MiPro MRM-6UKA Multi Channel 38 Diversity Receiver. Multi-channel ACT wireless diversity receiver module compatible with Mipro MA-705, Mipro MA-707, Mipro MA-708 and Mipro MA-808 portable PA units. Easy to install, the module simply slides into the receiver slot and fixes in place. Easy to tune using Auto-Scan and ACT, please ensure a matching ACT / MTM-90 transmitter on MRM-38-6UKA is purchased. Regulated band Channel 38 (606-614MHz) Channel 38 does require a license for UK use, Pre and Post the digital switchover.
Press "SCAN" Button to auto-scan and look for one of the interference free receiver channels
Press the "ACT" button syncs the receiver and transmitter frequencies automatically
Bright and easy-to-read LED displays numeric channel and RF and AF strengths
Receiver "Sensitivity" can be sensitivity adjusted to prevent interference
Reliable true diversity reception with dual "Pilotone & Noise Lock" circuit prevents interferences
Modular design allows easy installation, maintenance and DIY
Frequency Range: 606-614MHz
Oscillation Mode: PLL Synthesized
Receiving Mode: CPU - Controlled Diversity Receiving
Squelch Control: Innovative "Pilotone & Noise Lock" dual squelch circuit
Display Status: Noise indicator clearer display if a receiver is under the state of interference
Sensitivity: dBuV, at S/N>80dB
Max Deviation Range: 68KHz
Spurious Emissions: <82dB
Frequency Response: 60Hz - 15KHz (Overall System)
S/N Ratio: >100 dBA
T.H.D: <0.5% @1KHz (Dev.=40KH)
AF Output: 610mV RMS
Power Supply: DC 12 - 15V
Current Consumption: <190 mA
Working Temperature: -10C - 60C
Dimensions: (W/H/D) 75 x 35 x 141mm (3" x 1.4" x 5.6")
Channel 38 Plan
All frequencies within 6UKA are regulated and need a licence.
Notes on the New Channel 38.
Channel 38 (606-614MHz) has been officially announced by OfCom as the replacement for Ch.69 (854-862MHz). Channel 69 is unique in the sense that
it is the only nationally available licensable band for wireless microphones and IEM’s. Currently, channel 38 is not available nationwide for two reasons:
Radio astronomy holds the current license until Jan 1st, 2012,consequently creating “restriction zones” in parts of the UK.
The protection of analogue TV broadcast in channel 37 in areas where DSO is not complete.
On Dec.15th, OfCom announced information on licensing arrangements for channel 38. This included for channels 39 and 40 to be made available on the
same shared license until channel 38 becomes fully available nationwide.
Availability will improve as DSO progresses and channel 38 should be available nationwide as of Jan. 1st 2012 if not earlier.
)for availability and licensing information.
The deregulated license - free spectrum from 863-865MHz (Channel 70)remains untouched by DSO. If you are currently operating in this spectrum or
use less than four channels you are free to carry on using this spectrum now and beyond 2012.