Standard radio devices used for making Radio Controlled Improvised Explosive Devices, their frequencies and probability of employment

Probability of employment
  • Very high
  • High
  • Medium
  • Low
  • Very low
Frequencies, МГц Application
20; 25–50 “Walky-Talky” radio sets of citizen bands, wireless toys, car alarms, cordless phones
50–88 Radio controls, radio microphones, “Walky-Talky” radio sets, radio sets of citizen bands
88–135 Special communication links
135–175 “Walky-Talky” radio sets, radio sets of citizen bands
175–300 Land mobile communication, radio sets of citizen bands
300–400 “Walky-Talky" radio sets, TETRA
400–530 Cellular phones standards NMT, CDMA 450, UHF 400, “Walky-Talky" radio sets, car alarms, radio sets of citizen bands
530–800 Wireless devices
800–851 “Walky-Talky" radio sets, TETRA
851–894; 925 Cellular phones standards CDMA/ TDMA, CDMA2000 (3G), “Walky-Talky" radio sets
925–960 Cellular phones GSM900, cordless phones
960–1805 Wireless devices, radio sets of citizen bands, satellite communication links: Thuraya, Iridium, Odyssey, GlobalStar, Inmarsat
1805–1990 Cellular phones HGSM1800/DCS, cellular phones GSM1900/PCS (+PHS)
1990–2110 Wireless devices
2110–2170 Cellular phones CDMA/WDMA (3G)
2170–2300 Wireless devices
2300–2500; 2700 WiFi IEEE 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth, WLAN, WIMAX and MMDS, LTE
2700–3400 Wireless devices
3400–3800 WiFi IEEE 802.11 y, 802.16 and WIMAX
3800–5170 Wireless devices
5170–5900; 6000 WiFi IEEE 802.11 a/h/j/n