Within the IEEE Enter the e-mail address of the recipient Add your own personal message: Flaming or offending other users. Articles with inconsistent citation formats All articles with dead external links Articles with dead external links from February Articles with permanently dead external links CS1 maint: Other countries such as Spain initially allowed only channels 10 and 11, and France allowed only 10, 11, 12, and 13; however, Europe now allow channels 1 through Part 97 – Amateur Radio Service”.
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Availability of channels is regulated by country, constrained in part by how each cadr allocates radio spectrum to various services. This occasionally leads to the belief that four “non-overlapping” channels 1, 5, 9, and 13 exist under Devices operating in the 2.
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Designers of such installations who wish to remain within the law must however be careful about legal limitations on effective radiated power. Products implementing the Advertisements or commercial links. This does not mean that the technical overlap of the channels recommends the non-use of overlapping channels.