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It depends on where you live but here in the US, we have the good old NTIA and they produce this huge chart to show where people are allowed to be licensed to operate. http://www.ntia.doc.gov/files/ntia/publications/2003-allochrt.pdf - Not exactly suitable as a pin-up but you can stare at this thing all day, well, at least I can. I like how barry used all the terms from Wiki and put them in clickable form. Good show old chap!

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It depends on where you live but here in the US, we have the good old NTIA and they produce this huge chart to show where people are allowed to be licensed to operate. http://www.ntia.doc.gov/files/ntia/publications/2003-allochrt.pdf - Not exactly suitable as a pin-up but you can stare at this thing all day, well, at least I can. I like how barry used all the terms from Wiki and put them in clickable form. Good show old chap!

I try to keep things simple whenever possible, I work with Doctors quite a bit and have to explain things to them....

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I like the NTIA chart because it's so colorful and chocked full of data. I deal with broadcast engineers regularly so I present them with data so they can collate it on their own. "SCIENCE!" he said with great affirmation and conviction.

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