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Japan Expands 160 and 80 Meter Privileges

Effective on 21 April 2020, Japanese amateurs can operate in expanded frequency segments on 160m and 80m bands as described below.

160m band

1,800 — 1,810 kHz All Modes (New segment)

1,810 — 1,825 kHz CW (Existing segment)

1,825 — 1,875 kHz All Modes (New segment)

1,907.5 — 1912.5 kHz CW, NB Data (Existing segment)

80m band

3,500 — 3,520 kHz CW (Existing segment)

3,520 ‑3,535 kHz CW, NB Data (Existing segment)

3,535 — 3,575 kHz CW, NB Phone/Image (Existing segment)

(NB Data allowed for International communication)

3,575 — 3,580 kHz All Modes (New segment)

3,599 — 3,612 kHz CW, NB Phone/Image/Data (Existing segment)

3,662 — 3,680 kHz CW, NB Phone/Image (New segment)

3,680 — 3,687 kHz CW, NB Phone/Image (Existing segment)

3,702 – 3,716 kHz CW, NB Phone/Image (Existing segment)

3,745 — 3,770 kHz CW, NB Phone/Image (Existing segment)

3,791 — 3,805 kHz CW, NB Phone/Image (Existing segment)

73 de JARL (Japan Amateur Radio League)

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