Listing of useful frequencies.

Discussion in 'On-Air Operations - Q&A' started by G0ILN, Nov 24, 2016.

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  1. G0ILN

    G0ILN Ham Member QRZ Page

    Is there a list of useful frequencies? a list that would have calling frequencies for specialist clubs , QRP, vintage , Forces , special interests etc. I would like a UK slant as I am UK amateur.
    many thanks.
    Richard G0ILN.
     
  2. N1EN

    N1EN Premium Subscriber QRZ Page


    Try this: https://thersgb.org/services/bandplans/html/rsgb_band_plan_june_2016.htm

    But remember that there is a big knob on your radio, and plenty to discover by using it.
     
  3. G0ILN

    G0ILN Ham Member QRZ Page

    Thanks for the reply. Maybe I asked the wrong question! I am OK with band plans
    What I am after is a list of where specialist groups meet. Say Fists 14.058 Mhz , G_QRP 14.060,Etc. I imagine some one has compiled a list?
    Richard
     
  4. K7TRF

    K7TRF Premium Subscriber QRZ Page

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  5. G0ILN

    G0ILN Ham Member QRZ Page

    Thanks a lot for the time you have spent compiling the list. It is not quite what I was after but the QRP frequencies are interesting.
    Often like a lot of hams ( I think!) I tune into a frequency say Fists ( because I am a Fists member) and get on with something else and wait for some one to call or I listen to the traffic. So having a list of interesting frequencies would be good. I can see I will have to compile my own list !
    Many thanks for your help.
    Richard
     
  6. K7MH

    K7MH Ham Member QRZ Page

    Sounds like net frequencies are what you are looking for. Google ham radio nets.
    http://www.n1yz.com/HFNET_LIST.HTM
    Some may no longer exist. Some you may not be able to hear.
    Mostly you happen across them while tuning around and remember them or write them down.
     
  7. WA3YAY

    WA3YAY Ham Member QRZ Page

  8. K8JD

    K8JD Ham Member QRZ Page

    Richard, G0ILN. Maybe you can tell US something.
    Many countries have a Standards Ministry, or whatever, that maintain a time and frequency standard radio station.
    Here in N america we can hear WWV on 2.5, 5, 10, 15 and 20 MHz And CHU in Canada on 3.33 ,7.85 and 14.67.
    What do you hear over there?
     
  9. K8JD

    K8JD Ham Member QRZ Page

    Do you belong to SKCC ?
    We like to meet on;
    1820, 3550, 5332, 7055, 7120, 10120, 14050, 14114, 18090, 21050, 24910, 28050.

     
  10. K8JD

    K8JD Ham Member QRZ Page

    I have a HUGE list of Aeronautical and Maritime HF SSB frequencies that I have actually heard traffic on.
    But that belongs on a SWL forum.
    ALSO, HUGE list of longwave beacons that I have heard and are STILL on the air, but they are all in north America where there are no LW Broadcast stations. I don't believe there any LW listener forums to go to :(

    Yes I love to make lists ! One of my sons bought me "a book of lists" for XMAS one year.
     
    Last edited: Dec 15, 2016

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