The NTIA US
Frequency Allocation Chart is available on-line as a PDF, and
by mail as a poster (which can be ordered on-line, for only a few dollars).
I didn't want to wait for the poster, so I took the PDF, and broke it into tiles which I could print, trim, and tape together. This assembly is a hassle, and the result isn't as nice as the poster, but it saves a couple of days.
The original PDF (105 KB) (local copy) came from NTIA - US Frequency Allocation Chart, and is apparently the GPO's "1996 Spectrum Wall Chart" ((stock #: 003-000-00652-2),$6.00, non-US $7.50).
My printable tiled version (PDF 1.2, 8 MB) is 18 pages (a 3 by 6 grid).
Here is the Postscript (42 MB) from which the PDF was derived: allochrt_tiled.ps.gz (7 MB).
posterman page by Jos van Eijndhoven...
Our preferred method for the assembly of a poster from multiple sheets is as follows:
poster, and finally converting back into PDF 1.2 with ps2pdf.
Wish there was a "poster" homepage.
Split the ps (and the pdf?) into smaller, more manageable files.
Find a ps tile maker which doesn't just replicate the code.
Hand abstract the existing?