[Harp-L] wireless frequencies changed, FCC, and T-Mobile

Greg Heumann greg@xxxxx
Sat Jan 13 17:56:46 EST 2018

Hi, Robert

I know nothing except reading what you read on the link below. No matter what it takes time for the carriers to develop all the systems they need to operate in a new frequency range - they have to get cell towers up all over the place AND get phones on those frequencies into the hands of customers. 

My advice: Use it until it becomes a problem. You may get many YEARS depending on where you are. 



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> On Jan 13, 2018, at 2:10 PM, Robert Hale <robert at xxxxx> wrote:
> I have inquired on the list previously, but this article prompted my interest again.
> http://www.behindthemixer.com/wireless-microphones-fcc-600-mhz/ <http://www.behindthemixer.com/wireless-microphones-fcc-600-mhz/>
> I play out often with harmonica and Audix Fireball-V with wireless transmitter on N5 645.5 MHZ to Samsung receiver.
> Stories say mic users may be jammed with new wireless frequencies from cell phone towers.
> I'm not excited about a replacement investment, but also don't want to be shut down in mid-performance.
> What do we know, and what are wireless performers doing ahead of this change? 
> Talk to me, Techies.
> Robert Hale
> Serious Honkage in Arizona
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