On 75/80m, they "recommend" that AM be limited to 3875-3900, and 3600-3625 (shared with ACDS no less). Totally detached from reality. I have never heard any AM in 3600-3625, but plenty of operation on other "down below" frequencies, particularly in the vicinity of 3700. And still obsessed with "bandwidth" even though activity has dwindled in recent years to the point that band congestion is rarely an issue. But in reality, a non-issue. These restrictions are merely suggestions that carry no force of law, except that Canada does have a 6 kHz bandwidth limit for AM written in its regulations, but I have never heard of a Canadian ham receiving a citation for exceeding it, nor any Canadian AMer ever mention modifying his AM transmitter to bring it into compliance. Kinda like US amateurs and pee-ee-pee?