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Old 10-17-2007, 04:58 PM   #1
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Default RC Frequencies allowed in different Countries?

Is there one (most) common RC Frequency that is allowed in the majority of Countries?
USA has 27MHz , 75Mhz and 2.4GHz
UK has 40MHz, and ?
Japan doesn’t allow 2.4GHz, but what is?
Australia has 29MHz, (select group of) 27MHz, (select group of) 40MHz, and 2.4GHz.
South East Asia (Thailand)?
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Old 10-17-2007, 09:50 PM   #2
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UK uses 27Mhz, 40Mhz and 2.4Ghz for land based models
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Malaysia - 27MHz, 40MHz, 75MHz, 2.4GHz or any other available.
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Old 10-18-2007, 02:17 AM   #4
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This website is a good starting point for finding out more about radio frequencies - www.ukrcc.org - this is a UK body but they have links to further information.

The closest thing to a universal worldwide frequency is 27MHz on the solid colours but even that does not apply everywhere, for example France do not use them.
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Europe countries mostly uses 27MHz and 40Mhz (finished in 5 - Japan finished on 0). France does not allow 40MHz, instead they use 41MHz.... those frenchies....

Europe generally accepts 2.4GHz, however there is something happening against it on Belgium, you might want to check that out...
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That is funny that you guys mention frequencies , i just found out that i'm using 40mhz on my radio here in the U.S. , i guess thats why i dont get any gliches and the rest of my buddies do , due that most of interference is created around 75mhz for the most part.
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We have FM 27 & 40 MHz Special crystal band
FM 40.010 ~ 40.590
FM 27.285 ~ 27.626
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