- high-frequency (HF) bands
- Any frequency above the audible range -- band P: 225 MHz-300 MHz; band J: 350 MHz-530 MHz; band L: 390 MHz-1550 MHz; band S: 1.55 GHz-5.20 GHz; band C: 3.90 GHz-6.20 GHz; band X: 5.20 GHz-10.90 GHz; band K: 10.90 GHz-36.00 GHz; band K: 15.35 GHz-17.25 GHz; band Q: 36 GHz-46 GHz; band V: 46 GHz-56 GHz; band W: 56 GHz-100 GHz.
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