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10- 100MHz

  • Part 22 Lower Band VHF (35 MHZ and 43 MHz)
  • 35 MHz
    35 MHz
  • 1,302 35 MHz frequency licenses & 697 43 MHz frequency licenses available in all 50 states with 20 – 440 kHz of bandwidth depending on location

  • Licenses can be used for one-way voice or narrowband data broadcast applications from fixed or mobile sites for paging & remote monitoring in critical infrastructure, public safety and utility communications
  • Lowerband
    43MHz

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  • Public Coast VHF VPC (156-162 MHz)
  • VHF
    • VHF Public Coast (156-162 MHz) frequency licensed spectrum available in 9 markets across the Desert Southwest and Northern Plains with up to 400 kHz of bandwidth depending on location.
    • Licenses can be used for broadcast or two-way; mobile or fixed; data, voice or video in Public Safety, Internet of Things (IoT), Oil & Gas, SCADA, and Critical Infrastructure applications
  • AMTS (217-220 MHz)
  • AMTS
  • 217-220 MHz frequency licensed spectrum available nearly nationwide with up to 2 MHz of bandwidth depending on location

  • Licenses can be used for broadcast or two-way; mobile or fixed; data, voice or video in Positive Train Control (PTC), Internet of Things (IoT), Oil & Gas, SCADA, Critical Infrastructure, Utility and Land Mobile Radio applications
  • 218-219 MHz Service
  • 218
  • Thirteen 218-219 MHz frequency licenses available in 11 major markets including Chicago and Los Angeles with 500 – 1000 kHz of bandwidth depending on location

  • Licenses can be used for broadcast or two-way; mobile or fixed; data, voice or video in Positive Train Control (PTC), Internet of Things (IoT), Oil & Gas, SCADA, Critical Infrastructure, Utility and Land Mobile Radio applications

  • 220- 222 MHz Service
  • 220
  • Three 220-222 MHz frequency licenses available that cover the New York City market area and Roanoke, VA with 25 – 100 kHz of bandwidth depending on location

  • Licenses can be used for broadcast or two-way; mobile or fixed; data, voice or video in Positive Train Control (PTC), Internet of Things (IoT), Oil & Gas, SCADA, Critical Infrastructure, Utility and Land Mobile Radio applications
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  • Part 22 Lower Band UHF (450 MHz)
  • 450 MHz
  • 46 UHF Lower Band Paging 450 MHz frequency licenses available in markets across Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan with 50 – 450 kHz of bandwidth depending on location

  • Licenses can be used for two-way; mobile or fixed data for applications such as paging & remote monitoring, public safety, utility communications, SCADA, Oil and Gas production & transportation and land mobile radio
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  • Upper 700 MHz Spectrum A Block
  • 700 MHz
  • Upper 700 MHz A Block (757-758 MHz & 787-788 MHz) frequency licensed spectrum available nearly nationwide, covering 82% of the U.S. population, with 2 MHz of bandwidth.
  • Licenses can be used for broadcast or two-way; mobile or fixed; data, voice or video in Positive Train Control (PTC), Internet of Things (IoT), Oil & Gas, SCADA, Critical Infrastructure, Utility and Land Mobile Radio applications
  • 800 MHz Spectrum
  • 220
  • Nine 800 MHz frequency licenses available in the Los Angeles, Reno, Kansas City, and St. Louis markets with 50 – 300 kHz of bandwidth depending on location

  • Licenses can be used for broadcast or two-way; mobile or fixed; data, voice or video in Positive Train Control (PTC), Internet of Things (IoT), Oil & Gas, SCADA, Critical Infrastructure, Utility and Land Mobile Radio applications
  • LMS Spectrum
  • LMS
  • 257 LMS frequency licenses available nearly nationwide, covering 81% of the U.S. population, with 2 – 5.75 MHz of bandwidth depending on location
  • Licenses can be used to meet the FCC’s Wireless E911 Location Accuracy Requirements as well as supporting specialized networks to provide operators with precise location data
  • Part 22 Upper Paging (931 MHz):
  • 931
  • 580 931 MHz frequency licenses available in 42 states with 125 – 625 kHz of bandwidth depending on location
  • Licenses can be used for broadcast or two-way; mobile or fixed; data, voice or video in Oil & Gas, SCADA, and Land Mobile Radio applications
  • MAS (928/960 MHz):
  • MAS
    • 704 928/960 MHz frequency licenses available in 42 states with 25 – 325 kHz of bandwidth depending on location
    • Licenses can be used for broadcast or two-way; mobile or fixed; data, voice or video in Oil & Gas, SCADA, Business Pool, and Land Mobile Radio applications
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  • BRS and EBS 2.5GHz  2.5GHz
  • Select Spectrum offers EBS 2.5 GHz frequency licenses both direct purchase and via participation in the Spectrum Lease Auction in numerous markets across the nation with typically 22.5 MHz of bandwidth per license

  • Select Spectrum offers BRS 2.5 GHz frequency licenses via direct purchase in numerous markets across the nation with typically 22.5 MHz of bandwidth per license

  • Licenses can be used for two-way; mobile or fixed data services including 4G LTE & WiMAX Internet access or more specialized network applications such as smart grid, government organizations and public safety

  • Educators and Broadband Providers for American Rural Communities “EBPARC”

  • 3.65 GHz (Nationwide)
  • 3.65 GHz frequency licenses available nationwide with 50 MHz of bandwidth

  • Licenses are generally used by Wireless Internet Service Providers for rural internet access, and can also be utilized for long-range networking solutions such as paging & remote monitoring for critical infrastructure, utility communication, manufacturing and transportation
  • * please email info@selectspectrum.com for more information