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frequencies / frequency band plans
- 900MHz Cordless Telephone Frequencies
Note: It is illegal to monitor cordless telephones.
- Airwaves FCC Search Engine
Quick and powerful search engine for the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) Mass Media database of USA and Canadian AM/FM radio stations.
- Broadcast and Cable Television Frequencies
- FCC Frequency Allocation
A summary of the FCC Table of Frequency Allocations, based on the Oct '93 Code of Federal Regulations - 47 CFR 2.106 (30MHz - 1.3GHz).
- FCC Frequency Band Plan
A list of frequency allocations from 0.535 to 300000.000 MHz from Columbia University Amateur Radio Club.
- Frequencies, wavelength assignments, and transponder channels for C-Band and Ku-Band
- General Mobile Radio Service (GRMS) Frequencies
From GMRS Web Magazine.
- Major Bugging Frequencies
Bugging devices can appear on any frequency between DC and light -- this list covers the more common bugging frequencies that tend to be used. From TSCM.COM, Counterintelligence and Technical Security WWW Page.
- Shortwave Bands
- Spectrum Use Summary compiled by National Telecommunications and Information Administration
This document represents an overview of Federal and nonfederal spectrum use. In order to serve its purpose as a quick reference, its length has been limited. Federal systems and missions which would have necessitated classification of the summary have been omitted, though they represent significant Federal requirements. Also, Federal agencies lease many services from private sector providers, and as written, this summary indicates such uses only as nongovernment use of the frequency spectrum. Therefore, it is not all inclusive in its portrayal of U.S. spectrum requirements or its representation of the allocation table.
- Television Broadcast Station Frequencies
From the Code of Federal Regulations, Title 47, Section 73.603 - Numerical designation of television channels.
- The "Official" Cable Television Video Frequency Spectrum Chart
- Timecode Transmitters, Frequencies and Geographic Coordinates
- US Amateur Radio Frequency Allocations
From the Amateur Radio Relay League (ARRL).
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