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ISM

ISM stands for "Industrial, Scientific and Medical". It refers to several radio bands left "unlicensed" due to several issues.

The 2.4GHz ISM band is being made available "unlicensed" due to noise radiated from devices, the most common being microwave ovens. It's also becoming useful for technologies such as Wireless LANs, Bluetooth, cordless telephones, baby monitors, security monitoring, and several other applications using spread spectrum technology.

In Australia, The ACA have allocated the following ISM bands:


(Note: I must admit some of these frequencies aren't accurate. Check the ACA's website for more information)


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