Low-band VHF is within the 50 MHz maximum frequency of the Red Pitaya. This makes low-band VHF convenient for testing and calibration of a radar, even for use as a prime frequency for vehicle detection.
Cordless phones under Part 15.233 have a subset of 20 kHz channels authorized for 10,000 μV/m at 3m ~ -15 dBm. These channels are in the frequency ranges
- 43.71-44.49 MHz
- 46.60-46.98 MHz
- 48.75-49.51 MHz
- 49.66-50.0 MHz
Because essentially no one uses low-band VHF cordless phones anymore (at least in North America), one might consider these cordless phone frequencies as a less congested place to run tests.
Related: Global license-free 25-60 MHz