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The Australian Government is seeking comments on the remaking of the Australian Postal Corporation Regulations 1996 (the Regulations). The Regulations are due to sunset on 1 April 2021
The Government has commenced the process to allocate essential spectrum in the 850 and 900 MHz bands to support carriers to deploy more efficient 4G (and later 5G) mobile services across Australia.
In 2017, the ACMA auctioned residual lots in the 1800 MHz, 2 GHz, 2.3 GHz and 2.4 GHz bands for mobile broadband services.
The Government is ensuring all Australians will have access to voice and broadband services.
Draft standards, rules and benchmarks for the broadband networks servicing our communities.
Surveys will commence on 1 February 2021 and will run until 14 February 2021.
Major spectrum allocations allow valuable blocks of spectrum to be allocated, usually via auction, to support the rollout of communications networks.
In December 2018, 125 MHz of spectrum in the 3.6 GHz band was auctioned for 5G mobile services.
The 26 GHz band will provide extremely fast and high capacity 5G broadband services to Australia.
The Government has designated for spectrum licensing parts of the 3.4 GHz band to enable the conversion of apparatus licences held by NBN Co.
Core capabilities of 5G...
Applications for the first round of grants under Australian 5G Innovation Initiative are opening soon and the grant guidelines are now available at...
The Australian 5G Innovation Initiative supports trials of new and exciting 5G technologies, driving productivity and growth across Australia in key industry sectors including agriculture, mining,...
The Government has committed $380 million over six rounds to the Mobile Black Spot Program (the Program). In April 2020 the Round 5 results were announced, with a further 182 base stations to be...
Access to 5G networks and the right kind of radiofrequency spectrum is an important part of being able to use, test and trial technologies that use 5G....
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