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    SOUTH AFRICAAUSTRALIACANADAIARU REGION 2NEW ZEALANDIARU REGION 3JAPANEUROPEUK BandplanIARU REGION 1USA
    International Amateur Radio HF Selcall Channels
    All types of HF Digital Selective Calling CCIR 493 or ITU-M R.493 DSC
    CH#
    NAME

    FREQ
    kHz
    SIDE
    BAND
    COMMON
    USE
    DESCRIPTION

    NET
    NAME
    HFS1A 1840.0 USB DATA
    VOICE
    International HFS
    HFS3A 3585.0USBDATA
    VOICE
    Australia Europe Pacific Africa Asia S.America (Voice+Data)
    International (Data)
    HFS
    HFS3B 3795.0USBVOICE
    International HFS
    HFS3C3845.0USBVOICENorth America
    HFS
    HFS5A *5403.5 USB VOICE
    International
    HFS
    HFS5B *5355.0
    USB
    VOICE
    International HFS
    HFS7A 7040.5
    USB DATA
    VOICE
    Europe (Data)
    Asia (Voice+Data)
    HFS
    HFS7B 7100.0USBVOICE
    DATA
    InternationalHFS
    HFS7C7195.0USBVOICE International HFS
    HFS10A 10136.5 USB DATA
     International
    Australia Pacific Africa Asia S.America (Voice+Data)

    HFS
    HFS10B10144.0USBDATA
    Europe (Data)
    North America (Data)

    HFS
    HFS14A 14094.0 USB DATA International  HFS
    HFS14B 14342.5USBVOICE
    International HFS
    HFS18A18104.0USBDATAInternationalHFS
    HFS18B 18157.5 USB VOICE International
    HFS
    HFS21A 21094.0 USB DATA
    International
    HFS
    HFS21B 21427.5 USB VOICE
    International HFS
    HFS24A
    24924.0 USB
    DATA
    International
    HFS
    HFS24B 24977.5 USB VOICE
    International HFS
    HFS28A 28144.5 USB DATA
    International HFS
    HFS28B28327.5USBVOICEInternational
    HFS
    HFS50A 50161.0 USB VOICE
    DATA
    Local
    HFS
    HFS144A 144161.0 USB VOICE
    DATA
    International
    Local
    HFS








    Note 1
    All Amateur Radio HF Selcall channels use "USB" Upper SideBand (including frequencies below 10MHz). USB conforms to International Standards for HF Selective Calling and enables interoperability. 
    Note 2
     
    This channel list is in everyday use in the Amateur Radio service, for normal voice or data communication internationally, regionally, and locally. Amateur Radio HF selcall channels are frequency coordinated internationally, and subject to the different rules, regulations, and bandplans of the region and local country of operation. It is the responsibility of every operator to maintain the highest standards for all transmissions. Some channels or modes in the list may not be available in every country. The HF spectrum is a shared resource, so there is no guarantee that a channel is clear in a local area or region. There are many channel frequencies; please select a different channel as needed whenever one is occupied.
    Note 3
     
    Amateur HF Selcall standards:
    1. System = CCIR 493-4 HF Selcall and Similar
    2. Address = 4-digit (6-digit may be used for interoperabilty with other services)
    3.
    Calling Dot Pattern transmission = 20 seconds ( or 6 seconds)
    4.
    Channel Scan rate: 1 channel per second when scanning 5 channels or less.
    5. Channel Scan rate: 2 ch/sec or faster when scanning 6 channels or more.
    6. Follow on Digital Modes Centre Audio Frequency = 1625Hz 

    7. VFO Calibration = Transceivers should be calibrated accurately +/- 20Hz
    Note 4 Amateur Radio Selcall Address Group Calls (Reserved Addresses x000)
    1.
    Address 3000 = Reserved for All Call Amateur Radio
    2. Address 3100 =
    Reserved for Group Call
    3. Address 3200 = Reserved for Group Call
    4. Address 3300 = Reserved for Group Call
    5. Address 3400 = Reserved for Group Call
    6. Address 3500 = Reserved for Group Call
    7. Address 3600 = Reserved for Group Call
    8. Address 3700 = Reserved for Group Call
    9. Address 3800 = Reserved for Group Call
    10. Address 3900 = Reserved for Group Call
    Note 5*
     
    *5MHz channel usage and frequencies may vary in different countries.
    Note 6
     
    HFLINK is an international resource: for radio operators using ALE Automatic Link Establishment and Selcall Selective Calling; for the  development of communications for organisations, Emergency / Disaster Relief networks; and for the development of ALE operating methods applicable to Amateur Radio Service. HFLINK is the Frequency and Address Coordination group for International Amateur Radio ALE and Selective Calling. 
    Note 7
    USA: Selcall is legal under FCC rules for amateur radio stations when used for selective calling with voice or image communications on the HF Phone Bands. Selcall is also legal under FCC rules for amateur radio stations when used for data communication in the HF Data BandsSee related information on FCC ALE Rules.
    Note 8
     
    HFS NET is the international common net for ham radio operators using HF Selcall.
    URL 
    This channel list is located on the internet at http://hflink.com/selcall/channels
    Update Version
     
    Effective on 09 MAR 2016 (09-03-2016), this list supersedes all previous channel lists.
    Info
     
    For more information about HF Selcall please see the website: http://hflink.com/selcall
    Version
     
    HFLINK2016A
             


    North America Amateur Radio HF Selcall Channel List
    HF Digital Selective Calling CCIR 493-4
    CH#
    NAME

    FREQ
    kHz
    SIDE
    BAND
    COMMON
    USE
    DESCRIPTION

    NET
    NAME
    HFS1A 1840.0 USB VOICE
    Normal Communications and
    Emergency/Disaster Relief
    HFS
    HFS3C3845.0USBVOICENormal Communications and
    Emergency/Disaster Relief
    HFS
    HFS5A5403.5USBVOICE
    Normal Communications and
    Emergency/Disaster Relief
    HFS
    HFS7C7195.0USBVOICE Normal Communications and
    Emergency/Disaster Relief
    HFS
    HFS10B10144.0USBDATA
    Normal Communications and
    Emergency/Disaster Relief
    HFS
    HFS14B 14342.5USBVOICE
    Normal Communications and
    International Emergency/Disaster Relief
    HFS
    HFS18B 18157.5 USB VOICE Normal Communications and
    International Emergency/Disaster Relief

    HFS
    HFS21B 21427.5 USB VOICE
    Normal Communications and
    International Emergency/Disaster Relief
    HFS
    HFS24B 24977.5 USB VOICE
    Normal Communications and
    International Emergency/Disaster Relief
    HFS
    HFS28B28327.5USBVOICENormal Communications and
    International Emergency/Disaster Relief

    HFS

    Note
    USA: Selcall is legal under FCC rules for amateur radio stations when used for selective calling with voice or image communications on the HF Phone Bands. Selcall is also legal under FCC rules for amateur radio stations when used for data communication in the HF Data BandsSee related information on FCC ALE Rules.


    Australia Amateur Radio HF Selcall Channel List
    HF Digital Selective Calling CCIR 493-4
    CH#
    NAME

    FREQ
    kHz
    SIDE
    BAND
    DESCRIPTION

    NET
    NAME
    HFS1A 1840.0 USB Normal Communications HFS
    HFS3A 3585.0USBNormal Communications
    HFS
    WICEN3 3600.0LSBWICEN 80m Net WICEN
    WICEN404 5102.0 USB WICEN Emergency Only - 404
    WICEN
    WICEN4055355.0USBWICEN Emergency Only - 405
    WICEN
    WICEN77075.0LSBWICEN 40m Net
    WICEN
    HFS7B 7100.0USBNormal Communications HFS
    WICEN1010115.0USBWICEN 30m Net
    WICEN
    HFS10A 10136.5 USB Normal Communications and
    International Emergency/Disaster Relief

    HFS
    HFS14B 14342.5USBNormal Communications and
    International Emergency/Disaster Relief
    HFS
    HFS18B 18157.5 USB Normal Communications and
    International Emergency/Disaster Relief

    HFS
    HFS21B 21427.5 USB Normal Communications and
    International Emergency/Disaster Relief
    HFS
    HFS24B 24977.5 USB Normal Communications and
    International Emergency/Disaster Relief
    HFS
    HFS28B28327.5USBNormal Communications and
    International Emergency/Disaster Relief

    HFS


































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