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NATO K band
The NATO K band is defined as a frequency band between 20 and 40 GHz (7.5–15 mm).
IEEE K band
The IEEE K band is a portion of the electromagnetic spectrum in the microwave range of frequencies ranging between 18 and 27 GHz. K band between 18 and 26.5 GHz is absorbed easily by water vapor (H2O resonance peak at 22.24 GHz, 1.35 cm).
The IEEE K band is conventionally divided into three sub-bands:
Infrared astronomy K band
Infrared astronomers refer to the infrared region around 2.2 micrometres wavelength (136 THz) as K-band.
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