The RAC Band Planning Committee has released an updated band plan for all LF and HF (0-30 MHz) amateur allocations. This includes the new LF bands at 2200m and 600m, the 60m USB channels, and changes to reflect current best practice on other bands.
The updated band plan represents the RAC Band Planning Committee’s year-long review of all LF and HF allocations. It is intended to be a quick reference guide summarizing all bands on a single page. Special thanks go to Vince d’Eon, VE6LK, for designing the graphic and enduring many revisions.
The RAC 0 – 30 MHz Band Plan is available for viewing on the RAC web site: http://wp.rac.ca/rac-0-30-mhz-band-plan/or by navigating through the “How to Start?” tab on the RAC home page. A downloadable PDF file is available by clicking the image.
Comments and suggestions are welcome. Please use the comment form http://wp.rac.ca/executives/ and select International Affairs Officer. Comments will be acknowledged and forwarded to the full RAC Band Planning Committee for consideration as future updates.
George Gorsline VE3YV
International Affairs Officer