VHF/UHF/SHF Information

Squares Table

This table shows the number of Maidenhead locator squares (e.g. IO63, IN88) worked by EI operators.  Contacts via repeaters or satellites do not count, and no QSLs are required.  Please send updates to the VHF Manager


2016 table : updated 9 Jan 2017

Callsign50 MHz70 MHz144 MHz432 MHz1296 MHz2300 MHz10 GhzTotals
EI3GYB1643595000213
EI9JS66157720097
EI7MRE3540000039
EI3IX3415643136
EI4CP2600000026

2015 table : updated 6 Jan 2016

Callsign50 MHz70 MHz144 MHz432 MHz1296 MHz10 GhzTotals
EI4DQ463121137000721
EI3GYB1615713200233
EI2KK143019000162
EI9E33214829130144

2014 table : updated 5 Jan 2015

Callsign50 MHz70 MHz144 MHz432 MHz1296 MHz10 GhzTotals
EI4DQ391111149000651
EI3GYB182519300245
EI7BMB18700000187
EI9FVB10900000109
EI9JS391500045
EI3IX22912218

EI VHF Beacons

EI0SIX transmits on 50.052 MHz with a maximum power of 20W from locator IO63VE

EI4RF transmits on 70.130 MHz with a maximum power of 25W from locator IO63VE

Band Plan

See the VHF/UHF Band Plan (IARU Region 1)

Links

Some interesting sites with VHF/UHF/SHF material ...
Four metres Web Site Everything you need to know about 70 MHz
UK Six Metre Group Dedicated to encouraging amateur radio operation on 50 MHz around the World
ON4KST Web Pages Including low band, VHF, UHF and microwave chats (Used for JT6M, EME Skeds)
DUBUS magazine A magazine no serious VHF or microwave enthusiast should be without
50 MHz Beacons Updated Worldwide List of 50 MHz Beacons
70 MHz Beacons Beacon List on The Four Metres web site
VHF DXpeditions Make More Miles on VHF
Tropospheric Ducting Forecasts 6 day Tropospheric Forecasts of VHF, UHF & microwave radio & TV signal strength & interference
VHF/UHF/SHF/EHF DX records IARU Region 1 VHF/UHF/SHF/EHF DX records
Amateur Radio Propagation Studies Phenomena in the radio world above 50 MHz and the effect of these on terrestrial radiowave propagation

Links updated on 10 August 2015

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