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AA—Aviation Auxiliary Group
AB—Aural Microwave Booster
AC—Aircraft
AD—AWS-4
AF—Aeronautical and Fixed
AI—Aural Intercity Relay
AR—Aviation Radionavigation
AS—Aural Studio Transmitter Link
AW—Advanced Wireless Service (Part 27).
BA—1390-1392 MHz Band, Market Area
BB—1392-1395 and 1432-1435 MHz Bands, Market Area
BC—1670-1675 MHz Band, Market Area
BR—Broadband Radio Service
CA—Commercial Air-ground Radiotelephone
CB—BETRS
CD—Paging and Radiotelephone
CE—Digital Electronic Message Service—Common Carrier
CF—Common Carrier Fixed Point to Point Microwave
CG—General Aviation Air-ground Radiotelephone
CJ—Commercial Aviation Air-Ground Radiotelephone (800 MHz band
CL—Cellular
CM—Commercial Operator
CN—PCS Narrowband
CO—Offshore Radiotelephone
CP—Part 22 VHF/UHF Paging [excluding 931 MHZ], Auctioned
CR—Rural Radiotelephone
CT—Local Television Transmission
CW—PCS Broadband
CY—1910-1915/1990-1995 MHz Bands, Market Area
CZ—Part 22 931 MHz Paging
DV—Multichannel Video Distribution AND Data Service
ED—Educational Broadband Service
CZ—Paging and Radiotelephone, Auctioned
GB—Business, 806-821/851-866 MHz, Conventional
GC—929-930 MHz Paging Systems, Auctioned
GE—Public Safety/Special Emergency and Public Safety, National Plan
GF—Public Safety Ntl Plan, 821-824/866-869 MHz, Conv.
GI—Other Indust/Land Transp, 896-901/935-940 MHz, Conv.
GJ—Business and Industrial/Land Transp, 809-824/854-869 MHz, Conv.
GL—900 MHz Conventional SMR (SMR, Site-Specific)
GM—800 MHz Conventional SMR (SMR, Site-Specific)
GO—Other Indust/Land Transp, 806-821/851-866 MHz, Conv.
GP—Public Safety/Spec Emerg, 806-821/851-866 MHz, Conv.
GR—SMR, 896-901/935-940 MHz, Conventional
GS—Private Carrier Paging, 929-930 MHz
GU—Business, 896-901/935-940 MHz, Conventional
GX—SMR, 806-821/851-866 MHz, Conventional
HA—Amateur
HV—Vanity
IG—Industrial/Business Pool, Conventional
IK—Industrial/Business Pool—Commercial, Conventional
IQ—Intelligent Transportation Service (Public Safety)
LD—Local Multipoint Distribution Service
LN—902-928 MHz Location Narrowband (Non-Multilateration)
LP—Broadcast Auxiliary Low Power
LS—Location and Monitoring Service, Multilateration (LMS)
LV—Low Power Wireless Assist Video Devices
LW—902-928 MHz Location Wideband (Grandfathered AVM)
MA—Marine Auxiliary Group
MC—Coastal Group
MG—Microwave Industrial/Business Pool
MK—Alaska Group
MM—Millimeter Wave 70/80/90 GHz
MR—Marine Radiolocation Land
MS—Multiple Address Service, Auctioned
MW—Microwave Public Safety Pool
NC—Nationwide Commercial 5 Channel, 220 MHz
NN—3650 3700 MHz
PA—Public Safety 4940-4990 MHz Band
PC—Public Coast Stations, Auctioned
PE—Digital Electronic Message Service—Private
PW—Public Safety Pool, Conventional
QA—220-222 MHz Band, Auctioned
QD—Non-Nationwide Data, 220 MHz
QM—Non-Nationwide Public Safety/Mutual Aid, 220 MHz
QO—Non-Nationwide Other, 220 MHz
QQ—Intelligent Transportation Service (Non-Public Safety)
QT—Non-Nationwide 5 Channel Trunked, 220 MHz
RP—Broadcast Auxiliary Remote Pickup
RR—Restricted Operator
RS—Land Mobile Radiolocation
SA—Ship Recreational or Voluntarily Equipped
SB—Ship Compulsory Equipped
SE—Ship Exemption
SG—Conventional Public Safety 700MHz
SL—Public Safety 700 MHz Band—State License
SP700 MHz Public Safety Broadband Nationwide License
SY—Trunked Public Safety 700MHz
TB—TV Microwave Booster
TI—TV Intercity Relay
TN—39 GHz, Auctioned
TP—TV Pickup
TS—TV Studio Transmitter Link
TT—TV Translator Relay
TZ—24 GHz Service
WA—Microwave Aviation
WM—Microwave Marine
WP—700 MHz Upper Band (Block D)
WR—Microwave Radiolocation
WS—Wireless Communications Service
WU—700 MHz Upper Band (Block C)
WX—700 MHz Bands
WY—700 MHz Lower Band (Blocks A, B, E)
WZ—700 MHz Lower Band (Blocks C,D)
YB—Business, 806-821/851-866 MHz, Trunked
YC—SMR, 806-821/851-866 MHz, Auctioned
YD—SMR, 896-901/935-940 MHz, Auctioned
YE—Public Safety/Special Emergency and Public Safety, National Plan
YF—Public Safety Ntl Plan, 821-824/866-869 MHz, Trunked
YG—Industrial/Business Pool, Trunked
YH—SMR, 806-821/851-866 MHz, Auctioned (Rebanded YC license)
YI—Other Indust/Land Transp. 896-901/935-940 MHz, Trunked
YJ—Business and Industrial/Land Transp, 809-824/854-869, Trunked
YK—Industrial/Business Pool—Commercial, Trunked
YL—900 MHz Trunked SMR (SMR, Site-Specific)
YM—800 MHz Trunked SMR (SMR, Site-Specific)
YO—Other Indust/Land Transp. 806-821/851-866 MHz, Trunked
YP—Public Safety/Spec Emerg, 806-821/851-866 MHz, Trunked
YS—SMR, 896-901/935-940 MHz, Trunked
YU—Business, 896-901/935-940 MHz, Trunked
YW—Public Safety Pool, Trunked
YX—SMR, 806-821/851-866 MHz, Trunked
ZA—General Mobile Radio (GMRS)
ZV—218-219 MHz Service

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