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The Swedish Post and Telecom Authority (PTS) monitors the electronic communications and postal sectors in Sweden. The Authority works with consumer and competition issues, efficient utilisation of resources and secure communications. The Spectrum department is responsible for policy and rules for the frequency spectrum, frequency planning and granting licences for individual radio transmitters. The department is also responsible for mar-ket control and issues concerning radio supervision.

Radio and Wireless Equipment
Radio and wireless equipment (camera links, telemetric, wireless microphones, communication, etc.) need to have frequency authorization from PTS, the Swedish Post and Telecom Authority. Permission to use transmitters must be done by an application to PTS in advance. Applications can be sent by e-mail to

Deadline for applications February 1 2019.

Contact information in case of any questions:
Tomas Jelder

Radio Microphone and In Ear Monitor

A licence is required and can be applied for according to information above. The 700 MHz band will NOT be available.
The following bands can be used without a licence in Sweden:

Frequency band (MHz) Max e.s.p (mW) Remarks
41-43,6 10
823-826 10 Handheld Terminals
823-826 50 Bodyware Terminals
826-832 50
863-865 10

Licence Fees

Fees will be charged according to PTS’s regulations on fees and charges. For a short term license the fee will in most cases be 300 SEK for each licence. An invoice will be sent a couple of weeks after the event. Payment from abroad should be sent to: Danske Bank, Box 7523, S-103 92 Stockholm, Sweden.
IBAN: SE24 1200 0000 0128 1010 7912 BIC/SWIFT: DABASESX

Radio Supervision and monitoring

In case of any disturbance or interference the Radio Monitoring office in PTS can be reached by e-mail