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Ultra High Frequency

328.6 - 335.4 MHz
  • Aeronautical glide path stations [87.475(b)(4)]
  • 335.4 - 399.9 MHz
  • Military [2.106 footnote G27 and G100]
  • 399.9 - 400.05 MHz
  • Radionavigation satellite [2.106 footnote 260]
  • Mobile-satellite, Earth-to-space [25.202, 2.106 footnote US319 and US326]
  • 400.05 - 400.15 MHz
  • Standard frequency and time signal-satellite (400.1 MHz)
  • 400.15 - 401 MHz
  • Meteorological aids (radiosonde) [2.106 footnote US70]
  • Meteorological satellite, space-to-Earth
  • Mobile satellite, space-to-Earth, 400.505-400.5517 MHz, 400.5983-400.645 MHz [25.202, 2.106 footnote 209, US319, US320, US324]
  • Space research, space-to-Earth [2.106 footnote 263]
  • Space operation, space-to-Earth
  • 401 - 402 MHz
  • Meteorological aids (radiosonde) [2.106 footnote US70]
  • Space operation, space-to-Earth
  • Earth exploration satellite, Earth-to-space
  • Meteorological satellite, Earth-to-space
  • Medical Device Radiocommunication Service (MedRadio Service), secondary [Part 95 Subpart I and 95.628] [Report and Order (FCC 09-23) released March 20, 2009]
  • 402 - 403 MHz
  • Meteorological aids (radiosonde) [2.106 footnote US70]
  • Earth exploration satellite, Earth-to-space
  • Meteorological satellite, Earth-to-space
  • Medical Device Radiocommunication Service (MedRadio Service), secondary [Part 95 Subpart I and 95.628] [Report and Order (FCC 09-23) released March 20, 2009]
  • 403 - 405 MHz
  • Meteorological aids (radiosonde) [2.106 footnotes G6, US70]
  • Medical Device Radiocommunication Service (MedRadio Service), secondary [Part 95 Subpart I and 95.628] [Report and Order (FCC 09-23) released March 20, 2009]
  • 405 - 406 MHz
  • Meteorological aids (radiosonde) [2.106 footnotes G6, US70]
  • Medical Device Radiocommunication Service (MedRadio Service), secondary [Part 95 Subpart I and 95.628] [Report and Order (FCC 09-23) released March 20, 2009]
  • 406.0 - 406.1 MHz
  • Emergency Position-Indicating Radiobeacons ("EPIRBs"), Earth-to-space [80.1061]
  • Emergency Locator Transmitters ("ELT") [87.199]
  • 406.1 - 410 MHz
  • Government non-military agencies [2.106 footnote G5]
  • Military tactical fixed and mobile operations on a secondary basis [2.106 footnote G6]
  • Radio astronomy [2.106 footnote 650]
  • 406.1250 and 406.1750 - Hydrological or meteorological data, fixed, Public Safety Pool or Industrial/Business Pool [90.265]
  • 410 - 420 MHz
  • Government non-military agencies [2.106 footnote G5]
  • 412.6625, 412.6750, 412.6875, 412.7125, 412.7250, 412.7375, 412.7625, 412.7750, 415.1250, 415.1750 - Hydrological or meteorological data, fixed, Public Safety Pool or Industrial/Business Pool [90.265]
  • 420 - 450 MHz
  • Government radiolocation limited to the military services [2.106 footnote G2]
  • Amateur (70 centimeter band) (secondary) [Part 97]
  • Radiolocation [Part 90 Subpart F]
  • RF ID tags to identify the contents of commercial shipping containers, 433.5 - 434.5 MHz only [15.240]

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