UHF 450-512 mHz Narrowband Frequencies

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JASII

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I am just wondering if anybody here is seeing any FCC license grants for the new narrowband UHF frequencies? For example:

453.30625 - New 6.25 kHz Frequency

I am seeing a few of the 7.5 kHz VHF assignments, but I haven't ran across any "new" UHF channels yet.
 

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One is FCC Licensed
Two Unknown if FCC License exists
All are 6.25 Khz Bandwith

WQME774
O'Reilly Auto Parts
Gardnerville,NV
Base/Mobile 463.39375 mhz (Nextedge/Digital)
I.know employee who confirms in use.
Heard 2012

Unknown
Gardnerville,NV
Mobile 463.54375 mhz/114.8 ctcss
Construction flaggers.
Heard 2011

Unknown
Gardnerville,NV
Mobile 464.70625 mhz/067.0 ctcss
Truckers backing trailers.
Heard 2011
 

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Thank you very much for the reply. It looks like some are digital and some are still analog. The reason I ask is I am about due to create some files for my area and I like to list the frequencies in ascending order. To do that, it is help to have the correct steps. In the past, it would be in 12.5 kHz steps for UHF. But knowing that there are some actual 6.25 kHz assignments, I better start going in 6.25 kHz steps!
 
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