broadcast band


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broadcast band

[′brȯd‚kast ‚band]
(communications)
The band of frequencies extending from 535 to 1605 kilohertz, corresponding to assigned radio carrier frequencies that increase in multiples of 10 kHz between 540 and 1600 kHz for the United States. Also known as standard broadcast band.
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An Advanced Television System Committee (ATSC) digital tuner must be capable of tuning the VHF broadcast band from Channel 2 (54 MHz) to channel 13 (216 MHz) and the UHF broadcast band from channel 14 (470 MHz) to channel 69 (approximately 800 MHz).
Covering FM broadcast bands, it can be used down to 80 MHz with reduced amplitude accuracy.
TVWS (also called Super Wi-Fi) refers to idle or underused radio spectrum in the TV broadcast bands that could be utilized for alternative mobile broadband communications.
TV White Space spectrum refers to frequencies in the VHF and UHF television broadcast bands that are either unassigned or unused by existing broadcasters or other licensees.
FCC (2010): FCC 10-174 Second Memorandum Opinion and Order In the Matter of Unlicensed Operation in the TV Broadcast bands (ET Docket No.
Britain's pirate radio stations of the 1960s broadcast bands like the Who and the Rolling Stones to teenagers across the U.
22 Working Group started its work following the Notice of Inquiry issued by the United States Federal Communications Commission on unlicensed operation in the TV broadcast bands.
DRM is the only universal, non-proprietary digital radio system for the short-wave, medium-wave and long-wave AM broadcast bands, enabling a single tower to broadcast over a large geographic area with near-FM quality sound.
The device provides coverage for all major broadcast bands ranging from 100KHz -1.

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