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Emission Designator List


Examples of Commonly Observed Emission Designators


60H0J2B PSK31
100HN0N Speed Radar (10525 MHz X band; 24150 MHz Ka band)
150HA1A Continuous Wave Telegraphy (manually read Morse Code)
2K80J2B HF RTTY (Radio Teletype)
2K80J2D HF PACTOR-III
2K80J3E HF Single sideband suppressed carrier voice (USB or LSB, not at the same time)
3K00H2B HF ALE MIL-STD-188-141A/FED-STD-1045
3K30F1D 6.25 kHz SCADA link (CalAmp Viper SC - 173 MHz)
4K00F1D 6.25 kHz data NXDN (Narrow IDAS, NEXEDGE)
4K00F1E 6.25 kHz voice NXDN (Narrow IDAS, NEXEDGE)
4K00F1W 6.25 kHz voice and data NXDN (Narrow IDAS, NEXEDGE)
4K00F2D 6.25 kHz analog CW ID NXDN (Narrow IDAS, NEXEDGE)
4K00J1D Amplitude Compandored Sideband (pilot tone/carrier)
4K00J2D Amplitude Compandored Sideband (pilot tone/carrier)
4K00J3E Amplitude Compandored Sideband (pilot tone/carrier) voice
5K60F2D SCADA
5K76G1E P25 Phase I CQPSK voice (typically used for simulcast systems - this is NOT P25 Phase II)
6K00A3E Double sideband AM voice
6K00F1D SCADA Carrier Frequency Shift Keying
6K00F2D SCADA Audio Frequency Shift Keying
6K00F3D SCADA Analog data that is not AFSK (variable tone, DTMF, etc.)
7K30F1D Futurecom "MOBEXCOM" DVRS (mobile repeater) data (P25 waveform, slightly narrower occupied bandwidth)
7K30F1E Futurecom "MOBEXCOM" DVRS (mobile repeater) voice (P25 waveform, slightly narrower occupied bandwidth)
7K60FXD 2-slot DMR (Motorola MOTOTRBO) TDMA data
7K60FXE 2-slot DMR (Motorola MOTOTRBO) TDMA voice
8K10F1D P25 Phase I C4FM data
8K10F1E P25 Phase I C4FM voice (typically used for single-site systems)
8K10F1W P25 Phase II subscriber units (Harmonized Continuous Phase Modulation - H-CPM)
8K30F1D 12.5 kHz data NXDN (Wide IDAS, NEXEDGE)
8K30F1E 12.5 kHz voice NXDN (Wide IDAS, NEXEDGE)
8K30F1W P25 Phase I C4FM hybridized voice and data applications (most commonly seen on trunked licenses)
8K30F7W 12.5 kHz voice and data NXDN (Wide IDAS, NEXEDGE)
8K50F9W Harris OpenSky (2 slot narrowband)
8K70D1W P25 Linear Simulcast Modulation ASTRO (9.6 kbps in 12.5 kHz channelspace)
9K20F1D Zetron-based alphanumeric paging/alerting system (seen in practice using Daniels base stations)
9K30F1D SCADA/ EOD Robot Remote Control
9K80D7W P25 Phase II fixed-end 2-slot TDMA (Harmonized Differential Quadrature Phase Shift Keyed modulation - H-DQPSK), per Motorola literature
9K70F1D P25 Linear Simulcast Modulation "WCQPSK" data (per Harris MASTR-V literature)
9K70F1E P25 Linear Simulcast Modulation "WCQPSK" voice (per Harris MASTR-V literature)
9K80F1D P25 Phase II fixed-end 2-slot TDMA H-DQPSK data, per Harris MASTR-V literature
9K80F1E P25 Phase II fixed-end 2-slot TDMA H-DQPSK voice (interpolation of MASTR-V literature)
10K0F1D LTI Automated Vehicle Location (AVL) system - LT6 Radio Modem
10K0F1D Motorola 3600 baud trunked control channel on narrowband channel
10K0F1D RD-LAP 9.6 kbps data on narowband channel
10K0F1D Motorola Widepulse ASTRO simulcast data
10K0F1D Motorola Widepulse ASTRO simulcast control channel
10K0F1E Motorola Widepulse ASTRO simulcast voice
11K2F2D Audio frequency shift keying within a 12.5 kHz channelspace (commonly used for 1.2 kbps packet, FFSK station alerting, and AFSK tornado siren signaling)
11K2F3D DTMF or other audible, non-frequency shift signaling, such as Whelen tornado sirens or "Knox-Box®" activation
11K2F3E 2.5 kHz deviation FM "narrowband 12.5 kHz" analog voice, 11.25 kHz occupied bandwidth (11K0 and 11K3 prefixes are effectively considered the same as 11K2); 30 - 50 MHz licensees DO NOT need to convert to this.
11K2F9W Formerly and incorrectly used as a catch-all narrowband emission for analog and digital use. Each appropriate emission should be listed discretely.
12K1F9W Harris OpenSky (NPSPAC - 4 slot)
13K1F9W Harris OpenSky (SMR - 4 slot)
13K6W7W Motorola iDEN (900 MHz)
14K0F1D Motorola 3600 baud trunked control channel (NPSPAC)
16K0F1D Motorola 3600 baud trunked control channel
16K0F1D RD-LAP 9.6 kbps NPSPAC
16K0F2D 4 kHz deviation FM audio frequency shift keying (72 MHz fire alarm boxes)
16K0F3E 4 kHz deviation FM analog voice (NPSPAC)
16K8F1E Encrypted Quantized Voice (Motorola DVP, DES, DES-XL on NPSPAC)
17K7D7D Motorola HPD High Performance Data - "Astro 25" suite, as Motorola HAI (High performance data Air Interface) - 700/800 MHz - requires 25 kHz channelspace
20K0D1W Reduced power TETRA - PowerTrunk 4/TDMA fixed-end (simultaneous mixed modes)
20K0D1E Reduced power TETRA - PowerTrunk 4/TDMA fixed-end (voice)
20K1D1D Reduced power TETRA - PowerTrunk 4/TDMA fixed-end (data)
20K0F1D RD-LAP 19.2 kbps within a wideband channel (2013 compliant, meets data throughput requirement)
20K0F1E Encrypted Quantized Voice (Motorola DVP, DES, DES-XL - NOT P25 DES-OFB/AES)
20K0F3E 5 kHz deviation FM "wideband 25 kHz" analog voice - Continues to be authorized for 30 - 50 MHz systems after 1 Jan 2013
20K0G7W Motorola iDEN (800 MHz)
20K0W7W Motorola iDEN (800 MHz)
21K0D1W TETRA ETS 300 392 Standard
30K0DXW TDMA Cellular (North America)
40K0F8W AMPS Cellular
200KF8E Broadcast FM with Subsidiary Communications Subcarrier (SCS)
300KGXW GSM Cellular
300KG7W EDGE (Enhanced Data rates for GSM Evolution)
1M25F9W CDMA Cellular
2M40W7D Remote Control Video (digital, non-NTSC)
5M00G7D Public Safety LTE (all four emissions used)
5M00W7W Public Safety LTE (all four emissions used)
5M00G2D Public Safety LTE (all four emissions used)
5M00D7D Public Safety LTE (all four emissions used)
6M00C7W ATSC Video (Digital TV)
5M75C3F NTSC Video, also with 250K0F3E aural carrier

* Revised 11/29/2012

Microwave emissions: Check with your manufacturer regarding equipment type, configuration, and throughput

Note: As most communications systems are unique, these emission designators are presented for informational purposes only. They are not intended to be a definitive guide to licensing. If you are unsure of the correct emission designator to use, consult an authoritative source familiar with your particular system and its particular configuration. When in doubt, consult your system's manufacturer. This is not intended to be an all-inclusive list. Some of the terms used in this list are trademarks of their respective manufacturers.

The company, product and service names used in this listing are for identification purposes only. All trademarks and registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

Emission Designators: The following system of designating emission, modulation and transmission characteristics shall be employed.

a) Emissions are designated according to their classification and their necessary bandwidth.
b) A minimum of three symbols are used to describe the basic characteristics of radio waves. Emissions are classified and symbolized according to the following characteristics.
1. First Symbol - type of modulation of the main carrier.
2. Second Symbol - nature of signal(s) modulating the main carrier
3. Third Symbol - type of information to be transmitted.
c) First Symbol - types of modulation of the main carrier.
1.Emission of an unmodulated carrier N
2.Emission in which the main carrier is amplitude-modulated (including cases where sub-carriers are angle-modulated):
Doubled-sideband A
Single-sideband, full carrier H
Single-sideband, reduced or variable level carrier R
Single-sideband, suppressed carrier J
Independent sidebands B
Vestigial sideband C
3. Emission in which the main carrier is angle-modulated:
Frequency modulation F
Phase Modulation G
Note: Whenever frequency modulation "F" is indicated, Phase modulation "G" is also acceptable.
4. Emission in which the main carrier is amplitude and angle- modulated either simultaneously or in a pre-established sequence D
5. Emission of pulses:
Sequence of unmodulated pulses P
. A sequence of pulses:

. Modulated in amplitude
K
. Modulated in width/duration L
. Modulated in Position/Phase M
. In which the carrier is angle-modulated during the period of pulse Q
. Which is a combination of the foregoing or is produced by other means V
6. Cases not covered above, in which an emission consists of the main carrier modulated, either simultaneously or in a pre-established sequence, in a combination of two or more of the following modes amplitude, angle, pulse W
7. Cases not otherwise covered X
d) Second Symbol - nature of signal(s) modulating the main carrier:
1. No modulating signal 0
2. A single channel containing quantized or digital information without the use of a modulating sub-carrier, excluding time-division multiplex 1
3. A single channel containing quantized or digital information with the use of a modulating sub-carrier, excluding time-division multiplex 2
4. A single channel containing analog information 3
5. Two or more channels containing quantized or digital information 7
6. Two or more channels containing analog information 8
7. Composite system with one or more channels containing quantized or digital information, together with one or more channels containing analog information 9
8. Cases otherwise not covered X
e) Third symbol - type of information to be transmitted:
1. No information transmitted N
2. Telegraphy - for aural reception A
3. Telegraphy - for automatic reception B
4. Facsimile C
5. Data transmission, telemetry, telecommand D
6. Telephony (including sound broadcasting) E
7. Television (video) F
8. Combination of the above W
9. Cases not otherwise covered X


Bandwidths:

a) Occupied bandwidth: The frequency bandwidth such that, below its lower and above its upper frequency limits, the mean powers radiated are each equal to 0.5 percent of the total mean power radiated by a given emission.

b) Necessary bandwidth: For a given class of emission, the minimum value of the occupied bandwidth sufficient to ensure the transmission of information at the rate and with the quality required for the system employed under specified conditions. Emission useful for the good functioning of the receiving equipment as, for example, the emission corresponding to the carrier of reduced carrier systems, shall be included in the necessary bandwidth.

1. The necessary bandwidth shall be expressed by three numerals and one letter. The letter occupies the position of the decimal point and represents the unit of bandwidth. The first character shall be neither zero nor K, M and G.

2. Necessary Bandwidths: between 0.001 and 999 Hz shall be expressed in Hz (letter H); between 1.00 to 999 KHz shall be expressed in KHz (letter K); between 1.00 and 999 MHz shall be expressed in MHz (letter M); between 1.00 and 999 GHz shall be expressed in GHz (letter G).

3. Examples

0.002 Hz ->H002 6 KHz ->6K00
0.1 Hz ->H100 12.5 KHz ->12K5
25.3 Hz ->25H3 180.4 KHz ->180K
400 Hz ->400H 180.5 KHz ->181K
2.4 KHz ->2K40 180.7 KHz ->181K


Standard Channel Spacing/Bandwidth

Frequency Band ( MHz) Channel Spacing (KHz) Authorized Bandwidth (KHz)
Below 25 2 -- --
25-50 20 20
72-76 20 20
150-174 7.5 1 25/11.25/6 1, 3
220-222 5 4
421-512 2 6.25 1 25/11.25/6 1, 3
806-821/851-866 25 20
821-824/866-869 12.5 20
896-901/935-940 12.5 13.6
902-928 4 -- --
929-930 25 20
1427-1435 2 -- --
2450-2483.5 2 -- --
Above 2500 2 -- --

1 For stations authorized on or after August 16, 1995

2 Bandwidths for radio location stations in the 420-450 MHz band and for stations operating in bands subject to this footnote will be reviewed and authorized on a case-by-case basis.

3 Systems using equipment designed to operate with 25 KHz channel spacing will be authorized a 20 KHz bandwidth. Systems using equipment designed to operate with a 12.5 KHz channel spacing will be authorized a 11.25 KHz bandwidth. Systems using equipment designed to operate with a 6.25 KHz channel spacing will be authorized a 6 KHz bandwidth.

4 The maximum authorized bandwidth shall be 12 MHz for non-multilateration LMS operations in the band 909.75-921.75 MHz and 2 MHz in the band 902.00-904.00 MHz. The maximum authorized bandwidth for mutlilateration LMS operation shall be 5.75 MHz in the 904.00-909.75 MHz band; 2 MHz in the 919.75-921.75 MHz band; 5.75 MHz in the 921.75-927.25 MHz band and its associated 927.25-927.50 MHz narrowband forward link; and 8.00 MHz if the 919.75-921.75 MHz and 921.75-927.25 MHz bands and their associated 927.25-927.50 MHz and 927.50-927.75 MHz narrowband forward links are aggregated.

NOTE: The actual emmission that should be added to the license application is the emmission designation as listed on the equipment's type acceptance. This information should be available in the technical specifications for your radios as listed by the manufacturer.



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