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6.25 kHz FM Information

6.25kHz channels were split from 12.5 kHz channels by the FCC. Raveon’s RV-M6 data radio modem can operate on 6.25kHz, 12.5kHz, or 25kHz wide channels. Now the FCC licenses 6.25 kHz channels on “offset” frequencies within the previous 12.5 kHz channel 6.25 kHz channels are “dropped in” between existing 12.5 kHz radio channels. They allow […]

Filed under: Licensing & Regulation, Radio and FCC News, Uncategorized | Posted on December 5th, 2020 by John Sonnenberg | Comments Off on 6.25 kHz FM Information

FCC Emission Designator

An Emission Designator code is associated with a frequency channel that gives information about the channel’s frequency bandwidth and the nature of the signal on that frequency. Raveon’s FM Data Radios typically use these Occupied Bandwidths. See data sheets or contact sales team for detailed Occupied Bandwidth information. Emission Designator RF Bandwidth FM Deviation for […]

Filed under: Licensing & Regulation | Posted on October 28th, 2020 by John Sonnenberg | Comments Off on FCC Emission Designator

DD1494 Data Radios

The DD1494 form is submitted in stages that coincide with the phases of the DoD acquisition process. RF performance and RF spectrum information are put into the DD form 1494 so the government can allocate frequencies for a radio. Raveon’s Data Radio modems are used on many different frequencies that were setup using DD1494 forms. […]

Filed under: International, Licensing & Regulation, Uncategorized | Posted on October 28th, 2020 by John Sonnenberg | Comments Off on DD1494 Data Radios