The 13 GHz ITU wireless band, as defined by the ITU Radio Regulations ITU-R F.497, is a frequency band that falls within the range of 12.75 to 13.25 GHz. This band is categorised under the super high frequency (SHF) range and is primarily used for satellite communication, point-to-point radio links and as a radar frequency band. The allocation of this band is governed by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), which ensures its use adheres to global standards and does not interfere with other frequency bands.