RaDAR – Calling frequencies

Local and International RaDAR calling frequencies
160m kHz   Info Channel
CW 1836  * South Africa 1
SSB 1845  * LSB S.A. / USB HF-Pack 2 / 3
80m kHz   Info Channel
CW 3559 HF-Pack 4
CW 3560  * South Africa 5
SSB 3690  * South Africa 6
SSB 3791 USB HF-Pack 7
40m kHz   Info Channel
CW 7029.5 HF-Pack 8
CW 7030  * South Africa 9
SSB 7090  * South Africa 10
SSB 7185.5 USB HF-Pack 11
20m kHz    Info Channel
CW 14059 HF-Pack 12
CW 14080  * South Africa 13
SSB 14240  * South Africa 14
SSB 14342.5 USB HF-Pack 15
CW 14343 USB HF-Pack (Cross mode) 16
SSB 14346 USB HF-Pack (QSY) 17
15m kHz    Info Channel
CW 21080  * South Africa 18
SSB 21350  * South Africa 19
SSB 21437.5 USB HF-Pack 20
CW 21438 USB HF-Pack (Cross mode) 21
10m kHz   Info Channel
CW 28060  * South Africa 22
SSB 28312.5 USB HF-Pack (QSY) 23
SSB 28327.5 USB HF-Pack 24
CW 28328 USB HF-Pack (Cross mode) 25
SSB 28360  * South Africa 26

8 thoughts on “RaDAR – Calling frequencies

  1. Eddie,

    On looking at the calling list the SSB frequencies are a long way apart in some cases. Some antennas will not cover the bandwidth for both SA and HF Pack, without retuning? I think it wise to use other than HF Pack freqs?

    73,

    Jack VK4JRC

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