Can u intercept the signal from an amateur radio operator? If so how
Amateur radio operators in Ontario, and indeed throughout Canada, are authorized to use a wide range of frequencies for voice, data, and image transmissions. These frequencies are allocated within several different bands, including the high frequency (HF), very high frequency (VHF), and ultra high frequency (UHF) bands. The specific frequencies that amateur radio operators are allowed to use vary depending on the operator’s license class and the mode of operation.
To find out which frequencies are available for use by amateur radio operators in Ontario, you can refer to the Canadian Table of Frequency Allocations, which is published by Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED). This table lists all of the frequencies that are allocated for use in Canada, including those that are available for use by amateur radio operators.
As for finding out who owns and leases these frequencies, the allocation of frequencies is generally handled by the government or regulatory bodies such as ISED in Canada. Amateur radio operators are typically granted access to certain frequencies on a non-exclusive basis, which means that they do not own the frequencies but are allowed to use them as long as they comply with the rules and regulations set out by the relevant authorities.