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Authored by: Anonymous on Friday, August 03 2012 @ 06:48 PM EDT
I suspect they have enought problems trying to get all the radio devices to work
together, particularly with the heavy use of wireless cameras as well as all the
other stuff - even if you have a valid licence to use, for instance, pmr
channels, you still need an additiona license to use hte channels inside the
Olympic areas - the given reason is so the planners can take it into account and
try and avoid clashes.

TRhere are published documents on the Ofcom website outlining some of the issues
they face trying to get everything to work together (also remembering there are
still things going on in London and surrounding areas which are nothing to do
with the Olympics, but need to keep running.

http://stakeholders.ofcom.org.uk/spectrum/olympics/

http://stakeholders.ofcom.org.uk/binaries/consultations/london2012/summary/londo
n2012.pdf

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