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470 - 476 MHz
  • television channel 14
  • Land mobile within 80 km. (50 mi.) of the following cities [90.303]:
    • Boston, MA
    • Chicago, IL
    • Los Angeles, CA
    • Miami, FL
    • New York/N.E. NJ
    • Pittsburgh, PA
  • Biomedical telemetry devices [15.242(a)]
    476 - 482 MHz
  • television channel 15
  • Land mobile within 80 km. (50 mi.) of the following cities [90.303]:
    • Chicago, IL
    • New York/N.E. NJ
  • Land mobile in Zone C (west of longitude 94° 00') of the Southern Texas Offshore Zone [90.315]
  • Offshore Radio Telecommunications in Zone C (west of longitude 94° 00') of the Southern Texas Offshore Zone [22.1007(c)]
  • Biomedical telemetry devices [15.242(a)]
    482 - 488 MHz
  • television channel 16
  • Land mobile within 80 km. (50 mi.) of the following cities [90.303]:
    • Boston, MA
    • Dallas/Ft. Worth, TX
    • San Francisco/Oakland, CA
  • Public Safety users in 90.303
    • Los Angeles, CA
    • New York City Metropolitan area.
  • Land mobile in Zone B (between longitude 87° 45' and 95° 00') of the Southern Louisiana-Texas Offshore Zone [90.315]
  • Offshore Radio Telecommunications in Zone B (between longitude 87° 45' and 95° 00') of the Southern Louisiana-Texas Offshore Zone [22.1007(b)]
  • Biomedical telemetry devices [15.242(a)]
    488 - 494 MHz
  • television channel 17
  • Land mobile within 80 km. (50 mi.) of the following cities [90.303]:
    • Houston, TX
    • San Francisco/Oakland, CA
    • Wash., DC/MD/VA
  • Land mobile in Zone A (between longitude 87° 45' and 94° 00') of the Southern Louisiana Offshore Zone [90.315]
  • Offshore Radio Telecommunications in Zone A (between longitude 87° 45' and 94° 00') of the Southern Louisiana Offshore Zone [22.1007(a)]
  • In Hawaii, allocated exclusively to the fixed service for use by common carrier control and repeater stations for point-to-point inter-island communications only. [2.106 footnote NG66]
  • Biomedical telemetry devices [15.242(a)]
    494 - 500 MHz
  • television channel 18
  • Land mobile within 80 km. (50 mi.) of the following cities [90.303]:
    • Pittsburgh, PA
    • Wash., DC/MD/VA
  • Biomedical telemetry devices [15.242(a)]
    500 - 506 MHz
  • television channel 19
  • Land mobile within 80 km. (50 mi.) of the following city [90.303]:
    • Philadelphia, PA
  • Biomedical telemetry devices [15.242(a)]
    506 - 512 MHz
  • television channel 20
  • Land mobile within 80 km. (50 mi.) of the following cities [90.303]:
    • Los Angeles, CA
    • Philadelphia, PA
  • Biomedical telemetry devices [15.242(a)]
    512 - 518 MHz
  • television channel 21
  • Biomedical telemetry devices [15.242(a)]
    518 - 524 MHz
  • television channel 22
  • Biomedical telemetry devices [15.242(a)]
    524 - 530 MHz
  • television channel 23
  • Biomedical telemetry devices [15.242(a)]
    530 - 536 MHz
  • television channel 24
  • Biomedical telemetry devices [15.242(a)]
    536 - 542 MHz
  • television channel 25
  • Biomedical telemetry devices [15.242(a)]
    542 - 548 MHz
  • television channel 26
  • Biomedical telemetry devices [15.242(a)]
    548 - 554 MHz
  • television channel 27
  • Biomedical telemetry devices [15.242(a)]
    554 - 560 MHz
  • television channel 28
  • Biomedical telemetry devices [15.242(a)]
    560 - 566 MHz
  • television channel 29
  • Biomedical telemetry devices [15.242(a)]
    566 - 572 MHz
  • television channel 30
  • Biomedical telemetry devices [15.242(a)]
    572 - 578 MHz
  • television channel 31
  • Biomedical telemetry devices [15.242(a)]
    578 - 584 MHz
  • television channel 32
  • Biomedical telemetry devices [15.242(a)]
    584 - 590 MHz
  • television channel 33
  • Biomedical telemetry devices [15.242(a)]
    590 - 596 MHz
  • television channel 34
  • Biomedical telemetry devices [15.242(a)]
    596 - 602 MHz
  • television channel 35
  • Biomedical telemetry devices [15.242(a)]
    602 - 608 MHz
  • television channel 36
  • Biomedical telemetry devices [15.242(a)]
    608 - 614 MHz
  • Radio astronomy
  • Wireless Medical Telemetry Service [FCC News Release - June 8, 2000]
  • Biomedical telemetry devices [15.242(a)]
    614 - 620 MHz
  • television channel 38
  • Biomedical telemetry devices [15.242(a)]
    620 - 626 MHz
  • television channel 39
  • Biomedical telemetry devices [15.242(a)]
    626 - 632 MHz
  • television channel 40
  • Biomedical telemetry devices [15.242(a)]
    632 - 638 MHz
  • television channel 41
  • Biomedical telemetry devices [15.242(a)]
    638 - 644 MHz
  • television channel 42
  • Biomedical telemetry devices [15.242(a)]
    644 - 650 MHz
  • television channel 43
  • Biomedical telemetry devices [15.242(a)]
    650 - 656 MHz
  • television channel 44
  • Biomedical telemetry devices [15.242(a)]
    656 - 662 MHz
  • television channel 45
  • Biomedical telemetry devices [15.242(a)]
    662 - 668 MHz
  • television channel 46
  • Biomedical telemetry devices [15.242(a)]
    668 - 674 MHz
  • television channel 47
    674 - 680 MHz
  • television channel 48
    680 - 686 MHz
  • television channel 49
    686 - 692 MHz
  • television channel 50
    692 - 698 MHz
  • television channel 51
    698 - 704 MHz
  • television channel 52
    704 - 710 MHz
  • television channel 53
    710 - 716 MHz
  • television channel 54
    716 - 722 MHz
  • television channel 55
    722 - 728 MHz
  • television channel 56
    728 - 734 MHz
  • television channel 57
    734 - 740 MHz
  • television channel 58
    740 - 746 MHz
  • television channel 59
    746 - 752 MHz
  • television channel 60
  • FCC adopts rules for licensing of commercial use [Part 27]
    • News Release, January 6, 2000
    • FCC 00-5 as text or doc, Adopted: January 6, 2000 Released: January 7, 2000
    752 - 758 MHz
  • television channel 61
  • FCC adopts rules for licensing of commercial use [Part 27]
    • News Release, January 6, 2000
    • FCC 00-5 as text or doc, Adopted: January 6, 2000 Released: January 7, 2000
    758 - 764 MHz
  • television channel 62
  • FCC adopts rules for licensing of commercial use [Part 27]
    • News Release, January 6, 2000
    • FCC 00-5 as text or doc, Adopted: January 6, 2000 Released: January 7, 2000
    764 - 770 MHz
  • television channel 63
  • FCC designates for Public Safety use [FCC 97-421; adopted December 31, 1997; released January 6, 1998] - Base stations
  • 767 - 773 MHz proposed for broadband use assigned to a single, national public safety licensee [FCC 06-181, Adopted and released December 20, 2006]
    770 - 776 MHz
  • television channel 64
  • FCC designates for Public Safety use [FCC 97-421; adopted December 31, 1997; released January 6, 1998] - Base stations
  • 767 - 773 MHz proposed for broadband use assigned to a single, national public safety licensee [FCC 06-181, Adopted and released December 20, 2006]
    776 - 782 MHz
  • television channel 65
  • FCC adopts rules for licensing of commercial use [Part 27]
    • News Release, January 6, 2000
    • FCC 00-5 as text or doc, Adopted: January 6, 2000 Released: January 7, 2000
    782 - 788 MHz
  • television channel 66
  • FCC adopts rules for licensing of commercial use [Part 27]
    • News Release, January 6, 2000
    • FCC 00-5 as text or doc, Adopted: January 6, 2000 Released: January 7, 2000
    788 - 794 MHz
  • television channel 67
  • FCC adopts rules for licensing of commercial use [Part 27]
    794 - 800 MHz
  • television channel 68
  • FCC designates for Public Safety use [FCC 97-421; adopted December 31, 1997; released January 6, 1998] - Mobiles
  • 797 - 803 MHz proposed for broadband use assigned to a single, national public safety licensee [FCC 06-181, Adopted and released December 20, 2006]
    800 - 806 MHz
  • television channel 69
  • FCC designates for Public Safety use [FCC 97-421; adopted December 31, 1997; released January 6, 1998] - Mobiles
  • 797 - 803 MHz proposed for broadband use assigned to a single, national public safety licensee [FCC 06-181, Adopted and released December 20, 2006]

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