What are the unlicensed frequency bands in UK?

Licence-exempt bands for wireless microphones and monitors.

  • VHF: Band: 173.7 – 175.1 MHz. Available frequencies: 173.800, 174.000, 174.200, 174.400, 174.600, 174.800, 175.000 MHz.
  • UHF: Band: 863.0 – 865.0 MHz. Available frequencies: From 863.100 MHz to 864.900 MHz. No.
  • WiFi: Band: 2400 – 2483.5MHz. No.

What frequencies can I use UK?

There are three ways in which you can legally use them:

  • Licence-exempt. The ranges 173.8 – 175 MHz and 863 – 865 MHz and 2400 – 2483.5 MHz can be used without a Licence subject to the requirements of The Wireless Telegraphy (Exemption) (Amendment) Regulations 2006.
  • UK wireless microphone licence.
  • Co-ordinated frequencies.

Who uses 300 MHz band?

They are used for television broadcasting, cell phones, satellite communication including GPS, personal radio services including Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, walkie-talkies, cordless phones, satellite phones, and numerous other applications. The IEEE defines the UHF radar band as frequencies between 300 MHz and 1 GHz.

Is 5GHz unlicensed?

So while the 5GHz spectrum is unlicensed, it is still regulated. There are 4 bands in the unlicensed spectrum that Wi-Fi can operate in.

Is GMRS legal in UK?

FRS / GMRS American Walkie Talkies FRS and GMRS are American official standards for consumer radios widely sold in shops in those countries. They have 14 – 22 channels, on frequencies at 462 and 467MHz. They will not communicate with European PMR446 radios and are NOT LEGAL to use in the UK or Europe.

Is 2.4 GHz license free band?

Indoor use of low power wireless equipments in the frequency band 2.4GHz to 2.4835GHz.

What is 315 MHz band used for?

315MHz is primarily used for remote key less entry (RKE) systems and garage door openers. As a result, this frequency is somewhat crowded, increasing the chances for interference. The FCC allowed power is lower than 418MHz or 433MHz and the selection and efficiency of antennas is limited.