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806 - 809.75 MHz
  • Land Mobile: conventional mobile [90.615]
    809.75 - 816 MHz
  • Land Mobile: trunked or conventional mobile [90.617]
    816 - 821 MHz
  • Land Mobile: conventional mobile [90.613]
    821 - 824 MHz
  • Land Mobile: Public Safety [Part 90]
    824 - 849 MHz
  • Cellular telephone (mobile) [22.905]
    849 - 851 MHz
  • Air-Ground Radiotelephone Service: ground stations [22.857]
    851 - 854.750 MHz
  • Land Mobile: conventional base [90.613]
    854.750 - 861 MHz
  • Land Mobile: trunked or conventional base [90.617]
    861 - 866 MHz
  • Land Mobile: conventional base [90.613]
    869 - 890 MHz
  • Cellular telephone (base) [22.905]
    890 - 894 MHz
  • Cellular telephone (base) [22.905]
  • Government radiolocation limited to the military services [2.106 note G2]
    894 - 896 MHz
  • Air-Ground Radiotelephone Service: airborne stations [22.857]
  • Government radiolocation limited to the military services [2.106 note G2]
    896 - 901 MHz
  • Land Mobile: conventional or trunked mobile [90.617]
  • Government radiolocation limited to the military services [2.106 note G2]
    901 - 902 MHz
  • Narrowband Personal Communications Service (PCS) [Part 24 Subpart D]
  • Government radiolocation limited to the military services [2.106 note G2]
    902 - 928 MHz
  • United States Navy radars and other government operations - primary
  • Industrial, Scientific and Medical [Part 18]
  • Location and Monitoring Service ("LMS"). [Part 90 Subpart M]
         A:   902.000 - 904.000   Non-Multilateration
         B:   904.000 - 909.750   Multilateration
         C:   909.750 - 919.750   Non-Multilateration
         D:   919.750 - 921.750   Multilateration and Non-Multilateration
         E:   921.750 - 927.250   Multilateration
         F:   927.250 - 927.500   Narrow band associated with sub-band E
         G:   927.500 - 927.750   Narrow band associated with sub-band D
         H:   927.750 - 928.000   Narrow band associated with sub-band B
    • Multilateration systems - use spread-spectrum technology to locate vehicles (and other moving objects) with great accuracy throughout a wide geographic area.
    • Non-multilateration systems - typically use narrowband technology to transmit data to and from vehicles passing through a particular location.
    • Automatic Vehicle Monitoring Service ("AVM") - 903-912 and 918-927 MHz [90.363]
  • Amateur (33 centimeter band) [Part 97]
  • Unlicensed low power services [Part 15]
    928 - 929 MHz
  • Multiple Address System [101.147(b)]
  • Government radiolocation limited to the military services [2.106 note G2]
    929 - 930 MHz
  • Paging [90.494]
  • Government radiolocation limited to the military services [2.106 note G2]
    930 - 931 MHz
  • Narrowband Personal Communications Service (PCS) [Part 24 Subpart D]
  • Government radiolocation limited to the military services [2.106 note G2]
    931 - 932 MHz
  • Paging [22.531]
  • Government radiolocation limited to the military services [2.106 note G2]
    932.0 - 932.5 MHz
  • Multiple Address System [101.147(b)]
  • Government radiolocation limited to the military services [2.106 note G2]
    932.5 - 935.0 MHz
  • Point-to-Point Microwave Service [101.147(b)]
  • Private Operational Fixed Service [101.147(b)]
  • Government fixed point-to-multipoint stations [101.147(b) note 27]
  • Public Land Mobile Service point-to-multipoint stations
  • Government radiolocation limited to the military services [2.106 note G2]
    935 - 940 MHz
  • Land Mobile: conventional or trunked base [90.617]
  • Government radiolocation limited to the military services [2.106 note G2]
    940 - 941 MHz
  • Narrowband Personal Communications Service (PCS) [Part 24 Subpart D]
  • Government radiolocation limited to the military services [2.106 note G2]
    941.0 - 941.5
  • Multiple Address System [101.147(b)]
  • Government fixed point-to-multipoint stations [101.147(b) note 27]
  • Public Land Mobile Service point-to-multipoint stations [Part 22]
  • Government radiolocation limited to the military services [2.106 note G2]
    941.5 - 942.0
  • Point-to-Point Microwave Service [101.147(b)]
  • Private Operational Fixed Service [101.147(b)]
  • Aural Broadcast Auxiliary Service [Part 74]
  • Government radiolocation limited to the military services [2.106 note G2]
    942.0 - 944.0
  • Point-to-Point Microwave Service [101.147(b)]
  • Private Operational Fixed Service [101.147(b)]
  • Aural Broadcast Auxiliary Service [Part 74]
    944 - 952 MHz
  • Broadcast Auxiliary [Part 74 Subpart E]
    952 - 960 MHz
  • Private Operational Fixed Service/Multiple Address System [101.147(b)]

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    Modified on Mon, Jan 8, 2007