PLMRSPrivate Land Mobile Radio Service (FCC)
PLMRSPlatypus Light Modular Recovery System (military equipment)
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Radio and television frequency assignments have changed tremendously in the last few years, placing medical telemetry in direct conflict with higher powered, licensed users in the VHF television and private land mobile radio service (PLMRS) bands.
Traditionally, telemetry devices operated as secondary users on vacant television channels and certain frequencies within the PLMRS. They had to accept interference from primary users in the band, but could not in turn, produce any interference.
The Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) Wireless Telecommunications Bureau (WTB) is currently conducting an audit of the status of all of the Private Land Mobile Radio (PLMR), including public safety, stations licensed on frequencies below 512 MHz.