Advantages of 6.25 kHz – Channel Availability

August 24, 2023

 

This video from Icom highlights the advantages of 6.25 kHz channel availability. The video explains the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC’s) regulation of the use of the electromagnetic spectrum, transitioning from 25 kHz to 12.5 kHz to alleviate congestion. Icom, in collaboration with JVC Kenwood, introduced the next-generation digital narrowband (NXDN™) protocol that operates on 6.25 kHz, offering over a thousand additional channels.

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