Frequency Allocations w/ David Vine

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I want to welcome a great radio friend, David Vine back to the podcast this week.

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What you need to know

David has a wealth of information when it comes to the radio hobby and has many presentations that he’s prepared for multiple radio groups.

David returns this week to share a presentation about how frequencies are distributed and organized here in the United States, and across the world.

Frequency Allocation is important, because it not only helps vendors create RF Hardware for certain end users.  For example, transmitters, radios, antennas, and back end and interoperable equipment.  

Allocation is also important so that adjacent countries can plan between each other and even satellite uplinks and downlinks can remain on spectrum that will not be interfered with.

Allocation is important when it comes to global communication with both aviation and marine traffic.

I love having David on the podcast, and I hope that he returns again soon to share another presentation.

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