lpfm - creating the low power FM map

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creating the map of low power FM opportunities. Low Power FM opportunities exist in places where FM channel locations are not excluded. Channel exclusions happen in places where channels are protected by rules mostly to protect interference. See the FCC web site for a full set of LPFM rules. Low Power FM (LPFM) is an opportunity for local users to start their own broadcasting stations on unused frequencies in their area. Currently the rules around LPFM are difficult to visualize.

https://github.com/FCC/lpfm

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