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ECA10 in the Radio Frequency Table Allocation of Ireland.

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The range 225-399.9 MHz is essential to NATO and is in military use for land mobile, mobile-satellite, Air/Ground/Air and specific maritime and terrestrial communications, including ITU Region 2. This NATO UHF band 225-400 MHz is the only harmonised and commonly available resource managed by NATO on a daily basis in and for NATO nations. It is recognised that 380-385 MHz and 390-395 MHz are currently shared with narrowband Public Protection and Disaster Relief (PPDR) applications.