RSGB Band Plan (effective from 1st January 2020)
The following band plan is largely based on that agreed at IARU Region 1 General Conferences with some local differences on
on frequencies above 430 MHz.
1.3 GHz (23cm) Necessary  UK Usage
1240.000-1240.500 2700Hz Alternative narrowband segment  - see Note 7   1240.00-1240.750 MHz
1240.500-1240.750   Alternative Propagation Beacon Segment
1240.750-1241.000 20kHz FM/DV Repeater Inputs
1241.000-1241.750 150 kHz DD High Speed Digital Data  - 5 x 150kHz channels
All modes   1241.075, 1241.225, 1241.375, 1241.525, 1241.675 MHz (+/- 75 kHz)
1241.750-1242.000 20kHz 25 kHz Channels available for FM/DV use
All modes   1241.775-1241.975 MHz 
1242.000-1249.000   TV Repeaters (Note 9)
ATV   New DATV repeater inputs (Note-10)
    Original ATV repeater inputs: 1248, 1249
1249.000-1249.250 20kHz FM/DV Repeater Outputs, 25kHz channels (Note 9)
    1249.025-1249.225 MHz
1250.00   In order to prevent interference to  Primary Users, caution
    must be exercised prior to using 1250-1290MHz in the UK
1,260.000-1,270.000   Amateur Satellite Service - Earth to Space uplinks only
1290.994-1291.481 20 kHz FM/DV Repeater Inputs (Note-5)
    1291.000-1291.375 MHz   (RM0-RM15) 25 kHz spacing
1291.494-1296.000   All Modes
All modes    
    Preferred narrowband segment
1296.000-1296.150 500 Hz 1296.000-1296.025 MHz Moonbounce
Telegraphy, MGM    
1296.150-1296.800 2700 Hz 1296.200 MHz   Narrow band centre of activity
Telegraphy, SSB   1296.400-1296.600 MHz   Linear transponder input
and MGM   1296.500 MHz   Image Mode Centre of Activity (SSTV, Fax etc)
(Note 1)   1296.600 MHz   Narrowband Data Centre of Activity (MGM, RTTY etc)
    1296.600-1296.700 MHz   Linear transponder output
    1296.741-1296.743 MHz   Personal Weak Signal MGM Beacons
    1296.750-1296.800 MHz   Local Beacons, 10W erp max
1296.800-1296.994   1296.800-1296.990 MHz   Propagation Beacons only
Beacons exclusive    
1296.994-1297.481 20 kHz FM/DV Repeater Outputs (Note-5)
    1297.000-1297.375 MHz (RM0-RM15) 
1297.494-1297.981 20 kHz FM/DV Simplex  (Note-5)(Note-6) 25 kHz spacing
    1297.500-1297.750 MHz (SM20-SM30)
FM/DV simplex   1297.725 MHz   Digital Voice (DV) Calling (IARU recommended)
(Notes 2, 5, 6)   1297.900-1297.975 MHz   FM Internet voice gateways (IARU common channels, 25kHz)
1298.000-1299.000 20 kHz All Modes
All modes   General mixed analogue or digital use in channels 
    1298.025-1298.975 MHz (RS1-RS39)
1299.000-1299.750 150 kHz DD High Speed Digital Data  - 5 x 150kHz channels
All modes   1299.075, 1299.225, 1299.375, 1299.525, 1299.675 MHz (+/- 75 kHz)
1299.750-1300.000 20 kHz 25 kHz Channels available for FM/DV use
All modes   1299.775-1299.975 MHz 
1300.000-1325.000   TV repeaters (UK only) (Note 9)
ATV   New DATV repeater outputs (Note-10)
    Original ATV repeater outputs: 1308.0, 1310.0, 1311.5, 1312.0, 1316.0, 1318.5 MHz
Note 1:  Local traffic using narrow band modes should operate between 1296.500-1296.800 MHz during contests and band openings.
Note 2:  Stations in countries that do not have access to 1298-1300 MHz may also use the FM simplex segment
                for digital communications.        
Note 5:  Embedded data traffic is allowed with digital voice (DV)  
Note 6:  Simplex use only - no DV gateways
Note 7:  1240.000-1240.750 has been designated by IARU as an alternative centre for narrowband activity and beacons
               Operations in this range should be on a flexible basis to enable coordinated activation of this alternate usage
Note 8:  The band 1240-1300MHz is subject to major replanning. Contact the Microwave Manager for further information
Note 9:  Repeaters and Migration to DATV, inc option for new DATV simplex are subject to further development and coordination 
Note-10:  QPSK 4 Mega-symbols/second maximum recommended 
LICENCE NOTES:   Amateur Service: Secondary User: 
                                  Amateur Satellite Service: 1,260-1,270 MHz: Secondary User Earth to Space only: 
                                  In the sub-band 1,298-1,300 MHz unattended operation is not allowed within 50km of SS206127 (Bude), 
                                  SE202577 (Harrogate), or in Northern Ireland.
Notes to the Band Plan
ITU-R Recommendation SM.328 (extract)
Necessary bandwidth: For a given class of emission, the width of the frequency band which is just sufficient to 
ensure the transmission of information at the rate and with the quality required under specified conditions.
The use of Amplitude Modulation (AM) is acceptable in the all modes segments but users are asked to consider
adjacent channel activity when selecting operating frequencies. 
Foundation and Intermediate Licence holders are advised to check their licences for the permitted power limits and 
conditions applicable to their class of licence.