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HME System 400 Frequencies?

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Page 27 - reads to me like it varies
https://www.hme.com/techPdfs/400490a.pdf

Because licensing depends on the system’s application,
it is the user’s responsibility to apply for a license from the FCC in the U.S. and its possessions, or from Industry and Science Canada in Canada and its territories.

Searching for an FCC ID - the FCC web site indicates UHF
11K4F3E
Anyone have an idea what frequencies the HME System 400 fast food drive-thru system uses? It only lists FCC Part 90.
 
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Page 27 - reads to me like it varies
https://www.hme.com/techPdfs/400490a.pdf

Because licensing depends on the system’s application,
it is the user’s responsibility to apply for a license from the FCC in the U.S. and its possessions, or from Industry and Science Canada in Canada and its territories.

Searching for an FCC ID - the FCC web site indicates UHF
11K4F3E

So no real way to find out then?
 
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I kind of "swam" thru the manual that ecps92 posted, and also did a little googling.

Seems there is no mention either in the manual, or online, on how to program the base unit or remotes. The company's website don't say anything about programming, yet like ecps92 pointed out, the company is telling you to get an FCC license. So what do you tell the FCC when they want to know where you're operating?

I'm wondering if this is some sort of "Part 15" thing, comes pre-programmed? But if that's the case, why tell the end user they have to get a license?
 
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I was looking for co-channel users for a client who was complaining about the other party 'being on our channel'.

I found a Goodwill store about 4 blocks away with a Ritron callbox system on 467.850. Pressing the button generates an 'assistance needed in the fitting room area' message. No license found for the store or one other store I monitored.
 
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