Are the "band" start and stop frequencies well defined or are they more fuzzy?
At 08:29 AM 9/1/98 -0700, you wrote:
>On Mon, 31 Aug 1998 21:42:16 Matthew G Cheung wrote:
>>>Actually, the frequency used in Contact was 4.45 Ghz, or hydrogen times
>>That's what it was in the movie, but in the book it was on many
>>frequencies, 1420 Mhz, 1660 Mhz, and 9.2 Ghz. The is around or on the
>1420 and 1660 are in L-band. 9.2 GHz is certainly X-band (which extends
from 8 to 12 GHz).
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