The Frequency Locator is a simple to use application that can find available frequencies for your wireless microphone equipment to use based on a specific location.

The opening screen allows you to choose the location you want to find available frequencies for. You can enter your address, locate your position on a map, or use the GPS unit in your phone+. These three methods will all determine your latitude and longitude. Alternatively you can directly enter your latitude and longitude.

Based on your selected location you will be presented with a range of served areas. These are ordered by the anticipated strength of signal at your location. This is determined by the distance from your location to the transmitter and includes factoring in transmitter power levels.

Choose one or more transmitters and click Submit to see the available frequencies.

Based on the transmitters selected you will be presented with the Recommended frequencies for wireless.

YOu are also able to view:

  • Current situation details: The channel allocations as they are currently being used.
  • Post regulation details: The channel allocations as they are will be once the Digital Dividend comes into full effect.
  • Your location: The location you have selected presented on a map.
  • Wireless ready products: Products from Sennheiser that are ready to use both now and once the Digital Dividend comes into effect.

If you would like to view the available areas list for you location again, just click on the Transmitter Tower icon at the bottom of the page. Or if you would like to choose a new location click on the Magnifying Glass icon.

+ If you select GPS locator your system will either use the GPS in your device or carry out an Internet address lookup based on your Internet Service Provider's network. In the case of an Internet address lookup results may not be accurate.

The Frequency Locator app, produced by Sennheiser Australia, is designed to provide guidance to users of wireless microphones and associated systems in Australia during the restacking of frequencies being carried out by the Australian Government as part of the Digital Dividend initiative.

From the first of January 2015 frequencies between 694 MHz and 820 MHz will no longer be available for Wireless Microphones or In Ear Monitor systems.

This website offers you information to help you find the best hardware and software solutions from Sennheiser to use after the Digital Dividend comes into operation.

For more information on the Digital Dividend and the impact on wireless microphone equipment see

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