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Re: Wireless Intermodulation
      25/07/11 04:48 PM
Quote John Willett:



Talk to JFMG as you will need to buy a licence.

If your US version cannot tune to European Ch.38 then you will have to purchase licenses on a daily basis (or weekly, or annually) for the specific site. If you are moving around and it will not tine to the 606-614MHz band, then it will be cheaper to buy a new UK legal system as the daily/weekly licenses will quickly cost you more than buying a new system.

As for IM-free frequency sets, talk to Sure UK as they will have all the recommended sets for your system.




Hi John,

My post seems have been a little miss leading. I have no US equipment, it was more a question regarding the IAS (Intermodulation Analysis System) software from the US and its application in the UK as the software utilise the FCC database, where as currently there isn't a UK database that integrates with the IAS software, to help avoid TV broadcasts.

I'm already a JFMG licensee holder, and all my clients have also, as well as partaking in the co-ordinated licences for major events as well as having specific license where required.

My interest in the IAS/SWB5 software is I regularly have to co-ordinate a multitude of frequencies with various equipment and making them play together. Last show was 8 shure ULX, 6 senny's g2, 3 old senn guitar systems and a couple of ch70 stuff for the supports.

With current RF climate and the geographical availability of ch38 (+39&40) the scanner/tv database was the plan to make my life that little stress free.
Wigwam have one for hire, so think I'll get one for a play.

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