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This article does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (December 2009) This article is about radio frequencies. For the band, see Broadcast (band). A Broadcast band is a segment of the radio spectrum used for broadcasting. Common name Frequencies Modulation Frequency range Notes "Longwave" 148.5 and 283.5 kHz Amplitude Modulation (AM) Low frequency (LF) Mostly used by Europe, North Africa and Asia. "AM radio" 535 to 1700 kHz Amplitude Modulation (AM) Medium Frequency (MF) Usually speech and news, where a lower bandwidth will suffice. Long range at night due to the ionosphere increasing in altitude. "Shortwave" 5.9 to 26.1 MHz Mostly AM and single-sideband (SSB) modes. High Frequency (HF) Very long range through "skipping". Standard time frequencies can be heard here. "VHF low" (TV) 54 to 88 MHz vestigial sideband modulation for analog video, and FM for analog audio; 8-VSB or OFDM for digital broadcast Very High Frequency (VHF) band I Channels 2 through 6 are from 54 to 88 MHz, except 72 to 76. "FM radio" 87.5 to 108 MHz, 76 to 90 in Japan Frequency Modulation (FM) VHF band II Usually music, due to the clarity and high bandwidth of FM. Relatively short range. "VHF high" (TV) 174 to 216 MHz vestigial sideband modulation for analog video, and FM for analog audio; 8-VSB or OFDM for digital broadcast VHF band III Channels 7 through 13 are from 174 to 216 MHz. UHF (TV) 470 to 806 MHz vestigial sideband modulation for analog video, and FM for analog audio; 8-VSB or OFDM for digital broadcast Ultra High Frequency (UHF) Channels 14 through 69 are from 470 to 806 MHz, except 608 to 614 (radio astronomy in place of channel 37). See also North American broadcast television frequencies Dead air Internet radio radio networks Music radio Old-time radio Radio astronomy Radio programming Types of radio emissions