420 MHz to 470 MHz

FCC ID Applications By Frequency.

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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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420450This band is used in the Amateur Radio Service, the Industrial/Business Radio Service, the Public Safety Radio Service and the Radiolocation Service. This band is allocated for both Federal and Non-Federal use. Operation of unlicensed Part 15 Devices is permitted between 420 and 450 MHz.
450454This band is used in the Industrial/Business Radio Service, the Low Power Auxiliary Service, the Public Safety Radio Service, and the Remote Pickup Service. Operation of unlicensed Part 15 Devices is permitted between 450 and 454 MHz.
454456This band is used in the General Aviation Air-Ground Service, the Low Power Auxiliary Service, the Maritime Service, the Paging and Radiotelephone Service, the Remote Pickup Service, and the Rural Radiotelephone Service (including the Basic Exchange Telephone Radio Systems (BETRS)). Operation of unlicensed Part 15 Devices is permitted between 454 and 456 MHz.
456460This band is used in the Industrial/Business Radio Service, the General Aviation Air-Ground Service, the Maritime Service, the Paging and Radiotelephone Service, the Public Safety Radio Service, and the Rural Radiotelephone Service (including the Basic Exchange Telephone Radio Systems (BETRS)). Operation of unlicensed Part 15 Devices is permitted between 456 and 460 MHz.
460462.5375This band is used in the Industrial/Business Radio Service and the Public Safety Radio Service. This band is allocated for both Federal and Non-Federal use. Operation of unlicensed Part 15 Devices is permitted between 460 and 462.5375 MHz.
462.5375462.7375This band is used in the Family Radio Service (FRS) and the General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS). This band is allocated for both Federal and Non-Federal use. Operation of unlicensed Part 15 Devices is permitted between 462.5375 and 462.7375 MHz.
462.7375467.5375This band is used in the Industrial/Business Radio Service and the Public Safety Radio Service. This band is allocated for both Federal and Non-Federal use. Operation of unlicensed Part 15 Devices is permitted between 462.7375 and 467.5375 MHz.
467.5375467.7375This band is used in the Family Radio Service (FRS) and the General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS). This band is allocated for both Federal and Non-Federal use. Operation of unlicensed Part 15 Devices is permitted between 467.5375 and 467.7375 MHz.
467.7375470This band is used in the Industrial/Business Radio Service and the Public Safety Radio Service. This band is allocated for both Federal and Non-Federal use. Operation of unlicensed Part 15 Devices is permitted between 467.7375 and 470 MHz.

Frequency Details

UnitFrequency LowerFrequency CenterFrequency Upper
Terahertz0.00042 THz0.000445 THz0.00047 THz
Gigahertz0.42 GHz0.445 GHz0.47 GHz
Megahertz420 MHz445 MHz470 MHz
Kilohertz420000 kHz445000 kHz470000 kHz
Hertz420000000 Hz445000000 Hz470000000 Hz
Wavelength71.379 cm67.369 cm63.786 cm
Time 2.381 ns2.2472 ns2.1277 ns
IEEE Standard 521-1984 Bands
DesignationLower FrequencyUpper FrequencyWavelengthPurpose
P25050060 cm to 30 cmP for "previous", Used for early British radars – Obsolete
EU / NATO / US ECM Radio Bands
DesignationLower FrequencyUpper FrequencyChannel Width
B Band25050025
L Band (Alternative)3901550
TV and Radio Bands
ChannelsLower FrequencyUpper FrequencyBandLocationPurpose
21470478IV BandUnited Kingdomtelevision broadcasting

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