Olle Sjostrom

The Ultimate Wireless Frequency List

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Hey All,

Olle Sjostrom very kindly let me use this data sheet on the free soundrolling app, if you have any further entries feel free to also get in touch with me whether they are local or whole countries frequencies. Then you can search on a google map for them.

Search "Soundrolling" in the android / apple ios stores today.

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It's a great thing that we can have an app instead of a stupid excel sheet, even though it's been pretty helpful up until now i guess. Thank you Matt!

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currently working to release on Ipad :mellow: currently only on iphone, android and windows phones.

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Does anyone know what radio mic frequencies are usable in Tahiti?

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In Tahiti there are only two VDBT transmitters : 630-638 MHz and 646 - 652 MHz. So don't worry !

 

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On 2/11/2016 at 9:36 AM, ramallo said:

Spain (Probably all EU) 

RF Spain.001.jpeg

good document, thanks for sharing suso.

 

as long as I know...

the frecuencies with the red background belongs to TDT and 4G.

all the rest are still in use.

the frecuencies inside the red rectangle will be assigned to TDT, 4G, 5G... , probably in 2020

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3 hours ago, Sprotnik said:

good document, thanks for sharing suso.

 

as long as I know...

the frecuencies with the red background belongs to TDT and 4G.

all the rest are still in use.

the frecuencies inside the red rectangle will be assigned to TDT, 4G, 5G... , probably in 2020

In red was assigned to 4G (No TDT), forbidden for us, the only exception are the 2MHz from 863MHz to 865MHz that are exclusive for radio microphones, IEM (Maybe good for Zaxcom ZHD)

With red border are close to a new auction in UE (probably in 2020).

The rest are shared in Spain for TDT and radio microphones, etc.

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does anybody have info on legal frequencies in Portugal? I couldn't find any info in the excel sheet nor here on the site.

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