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Radio spectrum pollution

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Radio spectrum pollution is the straying of waves in the radio and electromagnetic spectrums outside their allocations that cause problems for some activities. It is a specialised form of light pollution, and of particular concern to radio astronomers.

See also

  • Frequency allocation

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