Emission Designator

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An emission designator is a code associated with a frequency that gives information about the frequency's bandwidth and the nature of the signal on the frequency.

For scanner users, it can be useful for determining whether a frequency is analog or digital, and even whether the frequency transmits voice and/or data.

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