Churches must abandon 600 MHz wireless sound systems

WASHINGTON (BP)—Churches that haven’t updated their wireless sound system may have trouble being heard on any given Sunday, as the federal government is phasing out the 600 MHz frequencies many congregations use. The Federal Communications Commission …
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