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ham radio freq help

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i am trying to find a well used freq for ham radios in the callao area
For HF FM
29.300 MHz to 29.700 MHz

For UHF/VHF (Search with 5 kHz steps for best results)
50.000 - 51.500 USB/LSB
51.500 - 54.000 FM
144.050-144.600 USB/LSB
145.110-145.800 FM Repeaters & Single Channel
146.500-147.500 FM Repeaters & Single Channel
223.500-225.00 FM Repeaters
440.000-450.000 FM Repeaters & Single Channel

For HF Sideband voice LSB OR USB
3.800-4.000
7.150-7.300
14.150-14.350
21.200-21.450
28.300-28.700
 

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RARA callao local hams

I use to live in village before moving to college. There is a local Ham group, RARA that maintains repeaters on 147.330 in Heathsville and 146.835 in Kilmarnock. They have weekly nets on both of these repeaters. If you have a ham License these guys can give you all the help you need. They also dlo field day and other events throughout the year.
 
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