Good news for professional users of wireless production equipment: Today the Federal Network Agency has generally allocated frequencies in the range between 470 MHz and 694 MHz for the professional use of wireless microphones. This means that in future the previously required applications as well as the allocation fees and frequency usage contributions will no longer be required. This means less effort for all parties involved and also financial relief for the cultural industry.
The general allocation is limited until 31 December 2030. According to Sennheiser, the industry assumes that the entire frequency band between 470 and 694 MHz can be used jointly with broadcasting at least until then, as it has been until now.
Since for some years now, mobile communications have been the preferred option for frequency allocations by politicians (keyword: digital dividend), the frequency spectrum available for the use of wireless means of production has become increasingly scarce and in some cases more susceptible to interference. The "cultural frequencies" 470-694 MHz make up one of the few radio niches that can still be used -- so now there is no need to register.
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