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The Australian Government recognises that a national public safety mobile broadband capability for emergency services—police, fire, ambulance and emergency services—will enhance the delivery of...
Many wireless audio devices—such as wireless microphones—were retuned or replaced by the start of 2015 because of changes in access to the radiofrequency spectrum.
Every three to four years, a World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC) is held to consider revisions to the ITU Radio Regulations.
The Minister has directed the ACMA to have in place arrangements, by 30 April 2015, to issue apparatus licences in the 3.5 GHz frequency band (3400 – 3600 MHz) for the NBN fixed wireless network in the metro fringe of the mainland capital cities.
The Minister has invited comments on reform principles and 11 potential reform proposals in the Spectrum Review – Potential Reform Directions paper. The aim is to encourage industry engagement and feedback.
Australia’s spectrum has been managed using a framework that was developed in 1992, with a review of Radiocommunications Acts in 2002. The framework needs to be modernised to reflect changes in technology.
The government has released a report on the future directions for spectrum management.
The Government has released its response to the Spectrum Review, designed to make Australia’s spectrum framework simpler, more flexible and...
The World Radiocommunication Conference has begun today in Geneva, Switzerland, and will run for a mammoth four weeks.
The government is seeking input on legislative proposals to improve the management and planning of spectrum in Australia.
The Australian Government has received a proposal from Vodafone Hutchison Australia (VHA) to acquire 2 x 10 MHz of the unsold 700 MHz ‘digital...
We are seeking your feedback on a draft ministerial direction to the Australian Communications and Media Authority to allocate 700 MHz spectrum to Vodafone Hutchison Australia.
Australia’s 'digital dividend' is the spectrum that was freed up for new uses by the switch from analogue to digital television.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) issues spectrum licences and manages the reallocation and renewal process.
Consultations are now open for the biggest reforms to Australia's spectrum management in over 25 years.
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