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THE NEW NOVICE,TECHNICIAN AND TEHNICIAN PLUS HAM LICENSE FREQUENCY AND BAND PRIVILAGES!


Novice, Technicians and Technician Plus license holders now get 4 more bands on HF that they did not have before the new rule changes in February, 2007 plus the ability to transmit voice (SSB) on a portion of 10 meters!

To elliminate any confusion, the information below is fact!
No guesswork involved.
If if is not listed below,
YOU DO NOT HAVE ANY OTHER PRIVILEGE EXCEPT WHAT IS IN Part 97!
Technicians have no phone privileges on any HF band other than 10 meters. 
Period!

That's the bottom line.
If you want to operate phone OR any other mode other than CW on the other HF bands, a General, Advanced or Extra Class license is required!
You still have FULL privileges on 6 meters and the higher frequency ham bands!

EFFECTIVE NOW

80 METERS 3525-3600 kHz CW only

40 METERS 7025-7125 kHz CW only

15 METERS 21,025-21,200 kHz CW only

10 METERS:
28,000-28,300 kHz CW, RTTY and DATA
28,300-28,500 kHz CW, SSB (VOICE)
(It is suggested you keep CW on the CW portion below the voice portion.)

The power limit is 200 W PEP output on any of the above bands. Period!
(Use only enough power to establish and maintian communications.)

Although every attempt has been made to insure accuracy of this information, it should not be considered an official source of this information.
Check the FCC Rules Part 97 site for more SPECIFIC information and latest updates as the official source! This webpage is NOT an official source!

Remember, YOU are responsible for knowing Part 97.
Don't listen to rumors.

More Information on HF Operating for Newbies!






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