[NSP] Re: Radio Mics and channel 69

2009-11-19 Thread Gibbons, John
of interference. This will mess up education as well as entertainment, and education budgets are tight enough as it is. John -Original Message- From: lute-...@cs.dartmouth.edu [mailto:lute-...@cs.dartmouth.edu] On Behalf Of colin Sent: 19 November 2009 00:29 To: NSP group Subject: [NSP] Re: Radio

[NSP] Re: Radio Mics and channel 69

2009-11-19 Thread tim rolls BT
Perhaps this link will help answer a few of the questions implied below. The consultation period may be over, but it was unlikely to have made any difference anyway, may be more joy if 100,000 people contacted their MPs. http://www.ofcom.org.uk/consult/condocs/pmse_funding/summary/ Tim -

[NSP] Re: Radio Mics and channel 69

2009-11-18 Thread colin
Don't radio mics used in small locations (e.g. church hall etc) just work on a local signal (i.e. mic to amp - like a baby minder thing)? Apart from interference issues, wouldn't they still work like the old local CB radios - my walkie talkies still work even though they are on the obsolete

[NSP] Re: Radio Mics and channel 69

2009-11-18 Thread Simon Knight
Subject: [NSP] Re: Radio Mics and channel 69 Don't radio mics used in small locations (e.g. church hall etc) just work on a local signal (i.e. mic to amp - like a baby minder thing)? Apart from interference issues, wouldn't they still work like the old local CB radios - my walkie talkies still work