47 CFR 95.629 - LPRS transmitter frequencies.

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§ 95.629 LPRS transmitter frequencies.
(a) LPRS transmitters may operate on any frequency listed in paragraphs (b), (c), and (d) of this section. Channels 19, 20, 50, and 151-160 are available exclusively for law enforcement tracking purposes. AMTS transmissions are limited to the 216.750-217.000 MHz band for low power point-to-point network control communications by AMTS coast stations. Other AMTS transmissions in the 216-217 MHz band are prohibited.
(b) Standard band channels.
(1) The following table indicates standard band frequencies. The channel bandwidth is 25 kHz.
Channel No. Center frequency (MHz)
1 216.0125
2 216.0375
3 216.0625
4 216.0875
5 216.1125
6 216.1375
7 216.1625
8 216.1875
9 216.2125
10 216.2375
11 216.2625
12 216.2875
13 216.3125
14 216.3375
15 216.3625
16 216.3875
17 216.4125
18 216.4375
19 216.4625
20 216.4875
21 216.5125
22 216.5375
23 216.5625
24 216.5875
25 216.6125
26 216.6375
27 216.6625
28 216.6875
29 216.7125
30 216.7375
31 216.7625
32 216.7875
33 216.8125
34 216.8375
35 216.8625
36 216.8875
37 216.9125
38 216.9375
39 216.9625
40 216.9875
(2) LPRS transmitters operating on standard band channels must be maintained within a frequency stability of 50 parts per million.
(c) Extra band channels.
(1) The following table indicates extra band frequencies. The channel bandwidth is 50 kHz.
Channel No. Center frequency (MHz)
41 216.025
42 216.075
43 216.125
44 216.175
45 216.225
46 216.275
47 216.325
48 216.375
49 216.425
50 216.475
51 216.525
52 216.575
53 216.625
54 216.675
55 216.725
56 216.775
57 216.825
58 216.875
59 216.925
60 216.975
(2) LPRS transmitters operating on extra band channels must be maintained within a frequency stability of 50 parts per million.
(d) Narrowband channels.
(1) The following table indicates narrowband frequencies. The channel bandwidth is 5 kHz and the authorized bandwidth is 4 kHz.
Channel No. Center frequency (MHz)
61 216.0025
62 216.0075
63 216.0125
64 216.0175
65 216.0225
66 216.0275
67 216.0325
68 216.0375
69 216.0425
70 216.0475
71 216.0525
72 216.0575
73 216.0625
74 216.0675
75 216.0725
76 216.0775
77 216.0825
78 216.0875
79 216.0925
80 216.0975
81 216.1025
82 216.1075
83 216.1125
84 216.1175
85 216.1225
86 216.1275
87 216.1325
88 216.1375
89 216.1425
90 216.1475
91 216.1525
92 216.1575
93 216.1625
94 216.1675
95 216.1725
96 216.1775
97 216.1825
98 216.1875
99 216.1925
100 216.1975
101 216.2025
102 216.2075
103 216.2125
104 216.2175
105 216.2225
106 216.2275
107 216.2325
108 216.2375
109 216.2425
110 216.2475
111 216.2525
112 216.2575
113 216.2625
114 216.2675
115 216.2725
116 216.2775
117 216.2825
118 216.2875
119 216.2925
120 216.2975
121 216.3025
122 216.3075
123 216.3125
124 216.3175
125 216.3225
126 216.3275
127 216.3325
128 216.3375
129 216.3425
130 216.3475
131 216.3525
132 216.3575
133 216.3625
134 216.3675
135 216.3725
136 216.3775
137 216.3825
138 216.3875
139 216.3925
140 216.3975
141 216.4025
142 216.4075
143 216.4125
144 216.4175
145 216.4225
146 216.4275
147 216.4325
148 216.4375
149 216.4425
150 216.4475
151 216.4525
152 216.4575
153 216.4625
154 216.4675
155 216.4725
156 216.4775
157 216.4825
158 216.4875
159 216.4925
160 216.4975
161 216.5025
162 216.5075
163 216.5125
164 216.5175
165 216.5225
166 216.5275
167 216.5325
168 216.5375
169 216.5425
170 216.5475
171 216.5525
172 216.5575
173 216.5625
174 216.5675
175 216.5725
176 216.5775
177 216.5825
178 216.5875
179 216.5925
180 216.5975
181 216.6025
182 216.6075
183 216.6125
184 216.6175
185 216.6225
186 216.6275
187 216.6325
188 216.6375
189 216.6425
190 216.6475
191 216.6525
192 216.6575
193 216.6625
194 216.6675
195 216.6725
196 216.6775
197 216.6825
198 216.6875
199 216.6925
200 216.6975
201 216.7025
202 216.7075
203 216.7125
204 216.7175
205 216.7225
206 216.7275
207 216.7325
208 216.7375
209 216.7425
210 216.7475
211 216.7525
212 216.7575
213 216.7625
214 216.7675
215 216.7725
216 216.7775
217 216.7825
218 216.7875
219 216.7925
220 216.7975
221 216.8025
222 216.8075
223 216.8125
224 216.8175
225 216.8225
226 216.8275
227 216.8325
228 216.8375
229 216.8425
230 216.8475
231 216.8525
232 216.8575
233 216.8625
234 216.8675
235 216.8725
236 216.8775
237 216.8825
238 216.8875
239 216.8925
240 216.8975
241 216.9025
242 216.9075
243 216.9125
244 216.9175
245 216.9225
246 216.9275
247 216.9325
248 216.9375
249 216.9425
250 216.9475
251 216.9525
252 216.9575
253 216.9625
254 216.9675
255 216.9725
256 216.9775
257 216.9825
258 216.9875
259 216.9925
260 216.9975
(2) LPRS transmitters operating on narrowband channels must be maintained within a frequency stability of 1.5 parts per million.
[61 FR 46567, Sept. 4, 1996]

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