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What frequencies can be used by wireless mics?

What frequencies can be used by wireless mics?

Unlicensed wireless microphone use is permitted on the 902-928 MHz band, the 1920-1930 MHz, and on portions of the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands under specified power levels and rules for operation for each of those bands.

Is GMRS legal in UK?

FRS / GMRS American Walkie Talkies FRS and GMRS are American official standards for consumer radios widely sold in shops in those countries. They have 14 – 22 channels, on frequencies at 462 and 467MHz. They will not communicate with European PMR446 radios and are NOT LEGAL to use in the UK or Europe.

What are the PMR 446 frequency bands in the UK?

What are the PMR 446 frequency bands? Until January 2018 there were just eight frequencies for licence-free radios in the UK, ranging from 446.00625MHz to 446.09375MHz. After that, the frequency spectrum was expanded in line with Harmonised European Standards to create greater capacity across Europe.

How are frequencies allocated in the United Kingdom?

The United Kingdom Frequency Allocation Table (UKFAT) details the uses (referred to as ‘allocations’) to which various frequency bands are put to the UK. It also shows the internationally agreed spectrum allocations of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU). Documents. Frequency sharing arrangements between civil and military services.

What does PMR stand for in mobile radio?

PMR stands for Personal Mobile Radio 446 refers to the UHF frequency range 446MHz on which licence-free radios are permitted to operate. In the USA and Canada the closest equivalent to PMR446 is FRS or GMRS

What are the channel spacings for Digital PMR446?

Changes to digital PMR446 Frequency Bands in 2018 Analogue (12.5 kHz Channel Spacing) Digital dPMR446 (6.25kHz Channel Spacing CH1 446.00625MHz CH1 446.003125MHz CH2 446.01875MHz CH2 446.009375MHz CH3 446.03125MHz CH3 446.015625MHz CH4 446.04375MHz CH4 446.021875MHz