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Frequencies

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Flipper Zero has three regional versions. In each version, you can transmit signals on the frequencies that are allowed for civilian use.

If you try to play a saved file on a frequency that is banned in your region, the following error message will appear:

There are three regional versions:

  1. R01 — European Union, United Kingdom, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, French Polynesia, Holy See, Iceland, Kazakhstan, Liechtenstein, Moldova, North Macedonia, Norway, Serbia, Switzerland, Turkey, Israel. Allowed to transmit: 433.05 - 434.79 MHz; 868.15 - 868.55 MHz.
  2. R02 — United States of America, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Mexico, Brazil, Chile, Argentina, United States Minor Outlying Islands. Allowed to transmit: 304.10 - 321.95 MHz; 433.05 - 434.79 MHz; 915.00 - 928.00 MHz.
  3. R03 — The rest of the world. Allowed to transmit: 312.00 - 315.25 MHz; 920.50 - 923.50 MHz.

To find out what frequency the remote control works on, use Frequency Analyzer.

Table of frequencies

Frequency, MHz

R01

R02

R03

300.000







303.875







304.250



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315.000



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318.000



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390.000







418.000







433.075

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433.420

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433.920

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434.420

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434.775

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438.900







868.350

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915.000



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925.000



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Updated 05 Aug 2022
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