allocation of a frequency band

allocation of a frequency band
dažnių juostos paskirstymas statusas T sritis automatika atitikmenys: angl. allocation of a frequency band vok. Frequenzbandverteilung, f rus. распределение полосы частот, n pranc. allocation des fréquences, f

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