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Frequency allotment plan for broadcasting services bands : second exposure draft, December 1993
Bib ID 1628461
Format BookBook
Description [Belconnen, A.C.T.] : Australian Broadcasting Authority, 1993 
144 p. ; 30 cm. 
Notes

Title on microfiche: 2nd exposure draft FAP submissions.

Subjects Radio frequency allocation -- Australia.  |  Television frequency allocation -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Australian Broadcasting Authority
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2nd exposure draft FAP submissions

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