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FM Broadcast (87.5 Mhz through 108 Mhz)

The original FM broadcast band, in the United States until 1946, was on 42 to 50 MHz with 0.2 MHz channel spacing. This band was abandoned after World War II and is now allocated to fixed, mobile, and land mobile radio services. FM is effectively short for frequency modulation. The term "Wide FM" is often used because of the amount of frequency bandwidth consumed (~500khz). The exact reception range varies around the world, but normally falls around a 50 to 200 mile range. In most of the world, the FM broadcast band is 87.5 to 108.0 Mhz. Japan is one exception, 76 to 90 MHz with 0.1 MHz channel spacing.

Band Charts are for general information, please check your local band plan for operating privlages. For example; ARRL Band Plan or RSGB Band Plan.

Featured Frequencies

!! 443.600.000 W6MOW Salinas, CA
W6MOW Repeater located in Salinas, CA, United States operating on 443.6000 Mhz.
!! 927.900.000 N6TBQ Seaside, CA
N6TBQ Repeater located in Seaside, CA, United States operating on 927.9000 Mhz.
!! 147.180.000 W6WLS Felton, CA
W6WLS Repeater located in Felton, CA, United States operating on 147.1800 Mhz.

Relative Frequencies (100 Mhz) Display All

96.100.000 KSTR-FM Montrose, CO
106.900.000 KLUB Bloomington, TX
91.700.000 WMCQ Muskegon, MI
93.500.000 WMWV Conway, NH
103.100.000 WQFX-FM Russell, PA
106.900.000 WHKL Crenshaw, MS
89.300.000 WJEL Indianapolis, IN
98.300.000 KQZQ Kiowa, KS
94.100.000 KBKY Merced, CA
91.700.000 WMWM Salem, MA
98.700.000 WHOP-FM Hopkinsville, KY
104.700.000 KNNG Sterling, CO
107.900.000 WENZ Cleveland, OH
101.700.000 WYUM Mount Vernon, GA
99.500.000 KLVS Citrus Heights, CA
100.700.000 WZBA Westminster, MD
107.900.000 KMLE Chandler, AZ
106.300.000 WQRL Benton, IL
107.900.000 KQQL Anoka, MN
91.300.000 WPAR Salem, VA

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