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26.995, 27.045, 27.095, 27.145 and 27.195 MHz are all RC exclusive frequencies and voice transmissions are not allowed.  However, these frequencies are often used as a "'''secret channel'''", "'''A channel'''" or "'''alpha channel'''" by CBers and freeband operators.  Modified CB and 10 meter radios with a +10 kHz switch (or +10kc switch) allow access to the A channels. 27.255 MHz is CB channel 23 and data transmissions must co-exist with voice traffic on the same frequency.  This likely explains the 25 watt power limit on 27.255 compared to the 4 watt power limit on the original 5 R/C channels.   
26.995, 27.045, 27.095, 27.145 and 27.195 MHz are all RC exclusive frequencies and voice transmissions are not allowed.  However, these frequencies are often used as a "'''secret channel'''", "'''A channel'''" or "'''alpha channel'''" by CBers and freeband operators.  Modified CB and 10 meter radios with a +10 kHz switch (or +10kc switch) allow access to the A channels. 27.255 MHz is CB channel 23 and data transmissions must co-exist with voice traffic on the same frequency.  This likely explains the 25 watt power limit on 27.255 compared to the 4 watt power limit on the original 5 R/C channels.   
   
   
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There is also extensive [[Part_15|Part 15 usage of these frequencies for low-power]] R/C model control.  [[Remote_Control|Higher power levels are used by professional grade systems.  Most higher-end remote control/radio control devices use the 72 MHz and 75 MHz frequencies (where 0.75 watts is the maximum power output)]] or the unlicensed 2.4 GHz band.  However, there remains considerable use of 26-27 MHz for data link, remote sensor monitoring and other similar purposes due to the high power available for unlicensed users and excellent propagation characteristics for point-to-point data networks.  Some vendors are now offering systems that operate on the 5 VHF [[MURS]] frequencies for data link purposes (although these are covered under the Part 95 rules as well, they are not part of the RCRS under FCC Part 95).
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There is also extensive [[Part_15|Part 15 usage of these frequencies for low-power]] R/C model control.  [[Remote_Control|Higher power levels are used by professional grade systems.  Most higher-end remote control/radio control devices use the 72 MHz and 75 MHz frequencies (where 0.75 watts is the maximum power output)]] or the unlicensed 2.4 GHz band.  However, there remains considerable use of 26-27 MHz for data link, remote sensor monitoring and other similar purposes due to the high power available for unlicensed users and excellent propagation characteristics for point-to-point data networks.  Some vendors are now offering systems that operate on the 5 VHF [[MURS]] frequencies for telemetry, telecommand and data link purposes (although these are covered under the Part 95 rules as well, they are not part of the RCRS under FCC Part 95).
==Frequency List==
==Frequency List==
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''Note: This list is a dynamic list and will '''never''' be complete. ''  
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''Note: This list is a dynamic list and will '''never''' be complete. Many of these systems - especially the paging systems and telemetry or data link systems, act as de facto 11 meter [[11_meter#11_meter_Beacon_Frequencies_11m_CB_Beacon_Channels_11m_Beacon_Bands|beacons]] and de facto [[High Frequency Beacon|high frequency beacons]].  Included FSK data signals and pager signals - 25 to 30 MHz, included 29.7 MHz to 30 MHz portion above the 10 meter ham radio allocation [[Amateur_radio#Amateur_Radio_Bands_MF.2FHF|28 to 29.7 MHz]] but below the official beginning of [[VHF_/_UHF_Radio|VHF]] at 30.000 MHz''  
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|25.775 MHz
|25.775 MHz
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|On-site and hospital paging, FM voice and data (Western Europe)
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|On-site and hospital paging, FM voice and data (Western Europe) - confirmed active July 2022
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|26.100 MHz
|26.100 MHz
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|Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode  
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|Hospital pagers - Europe FM mode  
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|26.115 MHz
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|FSK data link
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|26.145 MHz
|26.145 MHz
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|26.150 MHz
|26.150 MHz
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|Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode - confirmed active June 2020
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|Hospital pagers - Europe - FM mode - confirmed active October 2021
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|26.155 MHz
|26.155 MHz
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|26.200 MHz
|26.200 MHz
|Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode  
|Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode  
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|26.200 MHz
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|On site paging systems - UK
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|26.220 MHz
|26.220 MHz
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|26.250 MHz
|26.250 MHz
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|UK Paging on-site pager
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|UK Paging on-site pager - confirmed active October 2021
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|26.250 MHz
|26.250 MHz
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|Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode - confirmed active July 2020
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|Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode  
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|26.300 MHz
|26.300 MHz
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|26.500 MHz
|26.500 MHz
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|Paging, heard in Europe, noted use in Holland - FM mode - confirmed active July 2020
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|Paging, heard in Europe, noted use in Holland - FM mode - confirmed active June 2022
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|26.500 MHz
|26.500 MHz
|Italy Paging on-site pager (European standard frequency, AM and FM allowed)
|Italy Paging on-site pager (European standard frequency, AM and FM allowed)
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|26.545 MHz
 
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|Channel 3A 26.995 MHz "down one band"
 
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|26.545 MHz
|26.545 MHz
|UK Paging on-site, non-hospital use  
|UK Paging on-site, non-hospital use  
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|26.550 MHz
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|POCSAG pager - Europe and UK
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|26.555 MHz
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|POCSAG pager - Europe
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|26.575 MHz
|26.575 MHz
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|26.590 MHz
|26.590 MHz
|UK Paging on-site, non-hospital use (offset frequency, 26.5875 MHz, 26.588 MHz)
|UK Paging on-site, non-hospital use (offset frequency, 26.5875 MHz, 26.588 MHz)
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|26.595 MHz
 
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|Channel 7A 27.045 MHz "down one band"
 
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|26.600 MHz
|26.600 MHz
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|26.605 MHz
|26.605 MHz
|Pager, unknown origin, heard on European SDRs during band openings, possible offset for 26.6 MHz
|Pager, unknown origin, heard on European SDRs during band openings, possible offset for 26.6 MHz
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|26.605 MHz
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|POCSAG Pager - UK and Western Europe
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|26.615 MHz
|26.615 MHz
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|26.635 MHz
|26.635 MHz
|On-site paging - French allocation (France 26 MHz pager)
|On-site paging - French allocation (France 26 MHz pager)
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|26.645 MHz
 
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|Channel 11A 27.095 MHz "down one band"
 
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|26.650 MHz
|26.650 MHz
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|Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode
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|Hospital pagers - Europe and UK
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|26.665 MHz
|26.665 MHz
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|26.695 MHz
|26.695 MHz
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|Offset frequency for 26.700 MHz, heard in Western Europe and UK
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|Offset frequency for 26.700 MHz, heard in Western Europe and UK - confirmed active June 2022
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|26.695 MHz
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|Channel 15A 27.145 MHz "down one band"
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|26.700 MHz
|26.700 MHz
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|European on-site paging systems, pager transmitter center frequency (see 26.695 MHz and 26.705 MHz)
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|European on-site paging systems - confirmed active July 2022
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|26.700 MHz
|26.700 MHz
|Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode  
|Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode  
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|26.703 MHz
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|Offset frequency for 26.7025 MHz, heard in Western Europe and UK
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|26.705 MHz
|26.705 MHz
|Offset frequency for 26.700 MHz, heard in Western Europe and UK
|Offset frequency for 26.700 MHz, heard in Western Europe and UK
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|26.707 MHz
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|UK Paging, often slightly offset (26.7065 MHz, etc.)
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|26.710 MHz
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|UK Paging, often slightly offset (26.709 MHz, etc.)
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|26.713 MHz
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|UK Paging, offset 26.7125 MHz
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|26.715 MHz
|26.715 MHz
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|26.735 MHz
|26.735 MHz
|Pager, unknown origin, possibly Eastern Europe and/or Russia
|Pager, unknown origin, possibly Eastern Europe and/or Russia
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|26.735 MHz
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|European paging systems, possibly also used in UK
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|26.739 MHz
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|FSK data links (narrowband bursts) - dial frequency 26.737 MHz USB or 26.740 MHz LSB
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|26.745 MHz
|26.745 MHz
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|UK Paging on-site pager
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|UK Paging on-site pager  
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|26.745 MHz
|26.745 MHz
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|26.745 MHz
|26.745 MHz
|Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode offset frequency from 26.75 MHz
|Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode offset frequency from 26.75 MHz
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|26.745 MHz
 
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|Channel 19A 27.195 MHz "down one band"
 
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|26.750 MHz
|26.750 MHz
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|26.750 MHz
|26.750 MHz
|Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode  
|Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode  
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|26.750 MHz
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|Hospital pagers Europe - POCSAG - confirmed active July 2022
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|26.750 MHz
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|Hospital pagers Europe - POCSAG - confirmed active July 2022
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|26.751 MHz
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|Pager - offset frequency 26.7505 or 26.751 MHz - Western Europe
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|26.755 MHz
|26.755 MHz
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|26.800 MHz
|26.800 MHz
|Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode  
|Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode  
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|26.805 MHz
 
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|Channel 23 27.255 MHz "down one band"
 
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|26.815 MHz
|26.815 MHz
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|26.850 MHz
|26.850 MHz
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|Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode  
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|Hospital pagers - Europe FM mode - FSK - confirmed active October 2021
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|26.855 MHz
|26.855 MHz
|France - low power RC radio control data frequency
|France - low power RC radio control data frequency
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|26.855 MHz
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|Hospital pagers - Europe FM mode - FSK - confirmed active October 2021
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|26.859 MHz
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|FSK data links (narrowband bursts) - dial frequency 26.857 MHz USB or 26.860 MHz LSB
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|26.865 MHz
|26.865 MHz
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|26.885 MHz
|26.885 MHz
|France - low power RC radio control data frequency
|France - low power RC radio control data frequency
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|26.885 MHz
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|POCSAG pager - Europe
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|26.890 MHz
|26.890 MHz
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|26.925 MHz
|26.925 MHz
|Data link system, heard in UK during band opening to Eastern Europe, CIS and/or Russia  
|Data link system, heard in UK during band opening to Eastern Europe, CIS and/or Russia  
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|26.935 MHz
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|Data link or telemetry system, unknown origin or source, possibly Middle East - FM mode
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|26.935 MHz
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|POCSAG pager - Europe
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|26.935 MHz
|26.935 MHz
|End European harmonized 26MHz pager band (26.225-26.935 MHz with some exceptions)
|End European harmonized 26MHz pager band (26.225-26.935 MHz with some exceptions)
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|26.940 MHz
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|POCSAG pager (other modes heard) - heard daily in Russia - Russian 26 MHz paging system
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|26.945 MHz
|26.945 MHz
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|26.945 MHz
|26.945 MHz
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|POCSAG pager (other modes heard) - heard daily in Russia - Russian 26 MHz paging system
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|Russia - State Committee for Radio Frequencies (Protocol No. 170 of 12/30/88) - 2 watt alarm data links - FSK
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|26.950 MHz
|26.950 MHz
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|Local pager, heard in mainland Europe, transmits "idle" signal even when no pages are being sent - '''off the air?'''
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|Local pager, heard in mainland Europe, transmits "idle" signal even when no pages are being sent  
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|26.950 MHz
|26.950 MHz
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|Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode  
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|Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode
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|26.950 MHz
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|Hospital pagers on-site paging systems Europe - confirmed active October 2021
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|26.950 MHz
|26.950 MHz
|Fixed allocation - often used for point-to-point links outside USA
|Fixed allocation - often used for point-to-point links outside USA
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|26.950 MHz
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|POCSAG pager (other modes heard) - heard daily in Russia - Russian 26 MHz paging system
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|26.955 MHz
|26.955 MHz
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|Paging heard on several Russian SDRs, possible alternate to 26.945 MHz and 26.95 MHz frequencies?  
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|Paging heard on several Russian SDRs, possible alternate to 26.945 MHz, 26.95 MHz and 26.96 MHz frequencies?  
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|26.955 MHz
|26.955 MHz
Line 339: Line 387:
|26.955 MHz
|26.955 MHz
|Fixed allocation - often used for point-to-point links outside USA (26950 kHz 26960 kHz allocation "international fixed")
|Fixed allocation - often used for point-to-point links outside USA (26950 kHz 26960 kHz allocation "international fixed")
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|26.957 MHz
 
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|BEGIN ISM ISM ALLOCATION 26957-27283 kHz [center frequency 27120 +/- 163 kHz]
 
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|26.960 MHz
|26.960 MHz
Line 351: Line 396:
|26.960 MHz
|26.960 MHz
|European standardized R/C and telemetry
|European standardized R/C and telemetry
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|26.960 MHz
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|Russia - State Committee for Radio Frequencies (Protocol No. 170 of 12/30/88) - 2 watt alarm data links - FSK
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|26.965 MHz
|26.965 MHz
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|26.978 MHz
|26.978 MHz
|New Zealand channel RP1A on-site paging POCSAG  
|New Zealand channel RP1A on-site paging POCSAG  
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|26.980 MHz
 
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|BEGIN [[Part_15#15.227_Operation_within_the_band_26.98-27.28_MHz.|Part 15 allocation]] 26.98 MHz - 27.28 MHz (26980 kHz - 27280 kHz)
 
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|26.995 MHz
|26.995 MHz
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|26.995 MHz
|26.995 MHz
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|Remote Control Technology Long Range Wireless Switch System LRWSS model # 01217 4-watt FSK (FM) 27MHz transmitter
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|Remote Control Technology Long Range Wireless Switch System LRWSS model # 01217 4 watt PTDFM FSK (FM) 27MHz transmitter
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|26.995 MHz
|26.995 MHz
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|Remote Control Technology Medium Range Wireless Switch System MRWSS model # 01214 2-watt FSK (FM) 27MHz transmitter PDTFM
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|Remote Control Technology Medium Range Wireless Switch System MRWSS model # 01214 2 watt FSK (FM) 27MHz transmitter
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|26.995 MHz
|26.995 MHz
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|26.995 MHz
|26.995 MHz
|European standardized Short-Range Device (SRD) 100mw (10 kHz bandwidth or less) (26.990 MHz - 27.000 MHz) "A1"
|European standardized Short-Range Device (SRD) 100mw (10 kHz bandwidth or less) (26.990 MHz - 27.000 MHz) "A1"
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|27.000 MHz
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|Russian data link or telemetry system, 10-12 kHz, MFSK
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|27.000 MHz
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|POCSAG Pager heard in UK and Europe - unknown source
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|27.003 MHz
|27.003 MHz
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|27.007 MHz
|27.007 MHz
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|POCSAG paging signal, heard in Finland (unknown source)
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|POCSAG paging signal, heard in Finland (unknown source), possibly offset 27.005 MHz or 27.0075 MHz
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|27.015 MHz
|27.015 MHz
Line 435: Line 486:
|27.048 MHz
|27.048 MHz
|Japanese On-Site Paging and R/C (interleaved with [[CB#Japan_CB_Radio_Frequencies|CB and 1W DSB Fishery Radio]])
|Japanese On-Site Paging and R/C (interleaved with [[CB#Japan_CB_Radio_Frequencies|CB and 1W DSB Fishery Radio]])
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|27.050 MHz
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|POCSAG Pager heard in UK and Europe - unknown source
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|27.053 MHz
|27.053 MHz
Line 441: Line 495:
|27.064 MHz
|27.064 MHz
|Voice pager - unknown origin - likely Europe - FM mode, possibly offset from 27.065 MHz  
|Voice pager - unknown origin - likely Europe - FM mode, possibly offset from 27.065 MHz  
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|27.069 MHz
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|FSK data links (narrowband bursts) - dial frequency 27.067 MHz USB or 27.070 MHz LSB
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|27.070 MHz
|27.070 MHz
Line 446: Line 503:
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|27.070 MHz
|27.070 MHz
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|POGSAG Pager FM - Russian origin - Russia paging frequency  
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|POGSAG Pager FM - Russian origin - 27 MHz Russian paging system frequency  
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|27.075 MHz
|27.075 MHz
Line 492: Line 549:
|27.100 MHz
|27.100 MHz
|European standardized Eurobalise train telemetry system 27,090-27,100 MHz (27,095 MHz center frequency, system 27.09 MHz-27.1 MHz)
|European standardized Eurobalise train telemetry system 27,090-27,100 MHz (27,095 MHz center frequency, system 27.09 MHz-27.1 MHz)
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|27.100 MHz
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|FSK data links (narrowband bursts) - dial frequency 27.097 MHz USB or 27.103 MHz LSB
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|27.100 MHz
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|POCSAG Pager heard in UK and Europe - unknown source
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|27.103 MHz
|27.103 MHz
|New Zealand channel RP6A on-site paging POCSAG  
|New Zealand channel RP6A on-site paging POCSAG  
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|27.120 MHz
 
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|ISM center frequency 27.120 MHz +/- 163 kHz, often used for Part 15 devices (26.957 to 27.283 MHz)
 
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|27.120 MHz
|27.120 MHz
Line 504: Line 564:
|27.120 MHz
|27.120 MHz
|New Zealand R/C Channel 112 (100mw maximum power)
|New Zealand R/C Channel 112 (100mw maximum power)
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|27.120 MHz
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|POCSAG Pager Signals heard in UK - unknown origin
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|27.125 MHz
|27.125 MHz
Line 510: Line 573:
|27.125 MHz
|27.125 MHz
|Part 15 Beacon frequency (second harmonic 13 MHz ISM band 27.106 MHz - 27.134 MHz / 27106 kHz - 27134 kHz)
|Part 15 Beacon frequency (second harmonic 13 MHz ISM band 27.106 MHz - 27.134 MHz / 27106 kHz - 27134 kHz)
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|27.129 MHz
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|FSK data links (narrowband bursts)
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|27.136 MHz
|27.136 MHz
Line 519: Line 585:
|27.140 MHz
|27.140 MHz
|Russian pagers, heard on Russian and Eastern European SDRs
|Russian pagers, heard on Russian and Eastern European SDRs
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|27.141 MHz
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|FSK data links (narrowband bursts) - dial frequency 27.138 MHz USB or 27.144 MHz LSB
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|27.143 MHz
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|FSK data links (narrowband bursts) - dial frequency 27.140 MHz USB or 27.146 MHz LSB
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|27.145 MHz
|27.145 MHz
Line 525: Line 597:
|27.145 MHz
|27.145 MHz
|Radio Control RC Service Part 95 4 watt power limit in USA  
|Radio Control RC Service Part 95 4 watt power limit in USA  
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|27.145 MHz
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|THOR GUARD Voice of Thor - VOT - 27.255 MHz one-to-many alarm control system (strobe or siren) - 44 output version
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|27.145 MHz
|27.145 MHz
Line 546: Line 621:
|27.175 MHz
|27.175 MHz
|UK data frequency, UK low-power R/C "Yellow-Green" telemetry (100 mw limit)
|UK data frequency, UK low-power R/C "Yellow-Green" telemetry (100 mw limit)
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|27.179 MHz
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|FSK data links (narrowband bursts) - dial frequency 27.177 MHz USB or 27.180 MHz LSB
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|27.187 MHz
|27.187 MHz
Line 569: Line 647:
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|27.195 MHz
|27.195 MHz
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|Remote Control Technology Short Range Wireless Switch System SRWSS model # 01245 1-watt FSK (FM) 27MHz transmitter
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|Remote Control Technology Short Range Wireless Switch System SRWSS model # 01215 1 watt PTDFM FSK (FM) 27MHz transmitter
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|27.200 MHz
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|POCSAG Pager heard in UK and Europe - unknown source
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|27.210 MHz
|27.210 MHz
Line 579: Line 660:
|27.220 MHz
|27.220 MHz
|New Zealand R/C Channel 122 (100mw maximum power)
|New Zealand R/C Channel 122 (100mw maximum power)
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|27.220 MHz
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|POCSAG Pager Signals heard in UK - unknown origin
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|27.225 MHz
|27.225 MHz
Line 585: Line 669:
|27.230 MHz
|27.230 MHz
|European standardized R/C and telemetry  
|European standardized R/C and telemetry  
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|27.233 MHz
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|POCSAG Paging signals, narrowband (center frequency 27.233, tune 27.230 MHz USB)
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|27.235 MHz
|27.235 MHz
Line 609: Line 696:
|27.250 MHz
|27.250 MHz
|Noted use in Eastern Europe/Russia for POCSAG
|Noted use in Eastern Europe/Russia for POCSAG
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|27.250 MHz
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|POCSAG pager - heard in UK, 8-10 kHz wide signal
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|27.250 MHz
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|POCSAG Pager heard in UK and Europe - unknown source
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|27.255 MHz
|27.255 MHz
Line 626: Line 719:
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|27.255 MHz
|27.255 MHz
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|Multiple-site FSK 27 MHz data link system noted near Highland Falls, NY USA, nearly constant FSK data bursts  
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|Multiple-site FSK 27 MHz data link system noted near Highland Falls, NY USA, nearly constant FSK data bursts - '''off the air?'''
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|27.255 MHz
|27.255 MHz
|Multiple-site FSK datalink system noted near CT/MA border, similar data bursts to systems in New York state   
|Multiple-site FSK datalink system noted near CT/MA border, similar data bursts to systems in New York state   
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|27.255 MHz
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|Multiple-site FSK 27 MHz data link system noted near Rockport, Maine - FSK data bursts identical to those seen on Highland Falls NY SDR
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|27.255 MHz
|27.255 MHz
Line 656: Line 752:
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|27.255 MHz
|27.255 MHz
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|THOR GUARD Voice of Thor - VOT - 27.255 MHz one-to-many alarm control system (strobe or siren) - 4w or 12w output versions available
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|THOR GUARD Voice of Thor - VOT - 27.255 MHz one-to-many alarm control system (strobe or siren) - 12w output version
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|27.255 MHz
|27.255 MHz
Line 681: Line 777:
|27.255 MHz
|27.255 MHz
|POCSAG Paging System - unknown location last heard during 11 meter band opening in 2016
|POCSAG Paging System - unknown location last heard during 11 meter band opening in 2016
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|27.259 MHz
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|FSK data links (narrowband bursts) - dial frequency 27.257 MHz USB or 27.260 MHz LSB
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|27.262 MHz
|27.262 MHz
Line 696: Line 795:
|27.280 MHz
|27.280 MHz
|New Zealand R/C Channel 128 (100mw maximum power)
|New Zealand R/C Channel 128 (100mw maximum power)
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|-
 
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|27.280 MHz
 
-
|END [[Part_15#15.227_Operation_within_the_band_26.98-27.28_MHz.|Part 15 allocation]] 26.98 MHz - 27.28 MHz (26980 kHz - 27280 kHz)
 
|-
|-
|27.282 MHz
|27.282 MHz
|Republic of Korea / South Korea on-site paging frequency  
|Republic of Korea / South Korea on-site paging frequency  
-
|-
 
-
|27.283 MHz
 
-
|END ISM ALLOCATION 26957-27283 kHz [center frequency 27120 +/- 163 kHz]
 
|-
|-
|27.300 MHz
|27.300 MHz
|POCSAG Paging (heard daily in UK)
|POCSAG Paging (heard daily in UK)
 +
|-
 +
|27.319 MHz
 +
|FSK data links (narrowband bursts) - dial frequency 27.317 MHz USB or 27.320 MHz LSB
|-
|-
|27.350 MHz
|27.350 MHz
Line 748: Line 844:
|Republic of Korea / South Korea on-site paging frequency allocation (offset frequency 27.4425 MHz)
|Republic of Korea / South Korea on-site paging frequency allocation (offset frequency 27.4425 MHz)
|-
|-
-
|27.445 MHz
+
|27.450 MHz
-
|Channel 3A 26.995 MHz "up one band"
+
|Paging, heard in several parts of Europe, sometimes an unmodulated FM carrier transmitted - 27.45 MHz  
|-
|-
|27.450 MHz
|27.450 MHz
-
|Paging, heard in several parts of Europe
+
|Alarm system datalinks - UK - 500mW power limit (considered a SRD or [[Remote_Control|RC]] device)
|-
|-
|27.465 MHz
|27.465 MHz
|Short-range audio links, including radio microphones (Czech Republic)
|Short-range audio links, including radio microphones (Czech Republic)
-
|-
 
-
|27.495 MHz
 
-
|Channel 7A 27.045 MHz "up one band"
 
|-
|-
|27.500 MHz
|27.500 MHz
Line 765: Line 858:
|27.500 MHz
|27.500 MHz
|BEGIN East Asian (Chinese) marine radio FM voice CB and FSK data [[CB#China.2FHong_Kong_Chinese_27.5-39.5_MHz_HF_and_VHF-low_Fishery_Marine_Band_FM_Fishing_Radio|service]], 25 kHz steps to 39.475 MHz / 39.5 MHz
|BEGIN East Asian (Chinese) marine radio FM voice CB and FSK data [[CB#China.2FHong_Kong_Chinese_27.5-39.5_MHz_HF_and_VHF-low_Fishery_Marine_Band_FM_Fishing_Radio|service]], 25 kHz steps to 39.475 MHz / 39.5 MHz
 +
|-
 +
|27.505 MHz
 +
|POCSAG Paging Signals 8-12 kHz wide
|-
|-
|27.510 MHz
|27.510 MHz
Line 770: Line 866:
|-
|-
|27.510 MHz
|27.510 MHz
-
|Paging, voice and data - possibly offset 27.5125 MHz  
+
|Paging, voice and data - possibly offset 27.5125 MHz or 27.513 MHz  
|-
|-
|27.515 MHz
|27.515 MHz
Line 777: Line 873:
|27.545 MHz
|27.545 MHz
|R/C, data link and telemetry low power "RC channel 31"
|R/C, data link and telemetry low power "RC channel 31"
-
|-
 
-
|27.545 MHz
 
-
|Channel 11A 27.095 MHz "up one band"
 
|-
|-
|27.550 MHz
|27.550 MHz
Line 789: Line 882:
|27.565 MHz
|27.565 MHz
|Short-range audio links, including radio microphones (Czech Republic)
|Short-range audio links, including radio microphones (Czech Republic)
-
|-
 
-
|27.595 MHz
 
-
|Channel 15A 27.145 MHz "up one band"
 
|-
|-
|27.600 MHz
|27.600 MHz
Line 807: Line 897:
|27.635 MHz
|27.635 MHz
|Digital modes (ROS, PSK31, etc) and paging found here - Europe  
|Digital modes (ROS, PSK31, etc) and paging found here - Europe  
-
|-
 
-
|27.645 MHz
 
-
|Channel 19A 27.195 MHz "up one band"
 
|-
|-
|27.650 MHz
|27.650 MHz
Line 825: Line 912:
|27.700 MHz
|27.700 MHz
|POCSAG Paging (heard daily in Netherlands)
|POCSAG Paging (heard daily in Netherlands)
-
|-
 
-
|27.705 MHz
 
-
|Channel 23 27.255 MHz "up one band"
 
|-
|-
|27.715 MHz
|27.715 MHz
Line 849: Line 933:
|27.815 MHz
|27.815 MHz
|Short-range audio links, including radio microphones (Czech Republic)
|Short-range audio links, including radio microphones (Czech Republic)
 +
|-
 +
|27.845 MHz
 +
|POCSAG Pager - UK and/or Europe
 +
|-
 +
|27.850 MHz
 +
|POCSAG paging signals - Europe
|-
|-
|27.850 MHz
|27.850 MHz
Line 867: Line 957:
|27.915 MHz
|27.915 MHz
|Short-range audio links, including radio microphones (Czech Republic)
|Short-range audio links, including radio microphones (Czech Republic)
 +
|-
 +
|27.950 MHz
 +
|POCSAG Paging - Heard in UK (June 2022)
|-
|-
|27.965 MHz
|27.965 MHz
|Short-range audio links, including radio microphones (Czech Republic)
|Short-range audio links, including radio microphones (Czech Republic)
|-
|-
-
|27.975 MHz
+
|27.970 MHz
-
|European standardized data link, telemetry and R/C  - 100mw power limit 8.5 kHz bandwidth
+
|FSK data links
|-
|-
-
|27.985 MHz
+
|27.980 MHz
-
|European standardized data link, telemetry and R/C  - 100mw power limit 8.5 kHz bandwidth
+
|FSK data links
 +
|-
 +
|27.990 MHz
 +
|FSK data links
 +
|-
 +
|27.992 MHz
 +
|FSK data links - 27.992 MHz 27.993 MHz
|-
|-
|27.995 MHz
|27.995 MHz
-
|European standardized data link, telemetry and R/C  - 100mw power limit 8.5 kHz bandwidth
+
|FSK data links
-
|}
+
|-
-
 
+
|29.750 MHz
-
 
+
|POCSAG Paging Pager - Heard in UK, likely European origin 29.75 MHz POCSAG
-
 
+
|-
 +
|29.800 MHz
 +
|POCSAG Paging Pager - Heard in UK, likely European origin 29.8 MHz POCSAG
 +
|-
 +
|29.850 MHz
 +
|POCSAG Paging Pager - Heard in UK, likely European origin 29.85 MHz POCSAG
 +
|-
 +
|29.900 MHz
 +
|POCSAG Paging Pager - Heard in UK, likely European origin 29.9 MHz POCSAG
 +
|-
 +
|29.950 MHz
 +
|POCSAG Paging Pager - Heard in UK, likely European origin 29.95 MHz POCAG
 +
|}
 +
==Frequency List - Europe and UK==
 +
{| class="wikitable"
 +
! Frequency
 +
! Remarks
 +
|-
 +
|25.475 MHz
 +
|On-site and hospital paging, FM voice and data (Western Europe)
 +
|-
 +
|25.775 MHz
 +
|On-site and hospital paging, FM voice and data (Western Europe)  - confirmed active July 2022
 +
|-
 +
|26.100 MHz
 +
|European standard hospital and on-site on-campus paging - Europe and UK 
 +
|-
 +
|26.150 MHz
 +
|European standard hospital and on-site on-campus paging - Europe and UK 
 +
|-
 +
|26.200 MHz
 +
|Hospital and on-site paging systems, Italy, Holland, UK and others - very active frequency
 +
|-
 +
|26.220 MHz
 +
|UK Paging on-site pager
 +
|-
 +
|26.225 MHz
 +
|UK Paging on-site pager
 +
|-
 +
|26.237 MHz
 +
|UK Paging on-site, non-hospital use (offset frequency, 26.2375 MHz, 26.238 MHz)
 +
|-
 +
|26.250 MHz
 +
|European standard hospital and on-site on-campus paging - Europe and UK
 +
|-
 +
|26.300 MHz
 +
|European standard hospital and on-site on-campus paging - Europe and UK
 +
|-
 +
|26.350 MHz
 +
|UK Paging on-site pager
 +
|-
 +
|26.350 MHz
 +
|European standard hospital and on-site on-campus paging - Europe and UK
 +
|-
 +
|26.350 MHz
 +
|Italy Paging on-site pager (European standard frequency, AM and FM allowed)
 +
|-
 +
|26.400 MHz
 +
|European standard hospital and on-site on-campus paging - Europe and UK
 +
|-
 +
|26.410 MHz
 +
|UK Paging on-site, non-hospital use
 +
|-
 +
|26.435 MHz
 +
|UK Paging on-site, non-hospital use (offset frequency, 26.436 MHz)
 +
|-
 +
|26.437 MHz
 +
|UK Paging on-site, non-hospital use (offset frequency, 26.4375 MHz, 26.438 MHz)
 +
|-
 +
|26.450 MHz
 +
|European standard hospital and on-site on-campus paging - Europe and UK
 +
|-
 +
|26.460 MHz
 +
|UK Paging on-site, non-hospital use (offset frequency) 
 +
|-
 +
|26.462 MHz
 +
|UK Paging on-site, non-hospital use (offset frequency, 26.4625 MHz, 26.463 MHz) 
 +
|-
 +
|26.500 MHz
 +
|European standard hospital and on-site on-campus paging
 +
|-
 +
|26.500 MHz
 +
|Italy Paging on-site pager (wide signal, 12-13 kHz bandwidth)
 +
|-
 +
|26.510 MHz
 +
|European POCSAG paging signal
 +
|-
 +
|26.545 MHz
 +
|UK Paging on-site, non-hospital use
 +
|-
 +
|26.550 MHz
 +
|European standard hospital and on-site on-campus paging
 +
|-
 +
|26.555 MHz
 +
|POCSAG pager - Europe
 +
|-
 +
|26.580 MHz
 +
|UK Paging on-site, non-hospital use
 +
|-
 +
|26.590 MHz
 +
|UK Paging on-site, non-hospital use (offset frequency, 26.5875 MHz, 26.588 MHz)
 +
|-
 +
|26.600 MHz
 +
|European standard hospital and on-site on-campus paging
 +
|-
 +
|26.605 MHz
 +
|UK Paging Frequency, also European systems
 +
|-
 +
|26.605 MHz
 +
|POCSAG Pager - UK and Western Europe
 +
|-
 +
|26.615 MHz
 +
|UK Paging on-site, non-hospital use, heard on European SDRs during band openings
 +
|-
 +
|26.635 MHz
 +
|UK Paging on-site systems
 +
|-
 +
|26.635 MHz
 +
|On-site paging - French allocation (France 26 MHz pager)
 +
|-
 +
|26.650 MHz
 +
|European standard hospital and on-site on-campus paging 
 +
|-
 +
|26.665 MHz
 +
|Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode, offset 26.6625 MHz
 +
|-
 +
|26.670 MHz
 +
|UK Paging on-site, non-hospital use
 +
|-
 +
|26.670 MHz
 +
|US Navy Naval Research Laboratory NRL Research radio buoys radiobuoys 500mw 0.5 watt FSK data telemetry system
 +
|-
 +
|26.675 MHz
 +
|Designated FM (ROS, PSK31, etc) data channel in Germany [German CB channel 52]
 +
|-
 +
|26.685 MHz
 +
|Designated FM (ROS, PSK31, etc) data channel in Germany [German CB channel 53]
 +
|-
 +
|26.695 MHz
 +
|On-site paging - French allocation (France 26 MHz pager)
 +
|-
 +
|26.695 MHz
 +
|Offset frequency for 26.700 MHz, heard in Western Europe and UK - confirmed active June 2022
 +
|-
 +
|26.695 MHz
 +
|On-site paging - French allocation (France 26 MHz pager)
 +
|-
 +
|26.695 MHz
 +
|Offset frequency for 26.700 MHz, heard in Western Europe and UK - confirmed active June 2022
 +
|-
 +
|26.700 MHz
 +
|European on-site paging systems - confirmed active July 2022
 +
|-
 +
|26.700 MHz
 +
|Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode
 +
|-
 +
|26.703 MHz
 +
|Offset frequency for 26.7025 MHz, heard in Western Europe and UK
 +
|-
 +
|26.705 MHz
 +
|Offset frequency for 26.700 MHz, heard in Western Europe and UK
 +
|-
 +
|26.707 MHz
 +
|UK Paging, often slightly offset (26.7065 MHz, etc.)
 +
|-
 +
|26.710 MHz
 +
|UK Paging, often slightly offset (26.709 MHz, etc.)
 +
|-
 +
|26.713 MHz
 +
|UK Paging, offset 26.7125 MHz
 +
|-
 +
|26.715 MHz
 +
|UK Paging on-site pager
 +
|-
 +
|26.725 MHz
 +
|UK Paging on-site pager
 +
|-
 +
|26.735 MHz
 +
|Pager, unknown origin, possibly Eastern Europe and/or Russia
 +
|-
 +
|26.735 MHz
 +
|European paging systems, possibly also used in UK
 +
|-
 +
|26.739 MHz
 +
|FSK data links (narrowband bursts) - dial frequency 26.737 MHz USB or 26.740 MHz LSB
 +
|-
 +
|26.745 MHz
 +
|UK Paging on-site pager
 +
|-
 +
|26.745 MHz
 +
|On-site paging - French allocation (France 26 MHz pager)
 +
|-
 +
|26.745 MHz
 +
|Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode offset frequency from 26.75 MHz
 +
|-
 +
|26.750 MHz
 +
|UK Paging on-site pager
 +
|-
 +
|26.750 MHz
 +
|European standard hospital and on-site on-campus paging
 +
|-
 +
|26.750 MHz
 +
|Hospital pagers Europe - POCSAG - confirmed active July 2022
 +
|-
 +
|26.751 MHz
 +
|Pager - offset frequency 26.7505 or 26.751 MHz - Western Europe
 +
|-
 +
|26.755 MHz
 +
|UK Paging on-site pager, monitored in Finland and elsewhere in Europe
 +
|-
 +
|26.785 MHz
 +
|UK Paging on-site pager
 +
|-
 +
|26.800 MHz
 +
|European standard hospital and on-site on-campus paging
 +
|-
 +
|26.815 MHz
 +
|UK Paging on-site pager, offset 26.810 MHz or 26.8125 MHz
 +
|-
 +
|26.835 MHz
 +
|UK Paging on-site Radio Paging Hire frequency - maximum ERP 2 watts 26.8350 MHz
 +
|-
 +
|26.835 MHz
 +
|POCSAG pager - Eastern Europe or Russia source
 +
|-
 +
|26.850 MHz
 +
|Voice pager - unknown origin - likely Europe - FM mode
 +
|-
 +
|26.850 MHz
 +
|European standard hospital and on-site on-campus paging
 +
|-
 +
|26.855 MHz
 +
|Hospital pagers - European source
 +
|-
 +
|26.865 MHz
 +
|UK Paging on-site pager
 +
|-
 +
|26.885 MHz
 +
|POCSAG pager - Europe
 +
|-
 +
|26.890 MHz
 +
|POCSAG pager logged in Europe during band openings, unknown origin
 +
|-
 +
|26.895 MHz
 +
|France - low power RC radio control data frequency
 +
|-
 +
|26.900 MHz
 +
||European standard hospital and on-site on-campus paging - very active frequency
 +
|-
 +
|26.900 MHz
 +
|Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode
 +
|-
 +
|26.915 MHz
 +
|Designated FM (ROS, PSK31, etc) data channel in Germany [German CB channel 76]
 +
|-
 +
|26.920 MHz
 +
|UK Paging on-site Radio Paging Hire frequency - maximum ERP 2 watts 26.9200 MHz
 +
|-
 +
|26.925 MHz
 +
|Designated FM (ROS, PSK31, etc) data channel in Germany [German CB channel 77]
 +
|-
 +
|26.925 MHz
 +
|Data link system, heard in UK during band opening to Eastern Europe, CIS and/or Russia
 +
|-
 +
|26.935 MHz
 +
|Data link or telemetry system, unknown origin or source, possibly Middle East - FM mode
 +
|-
 +
|26.935 MHz
 +
|POCSAG pager - Europe
 +
|-
 +
|26.938 MHz
 +
|POCSAG pager - Europe - offset frequency 26.937 MHz 26.9375 MHz
 +
|-
 +
|26.940 MHz
 +
|POCSAG pager (other modes heard) - heard daily in Russia - Russian 26 MHz paging system
 +
|-
 +
|26.945 MHz
 +
|ITU RCC SRD alarms frequency 2 watt ERP 11 kHz bandwidth (26.939 MHz - 26.951 MHz SRD allocation)
 +
|-
 +
|26.945 MHz
 +
|Russia - State Committee for Radio Frequencies (Protocol No. 170 of 12/30/88) - 2 watt alarm data links - FSK
 +
|-
 +
|26.950 MHz
 +
|Local pager, heard in mainland Europe, transmits "idle" signal even when no pages are being sent
 +
|-
 +
|26.950 MHz
 +
|Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode
 +
|-
 +
|26.950 MHz
 +
|European standard hospital and on-site on-campus paging
 +
|-
 +
|26.950 MHz
 +
|International fixed service allocation
 +
|-
 +
|26.950 MHz
 +
|POCSAG pager (other modes heard) - heard daily in Russia - Russian 26 MHz paging system
 +
|-
 +
|26.955 MHz
 +
|International fixed service allocation
 +
|-
 +
|26.955 MHz
 +
|Paging heard on several Russian SDRs, possible alternate to 26.945 MHz, 26.95 MHz and 26.96 MHz frequencies?
 +
|-
 +
|26.955 MHz
 +
|European standardized R/C and telemetry
 +
|-
 +
|26.960 MHz
 +
|ITU RCC SRD alarms frequency 2 watt ERP 11 kHz bandwidth (26.954 MHz - 26.966 MHz MHz SRD allocation)
 +
|-
 +
|26.960 MHz
 +
|Local pager, heard in mainland Europe, POCSAG paging 26MHz
 +
|-
 +
|26.960 MHz
 +
|European standardized R/C and telemetry
 +
|-
 +
|26.960 MHz
 +
|Russia - State Committee for Radio Frequencies (Protocol No. 170 of 12/30/88) - 2 watt alarm data links - FSK
 +
|-
 +
|26.965 MHz
 +
|On-site local paging 5 watt ERP (Finland)
 +
|-
 +
|26.975 MHz
 +
|UK data frequency, UK low-power R/C "Black" telemetry (100 mw limit)
 +
|-
 +
|26.995 MHz
 +
|Data link, paging systems and pagers, worldwide - also used for R/C purposes "Channel 3A"
 +
|-
 +
|26.995 MHz
 +
|UK data frequency, UK low-power R/C "Brown" telemetry (100 mw limit)
 +
|-
 +
|26.995 MHz
 +
|European standardized Short-Range Device (SRD) 100mw (10 kHz bandwidth or less) (26.990 MHz - 27.000 MHz) "A1"
 +
|-
 +
|27.000 MHz
 +
|Russian data link or telemetry system, 10-12 kHz, MFSK
 +
|-
 +
|27.007 MHz
 +
|POCSAG paging signal, heard in Finland (unknown source), possibly offset 27.005 MHz or 27.0075 MHz
 +
|-
 +
|27.015 MHz
 +
|Noted use for low-power on site paging in Ireland
 +
|-
 +
|27.020 MHz
 +
|POGSAG Pager FM - Russian origin - Russia paging frequency
 +
|-
 +
|27.025 MHz
 +
|UK data frequency, UK low-power R/C "Brown-Red" telemetry (100 mw limit)
 +
|-
 +
|27.045 MHz
 +
|Data link, paging systems and pagers, worldwide - also used for R/C purposes "Channel 7A"
 +
|-
 +
|27.045 MHz
 +
|Radio Control RC Service Part 95 4 watt power limit in USA
 +
|-
 +
|27.045 MHz
 +
|UK data frequency, UK low-power R/C "Red" telemetry (100 mw limit)
 +
|-
 +
|27.045 MHz
 +
|European standardized Short-Range Device (SRD) 100mw (10 kHz bandwidth or less) (27.040 MHz - 27.050 MHz) "A2"
 +
|-
 +
|27.064 MHz
 +
|Voice pager - unknown origin - likely Europe - FM mode, possibly offset from 27.065 MHz
 +
|-
 +
|27.070 MHz
 +
|POGSAG Pager FM - Russian origin - 27 MHz Russian paging system frequency
 +
|-
 +
|27.075 MHz
 +
|On-site local paging 5 watt ERP (Finland)
 +
|-
 +
|27.075 MHz
 +
|Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode
 +
|-
 +
|27.075 MHz
 +
|UK data frequency, UK low-power R/C "Red-Orange" telemetry (100 mw limit)
 +
|-
 +
|27.078 MHz
 +
|New Zealand channel RP5A on-site paging POCSAG
 +
|-
 +
|27.090 MHz
 +
|Russian pagers, heard on Russian and Eastern European SDRs
 +
|-
 +
|27.090 MHz
 +
|European standardized Eurobalise train telemetry system 27,090-27,100 MHz (27,095 MHz center frequency, system 27.09 MHz-27.1 MHz)
 +
|-
 +
|27.095 MHz
 +
|Data link, paging systems and pagers, worldwide - also used for R/C purposes "Channel 11A"
 +
|-
 +
|27.095 MHz
 +
|LEMOS Radiometrix NTX0-27.095-5-10MW - 10mw 10 kHz/12.5 kHz channel NBFM telemetry datalink transmitter 27.095 MHz
 +
|-
 +
|27.095 MHz
 +
|LEMOS Radiometrix NTX0-27.095-5-100MW - 100mw 10 kHz/12.5 kHz channel NBFM telemetry datalink transmitter 27.095 MHz
 +
|-
 +
|27.095 MHz
 +
|Australian 27 MHz R/C Channel 3
 +
|-
 +
|27.095 MHz
 +
|UK data frequency, UK low-power R/C "Orange" telemetry (100 mw limit)
 +
|-
 +
|27.095 MHz
 +
|European standardized Short-Range Device (SRD) 100mw (10 kHz bandwidth or less) (27.090 MHz - 27.100 MHz) "A3"
 +
|-
 +
|27.095 MHz
 +
|European standardized Eurobalise train telemetry system 27,095 MHz +/- 500 kHz 26.695 MHz - 27.595 MHz
 +
|-
 +
|27.100 MHz
 +
|European standardized Eurobalise train telemetry system 27,090-27,100 MHz (27,095 MHz center frequency, system 27.09 MHz-27.1 MHz)
 +
|-
 +
|27.100 MHz
 +
|POCSAG Pager heard in UK and Europe - unknown source
 +
|-
 +
|27.120 MHz
 +
|Part 15 Beacon frequency (second harmonic of 22 meters 13.56 MHz x2 - 27.12 MHz)
 +
|-
 +
|27.120 MHz
 +
|POCSAG Pager Signals heard in UK - unknown origin
 +
|-
 +
|27.125 MHz
 +
|UK data frequency, UK low-power R/C "Orange-Yellow" telemetry (100 mw limit)
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|-
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|27.140 MHz
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|Russian pagers, heard on Russian and Eastern European SDRs
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|-
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|27.145 MHz
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|Data link, paging systems and pagers, worldwide - also used for R/C purposes "Channel 15A"
 +
|-
 +
|27.145 MHz
 +
|THOR GUARD Voice of Thor - VOT - 27.255 MHz one-to-many alarm control system (strobe or siren) - 44 output version
 +
|-
 +
|27.145 MHz
 +
|UK data frequency, UK low-power R/C "Yellow" telemetry (100 mw limit)
 +
|-
 +
|27.145 MHz
 +
|European standardized Short-Range Device (SRD) 100mw (10 kHz bandwidth or less) (27.140 MHz - 27.150 MHz) "A4"
 +
|-
 +
|27.150 MHz
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|POCSAG Pager heard in UK and Europe - unknown source
 +
|-
 +
|27.175 MHz
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|UK data frequency, UK low-power R/C "Yellow-Green" telemetry (100 mw limit)
 +
|-
 +
|27.190 MHz
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|Paging, possibly on-site, heard on French and German SDRs
 +
|-
 +
|27.195 MHz
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|Data link, paging systems and pagers, worldwide - also used for R/C purposes "Channel 19A"
 +
|-
 +
|27.195 MHz
 +
|UK data frequency, UK low-power R/C "Green" telemetry (100 mw limit)
 +
|-
 +
|27.195 MHz
 +
|European standardized Short-Range Device (SRD) 100mw (10 kHz bandwidth or less) (27.190 MHz - 27.200 MHz) "A5"
 +
|-
 +
|27.195 MHz
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|Remote Control Technology Short Range Wireless Switch System SRWSS model # 01215 1 watt PTDFM FSK (FM) 27MHz transmitter
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|-
 +
|27.200 MHz
 +
|POCSAG Pager heard in UK and Europe - unknown source
 +
|-
 +
|27.220 MHz
 +
|POCSAG Pager Signals heard in UK - unknown origin
 +
|-
 +
|27.225 MHz
 +
|UK data frequency, UK low-power "Green-Blue" R/C telemetry (100 mw limit)
 +
|-
 +
|27.230 MHz
 +
|European standardized R/C and telemetry
 +
|-
 +
|27.233 MHz
 +
|POCSAG Paging signals, narrowband (center frequency 27.233, tune 27.230 MHz USB)
 +
|-
 +
|27.235 MHz
 +
|Digital modes (ROS, PSK31, etc) and paging found here - Europe
 +
|-
 +
|27.240 MHz
 +
|European standardized R/C and telemetry
 +
|-
 +
|27.245 MHz
 +
|Digital modes (ROS, PSK31, etc) and paging found here - Europe
 +
|-
 +
|27.245 MHz
 +
|UK data frequency, UK low-power R/C "Blue" telemetry (100 mw limit)
 +
|-
 +
|27.250 MHz
 +
|Noted use in Eastern Europe/Russia for POCSAG
 +
|-
 +
|27.250 MHz
 +
|POCSAG pager - heard in UK, 8-10 kHz wide signal
 +
|-
 +
|27.255 MHz
 +
|Data link, paging systems and pagers, worldwide - also used for R/C purposes - CB Channel 23
 +
|-
 +
|27.255 MHz
 +
|On-site local paging 5 watt ERP (Finland)
 +
|-
 +
|27.270 MHz
 +
|Local pager, heard in mainland Europe, similar to systems operating on 27.300 MHz and 27.350 MHz
 +
|-
 +
|27.275 MHz
 +
|UK data frequency, UK low-power R/C "White" or "Purple" telemetry (100 mw limit)
 +
|-
 +
|27.300 MHz
 +
|POCSAG Paging (heard daily in UK)
 +
|-
 +
|27.350 MHz
 +
|POCSAG Paging (heard sporadically in UK - unknown origin)
 +
|-
 +
|27.360 MHz
 +
|POCSAG Paging (heard sporadically in UK - unknown origin)
 +
|-
 +
|27.400 MHz
 +
|On-site local paging 5 watt ERP (Finland)
 +
|-
 +
|27.410 MHz
 +
|European standardized R/C and telemetry
 +
|-
 +
|27.415 MHz
 +
|European standardized R/C and telemetry
 +
|-
 +
|27.415 MHz
 +
|Short-range audio links, including radio microphones (Czech Republic)
 +
|-
 +
|27.450 MHz
 +
|Paging, heard in several parts of Europe, sometimes an unmodulated FM carrier transmitted - 27.45 MHz
 +
|-
 +
|27.450 MHz
 +
|Alarm system datalinks - UK - 500mW power limit (considered a SRD or [[Remote_Control|RC]] device)
 +
|-
 +
|27.465 MHz
 +
|Short-range audio links, including radio microphones (Czech Republic)
 +
|-
 +
|27.500 MHz
 +
|Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode - POCSAG signals noted on frequency 
 +
|-
 +
|27.505 MHz
 +
|POCSAG Paging Signals 8-12 kHz wide
 +
|-
 +
|27.510 MHz
 +
|Paging, German allocation pager 27 MHz - Germany / Central Europe
 +
|-
 +
|27.510 MHz
 +
|Paging, voice and data - possibly offset 27.5125 MHz or 27.513 MHz
 +
|-
 +
|27.515 MHz
 +
|Short-range audio links, including radio microphones (Czech Republic)
 +
|-
 +
|27.545 MHz
 +
|R/C, data link and telemetry low power "RC channel 31"
 +
|-
 +
|27.550 MHz
 +
|Paging, POCSAG, heard on European SDRs, unknown origin
 +
|-
 +
|27.550 MHz
 +
|Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode
 +
|-
 +
|27.565 MHz
 +
|Short-range audio links, including radio microphones (Czech Republic)
 +
|-
 +
|27.600 MHz
 +
|POCSAG Paging (heard daily in Netherlands)
 +
|-
 +
|27.615 MHz
 +
|Short-range audio links, including radio microphones (Czech Republic)
 +
|-
 +
|27.615 MHz
 +
|R/C, data link and telemetry low power "RC channel 32"
 +
|-
 +
|27.635 MHz
 +
|R/C, data link and telemetry low power "RC channel 33"
 +
|-
 +
|27.635 MHz
 +
|Digital modes (ROS, PSK31, etc) and paging found here - Europe
 +
|-
 +
|27.650 MHz
 +
|POCSAG Paging (heard daily in Netherlands)
 +
|-
 +
|27.650 MHz
 +
|Data link/Carrier signal, FM/FSK, possible military, Norfolk, VA - confirmed active again March 2019
 +
|-
 +
|27.665 MHz
 +
|Short-range audio links, including radio microphones (Czech Republic)
 +
|-
 +
|27.675 MHz
 +
|R/C, data link and telemetry low power "RC channel 34"
 +
|-
 +
|27.700 MHz
 +
|POCSAG Paging (heard daily in Netherlands)
 +
|-
 +
|27.715 MHz
 +
|Short-range audio links, including radio microphones (Czech Republic)
 +
|-
 +
|27.725 MHz
 +
|R/C, data link and telemetry low power "RC channel 35"
 +
|-
 +
|27.750 MHz
 +
|POCSAG Paging (heard daily in Netherlands)
 +
|-
 +
|27.765 MHz
 +
|Short-range audio links, including radio microphones (Czech Republic)
 +
|-
 +
|27.775 MHz
 +
|R/C, data link and telemetry low power "RC channel 36"
 +
|-
 +
|27.800 MHz
 +
|Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode
 +
|-
 +
|27.815 MHz
 +
|Short-range audio links, including radio microphones (Czech Republic)
 +
|-
 +
|27.845 MHz
 +
|POCSAG Pager - UK and/or Europe
 +
|-
 +
|27.847 MHz
 +
|POCSAG Pager - UK and/or Europe offset frequency 27.8465 MHz
 +
|-
 +
|27.848 MHz
 +
|POCSAG Pager - UK and/or Europe offset frequency 27.8475 MHz
 +
|-
 +
|27.850 MHz
 +
|POCSAG paging signals - Europe
 +
|-
 +
|27.850 MHz
 +
|Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode
 +
|-
 +
|27.865 MHz
 +
|Short-range audio links, including radio microphones (Czech Republic)
 +
|-
 +
|27.885 MHz
 +
|Voice and data paging system, Greece - Greek voice (FM mode) possible offset 27.8875 MHz
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|-
 +
|27.905 MHz
 +
|European standardized data link, telemetry and R/C - 1 watt power limit max 8.5 kHz bandwidth
 +
|-
 +
|27.915 MHz
 +
|European standardized data link, telemetry and R/C - 1 watt power limit max 8.5 kHz bandwidth
 +
|-
 +
|27.915 MHz
 +
|Short-range audio links, including radio microphones (Czech Republic)
 +
|-
 +
|27.950 MHz
 +
|POCSAG Paging - Heard in UK (June 2022)
 +
|-
 +
|27.965 MHz
 +
|Short-range audio links, including radio microphones (Czech Republic)
 +
|-
 +
|27.970 MHz
 +
|FSK data links
 +
|-
 +
|27.980 MHz
 +
|FSK data links
 +
|-
 +
|27.990 MHz
 +
|FSK data links
 +
|-
 +
|29.750 MHz
 +
|POCSAG Paging Pager - Heard in UK, likely European origin 29.75 MHz POCSAG
 +
|-
 +
|29.800 MHz
 +
|POCSAG Paging Pager - Heard in UK, likely European origin 29.8 MHz POCSAG
 +
|-
 +
|29.850 MHz
 +
|POCSAG Paging Pager - Heard in UK, likely European origin 29.85 MHz POCSAG
 +
|-
 +
|29.900 MHz
 +
|POCSAG Paging Pager - Heard in UK, likely European origin 29.9 MHz POCSAG
 +
|-
 +
|29.950 MHz
 +
|POCSAG Paging Pager - Heard in UK, likely European origin 29.95 MHz POCAG
 +
|}
Keywords:
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26 MHz pager 27MHz paging 27.255 MHz data link 27 MHz data transmitter 27007 kHz 27255 kHz FCC Part 15 Part 95 POCSAG 26.995MHz 27.045MHz 27.095MHz 27.145MHz 27.195MHz 27.225MHz 27.235MHz 27.245MHz 27.255MHz 27.270MHz 27.12 MHz ISM 27MHz band paging Long Range Systems 467.750 MHz RCRS Remote Control Radio Service 25 watt 27.255 data 27MHz data link 100mw low power data link IOT low frequency 900 MHz 151.820 MHz 151.880 MHz 151.940 MHz  154.570 MHz 154.600 MHz MURS data datalink 154MHz 151MHz license free long range 10 watt FSK signal Linear Systems WAVE lightning detector remote monitoring link 27MHz CB radio frequency list HFUnderground Community Audio Distribution Service CADS Wireless Public Address System WPAS 27.995 MHz 26.000 MHz 26MHz paging pager EU harmonized radio bands allocation 27.5 MHz 27500 kHz 27.905 MHz 10mw 1w 1 watt 27.915 MHz 27.965MHz 27.975 MHz 27.985 MHz 27.555 MHz international fixed service 26955 26.955 26,955 26,995 27,045 27,095 27,145 27,195, 27,225, 27,255 11_meter freeband 11 meter band 30 MHz band 29 MHz band 26 MHz band are 10 meter radios illegal freeband frequencies how do I use a CB radio police frequencies driftnet fishnet beacon radiobuoy buoy transmitter 1.6-4 MHz 26-28 MHz 26-30 MHz radio beacon 11m CB repeater 11 meter repeater MURS repeater 151.880 151.820 151.940 156.7 167.9 173.8 154.57 154.600 MHz crossband repeater 27.095 MHz 10mw 100mw 1km range IoT 27 MHz Part 95 Part 15 RCRS Radio Control Radio Service data link NTX0-27.095-5-100MW NTX0-27.095-5-10MW HF NBFM TRANSMITTER NARROW BAND TRANSMITTERS ETSI EN 300 220-3 (radio) EN 301 489-3 (EMC) and FCC 95.201-95.225
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26 MHz pager 27MHz paging 27.255 MHz data link 27 MHz data transmitter 27007 kHz 27255 kHz FCC Part 15 Part 95 POCSAG 26.995MHz 27.045MHz 27.095MHz 27.145MHz 27.195MHz 27.225MHz 27.235MHz 27.245MHz 27.255MHz 27.270MHz 27.12 MHz ISM 27MHz band paging Long Range Systems 467.750 MHz RCRS Remote Control Radio Service 25 watt 27.255 data 27MHz data link 100mw low power data link IOT low frequency 900 MHz 151.820 MHz 151.880 MHz 151.940 MHz  154.570 MHz 154.600 MHz MURS data datalink 154MHz 151MHz license free long range 10 watt FSK signal Linear Systems WAVE lightning detector remote monitoring link 27MHz CB radio frequency list HFUnderground Community Audio Distribution Service CADS Wireless Public Address System WPAS 27.995 MHz 26.000 MHz 26MHz paging pager EU harmonized radio bands allocation 27.5 MHz 27500 kHz 27.905 MHz 10mw 1w 1 watt 27.915 MHz 27.965MHz 27.975 MHz 27.985 MHz 27.555 MHz international fixed service 26955 26.955 26,955 26,995 27,045 27,095 27,145 27,195, 27,225, 27,255 11_meter freeband 11 meter band 30 MHz band 29 MHz band 26 MHz band are 10 meter radios illegal freeband frequencies how do I use a CB radio police frequencies driftnet fishnet beacon radiobuoy buoy transmitter 1.6-4 MHz 26-28 MHz 26-30 MHz radio beacon 11m CB repeater 11 meter repeater MURS repeater 151.880 151.820 151.940 156.7 167.9 173.8 154.57 154.600 MHz crossband repeater 27.095 MHz 10mw 100mw 1km range IoT 27 MHz Part 95 Part 15 RCRS Radio Control Radio Service data link NTX0-27.095-5-100MW NTX0-27.095-5-10MW HF NBFM TRANSMITTER NARROW BAND TRANSMITTERS ETSI EN 300 220-3 (radio) EN 301 489-3 (EMC) and FCC 95.201-95.225 10mW power limit ERP EIRP 26.300 MHz 26.3125 MHz 26.325 MHz 26.3375 MHz 26.350 MHz 26.35 MHz 26.3625 MHz 26.375 MHz 26.3875 MHz 26.4 MHz 26.400 MHz 26.40 MHz 26.4125 MHz 26.425 MHz 26.4375 MHz 26.450 MHz 26.45MHz 26.450MHz 26.4625 MHz 26.4875 MHz 26.5 MHz 26.500 MHz 220-260 MHz 220-270 MHz 462 MHz FM
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Latest revision as of 16:57, 21 July 2022

List of known pager paging data link data systems remote control radio control in the 26-28 MHz CB or 11-meter frequency range.

See also the Remote Control FCC Part 95 Class C Page - Remote Control Radio Service (RCRS), FCC Rules Part 95, Personal Radio Services, Subpart C—Radio Control Radio Service 95.701-95.899, previously 95.201-95.225

History and Background Information

The original five RC frequencies can trace their roots back to the origins of the CB radio service - when the band was first allocated as 26.96 MHz to 27.23 MHz (23 channel CB) the FCC band plan included five model control/data channels 35 kHz from the band edges with 50 kHz spacing between each RC channel. 26.995 MHz is 35 kHz above the bottom of the band (26.960 MHz) and 50 kHz away from the next R/C channel (27.045 MHz). 27.195 MHz is 35 kHz below the original edge of the band (27.230 MHz) as well. The 50 kHz spacing was in line with the capability of remote control systems in the 1950s. 27.255 MHz was originally used for paging and kept that use even after being designated as CB channel 23. Since 27.255 MHz is 60 kHz away from the 27.195 MHz frequency, higher transmit power was (and still is) permitted.

In the United States, Part 95 of the FCC rules allow use of the six 26 MHz/27 MHz RC frequencies for high power control, supervision, data link, telemetry networks and "attention getting" devices. Mean (average) power limit is 4 watts on 26.995 MHz, 27.045 MHz, 27.095 MHz, 27.145 MHz, 27.195 MHz and 25 watts on 27.255 MHz. The majority of high power systems use 27.255 MHz - however some do transmit 4 watts on 26.995 MHz. Many of these devices are in use in the United States and elsewhere. Common uses include farming, agribusiness telemetry and remote control, lightning detection systems (with remote sensors and/or remote alarms/sirens) and numerous other applications. Harris Radio (under the brand name PRIVATEPAGE) produced a local area paging system that operates on 27.255 MHz, RadioShack sold two similar versions, one advertised as having a 7 watt transmitter, the other advertised as having a 4 watt transmitter.

26.995, 27.045, 27.095, 27.145 and 27.195 MHz are all RC exclusive frequencies and voice transmissions are not allowed. However, these frequencies are often used as a "secret channel", "A channel" or "alpha channel" by CBers and freeband operators. Modified CB and 10 meter radios with a +10 kHz switch (or +10kc switch) allow access to the A channels. 27.255 MHz is CB channel 23 and data transmissions must co-exist with voice traffic on the same frequency. This likely explains the 25 watt power limit on 27.255 compared to the 4 watt power limit on the original 5 R/C channels.

There is also extensive Part 15 usage of these frequencies for low-power R/C model control. Higher power levels are used by professional grade systems. Most higher-end remote control/radio control devices use the 72 MHz and 75 MHz frequencies (where 0.75 watts is the maximum power output) or the unlicensed 2.4 GHz band. However, there remains considerable use of 26-27 MHz for data link, remote sensor monitoring and other similar purposes due to the high power available for unlicensed users and excellent propagation characteristics for point-to-point data networks. Some vendors are now offering systems that operate on the 5 VHF MURS frequencies for telemetry, telecommand and data link purposes (although these are covered under the Part 95 rules as well, they are not part of the RCRS under FCC Part 95).

Frequency List

Note: This list is a dynamic list and will never be complete. Many of these systems - especially the paging systems and telemetry or data link systems, act as de facto 11 meter beacons and de facto high frequency beacons. Included FSK data signals and pager signals - 25 to 30 MHz, included 29.7 MHz to 30 MHz portion above the 10 meter ham radio allocation 28 to 29.7 MHz but below the official beginning of VHF at 30.000 MHz


Frequency Remarks
25.475 MHz On-site and hospital paging, FM voice and data (Western Europe)
25.775 MHz On-site and hospital paging, FM voice and data (Western Europe) - confirmed active July 2022
26.100 MHz Hospital pagers - Europe FM mode
26.115 MHz FSK data link
26.145 MHz Marine Instruments Radio Buoys
26.150 MHz Marine Instruments Radio Buoys
26.150 MHz Hospital pagers - Europe - FM mode - confirmed active October 2021
26.155 MHz Marine Instruments Radio Buoys
26.160 MHz Marine Instruments Radio Buoys
26.165 MHz Marine Instruments Radio Buoys
26.170 MHz Marine Instruments Radio Buoys
26.175 MHz Marine Instruments Radio Buoys
26.200 MHz Italy Paging on-site pager (European standard frequency, AM and FM allowed)
26.200 MHz Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode
26.200 MHz On site paging systems - UK
26.220 MHz UK Paging on-site pager (offset frequency)
26.225 MHz Begin European standardized 26 MHz paging band (to 26.935 MHz) with some exceptions
26.225 MHz UK Paging on-site pager (offset frequency)
26.237 MHz UK Paging on-site, non-hospital use (offset frequency, 26.2375 MHz, 26.238 MHz)
26.250 MHz UK Paging on-site pager - confirmed active October 2021
26.250 MHz Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode
26.300 MHz UK Paging on-site pager
26.300 MHz Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode - confirmed active July 2020
26.350 MHz UK Paging on-site pager
26.350 MHz Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode - confirmed active July 2020
26.350 MHz Italy Paging on-site pager (European standard frequency, AM and FM allowed)
26.375 MHz Asian paging frequency, unknown source, possibly India (FM voice)
26.400 MHz Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode - confirmed active July 2020
26.410 MHz UK Paging on-site, non-hospital use
26.435 MHz UK Paging on-site, non-hospital use (offset frequency, 26.436 MHz)
26.437 MHz UK Paging on-site, non-hospital use (offset frequency, 26.4375 MHz, 26.438 MHz)
26.450 MHz Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode - confirmed active July 2020
26.460 MHz UK Paging on-site, non-hospital use (offset frequency)
26.462 MHz UK Paging on-site, non-hospital use (offset frequency, 26.4625 MHz, 26.463 MHz)
26.475 MHz Asian paging frequency, unknown source, possibly India (FM voice)
26.500 MHz Paging, heard in Europe, noted use in Holland - FM mode - confirmed active June 2022
26.500 MHz Italy Paging on-site pager (European standard frequency, AM and FM allowed)
26.545 MHz UK Paging on-site, non-hospital use
26.550 MHz POCSAG pager - Europe and UK
26.555 MHz POCSAG pager - Europe
26.575 MHz Asian paging frequency, unknown source, possibly India (FM voice)
26.580 MHz UK Paging on-site, non-hospital use
26.590 MHz UK Paging on-site, non-hospital use (offset frequency, 26.5875 MHz, 26.588 MHz)
26.600 MHz Paging, heard in Europe, allocated in Holland (see 26.5 MHz above)
26.605 MHz Pager, unknown origin, heard on European SDRs during band openings, possible offset for 26.6 MHz
26.605 MHz POCSAG Pager - UK and Western Europe
26.615 MHz UK Paging on-site, non-hospital use, heard on European SDRs during band openings
26.625 MHz Asian paging frequency, unknown source, possibly India (FM voice)
26.635 MHz Unknown origin pager, logged August 2017 sending POCSAG on UK remote SDR
26.635 MHz On-site paging - French allocation (France 26 MHz pager)
26.650 MHz Hospital pagers - Europe and UK
26.665 MHz Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode, offset 26.6625 MHz
26.670 MHz UK Paging on-site, non-hospital use
26.670 MHz US Navy Naval Research Laboratory NRL Research radio buoys radiobuoys 500mw 0.5 watt FSK data telemetry system
26.675 MHz Designated FM (ROS, PSK31, etc) data channel in Germany [German CB channel 52]
26.685 MHz Designated FM (ROS, PSK31, etc) data channel in Germany [German CB channel 53]
26.695 MHz On-site paging - French allocation (France 26 MHz pager)
26.695 MHz Offset frequency for 26.700 MHz, heard in Western Europe and UK - confirmed active June 2022
26.700 MHz European on-site paging systems - confirmed active July 2022
26.700 MHz Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode
26.703 MHz Offset frequency for 26.7025 MHz, heard in Western Europe and UK
26.705 MHz Offset frequency for 26.700 MHz, heard in Western Europe and UK
26.707 MHz UK Paging, often slightly offset (26.7065 MHz, etc.)
26.710 MHz UK Paging, often slightly offset (26.709 MHz, etc.)
26.713 MHz UK Paging, offset 26.7125 MHz
26.715 MHz UK Paging on-site pager
26.725 MHz UK Paging on-site pager
26.735 MHz Pager, unknown origin, possibly Eastern Europe and/or Russia
26.735 MHz European paging systems, possibly also used in UK
26.739 MHz FSK data links (narrowband bursts) - dial frequency 26.737 MHz USB or 26.740 MHz LSB
26.745 MHz UK Paging on-site pager
26.745 MHz On-site paging - French allocation (France 26 MHz pager)
26.745 MHz Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode offset frequency from 26.75 MHz
26.750 MHz UK Paging on-site pager
26.750 MHz Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode
26.750 MHz Hospital pagers Europe - POCSAG - confirmed active July 2022
26.750 MHz Hospital pagers Europe - POCSAG - confirmed active July 2022
26.751 MHz Pager - offset frequency 26.7505 or 26.751 MHz - Western Europe
26.755 MHz UK Paging on-site pager, monitored in Finland and elsewhere in Europe
26.785 MHz UK Paging on-site pager
26.800 MHz Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode
26.815 MHz UK Paging on-site pager, offset 26.810 MHz or 26.8125 MHz
26.815 MHz France - low power RC radio control data frequency
26.825 MHz France - low power RC radio control data frequency
26.835 MHz UK Paging on-site Radio Paging Hire frequency - maximum ERP 2 watts 26.8350 MHz
26.835 MHz POCSAG pager - unknown origin pager (heard sporadically in UK, heard often in Russia)
26.835 MHz France - low power RC radio control data frequency
26.845 MHz France - low power RC radio control data frequency
26.850 MHz Voice pager - unknown origin - likely Europe - FM mode
26.850 MHz Hospital pagers - Europe FM mode - FSK - confirmed active October 2021
26.855 MHz France - low power RC radio control data frequency
26.855 MHz Hospital pagers - Europe FM mode - FSK - confirmed active October 2021
26.859 MHz FSK data links (narrowband bursts) - dial frequency 26.857 MHz USB or 26.860 MHz LSB
26.865 MHz UK Paging on-site pager
26.865 MHz France - low power RC radio control data frequency
26.875 MHz France - low power RC radio control data frequency
26.885 MHz France - low power RC radio control data frequency
26.885 MHz POCSAG pager - Europe
26.890 MHz POCSAG pager logged in Europe during band openings, unknown origin
26.895 MHz France - low power RC radio control data frequency
26.900 MHz POCSAG pager - unknown origin (heard daily in UK, very strong signals)
26.900 MHz Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode
26.905 MHz France - low power RC radio control data frequency
26.915 MHz France - low power RC radio control data frequency
26.915 MHz Designated FM (ROS, PSK31, etc) data channel in Germany [German CB channel 76]
26.920 MHz UK Paging on-site Radio Paging Hire frequency - maximum ERP 2 watts 26.9200 MHz
26.925 MHz Designated FM (ROS, PSK31, etc) data channel in Germany [German CB channel 77]
26.925 MHz Data link system, heard in UK during band opening to Eastern Europe, CIS and/or Russia
26.935 MHz Data link or telemetry system, unknown origin or source, possibly Middle East - FM mode
26.935 MHz POCSAG pager - Europe
26.935 MHz End European harmonized 26MHz pager band (26.225-26.935 MHz with some exceptions)
26.940 MHz POCSAG pager (other modes heard) - heard daily in Russia - Russian 26 MHz paging system
26.945 MHz ITU RCC SRD alarms frequency 2 watt ERP 11 kHz bandwidth (26.939 MHz - 26.951 MHz SRD allocation)
26.945 MHz Russia - State Committee for Radio Frequencies (Protocol No. 170 of 12/30/88) - 2 watt alarm data links - FSK
26.950 MHz Local pager, heard in mainland Europe, transmits "idle" signal even when no pages are being sent
26.950 MHz Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode
26.950 MHz Hospital pagers on-site paging systems Europe - confirmed active October 2021
26.950 MHz Fixed allocation - often used for point-to-point links outside USA
26.950 MHz POCSAG pager (other modes heard) - heard daily in Russia - Russian 26 MHz paging system
26.955 MHz Paging heard on several Russian SDRs, possible alternate to 26.945 MHz, 26.95 MHz and 26.96 MHz frequencies?
26.955 MHz European standardized R/C and telemetry
26.955 MHz Fixed allocation - often used for point-to-point links outside USA (26950 kHz 26960 kHz allocation "international fixed")
26.960 MHz ITU RCC SRD alarms frequency 2 watt ERP 11 kHz bandwidth (26.954 MHz - 26.966 MHz MHz SRD allocation)
26.960 MHz Local pager, heard in mainland Europe, POCSAG paging 26MHz
26.960 MHz European standardized R/C and telemetry
26.960 MHz Russia - State Committee for Radio Frequencies (Protocol No. 170 of 12/30/88) - 2 watt alarm data links - FSK
26.965 MHz On-site local paging 5 watt ERP (Finland)
26.975 MHz UK data frequency, UK low-power R/C "Black" telemetry (100 mw limit)
26.978 MHz New Zealand channel RP1A on-site paging POCSAG
26.995 MHz Data link, paging systems and pagers, worldwide - also used for R/C purposes "Channel 3A"
26.995 MHz Radio Control RC Service Part 95 4 watt power limit in USA
26.995 MHz Linear Controls "Xtended Range Wireless" telemetry/control system, 4 watts FSK mode (Canada version)
26.995 MHz Migro Wireless Industrial wireless monitoring and control systems 27MHz - 4 watt FM FSK data link networks
26.995 MHz Remote Control Technology RTC model 971218 wireless 6-channel long range control system 2 watt transmitter
26.995 MHz Remote Control Technology 2 watt PDTFM FSK 2-mile wireless control and telemetry systems (2 discrete inputs/outputs)
26.995 MHz Remote Control Technology Long Range Wireless Switch System LRWSS model # 01217 4 watt PTDFM FSK (FM) 27MHz transmitter
26.995 MHz Remote Control Technology Medium Range Wireless Switch System MRWSS model # 01214 2 watt FSK (FM) 27MHz transmitter
26.995 MHz Australian 27 MHz R/C Channel 1
26.995 MHz UK data frequency, UK low-power R/C "Brown" telemetry (100 mw limit)
26.995 MHz European standardized Short-Range Device (SRD) 100mw (10 kHz bandwidth or less) (26.990 MHz - 27.000 MHz) "A1"
27.000 MHz Russian data link or telemetry system, 10-12 kHz, MFSK
27.000 MHz POCSAG Pager heard in UK and Europe - unknown source
27.003 MHz New Zealand channel RP2A on-site paging POCSAG
27.007 MHz POCSAG paging signal, heard in Finland (unknown source), possibly offset 27.005 MHz or 27.0075 MHz
27.015 MHz Noted use for low-power on site paging in Ireland
27.020 MHz New Zealand R/C Channel 102 (100mw maximum power)
27.020 MHz POGSAG Pager FM - Russian origin - Russia paging frequency
27.025 MHz UK data frequency, UK low-power R/C "Brown-Red" telemetry (100 mw limit)
27.028 MHz New Zealand channel RP3A on-site paging POCSAG
27.045 MHz Data link, paging systems and pagers, worldwide - also used for R/C purposes "Channel 7A"
27.045 MHz Radio Control RC Service Part 95 4 watt power limit in USA
27.045 MHz Australian 27 MHz R/C Channel 2
27.045 MHz UK data frequency, UK low-power R/C "Red" telemetry (100 mw limit)
27.045 MHz European standardized Short-Range Device (SRD) 100mw (10 kHz bandwidth or less) (27.040 MHz - 27.050 MHz) "A2"
27.048 MHz Japanese On-Site Paging and R/C (interleaved with CB and 1W DSB Fishery Radio)
27.050 MHz POCSAG Pager heard in UK and Europe - unknown source
27.053 MHz New Zealand channel RP4A on-site paging POCSAG
27.064 MHz Voice pager - unknown origin - likely Europe - FM mode, possibly offset from 27.065 MHz
27.069 MHz FSK data links (narrowband bursts) - dial frequency 27.067 MHz USB or 27.070 MHz LSB
27.070 MHz New Zealand R/C Channel 107 (100mw maximum power)
27.070 MHz POGSAG Pager FM - Russian origin - 27 MHz Russian paging system frequency
27.075 MHz On-site local paging 5 watt ERP (Finland)
27.075 MHz Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode
27.075 MHz UK data frequency, UK low-power R/C "Red-Orange" telemetry (100 mw limit)
27.078 MHz New Zealand channel RP5A on-site paging POCSAG
27.090 MHz Russian pagers, heard on Russian and Eastern European SDRs
27.090 MHz European standardized Eurobalise train telemetry system 27,090-27,100 MHz (27,095 MHz center frequency, system 27.09 MHz-27.1 MHz)
27.095 MHz Data link, paging systems and pagers, worldwide - also used for R/C purposes "Channel 11A"
27.095 MHz Radio Control RC Service Part 95 4 watt power limit in USA
27.095 MHz LEMOS Radiometrix NTX0-27.095-5-10MW - 10mw 10 kHz/12.5 kHz channel NBFM telemetry datalink transmitter 27.095 MHz
27.095 MHz LEMOS Radiometrix NTX0-27.095-5-100MW - 100mw 10 kHz/12.5 kHz channel NBFM telemetry datalink transmitter 27.095 MHz
27.095 MHz Australian 27 MHz R/C Channel 3
27.095 MHz UK data frequency, UK low-power R/C "Orange" telemetry (100 mw limit)
27.095 MHz European standardized Short-Range Device (SRD) 100mw (10 kHz bandwidth or less) (27.090 MHz - 27.100 MHz) "A3"
27.095 MHz European standardized Eurobalise train telemetry system 27,095 MHz +/- 500 kHz 26.695 MHz - 27.595 MHz
27.100 MHz European standardized Eurobalise train telemetry system 27,090-27,100 MHz (27,095 MHz center frequency, system 27.09 MHz-27.1 MHz)
27.100 MHz FSK data links (narrowband bursts) - dial frequency 27.097 MHz USB or 27.103 MHz LSB
27.100 MHz POCSAG Pager heard in UK and Europe - unknown source
27.103 MHz New Zealand channel RP6A on-site paging POCSAG
27.120 MHz Part 15 Beacon frequency (second harmonic of 22 meters 13.56 MHz x2 - 27.12 MHz)
27.120 MHz New Zealand R/C Channel 112 (100mw maximum power)
27.120 MHz POCSAG Pager Signals heard in UK - unknown origin
27.125 MHz UK data frequency, UK low-power R/C "Orange-Yellow" telemetry (100 mw limit)
27.125 MHz Part 15 Beacon frequency (second harmonic 13 MHz ISM band 27.106 MHz - 27.134 MHz / 27106 kHz - 27134 kHz)
27.129 MHz FSK data links (narrowband bursts)
27.136 MHz Japanese On-Site Paging and R/C
27.137 MHz New Zealand channel RP7A on-site paging POCSAG (offset frequency, 27.1375 MHz, 27.138 MHz)
27.140 MHz Russian pagers, heard on Russian and Eastern European SDRs
27.141 MHz FSK data links (narrowband bursts) - dial frequency 27.138 MHz USB or 27.144 MHz LSB
27.143 MHz FSK data links (narrowband bursts) - dial frequency 27.140 MHz USB or 27.146 MHz LSB
27.145 MHz Data link, paging systems and pagers, worldwide - also used for R/C purposes "Channel 15A"
27.145 MHz Radio Control RC Service Part 95 4 watt power limit in USA
27.145 MHz THOR GUARD Voice of Thor - VOT - 27.255 MHz one-to-many alarm control system (strobe or siren) - 44 output version
27.145 MHz Australian 27 MHz R/C Channel 4
27.145 MHz UK data frequency, UK low-power R/C "Yellow" telemetry (100 mw limit)
27.145 MHz European standardized Short-Range Device (SRD) 100mw (10 kHz bandwidth or less) (27.140 MHz - 27.150 MHz) "A4"
27.152 MHz Japanese On-Site Paging and R/C
27.162 MHz New Zealand channel RP8A on-site paging POCSAG (offset frequency, 27.1625 MHz, 27.163 MHz)
27.170 MHz New Zealand R/C Channel 117 (100mw maximum power)
27.175 MHz UK data frequency, UK low-power R/C "Yellow-Green" telemetry (100 mw limit)
27.179 MHz FSK data links (narrowband bursts) - dial frequency 27.177 MHz USB or 27.180 MHz LSB
27.187 MHz New Zealand channel RP9A on-site paging POCSAG (offset frequency, 27.1875 MHz, 27.188 MHz)
27.190 MHz Paging, possibly on-site, heard on French and German SDRs
27.195 MHz Data link, paging systems and pagers, worldwide - also used for R/C purposes "Channel 19A"
27.195 MHz Radio Control RC Service Part 95 4 watt power limit in USA
27.195 MHz Australian 27 MHz R/C Channel 6
27.195 MHz UK data frequency, UK low-power R/C "Green" telemetry (100 mw limit)
27.195 MHz European standardized Short-Range Device (SRD) 100mw (10 kHz bandwidth or less) (27.190 MHz - 27.200 MHz) "A5"
27.195 MHz Remote Control Technology Short Range Wireless Switch System SRWSS model # 01215 1 watt PTDFM FSK (FM) 27MHz transmitter
27.200 MHz POCSAG Pager heard in UK and Europe - unknown source
27.210 MHz Republic of Korea / South Korea on-site paging frequency allocation
27.212 MHz New Zealand channel RP10A on-site paging POCSAG (offset frequency, 27.2125 MHz, 27.213 MHz)
27.220 MHz New Zealand R/C Channel 122 (100mw maximum power)
27.220 MHz POCSAG Pager Signals heard in UK - unknown origin
27.225 MHz UK data frequency, UK low-power "Green-Blue" R/C telemetry (100 mw limit)
27.230 MHz European standardized R/C and telemetry
27.233 MHz POCSAG Paging signals, narrowband (center frequency 27.233, tune 27.230 MHz USB)
27.235 MHz Digital modes (ROS, PSK31, etc) and paging found here - Europe
27.237 MHz New Zealand channel RP11A on-site paging POCSAG (offset frequency, 27.2375 MHz, 27.238 MHz)
27.237 MHz Republic of Korea / South Korea on-site paging frequency
27.240 MHz European standardized R/C and telemetry
27.245 MHz Digital modes (ROS, PSK31, etc) and paging found here - Europe
27.245 MHz UK data frequency, UK low-power R/C "Blue" telemetry (100 mw limit)
27.246 MHz Republic of Korea / South Korea on-site paging frequency
27.250 MHz Noted use in Eastern Europe/Russia for POCSAG
27.250 MHz POCSAG pager - heard in UK, 8-10 kHz wide signal
27.250 MHz POCSAG Pager heard in UK and Europe - unknown source
27.255 MHz Data link, paging systems and pagers, worldwide - also used for R/C purposes - CB Channel 23
27.255 MHz Paging USA, 25 watt power allowed in US for paging, telemetry, data link and R/C
27.255 MHz Radio Control RC Service Part 95 25 watt power limit, 8.5 kHz bandwidth limit in USA
27.255 MHz On-site local paging 5 watt ERP (Finland)
27.255 MHz Multiple-site FSK 27 MHz data link system noted near Poughquag, NY USA, 7.5-8 kHz bandwidth FSK bursts
27.255 MHz Multiple-site FSK 27 MHz data link system noted near Highland Falls, NY USA, nearly constant FSK data bursts - off the air?
27.255 MHz Multiple-site FSK datalink system noted near CT/MA border, similar data bursts to systems in New York state
27.255 MHz Multiple-site FSK 27 MHz data link system noted near Rockport, Maine - FSK data bursts identical to those seen on Highland Falls NY SDR
27.255 MHz Data link system located in rural Virginia, roughly 20 miles north of Richmond, VA (data bursts on 27.255 MHz)
27.255 MHz RadioShack 7 watt FSK paging transmitter on-site system model PG-99 17-6020 - 100 unique receiver (pager) IDs supported
27.255 MHz RadioShack 4 watt FSK paging transmitter on-site system model 17-6023 - 1000 unique receiver (pager) IDs supported
27.255 MHz Linear Controls XT-1 1-channel fixed telemetry/control system transmitter, 10 watt FSK, 6 kHz bandwidth 6K00F1D 6K00F2D
27.255 MHz Linear Controls XT-4 4-channel fixed telemetry/control system transmitter, 10 watt FSK, 6 kHz bandwidth 6K00F1D 6K00F2D
27.255 MHz Linear Controls XT-1H 1-channel portable telemetry/control system transmitter, 2 watt FSK, 6 kHz bandwidth 6K00F1D 6K00F2D
27.255 MHz Linear Controls XT-2H 2-channel portable telemetry/control system transmitter, 2 watt FSK, 6 kHz bandwidth 6K00F1D 6K00F2D
27.255 MHz THOR GUARD Lightning Detection Alert Warning System - siren/alarm control - 4 watts or 12 watts FSK mode
27.255 MHz THOR GUARD Voice of Thor - VOT - 27.255 MHz one-to-many alarm control system (strobe or siren) - 12w output version
27.255 MHz THOR GUARD Lightning Detection Alert Warning System L150, L150A - VOT BD / VOT RC 4w or 12w FSK siren alarm
27.255 MHz Strike Guard Lightning Detector WAVE Transmitter - WAVE Sequencer - 10w FSK on 27.255 MHz
27.255 MHz WAVE Lightning Detection/Alert Remote Sirens - 10 watt data network connecting remote sites using FSK on 27.255 MHz
27.255 MHz Command Communications PS2000 PS2000AN PrivatePage on-site hospital paging system
27.255 MHz Devar, Inc PS1 PS1-B PR1 PR1-B Plug and Send telemetry systems 10 watts FSK (various versions on the market)
27.255 MHz Remote Control Technology 4 watt PDTFM FSK 5-mile wireless control and telemetry systems (6 discrete inputs/outputs)
27.255 MHz Omega Engineering Inc. 10 watt Long Range Wireless System HPWS HPWS-TX and HPWS-REC, multiple TX/RX fixed data/control/telemetry network
27.255 MHz POCSAG Paging System - unknown location last heard during 11 meter band opening in 2016
27.259 MHz FSK data links (narrowband bursts) - dial frequency 27.257 MHz USB or 27.260 MHz LSB
27.262 MHz New Zealand channel RP12A on-site paging POCSAG (offset frequency, 27.2625 MHz, 27.263 MHz)
27.270 MHz Local pager, heard in mainland Europe, similar to systems operating on 27.300 MHz and 27.350 MHz
27.272 MHz Republic of Korea / South Korea on-site paging frequency
27.275 MHz UK data frequency, UK low-power R/C "White" or "Purple" telemetry (100 mw limit)
27.280 MHz New Zealand R/C Channel 128 (100mw maximum power)
27.282 MHz Republic of Korea / South Korea on-site paging frequency
27.300 MHz POCSAG Paging (heard daily in UK)
27.319 MHz FSK data links (narrowband bursts) - dial frequency 27.317 MHz USB or 27.320 MHz LSB
27.350 MHz POCSAG Paging (heard sporadically in UK - unknown origin)
27.360 MHz POCSAG Paging (heard sporadically in UK - unknown origin)
27.400 MHz On-site local paging 5 watt ERP (Finland)
27.400 MHz Republic of Korea / South Korea on-site paging frequency allocation
27.410 MHz Republic of Korea / South Korea on-site paging frequency allocation
27.410 MHz European standardized R/C and telemetry
27.412 MHz Republic of Korea / South Korea on-site paging frequency allocation (offset frequency 27.4125 MHz)
27.415 MHz European standardized R/C and telemetry
27.415 MHz Short-range audio links, including radio microphones (Czech Republic)
27.420 MHz Republic of Korea / South Korea on-site paging frequency allocation
27.422 MHz Republic of Korea / South Korea on-site paging frequency allocation (offset frequency 27.4225 MHz)
27.440 MHz Republic of Korea / South Korea on-site paging frequency allocation
27.442 MHz Republic of Korea / South Korea on-site paging frequency allocation (offset frequency 27.4425 MHz)
27.450 MHz Paging, heard in several parts of Europe, sometimes an unmodulated FM carrier transmitted - 27.45 MHz
27.450 MHz Alarm system datalinks - UK - 500mW power limit (considered a SRD or RC device)
27.465 MHz Short-range audio links, including radio microphones (Czech Republic)
27.500 MHz Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode
27.500 MHz BEGIN East Asian (Chinese) marine radio FM voice CB and FSK data service, 25 kHz steps to 39.475 MHz / 39.5 MHz
27.505 MHz POCSAG Paging Signals 8-12 kHz wide
27.510 MHz Paging, German allocation pager 27 MHz - Germany / Central Europe
27.510 MHz Paging, voice and data - possibly offset 27.5125 MHz or 27.513 MHz
27.515 MHz Short-range audio links, including radio microphones (Czech Republic)
27.545 MHz R/C, data link and telemetry low power "RC channel 31"
27.550 MHz Paging, POCSAG, heard on European SDRs, unknown origin
27.550 MHz Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode
27.565 MHz Short-range audio links, including radio microphones (Czech Republic)
27.600 MHz POCSAG Paging (heard daily in Netherlands)
27.615 MHz Short-range audio links, including radio microphones (Czech Republic)
27.615 MHz R/C, data link and telemetry low power "RC channel 32"
27.635 MHz R/C, data link and telemetry low power "RC channel 33"
27.635 MHz Digital modes (ROS, PSK31, etc) and paging found here - Europe
27.650 MHz POCSAG Paging (heard daily in Netherlands)
27.650 MHz Data link/Carrier signal, FM/FSK, possible military, Norfolk, VA - confirmed active again March 2019
27.665 MHz Short-range audio links, including radio microphones (Czech Republic)
27.675 MHz R/C, data link and telemetry low power "RC channel 34"
27.700 MHz POCSAG Paging (heard daily in Netherlands)
27.715 MHz Short-range audio links, including radio microphones (Czech Republic)
27.725 MHz R/C, data link and telemetry low power "RC channel 35"
27.750 MHz POCSAG Paging (heard daily in Netherlands)
27.765 MHz Short-range audio links, including radio microphones (Czech Republic)
27.775 MHz R/C, data link and telemetry low power "RC channel 36"
27.800 MHz Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode
27.815 MHz Short-range audio links, including radio microphones (Czech Republic)
27.845 MHz POCSAG Pager - UK and/or Europe
27.850 MHz POCSAG paging signals - Europe
27.850 MHz Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode
27.865 MHz Short-range audio links, including radio microphones (Czech Republic)
27.885 MHz Voice and data paging system, Greece - Greek voice (FM mode) possible offset 27.8875 MHz
27.905 MHz European standardized data link, telemetry and R/C - 1 watt power limit max 8.5 kHz bandwidth
27.915 MHz European standardized data link, telemetry and R/C - 1 watt power limit max 8.5 kHz bandwidth
27.915 MHz Short-range audio links, including radio microphones (Czech Republic)
27.950 MHz POCSAG Paging - Heard in UK (June 2022)
27.965 MHz Short-range audio links, including radio microphones (Czech Republic)
27.970 MHz FSK data links
27.980 MHz FSK data links
27.990 MHz FSK data links
27.992 MHz FSK data links - 27.992 MHz 27.993 MHz
27.995 MHz FSK data links
29.750 MHz POCSAG Paging Pager - Heard in UK, likely European origin 29.75 MHz POCSAG
29.800 MHz POCSAG Paging Pager - Heard in UK, likely European origin 29.8 MHz POCSAG
29.850 MHz POCSAG Paging Pager - Heard in UK, likely European origin 29.85 MHz POCSAG
29.900 MHz POCSAG Paging Pager - Heard in UK, likely European origin 29.9 MHz POCSAG
29.950 MHz POCSAG Paging Pager - Heard in UK, likely European origin 29.95 MHz POCAG

Frequency List - Europe and UK

Frequency Remarks
25.475 MHz On-site and hospital paging, FM voice and data (Western Europe)
25.775 MHz On-site and hospital paging, FM voice and data (Western Europe) - confirmed active July 2022
26.100 MHz European standard hospital and on-site on-campus paging - Europe and UK
26.150 MHz European standard hospital and on-site on-campus paging - Europe and UK
26.200 MHz Hospital and on-site paging systems, Italy, Holland, UK and others - very active frequency
26.220 MHz UK Paging on-site pager
26.225 MHz UK Paging on-site pager
26.237 MHz UK Paging on-site, non-hospital use (offset frequency, 26.2375 MHz, 26.238 MHz)
26.250 MHz European standard hospital and on-site on-campus paging - Europe and UK
26.300 MHz European standard hospital and on-site on-campus paging - Europe and UK
26.350 MHz UK Paging on-site pager
26.350 MHz European standard hospital and on-site on-campus paging - Europe and UK
26.350 MHz Italy Paging on-site pager (European standard frequency, AM and FM allowed)
26.400 MHz European standard hospital and on-site on-campus paging - Europe and UK
26.410 MHz UK Paging on-site, non-hospital use
26.435 MHz UK Paging on-site, non-hospital use (offset frequency, 26.436 MHz)
26.437 MHz UK Paging on-site, non-hospital use (offset frequency, 26.4375 MHz, 26.438 MHz)
26.450 MHz European standard hospital and on-site on-campus paging - Europe and UK
26.460 MHz UK Paging on-site, non-hospital use (offset frequency)
26.462 MHz UK Paging on-site, non-hospital use (offset frequency, 26.4625 MHz, 26.463 MHz)
26.500 MHz European standard hospital and on-site on-campus paging
26.500 MHz Italy Paging on-site pager (wide signal, 12-13 kHz bandwidth)
26.510 MHz European POCSAG paging signal
26.545 MHz UK Paging on-site, non-hospital use
26.550 MHz European standard hospital and on-site on-campus paging
26.555 MHz POCSAG pager - Europe
26.580 MHz UK Paging on-site, non-hospital use
26.590 MHz UK Paging on-site, non-hospital use (offset frequency, 26.5875 MHz, 26.588 MHz)
26.600 MHz European standard hospital and on-site on-campus paging
26.605 MHz UK Paging Frequency, also European systems
26.605 MHz POCSAG Pager - UK and Western Europe
26.615 MHz UK Paging on-site, non-hospital use, heard on European SDRs during band openings
26.635 MHz UK Paging on-site systems
26.635 MHz On-site paging - French allocation (France 26 MHz pager)
26.650 MHz European standard hospital and on-site on-campus paging
26.665 MHz Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode, offset 26.6625 MHz
26.670 MHz UK Paging on-site, non-hospital use
26.670 MHz US Navy Naval Research Laboratory NRL Research radio buoys radiobuoys 500mw 0.5 watt FSK data telemetry system
26.675 MHz Designated FM (ROS, PSK31, etc) data channel in Germany [German CB channel 52]
26.685 MHz Designated FM (ROS, PSK31, etc) data channel in Germany [German CB channel 53]
26.695 MHz On-site paging - French allocation (France 26 MHz pager)
26.695 MHz Offset frequency for 26.700 MHz, heard in Western Europe and UK - confirmed active June 2022
26.695 MHz On-site paging - French allocation (France 26 MHz pager)
26.695 MHz Offset frequency for 26.700 MHz, heard in Western Europe and UK - confirmed active June 2022
26.700 MHz European on-site paging systems - confirmed active July 2022
26.700 MHz Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode
26.703 MHz Offset frequency for 26.7025 MHz, heard in Western Europe and UK
26.705 MHz Offset frequency for 26.700 MHz, heard in Western Europe and UK
26.707 MHz UK Paging, often slightly offset (26.7065 MHz, etc.)
26.710 MHz UK Paging, often slightly offset (26.709 MHz, etc.)
26.713 MHz UK Paging, offset 26.7125 MHz
26.715 MHz UK Paging on-site pager
26.725 MHz UK Paging on-site pager
26.735 MHz Pager, unknown origin, possibly Eastern Europe and/or Russia
26.735 MHz European paging systems, possibly also used in UK
26.739 MHz FSK data links (narrowband bursts) - dial frequency 26.737 MHz USB or 26.740 MHz LSB
26.745 MHz UK Paging on-site pager
26.745 MHz On-site paging - French allocation (France 26 MHz pager)
26.745 MHz Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode offset frequency from 26.75 MHz
26.750 MHz UK Paging on-site pager
26.750 MHz European standard hospital and on-site on-campus paging
26.750 MHz Hospital pagers Europe - POCSAG - confirmed active July 2022
26.751 MHz Pager - offset frequency 26.7505 or 26.751 MHz - Western Europe
26.755 MHz UK Paging on-site pager, monitored in Finland and elsewhere in Europe
26.785 MHz UK Paging on-site pager
26.800 MHz European standard hospital and on-site on-campus paging
26.815 MHz UK Paging on-site pager, offset 26.810 MHz or 26.8125 MHz
26.835 MHz UK Paging on-site Radio Paging Hire frequency - maximum ERP 2 watts 26.8350 MHz
26.835 MHz POCSAG pager - Eastern Europe or Russia source
26.850 MHz Voice pager - unknown origin - likely Europe - FM mode
26.850 MHz European standard hospital and on-site on-campus paging
26.855 MHz Hospital pagers - European source
26.865 MHz UK Paging on-site pager
26.885 MHz POCSAG pager - Europe
26.890 MHz POCSAG pager logged in Europe during band openings, unknown origin
26.895 MHz France - low power RC radio control data frequency
26.900 MHz European standard hospital and on-site on-campus paging - very active frequency
26.900 MHz Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode
26.915 MHz Designated FM (ROS, PSK31, etc) data channel in Germany [German CB channel 76]
26.920 MHz UK Paging on-site Radio Paging Hire frequency - maximum ERP 2 watts 26.9200 MHz
26.925 MHz Designated FM (ROS, PSK31, etc) data channel in Germany [German CB channel 77]
26.925 MHz Data link system, heard in UK during band opening to Eastern Europe, CIS and/or Russia
26.935 MHz Data link or telemetry system, unknown origin or source, possibly Middle East - FM mode
26.935 MHz POCSAG pager - Europe
26.938 MHz POCSAG pager - Europe - offset frequency 26.937 MHz 26.9375 MHz
26.940 MHz POCSAG pager (other modes heard) - heard daily in Russia - Russian 26 MHz paging system
26.945 MHz ITU RCC SRD alarms frequency 2 watt ERP 11 kHz bandwidth (26.939 MHz - 26.951 MHz SRD allocation)
26.945 MHz Russia - State Committee for Radio Frequencies (Protocol No. 170 of 12/30/88) - 2 watt alarm data links - FSK
26.950 MHz Local pager, heard in mainland Europe, transmits "idle" signal even when no pages are being sent
26.950 MHz Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode
26.950 MHz European standard hospital and on-site on-campus paging
26.950 MHz International fixed service allocation
26.950 MHz POCSAG pager (other modes heard) - heard daily in Russia - Russian 26 MHz paging system
26.955 MHz International fixed service allocation
26.955 MHz Paging heard on several Russian SDRs, possible alternate to 26.945 MHz, 26.95 MHz and 26.96 MHz frequencies?
26.955 MHz European standardized R/C and telemetry
26.960 MHz ITU RCC SRD alarms frequency 2 watt ERP 11 kHz bandwidth (26.954 MHz - 26.966 MHz MHz SRD allocation)
26.960 MHz Local pager, heard in mainland Europe, POCSAG paging 26MHz
26.960 MHz European standardized R/C and telemetry
26.960 MHz Russia - State Committee for Radio Frequencies (Protocol No. 170 of 12/30/88) - 2 watt alarm data links - FSK
26.965 MHz On-site local paging 5 watt ERP (Finland)
26.975 MHz UK data frequency, UK low-power R/C "Black" telemetry (100 mw limit)
26.995 MHz Data link, paging systems and pagers, worldwide - also used for R/C purposes "Channel 3A"
26.995 MHz UK data frequency, UK low-power R/C "Brown" telemetry (100 mw limit)
26.995 MHz European standardized Short-Range Device (SRD) 100mw (10 kHz bandwidth or less) (26.990 MHz - 27.000 MHz) "A1"
27.000 MHz Russian data link or telemetry system, 10-12 kHz, MFSK
27.007 MHz POCSAG paging signal, heard in Finland (unknown source), possibly offset 27.005 MHz or 27.0075 MHz
27.015 MHz Noted use for low-power on site paging in Ireland
27.020 MHz POGSAG Pager FM - Russian origin - Russia paging frequency
27.025 MHz UK data frequency, UK low-power R/C "Brown-Red" telemetry (100 mw limit)
27.045 MHz Data link, paging systems and pagers, worldwide - also used for R/C purposes "Channel 7A"
27.045 MHz Radio Control RC Service Part 95 4 watt power limit in USA
27.045 MHz UK data frequency, UK low-power R/C "Red" telemetry (100 mw limit)
27.045 MHz European standardized Short-Range Device (SRD) 100mw (10 kHz bandwidth or less) (27.040 MHz - 27.050 MHz) "A2"
27.064 MHz Voice pager - unknown origin - likely Europe - FM mode, possibly offset from 27.065 MHz
27.070 MHz POGSAG Pager FM - Russian origin - 27 MHz Russian paging system frequency
27.075 MHz On-site local paging 5 watt ERP (Finland)
27.075 MHz Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode
27.075 MHz UK data frequency, UK low-power R/C "Red-Orange" telemetry (100 mw limit)
27.078 MHz New Zealand channel RP5A on-site paging POCSAG
27.090 MHz Russian pagers, heard on Russian and Eastern European SDRs
27.090 MHz European standardized Eurobalise train telemetry system 27,090-27,100 MHz (27,095 MHz center frequency, system 27.09 MHz-27.1 MHz)
27.095 MHz Data link, paging systems and pagers, worldwide - also used for R/C purposes "Channel 11A"
27.095 MHz LEMOS Radiometrix NTX0-27.095-5-10MW - 10mw 10 kHz/12.5 kHz channel NBFM telemetry datalink transmitter 27.095 MHz
27.095 MHz LEMOS Radiometrix NTX0-27.095-5-100MW - 100mw 10 kHz/12.5 kHz channel NBFM telemetry datalink transmitter 27.095 MHz
27.095 MHz Australian 27 MHz R/C Channel 3
27.095 MHz UK data frequency, UK low-power R/C "Orange" telemetry (100 mw limit)
27.095 MHz European standardized Short-Range Device (SRD) 100mw (10 kHz bandwidth or less) (27.090 MHz - 27.100 MHz) "A3"
27.095 MHz European standardized Eurobalise train telemetry system 27,095 MHz +/- 500 kHz 26.695 MHz - 27.595 MHz
27.100 MHz European standardized Eurobalise train telemetry system 27,090-27,100 MHz (27,095 MHz center frequency, system 27.09 MHz-27.1 MHz)
27.100 MHz POCSAG Pager heard in UK and Europe - unknown source
27.120 MHz Part 15 Beacon frequency (second harmonic of 22 meters 13.56 MHz x2 - 27.12 MHz)
27.120 MHz POCSAG Pager Signals heard in UK - unknown origin
27.125 MHz UK data frequency, UK low-power R/C "Orange-Yellow" telemetry (100 mw limit)
27.140 MHz Russian pagers, heard on Russian and Eastern European SDRs
27.145 MHz Data link, paging systems and pagers, worldwide - also used for R/C purposes "Channel 15A"
27.145 MHz THOR GUARD Voice of Thor - VOT - 27.255 MHz one-to-many alarm control system (strobe or siren) - 44 output version
27.145 MHz UK data frequency, UK low-power R/C "Yellow" telemetry (100 mw limit)
27.145 MHz European standardized Short-Range Device (SRD) 100mw (10 kHz bandwidth or less) (27.140 MHz - 27.150 MHz) "A4"
27.150 MHz POCSAG Pager heard in UK and Europe - unknown source
27.175 MHz UK data frequency, UK low-power R/C "Yellow-Green" telemetry (100 mw limit)
27.190 MHz Paging, possibly on-site, heard on French and German SDRs
27.195 MHz Data link, paging systems and pagers, worldwide - also used for R/C purposes "Channel 19A"
27.195 MHz UK data frequency, UK low-power R/C "Green" telemetry (100 mw limit)
27.195 MHz European standardized Short-Range Device (SRD) 100mw (10 kHz bandwidth or less) (27.190 MHz - 27.200 MHz) "A5"
27.195 MHz Remote Control Technology Short Range Wireless Switch System SRWSS model # 01215 1 watt PTDFM FSK (FM) 27MHz transmitter
27.200 MHz POCSAG Pager heard in UK and Europe - unknown source
27.220 MHz POCSAG Pager Signals heard in UK - unknown origin
27.225 MHz UK data frequency, UK low-power "Green-Blue" R/C telemetry (100 mw limit)
27.230 MHz European standardized R/C and telemetry
27.233 MHz POCSAG Paging signals, narrowband (center frequency 27.233, tune 27.230 MHz USB)
27.235 MHz Digital modes (ROS, PSK31, etc) and paging found here - Europe
27.240 MHz European standardized R/C and telemetry
27.245 MHz Digital modes (ROS, PSK31, etc) and paging found here - Europe
27.245 MHz UK data frequency, UK low-power R/C "Blue" telemetry (100 mw limit)
27.250 MHz Noted use in Eastern Europe/Russia for POCSAG
27.250 MHz POCSAG pager - heard in UK, 8-10 kHz wide signal
27.255 MHz Data link, paging systems and pagers, worldwide - also used for R/C purposes - CB Channel 23
27.255 MHz On-site local paging 5 watt ERP (Finland)
27.270 MHz Local pager, heard in mainland Europe, similar to systems operating on 27.300 MHz and 27.350 MHz
27.275 MHz UK data frequency, UK low-power R/C "White" or "Purple" telemetry (100 mw limit)
27.300 MHz POCSAG Paging (heard daily in UK)
27.350 MHz POCSAG Paging (heard sporadically in UK - unknown origin)
27.360 MHz POCSAG Paging (heard sporadically in UK - unknown origin)
27.400 MHz On-site local paging 5 watt ERP (Finland)
27.410 MHz European standardized R/C and telemetry
27.415 MHz European standardized R/C and telemetry
27.415 MHz Short-range audio links, including radio microphones (Czech Republic)
27.450 MHz Paging, heard in several parts of Europe, sometimes an unmodulated FM carrier transmitted - 27.45 MHz
27.450 MHz Alarm system datalinks - UK - 500mW power limit (considered a SRD or RC device)
27.465 MHz Short-range audio links, including radio microphones (Czech Republic)
27.500 MHz Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode - POCSAG signals noted on frequency
27.505 MHz POCSAG Paging Signals 8-12 kHz wide
27.510 MHz Paging, German allocation pager 27 MHz - Germany / Central Europe
27.510 MHz Paging, voice and data - possibly offset 27.5125 MHz or 27.513 MHz
27.515 MHz Short-range audio links, including radio microphones (Czech Republic)
27.545 MHz R/C, data link and telemetry low power "RC channel 31"
27.550 MHz Paging, POCSAG, heard on European SDRs, unknown origin
27.550 MHz Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode
27.565 MHz Short-range audio links, including radio microphones (Czech Republic)
27.600 MHz POCSAG Paging (heard daily in Netherlands)
27.615 MHz Short-range audio links, including radio microphones (Czech Republic)
27.615 MHz R/C, data link and telemetry low power "RC channel 32"
27.635 MHz R/C, data link and telemetry low power "RC channel 33"
27.635 MHz Digital modes (ROS, PSK31, etc) and paging found here - Europe
27.650 MHz POCSAG Paging (heard daily in Netherlands)
27.650 MHz Data link/Carrier signal, FM/FSK, possible military, Norfolk, VA - confirmed active again March 2019
27.665 MHz Short-range audio links, including radio microphones (Czech Republic)
27.675 MHz R/C, data link and telemetry low power "RC channel 34"
27.700 MHz POCSAG Paging (heard daily in Netherlands)
27.715 MHz Short-range audio links, including radio microphones (Czech Republic)
27.725 MHz R/C, data link and telemetry low power "RC channel 35"
27.750 MHz POCSAG Paging (heard daily in Netherlands)
27.765 MHz Short-range audio links, including radio microphones (Czech Republic)
27.775 MHz R/C, data link and telemetry low power "RC channel 36"
27.800 MHz Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode
27.815 MHz Short-range audio links, including radio microphones (Czech Republic)
27.845 MHz POCSAG Pager - UK and/or Europe
27.847 MHz POCSAG Pager - UK and/or Europe offset frequency 27.8465 MHz
27.848 MHz POCSAG Pager - UK and/or Europe offset frequency 27.8475 MHz
27.850 MHz POCSAG paging signals - Europe
27.850 MHz Hospital pagers (Holland) FM mode
27.865 MHz Short-range audio links, including radio microphones (Czech Republic)
27.885 MHz Voice and data paging system, Greece - Greek voice (FM mode) possible offset 27.8875 MHz
27.905 MHz European standardized data link, telemetry and R/C - 1 watt power limit max 8.5 kHz bandwidth
27.915 MHz European standardized data link, telemetry and R/C - 1 watt power limit max 8.5 kHz bandwidth
27.915 MHz Short-range audio links, including radio microphones (Czech Republic)
27.950 MHz POCSAG Paging - Heard in UK (June 2022)
27.965 MHz Short-range audio links, including radio microphones (Czech Republic)
27.970 MHz FSK data links
27.980 MHz FSK data links
27.990 MHz FSK data links
29.750 MHz POCSAG Paging Pager - Heard in UK, likely European origin 29.75 MHz POCSAG
29.800 MHz POCSAG Paging Pager - Heard in UK, likely European origin 29.8 MHz POCSAG
29.850 MHz POCSAG Paging Pager - Heard in UK, likely European origin 29.85 MHz POCSAG
29.900 MHz POCSAG Paging Pager - Heard in UK, likely European origin 29.9 MHz POCSAG
29.950 MHz POCSAG Paging Pager - Heard in UK, likely European origin 29.95 MHz POCAG

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