WTB: 75mhz FM reciever

Old 12-16-2007, 04:00 PM
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wanting to buy a 75mhz FM reciever. preffer a synthesized one. and preffer a 3 channel one. not worried if its a crystal based one or 2 channel though.


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Old 12-16-2007, 04:58 PM
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You do know using 75mhz in Australia is highly illegal don't you?

Unless you have $25000 for the fine
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The United States of America and some of its territories are the only places that I know of that permit the operation of model control transmitters using frequencies in the band 75.4-76 MHz.
In Australia this band is used for Land Mobile Services. See the VHF Mid Band Frequency Band Plan for details available on the Australian Communications Authority website at: http://www.aca.gov.au/radcomm/freque...ans/vhfmid.htm

It is illegal to operate a radio transmitter without licence and the licences will only be issued for the operation of single frequency land mobile like equipment using frequencies in the band 75.2 - 77.29375 MHz assigned frequencies according to the VHF Mid Band Frequency Band Plan. Land Mobile systems using frequencies in this band include local government and emergency services. Mobile transmitters operate in this band with radiated power levels of up to 25 W and use sensitive receivers which make sharing of this spectrum with low power services such as radio control devices impractical.

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