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Lectrosonics Adds New Service Policy

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RIO RANCHO, NM—Lectrosonics has announced a new service policy in order to aid customers with products in the 700 MHz band. The FCC has recently ruled that Part 74 users must vacate this frequency band between 698-806MHz, affecting blocks 27, 28, and 29.

The plan offered by Lectrosonics allows owners of current generation products in these blocks to have the frequency block changed to a lower range for a nominal fee. The cost for this modification varies by model depending upon the cost of the radiofrequency board replacement.

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