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Shure Axient Digital X55 Band [941MHz-960MHz]

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Scott Helmke:
I've been doing some research on this, and getting into contact with my local SBE coordinator as suggested.

I've actually not been able to find anything about this STL band on the ULS, though, unless it's hiding under another category.

Jason Glass:

--- Quote from: Scott Helmke on December 12, 2019, 12:59:10 PM ---I've been doing some research on this, and getting into contact with my local SBE coordinator as suggested.

I've actually not been able to find anything about this STL band on the ULS, though, unless it's hiding under another category.

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I've found that a ULS geographic "all services" search based on a radius from coordinates, within a frequency range, returns all TX and RX stations within that radius.  Examination of each station's license reveals the rest of the necessary details to determine which freqs to avoid and how wide their occupied BW's are.

Also, use Google Earth and download this KMZ file to get lots of good info about RF operations in a given geography, including STL paths.  This resource is pure gold for RF work.  https://www.fccinfo.com/fccinfo_google_earth.php

Scott Helmke:

--- Quote from: Jason Glass on December 12, 2019, 03:46:50 PM ---Also, use Google Earth and download this KMZ file to get lots of good info about RF operations in a given geography, including STL paths.  This resource is pure gold for RF work.  https://www.fccinfo.com/fccinfo_google_earth.php

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Wow!

Ike Zimbel:

--- Quote from: Jason Glass on December 12, 2019, 03:46:50 PM ---I've found that a ULS geographic "all services" search based on a radius from coordinates, within a frequency range, returns all TX and RX stations within that radius.  Examination of each station's license reveals the rest of the necessary details to determine which freqs to avoid and how wide their occupied BW's are.

Also, use Google Earth and download this KMZ file to get lots of good info about RF operations in a given geography, including STL paths.  This resource is pure gold for RF work.  https://www.fccinfo.com/fccinfo_google_earth.php

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Thanks, Jason, for another invaluable contribution to our field!

John Sulek:

--- Quote from: Jason Glass on December 12, 2019, 03:46:50 PM ---I've found that a ULS geographic "all services" search based on a radius from coordinates, within a frequency range, returns all TX and RX stations within that radius.  Examination of each station's license reveals the rest of the necessary details to determine which freqs to avoid and how wide their occupied BW's are.

Also, use Google Earth and download this KMZ file to get lots of good info about RF operations in a given geography, including STL paths.  This resource is pure gold for RF work.  https://www.fccinfo.com/fccinfo_google_earth.php

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Thanks!

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