Important information about wireless frequencies in the UK

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UK TV Channels

Current availability of UK TV channels for use by wireless microphones and IEMs.

Links & Downloads about Frequencies

Frequency Lists

Here you can find frequency lists for Shure wireless and in-Ear-monitoring systems in the form of Excel tables. In addition you can work out the appropriate code using our frequency code to compute a frequency.

Further Reading

Shure Whiteboard – Wireless System Companding Explained
In this month's Whiteboard Session, Senior Product Management Specialist, Stuart Stephens explains wireless companding and how it works. Read the article below, or scroll down to watch the Whiteboard Video.


Companding is a process that happens in all analogue wireless systems to accommodate the limited dynamic range of FM radio.
The process takes its name from the compression and expansion process that occurs to achieve a full dynamic range signal on output. In other words, the signal is first compressed at the transmitter …
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Shure Whiteboard - Increased Spectral Efficiency with HD Mode
As we've determined in previous sessions, digital wireless systems are typically more spectrally efficient than analogue wireless systems. In other …
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Shure Whiteboard - The Difference in Sound Between Analogue & Digital Wireless
Shure UK Pro Audio Group Manager, Tuomo Tolonen walks us through the key differential factors that separate how digital and analogue wireless …
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Shure Whiteboard - Rechargeables for Wireless
Shure UK Senior Applications Engineer, Tom Colman explores rechargeable battery options for wireless microphones - moving from standard disposable …
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Shure Whiteboard - Digital Wireless Latency Explained
Shure UK Project Engineer, Stuart Stephens explores digital wireless latency and what causes latency in a digital wireless system. Read the article …