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VHF communication radios are the primary communication radios used in aviation. They operate in the frequency range from 118.0 MHz to 136.975MHz.
The frequency band allocated for Aeronautical VHF communications is 118-137 MHz. Airservices is also responsible for the Radiofrequency Spectrum used for Aeronautical HF and UHF Communication, Navigational Aids and Landing System.
Aircraft communication capability is an important means of voice communication and information exchange between pilots and ground air traffic control (ATC), command centers, maintenance centers, or other stakeholders during flight.
Spectrum Engineering & Policy - Radio Frequency Bands Supporting Aviation FrequencyBand Name118 - 137 MHzVHF Air / Ground Communications138 - 150.8 & 162 - 174 MHzFixed, Mobil225 - 328.6 & 335.4 - 400 MHzUHF Air / Ground Communications (U.S. Military)328.6 - 335.4 MHzILS Glide Slope27 more rows • Jul 21, 2020
A year-long trial of a VHF Low-Level Common frequency has been launched by the RAF with the support of the CAA. The 'VHF LL Common' trial starts today, 1 June 2021, on VHF frequency 130.490. The aim is to reduce the risk of mid-air collision between aircraft operating at or below 2,000ft Above Ground Level.
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Amplitude modulation is one way of transmitting radio signals across large distances. While FM has many advantages, AM is typically used in aviation. The reason for this is the capture effect.
If you are into aviation, you probably already know how important it is to have a radio while in the air. Air Band radios use VHF frequencies in the 108 MHz - 137 MHz range.
The Aeronautical VHF Band is the section of the Very High Frequency spectrum allocated to Aeronautical Service by the International Telecommunications Union. It is made up of the following two groupings: 108-118 MHz assigned to the purpose of radio-navigation and 118-137 MHz which is used for radio-communications.
Airband or aircraft band is the name for a group of frequencies in the VHF radio spectrum allocated to radio communication in civil aviation, sometimes also referred to as VHF, or phonetically as "Victor". Different sections of the band are used for radionavigational aids and air traffic control.
Aircraft will need to be equipped with the number of 8.33 kHz capable radios required by operational rules. So where the carriage of two radios is required, both radios must be 8.33kHz VCS capable.

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