Band plan Netherlands - 1 september 2003

Below you'll see an overview of all frequencies allocated to radio amateur operators in the Netherlands. This should be fairly compatible with Region I (Europe, Africa, Asian part of Russia and Mongolia).

Licence Max Power
(W PEP)
Frequency
(Mhz)
Status Remarks
A/C 400 0.1357 - 0.1378 Secondary A1A only
A/C 400 1.81 - 1.85 Primary  
A/C 400 1.85 - 1.88 Seconday  
A/C 400 3.5 - 3.8 Primary  
A/C 400 7.0 - 7.1 Primary  
A/C 400 10.1 - 10.15 Secondary A1A, F1A, G1A, J2A only. No contests
A/C 400 14.0 - 14.35 Primary  
A/C 400 18.068 - 18.168 Primary  
A/C 400 21.0 - 21.45 Primary  
A/C 400 24.89 - 24.99 Primary  
A/C 400 28.0 - 29.7 Primary  
         
A/C 120 50.0 - 50.45 Secondary A1A and J3E only
A/C 400 144.0 - 146.0 Primary  
A/C 400 430.0 - 436.0 Primary  
A/C 400 436.0 - 440.0 Secondary  
A/C 120 1240.0 - 1300.0 Secondary  
A/C 120 2320.0 - 2450.0 Secondary  
A/C 120 3400.0 - 3410.0 Secondary  
A/C 120 5650.0 - 5850.0 Secondary  
A/C 120 10000.0 - 10500.0 Secondary  
A/C 120 24000.0 - 24050.0 Primary  
A/C 120 24050.0 - 25250.0 Secondary  
A/C 120 47000.0 - 47200.0 Primary  
A/C 120 75500.0 - 76000.0 Primary Valid untill 2006
A/C 120 76000.0 - 77500.0 Secondary  
A/C 120 77500.0 - 78000.0 Primary  
A/C 120 78000.0 - 81500.0 Secondary  
A/C 120 122250.0 - 123000.0 Secondary  
A/C 120 134000.0 - 136000.0 Primary  
A/C 120 136000.0 - 141000.0 Secondary  
A/C 120 241000.0 - 248000.0 Secondary  
A/C 120 248000.0 - 250000.0 Primary  
         
N 25 144.0 - 146.0 Primary  
N 25 430.0 - 436.0 Primary  
N 25 436.0 - 440.0 Secondary