Definition of Radio-frequency spectrum

1. Noun. The entire spectrum of electromagnetic frequencies used for communications; includes frequencies used for radio and radar and television.

Exact synonyms: Radio Spectrum
Generic synonyms: Spectrum
Group relationships: Electromagnetic Spectrum
Terms within: Radio Emission, Radio Radiation, Radio Wave



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Radio-frequency Spectrum

radiectomy
radiesthesia
radiferous
radii
radii lentis
radio
radio-
radio-bright
radio-collared
radio-controlled
radio-controlled aircraft
radio-controlled car
radio-flagellata
radio-frequency
radio-frequency identification
radio-frequency spectrum (current term)
radio-gramophone
radio-luminous
radio-opacity
radio-opaque
radio-phonograph
radio-station
radio-tag
radio-tagged
radio-telephone
radio-telephones
radio aerial
radio alarm
radio alarm clock
radio announcer

Literary usage of Radio-frequency spectrum

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1. Review of the Space Communications Program of NASA's Space Operations by National Research Council (U.S.), United States (2007)
"NASA is also coordinating its utilization of the radio frequency spectrum in the lunar region with the international community of space-faring nations at ..."

2. U. S. Spectrum Management Policy: Agenda for the Future (1994)
"... efficiency and have advanced a number of proposals to incorporate market principles into management of some or all of the radio frequency spectrum. ..."

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