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Frequency Allocations

Frequency allocation, also known as spectrum allocation, is the regional division of the radio portion of the electromagnetic spectrum into specific frequency bands. Frequency allocation is most commonly regulated by national governments, and each band may be designated for use by a certain type of communication or reserved for particular organizations. Use Wolfram|Alpha to explore information about frequency allocations across the spectrum and around the world.

Frequency Allocations

Get frequency allocations for a specific geographic region or wavelength or explore general information about radio bands.

Find allocations for a given frequency:

Specify a location:

Find allocations for a given wavelength:

Get data for a radio band:

Compare several radio bands:

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