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Thailand Ham Frequency Allocations
« on: May 15, 2011, 08:54:48 AM »
I'm restarting this topic.  I can't read the jpg link from the last time this topic was in the forum.

The English version of the Thailand National Table of Frequency Allocations dated December 1999 has the following ham bands listed:

1.800 to 1.825 MHz  CW only
3.500 to 3.540 MHz  Phone is 3.525 to 3.540
7.000 to 7.100 MHz  Phone is 7.030 to 7.100
10.100 to 10.150 MHz  CW only
14.000 to 14.350 MHz  Phone is 14.100 to 14.350
18.068 to 18.168 MHz  Phone is 18.110 to 18.168
21.000 to 21.450 MHz  Phone is 21.125 to 21.450
24.890 to 24.990 MHz  Phone is 24.930 to 24.990
28.000 to 29.700 MHz  Phone is 28.3 to 29.3
144.0 to 146.0 MHz

I believe there should be an updated document.  Did they change anything? Are these currently correct?  Also, do I have the transmission modes correct?  

Larry
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Re: Thailand Ham Frequency Allocations
« Reply #1 on: May 16, 2011, 03:49:45 PM »
HI Larry,

well that's NOT all correct ...


HS HF \ VHF Bandplan

  • 160m    1.800 - 1.825 MHz CW
  • 80m       3.500 - 3.530 MHz   CW                                                         3.530 - 3.540 MHz   SSB
  • 40m       7.000 - 7.040 MHz   CW        7.040 - 7.060 MHz   Digimode         7.060 - 7.200 MHz   SSB
  • 30m      10.100 - 10.140 MHz CW      10.140 - 10.150 MHz   Digimode
  • 20m      14.000 - 14.070 MHz CW       14.070 - 14.100 MHz   Digimode     14.101 - 14.350 MHz   SSB
  • 17m      18.068 - 18.095 MHz CW      18.095 - 18.120 MHz Digimode        18.120 -18.168 MHz  SSB
  • 15m      21.000 - 21.070 MHz CW      21.070 - 21.150 MHz  Digimode       21.150 - 21.450 MHz  SSB
  • 12m      24.890 - 24.915 MHZ CW      24.915 - 24.931 MHZ Digimode       24.931 - 24.990 MHz SSB
  • 10m      28.000 - 28.070 MHz CW      28.070 - 28.190 MHz  Digimode       28.190 - 28.225 MHz Beacon - NO TX allowed!!  
               28.225 - 29.300 MHz Digimode  29.300 - 29.510 MHz Satellite downlink   29.320 - 29.520 MHz SSB 29.520 - 29.800 MHz SSB / FM
  • 2m      144.000 - 144.080 MHz CW            144.080 - 144.180 MHz EME           144.180 - 145.600 MHz SSB / FM  
              145.600 - 145.800 MHz Repeater     145.800 - 146.000 Satellite Up- \ Downlink
  • 70cm   435.000 - 438.000 - RX ONLY for satellite downlink
  • 438.000 - daylight - NOT allowed! ....   :(

NO transmission allowed wider then 6 KHz - that means also NO AM modulation allowed!


... hope that helps  ...


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Swen

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Re: Thailand Ham Frequency Allocations
« Reply #2 on: May 16, 2011, 08:57:16 PM »
Swen,

That helps a lot.  Where did you get the information?  I did a lot of searching just to get what I did, and it was apparently wrong.  Someone made a JPEG a while ago.  If it has the correct frequencies and modes, I would like to get a copy.

Larry
« Last Edit: May 19, 2011, 12:18:11 PM by HS0ZFZ »

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Re: Thailand Ham Frequency Allocations
« Reply #3 on: May 16, 2011, 09:44:30 PM »
Where is SSB for 10m?  Also, it AM allowed anywhere SSB is allowed?

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Re: Thailand Ham Frequency Allocations
« Reply #4 on: May 19, 2011, 12:21:07 PM »
well Larry,


NBTC is working on a new bandplan - HI! - for years ... this are info's from different scouces incl. NTC book releases mainly in thai but there is not an really nice looking english version available.

Hope I can make a nice one when the new bandplan is available!

GD DX!

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Swen


P.S. I updated the previous post (SSB)
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Re: Thailand Ham Frequency Allocations
« Reply #5 on: June 04, 2011, 04:43:47 AM »
28.000- 28.600 AM in Thailand seems to be for Fishing/Diving Boats.

They are using cb radios that go up there, so 10m is a complete waste of time in Phuket, especially if you live close to the sea.

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Re: Thailand Ham Frequency Allocations
« Reply #6 on: March 31, 2012, 08:08:18 AM »
A possible update on the Band Plan: I found this link 31 Mar 2012..... http://www.qsl.net/rast/text/HFbandplan.html