01/23/19 13:47:28 UTC
225.875 MHz
BYRON, GA
Couple of pilots talking
 
01/19/19 18:49:59 UTC
385.55 MHz
WEST PALM BEACH, FL
Lucky 21 heading to W-168 on ZMA Discrete
 
01/18/19 02:32:40 UTC
343.500 MHz
MOLINE, IL
Refueler on AR16 Primary. “I’ll take your tail number”
 
01/17/19 15:12:39 UTC
343.000 MHz
BYRON, GA
Couple of pilots talking
 
01/15/19 13:32:19 UTC
339.500 MHz
BYRON, GA
Go for Defense 986 and another pilot in communications.
 

01/20/19 20:17:16 UTC
337.3000 MHz
E-4 Data Link
 
01/13/19 15:29:30 UTC
60.1000 MHz
Calling in strikes against ground targets at Avon Park
 
01/07/19 20:39:46 UTC
254.400 MHz
?
 
01/07/19 20:21:34 UTC
317.525 MHz
?
 
01/07/19 18:46:13 UTC
350.200 MHz
?
 
01/07/19 17:37:23 UTC
262.760 MHz
sells range
 
01/07/19 14:13:41 UTC
143.425 MHz
Night Watch Reporting System
 



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Microwave Frequency Letter Bands

Everytime I see a reference to the "C" band or "Ku" band I can never remember what frequency range these microwave letter bands are refering too.

As a result I've created this handy little cheat sheet, hopefully it will help you as well.

Standard Radar Frequency Letter-Band Nomenclature(IEEE Standard 521-2002)

Band Designator Frequency (GHz) Wavelength in Free Space (centimeters)
HF 0.003 to 0.030 10000 to 1000
VHF 0.030 to 0.300 1000 to 100
UHF 0.300 to 1 100 to 30.0
L band 1 to 2 30.0 to 15.0
S band 2 to 4 15 to 7.5
C band 4 to 8 7.5 to 3.8
X band 8 to 12 3.8 to 2.5
Ku band 12 to 18 2.5 to 1.7
K band 18 to 27 1.7 to 1.1
Ka band 27 to 40 1.1 to 0.75
V band 40 to 75 0.75 to 0.40
W band 75 to 110 0.40 to 0.27
mm 110 to 300 0.27 to 0.10