Wireless Communications Service

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Wireless Communications Service (WCS) is a set of frequency bands designated in the United States and Canada in the 2305–2320 and 2345–2360 MHz spectrum range. The most common use of WCS spectrum is mobile voice and data services, including cell phone, text messaging, and Internet.[1]

There are four blocks in WCS:[1]

  • A Block (2305–2310 and 2350–2355 MHz)
  • B Block (2310–2315 and 2355–2360 MHz)
  • C Block (2315–2320 MHz)
  • D Block (2345–2350 MHz)


  1. ^ a b "Wireless Communications Service (WCS)". Federal Communications Commission. 2017-03-08. Retrieved 2018-04-08. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)