On 33 cm and above, you can transmit just about anything you want. On 70 cm, the baud rate / bandwidth rule is certainly contradictory. You can only transmit data at less than or equal to 56 kilobauds and 100 kHz bandwidth, but you can have analog video that's 6 MHz wide. For digital television, we're right in the grey area. Is it data or video? The general consensus is that digital television is okay on 70 cm since it's video. But does that mean that I can send a 6 MHz wide signal that's 95% data and 5% video and still be legal?