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Notacon 10 – DC to Daylight: A whirlwind tour of the radio spectrum

Posted on Tuesday, April 23rd, 2013 in documentation, RF, Videos by the machinegeek


Ever wonder what’s going on in those portions of the spectrum outside the regular broadcast and public safety bands? This video from the just concluded Notacon 10 conference in Cleveland, OH, provides a summary of the radio spectrum assignments from the proverbial “DC to daylight”. This presentation by Stormgren concentrates on those radio frequency assignments in ITU Region 2, with special emphasis on assignments in the USA. He also discusses how to do spectrum recon in the FCC ID and the FCC licensee databases to find interesting info.

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