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Visual and Aural Television Frequencies Listed by Channel Number.
 
Channels 52-69 to be Reallocated

PLEASE NOTE: SOME CHANNELS MAY BE "OFFSET" 10KHz TO PREVENT CO-CHANNEL INTERFERENCE 
THE LOWER EDGE OF A TV CANNEL IS 1.25 MHz BELOW THE VISUAL CARRIER FREQUENCY
THE UPPER EDGE OF A TV CHANNEL IS  0. 25 MHz ABOVE THE AURAL CARRIER FREQUENCY
Channel Number Video Frequency Sound Frequency Channel Number Video Frequency Sound Frequency
           
2 55.25 59.75 44 651.25 655.75
3 61.25 65.75 45 657.25 661.75
4 67.25 71.75 46 663.25 667.75
5 77.25 81.75 47 669.25 673.75
6 83.25 87.75 48 675.25 679.75
7 175.25 179.75 49 681.25 685.75
8 181.25 185.75 50 687.25 691.75
9 187.25 191.75 51 693.25 697.75
10 193.25 197.75 52 ** 699.25 703.75
11 199.25 203.75 53 ** 705.25 709.75
12 205.25 209.75 54 ** 711.25 715.75
13 211.25 215.75 55 ** 717.25 721.75
14 471.25 475.75 56 ** 723.25 727.75
15 477.25 481.75 57 ** 729.25 733.75
16 483.25 487.75 58 ** 735.25 739.75
17 489.25 493.75 59 ** 741.25 745.75
18 495.25 499.75 60 * 747.25 751.75
19 501.25 505.75 61 * 753.25 757.75
20 507.25 511.75 62 * 759.25 763.75
21 513.25 517.75 63 * 765.25 769.75
22 519.25 523.75 64 * 771.25 775.75
23 525.25 529.75 65 * 777.25 781.75
24 531.25 535.75 66 * 783.25 787.75
25 537.25 541.75 67 * 789.25 793.75
26 543.25 547.75 68 * 795.25 799.75
27 549.25 553.75 69 * 801.25 805.75
28 555.25 559.75 70 807.25 811.75
29 561.25 565.75 71 813.25 817.75
30 567.25 571.75 72 819.25 823.75
31 573.25 577.75 73 825.25 829.75
32 579.25 583.75 74 831.25 835.75
33 585.25 589.75 75 837.25 841.75
34 591.25 595.75 76 843.25 847.75
35 597.25 601.75 77 849.25 853.75
36 603.25 607.75 78 855.25 859.75
37 606.25 610.75 79 861.25 865.75
38 615.25 619.75 80 867.25 871.75
39 621.25 625.75 81 873.25 877.75
40 627.25 631.75 82 879.25 883.75
41 633.25 637.75 83 885.25 889.75
42 639.25 643.75      

43

645.25 649.75      

NTSC  CONTOURS
Channels Grade B
Service Contour
Grade A
Service Contour
City Grade
Service Contour
Channels 2 through 6 47 dBu 68 dBu 74 dBu
Channels 7 through 13 56 dBu 71 dBu 77 dBu
Channels 14 through 69 64 dBu 74 dBu 80 dBu

 

DIGITAL TV CONTOURS
Channels Grade B
Service Contour
Grade A
Service Contour
City Grade
Service Contour
Channels 2 through 6 - dBu - dBu 35 dBu
Channels 7 through 13 - dBu - dBu 43 dBu
Channels 14 through 69 - dBu - dBu 48 dBu

Link to TV Station Directory and Stats 

* Channels 60-69 will become the 700 MHz Band  700 MHz Band & Auction  ET Docket No. 97-157 60-69  


** March 15, 2001:   The Federal Communications Commission took its first steps to auction airwaves used by television broadcasters on Channels 52 through 59, sought by mobile-phone carriers such as Nextel Communications.   The agency proposed rules to make the TV spectrum available for mobile or other wireless services. It is seeking comment on whether it should help broadcasters relinquish the frequencies. The FCC plans to let broadcasters and phone companies work out agreements to clear the spectrum.

This Spectrum will become available as broadcasters switch to higher-quality digital signals and shut off analog signals. The move will occur when 85 percent of consumers have digital TV receivers, or by 2006, whichever is later.

Almost all wireless mics operate on the same frequencies as TV stations. The TV stations are licensed by the FCC and are running at very high power levels. Virtually all wireless mics are not licensed, and must accept any interference they get from TV stations. For this reason, a wireless mic that works fine in one city, may not work in another.

As new stations go on the air, your wireless mic may become useless. It is important to understand this, because every TV station in the country is getting a new frequency for digital TV broadcasting. Only some of these new transmitters are on the air yet, but in the 2006,  they should all be on the air. Check with all your local TV stations to determine what new channels have been assigned to them for digital broadcasting, and when they expect to be on the air. Most manufacturers can switch your existing wireless mics to different frequencies if needed. It would be wise to determine today if your existing mics will have problems so you can get them changed at your leisure, and not in a panic after they fail.


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SPAN = 2 MHz / Div        VERT. SCALE = 10 db / div
90% of the transmitted HDTV Power (enhanced area) should
fall within 5.39 MHz of a 6 MHz wide Television channel.
The ATSC Pilot appears as a peak in the upper left corner.


A TV station must be digital-only to force a cable system to carry its digital signal - FCC

CABLE TV CHANNELS

CATV
Channel
Video Frequency Sound Frequency
SUB-Band CATV Channels
T7 7.0000 11.5000
T8 13.0000 17.5000
T9 19.0000 23.5000
T10 25.0000 29.5000
T11 31.0000 35.5000
T12 37.0000 41.5000
T13 43.0000 47.5000
LOW BAND 
2 55.2500 59.7500
3 61.2500 65.7500
4 67.2500 71.7500
5 77.2500 81.7500
6 83.2500 87.7500
MID BAND
95 91.2500 95.7500
96 97.2500 101.7500
97 103.2500 107.7500
98 109.2750 113.7750
99 115.2750 119.7750
14 121.2625 125.7625
15 127.2625 131.7625
16 133.2625 137.7625
17 139.2500 143.7500
18 145.2500 149.7500
19 151.2500 155.7500
20 157.2500 161.7500
21 163.2500 167.7500
22 169.2500 173.7500
HIGH BAND
7 175.2500 179.7500
8 181.2500 185.7500
9 187.2500 191.7500
10 193.2500 197.7500
11 199.2500 203.7500
12 205.2500 209.7500
13 211.2500 215.7500
SUPER BAND
23 217.2500 221.7500
24 223.2500 227.7500
25 229.2625 233.7625
26 235.2625 239.7625
27 241.2625 245.7625
28 247.2625 251.7625
29 253.2625 257.7625
30 259.2625 263.7625
31 265.2625 269.7625
32 271.2625 275.7625
33 277.2625 281.7625
34 283.2625 287.7625
35 289.2625 293.7625
36 295.2625 299.7625
HYPER BAND
37 301.2625 305.7625
38 307.2625 311.7625
39 313.2625 317.7625
40 319.2625 323.7625
41 325.2625 329.7625
42 331.2750 335.7750
43 337.2625 341.7625
44 343.2625 347.7625
45 349.2625 353.7625
46 355.2625 359.7625
47 361.2625 365.7625
48 367.2625 371.7625
49 373.2625 377.7625
50 379.2625 383.7625
51 385.2625 389.7625
52 391.2625 395.7625
53 397.2625 401.7625
54 403.2500 407.7500
55 409.2500 413.7500
56 415.2500 419.7500
57 421.2500 425.7500
58 427.2500 431.7500
59 433.2500 437.7500
60 439.2500 443.7500
61 445.2500 449.7500
62 451.2500 455.7500
63 457.2500 461.7500
64 463.2500 467.7500

ULTRA BAND

65 469.2500 473.7500
66 475.2500 479.7500
67 481.2500 485.7500
68 487.2500 491.7500
69 493.2500 497.7500
70 499.2500 503.7500
71 505.2500 509.7500
72 511.2500 515.7500
73 517.2500 521.7500
74 523.2500 527.7500
75 529.2500 533.7500
76 535.2500 539.7500
77 541.2500 545.7500
78 547.2500 551.7500
79 553.2500 557.7500
80 559.2500 563.7500
81 565.2500 569.7500
82 571.2500 575.7500
83 577.2500 581.7500
84 583.2500 587.7500
85 589.2500 593.7500
86 595.2500 599.7500
87 601.2500 605.7500
88 607.2500 611.7500
89 613.2500 617.7500
90 619.2500 623.7500
91 625.2500 629.7500
92 631.2500 635.7500
93 637.2500 641.7500
94 643.2500 647.7500
100 649.2500 653.7500
101 655.2500 659.7500
102 661.2500 665.7500
103 667.2500 671.7500
104 673.2500 677.7500
105 679.2500 683.7500
106 685.2500 689.7500
107 691.2500 695.7500
108 697.2500 701.7500
109 703.2500 707.7500
110 709.2500 713.7500
111 715.2500 719.7500
112 721.2500 725.7500
113 727.2500 731.7500
114 733.2500 737.7500
115 739.2500 743.7500
116 745.2500 749.7500
117 751.2500 755.7500
118 757.2500 761.7500
119 763.2500 767.7500
120 769.2500 773.7500
121 775.2500 779.7500
122 781.2500 785.7500
123 787.2500 791.7500
124 793.2500 797.7500
125 799.2500 803.7500
126 805.2500 809.7500
127 811.2500 815.7500
128 817.2500 821.7500
129 823.2500 827.7500
130 829.2500 833.7500
131 835.2500 839.7500
132 841.2500 845.7500
133 847.2500 851.7500
134 853.2500 857.7500
135 859.2500 863.7500
136 865.2500 869.7500
137 871.2500 875.7500
138 877.2500 881.7500
139 883.2500 887.7500
140 889.2500 893.7500
141 895.2500 899.7500
142 901.2500 905.7500
143 907.2500 911.7500
144 913.2500 917.7500
145 919.2500 923.7500
146 925.2500 929.7500
147 931.2500 935.7500
148 937.2500 941.7500
149 943.2500 947.7500
150 949.2500 953.7500
151 955.2500 959.7500
152 961.2500 965.7500
153 967.2500 971.7500
154 973.2500 977.7500
155 979.2500 983.7500
156 985.2500 989.7500
157 991.2500 995.7500
158 997.2500 1001.7500

 

 


 

1940 Television & FM Radio Frequencies (changed on 2/25/1946)

FM Radio and Television Frequencies as of 1940

FM RADIO (1940): 42 to 50 Megacycles    
.
TELEVISION FREQUENCIES (1940):

.
Channel   1     50 - 56  Mcs NBC, New York; WEBR, Inc., Buffalo; Stromberg-Carlson, Rochester
Channel   2     66 - 72  Mcs CBS, New York
Channel   3     72 - 78  Mcs Jamaica Radio & Television Co., Jamaica NY; GE, Schenectady
Channel   4     78 - 84  Mcs DuMont, New York
Channel   5     84 - 90  Mcs Bremer Broadcasting Corp., Newark
Channel   6     96-102 Mcs Bamberger Broadcasting Service, New York
Channel   7   102-108 Mcs
Channel   8   162-168 Mcs Metropolitan Television Inc., New York
Channel   9   180-186 Mcs Philco Radio and Television Corp., New York
Channel 10   186-192 Mcs
Channel 11   204-210 Mcs
Channel 12   210-216 Mcs
Channel 13   234-240 Mcs Westchester Broadcasting Co., White Plains
Channel 14   240-246 Mcs
Channel 15   258-264 Mcs Blue Network Co., Inc., New York
Channel 16   264-270 Mcs
Channel 17   282-288 Mcs MGM-Lowe's Pix Corp., New York
Channel 18   288-294 Mcs


In 1945, the FCC decided to move the 42-50 Mcs FM radio to 88-106 Mcs  (later 88-108 MHz). 

Because FM broadcasting would be vacating 42-50 Mcs, TV Channel 1 was moved down to 44-50 Mcs in the old FM band.  The TV & FM Radio Allocations which went into effect on February 25, 1946 (mybd), were as follows:
.
New FM radio band:  88-106 Mcs

Channel 1  44 - 50 Mcs
Channel 2  54-60 Mcs 
Channel 3  60-66 Mcs
Channel 4  66-72 Mcs 
Channel 5  76-82 Mcs 
Channel 6  82-88 Mcs
Channels 7-13 as presently assigned

Although several television stations were scheduled to move to to the new Channel 1, no TV stations ever broadcast on 44 - 50 Mcs.  

It could not be used immediately because it was necessary for all existing FM stations to move out of the 42-50 Mcs spectrum to the 88-106 Mcs FM Band.  

When all the FM stations finally did move, the FCC decided to re-allocate 44 - 50 Mcs to other services.   Thus, Channel 1 disappeared.

There was no renumbering of the remaining channels.

 


AM CLEAR-CHANNEL STATIONS
Channel Type Frequency
(kHz)
Available
Classes
Assignment
Old class designation in ( )
Clear 540 A,B,D CBK, Watrous, SA, CANADA
XEWA, San Luis Potosi, SL, MEXICO,150kw
Clear 640 A,B,D KFI, Los Angeles, CA: Class A (I-A)
KYUK, Bethel, AK: Class A (I-N)
Clear 650 A,B,D WSM, Nashville, TN: Class A (I-A)
KENY, Anchorage, AK: Class A (I-N)
Clear 660 A,B,D WFAN, New York, NY: Class A (I-A)
KFAR, Fairbanks, AK: Class A (I-N)
Clear 670 A,B,D WMAQ, Chicago, IL: Class A (I-A)
KDLG, Dillingham, AK: Class (I-N)
KBOI, Boise, Idaho: Class B (II-A)
Clear 680 A,B,D KNBR, San Francisco, CA: Class A (I-B)
KBRW, Barrow, AK: Class A (I-N)
Clear 690 A,B,D CINF, Montreal, QU, Canada, non-directional
XETRA, Tiajuana, BN, Mexico, directional day & night with separate patterns. 100kw day/50kw night
Clear 700 A,B,D WLW, Cincinatti, OH: Class A (I-A)
KBYR, Anchorage, AK: Class A (I-N)
Clear 710 A,B,D WOR, New York, NY: Class A (I-B)
:KIRO, Seattle, WA: Class A (I-B)
Clear 720 A,B,D WGN, Chicago, IL: Class A (I-A)
KOTZ, Kotzebue, AK: Class A (I-N)
KDWN, Las Vegas, NV: Class B (II-A)
Clear 730 A,B,D XEX, Mexico, DF, Mexico, non-directional, 100kw
Clear 740 A,B,D CHWO, Toronto, ON, Canada, non-directional
Clear 750 A,B,D WSB, Atlanta, GA: Class A (I-A)
KFQD, Anchorage, AK: Class A (I-N)
Clear 760 A,B,D WJR, Detroit, MI: Class A (I-A)
Clear 770 A,B,D WABC, New York, NY: Class A (I-A)
KKOB, Albuquerque, NM: Class B (II-A)
Clear 780 A,B,D WBBM, Chicago, IL: Class A (I-A)
KNOM, Nome, AK: Class A (I-N)
KKOH, Reno, NV: Class B (II-A)
Clear 800 A,B,D

XEROK, Cuidad Juarez, CH, MEXICO, 150kw

Clear 810 A,B,D KGO, San Francisco, CA: Class A (I-B)
WGY, Schenectady, NY: Class A (I-B)
Clear 820 A,B,D WBAP, Fort Worth, TX: Class A (I-A)
KCBF, Fairbanks, AK: Class A (I-N)
Clear 830 A,B,D WCCO, Minneapolis, MN: Class A (I-A)
Clear 840 A,B,D WHAS, Louisville, KY: Class A (I-A)
KABN, Long Island, AK: Class A (I-N)
Clear 850 A,B,D KOA, Denver, CO: Class A (I-B)
KICY, Nome, AK: Class A (I-N)
Clear 860 A,B,D

CJBC, Toronto, ON, CANADA

Clear 870 A,B,D WWL, New Orleans, LA: Class A (I-A)
KSKO, McGrath, AK: Class A (I-N)
Clear 880 A,B,D WCBS, New York, NY: Class A (I-A)
KRVN, Lexington, NE: Class B (II-A)
Clear 890 A,B,D WLS, Chicago, IL: Class A (I-A)
KBBI, Homer, AK: Class A (I-N)
KDXU, St. George, UT: Class B (II-A)
Clear 940 A,B,D

CINW, Montreal, QU, CANADA
XEQ, Mexico, DF, Mexico, 150kw day/50kw night

Clear 990 A,B,D

CBW, Winnipeg, MB, CANADA

Clear 1000 A,B,D WLUP, Chicago, IL: Class A (I-A)
KOMO, Seattle, WA: Class A (I-B)
Clear 1010 A,B,D

WINS-50kw, NY, Canada, Mexico

Clear 1020 A,B,D KDKA, Pittsburgh, PA: Class A (I-A)
KCKN, Roswell, NM: Class B (II-A)
KAXX, Eagle River, AK: Class A (I-N)
Clear 1030 A,B,D WBZ, Boston, MA: Class A (I-A)
KTWO, Casper, WY: Class B (II-A)
Clear 1040 A,B,D WHO, Des Moines, IA: Class A (I-A)
Clear 1050 A,B,D

XEG, Monterrey, NL, Mexico, 150kw
shared with class II US:
WEVD, New York, NY, directional day and night

Clear 1060 A,B,D KYW, Philadelphia, PA: Class A (I-B)
Clear 1070 A,B,D KNX, Los Angeles, CA: Class A (I-B)
Clear 1080 A,B,D WTIC, Hartford, CT: Class A (I-B)
KRLD, Dallas, TX: Class A (I-B)
KASH, Anchorage, AK: Class A (I-N)
Clear 1090 A,B,D KAAY, Little Rock, AR: Class A (I-B)
WBAL, Baltimore, MD: Class A (I-B)
Clear 1100 A,B,D WTAM, Cleveland, OH: Class A (I-A)
KNZZ, Grand Junction, CO: Class B (II-A)
Clear 1110 A,B,D WBT, Charlotte, NC: Class A (I-B)
KFAB, Omaha, NE: Class A (I-B)
Clear 1120 A,B,D KMOX, St. Louis, MO: Class A (I-A)
KPNW, Eugene, OR: Class B (II-A)
Clear 1130 A,B,D KWKH, Shreveport, LA: Class A (I-B)
WNEW, New York, NY: Class A (I-B)
Clear 1140 A,B,D WRVA, Richmond, VA: Class A (I-B)
Clear 1160 A,B,D KSL, Salt Lake City, UT: Class A (I-A)
Clear 1170 A,B,D KVOO, Tulsa, OK: Class A (I-B)
WWVA, Wheeling, WV: Class A (I-B)
KJNP, North Pole, AK: Class A (I-N)
Clear 1180 A,B,D WHAM, Rochester, NY: Class A (I-A)
KOFI, Kalispell, MT: Class B (II-A)
Clear 1190 A,B,D KEX, Portland, OR: Class A (I-B)
Clear 1200 A,B,D WOAI, San Antonio, TX: Class A (I-A)
Clear 1210 A,B,D WPHT, Philadelphia, PA: Class A (I-A)
KGYN, Guymon, OK: Class B (II-A)
Clear 1220 A,B,D XEB, Mexico, DF, Mexico, 150kw
Clear 1500 A,B,D WTOP, Washington, DC: Class A (I-B)
KSTP, St. Paul, MN: Class A (I-B)
Clear 1510 A,B,D WLAC, Nashville, TN: Class A (I-B)
KGA, Spokane, WA: Class A (I-B)
Clear 1520 A,B,D WWKB, Buffalo, NY: Class A (I-B)
KOMA, Oklahoma City, OK: Class A (I-B)
Clear 1530 A,B,D KFBK, Sacramento, CA: Class A (I-B)
WCKY, Cincinatti, OH: Class A (I-B)
Clear 1540 A,B,D KXEL, Waterloo, IA: Class A (I-B)
Clear 1550 A,B,D U.S. Class I-B:
KFBK, Sacramento, CA, directional day and night, but different patterns; 
WSAI, Cincinnati, OH, directional night
Clear 1560 A,B,D KNZR, Bakersfield, CA: Class A (I-B)
WQEW, New York, NY: Class A (I-B)
Clear 1570 A,B,D XERF, Ciudad Acuna, CI, Mexico, non-directional, 250kw , but operating at 50kw
Clear 1580 A,B,D CBJ, Chicoutimi, QU, Canada, directional pattern


MARINE VHF Frequencies

Channel  Ship      Ship      Use
Number   Transmit  Receive 
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
01A      156.050   156.050   Port Operations and Commercial. VTS in selected areas.
05A      156.250   156.250   Port Operations.  VTS in Seattle
06       156.300   156.300   Intership Safety
07A      156.350   156.350   Commercial
08       156.400   156.400   Commercial (Intership only)
09       156.450   156.450   Boater Calling.  Commercial and Non-Commercial.
10       156.500   156.500   Commercial
11       156.550   156.550   Commercial.  VTS in selected areas.
12       156.600   156.600   Port Operations.  VTS in selected areas.
13       156.650   156.650   Intership Navigation Safety (Bridge-to-bridge). Ships
                             >20m length maintain listening watch on this channel in
                             US waters.
14       156.700   156.700   Port Operations.  VTS in selected areas.
15          --     156.750   Environmental (Receive only). Used by Class C EPIRBs.
16       156.800   156.800   International Distress, Safety and Calling. Ships required
                             to carry radio, USCG, and most coast stations maintain
                             listening watch on this channel.
17       156.850   156.850   State Control
18A      156.900   156.900   Commercial
19A      156.950   156.950   Commercial
20       157.000   161.600   Port Operations (duplex)
20A      157.000   157.000   Port Operations
21A      157.050   157.050   U.S. Government only
22A      157.100   157.100   Coast Guard Liaison and Maritime Safety Information Broadcasts.
                             Broadcasts announced on channel 16.
23A      157.150   157.150   U.S. Government only
24       157.200   161.800   Public Correspondence (Marine Operator)
25       157.250   161.850   Public Correspondence (Marine Operator)
26       157.300   161.900   Public Correspondence (Marine Operator)
27       157.350   161.950   Public Correspondence (Marine Operator)
28       157.400   162.000   Public Correspondence (Marine Operator)
63A      156.175   156.175   Port Operations and Commercial. VTS in selected areas.
65A      156.275   156.275   Port Operations
66A      156.325   156.325   Port Operations
67       156.375   156.375   Commercial. Used for Bridge-to-bridge communications in
                             lower Mississippi River.  Intership only.
68       156.425   156.425   Non-Commercial
69       156.475   156.475   Non-Commercial
70       156.525   156.525   Digital Selective Calling (voice communications not allowed)
71       156.575   156.575   Non-Commercial
72       156.625   156.625   Non-Commercial (Intership only)
73       156.675   156.675   Port Operations
74       156.725   156.725   Port Operations
77       156.875   156.875   Port Operations (Intership only)
78A      156.925   156.925   Non-Commercial
79A      156.975   156.975   Commercial
80A      157.025   157.025   Commercial
81A      157.075   157.075   U.S. Government only - Environmental protection operations.
82A      157.125   157.125   U.S. Government only
83A      157.175   157.175   U.S. Government only
84       157.225   161.825   Public Correspondence (Marine Operator)
85       157.275   161.875   Public Correspondence (Marine Operator)
86       157.325   161.925   Public Correspondence (Marine Operator)
87       157.375   161.975   Public Correspondence (Marine Operator)
88       157.425   162.025   Public Correspondence in selected areas only.
88A      157.425   157.425   Commercial, Intership only. 

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NOAA Weather Radio Frequencies

WX1 -- 162.550
WX2 -- 162.400
WX3 -- 162.475
WX4 -- 162.425
WX5 -- 162.450
WX6 -- 162.500
WX7 -- 162.525

"SAME" codes


 

Family Radio Service

Chan Freq. Chan Freq.
(1) 462.5625 (8) 467.5625
(2) 462.5875 (9) 467.5875
(3) 462.6125 (10) 467.6125
(4) 462.6375 (11) 467.6375
(5) 462.6625 (12) 467.6625
(6) 462.6875 (13) 467.6875
(7) 462.7125 (14) 467.7125

 

General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS)

462.550  462.575 462.600 462.6250 462.650
462.675 462.700 462.725 462.5625 462.5875
462.6125 462.6375 462.6625  462.6875 462.7125

        

GMRS / FRS info


License-Free, 2 watts max ERP

Multi-Use Radio Service (MURS)

151.820 151.880 151.940 154.570 154.600

MURS:  FCC    Yahoo Groups Discussion Site 

A new section 95.632 is added as follows:  95.632 MURS transmitter frequencies. (a) The MURS transmitter channel frequencies are 151.820 MHz, 151.880 MHz, 151.940 MHz, 154.570 MHz, 154.600 MHz. (b) The authorized bandwidth is 11.25 kHz on frequencies 151.820 MHz, 151.880 MHz and 151.940 MHz. The authorized bandwidth is 12.5 kHz on frequencies 154.570 and 154.600 kHz. (c) MURS transmitters must maintain a frequency stability of 5.0 ppm, or 2.0 ppm if designed to operate with a 6.25 kHz bandwidth.


U. S. "Citizen's Band" (11 Meter Band)

Ch. Frequency Ch. Frequency Ch. Frequency Ch. Frequency
01 26.9650 11 27.0850 21 27.2150 31 27.3150
02 26.9750 12 27.1050 22 27.2250 32 27.3250
03 26.9850 13 27.1150 23 27.2550 33 27.3350
04 27.0050 14 27.1250 24 27.2350 34 27.3450
05 27.0150 15 27.1350 25 27.2450 35 27.3550
06 27.0250 16 27.1550 26 27.2650 36 27.3650
07 27.0350 17 27.1650 27 27.2750 37 27.3750
08 27.0550 18 27.1750 28 27.2850 38 27.3850
09 27.0650 19 27.1850 29 27.2950 39 27.3950
10 27.0750 20 27.2050 30 27.3050 40 27.4050

AMERICAN PCS/GSM CELL PHONE BAND



PCS/GSM Cell Phone Sites transmit 80 MHz above the Cell Phones, with 400
watts CDMA, and 800 watts TDMA average EIRP (1,640 watts max.)


 CAUTION:  STAY CLEAR OF PCS CELL PHONE SITE ANTENNAS 
The radiation in an operational system is similar
to that of a MICROWAVE OVEN!  (1)

 Stay clear of antenna radiation when servicing your 
 tower to avoid medical problems,  including  infertility.

THE SAME APPLIES TO ITFS, MDS, MMDS, XM-RADIO & SIRIUS REPEATERS, and WIRELESS CABLE SITES

(1) The Power Radiated from a PCS Antenna with only one transmitter operating, can legally be 1,640 watts.  This is  328,000 times more Power than the maximum allowable leakage  from a Microwave Oven in the U.S., and 1,640,000 times greater than allowed in Russia ( 0.001 watts ).  Russian workers are required to wear special goggles any time they are temporarily exposed to a microwave radiation level of 1 milliwatt per square centimeter.

Under U.S. Federal guidelines set by the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), the maximum allowable leakage from a microwave oven [after the sale] is 5 milliwatts [or 5 thousandths of a watt] per square centimeter [or within the area the size of an aspirin tablet].  

Russian scientists have focused their efforts on the effects of prolonged or repeated exposure to low levels of microwaves. Their studies show that long-term exposure to low levels of microwave energy could result in unpleasant effects that are not attributable to the thermal (heating) effect alone. So, the Russians and other European countries have set their own strict guidelines for microwave safety, concluding that Western safety standards are simply not safe.  


DNA, RNA, MYELIN, Cancer & Cell Phones and Cell Phone Towers  

FCC RF Safety Program 

Microwave News 

National Radiological Protection Board 

International Electromagnetic Fields Project 

Cell Phone Hazards 

World Health Organization 

National Cancer Institute 

Electric and Magnetic Fields Research 

NEW ZEALAND: CELL SITE DANGERS - Part 1 
 
NEW ZEALAND: CELL SITE DANGERS - Part 2 

Cites & Studies (REASONS) FOR LOWERING RF/MW TO REDUCE HEALTH RISKS 

Cell Phones: Convenience or 21st Century Plague?  

Cellular Phone Dangers 

FDA Consumer Update on Mobile Phones  

Mobile Phone Electromagnetic Fields Affect Body Cells 

Cellular Phones, Mobile and Base Station Antenna Radiation and Human Health 

COSMETOLOGY:  MICROWAVE HAIR REMOVAL - Still think Microwaves Can't Damage Human Cells?  

EFFECTS OF HIGH and VERY LOW POWER  RF - DNA strand breakage, chromosome aberrations, increased oncogene activity in cells, reduced Melatonin, altered brain activity, altered blood pressure and increased brain cancer.

>>>>
ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS DOUBLE SUICIDE RISK <<<<- Reduced Melatonin & Seratonin Levels

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Dr John Goldsmith, M.D., M.P.H., Dept. of Epidemiology & Health Svs. Evaluation, Ben Gurion Univ., Israel (deceased):

"With radio frequency the personnel of the US Embassy in Moscow, it wasn't clear why they (U.S.S.R.) decided to do this.

And it wasn't until the ambassador came down with leukemia and then the second ambassador who replaced him later came down with leukemia, that serious attention was felt and blood samples were sent back to the U.S. and they were found to show increased frequency of DNA abnormalities, a failure to reproduce.

The radio frequency sickness syndrome , which the Russians felt was one of the bases for their health protection guidelines - which were much lower than in the West - was reproduced in the Embassy staff, according to the criteria that was used in the survey.

So one of the mysteries of the cold war - Why did the Russians irradiate the U.S. Embassy? - could be answered: Because they wanted to produce this interference with the ability to concentrate, the ability to think, the ability to sleep, which were aspects of the radio frequency sickness syndrome which they defined previously under experimental conditions.

They succeeded not only in doing it, they succeeded in getting the leading U.S. epidemiologist to document it, and then to ignore it!"


Author's Opinion:  

Specific energy Absorption Rate (SAR) is averaged over the entire body.  You might then consider that looking into a LASER is ok.  Why??  Because the SAR is low.  But ionizing and non-ionizing radiation is like apples and oranges, but each is a form of radiation.  See how data can be manipulated? 

Another overlooked but primary possible danger to Human Health is the "Packet Rate" that is used for Digital Communications, This is not just limited to Cell Phones. "Packet Rates" that fall in the INFRASOUND Range appear to be the most harmful, even at very low power levels.  Try telling a person heaving his lunch overboard on a rough sea that Ultra Low Waves (Pun Intended),  the rocking of the boat, doesn't affect health. 

Virtually all research mentions SAR, but to "heat" human tissue requires (external) molecular excitation. Simply stated, they are shoved around and into each other so fiercely, that they produce heat.  

Have you ever watched slices of sausage "arc" (light up) like a mini flashbulb [plasma] when the surface of one slice comes close or slightly in contact with another in a microwave oven???  This is a good example of the sausage molecularly breaking down to form a conductor (carbon) in an RF Field, which results in an arc.

But what about elements of physics that just might see RF as a wave or as an electron, a kind of electrophoresis effect, when exposed to an RF Field, that damages the cell itself, or modifies the DNA's Open Read Frame???  Adapting  Bohr's Slits (different skull entry points) and Bell's Theorem (Quantum Physics), makes the system more complex.  

Then there is the dielectric, conductivity, density, et, properties of cells, which would result in a change in Wave Velocity with adjacent, dissimilar tissue.  Further, Nucleic acid molecules are complex chains of varying length. The two main types of nucleic acids are DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid), which carries the hereditary information from generation to generation, and RNA (ribonucleic acid), which delivers the instructions coded in this information to the cell's protein manufacturing sites.  Some structures are in the form of a HELIX, a kind of inductor.  Place an inductor in a changing magnetic field, and you have voltage and current peaks at the resonant frequency rungs of the DNA helix (slightly above 1 GHz), and possible unexpected mutations.  What happens if the PHASE Angle of the wave is different from its surroundings (ie: 180 degrees out of phase)?  Instant DNA / RNA short????  http://www.engr.psu.edu/ae/wjk/mwaves.html 
http://www.safecellularphones.com/pages/research/rfdna.htm  

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YOU CAN DO A SIMPLE "Radio Frequency Resonance" EXPERIMENT IN YOUR OWN HOME:

1)  Take a 16 ounce microwave-safe cup, and fill it almost to the top with COLD water. 

2)  Take a clean EYEDROPPER, and put a small amount of COLD water in it from the cup.

3)  Take a Microwave-safe PLASTIC dish (poor conductor of heat) and place ONE DROP OF WATER FROM THE EYEDROPPER, IN THE CENTER OF THE PLATE.

4)  Carefully place the cup of cold water and the plate with the drop of water into your microwave oven.

5)  Turn your microwave oven on HIGH for 60 Seconds.

7)  Using one of your DRY fingers, touch the drop of water. It's still COLD

8)  Dry the same finger, and touch the water in the 16 ounce cup. It's WARM

Since people have different physical structures and genetic markers, diets (some rich in anti-inflammatories, minerals, vitamins and free radical quenchers, et.), all will be affected differently, just as all people don't get motion-sickness.

Is the scientific community assuming that all cells are heated evenly by EMR Fields?  I personally would ask the question= since you are dealing with a wave, there must be voltage and current nodes.  What happens at these nodes when the phase of the wave varies in one molecular chain with another nearby chain?  Would you not have some "HOT SPOTS"???  This might be caused by different  tissue structures,  multiple resonant chain lengths (resonant near or at the external RF), density, et, which might change the velocity of the wave or reflect it back.  We would then have to factor in "standing waves."  You just proved in the above experiment that the small mass of water was bombarded by the same microwaves in the same microwave oven as the larger mass of water. BUT THE SMALLER MASS WAS BARELY AFFECTED, SOLELY BECAUSE OF ITS SMALL FRACTIONAL WAVELENGTH.  Try the same experiment in a 400 degree preheated convection oven, and the drop will almost fully evaporate and be quite hot, while the water in the cup is still cool. Do NOT touch the hot drop of water with your finger.

The body has a great repair system, but what if it can only repair something that it is "trained to recognize"?  Chromosomes are made up of a molecule called DNA, or deoxyribonucleic acid.  Stem cells and cancer cells are the only cells that fully replicate the telemere at the end of each chromosome, and thus live forever.  But since the telemere is at the END, could it not also act as the sausage that touches another in a microwave oven??  Could this be a way of shortening life?? Literally= A SHORT

In a high power EMR/EMP pulse, if the amplitude and/or frequency is within certain criteria and falls within the "T" Wave Cycle of the Human Heart (while the heart is "depolarizing"), Cardiac Arrest can occur.  A prime example of this is a lightning strike that hits golfers on a golf course, yet they survive, but a man who is not struck, and is many yards away with his heart at the "T" Wave part of the cycle, goes into cardiac arrest.

Getting right to the point, a proper study of RF/MW DOSE RESPONSE should factor in both CW and PULSED EMR (ElectroMagnetic Radiation), especially where the pulse falls within or slightly above the INFRASOUND Spectrum, which appears to be the most dangerous.  1) The RISE TIME and the PULSE WIDTH should be considered, not just equivalent sustained average power [Think of a shotgun going off. The noise averaged over a minute would be quite low, even though your eardrum was ruptured.]  2) Certain parts of a WAVELENGTH carry higher VOLTAGE, while others carry a higher CURRENT, so the radiating element (ANTENNA) in relation to the Human Body, must be carefully documented  3) If a "STANDING WAVE" condition exists in the Human Body, more damage might be done at a given point  4) Resonance of adult vs. child organs and cranial and other body structures must be factored in  5) The intake of food, water, herbs, plus mineral and vitamin supplements, especially free radical quenchers, should be taken into account, along with immune system history and genetic markers   6) The type and position of the radiating element (EIRP, proximity, polarity, phase of wave at entry points or exposure area, quarter wave and wave velocity through different organs/structures, chromosomes, frequency vs. penetration, et.,, must all be included to evaluate "hot spots" in the brain or other organs. 7) Lean body mass should also be taken into account  8) Thermal heating alone, should not be considered the main factor  9) Family genetics should be carefully factored.  IF THE PRIOR GENERATION DIED FROM THE SAME MALADY AT THE SAME LOCATION, you must consider if this is a site that is free from airborne contaminants, radiation, buried toxins, contaminated streams, water supplies, well water used for drinking or bathing, et.   These variables must all be determined first, before addressing medical "conditions" caused by EMR/EMF. 

Our Sun has a magnetic field of about 50 gauss, takes 27 days to spin once on its axis, and changes its polarity every 11 years. Our Earth has a much weaker magnetic field, measuring only 0.6 gauss at the North Pole, and last reversed its polarity about 7,400,000 years ago.  We can't presently change the Solar System, but we can pollute it enough to make it uninhabitable.  It goes back to that old courtroom cliché - tell me which cigarette caused your lung cancer. 

Always remember to ask yourself the question: WHO STANDS TO GAIN  FINANCIALLY?  Remember the price for certain ulcer drugs?  Remember the lone person who bucked the Medical Community and was laughed at when he presented a Paper that concluded that ulcers could be cured by antibiotics?  Suddenly the price of those $100.00 a month ulcer medications dropped to $2.95   

After BBC broke the news on a 2x suicide increase in power plant workers exposed to high magnetic fields, I would be cautious of reading a paper with my chair propped up against a 3-phase transformer for a 50kw transmitter.  The article also brings up an association with depression and decreased Melatonin and Seratonin levels.

.  -by LLoyd W. Phillips


 

Frequencies Used by Wireless Cable

Frequency 
Range

Number of 
Channels

Type of 
Service

Channel 
Groups

Channel 
Bandwidth
(MHz)

2,150 - 2,162 MHz

2

MDS

1,2,2(A)

6

2,305 - 2,320 MHz

2

WCS

 

5 & 10

2,345 - 2,360 MHz 

2

WCS

 

5 & 10

2,500 - 2,596 MHz

16

ITFS

ABC&D

6

2.596 - 2,644 MHz

8

MMDS

E&F

6

2,644 - 2,686 MHz

4

ITFS

G

6

2,644 - 2,686 MHz

3

MMDS

H

6

2,686 - 2,689.875 MHz

31*

MMDS

Response Channels

0.125

* Each channel's bandwidth is 125 KHz, and does not carry video. 

When fully implemented, wireless cable operations may have as many as 33 channels of broadcast and cable programming. This, of course, depends on which channels are already used in your area. Furthermore, 20 of the 33 channels are borrowed from ITFS services and are earmarked for educational use. This means there is a requirement to program 20 hours per week per channel of educational material. All educational programming is now allowed to be placed on one ITFS channel instead of having it spread over the four channels in the ITFS group. For new ITFS licenses, only 12 hours per week per channel is required, but they cannot be grouped together. If any of these channels are being used, then any extra time can be leased by the MMDS station, if the owner of the license agrees.

 Approximately 150 to 300 channels may become available if digital compression is used. There are a few sites that are testing this new technology, and I have heard that the video and audio signals are quite good. They are using Zenith's new 16-level digital transmission system which is also capable of delivering HDTV (High Definition Television).

 Also, since the signals will be sent digitally, it is expected that the range of the signal will increase by approximately 3 times.

There were also tests made in New York for transmitting in the 28 GHz band (LMDS). The frequencies used are 27.5 GHz - 29.5 GHz.  I am not sure of how these frequencies are divided between the different services.

 The FCC is currently thinking about opening up more frequencies so that up to 7 wireless cable companies can compete in the larger markets.

 


INFRASOUND

Definition:
Acoustical waves with frequency content below the frequency range of the human ear, typically below 20 Hz.  Infrasound can often be felt, or sensed as a vibration, and can induce motion sickness and other disturbances, and even kill. The level of infrasound in a modern industrial environment is quite high, with common sources of infrasound being automotive traffic, railroads, buildings, bridges, wind noise, thunder, etc.

Infrasound is used by the military to detect explosions. When an explosion occurs, low frequency acoustic signals are emitted. Infrasound sensors can detect these signals. An Infrasound system may be employed to detect and identify atmospheric, shallow buried or moderately shielded explosions. It has sensors either buried underground or underwater to monitor the atmosphere for low frequency acoustic signals resulting from explosions. Usually, an infrasound system can detect kiloton-type explosions up to a distance of 3000 to 5000 km. In the U.S., the Department of Energy (DOE) conducts Infrasound Monitoring Research to improve the government's capability to detect explosions. The primary DOE laboratory involved in infrasonic monitoring research is the Los Alamos National Laboratory. 

PATENTS: 
Subliminal acoustic manipulation of nervous systems
 
Silent subliminal presentation system 

 


Very Low Frequency (VLF):  |  GWEN  | 



MIND CONTROL - GENERAL 

THE OLSON FILE

LINKS


MICROWAVE MIND And NERVOUS SYSTEM CONTROL
(Some with Pinpoint Accuracy)

PATENTS: 
Apparatus and method for remotely monitoring and altering brain waves |
Microwave Hearing Device |
Personal tracking and recovery system |
Remotely determining information as to person's emotional state |

 


Al Qaeda Training Manual (from the DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE)

9 1 1   Support Resources

 


Links of Interest:

1905 Telimco ad

Nov. 25, 1905 - An advertisement for the Telimco Wireless Telegraph Outfit appears in Scientific American. This may be the first advertisement for a radio.

The History of Radio

Excellent Radio Links

A Chronology of AM Radio Broadcasting Part 1: 1900-1922

A Chronology of AM Radio Broadcasting Part 2: 1923-1960

History of American Radio & Television Broadcasting 

Television History - The First 75 Years  

BEWARE: Please read about Intel & Microsoft's plans

Untold stories:

Terri Schiavo starvation case click here\

Family STALKED for 9 years click here

T-Mobile Fraud: Overcharges & Overselling click here

 


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