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1 U.S. Spectrum Allocations MHz A Vertical Bar Chart With Frequency Bands Shown Approximately To Scale 1 John R. Williams OPP/FCC November Small bands have been enlarged slightly for legibility. This chart is optimized for printing on legal size paper with a color printer. Services and footnotes in the expanded chart were transferred directly from the FCC's online Allocation Table (Revised as of September 25, 2001) and are believed to be complete and accurate, but have not been cross-checked. Some errors are therefore possible. The official FCC Table of Frequency Allocations is the one published in the Federal Register. The text of footnotes has not been included in this chart but is available on the FCC's website. The "Special Categories" columns and general service names shown on the index page and on certain bands in the expanded chart are the author's own derivations and do not necessarily correspond to official FCC terminology. Please direct all comments, questions or corrections to the author at

2 Page Index to Expanded Chart BAND SPECIAL CATEORIES OF USE COLUMN TOTALS % OF TOTAL CORE BROADCASTI SHARED LICENSI (PLMRS) PS CONSIDERED FOR MSS - FLEX SOON TO BE AUCTIONED UNITED STATES SPECTRUM ALLOCATIONS MHz ENERAL SERVICE DESCRIPTION (SEE INDICATED PAE FOR AN EXPANDED VIEW WITH SERVICE NAMES AND FOOTNOTES FROM THE FCC's ALLOCATION TABLE) NOTE: Service names used on this page are the author's own derivations and not FCC terminology. 255 UARD BAND MANAER BANDWIDTH ( FLEXIBLE TRANSFER BANDS BEI CONSIDERED FOR 3 CORE UHF TV BAND CHANNELS Excluding Ch. 37. ( REALLOCATED TV CHANNELS "Lower 700 MHz" ( REALLOCATED TV CHANNELS "Upper 700 MHz" ( OVERNMENT NON-OVERNMENT TRANSFER MOBILE, RADAR, NAVIATION (PS MOBILE, SATELLITE, NAVIATION, WEATHER AIDS ( PRIVATE MOBILE ( TRANSFER BANDS TRANSFER BAND TRANSFER BAND (POSSIBLE 3) OVERNMENT FIXED AND MOBILE (POSSIBLE 3) PCS PCS 2 Hz MSS UPLINK (POSSIBLE MSS FLEX, POSSIBLE 3) 2 Hz MSS DOWNLINK (POSSIBLE MSS FLEX, POSSIBLE 3) FIXED AND MOBILE (POSSIBLE 3) SATELLITE, WEATHER AIDS, RADIOASTRONOMY, NAVIATION SPACE, MOBILE (BROADCAST AUXILIARY) MDS - ITFS (POSSIBLE 3) UNLICENSED PCS (POSSIBLE 3) MOBILE, SATELLITE WCS WCS SDARS TRANSFER BAND TRANSFER BAND UNLICENSED BAND TRANSFER BAND WEATHER AIDS NAVIATION (POSSIBLE 3) ( OVERNMENT AND NON- OVERNMENT UNLICENSED MOBILE NAVIATION NAVIATION RADAR UNLICENSED BAND CELLULAR CELLULAR RADIOASTRONOMY Page 1 ( Page 2 ( Page 4 ( Page 8 ( Page 7 ( Page 11 ( Page 6 ( Page 10 ( L-BAND MSS DOWN LINK (POSSIBLE MSS FLEX) TELEMETRY L-BAND MSS UP LINK (POSSIBLE MSS FLEX) WEATHER SATELLITES PS ( PS ( Page 3 ( Page 5 ( Page 9 ( Page 12 ( John R. Williams FCC/OPP

3 UNITED STATES SPECTRUM ALLOCATIONS Expanded Chart BAND OVERNMENT NON-OVERNMENT OVERNMENT AND NON- OVERNMENT TRANSFER UNLICENSED BANDWIDTH MHz (Shown Approximately To Scale) RADIO SERVICES FROM FCC's ONLINE ALLOCATION TABLE Revised as of September 25, MOBILE, 27, S RADIONAVIATION, S MOBILE, 27, (Earth-to-space), RADIONAVIATION-SATELLITE, S5.260, US319, US STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SINAL-SATELLITE (400.1, S METEOROLOICAL AIDS (radiosonde), METEOROLOICAL-SATELLITE (space-to-earth), (space-to-earth), SPACE RESEARCH (space-to-earth), Space operation (space-to-earth), S5.263, 647B, 599B, US319, US320, US324, US METEOROLOICAL AIDS (radiosonde), SPACE OPERATION (space-to-earth), Earth exploration-satellite (Earth-to-space), Meteorological-satellite (Earth-to-space), US METEOROLOICAL AIDS (radiosonde), Earth exploration-satellite (Earth-to-space), Meteorological-satellite (Earth-to-space), US70, US345. Personal Radio (95) METEOROLOICAL AIDS (radiosonde), US70, US345, (Earth-to-space), S5.266, S MOBILE, RADIO ASTRONOMY, US74, US13, US117, 5, MOBILE, US13, RADIOLOCATION,, Amateur, S5.286, US7, US87, US217, S5.282, US228, US230, 8, 2, 135. Private Land Mobile (90), Amateur (97) MOBILE, S5.286, US87, 112, 124. Auxiliary Broadcasting (74),Private Land Mobile (90) MOBILE, 12, 112, 148. Public Mobile (22), Maritime (80) MOBILE. Auxiliary Broadcasting (74) MOBILE, S5.288, 669, 112, 124, 148. Public Mobile (22), Maritime (80), Private Land Mobile (90) MOBILE, S5.288, S5.289, 669, US201,US209, US216, 124. Private Land Mobile (90) MOBILE, S5.288, S5.289, 669, US201,US209, US216. Personal Radio (95) MOBILE, S5.288, S5.289, 669, US201,US209, US216, 124. Private Land Mobile (90) MOBILE, S5.288, S5.289, 669, US201,US209, US216. Personal Radio (95) MOBILE, S5.288, S5.289, 669, US201,US209, US216, 124. Private Land Mobile (90) BROADCASTI, MOBILE, 66, 114, 127, 128, 149. Public Mobile (22), Broadcast Radio (TV) (73), Auxiliary Broadcasting (74), Private Land Mobile (90). CORE TV BAND Channels Page 1 of 12

4 BROADCASTI, 128, 149.Broadcast Radio (TV)(73), Auxiliary Broadcasting (74). CORE TV BAND Channels MOBILE, RADIO ASTRONOMY, US74, US246, US350. Personal (95) BROADCASTI, 128, 149. Broadcast Radio (TV) (73), Auxiliary Broadcast. (74). CORE TV BAND Channels MOBILE, BROADCASTI, 128, 149.Wireless Communications (27), Broadcast Radio (TV) (73), Auxiliary Broadcast (74), Private Land Mobile (90). FLEXIBLE Page 2 of 12

5 MOBILE, BROADCASTI, 128, 159.Wireless Communications (27), Broadcast Radio (TV) (73), Auxiliary Broadcast (74), Private Land Mobile (90). UARD BAND MANAER MOBILE, BROADCASTI, 128, 159.Wireless Communications (27), Broadcast Radio (TV) (73), Auxiliary Broadcast (74), Private Land Mobile (90). FLEXIBLE MOBILE, BROADCASTI, 128, 159.Wireless Communications (27), Broadcast Radio (TV) (73), Auxiliary Broadcast (74), Private Land Mobile (90). UARD BAND MANAER MOBILE, 128, 158, 159. Auxiliary Broadcasting (74), Private Land Mobile (90 ). PUBLIC SAFETY MOBILE, BROADCASTI, 128, 159.Wireless Communications (27), Broadcast Radio (TV) (73), Auxiliary Broadcast (74), Private Land Mobile (90). UARD BAND MANAER MOBILE, BROADCASTI, 128, 159. Wireless Communications (27), Broadcast Radio (TV) (73), Auxiliary Broadcast (74), Private Land Mobile (90). FLEXIBLE MOBILE, BROADCASTI. Wireless Communications (27), Broadcast Radio (TV) (73), Auxiliary Broadcast (74), Private Land Mobile (90). UARD BAND MANAER MOBILE, 128, 158, 159. Auxiliary Broadcasting (74), Private Land Mobile (90). PUBLIC SAFETY MOBILE, 30, 31, 43, 63. Public Mobile (22), Private Land Mobile (90). SMR MOBILE, 30, 31, 43, 63. Public Mobile (22), Private Land Mobile (90). PLMRS AND SMR (INTERLEAVED) MOBILE, 30, 31, 43, 63. Public Mobile (22), Private Land Mobile (90). SMR MOBILE, 30, 43, 63. Private Land Mobile (90). PUBLIC SAFETY MOBILE. 30, 43, 63, 151, Public Mobile (22). CELLULAR MOBILE, 30, 63. Public Mobile (22) MOBILE, 30, 31, 63. Public Mobile (22), Private Land Mobile (90).SMR MOBILE, 30, 31, 63. Public Mobile (22), Private Land Mobile (90). PLMRS AND SMR (INTERLEAVED) MOBILE, 30, 31, 63. Public Mobile (22), Private Land Mobile (90). SMR MOBILE, 30, 63. Private Land Mobile (90) MOBILE, US116, US268, 30, 63, 151. Public Mobile (22) MOBILE, US116, US268. Public Mobile (22) MOBILE, US116, US268, 2. Private Land Mobile (90) MOBILE, US116, US268, 2. Personal Communications (24) RADIOLOCATION, 59, S5.150, US215, US218, US267, US275, 11. ISM Equipment (18), Private Land Mobile (90), Amateur (97) US116, US215, US268, 120, 2. Public Mobile (22), Private Land Mobile (90), Fixed Microwave (101) MOBILE, US116, US215, US268, 2. Private Land Mobile (90) MOBILE, US116, US215, US268, 2. Personal Communications (24) MOBILE, US116, US215, US268, 2. Public Mobile (22) US215, US268, 2, 120. Public Mobile (22), Fixed Microwave (101) MOBILE, US116, US215, US268, 2. Private Land Mobile (90 ) MOBILE, US116 US Personal Communications (24) US268, US301, US302, 2, 120. Public Mobile (22), Fixed Microwave (101) Public Mobile (22), International Fixed (23), Auxiliary Broadcast. (74), Fixed Microwave (101). Page 3 of 12

6 RADIONAVIATION, S5.328, US224. Aviation (87). Page 4 of 12

7 RADIOLOCATION, RADIONAVIATION-SATELLITE (space-to-earth), S5.333, 56, PS BAND RADIOLOCATION, Amateur, S Amateur (97) RADIONAVIATION, Radiolocation, 2, S MOBILE, RADIOLOCATION, 2, S5.149, S5.334, S5.339, US311, 27, RADIOLOCATION, Fixed, Mobile, 2, S5.149, S5.339, US311, US351,27, 114. Note: MHz became on-federal overnment exclusive spectrum in January MOBILE, US350,S5.149, US5.339, US311, US351. Personal (95) EARTH EXPLORATION-SATELLITE (passive), RADIO ASTRONOMY, SPACE RESEARCH (passive), S5.341, US74, US SPACE OPERATION (Earth-to-space), MOBILE except aeronautical mobile, Fixed (telemetry), Land mobile (telemetry and telecommand), S Satellite Communications (25), Private Land Mobile (90), Note: MHz became non-federal overnment exclusive spectrum in January MOBILE, Fixed (telemetry), Land mobile (telemetry and telecommand), US350, S5.341, US352. Private Land Mobile (90), Personal (95) MOBILE, Fixed (telemetry), Land mobile (telemetry and telecommand), S5.341, 30. Private Land Mobile (90), Note: MHz became mixed-use spectrum In January Page 5 of 12

8 MOBILE (aeronautical telemetry), S5.341, US78. Aviation (87) (space-to-earth), Mobile (aeronautical telemetry), S5.341, S5.351, US78. Satellite Communications (25), Aviation (87) (space-to-earth), MARITIME (space-to-earth), Mobile (aeronautical telemetry), S5.341, S5.351, US78, US (space-to-earth), MARITIME (space-to-earth), S5.341, S5.351, US315. Satellite Communications (25), Maritime (80) (space-to-earth), S5.341, S Satellite Communications (25), Maritime (80) (R) (space-to-earth), Mobile-satellite (space-to-earth), S5.341, S5.351, US308, US309. Aviation (87) (R) (space-to-earth), (space-to-earth), S5.341, S5.351, US308, US309. Aviation (87) (R) (space-to-earth), S5.341, S5.351, US308, US309. Aviation (87) RADIONAVIATION, RADIONAVIATION-SATELLITE (space-to-earth), S5.341, US208, US260. Aviation (87), Note: The NTIA Manual (footnote 126) states that differential PS stations may be authorized in the MHz band, but the FCC has not yet addressed this footnote (Earth-to-space), RADIONAVIATION, RADIODETERMINATION-SATELLITE (Earth-to-space), US319, US260. Satellite Communications (25], Aviation (87) (Earth-to-space), RADIO ASTRONOMY, RADIONAVIATION, RADIODETERMINATION-SATELLITE (Earth-to-space), US319, US260, S5.341, S5.364, S5.366, S5.367, S5.368, S5.372, US208. Satellite Communications (25), Aviation (87) (Earth-to-space), RADIONAVIATION, RADIODETERMINATION-SATELLITE (Earth-to-space), Mobilesatellite (space-to-earth), US319, US260, S5.341, S5.364, S5.365, S5.366, S5.367, S5.368, S5.372, US208. Satellite Communications (25), Aviation (87) (Earth-to-space), MARITIME (Earth-to-space), S5.341, S5.351, US315. Satellite Communications (25), Maritime (80) (Earth-to-space), S5.341, S (R) (Earth-to-space), Mobile-satellite (Earth-to-space), S5.341, S5.351, US308, US309. Aviation (87) (Earth-to-space), (R) (Earth-to-space), S5.341, S5.351, US308, US (R) (Earth-to-space), RADIO ASTRONOMY, S5.149, S5.341, S5.351, US308, US RADIO ASTRONOMY, SPACE RESEARCH (passive), S5.341, US METEOROLOICAL AIDS (radiosonde), RADIO ASTRONOMY, US74, S5.149, S5.341, US METEOROLOICAL AIDS (radiosonde), METEOROLOICAL-SATELLITE (space-to-earth), S5.341, US211. Note: MHz became mixed-use spectrum in January Page 6 of 12

9 METEOROLOICAL AIDS (radiosonde), METEOROLOICAL-SATELLITE (space-to-earth), S5.289, S5.341, US METEOROLOICAL-SATELLITE (space-to-earth), Fixed, 118, S5.289, S MOBILE, S5.341, US256. Note: Proceeds from the auction of the MHz mixed-use band are to be deposited not later than September 30, MOBILE, MOBILE. Personal Communications (24). Fixed Microwave (101) MOBILE. RF Devices (15) Page 7 of 12

10 MOBILE. Personal Communications (24). Fixed Microwave (101) (Earth-to-space), 156. Satellite Communications (25) SPACE OPERATION (Earth-to-space) (space-to-space), EARTH EXPLORATION-SATELLITE (Earth-to-space) (space-to-space), SPACE RESEARCH (Earth-to-space) (space-to-space), MOBILE, S5.391, S5.392, US90, US222, US346, US347, 23, 118, S5.391, S5.392, US90, US222, US346, US347. TV Auxiliary Broadcasting (74F), Cable TV Relay (78), Local TV Transmission (101J) MOBILE, US252, 23. Public Mobile (22), Fixed Microwave (101), Note: MHz must be auctioned by September 30, Domestic Public Fixed (21), Fixed Microwave (101) MOBILE, 153, 23. Domestic Public Fixed (21), Public Mobile (22), Fixed Microwave (101). Page 8 of 12

11 (space-to-earth), 23, 168. Satellite Communications (25) SPACE OPERATION (space-to-earth) (space-to-space), EARTH EXPLORATION-SATELLITE (space-to-earth) (space-to-space), FIXED (line-ofsight only), MOBILE (line-of-sight only including aeronautical tele-metry, but excluding flight testing of manned aircraft), SPACE RESEARCH (space-to-earth) (space-to-space), S5.392 US MOBILE except aeronautical mobile, SPACE RESEARCH (deep space) (space-to-earth) Amateur, 123. Amateur (97), Note: MHz became non-federal overnment exclusive spectrum in August MOBILE except aeronautical mobile, RADIOLOCATION, Amateur, US338, 123. Wireless Communications (27), Amateur (97) MOBILE, RADIOLOCATION, BROADCASTI-SATELLITE, Fixed, Mobile, Radiolocation, US339, US328, US327, S5.396, 120, US338. Wireless Communications (27) BROADCASTI-SATELLITE, Fixed, Mobile, Radiolocation, US327, US276, US328, S MOBILE, RADIOLOCATION, BROADCASTI-SATELLITE, Fixed, Mobile, Radiolocation, US339, US328, US327, S5.396, 120, US338. Wireless Communications (27) MOBILE, RADIOLOCATION, Fixed, 2, 120, US MOBILE, RADIOLOCATION, Fixed, MOBILE, US276 US276, 2, 120. Note: MHz will become non-federal overnment exclusive spectrum in January Page 9 of 12

12 AMATEUR, 122. RF Devices (15), Amateur (97) Amateur, S5.150, 123, S ISM Equipment (18), Amateur (97) AMATEUR, S5.150, S5.282, 122. RF Devices (15), ISM Equipment (18), Amateur (97) Radiolocation, Amateur, S5.150, S5.282, 2, 124. ISM Equipment (18), Amateur (97) MOBILE, Radiolocation, S5.150, US41. ISM Equipment (18), Private Land Mobile (90), Fixed Microwave (101) (space-to-earth), RADIODETERMINATION-SATELLITE (space-to-earth), (space-to-earth), RADIODETERMINATION-SATELLITE (space-to-earth), S5.398, S5.150, S5.402, US319, US41, 147. ISM Equipment (18), Satellite Communications (25), Private Land Mobile (90), Fixed Microwave (101) FIXED-SATELLITE (space-to-earth), MOBILE except aeronautical mobile, BROADCASTI-SATELLITE, S5.409, S5.411, US205, 101, 102. Domestic Public Fixed (21), Auxiliary Broadcasting (74) Page 10 of 12

13 FIXED-SATELLITE (Earth-to-space), MOBILE except aeronautical mobile, BROADCASTI-SATELLITE, Earth exploration-satellite (passive), Radio astronomy, Space research (passive), US205, 101, 102. Domestic Public Fixed (21), Auxiliary Broadcasting (74) EARTH EXPLORATION-SATELLITE (passive), RADIO ASTRONOMY, SPACE RESEARCH (passive), US74, US RADIO-NAVIATION, METEOROLOICAL AIDS, Radiolocation, 2, S5.337, S5.423, US18, 15 Page 11 of 12

14 MARITIME RADIONAVIATION, Radiolocation, 56, S5.427, US44, US316. Maritime (80), Private Land Mobile (90). Page 12 of 12

15 / Page MHz Division of Spectrum Between overnment and Non-overnment / T UL MHz % Total 2778 Transfer Bands 3% Unlicensed 6% overnment 22% Shared 35% Non- overnment 34%

16 MOBILE, STANDARD METEOROLOICAL METEOROLOICAL METEOROLOICAL METEOROLOICAL MOBILE, RADIOLOCATION,, BROADCASTI, BROADCASTI, RADIOLOCATION, RADIOLOCATION, RADIOLOCATION, RADIOLOCATION, EARTH SPACE MOBILE RADIO METEOROLOICAL METEOROLOICAL METEOROLOICAL SPACE SPACE Amateur, BROADCASTI-SATELLITE, MOBILE, MOBILE, AMATEUR, Amateur, AMATEUR, Radiolocation, EARTH MARITIME Page Index (Text) United States Spectrum Allocations MHz BANDS LISTED IN FCC ALLOCATION TABLE IN THE RAE MHz OVERNMENT NON-OVERNMENT SHARED TRANSFER BAND UNLICENSED DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES FROM FCC ALLOCATION TABLE AND OTHER RULES TEXT CODI: ALL CAPS - PRIMARY ALLOCATION FIRST LETTER CAPS - Secondary Allocation RED - OVERNMENT BLUE - NON-OVERNMENT REEN - OVERNMENT AND NON-OVERNMENT ITALICS - FCC Service Name and (R(le Part No). BLACK - FOOTNOTES AND OTHER INFORMATION / / / / / / / / / / UL / / / / /T / / //T //T / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / / //T / / /T UL / / //T ng ng ng / //T UL UL UL UL UL UL / / MOBILE, 27, S RADIONAVIATION, S , 100. (Earth-to-space), RADIONAVIATION-SATELLITE, S5.260, US319, US322. FREQUENCY AND TIME SINAL-SATELLITE (400.1, S5.261 AIDS (radiosonde), METEOROLOICAL-SATELLITE (space-to-earth), (space-to-earth), SPACE RESEARCH (space-to-earth), Space operation (space-to-earth), S5.263, 647B, AIDS (radiosonde), SPACE OPERATION (space-to-earth), Earth exploration-satellite (Earth-to-space), Meteorological-satellite (Earth-to-space), US70. AIDS (radiosonde), Earth exploration-satellite (Earth-to-space), Meteorological-satellite (Earth-to-space), US70, US345. Personal Radio (95). AIDS (radiosonde), US70, US345, 6. (Earth-to-space), S5.266, S RADIO ASTRONOMY, US74, US13, US117, 5, 6. MOBILE, US13, 5. Amateur, S5.286, US7, US87, US217, S5.282, US228, US230, 8, 2, 135. Private Land Mobile (90), Amateur (97). MOBILE, S5.286, US87, 112, 124. Auxiliary Broadcasting (74),Private Land Mobile (90). MOBILE, 12, 112, 148. Public Mobile (22), Maritime (80). MOBILE. Auxiliary Broadcasting (74). MOBILE, S5.288, 669, 112, 124, 148. Public Mobile (22), Maritime (80), Private Land Mobile (90). MOBILE, S5.288, S5.289, 669, US201,US209, US216, 124. Private Land Mobile (90). MOBILE, S5.288, S5.289, 669, US201,US209, US216. Personal Radio (95). MOBILE, S5.288, S5.289, 669, US201,US209, US216, 124. Private Land Mobile (90). MOBILE, S5.288, S5.289, 669, US201,US209, US216. Personal Radio (95). MOBILE, S5.288, S5.289, 669, US201,US209, US216, 124. Private Land Mobile (90). BROADCASTI, MOBILE, 66, 114, 127, 128, 149. Public Mobile (22), Broadcast Radio (TV) (73), Auxiliary Broadcasting (74), Private Land Mobile (90). CORE TV BAND 128, 149.Broadcast Radio (TV)(73), Auxiliary Broadcasting (74). CORE TV BAND MOBILE, RADIO ASTRONOMY, US74, US246, US350. Personal (95) 128, 149. Broadcast Radio (TV) (73), Auxiliary Broadcast. (74). CORE TV BAND MOBILE, BROADCASTI, 128, 149.Wireless Communications (27), Broadcast Radio (TV) (73), Auxiliary Broadcast (74), Private Land Mobile (90). FLEXIBLE MOBILE, BROADCASTI, 128, 159.Wireless Communications (27), Broadcast Radio (TV) (73), Auxiliary Broadcast (74), Private Land Mobile (90). UARD BAND MANAER MOBILE, BROADCASTI, 128, 159.Wireless Communications (27), Broadcast Radio (TV) (73), Auxiliary Broadcast (74), Private Land Mobile (90). FLEXIBLE MOBILE, BROADCASTI, 128, 159.Wireless Communications (27), Broadcast Radio (TV) (73), Auxiliary Broadcast (74), Private Land Mobile (90). UARD BAND MANAER MOBILE, 128, 158, 159. Auxiliary Broadcasting (74), Private Land Mobile (90 ). PUBLIC SAFETY MOBILE, BROADCASTI, 128, 159.Wireless Communications (27), Broadcast Radio (TV) (73), Auxiliary Broadcast (74), Private Land Mobile (90). UARD BAND MANAER MOBILE, BROADCASTI, 128, 159. Wireless Communications (27), Broadcast Radio (TV) (73), Auxiliary Broadcast (74), Private Land Mobile (90). FLEXIBLE MOBILE, BROADCASTI. Wireless Communications (27), Broadcast Radio (TV) (73), Auxiliary Broadcast (74), Private Land Mobile (90). UARD BAND MANAER MOBILE, 128, 158, 159. Auxiliary Broadcasting (74), Private Land Mobile (90). PUBLIC SAFETY MOBILE, 30, 31, 43, 63. Public Mobile (22), Private Land Mobile (90). SMR MOBILE, 30, 31, 43, 63. Public Mobile (22), Private Land Mobile (90). PLMRS AND SMR (INTERLEAVED) MOBILE, 30, 31, 43, 63. Public Mobile (22), Private Land Mobile (90). SMR MOBILE, 30, 43, 63. Private Land Mobile (90). PUBLIC SAFETY MOBILE. 30, 43, 63, 151, Public Mobile (22). CELLULAR MOBILE, 30, 63. Public Mobile (22). MOBILE, 30, 31, 63. Public Mobile (22), Private Land Mobile (90).SMR MOBILE, 30, 31, 63. Public Mobile (22), Private Land Mobile (90). PLMRS AND SMR (INTERLEAVED) MOBILE, 30, 31, 63. Public Mobile (22), Private Land Mobile (90). SMR MOBILE, 30, 63. Private Land Mobile (90). MOBILE, US116, US268, 30, 63, 151. Public Mobile (22). MOBILE, US116, US268. Public Mobile (22). MOBILE, US116, US268, 2. Private Land Mobile (90). MOBILE, US116, US268, 2. Personal Communications (24). 59, S5.150, US215, US218, US267, US275, 11. ISM Equipment (18), Private Land Mobile (90), Amateur (97). US116, US215, US268, 120, 2. Public Mobile (22), Private Land Mobile (90), Fixed Microwave (101) MOBILE, US116, US215, US268, 2. Private Land Mobile (90). MOBILE, US116, US215, US268, 2. Personal Communications (24). MOBILE, US116, US215, US268, 2. Public Mobile (22). US215, US268, 2, 120. Public Mobile (22), Fixed Microwave (101). MOBILE, US116, US215, US268, 2. Private Land Mobile (90 ) MOBILE, US116 US Personal Communications (24). US268, US301, US302, 2, 120. Public Mobile (22), Fixed Microwave (101) Public Mobile (22), International Fixed (23), Auxiliary Broadcast. (74), Fixed Microwave (101). RADIONAVIATION, S5.328, US224. Aviation (87). RADIONAVIATION-SATELLITE (space-to-earth), S5.333, 56, PS BAND Amateur, S Amateur (97) RADIONAVIATION, Radiolocation, 2, S5.149 MOBILE, RADIOLOCATION, 2, S5.149, S5.334, S5.339, US311, 27, 114 Fixed, Mobile, 2, S5.149, S5.339, US311, US351,27, 114. Note: MHz became on-federal overnment exclusive spectrum in January MOBILE, US350,S5.149, US5.339, US311, US351. Personal (95) EXPLORATION-SATELLITE (passive), RADIO ASTRONOMY, SPACE RESEARCH (passive), S5.341, US74, US246 OPERATION (Earth-to-space), MOBILE except aeronautical mobile, Fixed (telemetry), Land mobile (telemetry and telecommand), S Satellite Communications (25), Private Land Mobile (90), Note: MOBILE, Fixed (telemetry), Land mobile (telemetry and telecommand), US350, S5.341, US352. Private Land Mobile (90), Personal (95). MOBILE, Fixed (telemetry), Land mobile (telemetry and telecommand), S5.341, 30. Private Land Mobile (90), Note: MHz became mixed-use spectrum In January (aeronautical telemetry), S5.341, US78. Aviation (87) (space-to-earth), Mobile (aeronautical telemetry), S5.341, S5.351, US78. Satellite Communications (25), Aviation (87). (space-to-earth), MARITIME (space-to-earth), Mobile (aeronautical telemetry), S5.341, S5.351, US78, US315. (space-to-earth), MARITIME (space-to-earth), S5.341, S5.351, US315. Satellite Communications (25), Maritime (80) (space-to-earth), S5.341, S Satellite Communications (25), Maritime (80) (R) (space-to-earth), Mobile-satellite (space-to-earth), S5.341, S5.351, US308, US309. Aviation (87). (R) (space-to-earth), (space-to-earth), S5.341, S5.351, US308, US309. Aviation (87) (R) (space-to-earth), S5.341, S5.351, US308, US309. Aviation (87). RADIONAVIATION, RADIONAVIATION-SATELLITE (space-to-earth), S5.341, US208, US260. Aviation (87), Note: The NTIA Manual (footnote 126) states that differential PS stations may be authorized (Earth-to-space), RADIONAVIATION, RADIODETERMINATION-SATELLITE (Earth-to-space), US319, US260. Satellite Communications (25], Aviation (87). (Earth-to-space), RADIO ASTRONOMY, RADIONAVIATION, RADIODETERMINATION-SATELLITE (Earth-to-space), US319, US260, S5.341, S5.364, S5.366, S5.367, S5.368, S5.372, (Earth-to-space), RADIONAVIATION, RADIODETERMINATION-SATELLITE (Earth-to-space), Mobile-satellite (space-to-earth), US319, US260, (Earth-to-space), MARITIME (Earth-to-space), S5.341, S5.351, US315. Satellite Communications (25), (Earth-to-space), S5.341, S (R) (Earth-to-space), Mobile-satellite (Earth-to-space), S5.341, S5.351, US308, US309. Aviation (87) (Earth-to-space), (R) (Earth-to-space), S5.341, S5.351, US308, US309. (R) (Earth-to-space), RADIO ASTRONOMY, S5.149, S5.341, S5.351, US308, US309. ASTRONOMY, SPACE RESEARCH (passive), S5.341, US246. AIDS (radiosonde), RADIO ASTRONOMY, US74, S5.149, S5.341, US99. AIDS (radiosonde), METEOROLOICAL-SATELLITE (space-to-earth), S5.341, US211. Note: MHz became mixed-use spectrum in January AIDS (radiosonde) METEOROLOICAL-SATELLITE (space-to-earth), Fixed, 118, S5.289, S MOBILE, S5.341, US256. Note: Proceeds from the auction of the MHz mixed-use band are to be deposited not later than September 30, MOBILE, 42. MOBILE. Personal Communications (24). Fixed Microwave (101). MOBILE. RF Devices (15) MOBILE. Personal Communications (24). Fixed Microwave (101). (Earth-to-space), 156. Satellite Communications (25) OPERATION (Earth-to-space) (space-to-space), EARTH EXPLORATION-SATELLITE (Earth-to-space) (space-to-space), SPACE RESEARCH (Earth-to-space) (space-to-space), MOBILE, S5.391, S5.392, MOBILE, US252, 23. Public Mobile (22), Fixed Microwave (101), Note: MHz must be auctioned by 23. Domestic Public Fixed (21), Fixed Microwave (101). MOBILE, 153, 23. Domestic Public Fixed (21), Public Mobile (22), Fixed Microwave (101). (space-to-earth), 23, 168. Satellite Communications (25). OPERATION (space-to-earth) (space-to-space), EARTH EXPLORATION-SATELLITE (space-to-earth) (space-to-space), FIXED (line-of-sight only), MOBILE (line-of-sight only including aeronautical tele-metry, but MOBILE except aeronautical mobile, SPACE RESEARCH (deep space) (space-to-earth) Amateur (97), Note: MHz became non-federal overnment exclusive spectrum in August MOBILE except aeronautical mobile, RADIOLOCATION, Amateur, US338, 123. Wireless Communications (27), Amateur (97). MOBILE, RADIOLOCATION, BROADCASTI-SATELLITE, Fixed, Mobile, Radiolocation, US339, US328, US327, S5.396, 120, US338. Wireless Communications (27). Fixed, Mobile, Radiolocation, US327, US276, US328, S5.396 MOBILE, RADIOLOCATION, BROADCASTI-SATELLITE, Fixed, Mobile, Radiolocation, US339, US328, US327, S5.396, 120, US338. Wireless Communications (27). RADIOLOCATION, Fixed, 2, 120, US276. RADIOLOCATION, Fixed, MOBILE, US276 US276, 2, 120. Note: MHz will become non-federal overnment exclusive spectrum in January RF Devices (15), Amateur (97) S5.150, 123, S ISM Equipment (18), Amateur (97). S5.150, S5.282, 122. RF Devices (15), ISM Equipment (18), Amateur (97). Amateur, S5.150, S5.282, 2, 124. ISM Equipment (18), Amateur (97) MOBILE, Radiolocation, S5.150, US41. ISM Equipment (18), Private Land Mobile (90), Fixed Microwave (101). (space-to-earth), RADIODETERMINATION-SATELLITE (space-to- FIXED-SATELLITE (space-to-earth), MOBILE except aeronautical mobile, BROADCASTI-SATELLITE, S5.409, S5.411, US205, 101, 102. Domestic Public Fixed FIXED-SATELLITE (Earth-to-space), MOBILE except aeronautical mobile, BROADCASTI-SATELLITE, Earth exploration-satellite (passive), Radio astronomy, Space research (passive), US205, 101, 102. EXPLORATION-SATELLITE (passive), RADIO ASTRONOMY, SPACE RESEARCH (passive), US74, US246. RADIO-NAVIATION, METEOROLOICAL AIDS, Radiolocation, 2, S5.337, S5.423, US18, 15 RADIONAVIATION, Radiolocation, 56, S5.427, US44, US316. Maritime (80), Private Land Mobile (90).

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