2.42 GHz to 2.465 GHz

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ITU # 9 - UHF Ultra high frequency – TV broadcasts, microwave ovens, mobile phones, wireless LAN, Bluetooth, GPS, and Two-Way Radios (300-3000 MHz)


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24172450This band is used in the Amateur Radio Service. This band is allocated for both Federal and Non-Federal use. Operation of unlicensed Part 15 Devices is permitted between 2417 and 2450 MHz.
24502483.5This band is used in the Fixed Microwave Service, the Industrial, Scientific and Medical Equipment Service (ISM), the Local Television Transmission Service, the Radiolocation Service, the Public Safety Radio Service, and the TV Broadcast Auxiliary Service. Operation of unlicensed Part 15 Devices is permitted between 2450 and 2483.5 MHz.

Frequency Details

UnitFrequency LowerFrequency CenterFrequency Upper
Terahertz0.00242 THz0.0024425 THz0.002465 THz
Gigahertz2.42 GHz2.4425 GHz2.465 GHz
Megahertz2420 MHz2442.5 MHz2465 MHz
Kilohertz2420000 kHz2442500 kHz2465000 kHz
Hertz2420000000 Hz2442500000 Hz2465000000 Hz
Wavelength12.388 cm12.274 cm12.162 cm
Time 413.2231 ps409.4166 ps405.6795 ps
IEEE Standard 521-1984 Bands
DesignationLower FrequencyUpper FrequencyWavelengthPurpose
S band200040007.5 cm to 15 cmweather radar, surface ship radar, and some communications satellites (microwave ovens, microwave devices/communications, radio astronomy, mobile phones, wireless LAN, Bluetooth, ZigBee, GPS, amateur radio)
EU / NATO / US ECM Radio Bands
DesignationLower FrequencyUpper FrequencyChannel Width
E Band20003000100
S Band (Alternative)15503900

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