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David Evans

At Connevans whilst we would like to sell you a radio microphone system, we would  much rather sell you the right system for your use. So if you are not totally sure which system is right for you please contact us by phone or email askaquestion@connevans.com 

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David Evans, Managing Director  

Licencing

Details about radio microphone licencing requirements in the UK can be found on the Ofcom website.

As a general note, it is not the equipment used that decides if a licence is required it is the frequency that you are using that determines if a licence is requred.

Wireless Microphones and In-Ear Monitors in the UK are generally available at VHF (170 - 210 MHz) and UHF (470 - 790 MHz).

There are three ways you can legally use them:

Licence Exempt

The ranges 173.8 - 175 MHz and 863 - 865 MHz and 2400 - 2483.5 MHz can be used without a Licence subject to the requirements of The Wireless Telegraphy (Excemption) (Amendment) Regulations 2006. These ranges are also used by other low power equipment so can be subject to interference.

UK Wireless Microphone Licence

UHF shared frequencies can be used anywhere in the UK once licenced. The Licence can also cover anyone hiring from the licencee. Frequencies on this Licence are provided on a non protected basis as they could be shared with other users in the local area. PMSE do not coordinate the use of these frequencies.

Coordinated frequencies

Coordinated frequencies are licensed at a specific site for short or long term. They provide the best protection against interference from other licensees and are planned to avoid interference from television transmissions.

Details and application form for radio microphone licencing in the UK can be found on the Ofcom website.

See also Programme Making and Special Events (Including Radio Microphones) on the Ofcom website.

 

Trantec radio microphone systems
Trantec radio microphone systems
a wide range of Trantec radio microphones from pro-audio to school or village hall systems
IMG Stage Line Radio Microphones 506-542MHz
IMG Stage Line Radio Microphones 506-542MHz
Licence required for use across Europe - transmitting power up to 50 mW
IMG Stage Line Radio Microphones 672-697 MHz
IMG Stage Line Radio Microphones 672-697 MHz
Licence required for use across Europe - transmitting power up to 50 mW
IMG Stage Line Radio Microphones 740-776 MHz
IMG Stage Line Radio Microphones 740-776 MHz
Licence required for use across Europe - transmitting power up to 50 mW
IMG Stage Line Radio Microphones 823-832 MHz
IMG Stage Line Radio Microphones 823-832 MHz
Licence free use in the EU - transmitting power not to exceed 50 mW
IMG Stage Line Radio Microphones 863-865 MHz
IMG Stage Line Radio Microphones 863-865 MHz
Licence free use in the EU - transmitting power not to exceed 10 mW
IMG Stage Line Radio Microphones 1,785-1,805 MHz
IMG Stage Line Radio Microphones 1,785-1,805 MHz
Licence free use in the EU - transmitting power not to exceed 50 mW
IMG Stage Line Radio Microphones 2,404-2,476 MHz
IMG Stage Line Radio Microphones 2,404-2,476 MHz
Licence free use in the EU - transmitting power not to exceed 10 mW

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