United Kingdom Frequency Allocation Table
UNITED KINGDOM FREQUENCY ALLOCATION TABLE 2002 Issue No. 12
Including The International Telecommunication Union Table of Frequency Allocations contained in the current Radio Regulations
Issued by the National Frequency Planning Group on behalf of the Cabinet Official Committee on UK Spectrum Strategy
The UK Frequency Allocation Table, until recently a classified document, covers the whole radio spectrum from 9 kHz to 275 GHz. It identifies the responsibility for management of those frequency bands or services where management has been agreed, showing whether they are managed by the Radiocommunications Agency, the Ministry of Defence, or another Government department.
Its publication, in December 2002,
fulfils Recommendation 10.1 of the independent Review of Radio Spectrum Management.
The UKFAT will contribute to greater transparency about the use of the radio
spectrum and help to identify further opportunities for sharing between civil
and military users.
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