AV and Multimedia Related Thread, Wireless Mic licenses in Technical; The JMFG have a list of what is and isn't acceptable, they state it by frequency and give you a ...
23rd September 2009, 03:02 PM #16
The JMFG have a list of what is and isn't acceptable, they state it by frequency and give you a maximum output power for that frequency range. i'll add a link. i no it exists as i have a hard copy in a folder that i gig with as i'm often given radio gear where the venue does not have the correct lisencing.
23rd September 2009, 03:02 PM #17
JFMG are the people to ask. But if you're dithering, buy a license - then the church hall down the road won't suddenly broadcast their bingo numbers into your assembly. Be aware that in 2012 the channel 69 frequencies are being re-allocated, too, so your kit will probably become useless.
23rd September 2009, 03:03 PM #18
You don't, but I believe you will find that your service provider has a license that covers the use of transmitting equipment by their customers.
Originally Posted by Batman
Its always surprised me as a radio ham that I could be prosecuted if I use foul language on the wireless, however the number of kids and adults you hear swearing at their mates on mobile phones (wireless transmitters) and nobody seems to bat an eyelid.... Sorry folks, i'm heading off topic.
23rd September 2009, 03:05 PM #19
the trantect 4.4 are currently lisence free in the uk and will be until 2012. at around £100 there not bad.
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