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Correction: NTIA/ITS Measurements 225-400 MHz

On several occasions since 2010 this blog has criticized NTIA for not publishing measurements of the Federal band at 225-400 MHz. We were recently informed that this is no longer correct and was not completely correct in the past either.

For example here are several recent NTIA occupancy measurement reports that include 225-400 MHz data:

In addition, while many previous NTIA/ITS reports did not include 225-400 MHz, these 2 did:

  • NTIA Technical Report TR-95-321: Broadband spectrum survey at Denver, Colorado - Data taken in September and October of 1993 and published in September 1995

  • NTIA Technical Report TR-97-334: Broadband spectrum survey at San Diego, California - Data taken in September and October of 1993 and published in December 1996.

We apologize to NTIA and our readers for presenting information that was not correct and not noticing the change in late 2013 in this area. We are correcting all the past posts that discuss this issue to include a link to this correction.
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