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APWPT microphone frequency information

Generally approved

* 202 - 209 MHz, Radio microphones, max 50 mW ERP
* 518 - 526 MHz, Radio microphones, max 50 mW ERP
* 534 - 542 MHz, Radio microphones, max 50 mW ERP, except province of Hainaut

Additional information:
- from 1st Jan 2017 the operation of devices in 694 - 790 MHz isn’t allowed any more.
- from 1st Jan 2020 there will be no longer license granted for 694 - 790 MHz.

* 823 - 826 MHz, Radio microphones,
20 mW e.i.r.p for hand-held and 100 mW e.i.r.p. for body worn
* 826 - 832 MHz, Radio microphones, 100mW e.i.r.p.
* 863 - 865 MHz, Radio microphones, 10 mW ERP
* 1795 - 1805 MHz, Radio microphones,
20 mW e.i.r.p. for hand-held and 50mW e.i.r.p. for body-worn

Individual assignment

* 174 - 216 MHz, In-ear monitor systems and Radio microphones, max 50 mW ERP
* 470 - 790 MHz, In-ear monitor systems and Radio microphones, max 50 mW ERP
* 1492 – 1518 MHz, max 50 mW, indoor use only

How to get a short- or long-term license for?
The form you can download from: (French or Dutch)
Retour address: / fax : +32 2 226 87 97

Price for one unit with 50 mW = €33,88 for one year
For temporary use minimum period is one month: price is 33,88/12

Link to Belgian administrations homepage where PMSE user can apply for a license

More information is at
Belgisch Instituut voor postdiensten en telecommunicatie
Dienst Radiovergunningen
Ellipse Building – Gebouw C
Koning Albert II-laan 35


One can download this information here: Frequencies for wireless microphones [997 KB]

(23 September 2015)

The BIPT council adapted the B10/F2 radio interfaces after a public consultation.

The most important changes of the decision of the BIPT council on radio interfaces:

1. Channel 38 available for with license.
The organization asks in response to the public consultation to assign channel 38 on an unlicensed basis, as compensation for the loss of channel 69. The BIPT wishes for the time being not to go in because there some control is needed on possible faults in Humain. On the other hand seems the use of channel 38 in Liege and Namur to be quite possible as far as the field strength of -20dBμV / m at Humain is not to exceeded.

2. 1492-1518 MHz available with license

3. 1800-1805 MHz available with license

4. 694-790MHz unavailable for PMSE in the future
BIPT council will assign 694-790 MHz to systems for the provision of public electronic communication services (LTE) systems. This allocation is expected by 2019/2020. The current broadcasters and PMSE allocations can continue to use the band until that date.

BIPT documents: Dutch version / French version

Source: Jeroen Sierjacobs, PMSE.BE