• Overview UHF Situation 2016

    Please download here the overview of the Belgian UHF situation now (2016). RF overview 16 If you can’t see a file, please login or subscribe.   Source: Glenn Willems

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  • PMSE.be reached agreement on channel 38 for PMSE use

    The BIPT council adapted the B10/F2 radio interfaces after a public consultation. The most important changes of the decision of the BIPT council on radio interfaces: Channel 38 available for PMSE.be with license. The organization PMSE.be asks in response to the public consultation to assign channel 38 on an unlicensed basis, as compensation for the loss […]

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  • No “3rd digital dividend” – at least for 10 years

    The World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC-15) 2015, in Geneva, ended yesterday with the solemn signing of the final documents.   Before the conference began, the major concern was that via the ITU-R more frequencies in the UHF TV band of 470-694 MHz would be re-allocated to the mobile phone service providers (IMT). On the contrary -this […]

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  • PMSE Body Effect

    Wireless microphones and In-Ear-Monitor (IEM) are typically operated close on Human’s Body or mounted in production environment. In both cases the emitted radiation is affected: on body used equipment only negative by absorption of radiated power. To learn more about scenario “PMSE on Body”, in a first step we compare it to a dipole antenna: […]

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Overview UHF Situation 2016

13/04/2016 | By

Please download here the overview of the Belgian UHF situation now (2016). RF overview 16 If you can’t see a file, please login or subscribe.   Source: Glenn Willems

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PMSE Body Effect

18/02/2016 | By

Wireless microphones and In-Ear-Monitor (IEM) are typically operated close on Human’s Body or mounted in production environment. In both cases the emitted radiation is affected: on body used equipment only negative by absorption of radiated power. To learn more about scenario “PMSE on Body”, in a first step we compare it to a dipole antenna: […]

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No “3rd digital dividend” – at least for 10 years

30/11/2015 | By

The World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC-15) 2015, in Geneva, ended yesterday with the solemn signing of the final documents.   Before the conference began, the major concern was that via the ITU-R more frequencies in the UHF TV band of 470-694 MHz would be re-allocated to the mobile phone service providers (IMT). On the contrary -this […]

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26/11/15 – Wireless audio connections: today and tomorrow

06/11/2015 | By

Thursday 26 November 2015 MediaNet Vlaanderen and PMSE.be together will organise a session around the current and future situation of the UHF spectrum. Through this seminar, we would like to inform you about the changes that will occur and what impact this will have on you. Participation is free, but registration is required. This can until […]

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PMSE.be reached agreement on channel 38 for PMSE use

23/09/2015 | By

The BIPT council adapted the B10/F2 radio interfaces after a public consultation. The most important changes of the decision of the BIPT council on radio interfaces: Channel 38 available for PMSE.be with license. The organization PMSE.be asks in response to the public consultation to assign channel 38 on an unlicensed basis, as compensation for the loss […]

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Overview UHF situation 2015

23/09/2015 | By

Please download here the overview of the Belgian UHF situation now (2015). If you can’t see a file, please login or subscribe.

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Using Mobile Band Gaps and Guard Bands for PMSE

30/10/2014 | By

A Germany working group inside of DIN and VDE has worked on an information paper. Contained are simplified information how PMSE (wireless microphones & Co) can operated inside of mobile service duplex gaps and guard bands. Background is the European harmonization decision for PMSE. Only download via login. Do you want a login? Please mail […]

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European Commission endangers cultural and creative industries and freedom of the press

23/09/2014 | By

In future, the frequency spectrum used for Programme Making and Special  Events is to be used by the wireless broadband sector (“Digital Dividend 2”): The proposed alternative frequencies designed to standardize systems throughout Europe are not adequate Media coverage of major sporting, cultural and media events will no longer be possible in its current form. Restrictions […]

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European Commisson – Press Release: Pascal Lamy leads new advisory group on future use of UHF spectrum for TV and wireless broadband.

28/04/2014 | By

Pascal Lamy and top executives from Europe’s broadcasters, network operators, mobile companies and tech associations have been given six months to make proposals to the European Commission on how to use the UHF spectrum band (470-790 MHz) most effectively in coming decades. In the face of a rapid and massive growth in demand for spectrum […]

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APWPT Response to the EC Consultation on PMSE 28 Febr. 2014

28/04/2014 | By

On February 18th, 2014, the European Commission Directorate General for Communications Networks, Content & Technology (DG CONNECT) presented its plans for the “Preliminary elements of the proposal on spectrum harmonization for wireless audio PMSE.” We welcome the latest and continuing initiative from the Commission to assist the PMSE sector to address the problems posed by […]

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