Goto Section: 87.321 | 87.345 | Table of Contents
Revised as of September 1, 2021
Goto Year:2020 |
§ 87.323 Frequencies.
(a) 121.500 MHz: Emergency and distress only.
(b) The frequencies 121.950, 123.300 and 123.500 MHz are available for
assignment to aviation support stations used for pilot training,
coordination of lighter-than-air aircraft operations, or coordination
of soaring or free ballooning activities. Applicants for 121.950 MHz
must coordinate their proposal with the appropriate FAA Regional
Spectrum Management Office. The application must specify the FAA Region
notified and the date notified. Applicants for aviation support land
stations may request frequency(ies) based upon their eligibility
although the Commission reserves the right to specify the frequency of
assignment. Aviation support mobile stations will be assigned 123.300
and 123.500 MHz. However, aviation support mobile stations must operate
only on a noninterference basis to communications between aircraft and
aviation support land stations.
(c) The frequency 122.775 MHz and, secondary to aeronautical multicom
stations, the frequency 122.850 MHz are available for assignment to
aviation support stations. These frequencies may be used for
communications between aviation service organizations and aircraft in
the airport area. These frequencies must not be used for air traffic
control purposes or to transmit information pertaining to runway, wind
or weather conditions.
(d) The frequency 3281.0 kHz is available for assignment to aviation
support stations used for coordination of lighter-than-air aircraft
[ 53 FR 28940 , Aug. 1, 1988, as amended at 63 FR 68958 , Dec. 14, 1998]
Subpart L—Aeronautical Utility Mobile Stations
Goto Section: 87.321 | 87.345
Goto Year: 2020 |
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