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Greetings all from the new kid (kid, yeah right) on the block.
MLR – I don’t think that high power in other countries is a concern here. As I understand it, the 22 meter band (well, it’s a narrow band) is allocated worldwide for ISM (industrial, scientific, and medical) use. In fact, that’s why the FCC increased the field strength limit to 15,848 uV/m so we would be consistent with other countries.
This band is especially intended for RFID tag use. From what I know, any interference problems aren’t going to come from across the border or across the pond, but from seaports, distribution centers, etc. To a lesser extent, you could get hash from diathermy machines and the like.
If I’m wrong, hey, let me know.