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Amateur radio frequency allocations
Graphical Frequency Allocations
I find it interesting that the ARRL also noted the following on their download page :. He eventually pulled the plug. No doubt, this was why the ARRL posted a special note. And there have been experimental licenses issued in the US, if not elsewhere, that have allowed hams to use the bands. Then there is the KHz slice of spectrum, allocated in the US and maybe elsewhere as a license free experimental band. I remember reading about it in the seventies, memory says it was more intended for showing off radio principles, but nothing prevented it from being used for communication, other than power and antenna limits. But at some point in in the seventies people, mostly hams, got serious, not just better antennas and receivers, but slowly methods for weak signal reception.
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