Channel spacing

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Channel spacing is a term used in radio frequency planning. It describes the frequency difference between adjacent allocations in a frequency plan. Channels for mediumwave radio stations, for example are allocated in internationally agreed steps of 9 or 10 kHz: 10 kHz in ITU Region 2 (the Americas) and 9 kHz elsewhere in the world.[1]