Tuesday 24th of October 2017
Wolverhampton Amateur Radio Society
Founded in 1922 | Call sign G8TA

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Regional Winner

COTY Regional winner

Wolverhampton Amateur Radio Society winner of the RSGB West Midlands Regional club of the year 2012 and 2013.
2012 was a fantastic year for Wolverhampton ARS, a year of rejuvenation as well as our 90th Birthday. We have seen a steady growth in our membership and with a full program of events we have become more active than in recent years and went on to win the Regional award for 2013.
The West Midlands Trophy is sponsored by web hosting solutions at www.intermip.net

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The Radio Society of Great Britain (RSGB) is the UK's national membership organisation for amateur radio enthusiasts. For more information on the RSGB [click here]

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VHF / UHF Band Plans

The 70cm / 430 MHz IARU Region 1 Bandplan

6m | 4m | 2m | 70cm | 23cm | HF

430MHz (70cm) Necessary Bandwidth UK Usage
430.0000-431.9810 20 kHz 430.0125-430.0750 MHz Internet voice gateways (12.5 kHz channels)
430.1625-430.1875 MHz Experimental MPT1327 Base TX Ch 1-3 (12.5 kHz channels)
430.4000-430.5750
430.6000-430.9250 430.8000 MHz RAYNET 7.6 MHz talkthrough - mobile TX
430.8250-430.9750 MHz RU66-RU78 7.6 MHz split repeaters - outputs
See licence exclusion note; 431-432 MHz
430.9900-431.9000 MHz Digital Communications
431.0750-431.1750 MHz Internet voice gateway (6 dBW max)(12.5 kHz channels)
432.0000-432.1000 500 Hz 432.0000-432.0250 MHz Moonbounce (EME)
432.0500 MHz Telegraphy centre of activity
432.0880 MHz PSK31 centre of activity
432.1000-432.4000 2700 Hz 432.2000 MHz SSB centre of activity
432.3500 MHz Microwave talkback calling frequency (Europe)
432.3700 MHz FSK441 calling frequency
432.4000-432.5000 500 Hz Propagation Beacons only
432.5000-432.9940 25 kHz 432.5000 MHz Narrow band SSTV activity centre
432.5000-432.6000 MHz IARU Region 1 linear transponder inputs
432.6000 MHz RTTY (ASK/PSK) activity centre
432.6000-432.8000 MHz IARU Region 1 linear transponder outputs
432.6250-432.6750 MHz Digital communications (25 kHz channels)
432.7000 MHz Fax activity centre
432.7750 MHz RAYNET 1.6 MHz Talkthrough - base TX
432.8000-432.9900 MHz UK Beacons
432.9940-433.3810 25 kHz 433.0000-433.3750 MHz (RB0-RB15) RU240-RU270
FM/DV repeater outputs (25 kHz channels) in UK only
433.3940-433.5810 25 kHz 433.4000 MHz U272; IARU Region 1 SSTV (FM/AFSK)
433.4250 MHz U274
433.4500 MHz U276
433.4750 MHz U278
433.5000 MHz U280 FM Calling channel
433.5250 MHz U282
433.5500 MHz U284 Used for Rally/Exhibition talk-in
433.5750 MHz U286
433.6000-434.0000 25 kHz 433.6000 MHz U288 RTTY AFSK
433.6250-6750 MHz Digital communications (25 kHz channels)
433.7000 MHz Can be used by RAYNET
433.7250-433.7750 MHz Can be used by RAYNET
433.8000-434.2500 MHz Digital communications
434.000-434.5940 25 kHz 433.9500-434.0500 MHz 25 kHz Internet voice gateway channels
434.0625-434.0875 MHz Experimental MPT1327 Mobile TX Ch 1-3 (12.5 kHz channels)
434.3750 MHz RAYNET 1.6 MHz Talkthrough - mobile TX
434.4750-434.5250 MHz Internet voice gateway (25 kHz channels)
434.5940-434.9810 25 kHz 434.6000-434.9750 MHz (RB0-RB15) RU240-RU270
FM/DV repeater inputs (25 kHz channels) in UK only.
435.0000-438.0000 20 kHz Satellites and fast scan TV
438.0000-440.0000 25 kHz 438.0250-438.1750 MHz IARU Region 1 Digital communications
438.4000 MHz RAYNET 7.6 MHz talkthrough - base TX
438.4250-438.5750 MHz RU66-RU78 7.6MHz split repeaters - inputs
438.6125 MHz UK DV calling
439.6000-440.0000 MHz Digital communications

6m | 4m | 2m | 70cm | 23cm | HF