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If you are interested in SW as sound source you should check the websdr radios available online like this: http://dj3le.spdns.de:8901/ These you listen to an incredibly wide range of frequencies using a software configurable radio receiver streaming to your PC.


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Sennheiser maintains a compilation of available frequency ranges and whether particular license is needed, country by country: https://en-us.sennheiser.com/sifa named “Sennheiser International Frequency Advisor (SIFA)”. Hint: Scroll down to “To Start please select a country:” and choose an area of interest. Although it still requires going through country ...


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For Denmark, rules (band assignments) for PMSE will change 2020-04-04 (between 3. and 4. of April). The "700 MHz" band, primarily used for 'Digital Terrestrial TV' (DTV, from transmitters placed on the earth, not satellites) is handed over to cellular networks (4G?, 5G?). This reduces the available bandwidth for PMSE in the 700 MHz band to 2 guard bands (...


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In France (as of February 2020) you can use PMSE audio equipment in the band 470-694 MHz with a power less than or equal to 50 mW. Notice that you are considered as a secondary user on this band, primary users being mostly DTV transmitters. It is therefore your responsibility to find an appropriate channel where there are no DTV carrier in the area you are ...


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