Radio Spectrum Management and Allocations
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The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) assigns frequencies and issues licenses to non-federal radio spectrum users.
The National Telecommunications and Information Administration's Office of Spectrum Management manages the federal government’s use of the radio frequency spectrum. The Federal Government Spectrum Compendium contains information on federal spectrum uses from 225 MHz to 7.125 GHz.
The Interdepartment Radio Advisory Committee (IRAC) assigns frequencies to federal government users and maintains the Government Master File (GMF) database of federal frequencies and users. The GMF is not available to the public.
The FCC rules and regulations are contained in the Code of Federal Regulations Title 47 Telecommunication.
The NTIA rules and regulations are contained in the NTIA Manual of Regulations and Procedures for Federal Radio Frequency Management (Redbook).
- Radio Spectrum Allocation
- General Menu Reports (GMR) Database Search
- Universal Licensing System (ULS) - License Search
- Universal Licensing System (ULS) - Application Search
- AM Query - station search
- FM Query - station search
- TV Query - station search
- Antenna Structure Registration (ASR)
Spectrum Tables and Charts
- fcctable.pdf - FCC Online Frequency Allocation Table
- eCFR Table of Frequency Allocations (47CFR2.106) - This should be the same as, or more current than, the .pdf file directly above.
- NTIA US Frequency Allocation Chart
- 47CFR74.402 - Remote Pickup frequencies
- 47CFR74.502 - Aural Broadcast Auxiliary frequencies
- 47CFR74.602 - Television Broadcast Auxiliary frequencies
- 47CFR74.802 - Low Power Broadcast Auxiliary frequencies
- 47CFR80.351 to 80.393 - Maritime Service frequencies
- 47CFR87.169 to 87.173 - Aviation Service frequencies
- 47CFR90.20 - Private Land Mobile Services - Public Safety Pool frequencies
- 47CFR90.35 - Private Land Mobile Services - Industrial/Business Pool frequencies
- 47CFR97.301 - Amateur Radio Service frequencies
- 47CFR10.101 - Fixed Microwave Services frequencies
- 220-222 MHz Band Plan
- 700 MHz Public Safety Band Plan
- 900 MHz LMR Band Plan
- AM Broadcast
- CAPRAD public safety frequency coordination database 700/800 MHz & 4.9 GHz
- Emission Designator
- FCC List of Wireless Services
- FCC Industrial/Business frequency coordinators
- FCC Public Safety frequency coordinators
- FCC Radio Service Codes
- FCC Station Class Codes
- Federal VHF/UHF Channel Plans
- FM Broadcast
- Marine VHF Band Plans
- Part 22 Paging Channels
- Television Frequencies
- VHF/UHF Plan for Aeronautical Radionavigation
- International Telecommunications Union (ITU) Radio Communications Sector (ITU-R)
- CEPT ECC - European Conference of Postal and Telecommunications Administrations Electronic Communications Committee
- Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA)
- Australian Radiofrequency Spectrum Plan
- Register of Radiocommunications Licences
- Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED) Spectrum Management and Telecommunications.
- Canadian Table of Frequency Allocations
- Spectrum Direct - License search
- Radio Spectrum Management Ministry of Economic Development
- Chart of radio spectrum allocations in New Zealand
- Spectrum Management and Registration Technology (SMART)