channel plan for zone 3 and zone 4

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channel plan for zone 3 and zone 4

#1 Post by KB1UAM » 11 Dec 2011 10:02

can anyone telll me what the rebanding plan is for the cape cod system and also bristol/plymouth area? i thought i saw somewhere the plan is 15mhz up or down depending where the frequency is now?

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#2 Post by Mark SNE Moderator » 11 Dec 2011 10:05

Frequencies are to move 15MHz down but it is still too soon to know what the exact channel plan will be until the system starts to reband each zone.
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#3 Post by ecps92 » 11 Dec 2011 11:27

Only if they need to be moved.
Most of the Eastern Mass MSP should not have to be rebanded as they are below the 861-868 Range.
Mark SNE Moderator wrote:Frequencies are to move 15MHz down but it is still too soon to know what the exact channel plan will be until the system starts to reband each zone.
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#4 Post by Scott SNE Webmaster » 11 Dec 2011 12:51

Only frequencies in the 866-868.9875 were/are to be moved down 15 MHz to 851-853.9875. Any frequencies between 854-860.9875 should remain the same. As I recall (and without reviewing material) licensees within the 860-860.9875 range have the option to apply to move elsewhere, but not below 854 and not above 860.
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