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Definition/Scope: Frequencies that are restricted from use or jamming by friendly forces. Some examples of these frequencies include: Defense communications system radar frequencies used for friendly early warning air defense; internationally controlled or treaty-governed frequencies, such as broadcast emergency frequencies and commercial air and shipping traffic control frequencies.



Broader Terms:

radio frequency


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