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LowFER = Low Frequency Experimental Radio Service is a license free form of amateur radio practicised in USA and Canada on frequencies between 160 kHz and 190 kHz. LowFER-transmitters may not use antennas longer than 20 metres and powers more than 1 Watt. As transmission modes telegraphy modes are most common, but speech transmission via Amplitude modulation (AM) or Single-sideband modulation (SSB) is also allowed. In Europe the LowFERs band is used for broadcasting and there are no LowFERs.
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