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Posted 23 December 2015 - 09:04 PM

View Postobbm, on 31 October 2015 - 01:26 PM, said:

I've just been asked to make a cable for a Takstar WGV-601 wireless system ( http://www.amazon.co...M/dp/B006AZDN3A) which seems to be sold by Amazon for about £50, and on Ebay from the Far East.

The spec says that it operates in the 220MHz-270MHz band. Surely this is not legal in the UK?

Hi Dave,
Sorry to be late to the party but you're right - That kit isn't freely usable legally but there seems to be a window of 224.00625 - 224.49375 MHz that could be licensed from OFCOM on a non-interference basis.
The frequency range of that kit clashes with the stuff below (quoted from OFCOM's website):
217.5-230.0 MHz
BROADCASTING


Band allocated to T-DAB.
The band 225-230 MHz agreed for civil use in the NATO band of 225-400 MHz.
PMSE occupies 224.00625-224.49375 MHz on an NIB (non-interference basis) basis.



230.0-328.6 MHz
FIXED
MOBILE
Radiolocation
Radio Astronomy
Mobile Satellite
S5.111, S5.199, S5.254, S5.255, S5.256


Government
Radio Astronomy uses the band 232.0-236.0 MHz at Darnhall, Defford, Jodrell Bank, Knockin, Pickmere, and Wardle. The band 326.5-328.5 MHz is used at Jodrell Bank.
EPIRBs operate on 243.0 MHz.
Mobile Satellite Services operate in the band 312.0-315.0 MHz on a secondary basis.

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