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Military tactical short range intra squad radio. Designed to be low probability of intercept and reduce the very short range comms on the military FM band (30-88 MHz). ISR or IISR. 380 MHz-430 MHz. Originally intended to be a military only FRS type service. Limited adoption (apparently?). Icom IC-4008H radios. 14 channels. 0.5 watt 500mW power limit (just like the original FRS service). 380-400 MHz band shared with military land mobile and UHF aircraft band 225-400 MHz. Functionally, appears to have been replaced by the Integrated Intra Squad Radio system, although the VULOS service offered by standard tactical radios cover these frequencies.
Channel 1 - 396.875 MHz Channel 2 - 397.125 MHz Channel 3 - 397.175 MHz Channel 4 - 397.375 MHz Channel 5 - 397.425 MHz Channel 6 - 397.475 MHz Channel 7 - 397.550 MHz Channel 8 - 397.950 MHz Channel 9 - 398.050 MHz Channel 10 - 399.425 MHz Channel 11 - 399.475 MHz Channel 12 - 399.725 MHz Channel 13 - 399.925 MHz Channel 14 - 399.975 MHz
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