A charitable entity (No. 555) pursuant to a Ministry of Finance announcement


Links to resources

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Radio Amateur Society of Thailand's website in Thai

A history of amateur radio in Thailand

Policy and Regulations of the Radio Amateur Society of Thailand

Thailand VHF band plan

IARU R3 bandplan (Ms Word doc file)

Importing an HF rig? Here is a list of the Thai PTD's type-approved equipment

Application form to join RAST
(PDF format) Right click this link and select "save link as" to download

Application form to become a member of RAST that you can fill in online.
Enter your data and then click "Submit by Email" or "Print Form"

How to make payments to RAST

Amateur radio licensing in Thailand
(with details of how to apply for a bilateral reciprocal licence)

Thai hams can operate in the United States without any need to apply for permission

Formation of the Society

Call area map

Thai calls

How Thai hams helped out after the tsunami

RAST archives

New Year Party, January 2014

October, November and December 2013

September 2013

June, July and August 2013

April and May, 2013

March 2013 AGM meeting

New Year Party, January 2013

November and December 2012

September and October 2012

April to August 2012

February and March 2012

September 2011 to January 2012, including the 2012 New Year party

June 2011 to September 2011

February to June 2011

October 2010 to January 2011, including the 2011 New Year Party

May 2010 to September 2010

August-December 2009

July 2008-July 2009

January 2007-April 2008

June 2006-January 2007

April 2006-May 2006

January 2005-February 2006

Useful links

The Office of The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (in Thai)

The International Amateur Radio Union (IARU)

IARU Region 3

American Radio Relay League (ARRL)

Radio Society of Great Britain (RSGB)

Japan Amateur Radio League (JARL) in English

QRZ.com callsign search and information

Propagation

DX summit

DX cluster - nice and customisable

Ham Radio Deluxe DX Cluster Analysis

CQ ZONE MAP

NG3K Amateur Radio Contest/DX Page

WORLD WIDE HAM AND DX LINKS Compiled By AC6V

OH1NOA's ham radio links

DX World's links

K4MG Barry Rimmer Ham Radio Links

VK2CA's radio links

"Antenna Array," an applet to display antenna radiation by Karl L. Barrus

Web sites of hams in Thailand

100 Watts Magazine

Sheridon Street, HS0ZEE

Champ Muangamphun, E21EIC

HS5AL club station in Lamphun



 

The VHF band plan in Thailand


144.0000 - 144.0625 MHz   (Earth-Moon-Earth: EME)

144.0750 - 145.0125 MHz  and  145.1250 - 145.4875 MHz  Simplex Channels 12.5 KHz spacing

Channel Number,Frequency, Assignment

 

 

Channel  Number

Frequency

MHz

Purpose

1

144.0750

Simplex Channel

2

144.0875

Simplex Channel

3

144.1000

Simplex Channel

4

144.1125

Simplex Channel

5

144.1250

Simplex Channel

6

144.1375

Simplex Channel

7

144.1500

Simplex Channel

8

144.1625

Simplex Channel

9

144.1750

Simplex Channel

10

144.1875

Simplex Channel

11

144.2000

Simplex Channel

12

144.2125

Simplex Channel

13

144.2250

Simplex Channel

14

144.2375

Simplex Channel

15

144.2500

Simplex Channel

16

144.2625

Simplex Channel

17

1.44.2750

Simplex Channel

18

144.2875

Simplex Channel

19

144.3000

Simplex Channel

20

144.3125

Simplex Channel

21

144.3250

Simplex Channel

22

144.3375

Simplex Channel

23

144.3500

Simplex Channel

24

144.3625

Simplex Channel

25

144.3750

Simplex Channel

26

144.3875

Simplex Channel

27

144.4000

Simplex Channel

28

144.4125

Simplex Channel

29

144.4250

Simplex Channel

30

144.4375

Simplex Channel

31

144.4500

Simplex Channel

32

144.4625

Simplex Channel

33

144.4750

Simplex Channel

34

144.4875

Simplex Channel

35

144.5000

Simplex Channel

36

144.5125

Simplex Channel

37

144.5250

Simplex Channel

38

144.5375

Simplex Channel

39

144.5500

Simplex Channel

40

144.5625

Simplex Channel

41

144.5750

Simplex Channel

42

144.5875

Simplex Channel

43

144.6000

Simplex Channel

44

144.6125

Simplex Channel

45

144.6250

Simplex Channel

46

144.6375

Simplex Channel

47

144.6500

Simplex Channel

48

144.6625

Simplex Channel

49

144.6750

Simplex Channel

50

144.6875

Simplex Channel

51

144.7000

Simplex Channel

52

144.7125

Simplex Channel

53

144.7250

Simplex Channel

54

144.7375

Simplex Channel

55

144.7500

Simplex Channel

56

144.7625

Simplex Channel

57

144.7750

Simplex Channel

58

144.7875

Simplex Channel

59

144.8000

Simplex Channel

60

144.8125

Simplex Channel

61

144.8250

Simplex Channel

62

144.8375

Simplex Channel

63

144.8500

Simplex Channel

64

144.8625

Simplex Channel

65

144.8750

Simplex Channel

66

144.8875

Simplex Channel

67

144.9000

(GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENT AND CALLING)

68

144.9125

Simplex Channel

69

144.9250

Simplex Channel

70

144.9375

RAST Net Frequency

71

144.9500

Simplex Channel

72

144.9625

Simplex Channel

73

144.9750

Simplex Channel

74

144.9875

Simplex Channel

75

145.0000

(EMERGENCY, DISTRESS CHANNEL)

76

145.0125

Simplex Channel

77

145.1250

Simplex Channel

78

145.1375

Simplex Channel

79

145.1500

Simplex Channel

80

145.1625

Simplex Channel

81

145.1750

Simplex Channel

82

145.1875

Simplex Channel

83

145.2000

Simplex Channel

84

145.2125

Simplex Channel

85

145.2250

Simplex Channel

86

145.2375

Simplex Channel

87

145.2500

Simplex Channel

88

145.2625

Simplex Channel

89

145.2750

Simplex Channel

90

145.2875

Simplex Channel

91

145.3000

Simplex Channel

92

145.3125

Simplex Channel

93

145.3250

Simplex Channel

94

145.3375

Simplex Channel

95

145.3500

Simplex Channel

96

145.3625

Simplex Channel

97

145.3750

Simplex Channel

98

145.3875

Simplex Channel

99

145.4000

Simplex Channel

100

145.4125

Simplex Channel

101

145.4250

Simplex Channel

102

145.4375

Simplex Channel

103

145.4500

Simplex Channel

104

145.4625

Simplex Channel

105

145.4750

Simplex Channel

106

145.4875

Simplex Channel

 

(Assigned Frequencies for Repeaters)

 145.0250 - 145.1125 MHz and 145.6250 - 145.7125 MHz  

 

Assigment for Digital modes  145.5000 - 145.6125 MHz (See Separate Packet Band Plan)  and experimental work

 145.7250 - 145.8000 MHz

Amateur Satellite Service  assignment 145.8000 -146.0000 MHz

This 2 metre assignment can be used for uplink and downlink transmissions.

This band can be used for downlink reception only in conjunction with uplink transmissions on  2m or other bands (E.g. 28 MHz or 21 MHz)

435.0000 - 438.0000 MHz   This is a secondary service at present.


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