List of low power broadcasting stations in frequency bands 41-230 Mc/s
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Published by International Telecommunication Union .
Written in English


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Statementcompiled by the International Frequency Registration Board (I.F.R.B.) pursuant to Resolution no. 3 of the European VHF/UHF Broadcasting Conference, Stockholm, 1961.
ContributionsInternational Frequency Registration Board., European VHF/UHF Broadcasting Conference (1961 : Stockholm)
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Open LibraryOL21404385M

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BROADCASTING FIXED MOBILE FIXED MOBILE BROADCASTING LAND MOBILE NG MHz Public safety MHz Public Safety Industrial Industrial; FIXED MOBILE See Section of the NTIA Manual for Channeling Plan. AMATEUR AMATEUR BROADCASTING. Contents[show] Pre-broadcasting frequency allocation rules The first law which governed assignment of frequencies to radio transmitting stations was enacted in It divided the radio spectrum into four portions: A government band from to meters ( to khz) chosen for its groundwave coverage. Two commercial-use bands: Above meters (below khz (which had even better. 50 WISC CBS Madison (Madison-West) 43 03 21 89 32 06 66 WISC-CBS MyN LPTV and Translator Stations: (alpha by location, numeric by channel) 45 W45CI Fox Ashland 46 35 24 90 50 06 analog 45 KQDS-FOX 43 WRPQ-LP My Fam Baraboo (Baraboo Bluffs) 43 25 40 89 39 14 analog 43 WRPQ-My Fam 22 W22CI-D PBS Bloomington 42 54 12 90 57 01 29 WHLA-PBS File Size: 85KB. In the s, radio and electronic capabilities were fairly limited, hence the relatively low frequencies for AM radio. Television stations were pretty much non-existent until or so, which is when the FCC allocated commercial broadcast bands for TV. By , a million people owned TV sets, and by there were 10 million TVs in America.

  You need only register once for each band. – 1 W EIRP maximum. – KHz: 5 W EIRP maximum, except in Alaska within miles of Russia where the power limit is 1 W EIRP. Meters ( MHz). The FCC also offers a slightly different form of low power community radio called TIS or Travelers Information Stations, also called Highway Advisory Radio, for the purpose of disseminating information by broadcast radio to travelers. While this service is not available to individuals or groups, governmental entities and park districts may use. Here's a way to build your own high school radio station or college radio station when full power facilities are unable to be built due to budget or available frequency limitations. Businesses and merchants often use this same license free broadcasting . The most popular frequency bands available on satellite are L band, S band, C band, X band, Ku band, k band and Ka bands. C band Satellite will usually will have to GHz frequency range in the uplink and to GHz frequency range in the downlink.

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