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Spectrum use – Interference

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Radio frequencies are widely used by companies, ​​​​​state authorities, organizations and individual users for the provision of services or serving their own needs. In addition, they are used for the operation of wireless devices (e.g., cordless phones) and wireless networks (WiFi), as well as remote control systems (alarms, garage doors, etc.). Interference is any signal transmission that disrupts wireless communications or creates problems to the operation of wired networks and electronic/electrical equipment.


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