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Jim Sexton 09-30-1999 08:00 PM

Marine Radios Overview - Side Bar
 
<HTML><table width="100%" border="0"> <tr> <td HEIGHT="13" COLSPAN="4"><B>U.S. VHF and SSB Channels</B></td> </tr> <tr> <td HEIGHT="2" WIDTH="11%">Channel</td> <td HEIGHT="2" WIDTH="17%">Transmit</td> <td HEIGHT="2" WIDTH="16%">Receive</td> <td HEIGHT="2" WIDTH="56%">Intended use</td> </tr> <tr> <td HEIGHT="3" COLSPAN="4"> <HR> </td> </tr> <tr> <td HEIGHT="36" WIDTH="11%">1A <BR> 5A <BR> 6 <BR> 7A <BR> 8 <BR> 9 <BR> 10 <BR> 11 <BR> 12 <BR> 13 <BR> 14 <BR> 15 <BR> 16 <BR> 17 <BR> 18A <BR> 19A <BR> 20 <BR> 20A <BR> 21A <BR> 22A <BR> 23A <BR> 24 <BR> 25 <BR> 26 <BR> 27 <BR> 28 <BR> 63A <BR> 65A <BR> 66A <BR> 67<BR> 68 <BR> 69<BR> 70<BR> 71<BR> 72<BR> 73<BR> 74<BR> 77<BR> 78A<BR> 79A<BR> 80A<BR> 81A<BR> 82A<BR> 83A<BR> 84<BR> 85<BR> 86<BR> 87<BR> 88<BR> 88A<BR> </td> <td HEIGHT="72" WIDTH="17%" valign="top">156.05 <BR> 156.25 <BR> 156.3<BR> 156.35 <BR> 156.4<BR> 156.45 <BR> 156.5 <BR> 156.55 <BR> 156.6 <BR> 156.65 <BR> 156.7 <BR> <BR> 156.8 <BR> 156.85 <BR> 156.9 <BR> 156.95 <BR> 157 <BR> 157 <BR> 157.05 <BR> 157.1 <BR> 157.15 <BR> 157.2 <BR> 157.25 <BR> 157.3<BR> 157.35<BR> 157.4<BR> 156.175 <BR> 156.275<BR> 156.325<BR> 156.375 <BR> 156.425 <BR> 156.475 <BR> 156.525 <BR> 156.575 <BR> 156.625 <BR> 156.675 <BR> 156.725<BR> 156.875 <BR> 156.925 <BR> 156.975 <BR> 157.025 <BR> 157.075<BR> 157.125<BR> 157.175 <BR> 157.225 <BR> 157.275 <BR> 157.325<BR> 157.375<BR> 157.425 <BR> 157.425 </td> <td HEIGHT="72" WIDTH="16%" valign="top">156.05<BR> 156.25 <BR> 156.3<BR> 156.35 <BR> 156.4<BR> 156.45 <BR> 156.5 <BR> 156.55 <BR> 156.6<BR> 156.65<BR> 156.7 <BR> 156.75<BR> 156.8 <BR> 156.85 <BR> 156.9 <BR> 156.95<BR> 161.6 <BR> 157 <BR> 157.05 <BR> 157.1 <BR> 157.15 <BR> 161.8 <BR> 161.85 <BR> 161.9<BR> 161.65<BR> 162<BR> 156.175<BR> 156.275<BR> 156.325 <BR> 156.375 <BR> 156.425<BR> 156.475<BR> 156.525 <BR> 156.575<BR> 156.625<BR> 156.675<BR> 156.725 <BR> 156.875 <BR> 156.925 <BR> 156.975<BR> 157.025<BR> 157.075 <BR> 157.125<BR> 157.175<BR> 161.825 <BR> 161.875 <BR> 161.925<BR> 161.975<BR> 162.025 <BR> 157.425 </td> <td HEIGHT="72" WIDTH="56%" valign="top" ROWSPAN="2"> <P>Port operations and commercial <BR> Port ops USCG VTS in Seattle<BR> Intership safety only <BR> Commercial working ch.<BR> Comercl. intership only <BR> Boater calling, comercl. & non- comercl. <BR> Comercl. working ch <BR> Commercial, VTS in selected areas<BR> Port operations. VTS in selected areas<BR> Intership navigation safety (bridge to bridge)<BR> Port operations VTS in selected areas Environmental (rcv. only); Class C Epirbs Distress, safety, & calling. listening watch<BR> State control <BR> Commercial <BR> Commercial <BR> Port operations (duplex) <BR> Port operations <BR> U.S. Coast Guard only <BR> USCG liaison & maritime safety info <BR> U.S. Coast Guard only <BR> Public use (marine operator) <BR> Public use (marine operator) <BR> Public use (marine operator)<BR> Public use (marine operator) <BR> Public use (marine operator)<BR> Port operations & commercial<BR> Port operations <BR> Port operations <BR> Comercl intership only <BR> Non-commercial<BR> Non-commercial<BR> Digital selective calling only<BR> Non-commercial <BR> Non-commercial (intership only)<BR> Port operations<BR> Port operations <BR> Port operations (intership only)<BR> Non-commercial<BR> Commercial <BR> Commercial <BR> U.S. Government only. EPA ops<BR> U.S. Government only <BR> U.S. Coast Guard only <BR> Public use (marine operator) <BR> Public use (marine operator) <BR> Public use (marine operator)<BR> Public use (marine operator) <BR> Public use only near Canadian border Commercial intership only </P> </td> </tr> <tr> <td HEIGHT="2" WIDTH="11%" COLSPAN="3">Note: VTS (Vessel Traffic Services) </td> </tr> </table> <BR> <BR> <TABLE WIDTH="100%" BORDER="0"> <TR> <TD COLSPAN="2"><B>Single Sideband Radio</B></TD> </TR> <TR> <TD WIDTH="44%" HEIGHT="10">Frequency</TD> <TD WIDTH="56%" HEIGHT="10">Intended Use</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD COLSPAN="2" HEIGHT="5"> <HR> </TD> </TR> <TR> <TD WIDTH="44%" HEIGHT="243">2182 kHz<BR> 2670 kHz<BR> 4125 kHz <BR> 6215 kHz <BR> 8291 kHz <BR> 12290 kHz <BR> 16420 kHz <BR> 2.5 MHz <BR> 5.0 MHz <BR> 10.0 MHz <BR> 15.0 MHz <BR> 20.0 MHz <BR> 3330 kHz <BR> 7335 kHz <BR> 14670 kHz </TD> <TD WIDTH="56%" HEIGHT="243">International hailing & distress<BR> USCG Safety, NTM's, & WX<BR> Primary HF distress & safety<BR> Primary HF distress & safety<BR> Primary HF distress & safety<BR> Primary HF distress & safety<BR> Primary HF distress & safety <BR> WWV & WWVH U.S. time signal<BR> WWV & WWVH U.S. time signal<BR> WWV & WWVH U.S .time signal<BR> WWV & WWVH U.S .time signal<BR> WWV & WWVH U.S .time signal<BR> CHU Ottawa Canadian time signal<BR> CHU Ottawa Canadian time signal<BR> CHU Ottawa Canadian time signal </TD> </TR> <TR> <TD WIDTH="100%" COLSPAN="2">Note: Refer to DMA Pub. 117, Radio Navigation Aids for a complete listing</TD> </TR> </TABLE> <BR><table border="0" width="100%" height="175"> <tr> <td colspan="4"><b>HF Frequency Selection Guide</b></td> </tr> <tr> <td width="69">Local Time </td> <td width="166">200-750NM </td> <td width="140">over 1500NM </td> <td width="100"> 6-11 Mhz </td> </tr> <tr> <td height="9" colspan="4"> <hr> </td> </tr> <tr> <td width="69">0 <br> 400<br> 800 <br> 1200 <br> 1600 <br> 2000 </td> <td width="166"> 3-5 MHz <br> 3-5 MHz <br> 3-7 MHz <br> 4-7 MHz <br> 4-7 MHz <br> 3-7 MHz </td> <td width="140">6-9 MHz <br> 4-7 MHz <br> 6-11 MHz<br> 8-13 MHz <br> 8-13 MHz<br> 6-11 MHz </td> <td width="100">6-9 MHz <br> 11-22 MHz<br> 13-22 MHz <br> 13-22 MHz <br> 11-22 MHz </td> </tr> <tr> <td width="460" height="2" colspan="4">Note: This table is very simplified and doesn't take into consideration seasons of the year or sunspot activity and their cycles. If you can hear traffic from a calling station clearly, you should be able to transmit to them successfully on that same channel. </td> </tr></table><!--<p> must precede this sidebar table COLOR,ARTICLE ID, HEAD CHANGES --><p><table border="0" align="right"><tr><td width="8"></td><td><table width="180" border="0" cellpadding="2" bgcolor="#2856d0" cellspacing="0"><tr> <td><table cellpadding="5" cellspacing="0" border="0" bgcolor="white" width="178"><tr><td><a HREF="https://www.sailnet.com/forums/showthread.php?threadid=20922" class="sidebar">Return to Article</a></td></tr></table></td></tr></table></td></tr></table><!--first line of text starts immediately after this table--></HTML>


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