Minnesota 432-450 Mhz band plan

Minnesota Repeater Council

420.000 - 426.000  ATV Repeater Output  (shared with auxiliary links and experimental)
420.100 - 420.200  Auxiliary links, experimental
426.000 - 432.000  ATV Simplex (427.250 Video Carrier)
430.050 - 430.950  Digital Simplex (100 Khz channels)
431.025                  Digital Simplex (25 Khz channel)
432.000 - 432.070  EME
432.070 - 432.100  Weak Signal CW
432.100                  CW calling frequency
432.100 - 432.300  Mixed mode and weak signal
432.300 - 432.400  Propagation Beacons
432.400 - 433.000  Mixed mode and weak signal
433.000 - 435.000  Auxiliary links (25 Khz spacing)
435.000 - 438.00    Satellite
438.000 - 444.00    ATV repeater input
440.975                   Digital Simplex  (25 Khz wide channel)
441.000 - 441.075   Digital Simplex  (Four 25 Khz wide channels)
441.100 - 441.200   Digital full duplex (25 Khz spacing)
442.000 - 445.000   FM repeater outputs (25 Khz spacing)
445.000 - 447.000   Auxiliary links (12.5 Khz spacing)
446.000                   National FM Simplex frequency
446.025 - 446.200   Digital full duplex (25 Khz spacing)
447.000 - 450.000   FM repeater Inputs (25 Khz spacing)

Packet radio simplex (25 Khz bandwidth):
446.025, 446.050, 446.100, 446.125, 446.150, 446.175,  446.200

FM Simplex or remote base (12.5 Khz bandwidth):
446.000, 446.0125, 446.025, 445.975, 445.9875 (Minnesota use only)

Notes:
1. Repeater frequencies are coordinated by the Minnesota Repeater Council.
2. Duplex digital frequencies are coordinated by the Minnesota Repeater Council.
3. Minnesota Repeater Council follows the band plan published on  pp. 45-46 of the 1995-1996 ARRL Repeater  Directory.
4. Repeater or auxiliary stations are restricted from 431.000-433.000 Mhz and 435.000-438.000 Mhz (FCC rule 97.205 (b)).
5. Operation North of Line A on 420.000 to 430.000 MHz is not allowed in Minnesota.
6. Digital  operations  on simplex frequencies are not coordinated in Minnesota. FM voice repeater frequencies used by full duplex digital stations or digital stations operating on auxiliary link frequencies are coordinated by the Minnesota Repeater Council. Digital signals cannot
exceed 100 Khz bandwidth or 56K baud.
 7. Coded squelch is encouraged to protect stations on all paired and non-paired frequencies coordinated by the Minnesota Repeater Council.
 8. Due to the multiplicity of uses on 70 cm, it is important that "[e]ach station licensee and each control operator must cooperate in selecting transmitting channels and in making the most effective use of the amateur service frequencies.  No frequency will be assigned for the exclusive use of any station" (FCC rule 97.101(b)).

ARRL


420.000 -426.000 ATV repeater or simplex with 421.25 MHz video carrier control links and experimental
426.000 - 432.000 ATV simplex with 427.250-MHz video carrier frequency
432.000 - 432.070 EME (Earth-Moon-Earth)
432.070 - 432.100 Weak-signal CW
432.100                 70-cm calling frequency
432.100 - 432.300 Mixed-mode and weak-signal work
432.300 - 432.400 Propagation beacons
432.400 - 433.000 Mixed-mode and weak-signal work
433.000 - 435.000 Auxiliary/repeater links
435.000 - 438.000 Satellite only (internationally)
438.000 - 444.000 ATV repeater input with 439.250-MHz video carrier frequency and repeater links
442.000 - 445.000 Repeater inputs and outputs (local option)
445.000 -4 47.000 Shared by auxiliary and control links, repeaters and simplex (local option)
446.000             National simplex frequency
447.000 - 450.000 Repeater inputs and outputs (local option)