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174 - 180 MHz
  • television channel 7
  • Biomedical telemetry devices, 1500 microvolts/meter at 3 meter max. [15.241]
  • 180 - 186 MHz
  • television channel 8
  • Biomedical telemetry devices, 1500 microvolts/meter at 3 meter max. [15.241]
  • 186 - 192 MHz
  • television channel 9
  • Biomedical telemetry devices, 1500 microvolts/meter at 3 meter max. [15.241]
  • 192 - 198 MHz
  • television channel 10
  • Biomedical telemetry devices, 1500 microvolts/meter at 3 meter max. [15.241]
  • 198 - 204 MHz
  • television channel 11
  • Biomedical telemetry devices, 1500 microvolts/meter at 3 meter max. [15.241]
  • 204 - 210 MHz
  • television channel 12
  • Biomedical telemetry devices, 1500 microvolts/meter at 3 meter max. [15.241]
  • 210 - 216 MHz
  • television channel 13
  • Biomedical telemetry devices, 1500 microvolts/meter at 3 meter max. [15.241]
  • 216 - 216.880 MHz
  • Automated Maritime Telecommunictions System ("AMTS"): Mississippi River and connecting waterways, Gulf of Mexico [80.385(a)] - Not currently assignable [80.385(a)(2) footnote 2]
  • Low Power (100 mw ERP max.) Radio Service (LPRS) [Part 95 Subpart G and 95.629] (See FCC News Release, July 25, 1996) to include:
    • auditory assistance devices for persons with disabilities
    • health care assistance devices for persons with illnesses
    • law enforcement tracking systems
    • point-to-point network control communications for Automated Maritime Telecommunication Systems (AMTS).
  • Wildlife and ocean buoy tracking and telemetry [90.248]
  • 216.880 - 217.0 MHz
  • Automated Maritime Telecommunictions System ("AMTS"): Mississippi River and connecting waterways, Gulf of Mexico [80.385(a)] - Not currently assignable [80.385(a)(2) footnote 2]
  • US Navy SPASUR system [80.385(a)(2)]
  • Low Power (100 mw ERP max.) Radio Service (LPRS) [Part 95 Subpart G and 95.629] (See FCC News Release, July 25, 1996) to include:
    • auditory assistance devices for persons with disabilities
    • health care assistance devices for persons with illnesses
    • law enforcement tracking systems
    • point-to-point network control communications for Automated Maritime Telecommunication Systems (AMTS).
  • Wildlife and ocean buoy tracking and telemetry [90.248]
  • 217.0 - 217.080 MHz
  • Automated Maritime Telecommunictions System ("AMTS") coast transmit: Mississippi River and connecting waterways, Gulf of Mexico [80.385(a)]
  • US Navy SPASUR system [80.385(a)(2)]
  • Wildlife and ocean buoy tracking and telemetry [90.248]
  • 217.080 - 218 MHz
  • Automated Maritime Telecommunictions System ("AMTS") coast transmit: Mississippi River and connecting waterways, Gulf of Mexico [80.385(a)]
  • Wildlife and ocean buoy tracking and telemetry [90.248]
  • 218 - 219 MHz
  • IVDS (Interactive Video and Data Services)
  • Wildlife and ocean buoy tracking and telemetry [90.248]
  • 219 - 220 MHz
  • Automated Maritime Telecommunictions System ("AMTS") ship transmit: Mississippi River and connecting waterways, Gulf of Mexico [80.385(a)]
  • Amateur point-to-point fixed digital message forwarding systems, including intercity packet backbone networks, on a secondary basis [Part 97]
  • Wildlife and ocean buoy tracking and telemetry [90.248]
  • 220 - 221 MHz
  • Land mobile - base stations [Part 90 Subpart T]
  • 221 - 222 MHz
  • Land mobile - mobile stations [Part 90 Subpart T]
  • 222 - 225 MHz
  • Amateur (1.25 meter band) [Part 97]
  • 225 - 243.00 MHz
  • Military [2.106 footnote G27]
  • 243.00 MHz
  • Survival craft stations, ELTs [87.195]
  • 243.00 - 328.6 MHz
  • Military [2.106 footnote G27]

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