Why is FM radio frequency only from 88 to 108?
Why not below 88 or above 108?
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- B RLv 41 decade agoFavorite Answer
All of our radio frequencies are regulated and outlined by the Federal Communications Commission. 88.0 - 107.9 MHz is what is assigned to commercial FM radio. Above this 108.0 - 115.975 MHz is radio navigation for civil and military aircraft, and above that 116.0 - 151.975 MHz is radio communication for air traffic.
- 1 decade ago
FM starts from 70 but between 70-88, few stations will used or permits not granted for use.Source(s): I own a radio with frequency from 70 onwards.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Because that is the frequency band that is agreed on by the nations of the world and has been at every meeding of the ARC since the 1930's.
- MlsigLv 51 decade ago
It depends on where you live. Were I live, which is on Maryland near DC, it doesn't go lower than 900 and higher than 1200.