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A 1 GHz allocation limit has been announced for spectrum in the 26 GHz band.
What do we know about EME?
Find out more about EME and 5G and how they are regulated.
EME is all around us and is part of our natural environment. It is emitted by sources like the sun, the earth, the earth’s atmosphere and even the human body.
5G is set to transform a range of sectors, including health, agriculture and education.
The Australian Government strictly regulates the use of EME, based on decades of Australian and international scientific research.
The Australian Government sets the policy framework for the telecommunications industry. 5G must comply with the same regulations as previous generations.
Have your say on ARPANSA’s new exposure standard for radio frequency EME.
This page outlines the outcomes of the consultation on the exposure draft of the Radiocommunications Legislation Amendment (Reform and Modernisation) Bill
The Government is proposing changes to the way 3.4 GHz spectrum is licensed to improve broadband access and maximise the benefits of 5G.
The Government has announced $29.2 million to trial 5G use across different industry sectors and improve management of radiofrequency spectrum.
The changes allow for greater flexibility and immediate investment in new infrastructure like 5G.
Learn more about the use of electromagnetic energy (EME) and 5G in wireless services and how they are regulated in Australia.
Spectrum in the 850 and 900 MHz bands will be re-allocated to support 4G and 5G mobile services.
5G has been described as a “game changer” and there’s a lot of information and opinions about it. Some of it is accurate but a lot of it isn’t. ...
Be on the lookout for misinformation that falsely links 5G to COVID-19.
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