Gleitschirm Funkfrequenzen Weltweit

Gleitschirm Funkfrequenz Weltkarte




Argentina

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The official frequencies for paragliding and hang gliding allowed by
the national authority are:

VHF 143.850 MHz & 143.890 MHz

more information under http://servicios.infoleg.gob.ar/infolegInternet/anexos/240000-244999/241125/norma.htm

There are 3 other frequencies allowed for rescue, trekking and outdoor
activities:
CENTRAL FREQUENCY (MHz) (they are not of “explicit legal” use during
paragliding or hang gliding)

138.5100 MHz
139.9700 MHz
140.9700 MHz

Australia

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HGFA Channels (UHF)

The HGFA has purchased rights to use the UHF frequency 472.125 MHz. This frequency can be used “open” or be used as 4 different channels with squech tones (CTCSS, see picture for values).

hgfafreq

HGFA Frequencies Table

More information on the HGFA radio channels (PDF)

UHF Citizens Band

UHF 476.4125 – 477.4125 MHz

Max. TX Power 5W

There are 80 channels with a 12.5kHz steps. They can be further broken down using squelch tones.

More information on the UHF Citizen Band

Austria

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PMR446 is a licence free radio system providing 8 Hardware channels.

1 – 446.00625

2 – 446.01875

3 – 446.03125

4 – 446.04375

5 – 446.05625

6 – 446.06875

7 – 446.08125

8 – 446.09375

For every hardware channel there are several channels distinguished by DCS and CTCSS.

Most UHF radios are able to use this frequencies too, but might have to reduce TX Power as PMR446 uses max. 0.5W.

Bolivia

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VHF

Chile

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VHF

Colombia

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VHF 145.600MHz & 145.900MHz

Ecuador

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VHF 145.420MHz

France

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VHF 143.9875MHz is the security! frequency for all free flight sports. It’s the only VHF frequency that can be used without a licence.

PMR446 can be used.

Germany

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PMR446 is a licence free radio system providing 8 Hardware channels.

1 – 446.00625

2 – 446.01875

3 – 446.03125

4 – 446.04375

5 – 446.05625

6 – 446.06875

7 – 446.08125

8 – 446.09375

For every hardware channel there are several channels distigunished by DCS and CTCSS.

Most UHF radios are able to use this frequencies too, but might have to reduce TX Power as PMR446 uses max. 0.5W.

Greenland

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VHF 146.000MHz

Malaysia

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VHF 144MHz – 148MHz

At the moment pilots in Malaysia would need an amateur radio licence, but there are efforts to get some frequencies cleared for free flight use.

Portugal

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Slovenia

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VHF 147.800MHz

Spain

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A lot of paragliders in Spain are using VHF frequencies. The problem is that you would need a licence to use these frequencies and most pilots do not have such a licence.

Switzerland

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PMR446 is a licence free radio system providing 8 Hardware channels.

1 – 446.00625

2 – 446.01875

3 – 446.03125

4 – 446.04375

5 – 446.05625

6 – 446.06875

7 – 446.08125

8 – 446.09375

For every hardware channel there are several channels distigunished by DCS and CTCSS.

Most UHF radios are able to use this frequencies too, but might have to reduce TX Power as PMR446 uses max. 0.5W.

Taiwan

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VHF 150.690MHz

You would need an amateur radio licence, but most pilots do not have it.

USA

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VHF

On March 16, 2001 the Federal Communications Commission granted the United States Hang Gliding and Paragliding Association (USHPA), a radio station licence in the IB business radio service for an unlimited number of vehicular and portable units in specified quantities. The channels licensed for use by the USHPA are below.

158.400 MHz
151.505 MHz
151.625 MHz
151.925 MHz
151.955 MHz

There is a transmition power limit of up to 50 watts. The call sign issued to the USHGA was WPRY 420.

In order to transmit on these channels legally you must have either the (VA) or (PA) special skill signoff through USHPA or have an amateur radio licence. (source)

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