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450 - 451 MHz
  • Broadcast Auxiliary [Part 74 Subpart D]
  • 451 - 454 MHz
  • Private Land Mobile [Part 90]
  • 454.0 MHz
  • Maritime mobile stations for offshore radiolocation and associated telecommand operations. [2.106 footnote NG148]
  • 454.025 - 454.650 MHz
  • Public Land Mobile (base station) [22.561]
  • Rural Radio Service (central office) [22.725]
  • 454.675 - 454.975 MHz
  • Air-Ground Radiotelephone Service (base station) [22.805]
  • 455 - 456 MHz
  • Broadcast Auxiliary [Part 74 Subpart D]
  • FCC proposes shared use by uplinks for "Little LEO" (low-Earth orbiting satellites on a non-interference basis [NPRM; FCC 97-363; Released: October 14, 1997]

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    457.525 MHz
  • Maritime Ship on-board repeater stations [80.373(g)]
  • Business repeater stations (ship cargo handling, 2 watts) [90.35]
  • 457.550 MHz
  • Maritime Ship on-board repeater stations [80.373(g)]
  • Business repeater stations (ship cargo handling, 2 watts) [90.35]
  • 457.575 MHz
  • Maritime Ship on-board repeater stations [80.373(g)]
  • Business repeater stations (ship cargo handling, 2 watts) [90.35]
  • 457.600 MHz
  • Maritime Ship on-board repeater stations [80.373(g)]
  • Business repeater stations (ship cargo handling, 2 watts) [90.35]

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    459.0 MHz
  • Maritime mobile stations for offshore radiolocation and associated telecommand operations. [2.106 footnote NG148]
  • FCC proposes shared use by uplinks for "Little LEO" (low-Earth orbiting satellites on a non-interference basis [NPRM; FCC 97-363; Released: October 14, 1997]
  • 459.025 - 459.650 MHz
  • Public Land Mobile (mobile) [22.561]
  • Rural Radio Service (rural subscriber) [22.725]
  • FCC proposes shared use by uplinks for "Little LEO" (low-Earth orbiting satellites on a non-interference basis [NPRM; FCC 97-363; Released: October 14, 1997]

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    459.700 - 459.975 MHz
  • Air-Ground Radiotelephone Service (mobile) [22.805]
  • FCC proposes shared use by uplinks for "Little LEO" (low-Earth orbiting satellites on a non-interference basis [NPRM; FCC 97-363; Released: October 14, 1997]
  • 460 - 461 MHz
  • Student experimental use [5.89]

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    460.65 MHz
  • Business Radio, airport use, 20 watts [90.35]
  • 460.675 MHz
  • Business Radio, airport use, 20 watts [90.35]
  • 460.6875 MHz
  • bio-medical telemetry operations in hospitals, or medical or convalescent centers, one-way, non-voice,100 mW max. [2.106 footnote US209]
  • 460.70 MHz
  • Business Radio, airport use, 20 watts [90.35]
  • 460.7125 MHz
  • bio-medical telemetry operations in hospitals, or medical or convalescent centers, one-way, non-voice,100 mW max. [2.106 footnote US209]
  • 460.725 MHz
  • Business Radio, airport use, 20 watts [90.35]
  • 460.7375 MHz
  • bio-medical telemetry operations in hospitals, or medical or convalescent centers, one-way, non-voice,100 mW max. [2.106 footnote US209]
  • 460.75 MHz
  • Business Radio, airport use, 20 watts [90.35]
  • 460.7625 MHz
  • bio-medical telemetry operations in hospitals, or medical or convalescent centers, one-way, non-voice,100 mW max. [2.106 footnote US209]
  • 460.775 MHz
  • Business Radio, airport use, 20 watts [90.35]
  • 460.7875 MHz
  • bio-medical telemetry operations in hospitals, or medical or convalescent centers, one-way, non-voice,100 mW max. [2.106 footnote US209]
  • 460.8 MHz
  • Business Radio, airport use, 20 watts [90.35]
  • 460.8125 MHz
  • bio-medical telemetry operations in hospitals, or medical or convalescent centers, one-way, non-voice,100 mW max. [2.106 footnote US209]
  • 460.825 MHz
  • Business Radio, airport use, 20 watts [90.35]
  • 460.8375 MHz
  • bio-medical telemetry operations in hospitals, or medical or convalescent centers, one-way, non-voice,100 mW max. [2.106 footnote US209]
  • 460.85 MHz
  • Business Radio, airport use, 20 watts [90.35]
  • 460.8625 MHz
  • bio-medical telemetry operations in hospitals, or medical or convalescent centers, one-way, non-voice,100 mW max. [2.106 footnote US209]
  • 460.875 MHz
  • Business Radio, airport use, 20 watts [90.35]

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    462.475
  • Power [90.63], Petroleum [90.65], Forest Products [90.67], Manufacturers [90.79], and Telephone Maintenance [90.81] Radio Services
  • 462.4875
  • Power, Petroleum, Forest Products, Manufacturers, and Telephone Maintenance Radio Services - mobile only, 2 watts [90.267]
  • 462.500
  • Manufacturers Radio Service [90.79]
  • 462.525 - 467.475 MHz.
  • Student experimental use [5.89]
  • 462.525
  • Power [90.63], Petroleum [90.65], Forest Products [90.67], Manufacturers [90.79], and Telephone Maintenance [90.81] Radio Services
  • 462.55 MHz
  • GMRS repeater output [95.29(a)]
  • 462.5625 MHz
  • GMRS mobile 5 watts max. ERP [95.29(f)]
  • Family radio service channel no. 1 [95.627(a)]
  • 462.575 MHz
  • GMRS repeater output [95.29(a)]
  • 462.5875 MHz
  • GMRS mobile 5 watts max. ERP [95.29(f)]
  • Family radio service channel no. 2 [95.627(a)]
  • 462.6 MHz
  • GMRS repeater output [95.29(a)]
  • 462.6125 MHz
  • GMRS mobile 5 watts max. ERP [95.29(f)]
  • Family radio service channel no. 3 [95.627(a)]
  • 462.625 MHz
  • GMRS repeater output [95.29(a)]
  • 462.6375 MHz
  • GMRS mobile 5 watts max. ERP [95.29(f)]
  • Family radio service channel no. 4 [95.627(a)]
  • 462.65 MHz
  • GMRS repeater output [95.29(a)]
  • 462.6625 MHz
  • GMRS mobile 5 watts max. ERP [95.29(f)]
  • Family radio service channel no. 5 [95.627(a)]
  • 462.675 MHz
  • GMRS repeater output [95.29(a)]
  • 462.6875 MHz
  • GMRS mobile 5 watts max. ERP [95.29(f)]
  • Family radio service channel no. 6 [95.627(a)]
  • 462.7 MHz
  • GMRS repeater output [95.29(a)]
  • 462.7125 MHz
  • GMRS mobile 5 watts max. ERP [95.29(f)]
  • Family radio service channel no. 7 [95.627(a)]
  • 462.725 MHz
  • GMRS repeater output [95.29(a)]

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    465.65 MHz
  • Business Radio, airport use, 20 watts, mobile [90.35]
  • 465.6625 MHz
  • bio-medical telemetry operations in hospitals, or medical or convalescent centers, one-way, non-voice,100 mW max. [2.106 footnote US209]
  • 460.675 MHz
  • Business Radio, airport use, 20 watts, mobile [90.35]
  • 465.6875 MHz
  • bio-medical telemetry operations in hospitals, or medical or convalescent centers, one-way, non-voice,100 mW max. [2.106 footnote US209]
  • 465.70 MHz
  • Business Radio, airport use, 20 watts , mobile [90.35]
  • 465.7125 MHz
  • bio-medical telemetry operations in hospitals, or medical or convalescent centers, one-way, non-voice,100 mW max. [2.106 footnote US209]
  • 465.725 MHz
  • Business Radio, airport use, 20 watts , mobile [90.35]
  • 465.7375 MHz
  • bio-medical telemetry operations in hospitals, or medical or convalescent centers, one-way, non-voice,100 mW max. [2.106 footnote US209]
  • 465.75 MHz
  • Business Radio, airport use, 20 watts , mobile [90.35]
  • 465.7625 MHz
  • bio-medical telemetry operations in hospitals, or medical or convalescent centers, one-way, non-voice,100 mW max. [2.106 footnote US209]
  • 465.775 MHz
  • Business Radio, airport use, 20 watts , mobile [90.35]
  • 465.7875 MHz
  • bio-medical telemetry operations in hospitals, or medical or convalescent centers, one-way, non-voice,100 mW max. [2.106 footnote US209]
  • 465.8 MHz
  • Business Radio, airport use, 20 watts , mobile [90.35]
  • 465.8125 MHz
  • bio-medical telemetry operations in hospitals, or medical or convalescent centers, one-way, non-voice,100 mW max. [2.106 footnote US209]
  • 465.825 MHz
  • Business Radio, airport use, 20 watts , mobile [90.35]
  • 465.8375 MHz
  • bio-medical telemetry operations in hospitals, or medical or convalescent centers, one-way, non-voice,100 mW max. [2.106 footnote US209]
  • 465.85 MHz
  • Business Radio, airport use, 20 watts , mobile [90.35]
  • 465.8625 MHz
  • bio-medical telemetry operations in hospitals, or medical or convalescent centers, one-way, non-voice,100 mW max. [2.106 footnote US209]
  • 465.875 MHz
  • Business Radio, airport use, 20 watts , mobile [90.35]

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    467.55 MHz
  • GMRS repeater input [95.29]
  • 467.5625 MHz
  • Family radio service channel no. 8 [95.627(a)]
  • 467.575 MHz
  • GMRS repeater input [95.29]
  • 467.5875 MHz
  • Family radio service channel no. 9 [95.627(a)]
  • 467.6 MHz
  • GMRS repeater input [95.29]
  • 467.6125 MHz
  • Family radio service channel no. 10 [95.627(a)]
  • 467.625 MHz
  • GMRS repeater input [95.29]
  • 467.6375 MHz
  • Family radio service channel no. 11 [95.627(a)]
  • 467.65 MHz
  • GMRS repeater input [95.29]
  • 467.6625 MHz
  • Family radio service channel no. 12 [95.627(a)]
  • 467.675 MHz
  • GMRS repeater input [95.29]
  • 467.6875 MHz
  • Family radio service channel no. 13 [95.627(a)]
  • 467.7 MHz
  • GMRS repeater input [95.29]
  • 467.7125 MHz
  • Family radio service channel no. 14 [95.627(a)]
  • 467.725 MHz
  • GMRS repeater input [95.29]
  • 467.750 MHz
  • Maritime Ship on-board mobile stations [80.373(g)]
  • Business mobile stations (ship cargo handling, 2 watts) [90.35]
  • 467.775 MHz
  • Maritime Ship on-board mobile stations [80.373(g)]
  • Business mobile stations (ship cargo handling, 2 watts) [90.35]
  • 467.800 MHz
  • Maritime Ship on-board mobile stations [80.373(g)]
  • Business mobile stations (ship cargo handling, 2 watts) [90.35]
  • 467.825 MHz
  • Maritime Ship on-board mobile stations [80.373(g)]
  • Business mobile stations (ship cargo handling, 2 watts) [90.35]

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