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Sheet1 Page 1 What standards, frequencies, bands do I use for wireless communications? Note these answers are mine; you might use different devices and products. Standard Bands Channel BW (MHz) CDMA 824-894, 1800-2000 MHz 2.5 =2*1.25 Cordless phone likely DS-SS 2400-2483 MHz ? 802.11b/g/n 2400-2483 MHz 20 Radio
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Unformatted text preview: FM 87.5 to 108 MHz 0.2 Radio AM .520-1.7 MHz 0.01 TV Satellite 4-8 GHz, 12-18 GHz 6 approx Remote entry ? 300-400 MHz ? FH-SS 2400-2483 MHz 80 Wireless sensors 802.15.4 2400-2483 MHz 5 Wireless sensors FSK 900-928 MHz 0.15 Total 113.86 MHz Cell phone (Verizon) WiFi Bluetooth...
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