RSGB Band Plan (effective from 1st January 2017)
Access to this band is available to Full Licensees only
See Licence Schedule notes for specific conditions
5 MHz (60m) Available UK Usage
  Width  
5,258.5-5,264 5.5 kHz       5,262 kHz - CW QRP Centre of Activity
5,276-5,284 8 kHz       5,278.5 kHz - may be used for UK emergency comms traffic
5,288.5-5,292 3.5 kHz       Beacons on 5290 kHz (Note-2), WSPR
5,298-5,307 9 kHz  
5,313-5,323 10 kHz       5,317 kHz - AM 6kHz max. bandwidth
5,333-5,338 5 kHz  
5,354-5,358 4 kHz  
5,362-5,374.5 12.5 kHz       5,362-5,370 kHz - Digital mode activity in the UK
5,378-5,382 4 kHz  
5,395-5,401.5 6.5 kHz  
5,403.5-5,406.5 3 kHz       5,403.5kHz  - USB common international frequency
Unless indicated, usage is all-modes (necessary bandwidth to be within channel limits)
Note 1: Upper Sideband is recommended for SSB activity. 
Note 2: Activity should avoid interference to the experimental beacons on 5290 kHz
Note 3: Amplitude Modulation is permitted with a maximum bandwidth of 6kHz, on frequencies with at least 6kHz available width
Note 4: Contacts within the UK should avoid the WRC-15 allocation if possible
   
LICENCE NOTES:   Full Licensees only    Secondary User: 100W max
Note that specific conditions regarding operating, transmission bandwidth, power and antennas are specified in the Licence
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.