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FCC Frequency allocations for licensed service
Channel Block Frequency [MHz] Service Area
A (30 MHz) 1850-1865/1930-1945 Major trading areas
B (30 MHz) 1870-1885/1950-1965 Major trading areas
C (20 MHz) 1895-1910/1975-1990 Basic trading areas
D (10 MHz) 1865-1870/1945-1950 Basic trading areas
E (10 MHz) 1885-1890/1965-1970 Basic trading areas
F (10 MHz) 1890-1895/1970-1975 Basic trading areas
unlicensed 1910-1930 Basic trading areas

Radio Specifications

standard: ANSI J-STD-008 [equivalent to IS-95]
system: PCS-TAG-2
access method: CDMA (20:1)
duplex method: FDD
modulation format: OQPSK/ QPSK
data carrier: 1.23 Mchip
rate signal: 8/13 kbit
audio coding: QCELP
channel BW/SP: 1.25 MHz
Max user avg: 200 mW
Power peak: 200 mW
Handset pwr supply: 3 V


List of Standards

ANSI J-STD-008, Personal Station - Base Station Compatibility Standard for Dual-Mode Wideband Spread Spectrum PCS System.
Formal definition of the PCS (1900 MHz) air interface. The PCS standard differs from IS-95-A primarily in the frequency plan and in call processing related to subscriber station identity, such as paging and call origination. The basic signal structure (message formats, coding, and modulation) are identical

TIA/EIA/IS-95-A, Mobile Station - Base Station Compatibility Standard for Dual-Mode Wideband Spread Spectrum Cellular System.
Formal definition of the cellular (800 MHz) CDMA air interface . IS-95-A differs only slightly from the prior version, IS-95.

IEEE Standard 269-1992, IEEE Standard Method for Measuring Transmission Performance of Analog and Digital Telephone Sets (ANSI)

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