Terrestrial frequencies

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As terrestrial frequencies is called frequency electromagnetic waves , which for terrestrial transmission of television - and radio programs of the broadcasting can be used.

The broadcast bands of the higher frequencies, which have only a limited spread, depend on the country.

In German-speaking Europe, the following are used:

For more information, see also frequency band and aerial television .


  1. ^ ITU: Recommendation ITU-R V.431-7: Nomenclature of the Frequency and Wavelength Bands Used in Telecommunications