Add Favorite Set Homepage
Position:Home >> News

Products Category

Products Tags

Fmuser Sites

Types of radio emissions F3E,F2D etc.

Date:2017/8/17 11:35:44 Hits:

The International Telecommunication Union uses an internationally agreed system for classifying radio frequency signals. Each type of radio emission is classified according to its bandwidth, method of modulation, nature of the modulating signal, and type of information transmitted on the carrier signal. It is based on characteristics of the signal, not on the transmitter used.


An emission designation is of the form BBBB 123 45, where BBBB is the bandwidth of the signal, 1 is a letter indicating the type of modulation used of the main carrier (not including any subcarriers which is why FM stereo is F8E and not D8E), 2 is a digit representing the type of modulating signal again of the main carrier, 3 is a letter corresponding to the type of information transmitted, 4 is a letter indicating the practical details of the transmitted information, and 5 is a letter that represents the method of multiplexing. The 4 and 5 fields are optional.


This designation system was agreed at the 1979 World Administrative Radio Conference (WARC 79), and gave rise to the Radio Regulations that came into force on 1 January 1982. A similar designation system had been in use under prior Radio Regulations.

Designation details


Type of modulation



Type of modulating signal



Type of transmitted information



Common examples:


Broadcasting

A3E or A3E G 
Ordinary amplitude modulation used for low frequency and medium frequency AM broadcasting
F8E, F8E H 
FM broadcasting for radio transmissions on VHF, and as the audio component of analogue television transmissions. Since there are generally pilot tones (subcarriers) for stereo and RDS the designator '8' is used, to indicate multiple signals.
C3F, C3F N 
Analogue PAL, SÉCAM, or NTSC television video signals (formerly type A5C, until 1982)
C7W 
ATSC digital television, commonly on VHF or UHF
G7W 
DVB-T, ISDB-T, or DTMB digital television, commonly on VHF or UHF


Two-way radio

A3E 
AM speech communication – used for aeronautical communications
F3E 
FM speech communication – often used for marine radio and many other VHF communications
20K0 F3E 
Wide FM, 20.0 kHz width, ±5 kHz deviation, still widely used for Ham Radio, NOAA weather radio, marine, and aviation users and land mobile users below 50 MHz [1]
11K2 F3E 
Narrow FM, 11.25 kHz bandwidth, ±2.5 kHz deviation – All Part 90 Land Mobile Radio Service (LMRS) users operating above 50 MHz were required to upgrade to narrowband equipment by 2013-01-01. [2] [3] [4]
6K00 F3E 
Even Narrower FM, future roadmap for Land Mobile Radio Service (LMRS), already required on 700 MHz public safety band
J3E 
SSB speech communication, used on HF bands by marine, aeronautical and amateur users
R3E 
SSB with reduced carrier (AME) speech communication, primarily used on HF bands by the military (a.k.a. compatible sideband)


Low-speed data
N0N 
Continuous, unmodulated carrier, formerly common for radio direction finding (RDF) in marine and aeronautical navigation.
A1A 
Signalling by keying the carrier directly, a.k.a. Continuous Wave (CW) or On-Off Keying (OOK), currently used in amateur radio. This is often but not necessarily Morse code.
A2A 
Signalling by transmitting a modulated tone with a carrier, so that it can easily be heard using an ordinary AM receiver. It was formerly widely used for station identification of non-directional beacons, usually but not exclusively Morse code (an example of a modulated continuous wave, as opposed to A1A, above).
F1B 
Frequency-shift keying (FSK) telegraphy, such as RTTY.[a]
F1C 
High frequency Radiofax
F2D 
Data transmission by frequency modulation of a radio frequency carrier with an audio frequency FSK subcarrier. Often called AFSK/FM.
J2B 
Phase-shift keying such as PSK31 (BPSK31)


There is some overlap in signal types, so a transmission might legitimately be described by two or more designators. In such cases, there is usually a preferred conventional designator.


Leave a message 

Name *
Email *
Phone
Address
Code See the verification code? Click refresh!
Message
 

Message List

Comments Loading...
Home| About Us| Products| News| FAQ| Download| Projects| Contact Us| Feedback
Web:www.fmuser.net Mob:+86 18613072427 Phone:+86 020-87597795,EXT:804
Skype: rita.cai87 Email: rita@fmuser.net
Address:Room1603,HuiLanGe,No.273 HuangPu Rd West,TianHe Dis.,GuangZhou,China,510620 粤ICP备15114298号
  Contact Us