Radio Microphone Frequency Chart

Radio Microphone Frequency Chart

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VHF Deregulated Frequencies.
Anyone can use these frequencies for MPT1345/1311 type approved equipment.

VHF Fixed Site Frequencies.
MPT1350 type approved equipment may only be used at the licensed site.

VHF Shared Frequencies.
MPT1350 type approved equipment may be licensed for use anywhere in the UK.

Still available for use
Free of charge

£168 for a block of thirteen frequencies
or £28 each per year or £8.50 each for 48 hrs

£85 for a block of sixteen frequencies per year

173.800 MHz
174.100 MHz
174.500 MHz
174.800 MHz *
175.000 MHz

* OK on it’s own but may interfere with other units.

176.400 MHz
177.000 MHz

192.100 MHz
192.300 MHz
192.600 MHz

200.100 MHz
200.800 MHz
201.700 MHz
207.700 MHz
207.900 MHz
208.100 MHz
209.400 MHz
210.000 MHz

  175.250 MHz *
175.525 MHz
176.600 MHz *

191.900 MHz
192.800 MHz
193.000 MHz
199.700 MHz
200.300 MHz
200.600 MHz
208.300 MHz
208.600 MHz
209.000 MHz
209.200 MHz
209.600 MHz
209.800 MHz

 

UHF TV Channel

38

39

40

69

70

Frequency MHz

606.500 – 613.500

614.500 – 621.500

622.500 – 629.500

854.900 – 861.750

863.100 – 864.900

European manufacturers’ UHF frequency range options:

Range A = 516 – 558 MHz (includes frequencies in TV channels 26 to 31)

Range G = 566 – 608 MHz (includes frequencies in TV channels 33 to 37 and a bit of 38)

Range B = 626 – 668 MHz (includes frequencies in TV channels 40 to 45)

Range C = 734 – 776 MHz (includes frequencies in TV channels 54 to 59)

Range D = 780 – 822 MHz (includes frequencies in TV channels 59 to 64)

Range E = 823 – 865 MHz (includes frequencies in TV channels 65 to 70)

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UHF Deregulated Frequencies Ch70.
Anyone can use these frequencies for EN300 220 type approved equipment.

UHF Shared Frequencies Ch38.
MPT1350 type approved equipment may be licensed for use in certain locations in the UK from 2010. Check availability by postcode.

Still available for use now and after 2012
Free of charge

£85 for the whole block shown below per year
or £155 for two years

Block band
863.100 MHz
to
864.900 MHz

Typically:
863.100 MHz
863.700 MHz
864.100 MHz
864.900 MHz

Block band
606.500 MHz
to
613.500 MHz

Licences can also be obtained for fixed site use only on channels 21-30 and 41-60. Check local availability at: www.jfmg.co.uk/
Audio-Technica range availability.     Sennheiser free frequency planning software.

TV channel / frequency chart (2011)

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

470-478

478-486

486-494

494-502

502-510

510-518

518-526

526-534

534-542

542-550

 

31

32

33

34

35

36

37

38

39

40

550-558

558-566

566-574

574-582

582-590

590-598

598-606

606-614

614-622

622-630

 

41

42

43

44

45

46

47

48

49

50

630-638

638-646

646-654

654-662

662-670

670-678

678-686

686-694

694-702

702-710

 

51

52

53

54

55

56

57

58

59

60

710-718

718-726

726-734

734-742

742-750

750-758

758-766

766-774

774-782

782-790

 

61

62

63

64

65

66

67

68

69

70

790-798

798-806

806-814

814-822

822-830

830-838

838-846

846-854

854-861

863-865

 

Cleared spectrum – auctioned in 2009 but cleared of PMSE to DSO timetable To be cleared of PMSE and airport radar use and auctioned in 2009
Cleared spectrum – auctioned in 2009 but access to PMSE extended for those regions who switch prior to 2009 Used for PMSE and radio astronomy – no change
Assigned to Digital TV but interleaved awarded to a PMSE licence, guaranteed until at least 2018. www.digitaluk.co.uk To be cleared of PMSE use and auctioned where not being used for Digital TV in 2009
Being phased out for PMSE – will be completely cleared and re-assigned by 2012 De-regulated free access for wireless microphones, IEMs – no change

 

 

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