I was just wondering if you had another licensed product (like the B11) and that was how you were getting the option for the “Denmark Licensed” because we see the same thing and there is no such thing as licensed 5GHz in USA.
We got the “US Licensed” option when we setup our B11s, it was not there before, so we have to be careful because Mimosa Cloud will complain about the License mismatch. (Between “United States” and “United States Licensed”) The keys don’t do anything different as far as I can tell, other then the “United States Licensed” allows us to unlock the B11 as well as A5s, C5s and B5s. I could be wrong and I am sure someone around here would be willing to set me straight out if I am.
BTW, I think that is cool that the GPS will keep people from using incorrect licensing for their area. Thanks for letting the community know, this is something not many people would test. If you want to get around it I bet a bit of aluminum tape would block the GPS signals well enough, might need to be grounded though. (I am not a Mimosa employee, but I bet this would be something that they would not approve of in any way, shape or form.)
As I said earlier, try to get in contact with their support team see if they can make you a special code or firmware, you are a special case and the B24 is as close to a commodity product (as far as price and simplicity of setup) as any 24 GHz product has come so far.