11 Meter Global Frequencies


International Sidebanders Radio Organization



Posted by: Richard T Mindler, Jr.
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Our Frequency will be between 27.395 USB

  • 27.995 USB: Eastern Europe
  • 27.985 USB: Soviet Republic
  • 27.980 USB: Mongolia
  • 27.977 USB: Mongolia /China
  • 27.965 USB: Ukraine
  • 27.960 LSB: Gabon
  • 27.950 LSB: Belize
  • 27.920 USB: WW Members (Canada)
  • 27.920 LSB: Central America
  • 27.915 USB: KA Members ( Kuwait /Turkey/ Middle East)
  • 27.900 USB: Faroe Islands
  • 27.880 USB: Alaska
  • 27.865 USB: RN Group (Norway)
  • 27.855 USB: CF Group ( France)
  • 27.815 USB: WF Group ( Ireland)
  • 27.805 USB: WAC Group ( Holland)
  • 27.795 USB: Tanzania
  • 27.785 USB: Burundi
  • 27 765 USB: CT Members ( USA, Brazil & Canada)
  • 27.740 USB: Congo/Mayotte
  • 27.730 USB: Greenland
  • 27.715 USB: AG Group ( France )
  • 27.675 USB: Mail West Africa
  • 27.650 USB: Bulgaria
  • 27.580 USB: Knight Patrol ( USA & West Indies )
  • 27.555 USB: General Call Frequency ( Global )
  • 27.515 LSB: ( Caribbean area … 223 – 276 divisions etc )
  • 27.510 LSB: ( West Indies )
  • 27.495 USB: ( Very popular for small pacific island nations such as the Philippines, Kiribati’s, Marshall Islands, Guam, and Micronesia. In fact, you can almost guarantee a contact on this frequency if there is an opening into the OC region.)
    27.475 STAR City Radio Group
  • 27.475 USB : Norfolk Island
  • 27.455 USB: ( Mostly French speaking stations, lots of the former French Colonies call here when conditions are open to the African continent + South American Stations use this frequency also)
  • 27.430 USB: Africa ( 39 – 64 – 74 – 216 divisions etc )
  • 27.425 LSB: ( Hawaiian Island monitor )
    27.405 LSB ( Sidebanders of America ) USA
    27.395 USB ( International Sidebanders ) Global
  • 27.385 LSB: ( American Sideband Skip Channel )
  • 27.370 LSB ( WorldWide Sidebanders ) GLOBAL
  • 27.365 USB: South Pacific Islands ( Tonga etc. )
    27.365 LSB / 27.465 USB Radio DX International ( CANADA )
  • 27.355 LSB: ( New Zealand & Australia )
  • 27.335 USB: ( Christmas Island and Kiribati’s Monitor )
  • 27.275 USB: ( South African Call Frequency )
  • 27.265 USB: ( South Africa /Indian Ocean )
    27.155 LSB : ( The Official Australian Call Frequency )
    27.025 AM : Stations running excessive power levels on channel 6 at 27.025 AM are said to be participating in the Super Bowl.
    Runner up to channel 6 is channel 11 at 27.085 AM which is also dominated by high power skip shooters.
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  • 26 MHZ Frequencies ***
  • 26.030 USB: VLF Group, Canada
  • 26.260 LSB: NF Group ( Nordstrand Friendship , Oslo )
  • 26.270 USB: North Atlantic Net ( its no longer in use at this time, but will be active again in the future when time & conditions permit … in the meantime why not check out the old North Atlantic Net website ….. you might just be able to recognize some of the North Atlantic Net monitors 📷=)))))
  • 26.285 USB: General Call Frequency
  • 26.330 USB: Christchurch New Zealand Call Frequency
  • 26.355 LSB: New Zealand and small islands ie. 224, 130 divisions.
  • 26.400 USB: Cape Breton Island ( the guys around Big Pond & Sydney)
  • 26.425 USB: FF Group ( Polish Call Frequency )
  • 26.430 USB: Canadian Outlaws Group
  • 26.440 USB: Central Africa
  • 26.485 USB: PW Group ( Pendle Witches … UK , Canada , USA etc)
  • 26.505 USB: ( Hungarian Call Frequency, they answer to a certain whistle !!! … I was never into whistling on the radio, but there you go … I guess it takes all sorts )
  • 26.567 USB: HO Group ( Norway)
  • 26.635 USB: VN Group ( Holland)
  • 26.720 LSB: ( New Zealand )
    26.775 AM ( SouthEast Truckers USA )
  • 26.780 LSB: ( International Calling Frequency for packet radio 1200 baud )
  • 26.790 USB: Kuwait
  • 26.795 USB: Tanzania
  • 26.920 USB: Morocco
  • 26.938 USB: French Polynesia

Freeband 11 Meter Frequencies and Bands

While some export radios – sold as 10 meter radios – often cover frequencies above and below the 25.615-28.305 MHz range, that is the de facto “standard” export band alphanumeric plan. Generally the CB band is band “D” or the “mid band”. On 120-channel radios, coverage is generally limited to 26.515-27.855 MHz or 26.065-27.405 MHz, depending on the model. Modern Chinese export radios cover 25.615-30.105 MHz to include all of the 10 meter band and frequencies above it.

  • 25.615-26.055 MHz – Band A – often used by taxi cabs and trucking companies (AM mode in the Americas, AM or FM elsewhere)
  • 25.835 MHz AM – CB channel 19 “down three bands” – truckers are often heard here
  • 26.065-26.505 MHz – Band B – often used by taxi cabs, trucking companies and hunting clubs
  • 26.225 MHz USB – Latin American SSB activity
  • 26.285 MHz USB – 26 MHz international calling frequency (commonly used in Europe)
  • 26.285 MHz AM – CB channel 19 “down two bands” – truckers are often heard here
  • 26.305 MHz AM – truckers, often heard in North America during band openings
  • 26.385 MHz AM – truckers, taxis, etc.
  • 26.405 MHz AM – another commonly active frequency
  • 26.500 MHz LSB – Caribbean activity noted (also in USB mode – see 27.515 MHz LSB, 27.500 MHz USB and 27.500 MHz LSB)
  • 26.515-26.955 MHz – Band C – “low band” or “lowers” all sorts of users, AM in the Americas, AM, FM and SSB elsewhere
  • 26.515 MHz AM – active in southern USA
  • 26.555 MHz LSB – very active in Mexico and Central/South America (and Caribbean)
  • 26.565 MHz FM – Begin German 80 channel CB band to 27.405 MHz (FM only up to 26.955 MHz)
  • 26.585 MHz AM – Mexican trucker channel, often very busy
  • 26.605 MHz AM – alternate to 26.585 MHz (see also, 26.575 MHz, 26.595 MHz)
  • 26.705 MHz AM – Puerto Rico, Florida and other Caribbean AM stations, often extremely powerful
  • 26.715 MHz AM – alternate to 26.705 MHz
  • 26.725 MHz AM – alternate to 26.705 MHz and 26.715 MHz
  • 26.735 MHz AM – CB channel 19 “down one band” – truckers are often heard here (see also 27.635 MHz)
  • 26.755 MHz AM – Often active in southern USA + every 10 kHz to 26.955 MHz
  • 26.885 MHz AM – alternate to 26.915 MHz, others
  • 26.905 MHz AM – alternate to 26.915 MHz, others
  • 26.915 MHz AM – Big radios USA “915” channel 36 down one band, AM DX channel
  • 26.965-27.405 MHz – Band D – legal CB band – “mid band”, “FCC band” or “CEPT” band
  • 27.415-27.855 MHz – Band E – “high band” or “uppers”, mixture of SSB, AM and FM (FM rarely used in North or South America)
  • 27.410 MHz LSB – Often used for SSB in the USA, can suffer from interference or QRM from AM stations on 27.405 MHz (CB channel 40)
  • 27.415 MHz LSB – US calling/working frequencies (channels +5 kHz, 27.420 MHz, 27.425 MHz, 27.430 MHz, and so on, usually in LSB mode)
  • 27.455 MHz USB – Latin American calling frequency (see also 26.555 MHz LSB) – Spanish language
  • 27.505 MHz LSB – “Channel 50” – US freebanders
  • 27.515 MHz LSB – Jamaica and Caribbean calling/DX frequency “The Knight Patrol”
  • 27.555 MHz USB – international 11 meter DX calling frequency
  • 27.60125 MHz FM – begin UK FM 27/81 CB allocation, 10 kHz steps to 27.99125 MHz
  • 27.635 MHz USB – digital modes found here in Europe (ROS, PSK31), see also 27.235 MHz and 27.245 MHz
  • 27.635 MHz AM – CB channel 19 “up one band” – truckers are often heard here (see also 26.735 MHz, 28.085 MHz, 25.835 MHz, 26.285 MHz, etc)
  • 27.665 MHz USB – Spanish language common frequencies + 5 kHz USB/LSB to 27.705 MHz or higher
  • 27.700 MHz USB – international 11 meter SSTV frequency
  • 27.735 MHz USB – international 11 meter SSTV frequency (alternate, also digital SSTV)
  • 27.775 MHz AM – sometimes AM signals are heard on this frequency and higher during band openings, often taxi dispatchers, etc
  • 27.855 MHz AM – High band channel 40 – popular with trucking companies and taxi cabs
  • 27.855-28.305 MHz – Band F – up to 27.995 MHz (channel 11A) popular with taxicabs and truckers, although truckers are often heard above 28.000 MHz it is strongly advised that freebanders stay below 28 MHz

Most freeband operators use AM mode below CB channel 1 – the lower bands and SSB above CB channel 40 – the higher bands. There are several exceptions to this “gentleman’s rule” however.
Posted by Richard T. Mindler, Jr
https://www.facebook.com/RichardTMindlerJr/

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