PMR or PMR446 Frequency List

The Private Mobile Radio (PMR) service is commonly used in Europe and other regions for personal, business, and recreational communication. Here’s a list of the standard PMR446 frequencies, which are commonly used in Europe and comply with European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) regulations:

PMR446 Frequencies

These frequencies are for use with handheld radios and typically provide a range of up to several kilometers.

  1. 446.00625 MHz
  2. 446.01875 MHz
  3. 446.03125 MHz
  4. 446.04375 MHz
  5. 446.05625 MHz
  6. 446.06875 MHz
  7. 446.08125 MHz
  8. 446.09375 MHz

Additional Digital PMR446 Frequencies

These frequencies are for use with digital radios and provide enhanced features such as digital audio quality and secure communications.

  1. 446.103125 MHz
  2. 446.109375 MHz
  3. 446.115625 MHz
  4. 446.121875 MHz
  5. 446.128125 MHz
  6. 446.134375 MHz
  7. 446.140625 MHz
  8. 446.146875 MHz
  9. 446.153125 MHz
  10. 446.159375 MHz
  11. 446.165625 MHz
  12. 446.171875 MHz
  13. 446.178125 MHz
  14. 446.184375 MHz
  15. 446.190625 MHz
  16. 446.196875 MHz

PMR446 Channel Assignments

These are the typical channel numbers associated with the frequencies listed above.

  • Channel 1: 446.00625 MHz
  • Channel 2: 446.01875 MHz
  • Channel 3: 446.03125 MHz
  • Channel 4: 446.04375 MHz
  • Channel 5: 446.05625 MHz
  • Channel 6: 446.06875 MHz
  • Channel 7: 446.08125 MHz
  • Channel 8: 446.09375 MHz
  • Channel 9: 446.103125 MHz
  • Channel 10: 446.109375 MHz
  • Channel 11: 446.115625 MHz
  • Channel 12: 446.121875 MHz
  • Channel 13: 446.128125 MHz
  • Channel 14: 446.134375 MHz
  • Channel 15: 446.140625 MHz
  • Channel 16: 446.146875 MHz

Key Points:

  • PMR446 is unlicensed in Europe, allowing free use for personal and business communications.
  • The frequencies are in the UHF band, providing good range and reliability.
  • Different regions might have variations or additional channels based on local regulations.

For any detailed applications or specific regional requirements, always refer to the local communication authority’s guidelines.