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Plans/Communications as made
Varies the band plan in relation to pagers.
Administered by: DCITA
Registered 19 May 2005
Tabling HistoryDate
Tabled HR14-Oct-2002
Tabled Senate15-Oct-2002
Gazetted 18 Sep 2002
Date of repeal 09 Aug 2013
Repealed by Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy (Spent and Redundant Instruments) Repeal Regulation 2013

The AUSTRALIAN COMMUNICATIONS AUTHORITY makes this Plan under section 34 of the Radiocommunications Act 1992.

Dated  11 September                     2002

 A.J SHAW
Chair

R HORTON
Deputy Chair

 

Australian Communications Authority


1              Name of Plan

                This Plan is the VHF High Band Frequency Band Plan (148 to 174 MHz) Variation 2002 (No. 1).

2              Commencement

                This Plan commences on gazettal.

3              Variation of VHF High Band Frequency Band Plan (148 to 174 MHz) 1991

                Schedule 1 varies the VHF High Band Frequency Band Plan (148 to 174 MHz) 1991.


Schedule 1        Variations

(section 3)

Do not delete: Schedule Part Placeholder

[1]           Subclause 3 (1)

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Radiocommunications (Definitions) Determination 1993 (No. 2).

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Radiocommunications (Interpretation) Determination 2000.

[2]           Subclause 3 (1), note

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Radiocommunications (Definitions) Determination 1993 (No. 2)

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Radiocommunications (Interpretation) Determination 2000

[3]           Subclause 3 (2), after definition of channelling

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fixed service (paging) means the fixed service used for paging.

[4]           Subclause 3 (2), after definition of interior paging talkback channel

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land mobile service (paging) means the land mobile service used for paging.

[5]           Subclause 3 (2), definition of paging service

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paging means exterior paging or interior paging.

Note   The definitions of exterior paging and interior paging in the Radiocommunications (Interpretation) Determination 2000 refer to communication. Communication is defined in that determination as including communication in any form, including speech, music or other sounds, data, text, visual images and signals.

[6]           Clause 10, Table 2, item 1, column 4

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Land mobile service (paging)

Fixed service (paging)

(See notes 1 and 8)

[7]           Clause 10, Table 2, notes 1 and 2

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Note 1   The land mobile service (paging) in a channel with centre frequency 148.3375 MHz or 149.1875 MHz is a primary service when used for interior paging and is a secondary service when used for exterior paging.

The fixed service (paging) in a channel with centre frequency 148.3375 MHz or 149.1875 MHz is a primary service when used for interior paging and is a secondary service when used for exterior paging.

The land mobile service (paging) in segment A (other than in a channel with centre frequency 148.3375 MHz or 149.1875 MHz) is a primary service when used for exterior paging and is a secondary service when used for interior paging.

The fixed service (paging) in segment A (other than in a channel with centre frequency 148.3375 MHz or 149.1875 MHz) is a primary service when used for exterior paging and is a secondary service when used for interior paging.

Note 2   In a channel with centre frequency 149.7875, 149.8375 or 149.8875 MHz, the land mobile service (paging) or the fixed service (paging) may be authorised as a primary service when used for exterior paging or as a secondary service when used for interior paging.

[8]           Clause 11, Table 3, note 1

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Note 1   A station that is part of the land mobile service (paging) or the fixed service (paging) may be used in this segment in a channel with centre frequency 149.7875, 149.8375 or 149.8875 MHz and a channel bandwidth of 25 kHz. The channelling arrangements for the mobile-satellite service are not defined.

[9]           Clause 11, figure 1, legend

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Paging

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Land mobile service (paging) and fixed service (paging)