LD Systems ECO 16 BPH A 16-channel UHF PLL diversity wireless microphone system
Set composed of:
- 1 x LDWSECO16R
- 1 x LDWSECO16BP
- 1 x LDWS100MH1
LD Systems ECO Sets are the perfect introduction to wireless audio transmission: All components guarantee optimal audio delivery via professional outputs. The extensive features of the LD WS ECO Series Sets are remarkable in this price category.
- UHF frequency range 863 – 865 MHz
- Available as handheld or headset
- ASC infrared frequency transmission
- Interference-free operation thanks to “pilot tone” squelch
- AF LED bar indicators
- Belt pack transmitter with sensitivity switch and battery status indicator
- Dynamic handheld microphone with soft-touch surface and ASC infrared frequency scanning
- Long battery life
Ultra high frequency (UHF) is the ITU designation for radio frequencies in the range between 300 MHz and 3 GHz.
UHF radio waves propagate mainly by line of sight; they are blocked by hills and large buildings although the transmission through building walls is high enough for indoor reception. They are used for television broadcasting, cell phones, satellite communication including GPS,personal radio services including Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, walkie-talkies, cordless phones, and numerous other applications
UK legal radio mic frequency Info guide:
When using radio microphones it is important to use the right frequencies. There are different sets of frequencies suitable for different purposes. Some require a licence while others do not. The following information gives a brief guide to find the most appropriate solution.
Licence exempt frequencies – No licence required
Shared licensed frequencies – UK roaming
Co-ordinated licensed frequencies – for specific UK locations
Regardless of whether you use licence exempt or licensed radio microphone frequencies, multiple radio microphones used at the same location can interact and interfere with each other. This is known as intermodulation. Take particular care which frequencies you use together to avoid these problems.
This document gives only brief details of the frequencies available for radio microphones and the licence fees that apply. Further information can be found on the Ofcom website.
The Ofcom PMSE Licensing department issues licences for Radio Microphones, Talkback, Sound Links and Vision Links. It manages the radio spectrum used in the UK for Programme Making and Special Events (PMSE) and related activities.
Contact detailsPMSE Licensing
2nd Floor Riverside House
2a Southwark Bridge Road