High PowerThese are audio links or amplified wireless microphones with a power greater than 10mW (50mW body-worn) but not exceeding 1W.
470-790 MHz In-Band
High-power wireless microphones can be assigned in the UHF TV Broadcasting Band, 470-790 MHz, where they will not cause interference to the reception of television services. However, in Channel 36 (590-598 MHz) high-power use is not permitted and in Channel 38 (606-614 MHz), only the spot frequencies 606.700MHz and 607.000MHz are permitted.
The primary duty of JFMG when assigning "In-band" frequencies is to ensure that any operations do not cause interference to TV reception. Frequencies will therefore only be assigned where there is no apparent risk of interference.
To check which frequencies are potentially available please contact us. We will
need the address of the location concerned (preferably with full post-code or
reference) and the frequency ranges under consideration. Note that we cannot guarantee
any particular frequency is available until confirmed by an assignment.
Some channels in the 470 - 790 MHz range are currently being reviewed for other uses. Please see our Digital Dividend page for up to date information.
Doesn't match up?
If your kit isn't tuned to the frequencies suggested you may still be able use it.
Check Your Frequencies to see if we can license it at the power, bandwidth and location you require.
If you use our recommended channels licensing should be quicker and we are more likely to meet your requirements. You will also be able to book online.