I am looking for a detailed spectrum allocation guide for the US. Im not
talking the default “US Frequency Allocations Chart.” but something more
like a book or guide. Does such a thing exist?
That data is scattered all over the place at the moment, and we’ve had
a large amount of time digesting and marking it up. We’ll post our code
tidy XML representations of the data soon. Generally speaking, the
would have to dig through to get the full details of US spectrum
The FCC regulations, 47 CFR, contain band allocations, power
Additional information on federal band allocations can be found in
Most allocations to non-Federal organizations are in the FCC
Licensing System. You can download the entire contents of this database
delimited text files, but they’re an amazingly awful mess and require
AM, FM, and TV broadcast stations are in the FCC CDBS, which is not
as bad as ULS:
Shortwave broadcast stations are on the FCC HF Broadcasting site:
Federal allocations are listed in the NTIA Government Master File.
a classified database, but we managed to get half of the GMF records in
request last summer, and we’ll be requesting an updated and expanded
Some additional information is available in the FCC IBFS, COALS, and
Equipment Authorization databases, and in various DISA JSC databases.