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Determinations/Communications as amended, taking into account amendments up to Radiocommunications (26.5–31.3 GHz Band) Reform Instrument 2013
Administered by: Communications
Registered 10 Jan 2014
Start Date 01 Feb 2014
End Date 15 Sep 2015
Date of repeal 15 Sep 2015
Repealed by Radiocommunications Licence Conditions (Fixed Licence) Determination 2015

Radiocommunications Licence Conditions (Fixed Licence) Determination 1997

as amended

made under paragraph 107(1)(f) of the

This compilation was prepared on 8 January 2014
taking into account amendments up to Radiocommunications (26.5-31.3 GHz Band) Reform Instrument 2013

Prepared by the Australian Communications and Media Authority


Part 1            Preliminary

1              Name of Determination [see Note 1]

                This Determination is the Radiocommunications Licence Conditions (Fixed Licence) Determination 1997.

2              Scope

         (1)   This Determination sets out the conditions to which a fixed licence is subject in the following manner:

                (a)    every fixed licence (point to point station) is subject to the conditions in Part 2;

               (b)    every fixed licence (point to multipoint station) that is not referred to in paragraph (ba), (bc) or (bd) is subject to the conditions in Part 3;

              (ba)    every fixed licence (point to multipoint station) used in the provision of distance education services is subject to the conditions in Part 3A;

Note   Distance education services are also known as the School of the Air.

              (bc)    every fixed licence (point to multipoint station) for a station that operates in the 1427–1535 MHz, 1900–1920 MHz, 2010–2025 MHz or 3400–3700 MHz frequency band is subject to the conditions in Part 3E;

             (bd)    certain fixed licences (point to multipoint station) for a station that operates in the 26.5–31.3 GHz band are subject tothe conditions in Part 3F;

                (c)    every fixed licence (sound outside broadcast station) is subject to the conditions in Part 4;

               (d)    every fixed licence (television outside broadcast station) is subject to the conditions in Part 5;

                (e)    every fixed licence (television outside broadcast network station) is subject to the conditions in Part 6;

                (f)    every fixed licence (television outside broadcast system station) is subject to the conditions in Part 7.

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

3              Interpretation

         (1)   In this Determination:

2.5 GHz band means the frequency band 2500–2690 MHz.

7 network means the television network known as ‘The Seven Network’.

7.2 GHz band means the frequency band 7100 MHz to 7425 MHz.

9 network means the television network known as ‘The Nine Network’.

10 network means the television network known as ‘Network 10’.

13 GHz band means the frequency band 12.750 GHz to 13.250 GHz.

26.5–31.3 GHz band means the frequency band 26.500–31.300 GHz.

Act means the Radiocommunications Act 1992.

base station means the point to multipoint station to which a licence relates that is established at a fixed location mentioned in the licence.

bit error ratio means the ratio of the number of bit errors to the total number of bits transmitted in a given time interval.

conducted spurious power means the power of conducted spurious radio frequency signals generated from components and wiring in a transmitter or receiver and conducted to the input terminals of the transmitter or receiver.

duty cycle means the ratio of the period of time a transmitter is transmitting in a given period of time to the given period of time.

fixed licence (point to multipoint station) means a fixed licence authorising the holder to operate a point to multipoint station.

fixed licence (point to point station) means a fixed licence authorising the holder to operate a point to point station.

fixed licence (sound outside broadcast station) means a fixed licence authorising the holder to operate a sound outside broadcast station.

fixed licence (television outside broadcast network station) means a fixed licence authorising the holder to operate a television outside broadcast network station.

fixed licence (television outside broadcast station) means a fixed licence authorising the holder to operate a television outside broadcast station.

fixed licence (television outside broadcast system station) means a fixed licence authorising the holder to operate a television outside broadcast system station.

licence means:

                (a)    a fixed licence (point to point station); or

               (b)    a fixed licence (point to multipoint station); or

                (c)    a fixed licence (sound outside broadcast station); or

               (d)    a fixed licence (television outside broadcast station); or

                (e)    a fixed licence (television outside broadcast network station); or

                (f)    a fixed licence (television outside broadcast system station).

licensee means:

                (a)    the holder of a licence; or

               (b)    a person authorised by the holder of a licence to operate a fixed station under the licence.

maximum beamwidth in the E‑plane means the angle between the half power points of an antenna measured in the plane of the electric field.

mid band gain means the antenna gain in the centre of the frequency band of operation.

minimum front/back ratio means the minimum ratio of the maximum directivity of an antenna in the forward direction to its directivity in a specified backward direction.

remote control station means a fixed station established at a fixed location to achieve remote control of a base station and a supplementary base station (if any).

remote station means a fixed station that communicates with a base station or a supplementary base station (if any).

supplementary base station means a point to multipoint station used with a base station to communicate with at least 1 remote station.

wireless access services (WAS) band means the frequency band:

                (a)    1427–1535 MHz; or

               (b)    1900–1920 MHz; or

                (c)    2010–2025 MHz; or

               (d)    3400–3700 MHz.

Note   For the definition of other expressions used in this Determination, see the Radiocommunications Act 1992, the Radiocommunications (Interpretation) Determination 2000 and the Radiocommunications Regulations 1993.

         (2)   For this Determination, a frequency band described using 2 frequencies starts immediately above the lower frequency and ends at the higher frequency.

 

Part 2            Conditions for fixed licence (point to point station)

4              Conditions

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

5              Technical performance of antenna

         (1)   If the licensee operates a point to point station to transmit on a frequency mentioned in column 2 of an item in Schedule 1, the licensee must operate the station using:

                (a)    the antenna specified on the licence; or

               (b)    if no antenna is specified on the licence — an antenna that complies with the requirements mentioned in columns 3, 4 and 5 of the item.

Note   The requirements in columns 3, 4 and 5 of the items in Schedule 1 are minimum requirements only. Every licensee is encouraged to use an antenna exceeding those requirements if possible.

         (2)   If the licensee operates a point to point station to transmit on a frequency that is not mentioned in column 2 of an item in Schedule 1, the licensee must operate the station using:

                (a)    the antenna specified on the licence; or

               (b)    if no antenna is specified on the licence — an antenna that can be used in operating the station without causing harmful interference to a service provided by another station.

 

Part 3            Conditions for fixed licences (point to multipoint station) except licences for stations used to provide distance education, stations that operate in wireless access services (WAS) bands or stations that operate in the 26.5–31.3 GHz band

6              Conditions

                For paragraph 107 (1) (f) of the Act, every fixed licence (point to multipoint station) that does not apply to:

                (a)    a station used to provide distance education services;

               (b)    a station that operates in a wireless access service (WAS) band; or

                (c)    a station that operates in the 26.5–31.3 GHz band;

is subject to the conditions in this Part relating to the operation of any point to multipoint station under the licence by the licensee.

7              Restrictions on communications

                The licensee of a fixed licence (point to multipoint station) must operate a fixed station only to communicate with other stations to which the licence relates.

8              Supplementary base stations

                If the licensee operates a supplementary base station, the licensee:

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

               (b)    must operate the station to transmit only using the receive or transmit frequencies specified on the licence for the base station; and

                (c)    must operate the station only to overcome deficiencies within the coverage area of the base station; and

               (d)    must not operate the station to extend the coverage area of the base station.

9              Remote stations

         (1)   For a remote station, the licensee:

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

               (b)    must operate the station to transmit to the base station or supplementary base station (if any) using the receive or transmit frequencies specified on the licence for the base station.

         (2)   The licensee must not operate a remote station for data transmission, telecommand or telemetry if:

                (a)    the duty cycle of the station is more than 1 in 30; or

               (b)    the duration of a transmission from the station is more than 2 seconds; or

                (c)    the minimum repetition interval of the station is less than 10 seconds.

         (3)   If the licensee operates a remote station for data transmission, telecommand or telemetry in accordance with column 2 of an item in Schedule 2, the licensee must operate the station using the transmitter output power mentioned in column 3 of the item.

         (4)   The licensee may operate a remote station for purposes other than data transmission, telecommand or telemetry if it is operated:

                (a)    using the maximum transmitter output power specified on the licence; or

               (b)    if no power is specified on the licence — using a maximum transmitter output power of 1 watt at the antenna input.

         (5)   If a remote station is located in 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.

10            Remote control stations

         (1)   If the licensee operates a remote control station, the licensee:

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

               (b)    must operate the station to transmit to the base station or supplementary base station (if any) using the receive or transmit frequencies specified on the licence for the base station; and

                (c)    must not operate the station unless it is operated using a maximum transmitter output power not exceeding 1 watt at the antenna input.

         (2)   If the licensee operates a remote control station for data transmission, telecommand or telemetry, the licensee must operate the station using a transmitter output power that does not exceed the power necessary to achieve a wanted receive signal level of 10 dB above the input signal level required to achieve a bit error ratio of 1 in 1000 at the base station.

         (3)   If a remote control station is located in 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.

11            Short range communications

         (1)   This section applies if a licensee of a fixed licence (point to multipoint station) operates a fixed station to communicate with another station not more than 100 metres from it.

         (2)   The licensee must operate the fixed station:

                (a)    in a manner that ensures that any transmitter or receiver conducted spurious power is less than minus 45 dBm; and

               (b)    using an external antenna located not more than 10 metres above ground level; and

                (c)    in a manner that ensures that the transmitter noise power does not exceed minus 60 dBm in a 10 kHz bandwidth at an offset that is at least 300 kHz from the frequency specified on the licence.

         (3)   If the licensee operates the fixed station in a temperature range of 0–40 degrees centigrade (inclusive), the licensee must operate the station using adjacent channel power not exceeding minus 30 dBm in a 10 kHz bandwidth that is centred in the upper or lower 12.5 kHz channel adjoining the bandwidth specified on the licence.

 

Part 3A         Conditions for fixed licences (point to multipoint station) used to provide distance education services

11A         Conditions

                For paragraph 107 (1) (f) of the Act, every fixed licence (point to multipoint station) for a station used to provide distance education services is subject to the conditions in this Part and Parts 3B and 3C that are applicable to the licence.

11B         Transmitter output power

                The licensee of a fixed licence (point to multipoint station) must not operate a station authorised under the licence at a transmitter output power greater than the power sufficient to achieve efficient communications.

Note   Section 18 imposes a further restriction on the level of power used to operate a remote station authorised under a fixed licence (point to multipoint station).

11C         Restrictions on communications

                The licensee of a fixed licence (point to multipoint station) must only operate a fixed station authorised under the licence:

                (a)    to communicate with other stations to which the licence relates; or

               (b)    if no other satisfactory means of communication is available, to transmit or receive messages in relation to distress or emergency situations.

11D         Call signs

                When operating a station authorised under a fixed licence (point to multipoint station), the licensee must:

                (a)    use:

                          (i)    the call sign allocated by the ACMA; 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 3B         Conditions for fixed licences (point to multipoint) medium frequency (MF) and high frequency (HF) stations

11E         Technical performance of MF and HF base stations

         (1)   Subsection (2) applies to a base station authorised under a fixed licence (point to multipoint station) if the station:

                (a)    is operating in MF or HF bands; and

               (b)    is operating single sideband suppressed carrier radiotelephony equipment.

         (2)   The station must comply with the requirements of the edition of a document mentioned in Schedule 2A applying to the station that was:

                (a)    last published before the station was manufactured in, or imported into, Australia; and

               (b)    in force at the time of manufacture or importation.

11F         Technical performance of MF and HF remote stations

         (1)   Subsection (2) applies to a remote station authorised under a fixed licence (point to multipoint station) if the station:

                (a)    is operating in MF or HF bands; and

               (b)    is operating single sideband suppressed carrier radiotelephony equipment.

         (2)   The station must comply with the requirements of the edition of a document mentioned in Schedule 2A applying to the station that was:

                (a)    last published before the station was manufactured in, or imported into, Australia; and

               (b)    in force at the time of manufacture or importation.

11G         Transmitter output power for MF and HF remote stations

         (1)   Subsection (2) applies to a remote station authorised under a fixed licence (point to multipoint station) if the station:

                (a)    is operating in MF or HF bands; and

               (b)    is operating single sideband suppressed carrier radiotelephony equipment.

         (2)   The station must not be operated using transmitter output power of more than 100 watts pX.

11H         Additional conditions for MF and HF remote stations

         (1)   Subsection (2) applies to a remote station authorised under a fixed licence (point to multipoint station) if the station:

                (a)    is operating in MF or HF bands; and

               (b)    is operating single sideband suppressed carrier radiotelephony equipment.

         (2)   The station must not be operated:

                (a)    if operation of the station would cause harmful interference to a service provided by another station; or

               (b)    to transmit to the base station unless it uses a frequency specified in the licence for the base station.

 

Part 3C         Conditions for fixed licences (point to multipoint) very high frequency (VHF) stations

11I           Technical performance for VHF base stations

         (1)   Subsection (2) applies to a base station authorised under a fixed licence (point to multipoint station) if the station:

                (a)    is operating in VHF bands; and

               (b)    is operating VHF radiotelephony equipment.

         (2)   The station must comply with the requirements of the edition of a document mentioned in Schedule 2B applying to the station that was:

                (a)    last published before the station was manufactured in, or imported into, Australia; and

               (b)    in force at the time of manufacture or importation.

11J         VHF supplementary base stations

         (1)   Subsection (2) applies to a supplementary base station authorised under a fixed licence (point to multipoint station) if the station:

                (a)    is operating in VHF bands; and

               (b)    is operating VHF radiotelephony equipment.

         (2)   The station must not be operated:

                (a)    if its operation would cause harmful interference to the service provided by another station; and

               (b)    unless it uses a frequency specified in the licence of the base station; and

                (c)    unless it is used to overcome a deficiency within the coverage area of the base station.

11K         Additional conditions for VHF remote stations

         (1)   Subsections (2) and (3) apply to a remote station authorised under a fixed licence (point to multipoint station) if the station:

                (a)    is operating in VHF bands; and

               (b)    is operating VHF radiotelephony equipment.

         (2)   The station must not be operated if its operation causes harmful interference to a service provided by another station.

         (3)   The station must not transmit to a base station or supplementary base station (if any) unless the transmission uses a frequency specified in the licence for the base station.

11L         VHF remote control stations

         (1)   Subsections (2) and (3) apply to a remote control station authorised under a fixed licence (point to multipoint station) if the station:

                (a)    is operating in VHF bands; and

               (b)    is operating VHF radiotelephony equipment.

         (2)   The station must not be operated:

                (a)    if its operation would cause harmful interference to a service provided by another station; and

               (b)    unless it uses a frequency specified in the licence for the base station; and

                (c)    if the maximum transmitter output power exceeds 1 watt at the antenna input.

         (3)   If the station is located in a town:

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

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

 

Part 3E         Conditions for fixed licences (point to multipoint station) for stations that operate in wireless access services (WAS) bands

11R         Conditions

                For paragraph 107 (1) (f) of the Act, every fixed licence (point to multipoint station) for a station that operates in a wireless access services (WAS) band is subject to the conditions in this Part.

11S         Remote stations

                If the station is a remote station, the licensee:

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

               (b)    must operate the station to transmit to the base station using the receive or transmit frequencies specified on the licence for the base station.

11T         Adjacent channel interference

         (1)   If the station is a base station that operates using time division duplex, the licensee:

                (a)    must not cause harmful interference to a base station receiver operating on an adjacent channel that:

                          (i)    operates using time division duplex; and

                         (ii)    is operated in accordance with its licence; or

               (b)    cannot claim protection from harmful interference caused by a base station operating on an adjacent channel that:

                          (i)    operates using time division duplex; and

                         (ii)    is operated in accordance with its licence.

         (2)   The licensee is taken to have complied with subsection (1) in relation to another licensee if the licensees:

                (a)    align transmission and reception timing as soon as practicable to avoid the interference; or

               (b)    make other arrangements that avoid the interference.

         (3)   In this section:

adjacent channel, in relation to a licence, means a frequency band that:

                (a)    is within a wireless access services (WAS) band; and

               (b)    is immediately adjacent to the frequency band to which the licence relates.

11U         Adaptive transmit power control

                The licensee must use adaptive transmit power control on each station that is authorised to be operated under the licence.

 

Part 3F          Conditions for fixed licences (point to multipoint station) for stations that operate in the 26.5–31.3 GHz band

 

11V         Conditions

 

                For paragraph 107(1)(f) of the Act, every fixed licence (point to multipoint station) for a station that operates in the 26.5–31.3 GHz band is subject to the conditions in this Part.

 

11W        Remote stations

 

                If the station is a remote station, the licensee:

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

                (b)    must operate the station to transmit to the base station using the receive or transmit frequencies specified on the licence for the base station.

 


11X            Adaptive transmit power control

 

                The licensee must use adaptive transmit power control on each station that is authorised to be operated under the licence.

 

Part 4                    Conditions for fixed licence (sound outside broadcast station)

12            Conditions

                For paragraph 107 (1) (f) of the Act, every fixed licence (sound outside broadcast station) is subject to the conditions in this Part relating to the operation of any sound outside broadcast station under the licence by the licensee.

13            Harmful interference

                The licensee must not operate a sound outside broadcast station if its operation causes harmful interference to a service provided by another station.

Note   All licensees of sound outside broadcast stations operating in the same coverage area share the frequencies specified in their licence.

 

Part 5            Conditions for fixed licence (television outside broadcast station)

14            Conditions

                For paragraph 107 (1) (f) of the Act, every fixed licence (television outside broadcast station) is subject to the conditions in this Part relating to the operation of any television outside broadcast station under the licence by the licensee.

15            Harmful interference

                The licensee must not operate a television outside broadcast station if its operation causes harmful interference to a service provided by another station.

Note   The licensee may operate 1 television outside broadcast station under the licence, in the area specified in the licence.

 

Part 6            Fixed licence (television outside broadcast network station)

16            Conditions

                For paragraph 107 (1) (f) of the Act, every fixed licence (television outside broadcast network station) is subject to the conditions in this Part relating to the operation of any television outside broadcast network station under the licence by the licensee.

Note   The licensee may operate 1 or more television outside broadcast network stations under the licence.

17            Harmful interference

                The licensee must not operate a television outside broadcast network station if its operation causes harmful interference to a service provided by another station.

 

Part 7            Conditions for fixed licence (television outside broadcast system station)

21            Conditions

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

22            Harmful interference

                The licensee must not operate a television outside broadcast system station if its operation causes harmful interference to a service provided by another station.

Note   The licensee may operate 1 or more television outside broadcast system stations under the licence, in the area specified in the licence.


Schedule 1            Requirements for the antenna of a point to point station

(subsection 5 (1))

  

 

Column 1

Item no.

Column 2

Frequency of point to point station


(MHz)

Column 3

Maximum beam width of antenna in E‑plane

(degrees)

Column 4

Minimum front/back ratio of antenna

(dB)

Column 5

Mid band gain of antenna



(dBi)

Column 6

Example of suitable antenna

1

148‑174

44

20

12

6 element Yagi antenna

2

403‑520

36

17

13

9 element Yagi antenna

3

820‑960

30

20

16

15 element Yagi antenna

Note   The maximum beam width of an antenna is measured between the 3 dB points.

Schedule 2            Transmitter power levels for a remote station

(subsection 9 (3))

  

 

Column 1

Item no.

Column 2

Operation of station

Column 3

Power levels

1

The station is operated to transmit on the frequency band 451.5‑452.5 MHz or 853.5‑854.0 MHz

Transmitter output power must not exceed 5 watts at the antenna input

3

The station is operated to transmit on any other frequency band

Transmitter output power must not exceed 1 watt at the antenna input

Schedule 2A         Fixed licence (point to multipoint stations) providing distance education services (MF and HF stations) — specification documents

(sections 11E and 11F)

Part 1          209 Series documents

 

Item

Description of document

1

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

2

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

3

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

4

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

5

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

Part 2                      210 Series documents

 

Item

Description of document

1

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

2

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

3

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

4

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

5

Equipment specification for low powered portable and mobile MF and HF equipment in land mobile services (also known as DOC 210), published by the Department of Transport and Communications in October 1988

Schedule 2B         Fixed licence (point to multipoint stations) providing distance education services (VHF stations) — specification documents

(section 11I)

  

 

Item

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

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

12

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 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

18

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

19

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

20

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

21

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

22

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

23

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


Notes to the Radiocommunications Licence Conditions (Fixed Licence) Determination 1997

Note 1

The Radiocommunications Licence Conditions (Fixed Licence) Determination 1997 (in force under paragraph 107(1)(f) of the Radiocommunications Act 1992) as shown in this compilation is amended as indicated in the Tables below.

Table of Instruments

Title

Date of notification
in Gazette or FRLI registration

Date of
commencement

Application, saving or
transitional provisions

Radiocommunications Licence Conditions (Fixed Licence) Determination 1997

14 May 1997 (see Gazette 1997, No. GN19)

14 May 1997

 

Radiocommunications Licence Conditions (Fixed Licence) Amendment Determination 2000 (No. 1)

3 May 2000 (see Gazette 2000, No. GN17)

3 May 2000

Radiocommunications Licence Conditions (Fixed Licence) Amendment Determination 2000 (No. 2)

1 Nov 2000 (see Gazette 2000, No. GN43)

4 Dec 2000

Radiocommunications Licence Conditions (Fixed Licence) Amendment Determination 2001 (No. 1)

24 Oct 2001 (see Gazette 2001, No. GN42)

24 Oct 2001

Radiocommunications Licence Conditions (Fixed Licence) Amendment Determination 2005 (No. 1)

26 Apr 2005 (see F2005L00967)

27 Apr 2005

Radiocommunications Licence Conditions (Fixed Licence) Amendment Determination 2005 (No. 2)

17 June 2005 (see F2005L01550)

18 June 2005

Radiocommunications Licence Conditions (Fixed Licence) Amendment Determination 2009 (No. 1)

18 Sept 2009 (see F2009L03578)

19 Sept 2009

Radiocommunications (26.5-31.3 GHz Band) Reform Instrument 2013

13 Dec 2013 (see F2013L02100)

1 February 2014

Table of Amendments

ad. = added or inserted      am. = amended      rep. = repealed      rs. = repealed and substituted

Provision affected

How affected

Part 1

 

S. 1.........................................

rs. 2000 No. 1

S. 2.........................................

rs. 2000 No. 1

 

am. 2000 No. 2; 2005 No. 1; 2009 No. 1; 2013

S. 3.........................................

rs. 2000 No. 1

 

am. 2009 No. 1; 2013

Note to s. 3............................

rs. 2000 No. 2

Part 2

 

S. 4.........................................

am. 2000 No. 1

Part 3

 

Heading to Part 3.................

rs. 2000 No. 2; 2005 Nos. 1 and 2; 2009 No. 1; 2013

S. 6.........................................

am. 2000 Nos. 1 and 2; 2005 No. 1

 

rs. 2005 No. 2

 

am. 2009 No. 1; 2013

S. 9.........................................

am. 2000 No. 1

S. 10.......................................

am. 2000 No. 1

Part 3A

 

Part 3A...................................

ad. 2000 No. 2

S. 11A....................................

ad. 2000 No. 2

S. 11B....................................

ad. 2000 No. 2

S. 11C....................................

ad. 2000 No. 2

S. 11D....................................

ad. 2000 No. 2

 

am. 2009 No. 1

Part 3B

 

Part 3B...................................

ad. 2000 No. 2

S. 11E....................................

ad. 2000 No. 2

S. 11F.....................................

ad. 2000 No. 2

S. 11G....................................

ad. 2000 No. 2

S. 11H....................................

ad. 2000 No. 2

Part 3C

 

Part 3C...................................

ad. 2000 No. 2

S. 11I......................................

ad. 2000 No. 2

S. 11J.....................................

ad. 2000 No. 2

S. 11K....................................

ad. 2000 No. 2

S. 11L.....................................

ad. 2000 No. 2

Part 3D

 

Part 3D...................................

ad. 2005 No. 1

rep. 2013

S. 11M....................................

ad. 2005 No. 1

 

am. 2005 Nos. 1 and 2; 2009 No. 1

S. 11N....................................

ad. 2005 No. 1

S. 11O....................................

ad. 2005 No. 1

 

am. 2005 No. 2; 2009 No. 1

S. 11P....................................

ad. 2005 No. 1

S. 11Q....................................

am. 2009 No. 1

Part 3E

 

Part 3E...................................

ad. 2009 No. 1

S. 11R....................................

ad. 2009 No. 1

S. 11S....................................

ad. 2009 No. 1

S. 11T.....................................

ad. 2009 No. 1

S. 11U....................................

ad. 2009 No. 1

Part 3F

 

Part 3F...................................

ad. 2013

S. 11V....................................

ad. 2013

S. 11W...................................

ad. 2013

S. 11X....................................

ad. 2013

Part 4

 

Part 4......................................

ad. 2000 No. 1

S. 12.......................................

ad. 2000 No. 1

S. 13.......................................

ad. 2000 No. 1

Part 5

 

Part 5......................................

ad. 2000 No. 1

S. 14.......................................

ad. 2000 No. 1

S. 15.......................................

ad. 2000 No. 1

Part 6

 

Part 6......................................

ad. 2000 No. 1

S. 16.......................................

ad. 2000 No. 1

Note to s. 16..........................

ad. 2001 No. 1

S. 17.......................................

ad. 2000 No. 1

S. 18.......................................

ad. 2000 No. 1

 

rep. 2001 No. 1

S. 19.......................................

ad. 2000 No. 1

 

rep. 2001 No. 1

S. 20.......................................

ad. 2000 No. 1

 

rep. 2001 No. 1

Part 7

 

Part 7......................................

ad. 2000 No. 1

S. 21.......................................

ad. 2000 No. 1

S. 22.......................................

ad. 2000 No. 1

Schedule 2

 

Schedule 2............................

am. 2000 No. 1

Schedule 2A

 

Schedule 2A.........................

ad. 2000 No. 2

Schedule 2B

 

Schedule 2B.........................

ad. 2000 No. 2

Schedule 3

 

Schedule 3............................

ad. 2000 No. 1

 

rep. 2001 No. 1

 

ad. 2005 No.1

rep. 2013