Bill Guyger via AMRadio
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Tue Aug 26 10:02:51 EDT 2014
The Motorola headsets coaches are wearing are part of a Motorola wireless intercom system. When the system was first introduced to the NFL the thing operated in the 450 and / or 455 MHz broadcast RPU bands. Needless to say that caused a flap with broadcasters not being able to use legally assigned frequencies at sporting events. There were more than a few broadcast frequency coordinators that said FU and walked out....
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> On Aug 26, 2014, at 8:30 AM, "Jim Wilhite" <w5jo at brightok.net> wrote:
> Thanks guys for the explanation on the headphone deal. This seems to be nothing more than the march of technology. I am just glad it is electronic technology rather than that of mussed hair.
> I noticed some of the football coaches are wearing headphones with the Motorola bat wings on them but they are great big cans that look they are made to reduce the noise on the field. I didn't know Motorola made such a thing, but then again I didn't know Motorola made consumer GPS units until I bought one sometime back. It wasn't up to standards compared to Motorola standards of years back. When the inside of my car heated up the touch screen on the GPS quit working.
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