10.05.2007 12:00 AM
Sennheiser Launches Web-based Frequency Finder
Sennheiser has introduced an online resource designed to obtain information on the use of radio frequencies.

The Frequency Finder, a customized Web interface to the FCC television broadcast database, enables users to retrieve information on open radio frequency ranges based on a city or zip code search. It also provides additional information customized for Sennheiser wireless system users.

The company said its product is meant to simplify the process of finding usable frequencies for use with wireless microphones to avoid interference, with direct, up-to-the-minute access to FCC data and visual feedback of transmitter locations.


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