International Space Station

ISS Frequencies

Amateur Radio Frequencies (Note: Only one mode active at a time)

FM VOICE for ITU Region 1: Europe-Middle East-Africa-North Asia

  • Downlink 145.800
  • Uplink 145.200

FM VOICE for ITU Region 2&3: North and South America-Caribbean-Greenland-Australia-South Asia

  • Downlink 145.800
  • Uplink 144.490

FM U/v VOICE Repeater (Worldwide)

  • Downlink 145.800
  • Uplink 437.800

FM V/u with PL VOICE Repeater (Worldwide)

  • Downlink 437.800
  • Uplink 145.990 with 67.0 PL

FM L/v VOICE Repeater (Worldwide)

  • Downlink 145.800
  • Uplink 1269.650

AX.25 1200 Bd AFSK Packet Radio (Worldwide)

  • Downlink 145.825
  • Uplink 145.825

FM SSTV downlink (Worldwide)

  • Downlink 145.800

UHF Simplex (rarely used)

  • Downlink 437.550
  • Uplink 437.550

Other Frequencies

121.125 FM RS EVA from Orlan suit [Credit N5VHO]

121.75 FM Downlink from Soyuz-TM (voice). RS EVA from Orlan suit. Soyuz VHF-2. Progress Telemetry. [Credit N5VHO]

130.167 AM VHF-2 Downlink from Zarya (Service Module). RS EVA to Orlan suits [Credit N5VHO]

143.625 FM VHF-1 downlink. Main Russian communications channel. Often active over Moskow. You can hear air to ground conversations in Russian. Sometimes English when US crews talk to their NASA representative in Star City. [Credit IZ6BYY]

166.000 AM Soyuz-TM and Progress M-1 telemetry

632.000 634.000 AM Zarya telemetry

628.000 630.000 AM Zvezda telemetry

922.76 CW Soyuz-TM and Progress M1 beacon

2265.0 Digital Telementry Downlink

15003.4 Digital Data downlink


ISS Slow Scan TV (SSTV):

ARISS SSTV gallery

ISS Fan Club

NASA Space Flight

Amateur Radio on the ISS (AMSAT)