I'm pretty confident that by the end of the decade there won't be any spectrum left for wireless microphones or IEMs etc... We'll all be back on hardwired mics.
...or be pirates.
Aye, ya scurvy dog!All this so self-entitled folks can watch reruns of Sects in the City on a mobile device. Bah frickin' humbug.
When this high-tech house of cards crumbles, I'll be back on the street corner with my fiddle.
I'm at a loss here. How is this possible and why isn't there a way to continue to use any or all wireless devices? I've seen this in the past where some bands were sold. I guess I just don't understand the whole issue.
The issue is the $40,000,000,000 that the 700Mhz band sold for, which is now empowering LTE and other technologies for a hundred million folks in the US. I'm not happy about it either, but our wireless mic/IEM use of these bands is the flea on the tick on the elephant, related to other commercial use. The FCC is aware of our plight, but they are concerned with the majority use, and another $40,000,000,000 for the gov't.
This will continue to happen, as long as wireless mics operate in unlicensed frequencies.
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