It would be good to learn in the United States who is making frequent use of 420-430 MHz. This poll runs through the end of 2018. A new one will start in 2019. 70cm amateur spectrum covers much of the United States with a few exceptions. We are fortunate to have 420-450 MHz whereas in other parts of the world they only have 430-440 or 430-450 MHz. The United States 10 MHz wide allocation from 420-430Mhz is only supposed to be used below Line A (FCC Details here), so what is everyone using it for on a frequent basis? According to the ARRL 70cm suggested band plan below, ATV and weak signal take up 13 MHz in total, which is a lot of spectrum for few users, so this is why I want to start a poll. As it stands, there are already many unlicensed devices raising the noise floor in the 432-434 range that go unnoticed. And, some parts of the country are not even able to use 70cm due to military operation interference. Can parts of this band be allocated for use with the growing population of hot spot devices or other more modern use cases? Can the US possibly decide to authorize different use of part of the 70cm band? Lets find out! Current ARRL Suggested Band Plan I hope as many people as possible can take this brief poll and/or share comments below as the results could be used for the ARRL, AMSAT, regional coordination bodies and others.