UK Band Plan 6m

6M / 50MHz
This band is given to us between 50 Mhz to 51 Mhz as primary user and 51 Mhz to 52 Mhz as secondary status, the latter imposes a power limit of 100W (20dBW)

Frequencies of Particular Interest
51.510 Mhz – FM Calling

50.000 Mhz to 50.100 Mhz @ 500 Hz
Telegraphy Only (except for the Beacon Project)
50.050 Mhz – Future International Centre of Activity
50.090 Mhz – Intercontinental DX Centre of Activity

50.100 Mhz to 50.200 Mhz @ 2.7 kHz
SSB/Telegraphy – International Preferred
50.100 Mhz to 50.130 Mhz – Intercontinental DX Telegraphy and SSB
50.110 Mhz – Intercontinental DX Centre of Activity
50.130 Mhz to 50.200 Mhz – General International Telegraphy and SSB
50.150 Mhz – International Centre of Activity

50.200 Mhz to 50.300 Mhz @ 2.7 kHz
SSB/Telegraphy – General Usage
50.285 Mhz – Crossband Centre of Activity

50.300 Mhz to 50.400 Mhz @ 2.7 kHz
MGM/Narrowband/Telegraphy
50.305 Mhz – PSK Centre of Activity
50.310 Mhz to 50.320 Mhz – EME
50.320 Mhz to 50.380 Mhz – MS

50.400 Mhz to 50.500 Mhz
Propagation Beacons Only

50.500 Mhz to 52.000 Mhz @ 12.5 kHz
All Modes
50.510 Mhz – SSTV
50.520 Mhz – Internet Voice Gateway
50.530 Mhz – Internet Voice Gateway
50.540 Mhz – Internet Voice Gateway
50.550 Mhz – Image/Fax working frequency
50.620 Mhz to 50.750 Mhz – Digital Communications
50.630 Mhz – Digital Voice Calling
50.710 Mhz to 50.890 Mhz – FM/DV Repeater Outputs (10 kHz spacing)
51.210 Mhz to 51.390 Mhz – FM/DV Repeater Inputs (10 kHz spacing)
51.410 Mhz to 51.590 Mhz – FM /DV Simplex
51.510 Mhz – FM Calling
51.530 Mhz – GB2RS news and slow morse
51.650 Mhz to 51.750 Mhz – Emergency Communications & Special Events
51.770 Mhz to 51.790 Mhz – Emergency Communications & Special Events
51.810 Mhz to 51.990 Mhz – FM/DV Repeater Outputs