Goto Section: 80.1161 | 80.1169 | Table of Contents
Revised as of December 4, 2012
Goto Year:2011 |
§ 80.1165 Assignment and use of frequencies.
Frequencies for general radiotelephone purposes are available to ships
in three radio frequency bands. Use of specific frequencies must meet
the Commission's rules concerning the scope of service and the class of
station with which communications are intended. The three frequency
(a) 156-158 MHz (VHF/FM Radiotelephone). Certain frequencies within
this band are public correspondence frequencies and they must be used
as working channels when communicating with public coast stations.
Other working frequencies within the band are categorized by type of
communications for which use is authorized when communicating with a
private coast station or between ships. Subpart H of this part lists
the frequencies and types of communications for which they are
(b) 1600-4000 kHz (SSB Radiotelephone). Specific frequencies within
this band are authorized for single sideband (SSB) communications with
public and private coast stations or between ships. The specific
frequencies are listed in subpart H of this part.
(c) 4000-23000 kHz (SSB Radiotelephone). Specific frequencies within
this band are authorized for SSB communications with public and private
coast stations. The specific frequencies are listed in subpart H of
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Goto Section: 80.1161 | 80.1169
Goto Year: 2011 |
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