Want one of those nifty radio spectrum posters to hang on your wall, to impress visitors and show that you’re on top of the spectrum situation?
You can order the current edition of the “United States Frequency Allocations: The Radio Spectrum Chart” now from the U.S. Government Printing Office. It costs 12 bucks including shipping.
The poster “shows through color codes the parts of the radio spectrum that are allocated to each type of radio service. Service areas include radio and television broadcasting, radio navigation, mobile, amateur, satellite and others. Also indicates which parts of the spectrum are for use exclusively by the government, which parts are for use exclusively by the private sector and amateurs, and which parts are shared by the government and others.”
Or access it for free in PDF form: