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Old 05-19-2014, 06:25 PM   #28
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Originally Posted by Toolbox View Post
We have the G3s here and there was just no finding any available frequencies - everything had noise on it. The funny thing is on a few occasions the railroad and subway operates radio comm on the A band and if we are in a place that is close enough to them we will pick up comm if they transmit as the train goes by.
In a company news release, Sennheiser notes that it has launched a website to keep customers informed on recent developments concerning the future of wireless microphones and the UHF spectrum. The website—http://sennheiser.com/spectrum—also contains a sample support letter that wireless microphone owners can download and use to express their own views to the FCC concerning equipment replacement costs they will incur as a result of spectrum reallocation.
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