A popular landing spot for most new amateur radio operators is the two meter band. With the popularity of inexpensive handheld radios like this one, and the proliferation of two meter repeaters, it’s no wonder this is the new Technician’s first experience with ham radio. But the 2 meter band isn’t all voice and repeaters. Today we are going to talk about band plans, how they organize the two meter band, and what you can expect to find in between 144 and 148 Mhz.
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