What is the FCC table of frequency allocations?

What is the FCC table of frequency allocations?

The FCC’s Table of Frequency Allocations consists of the International Table of Frequency Allocations (“International Table”) and the United States Table of Frequency Allocations (“United States Table”). The FCC’s Table of Frequency Allocations is codified at Section 2.106 of the Commission’s Rules.

What are the radio frequency allocations in the US?

Table of Frequency Allocations 41.015-117.975 MHz (VHF) Page 19 International Table United States Table FCC Rule Part(s) Region 1 Table Region 2 Table Region 3 Table Federal Table Non-Federal Table 40.98-41.015 FIXED MOBILE Space research 5.160 5.161 (See previous page) 41.015-42 FIXED MOBILE 5.160 5.161 5.161A 41.015-41.665 FIXED.

What does the term frequency allocation allotment assignment mean?

Allocation Allotment Assignment DefinitionAllocation (of a frequency band): Entry in the Table of Frequency Allocations of a given frequency band for the purpose of its use by one or more terrestrial or space radiocommunication services or the radio astronomy service under specified conditions.

How does the national table for frequency allocation ( NTFA ) work?

See SM.1896 : Frequency ranges for global or regional harmonization of short-range devices (SRDs) Collect information on existing national frequency use •Potential sources include existing licensing and assignment records; request users to provide information from their own records; spectrum monitoring.

When was the FCC cybersecurity Roundtable held?

The FCC convened a roundtable on May 16, 2011, with leaders from across the public and private sectors to deliver the latest and most effective cybersecurity strategies to small business owners across the country.

Is the FCC responsible for the content of non-FCC websites?

The descriptions and links below are provided for informational purposes only. The FCC does not endorse any non-FCC product or service and is not responsible for the content of non-FCC websites, including their accuracy, completeness, or timeliness.

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