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Sets out the conditions that apply to the operation of land stations and land mobile stations.
Administered by: Communications
Registered 05 May 2005
Gazetted 09 Jul 1997
Date of repeal 18 Jun 2015
Repealed by Radiocommunications Licence Conditions (Land Mobile Licence) Determination 2015

Commonwealth of Australia

Radiocommunications Act 1992

Radiocommunications Licence Conditions (Land Mobile Licence) Determination No. 1 of 1997

 

 

TABLE OF PROVISIONS

Section                                                                                                                   Page

 

PART 1—PRELIMINARY

1.       Citation                                                                                                                 

2.       Scope                                                                                                                   

3.       Interpretation                                                                                                        

PART 2—CONDITIONS FOR LAND MOBILE LICENCE

(PAGING SYSTEM STATION)

4.       Conditions                                                                                                            

5.       Exterior paging system transmitters                                                                        

6.       Exterior paging system: supplementary main station                                                

7.       Exterior paging system using an interior paging transmitter                                      

8.       Interior paging system                                                                                           

9.       Interior paging system: talkback                                                                             

PART 3—CONDITIONS FOR LAND MOBILE LICENCE

(AMBULATORY STATION) AND LAND MOBILE LICENCE (AMBULATORY SYSTEM STATION)

10.     Conditions                                                                                                            

11.     Technical performance of an ambulatory station                                                     

12.     Harmful interference                                                                                              

13.     Communications with other stations                                                                       

14.     Time out timers                                                                                                     

15.     Call signs                                                                                                              

PART 4—CONDITIONS FOR LAND MOBILE LICENCE

(LAND MOBILE SYSTEM STATION)

16.     Conditions                                                                                                            

17.     Technical performance of a land mobile system station                                           

18.     Time out timers                                                                                                     

19.     Call signs                                                                                                              

20.     Land mobile stations: EIRP                                                                                   

21.     Land mobile stations: permitted communications and frequencies                            

22.     Supplementary base stations                                                                                  

TABLE OF PROVISIONS—continued

Section                                                                                                                           Page

 

23.     Remote control stations                                                                                         

24.     Overlay paging receivers                                                                                       

25.     Bi-directional amplifier system                                                                               

PART 5—CONDITIONS FOR LAND MOBILE LICENCE

(PABX CORDLESS TELEPHONE SERVICE)

26.     Conditions                                                                                                            

27.     Harmful interference                                                                                              

28.     Devices with which a PABX cordless telephone service may                                  

          communicate                                                                                                         

PART 6—CONDITIONS FOR LAND MOBILE LICENCE

(CBRS REPEATER STATION)

29.     Conditions                                                                                                            

30.     Technical performance of a CBRS repeater station                                                

31.     Connection to a telecommunications network                                                         

32.     Operating requirements                                                                                         

33.     Accessibility                                                                                                          

34.     Continuous use of a CBRS repeater station                                                           

35.     Transportable CBRS repeater stations: restrictions on operations                           

36.     Charge for use of CBRS repeater station                                                               

37.     Call sign                                                                                                                 12

                                                                                                                 

SCHEDULE

AMBULATORY STATIONS, LAND MOBILE
SYSTEM STATIONS AND CBRS REPEATER STATIONS:
SPECIFICATION DOCUMENTS


Commonwealth of Australia

Radiocommunications Act 1992

Radiocommunications Licence Conditions (Land Mobile Licence) Determination No. 1 of 1997

I, anthony john shaw, Acting Spectrum Manager, acting on behalf of the Spectrum Management Agency, make the following Determination under paragraph 107 (1) (f) of the Radiocommunications Act 1992.

Dated    27 June                                         1997.

 

 

 

A.J. SHAW

Acting Spectrum Manager

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PART 1—PRELIMINARY

Citation

               1.   This Determination may be cited as Radiocommunications Licence Conditions (Land Mobile Licence) Determination No. 1 of 1997.

[Note: This Determination commences on gazettal: see Acts Interpretation Act 1901, ss. 46A and 48.]

Scope

               2.   (1)    This Determination sets out conditions to which a land mobile licence is subject in the following manner:

             (a)   every land mobile licence (paging system station) is subject to the conditions in Part 2;

             (b)   every land mobile licence (ambulatory station) and every land mobile licence (ambulatory system station) is subject to the conditions in Part 3;

             (c)   every land mobile licence (land mobile system station) is subject to the conditions in Part 4;

             (d)   every land mobile licence (PABX cordless telephone service) is subject to the conditions in Part 5;

             (e)   every land mobile licence (CBRS repeater station) is subject to the conditions in Part 6.

             (2)   However, if a condition in this Determination is inconsistent with a condition specified in the licence, the condition specified in the licence applies.

Interpretation

               3.   In this Determination, unless the contrary intention appears:

“base station” means the land station to which a licence relates that is established at a location mentioned in the licence;

“bi-directional amplifier system” means a land station, specified in a licence that relates to a land mobile system, that:

             (a)   is established for communication with mobile stations in its land mobile system to provide coverage in an enclosed area; and

             (b)   may be used with leaky feeder cable; and

             (c)   may consist of:

                          (i)   one or more transmitters that transmit on frequencies used by the base station and mobile stations in the land mobile system; and

                         (ii)   one or more receivers that receive on frequencies used by the base station and mobile stations in the land mobile system;

“carriage service provider” has the meaning it has in the Telecommunications Act 1997;

“carrier” has the meaning it has in the Telecommunications Act 1997;

“CBRS” means a citizen band radio service;

“connect” has the meaning it has in the Telecommunications Act 1997;

“exterior paging system” means a paging system in an exterior paging application which may include an interior paging system operating on the same frequency;

“interior paging system” means a paging system in an interior paging application;

“land mobile licence (ambulatory station)” means a land mobile licence authorising the holder to operate an ambulatory station;

“land mobile licence (ambulatory system station)” means a land mobile licence authorising the holder to operate an ambulatory system station, being an ambulatory station in an ambulatory system;

“land mobile licence (CBRS repeater station)” means a land mobile licence authorising the holder to operate a CBRS repeater station;

“land mobile licence (land mobile system station)” means a land mobile licence authorising the holder to operate a land mobile system station;

“land mobile licence (PABX cordless telephone service)” means a land mobile licence authorising the holder to operate a land station in a PABX cordless telephone service;

“land mobile licence (paging system station)” means a land mobile licence authorising the holder to operate a paging system station;

“licence” means:

             (a)   a land mobile licence (ambulatory station); or

             (b)   a land mobile licence (ambulatory system station); or

             (c)   a land mobile licence (CBRS repeater station); or

             (d)   a land mobile licence (land mobile system station); or

             (e)   a land mobile licence (PABX cordless telephone service); or

              (f)   a land mobile licence (paging system station);

“licensee” means the holder of a licence, and includes any person authorised by the licensee to operate a station under the licence;

“main station” means the land station to which a licence relates established for one way communications with 1 or more other land stations and paging receivers in a paging system;

“overlay paging receiver” means a device that is capable of receiving paging information from the base station of a land mobile system;

“PABX” means a private automatic branch exchange;

“relevant document”, for an ambulatory station, a CBRS repeater station and a land mobile system station, means the document:

             (a)   that was published most recently before the equipment was manufactured or imported into Australia; and

             (b)   as in force when the equipment was manufactured or imported;

“remote control station” means a land station established to achieve remote control of 1 or more other land stations used for communicating with land mobile stations;

“supplementary base station” means a land station established for use with a land mobile system’s base station;

“supplementary main station” means a land station established for use with a paging system’s main station;

“telecommunications network” has the meaning it has in the Telecommunications Act 1997;

“time out timer” means a facility that disables the transmitter of a mobile or remote control station after a predetermined time;

“transportable CBRS repeater station” means a CBRS repeater station that is not established at a permanent location.

[Note:  For the definitions of other expressions used in this Determination, see the Radiocommunications Act 1992, the Radiocommunications (Definitions) Determination No. 2 of 1993 and the Radiocommunications Regulations.]

PART 2—CONDITIONS FOR LAND MOBILE LICENCE

(PAGING SYSTEM STATION)

Conditions

               4.   For paragraph 107 (1) (f) of the Act, every land mobile licence (paging system station) is subject to the conditions in this Part relating to the operation of any paging system station under the licence by the licensee.

Exterior paging system transmitters

               5.   (1)    If an exterior paging system operates in the temperature range of 0° C to 60° C (inclusive), the licensee must ensure:

             (a)   discrete spurious emission from an exterior paging system transmitter is not more than minus 30 dBm at the transmitter radiofrequency output and the antenna input; and

             (b)   the broad band noise floor of an exterior paging system transmitter in a bandwidth of 16 kHz at frequency offsets greater than 300 kHz from the frequency specified in the licence does not exceed minus 47 dBm.

             (2)   If an exterior paging system transmitter is operating with an EIRP not exceeding 500 watts in the temperature range of 0° C to 60° C (inclusive), an out-of-band emission from the transmitter must be attenuated below the unmodulated carrier power:

             (a)   by at least 23 dB at 12.5 kHz from the frequency specified in the licence, decreasing linearly to 50 dB at 14 kHz from the frequency specified in the licence; and

             (b)   by at least 50 dB on any frequency removed from the frequency specified in the licence by more than 14 kHz but not more than
39 kHz; and

             (c)   by at least 60 dB on any frequency removed from the frequency specified in the licence by more than 39 kHz.

             (3)   If an exterior paging system transmitter is operating with an EIRP between 500 watts and 1000 watts (inclusive) in the temperature range of 0° C to 60° C (inclusive), an out-of-band emission from the transmitter must be attenuated below the unmodulated carrier power:

             (a)   by at least 23 dB at 12.5 kHz from the frequency specified in the licence, decreasing linearly to 53 dB at 14 kHz from the frequency specified in the licence; and

             (b)   by at least 53 dB on any frequency removed from the frequency specified in the licence by more than 14 kHz but not more than
39 kHz; and

             (c)   by at least 63 dB on any frequency removed from the frequency specified in the licence by more than 39 kHz.

Exterior paging system: supplementary main station

               6.   If the licensee operates a supplementary main station in an exterior paging system, the licensee:

             (a)   must not operate the station if its operation causes harmful interference to a service provided by another station; and

             (b)   must only operate the station to transmit using the transmit frequency specified in the licence for the system’s main station; and

             (c)   must only operate the station to improve the service reliability within a radius of 40 kilometres of the system’s main station; and

             (d)   must not operate the station to extend the service area of the system’s main station beyond 40 kilometres from the main station; and

             (e)   must not operate the station unless the licensee has notified the SMA, in writing, about the location and the operating parameters of the station.

Exterior paging system using an interior paging transmitter

               7.   If the licensee operates an interior paging system transmitter as part of an exterior paging system, the licensee:

             (a)   must not operate the transmitter if its operation causes harmful interference to a service provided by another station; and

             (b)   must only operate the transmitter to transmit using the transmit frequency specified in the licence for the system’s main station; and

             (c)   must operate the transmitter using an EIRP not exceeding 8.3 watts; and

             (d)   must ensure that, if the transmitter is operated using an external antenna, the antenna is located not more than 10 metres above ground level; and

             (e)   must only operate the transmitter to improve the service reliability within a radius of 40 kilometres of the system’s main station; and

              (f)   must not operate the transmitter to extend the service area of the system’s main station beyond 40 kilometres from the main station.

Interior paging system

               8.   If the licensee operates a transmitter as part of an interior paging system, the licensee:

             (a)   must not operate the transmitter if its operation causes harmful interference to a service provided by another station; and

             (b)   must operate the transmitter so that its emissions are confined to within the premises or restricted area specified in the licence.

Interior paging system: talkback

               9.   If the licensee operates a mobile station as part of an interior paging system, the licensee must only operate the mobile station using:

             (a)   an EIRP not exceeding 250 milliwatts; and

             (b)   a necessary bandwidth not exceeding 16 kHz; and

             (c)   the frequency:

                          (i)   40.680 MHz, if the paging system transmits on 40.680 MHz; or

                         (ii)   40.750 MHz, if the paging system transmits on 40.750 MHz; or

                       (iii)   153.800 MHz, in any other case.

PART 3—CONDITIONS FOR LAND MOBILE LICENCE (AMBULATORY STATION) AND LAND MOBILE LICENCE (AMBULATORY SYSTEM STATION)

Conditions

             10.   For paragraph 107 (1) (f) of the Act, every land mobile licence (ambulatory station) and every land mobile licence (ambulatory system station) is subject to the conditions in this Part relating to the operation of any ambulatory station under the licence by the licensee.

Technical performance of an ambulatory station

             11.   An ambulatory station that includes equipment manufactured or imported into Australia must comply with the requirements of the relevant document mentioned in the Schedule.

Harmful interference

             12.   The licensee must not operate an ambulatory station if its operation causes harmful interference to a service provided by another station.

Communications with other stations

             13.   If the licence does not specify the stations with which the licensee may communicate, the licensee must only operate an ambulatory station to communicate with another ambulatory station operated by the licensee.

Time out timers

             14.   The licensee must not operate an ambulatory station that includes a time out timer unless the time out timer is enabled.

Call signs

             15.   (1)    The licensee of an ambulatory station operating in a MF or HF band must:

             (a)   use the call sign allocated by the SMA; and

             (b)   transmit the call sign at the start of each transmission or series of transmissions.

             (2)   The licensee of an ambulatory station operating in a VHF or UHF band must:

             (a)   use:

                          (i)   the call sign allocated by the SMA; or

                         (ii)   another form of identification that clearly identifies the station; and

             (b)   transmit the call sign or form of identification at the start of each transmission or series of transmissions.

PART 4—CONDITIONS FOR LAND MOBILE LICENCE

(LAND MOBILE SYSTEM STATION)

Conditions

             16.   For paragraph 107 (1) (f) of the Act, every land mobile licence (land mobile system station) is subject to the conditions in this Part relating to the operation of any land mobile system station under the licence by the licensee.

Technical performance of a land mobile system station

             17.   A land mobile system station that includes equipment manufactured or imported into Australia must comply with the requirements of the relevant document mentioned in the Schedule.

Time out timers

             18.   The licensee must not operate a land mobile system station that includes a time out timer unless the time out timer is enabled.

Call signs

             19.   (1)    The licensee of a land mobile system station operating in a MF or HF band must:

             (a)   use the call sign allocated by the SMA; and

             (b)   transmit the call sign at the start of each transmission or series of transmissions.

             (2)   The licensee of a land mobile system station operating in a VHF or UHF band must:

             (a)   use:

                          (i)   the call sign allocated by the SMA; or

                         (ii)   another form of identification that clearly identifies the station; and

             (b)   transmit the call sign or form of identification at the start of each transmission or series of transmissions.

Land mobile stations: EIRP

             20.   (1)    If the licensee operates a land mobile station, the licensee must operate the transmitter using an EIRP not exceeding 41 watts.

             (2)   However, if the licensee operates a land mobile station:

             (a)   inside the premises or restricted area specified in the licence or as a personal land mobile station—the licensee must operate the transmitter using an EIRP not exceeding 8.3 watts; or

             (b)   inside the premises or restricted area specified in the licence in association with the operation of a crane—the licensee must operate the transmitter using a power not exceeding 1 watt pY; or

             (c)   in a MF or HF band—the licensee must operate the transmitter using an EIRP not exceeding 100 watts.

Land mobile stations: permitted communications and frequencies

             21.   (1)    If the licensee operates a land mobile system on 1 frequency only, the licensee must only operate each land mobile station in the system:

             (a)   to communicate with the base station, supplementary base station and other land mobile stations in the system; and

             (b)   to transmit to those stations using the transmit frequency of the system’s base station.

             (2)   If the licensee operates a land mobile system on more than
1 frequency, the licensee must only operate each land mobile station in the system:

             (a)   to communicate with the base station, supplementary base station, other land mobile stations and remote control stations in the system; and

             (b)   to transmit to the base station, supplementary base station and remote control stations using the receive frequency of the system’s base station; and

             (c)   to communicate with other land mobile stations using the transmit frequency of the system’s base station.

Supplementary base stations

             22.   (1)    If the licensee operates a supplementary base station in a land mobile system, the licensee:

             (a)   must not operate the station if its operation causes harmful interference to a service provided by another station; and

             (b)   must only operate the station to transmit using the transmit frequencies specified in the licence for the system’s base station; and

             (c)   must only operate the station to improve the service reliability within a radius of 40 kilometres of the system’s base station; and

             (d)   must not operate the station to extend the service area of the system’s base station beyond 40 kilometres from the base station; and

             (e)   must not operate the station unless the licensee has notified the SMA, in writing, about the location and the operating parameters of the station.

             (2)   Subsection (3) applies if a supplementary base station is operated at:

             (a)   a communal site; or

             (b)   a site in, or adjacent to, the central business district of a city or town.

             (3)   The licensee must operate the station so that:

             (a)   the level of all discrete spurious components caused by the station does not exceed minus 30 dBm when measured at the connection to the station’s antenna; and

             (b)   the broad band noise floor of the transmitter does not exceed minus 47 dBm in a 16 kHz bandwidth for frequency offsets greater than 300 kHz from the frequency specified in the licence when measured at the connection to the station’s antenna.

Remote control stations

             23.   (1)    If the licensee operates a remote control station in a land mobile system, the licensee:

             (a)   must not operate the station if its operation causes harmful interference to a service provided by another station; and

             (b)   must only operate the station to communicate with land mobile stations and overlay paging receivers in the system through the system’s base station and supplementary base stations; and

             (c)   must only operate the station to transmit using the receive or transmit frequencies used by the land mobile stations in the system to communicate with the system’s base station; and

             (d)   must not operate the station using a transmitter power exceeding:

                          (i)   the power specified in the licence; or

                         (ii)   if no power is specified in the licence—1 watt pY.

             (2)   If a remote control station is located in, or adjacent to, a central business district of a city or town, the licensee:

             (a)   must not locate the antenna of the station more than 30 metres above the average surrounding ground level; and

             (b)   must fit a device between the transmitter and the antenna that provides intermodulation performance equivalent to, or better than, the intermodulation performance achieved by a 20 dB in-line attenuator.

Overlay paging receivers

             24.   The licensee must not operate a land mobile system station unless the number of overlay paging receivers used in the system is less than the number of land mobile stations in the system (excluding any land mobile stations that are also overlay paging receivers).

Bi-directional amplifier system

             25.   (1)    The licensee must not operate a bi-directional amplifier system unless the licensee has notified the SMA, in writing, about the location and operating parameters of the system.

             (2)   The licensee must not operate a bi-directional amplifier system, or a transmitter that is externally linked to the bi-directional amplifier system, using a power exceeding 1 watt pY.

             (3)   For a transmitter that is externally linked to a bi-directional amplifier system:

             (a)   if the transmitter is located in a central business district of a city or town—the licensee must fit a device between the transmitter and the antenna that provides intermodulation performance equivalent to, or better than, the intermodulation performance achieved by a 20 dB in-line attenuator; or

             (b)   if the transmitter is used for communicating with the base station of the land mobile system—the antenna of the transmitter must be a directional antenna with a minimum gain equivalent to that of a
6 element Yagi antenna.

PART 5—CONDITIONS FOR LAND MOBILE LICENCE

(PABX CORDLESS TELEPHONE SERVICE)

Conditions

             26.   For paragraph 107 (1) (f) of the Act, every land mobile licence (PABX cordless telephone service) is subject to the conditions in this Part relating to the operation of any land station under the licence by the licensee.

Harmful interference

             27.   The licensee must not operate a land station if its operation causes harmful interference to a service provided by another station.

Devices with which a PABX cordless telephone service may communicate

             28.   The licensee must only operate a land station in a PABX cordless telephone service to communicate with the following devices:

             (a)   a base station associated with, or connected to, the PABX;

             (b)   a cordless telephone unit the operation of which is authorised by the Radiocommunications (Cordless Telephone Handset) Class Licence No. 2 of 1993.

PART 6—CONDITIONS FOR LAND MOBILE LICENCE

(CBRS repeater station)

Conditions

             29.   For paragraph 107 (1) (f) of the Act, a land mobile licence (CBRS repeater station) is subject to the conditions set out in this Part relating to the operation of any CBRS repeater station under the licence by the licensee.

Technical performance of a CBRS repeater station

             30.   A CBRS repeater station that includes equipment manufactured or imported into Australia must comply with the requirements of the relevant document mentioned in the Schedule.

Connection to a telecommunications network

             31.   The licensee must not, directly or indirectly, connect a CBRS repeater station to a telecommunications network operated by a carrier or a carriage service provider.

Operating requirements

             32.   (1)    The licensee must not operate a CBRS repeater station unless it is operated:

             (a)   to receive signals or re-transmit those signals; or

             (b)   to transmit a signal that identifies the station.

             (2)   A CBRS repeater station must incorporate a device that prevents the transmission of a signal in the absence of a received signal.

Accessibility

             33.   The licensee must not operate a CBRS repeater station using coding equipment to limit access to the station.

Continuous use of a CBRS repeater station

             34.   (1)    The licensee must operate a CBRS repeater station in a manner that provides a continuously available service to a user.

             (2)   However, the licensee must not operate the station, or continue to transmit from the station, if:

             (a)   there is a malfunction in the station; or

             (b)   the operation of the station causes harmful interference to a service provided by another station.

Transportable CBRS repeater stations: restrictions on operations

             35.   (1)    The licensee must not operate a transportable CBRS repeater station if its operation causes harmful interference to a service provided by another station.

             (2)   The licensee must not operate a transportable CBRS repeater station on the same carrier frequency as a CBRS repeater station, if the station is within 100 kilometres of the CBRS repeater station.

             (3)   However, if a CBRS repeater station is operating on the carrier frequency 476.525 MHz (channel 5), the licensee must not operate a transportable CBRS repeater station on that frequency if the station is within
70 kilometres of the CBRS repeater station.

             (4)   The licensee must not operate a transportable CBRS repeater station at a particular location unless the SMA approves of the operation of the station at the location before the licensee starts to operate the station at the location.

Charge for use of CBRS repeater station

             36.   The licensee must not impose any charge or penalty, or ask for payment of any kind, for the use of a CBRS repeater station.

Call sign

             37.   (1)    The licensee must operate a CBRS repeater station by transmitting the call sign allocated to the licensee by the SMA:

             (a)   at least once in each 5 minute period of operation of the station; and

             (b)   by morse code signal or by a synthesised voice.

             (2)   If the licensee transmits the call sign by a morse code signal, the signal must be transmitted:

             (a)   using a modulating tone in the frequency range 700 to 3000 Hz (inclusive); and

             (b)   at a rate not less than 10 words per minute and not greater than
20 words per minute.

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                                                            SCHEDULE                         Sections 11, 17 and 30

AMBULATORY STATIONS, LAND MOBILE SYSTEM STATIONS AND CBRS REPEATER STATIONS: SPECIFICATION DOCUMENTS

 

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Item No.

 

Column 2

Description of document

1

“Equipment compliance requirements for analogue speech (angle modulated) equipment operating in the designated VHF/UHF land mobile bands in the frequency range 29.7-520 MHz” (also known as “ECR 235”), published by the Department of Transport and Communications in October 1991

2

“Specification for radio equipment employed in privately operated land and harbour mobile radiotelephone services” (applicable to the 29.7-52 and 54-70 MHz frequency bands) (also known as
“RB 205”), published by the Postmaster-General’s Department in December 1962

3

“Specification for radio equipment employed in privately operated land and harbour mobile radiotelephone services” (applicable to the 29.7-52 and 54-70 MHz frequency bands) (also known as
“RB 205”), published by the Postmaster-General’s Department in December 1970

4

“Specification for radio equipment employed in privately operated land and harbour mobile radiotelephone services” (applicable to the 29.7-52 and 54-70 MHz frequency bands) (also known as
“RB 205”), published by the Postmaster-General’s Department in January 1972

5

“Specification for radio equipment employed in privately operated land and harbour mobile radiotelephone services” (applicable to the 29.7-52 and 54-70 MHz frequency bands) (also known as
“RB 205”), published in a revised form by the Postmaster-General’s Department in January 1976


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Item No.

 

Column 2

Description of document

6

“Specification for radio equipment employed in privately operated land and harbour mobile radiocommunication services” (applicable to the 29.7-52 and 54-70 MHz frequency bands) (also known as “DOC 205”), published by the Department of Transport and Communications in October 1988

7

“Specification for radio equipment employed in privately-operated land and harbour mobile radiotelephone services” (applicable to the 70-85 and 92-94 MHz frequency bands) (also known as
“RB 206”), published by the Postmaster-General’s Department in December 1962

8

“Specification for radio equipment employed in privately-operated land and harbour mobile radiotelephone services” (applicable to the 70-85 and 92-94 MHz frequency bands) (also known as
“RB 206”), published by the Postmaster-General’s Department in December 1970

9

“Specification for radio equipment employed in privately-operated land and harbour mobile radiotelephone services” (applicable to the 70-85 and 92-94 MHz frequency bands) (also known as
“RB 206”), published by the Postmaster-General’s Department in January 1972

10

“Specification for radio equipment employed in privately-operated land and harbour mobile radiotelephone services” (applicable to the 70-85 and 92-94 MHz frequency bands) (also known as
“RB 206”), published by the Postmaster-General’s Department in January 1974

11

“Specification for radio equipment employed in privately-operated land and harbour mobile radiotelephone services” (applicable to the 70-85 and 92-94 MHz frequency bands) (also known as
“RB 206”), published by the Postal and Telecommunications Department in January 1976


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Item No.

 

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Description of document

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“Specification for radio equipment employed in privately-operated land and harbour mobile radiotelephone services” (applicable to the 70-85 and 92-94 MHz frequency bands) (also known as
“DOC 206”), published by the Department of Transport and Communications in October 1988

13

“Specification for radio equipment employed in privately operated mobile radio telephone services” (applicable to the 148-174 MHz frequency band) (also known as “RB 207”), published by the Postmaster-General’s Department in January 1972

14

“Specification for radio equipment employed in privately operated mobile radio telephone services” (applicable to the 148-174 MHz frequency band) (also known as “RB 207”), published by the Postmaster-General’s Department in January 1974

15

“Specification for radio equipment employed in privately operated mobile radio telephone services” (applicable to the 148-174 MHz frequency band) (also known as “RB 207”), published by the Postal and Telecommunications Department in January 1976

16

“Specification for radio equipment employed in privately operated land and harbour mobile radiocommunication services” (applicable to the 148-172 MHz frequency band) (also known as “RB 207”), published by the Department of Communications in September 1981

17

“Specification for radio equipment employed in privately operated land and harbour mobile radiocommunication services” (applicable to the 148-172 MHz frequency band) (also known as “DOC 207”), published by the Department of Transport and Communications in December 1988

18

“Specification for MF and HF single sideband suppressed carrier radiotelephony equipment employed in single frequency simplex fixed and land mobile radiotelephone services” (also known as “RB 209”), published by the Postmaster-General’s Department in December 1970


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“Specification for MF and HF single sideband suppressed carrier radiotelephony equipment employed in single frequency simplex fixed and land mobile radiotelephone services” (also known as “RB 209”), published by the Postmaster-General’s Department in January 1974

20

“Specification for MF and HF single sideband suppressed carrier radiotelephony equipment employed in single frequency simplex fixed and land mobile radiotelephone services” (also known as “RB 209”), published by the Postal and Telecommunications Department in January 1976

21

“Specification for MF and HF single sideband suppressed carrier radiotelephony equipment employed in single frequency simplex fixed and land mobile radiotelephone services” (also known as “DOC 209”), published by the Department of Transport and Communications in October 1988

22

“Equipment Compliance Requirements for MF and HF single sideband suppressed carrier radiotelephony equipment employed in single frequency simplex fixed and land mobile radiotelephone services” (also known as “ECR 209”), published by the Department of Transport and Communications in April 1992

23

“Specification for low powered portable and mobile MF and HF single sideband suppressed carrier radiotelephony equipment employed in land mobile radiotelephone services” (also known as “RB 210”), published by the Postmaster-General’s Department in December 1970

24

“Specification for low powered portable and mobile MF and HF single sideband suppressed carrier radiotelephony equipment employed in land mobile radiotelephone services” (also known as “RB 210”), published by the Postmaster-General’s Department in January 1972


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“Specification for low powered portable and mobile MF and HF single sideband suppressed carrier radiotelephony equipment employed in land mobile radiotelephone services” (also known as “RB 210”), published by the Postmaster-General’s Department in January 1974

26

“Specification for low powered portable and mobile MF and HF single sideband suppressed carrier radiotelephony equipment employed in land mobile radiotelephone services” (also known as “RB 210”), published by the Postal and Telecommunications Department in January 1976

27

“Specification for low powered portable and mobile MF and HF single sideband suppressed carrier radiotelephony equipment employed in land mobile radiotelephone services” (also known as “DOC 210”), published by the Department of Transport and Communications in October 1988

28

“Specification for radio equipment employed in land and harbour mobile radiotelephone service” (applicable to the 403-420,
450-470 and 470-500 MHz frequency bands) (also known as “RB 234”), published by the Postmaster-General’s Department in January 1972

29

“Specification for radio equipment employed in land and harbour mobile radiotelephone service” (applicable to the 403-420,
450-470 and 470-500 MHz frequency bands) (also known as “RB 234”), published by the Postmaster-General’s Department in January 1974

30

“Specification for radio equipment employed in land and harbour mobile radiotelephone service” (applicable to the 403-420,
450-470 and 470-500 MHz frequency bands) (also known as “RB 234”), published by the Postal and Telecommunications Department in July 1976


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“Specification for radio equipment employed in privately operated land and harbour mobile radiocommunication service” (applicable to the 403-420, 450-470 and 470-500 MHz frequency bands) (also known as “DOC 234”), published by the Department of Transport and Communications in October 1988

32

“Specification for radio equipment employed in land and harbour mobile radiotelephone service” (applicable to the 403-420,
450-470 and 470-500 MHz frequency bands) (also known as “RB 234A”), published by the Postmaster-General’s Department in January 1973

33

“Specification for radio equipment employed in land and harbour mobile radiotelephone service” (applicable to the 403-420,
450-470 and 470-500 MHz frequency bands) (also known as “RB 234A”), published by the Postal and Telecommunications Department in October 1976

34

“Specification for radio equipment employed in land and harbour mobile radiocommunication service” (applicable to the 403-420, 450-470 and 470-500 MHz frequency bands) (also known as “RB 234A”), published by the Department of Transport and Communications in November 1988

35

“Specification for radio equipment employed in land and harbour mobile radiotelephone service” (applicable to the 403-420,
450-470 and 470-500 MHz frequency bands) (also known as “RB 234B”), published by the Postal and Telecommunications Department in June 1977

36

“Specification for radio equipment employed in land and harbour mobile radiotelephone service” (applicable to the 403-420,
450-470 and 470-500 MHz frequency bands) (also known as “RB 234B”), published by the Postal and Telecommunications Department in December 1977


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“Specification for radio equipment employed in land and harbour mobile radiocommunication service” (applicable to the 403-420, 450-470 and 470-500 MHz frequency bands) (also known as “RB 234B”), published by the Department of Transport and Communications in November 1988

38

“Specification for radio equipment employed in land and harbour mobile radiocommunication service” (applicable to the 403-420, 450-470 and 470-500 MHz frequency bands) (from 1 January 1990, also known as “RB 234E”), published by the Department of Transport and Communications in November 1988

39

“Specification for radio equipment employed in land and harbour mobile radiotelephone service” (applicable to the 403-420,
450-470 and 470-500 MHz frequency bands) (from 1 January 1990, also known as “RB 234F”), published by the Department of Transport and Communications in November 1988

40

“Specification for radio equipment employed in land and harbour mobile radiotelephone service” (applicable to the 70-85, 92-94 and 148-174 MHz frequency bands) (also known as “RB 273”), published by the Postmaster-General’s Department in June 1972

41

“Specification for radio equipment employed in land and harbour mobile radiotelephone service” (applicable to the 70-85, 92-94 and 148-174 MHz frequency bands) (also known as “RB 273”), published by the Postmaster-General’s Department in January 1974

42

“Specification for radio equipment employed in land and harbour mobile radiotelephone service” (applicable to the 70-85, 92-94 and 148-174 MHz frequency bands) (also known as “RB 273”), published by the Postal and Telecommunications Department in January 1976

 


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“Specification for radio equipment employed in land and harbour mobile radiocommunication service” (applicable to the 70-85 and 148-174 MHz frequency bands) (also known as “RB 273”), published by the Department of Communications in November 1980

44

“Specification for radio equipment employed in land and harbour mobile radiocommunication service” (applicable to the 70-85 and 148-174 MHz frequency bands) (also known as “RB 273”), published by the Department of Transport and Communications in October 1988 

45

“Specification for radio equipment employed in land and harbour mobile radiocommunication service” (applicable to the 70-85 and 148-174 MHz frequency bands) (also known as “RB 273B”), published by the Postal and Telecommunications Department in April 1978

46

“Specification for radio equipment employed in land and harbour mobile radiocommunication service” (applicable to the 70-85 and 148-174 MHz frequency bands) (also known as “RB 273B”), published by the Department of Transport and Communications in November 1988