Amateur Radio Bands Plan
U.S.A. Amateur Band Plan
With your license comes operational privileges! So, to make sure you operate within your licensed spectrum, download the color-coded chart of the US ham radio bands and country codes and get started today!
Information current as of 2020
Amateur Radio Frequencies
Information about the US Amateur Bands is available on the Frequency Allocations page as well as the frequency bands chart.
Printing the band charts
Download and print PDF documents using Adobe Reader.
U.S.A. Amateur Grid Square Map
An invisible grid, based on 1° latitude by 2° longitude, encompasses the globe and is used for geographic location and identification during communications using your VHF and UHF radios. As HF operators collect QSL cards from around the world, VHF/UHF operators collect grid squares. Download the grid square map and mark up your QSOs!
Information current as of 2019.
Ham Radio Terms:
The amateur radio hobby has a language of its own and is not always easy to understand. For new and experienced operators alike, this glossary contains general definitions of typical amateur radio terms for reference on-the-go.
Information current as of 2011.
CQ DX Zones of the World
This is a double-sided world map showing the CQ DX Zones and the ITU Zones. Each map uses an Albers Equal Area projection. With color-coded regions and a list of country codes, this map serves as an illustrative tool to help you in any DX adventure!
Information current as of February 2013.