Help on frequency distribution query |
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- select
**"Non-planned services"**or**"Planned services/SOF"**from the radio buttons - select
**"GSO"**(Geostationary) or**"Non-GSO"**(Non-Geostationary), in case of Non-planned services, from the radio buttons

- enter a value for "Longitude (from)" i.e.: the lower limit of the longitude range
- enter a value for "Longitude (to)" i.e.: the upper limit of the longitude range
- enter a value for number of intervals for longitude i.e.: divide the band starting at lower limit of the range upto the upper limit of the range

- enter a value for "Frequency (from) MHz" i.e.: the lower limit of the frequency range
- enter a value for "Frequency (to) MHz" i.e.: the upper limit of the frequency range
- enter a value for number of intervals for frequency i.e.: divide the band starting at lower limit of the range upto the upper limit of the range
- and click on
**Select**button. - To restart your query click on
**Cancel**button.

- The values entered for the lower limit and the upper limit of the range are validated therefore
- Make sure to enter numeric data.
- Longitude (from) < Longitude (to).
- Frequency (from) < Frequency (to).

- For performance reasons please specify slots of the range where Frequency (to) - Frequency (from) does not exceed 500Mhz to 1GHz.

You may click on the highlighted number of assigned frequencies to have the list of satellites using the frequencies. From the satellite list you may select a particular satellite to navigate further.

Revised: |

International Telecommunication Union, 1996- |