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Australian Radiofrequency Spectrum Plan 2017

Authoritative Version
Plans/Communications as made
This instrument divides the radiofrequency spectrum into frequency bands and specifies the purposes for which those bands may be used.
Administered by: Communications and the Arts
Registered 20 Dec 2016
Tabling HistoryDate
Tabled HR07-Feb-2017
Tabled Senate07-Feb-2017

 

 

Australian Radiofrequency Spectrum Plan 2017

 

The Australian Communications and Media Authority makes the following Spectrum Plan under section 30 of the Radiocommunications Act 1992.

Dated15 December 2016

Richard Bean
[signed]
Member

Anita Jacoby
[signed]
Member/General Manager

 

Australian Communications and Media Authority

 


Contents

Part 1   Introductory................................................................................................ 3

1.      Name of Spectrum Plan................................................................................. 3

2.      Commencement............................................................................................... 3

2A.    Revocation........................................................................................................ 3

3.      Definitions......................................................................................................... 3

4.      Division of the spectrum into frequency bands.......................................... 9

5.      How the Table refers to services................................................................... 10

6.      Primary and secondary services – frequency band plans....................... 10

7.      Primary services – spectrum licences.......................................................... 10

8.      Use of frequency bands – general............................................................... 11

9.      Use of frequency bands – spectrum licensing and class licensing....... 11

10.    Use of frequency bands – other circumstances......................................... 11

11.    Harmful interference – general..................................................................... 12

12.    Harmful interference – secondary services................................................ 13

13.    Interpretation of the Table.............................................................................. 13

Part 2   Table of Frequency Band Allocations................................................. 15

Part 3   Australian Footnotes................................................................................ 95

Part 4   International Footnotes........................................................................... 101

 


·                         

Part 1            Introductory

1          Name of Spectrum Plan

            This Spectrum Plan is the Australian Radiofrequency Spectrum Plan 2017.

2          Commencement

            This Spectrum Plan commences on 1 January 2017.

Note       All legislative instruments and compilations are registered on the Federal Register of Legislation kept under the Legislation Act 2003.  See http://www.legislation.gov.au.

2A       Revocation

The Australian Radiofrequency Spectrum Plan 2013 [F2012L02523] is revoked.

3          Definitions

(1)        In this Spectrum Plan:

Act means the Radiocommunications Act 1992.

administration means a government or public authority of a country that is responsible for giving effect to the obligations of the country as an ITU member.

Note   The ACMA is the Australian administration for radiocommunications.

aeronautical mobile (OR) service means an aeronautical mobile service for communications, including those relating to flight coordination, primarily outside national or international civil air routes.

aeronautical mobile (R) service means an aeronautical mobile service that is reserved for communications relating to the safety and regularity of flight, primarily along national or international civil air routes.

aeronautical mobile‑satellite (OR) service means an aeronautical mobile‑satellite service for communications, including those relating to flight coordination, primarily outside national and international civil air routes.

aeronautical mobile‑satellite (R) service means an aeronautical mobile‑satellite service that is reserved for communications relating to the safety and regularity of flight, primarily along national or international civil air routes.

Note   In the definitions of aeronautical mobile (OR) service, aeronautical mobile (R) service, aeronautical mobile‑satellite (OR) service and aeronautical mobile‑satellite (R) service, (OR) means off‑route and (R) means route.

aeronautical mobile‑satellite service means a mobile‑satellite service in which:

            (a)        mobile earth stations are located on aircraft; and

(b)        survival craft stations and emergency position‑indicating radiobeacon stations may participate.

aeronautical mobile service means any of the following mobile services:

(a)        a mobile service, between aeronautical stations and aircraft stations, in which:

                         (i)        survival craft stations may participate; and

                         (ii)       emergency position‑indicating radiobeacon stations may participate on designated distress and emergency frequencies;

(b)        a mobile service, between aircraft stations, in which:

                         (i)        survival craft stations may participate; and

                        (ii)        emergency position‑indicating radiobeacon stations may participate on designated distress and emergency frequencies.

aeronautical radionavigation service means a radionavigation service for the benefit and safe operation of aircraft.

amateur‑satellite service means a radiocommunication service using space stations on Earth satellites for an amateur service.

amateur service means a radiocommunication service for self‑training in, intercommunication using, and technical investigation into, radiocommunications by individuals who:

            (a)       are licensed under the Act to do so; and

            (b)       do so solely with a personal aim; and

            (c)       do not have a pecuniary interest in doing so.

assignment means an identification by the ACMA, or a person authorised by the ACMA, of:

            (a)       one or more frequencies as being suitable for use by a device, subject to particular conditions; or

            (b)       one or more frequency channels as being suitable for use by a device, subject to particular conditions.

atmospheric and ionospheric sounder means a station that uses radio waves to determine the physical characteristics of the atmosphere and the ionosphere.

Australian footnote reference means the combination of the letters ‘AUS’ and a number, that refers to an item in Part 3.

broadcasting‑satellite service means a broadcasting service transmitted by means of one or more space stations.

broadcasting service means a radiocommunication service that delivers radio programs or television programs to persons having equipment that may receive the service, but does not include the following services:

            (a)       a service (including a teletext service) that transmits data only, with or without associated still images;

            (b)       a service (including a teletext service) that transmits text only, with or without associated still images;

            (c)       a service that makes programs available on demand on a point‑to‑point basis, including a dial‑up service;

            (d)       a service that the Minister determines by notice in the Gazette not to be a broadcasting service within the meaning of the Broadcasting Services Act 1992.

communication includes communication:

            (a)       between:

                         (i)        persons; or

                        (ii)        things; or

                       (iii)        persons and things; and

            (b)       in any form, or combination of forms, including the following:

                         (i)        speech, music or other sounds;

                        (ii)        data;

                       (iii)        text;

                       (iv)        visual images, whether or not animated;

                        (v)        signals.

earth exploration‑satellite service:

            (a)       means a radiocommunication service (that may include links between space stations) between earth stations and one or more space stations:

                         (i)        by which information relating to the characteristics of the Earth and its natural phenomena is obtained from active or passive sensors on Earth satellites; and

                        (ii)        by which similar information is collected from airborne or Earth‑based platforms; and

                       (iii)        by which the information may be distributed to earth stations participating in the service; and

                       (iv)        by which platform interrogation may be carried out; and

            (b)       includes any feeder link necessary for the operation of the service.

emergency position‑indicating radiobeacon station means a station in the mobile service the emissions of which are intended to assist search and rescue operations.

experimental station means a station (except an amateur station) that uses radio waves in experiments for the development of science or technique.

feeder link means a radio link:

            (a)       that involves an earth station at a particular fixed point, or at a fixed point within a particular area; and

            (b)       that is for the use of a space radiocommunication service other than a fixed‑satellite service; and

            (c)       that is:

                         (i)        from an earth station of the kind mentioned in paragraph (a) to a space station; or

                        (ii)        from a space station to an earth station of the kind mentioned in paragraph (a).

fixed‑satellite service means a radiocommunication service, including any feeder link that is necessary for the operation of another space radiocommunication service, with the following characteristics:

            (a)       the service is between earth stations at particular fixed points, or at fixed points within particular areas;

            (b)       the service uses:

                          (i)       one or more satellites; and

                         (ii)       a satellite‑to‑satellite link (if any) that may use the inter‑satellite service.

fixed service means a radiocommunication service between particular fixed points.

frequency band includes part of a frequency band that is specified in column 2 of the Table.

frequency channel means a sub‑band that:

            (a)       is in a frequency band; and

            (b)       has a particular centre frequency.

harmful interference means interference that:

            (a)       endangers the functioning of a radionavigation service or other safety services that are operating in accordance with:

                          (i)       the Radio Regulations; or

                         (ii)       this Spectrum Plan; or

            (b)       obstructs, repeatedly interrupts or seriously degrades a radiocommunication service that is operating in accordance with:

                          (i)       the Radio Regulations; or

                         (ii)       this Spectrum Plan.

high altitude platform station means a station located on an object at an altitude of between 20 and 50 km, that is above a particular nominal place on the Earth’s surface.

industrial, scientific and medical (ISM) applications means the operation of a device or equipment that is designed to generate and apply locally radio frequency energy, except for telecommunications.

Examples of equipment used in ISM applications for industrial, scientific, medical and domestic purposes

·            plastic welders

·            chemical analysis equipment

·            medical diathermy equipment

·            microwave ovens.

international footnote reference means a number, or the combination of a number and a letter, that refers to an item in Part 4.

inter‑satellite service means a radiocommunication service providing links between artificial satellites.

ITU means the International Telecommunication Union.

land mobile‑satellite service means a mobile‑satellite service in which mobile earth stations are located on land.

land mobile service means a mobile service:

            (a)       between base stations and land mobile stations; or

            (b)       between land mobile stations.

maritime mobile‑satellite service means a mobile‑satellite service in which:

            (a)       mobile earth stations are located on ships; and

            (b)       survival craft stations and emergency position‑indicating radiobeacon stations may participate.

maritime mobile service means any of the following mobile services:

            (a)       a mobile service, between coast stations and ship stations, in which survival craft stations and emergency position‑indicating radiobeacon stations may participate;

            (b)       a mobile service, between ship stations, in which survival craft stations and emergency position‑indicating radiobeacon stations may participate;

            (c)       a mobile service, between associated on‑board communications stations (whether or not the stations are operated on ships), in which survival craft stations and emergency position‑indicating radiobeacon stations may participate.

maritime radionavigation service means a radionavigation service for the benefit and safe operation of ships.

meteorological aids service means a radiocommunication service for meteorological (including hydrological) observations and exploration.

meteorological‑satellite service means an earth exploration‑satellite service that is used for meteorological purposes.

mobile‑satellite service means any of the following radiocommunications services, including any feeder link that is necessary for the operation of the service:

            (a)       a radiocommunication service between one or more mobile earth stations and one or more space stations;

            (b)       a radiocommunication service between space stations used by the service;

            (c)       a radiocommunication service between mobile earth stations by means of one or more space stations.

mobile service means a radiocommunication service:

            (a)       between mobile stations and land stations; or

            (b)       between mobile stations.

offshore area has the same meaning as in the Offshore Minerals Act 1994.

program, in relation to a broadcasting service, means:

            (a)       matter the primary purpose of which is to entertain, to educate or to inform an audience; or

            (b)       advertising or sponsorship matter, whether or not of a commercial kind.

public correspondence means any telecommunication:

            (a)       that is accepted for transmission by a station because the station is available for use by the public; or

            (b)       that is accepted for transmission by a person or body because the person or body is obliged to accept the telecommunication from the public for transmission.

radio astronomy means astronomy based on the reception of radio waves of cosmic origin.

radio astronomy service means a radiocommunication service that is used for radio astronomy.

radiodetermination means either or both of the following, carried out on the basis of the propagation properties of radio waves:

            (a)       determining the position, velocity or other characteristics of an object;

            (b)       obtaining information about those characteristics.

radiodetermination‑satellite service:

            (a)       means a radiocommunication service involving the use of one or more space stations for radiodetermination; and

            (b)       includes any feeder link necessary for the operation of the service.

radiodetermination service means a radiocommunication service that is used for radiodetermination.

radiolocation means radiodetermination that is used for a purpose other than radionavigation.

radiolocation‑satellite service:

            (a)       means a radiodetermination‑satellite service that is used for radiolocation; and

            (b)        includes any feeder link necessary for the operation of the service.radiolocation service means a radiodetermination service that is used for radiolocation.

radionavigation means radiodetermination used for navigation or obstruction warning.

radionavigation‑satellite service:

            (a)       means a radiodetermination‑satellite service used for radionavigation; and

            (b)        includes any feeder link necessary for the operation of the serviceradionavigation service means a radiodetermination service for the purpose of radionavigation.

Radio Regulations means the document:

            (a)       titled ‘Radio Regulations’ as existing from time to time; and

            (b)       published by the ITU.

Note   The Radio Regulations published by the ITU are not regulations made by the Governor‑General under the Act.

radio waves means electromagnetic waves of frequencies less than 420 THz that are propagated in space without an artificial guide.

reflecting satellite means a satellite that is intended to reflect radiocommunication signals.

safety service means a radiocommunication service used at any time for the safeguarding of human life or property.

satellite means a body that:

            (a)       revolves around another body of preponderant mass; and

            (b)       has a motion primarily and permanently determined by the force of attraction of the other body.

service means a service mentioned in column 2 of the Table.

Note   Any service mentioned in column 1 of the Table is specified in the Radio Regulations and may be defined differently to a service of the same name in column 2 of the Table.

space operation service means a radiocommunication service that operates only for purposes relating to the operation of spacecraft, in particular:

            (a)       space tracking; and

            (b)       space telemetry; and

            (c)       space telecommand.

Note   The functions mentioned above will normally be provided within the service in which the space station is operating.

space radiocommunication means radiocommunication using one or more space stations, reflecting satellites or other objects in space.

space research service means a radiocommunication service in which spacecraft or other objects in space are used for scientific or technological research.

space station means a station on an object that is beyond, is intended to go beyond or has been beyond the major portion of the Earth’s atmosphere.

specified service means a service that uses the frequency band, mentioned in column 2 of the Table, that is allocated for the service.

standard frequency and time signal‑satellite service:

            (a)       means a standard frequency and time signal service that uses space stations on Earth satellites; and

            (b)       includes any feeder link necessary for the operation of the service.

standard frequency and time signal service means a radiocommunication service that involves transmission of specified frequencies or time signals of a stated high precision for general reception.

survival craft station means a mobile station in the maritime mobile service or the aeronautical mobile service that is:

            (a)       intended only for use for survival purposes; and

            (b)       located on a lifeboat, life‑raft or other survival equipment.

Table means the Table of Frequency Band Allocations in Part 2.

telecommunications means communications carried by electromagnetic energy that is guided, unguided, or both guided and unguided.

terrestrial radiocommunication means radiocommunication other than space radiocommunication or radio astronomy.

tropospheric scatter system means a system of communicating using radio waves that are propagated by scattering as a result of irregularities or discontinuities in the physical properties of the troposphere.

unspecified service means a service that uses a frequency band, mentioned in column 2 of the Table, that is not allocated for the service.

(2)        If an expression is defined in this Spectrum Plan, and different words are used to define the expression in the Radio Regulations, the expression is not taken to have a different meaning if the words used in both documents appear to express the same idea.

(3)        If an expression is not defined in this Spectrum Plan, the expression has the meaning given by:

            (a)       if the expression is defined in the Radiocommunications Regulations 1993 — those Regulations; or

            (b)       if the expression is defined in the Radiocommunications (Interpretation) Determination 2015 — that Determination.

(4)        In this Spectrum Plan, a reference to a radiocommunication service is a reference to a radiocommunication service for terrestrial radiocommunication, unless another kind of radiocommunication is specified.

(5)        Notes to provisions of this Spectrum Plan, except the notes described as Australian or International footnotes in Part 3 or 4, are included for information only and are not part of the Spectrum Plan.

(6)        In this instrument, unless the contrary intention appears, a reference to another legislative instrument is a reference to that other legislative instrument as in force from time to time.

Note 1  For references to Commonwealth Acts, see section 10 of the Acts Interpretation Act 1901; and see also subsection 13(1) of the Legislation Act 2003 for the application of the Acts Interpretation Act 1901 to legislative instruments.

Note 2  All Commonwealth Acts and legislative instruments are registered in the Federal Register of Legislation.

(7)        In this instrument, unless the contrary intention appears, a reference to an instrument or other writing (other than a legislative instrument) is a reference to that instrument or writing as existing from time to time.

4          Division of spectrum into frequency bands

For section 30 of the Act, the spectrum is divided into the frequency bands set out in column 2 of the Table.

Note   Column 1 of the Table is the Table of Frequency Allocations set out in the Radio Regulations, and is only included in the Table to allow for comparison with column 2.

5          How the Table refers to services

(1)        A primary service in a frequency band mentioned in column 2 of the Table is described by:

            (a)       an expression in upper case letters; and

            (b)       any related footnote reference.

Example

MOBILE.

(2)        If the expression is followed by words in lower case letters that describe a limitation, the primary service is limited in the manner described in the limitation.

Example

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile (R).

This means that an aeronautical mobile (R) service is not part of the primary MOBILE service.

(3)        A secondary service in a frequency band mentioned in column 2 of the Table is described by:

            (a)       an expression in lower case letters other than:

                       (i)          a limitation to a primary service; or

                     (ii)          words in parentheses describing an operational restriction, as mentioned in subsection (5); and

            (b)       any related footnote reference.

Example

Mobile.

(4)        If the expression is followed by words in lower case letters that describe a limitation, the secondary service is limited in the manner described in the limitation.

Example

Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R).

This means that an aeronautical mobile (R) service is not part of the secondary mobile service.

Note   Services are listed in the Table in an order consistent with the Radio Regulations. They are not listed to suggest any order of priority.

(5)        If a reference to a primary or secondary service in column 2 of the Table is immediately followed by words in parentheses describing an operational restriction, the service is restricted accordingly.

6          Primary and secondary services — frequency band plans

If a frequency band is specified, in column 2 of the Table, for a primary service, the frequency band may also be specified for a secondary service in a frequency band plan.

Note   See sections 5, 7 and 12 for provisions about primary service and secondary service.

7          Primary services — spectrum licences

A service operating under a spectrum licence is taken to be a primary service unless the spectrum licence specifies that it is a secondary service.

8          Use of frequency bands — general

If a frequency band is part of a frequency band plan, the frequency band must be used only:

            (a)       for the purpose specified in the frequency band plan; and

            (b)       in a way mentioned in section 9 or 10.

Note   A frequency band plan must not be inconsistent with the Spectrum Plan (see subsection 32 (3) of the Act).

9          Use of frequency bands — spectrum licensing and class licensing

(1)        A frequency band may be used for a service that:

            (a)       is operating in accordance with a spectrum licence; and

            (b)       is an unspecified service.

(2)        A frequency band may be used by a device that:

            (a)       is operating in accordance with a class licence; and

            (b)       is not consistent with a service specified in column 2 of the Table for the frequency band.

10        Use of frequency bands — other circumstances

(1)        A frequency band may be used for an unspecified service if the unspecified service uses the frequency band to support a specified service.

Example

A station in the land mobile service may communicate with stations of the aeronautical mobile service in a frequency band used for the aeronautical mobile service if the purpose of the station in the land mobile service is to support the aeronautical mobile service.

(2)        If the major usage of a station (the first station) is for a specified service, the frequency band allocated for that service may be used for an unspecified service that is:

            (a)       provided by the first station; or

            (b)       provided by another station and in support of a function of the first station.

Example

In column 2 of the Table, a frequency band is allocated to the meteorological‑satellite service. A space station in the meteorological‑satellite service uses that frequency band and receives meteorological information from buoys. This is the major usage of the station.

Under paragraph 10 (2) (a) the space station may also be used for radiodetermination of the positions of the buoys, although this would not be a specified service for the space station.

Under paragraph 10 (2) (b), the radiodetermination function of the space station could also be used to track an animal or vehicle carrying a transmitter. The use of this transmitter would also be permitted under paragraph 10 (2) (b).

(3)        If a frequency band may be used, in accordance with section 8, by a fixed service or a mobile service, the frequency band may also be used for a broadcasting service that is an unspecified service.

Note   It is the intention of the ACMA that a frequency band used, in accordance with subsection 10 (3), for a broadcasting service will be subject to the conditions that would apply to a specified service.

(4)        A frequency band may be used temporarily, or on a transitional basis, for an unspecified service, if the use of the band:

            (a)       is consistent with planning or preparation for a revision of this Spectrum Plan or a frequency band plan; or

            (b)       would assist the implementation of a frequency band plan.

(5)        A frequency band may be used by an experimental station of a specified or unspecified service, but that use must not cause harmful interference to a specified service for the frequency band.

(6)        A frequency band may be used by an atmospheric and ionospheric sounder of a specified or unspecified service, but that use must not cause harmful interference to a specified service for the frequency band.

(7)        A frequency band may be used for an unspecified service if the use of the service is in the public interest for defence or national security.

(8)        A frequency band may be used for a radio astronomy service if provision is made for that use in a frequency band plan.

(9)        A frequency band may be used by an earth receive station in a frequency band allocated for the fixed-satellite service (space-to-Earth) where that station is in motion, or in a stationary position at an unspecified point on land, on water or in the air.

(10)      A frequency band may be used for an unspecified service if, prior to that use, the ACMA, being satisfied that the unspecified service is unlikely to cause harmful interference to another service, has approved the unspecified service in writing and given notice of that approval on its website.

Note   The ACMA’s website is at: www.acma.gov.au.

11        Harmful interference — general

(1)        If this Spectrum Plan provides that the use of a frequency band by a service must not cause harmful interference to another service, the first‑mentioned service may not claim protection from harmful interference caused by the second‑mentioned service.

Note   This requirement appears in section 10 and some footnotes to the Table in Parts 3 and 4.

(2)        If this Spectrum Plan provides that a service that uses a frequency band may not claim protection from harmful interference caused by another service, the first‑mentioned service must not cause harmful interference to the second‑mentioned service.

(3)        If a frequency band is used by a service otherwise than in accordance with the Radio Regulations, the use of the frequency band by the service must not cause harmful interference to a station outside Australia operating in accordance with the Radio Regulations.

Note   As well as subsection 11 (3), the Radio Regulations set out requirements for the coordination or notification of services mentioned in those regulations.

(4)        If a frequency band is used by a service otherwise than in accordance with the Radio Regulations, the use of the frequency band by the service must not cause harmful interference to a transmitter or radiocommunications receiver, mentioned in subsection 23 (2) or (3) of the Act, operating in accordance with the Radio Regulations.

12        Harmful interference — secondary services

(1)        This section applies to a secondary service that uses a frequency band.

(2)        The secondary service must not cause harmful interference to a primary service using the frequency band, including a primary service that starts to use the frequency band after the secondary service starts.

(3)        The secondary service must not cause harmful interference to a situation, or an activity, that is exempt, under Division 4 of Part 1.4 of the Act, from the operation of the Act.

(4)        The secondary service cannot claim protection from harmful interference caused by a primary service using the frequency band, including a primary service that starts to use the frequency band after the secondary service starts.

(5)        The secondary service may claim protection from harmful interference caused by another secondary service that:

            (a)       is using the frequency band; and

            (b)       was licensed after the first‑mentioned secondary service.

Note 1    A service to which this Spectrum Plan applies may not claim protection from harmful interference caused by a situation, or an activity, that is exempt, under Division 4 of Part 1.4 of the Act, from the operation of the Act.

Note 2   Other levels of interference protection are, or may be, provided for under the Act.

13        Interpretation of the Table

(1)        For this Spectrum Plan, a frequency band is identified by the range of numbers that:

            (a)       is specified in a cell in column 2 of the Table; and

            (b)       immediately precedes the first reference in the cell to a service.

(2)        The range of numbers that identifies a frequency band:

            (a)       is expressed in kilohertz, megahertz or gigahertz, as the case requires; and

            (b)       includes the higher, but not the lower, number.

Note   The units to be used with a frequency band specified in a cell are the SI units used with the frequency band shown at the head of the page of the Table on which the cell appears, that is, ‘kHz’, ‘MHz’ or ‘GHz’. For example, ‘9‑14’ in column 2 of the Table:

(a)           is read as ‘the 9‑14 kilohertz frequency band’; and

(b)           refers to radio frequencies that exceed 9 kilohertz but do not exceed 14 kilohertz.

(3)        If an Australian footnote reference appears in a cell immediately after the description of a service, the operation of the service is subject to the condition or restriction specified in that footnote reference as set out in Part 3.

(4)        However, if an Australian footnote reference appears in a cell in another position, the use of a frequency band mentioned in the cell is subject to the condition or restriction specified in that footnote reference as set out in Part 3.

(5)        If an international footnote reference appears in a cell immediately after the description of a service, the operation of the service is subject to the condition or restriction specified in that footnote reference as set out in Part 4.

(6)        However, if an international footnote reference appears in a cell in another position, the use of a frequency band mentioned in the cell is subject to the condition or restriction specified in that footnote reference as set out in Part 4.


Part 2                 Part 2      Table of Frequency Band Allocations

 

kHz
8.3 – 90

Column 1: ITU Radio Regulations Table of Allocations

Column 2:

Region 1

Region 2

Region 3

Australian Table of Allocations

Below 8.3                                          (Not allocated)

                                                           

                                                            53  54

Below 8.3

(Not allocated)

53  54

8.3 – 9                                                METEOROLOGICAL AIDS  54A  54B  54C

8.3 – 9

METEOROLOGICAL AIDS  54A

9 – 11.3                                             METEOROLOGICAL AIDS  54A

                                                            RADIONAVIGATION

9 – 11.3

METEOROLOGICAL AIDS  54A

RADIONAVIGATION

11.3 – 14                                           RADIONAVIGATION

11.3 – 14

RADIONAVIGATION

14 – 19.95                                         FIXED

                                                            MARITIME MOBILE  57

                                                           

                                                            55  56

14 – 19.95

FIXED

MARITIME MOBILE  57

56  AUS101

19.95 – 20.05                                   STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL (20 kHz)

19.95 – 20.05

STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL (20 kHz)

20.05 – 70                                         FIXED

                                                            MARITIME MOBILE  57

                                                           

                                                            56  58

20.05 – 70

FIXED

MARITIME MOBILE  57

56  AUS101

70 – 72

RADIONAVIGATION  60

70 – 90

FIXED

MARITIME MOBILE  57

MARITIME RADIONAVIGATION  60

Radiolocation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

61

70 – 72

RADIONAVIGATION  60

Fixed

Maritime mobile  57

59

70 – 72

RADIONAVIGATION  60

Fixed

Maritime mobile  57

72 – 84

FIXED

MARITIME MOBILE  57

RADIONAVIGATION  60

56

72 – 84

FIXED

MARITIME MOBILE  57

RADIONAVIGATION  60

72 – 84

FIXED

MARITIME MOBILE  57

RADIONAVIGATION  60

84 – 86

RADIONAVIGATION  60

84 – 86

RADIONAVIGATION  60

Fixed

Maritime mobile  57

59

84 – 86

RADIONAVIGATION  60

Fixed

Maritime mobile  57

86 – 90

FIXED

MARITIME MOBILE  57

RADIONAVIGATION

56

86 – 90

FIXED

MARITIME MOBILE  57

RADIONAVIGATION  60

86 – 90

FIXED

MARITIME MOBILE  57

RADIONAVIGATION  60


kHz
90 – 137.8

Column 1: ITU Radio Regulations Table of Allocations

Column 2:

Region 1

Region 2

Region 3

Australian Table of Allocations

90 – 110                                            RADIONAVIGATION  62

                                                            Fixed

                                                           

                                                            64

90 – 110

RADIONAVIGATION  62

Fixed

64

110 – 112

FIXED

MARITIME MOBILE

RADIONAVIGATION

64

110 – 130

FIXED

MARITIME MOBILE

MARITIME RADIONAVIGATION  60

Radiolocation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

61  64

110 – 112

FIXED

MARITIME MOBILE

RADIONAVIGATION  60

64

110 – 112

FIXED

MARITIME MOBILE

RADIONAVIGATION  60

64

112 – 115

RADIONAVIGATION  60

112 – 117.6

RADIONAVIGATION  60

Fixed

Maritime mobile

 

 

64  65

112 – 117.6

RADIONAVIGATION  60

Fixed

Maritime mobile

 

 

64

115 – 117.6

RADIONAVIGATION  60

Fixed

Maritime mobile

64  66

117.6 – 126

FIXED

MARITIME MOBILE

RADIONAVIGATION  60

64

117.6 – 126

FIXED

MARITIME MOBILE

RADIONAVIGATION  60

64

117.6 – 126

FIXED

MARITIME MOBILE

RADIONAVIGATION  60

64

126 – 129

RADIONAVIGATION  60

126 – 129

RADIONAVIGATION  60

Fixed

Maritime mobile

64  65

126 – 129

RADIONAVIGATION  60

Fixed

Maritime mobile

64

129 – 130

FIXED

MARITIME MOBILE

RADIONAVIGATION  60

64

129 – 130

FIXED

MARITIME MOBILE

RADIONAVIGATION  60

64

129 – 130

FIXED

MARITIME MOBILE

RADIONAVIGATION  60

64

130 – 135.7

FIXED

MARITIME MOBILE

 

64  67

130 – 135.7

FIXED

MARITIME MOBILE

 

64

130 – 135.7

FIXED

MARITIME MOBILE

RADIONAVIGATION

64

130 – 135.7

FIXED

MARITIME MOBILE

RADIONAVIGATION

64

135.7 – 137.8

FIXED

MARITIME MOBILE

Amateur  67A

 

64  67  67B

135.7 – 137.8

FIXED

MARITIME MOBILE

Amateur  67A

 

64

135.7 – 137.8

FIXED

MARITIME MOBILE

RADIONAVIGATION

Amateur  67A

64  67B

135.7 – 137.8

FIXED

MARITIME MOBILE

RADIONAVIGATION

Amateur  67A

64  67B

 


kHz
137.8 – 325

Column 1: ITU Radio Regulations Table of Allocations

Column 2:

 

Region 1

Region 2

Region 3

Australian Table of Allocations

 

137.8 – 148.5

FIXED

MARITIME MOBILE

64  67

137.8 – 160

FIXED

MARITIME MOBILE

 

64

137.8 – 160

FIXED

MARITIME MOBILE

RADIONAVIGATION

64

137.8 – 160

FIXED

MARITIME MOBILE

RADIONAVIGATION

64

148.5 – 255

BROADCASTING

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

68  69  70

160 – 190

FIXED

160 – 190

FIXED

Aeronautical radionavigation

160 – 190

FIXED

Aeronautical radionavigation

 

190 – 200

         AERONAUTICAL RADIONAVIGATION

190 – 200

AERONAUTICAL RADIONAVIGATION  AUS49

 

200 – 275

AERONAUTICAL RADIONAVIGATION

Aeronautical mobile

200 – 285

AERONAUTICAL RADIONAVIGATION

Aeronautical mobile

200 – 285

AERONAUTICAL RADIONAVIGATION  AUS49

 

 

 

 

 

AUS68

255 – 283.5

BROADCASTING

AERONAUTICAL RADIONAVIGATION

70  71

275 – 285

AERONAUTICAL RADIONAVIGATION

Aeronautical mobile

Maritime radionavigation (radiobeacons)

283.5 – 315

AERONAUTICAL RADIONAVIGATION

MARITIME RADIONAVIGATION (radiobeacons)  73

 

 

 

74

285 – 315

         AERONAUTICAL RADIONAVIGATION

         MARITIME RADIONAVIGATION (radiobeacons)  73

285 – 315

AERONAUTICAL RADIONAVIGATION  AUS49

MARITIME RADIONAVIGATION (radiobeacons)  73

AUS68

 

315 – 325

AERONAUTICAL RADIONAVIGATION

Maritime radionavigation (radiobeacons)  73

 

 

75

315 – 325

MARITIME RADIONAVIGATION (radiobeacons)  73

Aeronautical radionavigation

315 – 325

AERONAUTICAL RADIONAVIGATION

MARITIME RADIONAVIGATION (radiobeacons)  73

315 – 325

AERONAUTICAL RADIONAVIGATION  AUS49

MARITIME RADIONAVIGATION (radiobeacons)  73

AUS68

 

 


kHz
325 – 505

Column 1: ITU Radio Regulations Table of Allocations

Column 2:

Region 1

Region 2

Region 3

Australian Table of Allocations

325 – 405

AERONAUTICAL RADIONAVIGATION

325 – 335

AERONAUTICAL RADIONAVIGATION

Aeronautical mobile

Maritime radionavigation (radiobeacons)

325 – 405

AERONAUTICAL RADIONAVIGATION

Aeronautical mobile

325 – 405

AERONAUTICAL RADIONAVIGATION AUS49

 

 

 

 

 

AUS68

335 – 405

AERONAUTICAL RADIONAVIGATION

Aeronautical mobile

405 – 415

RADIONAVIGATION  76

405 – 415

         RADIONAVIGATION  76

         Aeronautical mobile

405 – 415

RADIONAVIGATION  76

AUS68

415 – 435

MARITIME MOBILE  79

AERONAUTICAL RADIONAVIGATION

415 – 472

         MARITIME MOBILE  79

         Aeronautical radionavigation  77  80

        

        

        

        

        

         78  82

415 – 472

MARITIME MOBILE  79

AERONAUTICAL RADIONAVIGATION  77  AUS49

 

 

 

82  AUS68

435 – 472

MARITIME MOBILE  79

Aeronautical radionavigation  77

82

472 – 479                                          MARITIME MOBILE  79

                                                            Amateur  80A

                                                            Aeronautical radionavigation  77  80

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                            80B  82

472 – 479

MARITIME MOBILE  79

AERONAUTICAL RADIONAVIGATION  77  AUS49

Amateur  80A

82  AUS68

479 – 495

MARITIME MOBILE  79  79A

Aeronautical radionavigation  77

 

82

479 – 495

         MARITIME MOBILE  79  79A

         Aeronautical radionavigation  77  80

        

        

        

         82

479 – 495

MARITIME MOBILE  79  79A

AERONAUTICAL RADIONAVIGATION  77  AUS49

82  AUS68

495 – 505                                          MARITIME MOBILE

495 – 505

MARITIME MOBILE

 


kHz
505 – 1 800

Column 1: ITU Radio Regulations Table of Allocations

Column 2:

 

Region 1

Region 2

Region 3

Australian Table of Allocations

 

505 – 526.5

MARITIME MOBILE  79  79A  84

AERONAUTICAL RADIONAVIGATION

505 – 510

MARITIME MOBILE  79

505 – 526.5

MARITIME MOBILE  79  79A  84

AERONAUTICAL RADIONAVIGATION

Aeronautical mobile

Land mobile

505 – 526.5

MARITIME MOBILE  79  79A  84

AERONAUTICAL RADIONAVIGATION  AUS49

 

AUS68

 

510 – 525

MARITIME MOBILE  79A  84

AERONAUTICAL RADIONAVIGATION

 

525 – 535

BROADCASTING  86

AERONAUTICAL RADIONAVIGATION

526.5 – 1 606.5

BROADCASTING

 

 

 

 

 

87  87A

526.5 – 535

BROADCASTING

Mobile

88

526.5 – 535

BROADCASTING  AUS50

Fixed  AUS74

Mobile

 

535 – 1 605

BROADCASTING

535 – 1 606.5

BROADCASTING

535 – 1 606.5

BROADCASTING  AUS50

Fixed  AUS74

Mobile  AUS75

1 605 – 1 625

BROADCASTING  89

 

 

 

 

90

1 606.5 – 1 625

FIXED

MARITIME MOBILE  90

LAND MOBILE

92

1 606.5 – 1 800

FIXED

MOBILE

RADIOLOCATION

RADIONAVIGATION

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

91

1 606.5 – 1 800

FIXED

MOBILE

RADIOLOCATION

RADIONAVIGATION  AUS49

 

1 625 – 1 635

RADIOLOCATION

93

1 625 – 1 705

FIXED

MOBILE

BROADCASTING  89

Radiolocation

90

 

1 635 – 1 800

FIXED

MARITIME MOBILE  90

LAND MOBILE

 

 

 

 

92  96

1 705 – 1 800

FIXED

MOBILE

RADIOLOCATION

AERONAUTICAL RADIONAVIGATION

 

 


kHz
1 800 – 2 170

Column 1: ITU Radio Regulations Table of Allocations

Column 2:

 

Region 1

Region 2

Region 3

Australian Table of Allocations

 

1 800 – 1 810

RADIOLOCATION

93

1 800 – 1 850

AMATEUR

1 800 – 2 000

AMATEUR

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile

RADIONAVIGATION

Radiolocation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

97

1 800 – 1 825

AMATEUR

 

97

 

1 810 – 1 850

AMATEUR

98  99  100

1 825 – 1 875

RADIONAVIGATION

AMATEUR

Radiolocation

97

1 850 – 2 000

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

92  96  103

1 850 – 2 000

AMATEUR

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile

RADIOLOCATION

RADIONAVIGATION

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

102

1 875 – 1 925

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile

RADIONAVIGATION

Radiolocation

97

 

1 925 – 1 975

RADIONAVIGATION

Fixed

Mobile except aeronautical mobile

Radiolocation

97

 

1 975 – 2 000

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile

RADIONAVIGATION

Radiolocation

97

 

2 000 – 2 025

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile (R)

92  103

2 000 – 2 065

         FIXED

         MOBILE

2 000 – 2 065

FIXED

MOBILE

 

2 025 – 2 045

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile (R)

Meteorological aids  104

92  103

 

2 045 – 2 160

FIXED

MARITIME MOBILE

LAND MOBILE

 

92

2 065 – 2 107

         MARITIME MOBILE  105

         106

2 065 – 2 107

MARITIME MOBILE

106

 

2 107 – 2 170

         FIXED

         MOBILE

2 107 – 2 170

FIXED

MOBILE

2 160 – 2 170

RADIOLOCATION

93  107

 


kHz
2 170 – 3 155

Column 1: ITU Radio Regulations Table of Allocations

Column 2:

 

Region 1

Region 2

Region 3

Australian Table of Allocations

 

2 170 – 2 173.5                                MARITIME MOBILE

2 170 – 2 173.5

MARITIME MOBILE

 

2 173.5 – 2 190.5                            MOBILE (distress and calling)

                                                           

                                                           

                                                            108  109  110  111

2 173.5 – 2 190.5

MOBILE (distress and calling)

108  109  110  111

 

2 190.5 – 2 194                                MARITIME MOBILE

2 190.5 – 2 194

MARITIME MOBILE

 

2 194 – 2 300

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile (R)

92  103  112

2 194 – 2 300

         FIXED

         MOBILE

        

         112

2 194 – 2 300

FIXED

MOBILE

 

2 300 – 2 498

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile (R)

BROADCASTING  113

103

2 300 – 2 495

         FIXED

         MOBILE

         BROADCASTING  113

2 300 – 2 495

FIXED

MOBILE

BROADCASTING  113

 

2 495 – 2 501

         STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL (2 500 kHz)

2 495 – 2 501

STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL (2 500 kHz)

2 498 – 2 501

STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL (2 500 kHz)

 

2 501 – 2 502                                   STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL

                                                            Space research

2 501 – 2 502

STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL

Space research

 

2 502 – 2 625

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile (R)

92  103  114

2 502 – 2 505

         STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL

2 502 – 2 505

STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL

 

2 505 – 2 850

         FIXED

         MOBILE

2 505 – 2 850

FIXED

MOBILE

2 625 – 2 650

MARITIME MOBILE

MARITIME RADIONAVIGATION

92

 

2 650 – 2 850

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile (R)

92  103

 

2 850 – 3 025                                   AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (R)

                                                           

                                                           

                                                            111  115

2 850 – 3 025

AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (R)  AUS51

111  115

 

3 025 – 3 155                                   AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (OR)

3 025 – 3 155

AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (OR)  AUS52

AUS57  AUS58  AUS101

 

 


kHz
3 155 – 4 000

Column 1: ITU Radio Regulations Table of Allocations

Column 2:

 

Region 1

Region 2

Region 3

Australian Table of Allocations

 

3 155 – 3 200                                   FIXED

                                                            MOBILE except aeronautical mobile (R)

                                                           

                                                           

                                                            116  117

3 155 – 3 200

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile (R)

116  AUS57

 

3 200 – 3 230                                   FIXED

                                                            MOBILE except aeronautical mobile (R)

                                                            BROADCASTING  113

                                                           

                                                           

                                                            116

3 200 – 3 230

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile (R)

BROADCASTING  113

116

 

3 230 – 3 400                                   FIXED

                                                            MOBILE except aeronautical mobile

                                                            BROADCASTING  113

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                            116  118

3 230 – 3 400

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile (R)  AUS7

BROADCASTING  113

Radiolocation

116

 

3 400 – 3 500                                   AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (R)

3 400 – 3 500

AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (R)  AUS51

 

3 500 – 3 800

AMATEUR

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile

 

 

 

92

3 500 – 3 750

AMATEUR

 

119

3 500 – 3 900

AMATEUR

FIXED

MOBILE

3 500 – 3 700

AMATEUR

3 700 – 3 776

FIXED

MOBILE

AUS57

3 750 – 4 000

AMATEUR

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile (R)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

122  125

3 776 – 3 800

AMATEUR

AUS57

3 800 – 3 900

FIXED

AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (OR)

LAND MOBILE

3 800 – 3 900

FIXED

MOBILE

 

AUS57

 

3 900 – 3 950

AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (OR)

123

3 900 – 3 950

AERONAUTICAL MOBILE

BROADCASTING

3 900 – 3 950

AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (OR)  AUS52

AUS57  AUS58  AUS101

 

3 950 – 4 000

FIXED

BROADCASTING

3 950 – 4 000

FIXED

BROADCASTING

 

 

126

3 950 – 4 000

FIXED

BROADCASTING

Land mobile  AUS75

 

126  AUS57

 


kHz
4 000 – 5 060

Column 1: ITU Radio Regulations Table of Allocations

Column 2:

Region 1

Region 2

Region 3

Australian Table of Allocations

4 000 – 4 063                                   FIXED

                                                            MARITIME MOBILE  127

                                                           

                                                            126

4 000 – 4 063

FIXED

MARITIME MOBILE  127

126  AUS57

4 063 – 4 438                                   MARITIME MOBILE  79A  109  110  130  131  132

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                            128

4 063 – 4 438

MARITIME MOBILE  79A  109  110  130  131  132  AUS53  AUS59

128  AUS9  AUS57

4 438 – 4 488

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile (R)

Radiolocation  132A

132B

4 438 – 4 488

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile (R)

RADIOLOCATION  132A

4 438 – 4 488

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile

Radiolocation  132A

4 438 – 4 488

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile (R)  AUS7

Radiolocation  132A

AUS57

4 488 – 4 650

         FIXED

         MOBILE except aeronautical mobile (R)

4 488 – 4 650

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile

4 488 – 4 650

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile (R)  AUS7

AUS57

4 650 – 4 700                                   AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (R)

4 650 – 4 700

AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (R)  AUS51

4 700 – 4 750                                   AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (OR)

4 700 – 4 750

AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (OR)  AUS52

AUS57  AUS58  AUS101

4 750 – 4 850

FIXED

AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (OR)

LAND MOBILE

BROADCASTING  113

4 750 – 4 850

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile (R)

BROADCASTING  113

4 750 – 4 850

FIXED

BROADCASTING  113

Land mobile

4 750 – 4 850

FIXED

BROADCASTING  113

Land mobile

4 850 – 4 995                                   FIXED

                                                            LAND MOBILE

                                                            BROADCASTING  113

4 850 – 4 995

FIXED

LAND MOBILE

BROADCASTING  113

4 995 – 5 003                                   STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL (5 000 kHz)

4 995 – 5 003

STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL (5 000 kHz)

5 003 – 5 005                                   STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL

                                                            Space research

5 003 – 5 005

STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL

Space research

5 005 – 5 060                                   FIXED

                                                            BROADCASTING  113

5 005 – 5 060

FIXED

BROADCASTING  113

 


kHz
5 060 – 5 900

Column 1: ITU Radio Regulations Table of Allocations

Column 2:

Region 1

Region 2

Region 3

Australian Table of Allocations

5 060 – 5 250                                   FIXED

                                                            Mobile except aeronautical mobile

                                                           

                                                           

                                                            133

5 060 – 5 250

FIXED

Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R)  AUS10

AUS57

5 250 – 5 275

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile

Radiolocation  132A

133A

5 250 – 5 275

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile

RADIOLOCATION  132A

5 250 – 5 275

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile

Radiolocation  132A

5 250 – 5 275

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile (R)  AUS7

Radiolocation  132A

AUS57

5 275 – 5 351.5                                FIXED

                                                            MOBILE except aeronautical mobile

5 275 – 5 351.5

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile (R)  AUS7

AUS57

5 351.5 – 5 366.5                            FIXED

                                                            MOBILE except aeronautical mobile

                                                            Amateur  133B

5 351.5 – 5 366.5

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile (R)  AUS7

Amateur  133B

AUS57

5 366.5 – 5 450                                FIXED

                                                            MOBILE except aeronautical mobile

5 366.5 – 5 450

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile (R)  AUS7

AUS57

5 450 – 5 480

FIXED

AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (OR)

LAND MOBILE

5 450 – 5 480

AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (R)

5 450 – 5 480

FIXED

AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (OR)

LAND MOBILE

5 450 – 5 480

FIXED

AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (OR)  AUS52  AUS101A

LAND MOBILE

AUS57  AUS58

5 480 – 5 680                                   AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (R)

                                                           

                                                           

                                                            111  115

5 480 – 5 680

AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (R)  AUS51

111  115

5 680 – 5 730                                   AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (OR)

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                            111  115

5 680 – 5 730

AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (OR)  AUS52

111  115  AUS57  AUS58  AUS101

5 730 – 5 900

FIXED

LAND MOBILE

5 730 – 5 900

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile (R)

5 730 – 5 900

FIXED

Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R)

5 730 – 5 900

FIXED

Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R)

AUS57

 


kHz
5 900 – 8 100

Column 1: ITU Radio Regulations Table of Allocations

Column 2:

 

Region 1

Region 2

Region 3

Australian Table of Allocations

 

5 900 – 5 950                                   BROADCASTING  134

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                            136

5 900 – 5 950

BROADCASTING  134

FIXED

Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R)

136  AUS57

 

5 950 – 6 200                                   BROADCASTING

5 950 – 6 200

BROADCASTING  AUS54

 

6 200 – 6 525                                   MARITIME MOBILE  109  110  130  132

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                            137

6 200 – 6 525

MARITIME MOBILE  109  110  130  132  AUS53  AUS59

137  AUS9  AUS57

 

6 525 – 6 685                                   AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (R)

6 525 – 6 685

AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (R)  AUS51

 

6 685 – 6 765                                   AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (OR)

6 685 – 6 765

AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (OR)  AUS52

AUS57  AUS58  AUS101

 

6 765 – 7 000                                   FIXED

                                                            MOBILE except aeronautical mobile (R)

                                                           

                                                            138  138A  139

6 765 – 7 000

FIXED

Land mobile

138  138A  AUS57

 

7 000 – 7 100                                   AMATEUR

                                                            AMATEUR–SATELLITE

                                                            140  141  141A

7 000 – 7 100

AMATEUR

AMATEUR–SATELLITE

 

7 100 – 7 200                                   AMATEUR

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                            141A  141B  141C  142

7 100 – 7 200

BROADCASTING  AUS54

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile (R)

Amateur  AUS12

141B  141C  142

 

7 200 – 7 300

BROADCASTING

7 200 – 7 300

AMATEUR

142

7 200 – 7 300

BROADCASTING

7 200 – 7 300

BROADCASTING  AUS54

Amateur  AUS12

 

7 300 – 7 400                                   BROADCASTING  134

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                            143  143A  143B  143C  143D

7 300 – 7 350

BROADCASTING  134

FIXED

Land mobile

143  AUS57

 

7 350 – 8 100

FIXED

Land mobile

 

 

 

 

 

144  AUS57

7 400 – 7 450

BROADCASTING

 

143B  143C

7 400 – 7 450

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile (R)

7 400 – 7 450

BROADCASTING

 

143A  143C

7 450 – 8 100                                   FIXED

                                                            MOBILE except aeronautical mobile (R)

                                                            143E  144

 


kHz
8 100 – 10 005

Column 1: ITU Radio Regulations Table of Allocations

Column 2:

Region 1

Region 2

Region 3

Australian Table of Allocations

8 100 – 8 195                                   FIXED

                                                            MARITIME MOBILE

8 100 – 8 195

FIXED

MARITIME MOBILE  AUS73

AUS57

8 195 – 8 815                                   MARITIME MOBILE  109  110  132  145

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                            111

8 195 – 8 815

MARITIME MOBILE  109  110  132  145  AUS53  AUS59

111  AUS9  AUS57

8 815 – 8 965                                   AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (R)

8 815 – 8 965

AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (R)  AUS51

8 965 – 9 040                                   AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (OR)

8 965 – 9 040

AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (OR)  AUS52

AUS57  AUS58  AUS101

9 040 – 9 305

FIXED

9 040 – 9 400

FIXED

9 040 – 9 305

FIXED

9 040 – 9 305

FIXED

Mobile  AUS75

AUS57

9 305 – 9 355

FIXED

Radiolocation  145A

 

145B

9 305 – 9 355

FIXED

Radiolocation  145A

9 305 – 9 355

FIXED

Mobile  AUS75

Radiolocation  145A

AUS57

9 355 – 9 400

FIXED

9 355 – 9 400

FIXED

9 355 – 9 400

FIXED

Mobile  AUS75

AUS57

9 400 – 9 500                                   BROADCASTING  134

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                            146

9 400 – 9 500

BROADCASTING  134

FIXED

Mobile  AUS75

146  AUS57

9 500 – 9 900                                   BROADCASTING

                                                           

                                                            147

9 500 – 9 900

BROADCASTING  AUS54

147  AUS57

9 900 – 9 995                                   FIXED

9 900 – 9 995

FIXED

AUS57

9 995 – 10 003                                 STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL (10 000 kHz)

                                                           

                                                           

                                                            111

9 995 – 10 003

STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL (10 000 kHz)

111

10 003 – 10 005                              STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL

                                                            Space research

                                                           

                                                           

                                                            111

10 003 – 10 005

STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL

Space research

111


kHz
10 005 – 13 260

Column 1: ITU Radio Regulations Table of Allocations

Column 2:

Region 1

Region 2

Region 3

Australian Table of Allocations

10 005 – 10 100                              AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (R)

                                                           

                                                           

                                                            111

10 005 – 10 100

AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (R)  AUS51

111

10 100 – 10 150                              FIXED

                                                            Amateur

10 100 – 10 150

FIXED

Amateur

AUS57

10 150– 11 175                               FIXED

                                                            Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R)

10 150 – 11 175

FIXED

Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R)

AUS57

11 175 – 11 275                              AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (OR)

11 175 – 11 275

AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (OR)  AUS52

AUS57  AUS58  AUS101

11 275 – 11 400                              AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (R)

11 275 – 11 400

AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (R)  AUS51

11 400 – 11 600                              FIXED

11 400 – 11 600

FIXED

Mobile  AUS75

AUS57

11 600 – 11 650                              BROADCASTING  134

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                            146

11 600 – 11 650

BROADCASTING  134

FIXED

Mobile  AUS75

146  AUS57

11 650 – 12 050                              BROADCASTING

                                                           

                                                            147

11 650 – 12 050

BROADCASTING  AUS54

147  AUS57

12 050 – 12 100                              BROADCASTING  134

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                            146

12 050 – 12 100

BROADCASTING  134

FIXED

Mobile  AUS75

146  AUS57

12 100 – 12 230                              FIXED

12 100 – 12 230

FIXED

Mobile  AUS75

AUS57

12 230 – 13 200                              MARITIME MOBILE  109  110  132  145

12 230 – 13 200

MARITIME MOBILE  109  110  132  145  AUS53  AUS59

AUS9  AUS57

13 200 – 13 260                              AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (OR)

13 200 – 13 260

AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (OR)  AUS52

AUS57  AUS58  AUS101

 


kHz
13 260 – 14 350

Column 1: ITU Radio Regulations Table of Allocations

Column 2:

Region 1

Region 2

Region 3

Australian Table of Allocations

13 260 – 13 360                              AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (R)

13 260 – 13 360

AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (R)  AUS51

13 360 – 13 410                              FIXED

                                                            RADIO ASTRONOMY

                                                           

                                                            149

13 360 – 13 410

FIXED

RADIO ASTRONOMY

149  AUS57

13 410 – 13 450                              FIXED

                                                            Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R)

13 410 – 13 450

FIXED

Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R)

AUS57

13 450 – 13 550

FIXED

Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R)

Radiolocation  132A

149A

13 450 – 13 550

         FIXED

         Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R)

         Radiolocation  132A

13 450 – 13 550

FIXED

Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R)

Radiolocation  132A

AUS57

13 550 – 13 570                              FIXED

                                                            Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R)

                                                           

                                                           

                                                            150

13 550 – 13 570

FIXED

Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R)

150  AUS57

13 570 – 13 600                              BROADCASTING  134

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                            151

13 570 – 13 600

BROADCASTING  134

FIXED

Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R)

151  AUS57

13 600 – 13 800                              BROADCASTING

13 600 – 13 800

BROADCASTING  AUS54

AUS57

13 800 – 13 870                              BROADCASTING  134

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                            151

13 800 – 13 870

BROADCASTING  134

FIXED

Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R)

151  AUS57

13 870 – 14 000                              FIXED

                                                            Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R)

13 870 – 14 000

FIXED

Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R)

AUS57

14 000 – 14 250                              AMATEUR

                                                            AMATEUR–SATELLITE

14 000 – 14 250

AMATEUR

AMATEUR–SATELLITE

14 250 – 14 350                              AMATEUR

                                                            152

14 250 – 14 350

AMATEUR

 


kHz
14 350 – 17 480

Column 1: ITU Radio Regulations Table of Allocations

Column 2:

Region 1

Region 2

Region 3

Australian Table of Allocations

14 350 – 14 990                              FIXED

                                                            Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R)

14 350 – 14 990

FIXED

Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R)

AUS57

14 990 – 15 005                              STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL (15 000 kHz)

                                                           

                                                           

                                                            111

14 990 – 15 005

STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL (15 000 kHz)

111

15 005 – 15 010                              STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL

                                                            Space research

15 005 – 15 010

STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL

Space research

15 010 – 15 100                              AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (OR)

15 010 – 15 100

AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (OR)  AUS52

AUS57  AUS58  AUS101

15 100 – 15 600                              BROADCASTING

15 100 – 15 600

BROADCASTING  AUS54

AUS57

15 600 – 15 800                              BROADCASTING  134

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                            146

15 600 – 15 800

BROADCASTING  134

FIXED

Mobile  AUS75

146  AUS57

15 800 – 16 100                              FIXED

                                                           

                                                           

                                                            153

15 800 – 16 100

FIXED

Mobile  AUS75

153  AUS57

16 100 – 16 200

FIXED

Radiolocation  145A

 

145B

16 100 – 16 200

FIXED

RADIOLOCATION  145A

16 100 – 16 200

FIXED

Radiolocation  145A

16 100 – 16 200

FIXED

Mobile  AUS75

Radiolocation  145A

AUS57

16 200 – 16 360                              FIXED

16 200 – 16 360

FIXED

Mobile  AUS75

AUS57

16 360 – 17 410                              MARITIME MOBILE  109  110  132  145

16 360 – 17 410

MARITIME MOBILE  109  110  132  145  AUS53  AUS59

AUS9  AUS57

17 410 – 17 480                              FIXED

17 410 – 17 480

FIXED

Mobile  AUS75

AUS57

 


kHz
17 480 – 19 990

Column 1: ITU Radio Regulations Table of Allocations

Column 2:

Region 1

Region 2

Region 3

Australian Table of Allocations

17 480 – 17 550                              BROADCASTING  134

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                            146

17 480 – 17 550

BROADCASTING  134

FIXED

Mobile  AUS75

146  AUS57

17 550 – 17 900                              BROADCASTING

17 550 – 17 900

BROADCASTING  AUS54

AUS57

17 900 – 17 970                              AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (R)

17 900 – 17 970

AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (R)  AUS51

17 970 – 18 030                              AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (OR)

17 970 – 18 030

AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (OR)  AUS52

AUS57  AUS58  AUS101

18 030 – 18 052                              FIXED

18 030 – 18 052

FIXED

AUS57

18 052 – 18 068                              FIXED

                                                            Space research

18 052 – 18 068

FIXED

Space research

AUS57

18 068 – 18 168                              AMATEUR

                                                            AMATEUR–SATELLITE

                                                            154

18 068 – 18 168

AMATEUR

AMATEUR–SATELLITE

18 168 – 18 780                              FIXED

                                                            Mobile except aeronautical mobile

18 168 – 18 780

FIXED

Mobile except aeronautical mobile

AUS57

18 780 – 18 900                              MARITIME MOBILE

18 780 – 18 900

MARITIME MOBILE  AUS53  AUS59

AUS9  AUS57

18 900 – 19 020                              BROADCASTING  134

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                            146

18 900 – 19 020

BROADCASTING  134

FIXED

Mobile  AUS75

146  AUS57

19 020 – 19 680                              FIXED

19 020 – 19 680

FIXED

Mobile  AUS75

AUS57

19 680 – 19 800                              MARITIME MOBILE  132

19 680 – 19 800

MARITIME MOBILE  132  AUS53

AUS57

19 800 – 19 990                              FIXED

19 800 – 19 990

FIXED

AUS57

 


kHz
19 990 – 23 350

Column 1: ITU Radio Regulations Table of Allocations

Column 2:

Region 1

Region 2

Region 3

Australian Table of Allocations

19 990 – 19 995                              STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL

                                                            Space research

                                                           

                                                           

                                                            111

19 990 – 19 995

STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL

Space research

111

19 995 – 20 010                              STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL (20 000 kHz)

                                                           

                                                           

                                                            111

19 995 – 20 010

STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL (20 000 kHz)

111

20 010 – 21 000                              FIXED

                                                            Mobile

20 010 – 21 000

FIXED

Mobile

AUS57

21 000 – 21 450                              AMATEUR

                                                            AMATEUR–SATELLITE

21 000 – 21 450

AMATEUR

AMATEUR–SATELLITE

21 450 – 21 850                              BROADCASTING

21 450 – 21 850

BROADCASTING  AUS54

AUS57

21 850 – 21 870                              FIXED  155A

                                                           

                                                            155

21 850 – 21 870

FIXED

AUS57

21 870 – 21 924                              FIXED  155B

21 870 – 21 924

FIXED  155B

AUS57

21 924 – 22 000                              AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (R)

21 924 – 22 000

AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (R)  AUS51

22 000 – 22 855                              MARITIME MOBILE  132

                                                           

                                                           

                                                            156

22 000 – 22 855

MARITIME MOBILE  132  AUS53  AUS59

AUS9  AUS57

22 855 – 23 000                              FIXED

                                                           

                                                           

                                                            156

22 855 – 23 000

FIXED

Mobile  AUS75

AUS57

23 000 – 23 200                              FIXED

                                                            Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R)

                                                           

                                                           

                                                            156

23 000 – 23 200

FIXED

Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R)

AUS57

23 200 – 23 350                              FIXED  156A

                                                            AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (OR)

23 200 – 23 350

FIXED  156A

AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (OR)  AUS52

AUS57  AUS58  AUS101

 


kHz
23 350– 26 100

Column 1: ITU Radio Regulations Table of Allocations

Column 2:

 

Region 1

Region 2

Region 3

Australian Table of Allocations

 

23 350 – 24 000                              FIXED

                                                            MOBILE except aeronautical mobile  157

23 350 – 24 000

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile (R)  157  AUS7

AUS57

 

24 000 – 24 450                              FIXED

                                                            LAND MOBILE

24 000 – 24 450

FIXED

LAND MOBILE

AUS57

 

24 450 – 24 600

FIXED

LAND MOBILE

Radiolocation  132A

158

24 450 – 24 650

FIXED

LAND MOBILE

RADIOLOCATION  132A

24 450 – 24 600

FIXED

LAND MOBILE

Radiolocation  132A

24 450 – 24 600

FIXED

LAND MOBILE

Radiolocation  132A

AUS57

 

24 600 – 24 890

FIXED

LAND MOBILE

24 600 – 24 890

FIXED

LAND MOBILE

24 600 – 24 890

FIXED

LAND MOBILE

AUS57

24 650 – 24 890

FIXED

LAND MOBILE

 

24 890 – 24 990                              AMATEUR

                                                            AMATEUR–SATELLITE

24 890 – 24 990

AMATEUR

AMATEUR–SATELLITE

 

24 990 – 25 005                              STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL (25 000 kHz)

24 990 – 25 005

STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL (25 000 kHz)

 

25 005 – 25 010                              STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL

                                                            Space research

25 005 – 25 010

STANDARD FREQUENCY AND TIME SIGNAL

Space research

 

25 010 – 25 070                              FIXED

                                                            MOBILE except aeronautical mobile

25 010 – 25 070

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile (R)

AUS7  AUS57

 

25 070 – 25 210                              MARITIME MOBILE

25 070 – 25 210

MARITIME MOBILE  AUS53  AUS59

AUS9  AUS57

 

25 210 – 25 550                              FIXED

                                                            MOBILE except aeronautical mobile

25 210 – 25 550

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile (R)  AUS7

AUS57

 

25 550 – 25 670                              RADIO ASTRONOMY

                                                           

                                                            149

25 550 – 25 670

RADIO ASTRONOMY

149

 

25 670 – 26 100                              BROADCASTING

25 670 – 26 100

BROADCASTING  AUS54

 

 


kHz
26 100 – 30 010

Column 1: ITU Radio Regulations Table of Allocations

Column 2:

 

Region 1

Region 2

Region 3

Australian Table of Allocations

 

26 100 – 26 175                              MARITIME MOBILE  132

26 100 – 26 175

MARITIME MOBILE  132

AUS57

 

26 175 – 26 200                              FIXED

                                                            MOBILE except aeronautical mobile

26 175 – 26 200

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile (R)

AUS7  AUS57

 

26 200 – 26 350

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile

Radiolocation  132A

133A

26 200 – 26 420

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile

RADIOLOCATION  132A

26 200 – 26 350

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile

Radiolocation  132A

26 200 – 26 350

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile (R)

Radiolocation  132A

AUS7  AUS57

 

26 350 – 27 500

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile

 

150

26 350 – 27 500

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile

 

150

26 350 – 27 500

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile (R)

 

150  AUS7  AUS57

26 420 – 27 500

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile

150

 

27 500 – 28 000                              METEOROLOGICAL AIDS

                                                            FIXED

                                                            MOBILE

27 500 – 28 000

METEOROLOGICAL AIDS

FIXED

MOBILE

AUS57

 

28 000 – 29 700                              AMATEUR

                                                            AMATEUR–SATELLITE

28 000 – 29 700

AMATEUR

AMATEUR–SATELLITE

29 700 – 30 005                              FIXED

                                                            MOBILE

29 700 – 30 005

FIXED

MOBILE

AUS57

 

30 005 – 30 010                              SPACE OPERATION (satellite identification)

                                                            FIXED

                                                            MOBILE

                                                            SPACE RESEARCH

30 005 – 30 010

SPACE OPERATION (satellite identification)

FIXED

MOBILE

SPACE RESEARCH

AUS57

 

 


MHz
30.01 – 38.25

Column 1: ITU Radio Regulations Table of Allocations

Column 2:

Region 1

Region 2

Region 3

Australian Table of Allocations

30.01 – 37.5                                     FIXED

                                                            MOBILE

30.01 – 32

FIXED

MOBILE

AUS57

32 – 33

FIXED

MOBILE

AUS57  AUS100

33 – 34

FIXED

MOBILE

AUS57

34 – 35

FIXED

MOBILE

AUS57  AUS100

35 – 37.5

FIXED

MOBILE

AUS57

37.5 – 38.25                                     FIXED

                                                            MOBILE

                                                            Radio astronomy

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                            149

37.5 – 38

FIXED

MOBILE

Radio astronomy

149  AUS57

38 – 38.25

FIXED

MOBILE

Radio astronomy

149  AUS57  AUS100

 


MHz
38.25 – 44

Column 1: ITU Radio Regulations Table of Allocations

Column 2:

 

Region 1

Region 2

Region 3

Australian Table of Allocations

 

38.25 – 39

FIXED

MOBILE

38.25 – 39.986

FIXED

MOBILE

38.25 – 39.5

FIXED

MOBILE

38.25 – 39

FIXED

MOBILE

AUS57  AUS100

 

39 – 39.5

FIXED

MOBILE

Radiolocation  132A

159

39 – 39.5

FIXED

MOBILE

 

AUS57

39.5 – 39.986

FIXED

MOBILE

39.5 – 39.986

FIXED

MOBILE

RADIOLOCATION  132A

39.5 – 40

FIXED

MOBILE

RADIOLOCATION  132A

 

 

 

 

AUS57

39.986 – 40.02

FIXED

MOBILE

Space research

39.986 – 40

FIXED

MOBILE

RADIOLOCATION  132A

Space research

40 – 40.02

FIXED

MOBILE

Space research

40 – 40.02

FIXED

MOBILE

AUS57

40.02 – 40.98                                   FIXED

                                                            MOBILE

                                                            150

40.02 – 41

FIXED

MOBILE

150  AUS57

 

40.98 – 41.015                                 FIXED

                                                            MOBILE

                                                            Space research

                                                            160  161

41 – 42

FIXED

MOBILE

 

 

AUS57  AUS100

41.015 – 42                                      FIXED

                                                            MOBILE

                                                           

                                                            160  161  161A

42 – 42.5

FIXED

MOBILE

Radiolocation  132A

160  161B

42 – 42.5

         FIXED

         MOBILE

        

         161

42 – 43

FIXED

MOBILE

 

 

 

AUS57

42.5 – 44                                           FIXED

                                                            MOBILE

 

 

 

                                                            160  161  161A

43 – 44

FIXED

MOBILE

AUS57  AUS100

 

 


MHz
44 – 75.2

Column 1: ITU Radio Regulations Table of Allocations

Column 2:

 

Region 1

Region 2

Region 3

Australian Table of Allocations

 

44 – 47                                              FIXED

                                                            MOBILE

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                            162  162A

44 – 45

FIXED

MOBILE

AUS57

 

45 – 50

BROADCASTING

FIXED  AUS100A

MOBILE  AUS100A

 

 

162

47 – 68

BROADCASTING

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

162A  163  164  165  169  171

47 – 50

FIXED

MOBILE

47 – 50

FIXED

MOBILE

BROADCASTING

162A

 

50 – 54

         AMATEUR

        

        

        

         162A  167  167A  168  170

50 – 52

BROADCASTING

Amateur

168

 

52 – 54

AMATEUR

 

54 – 68

BROADCASTING

Fixed

Mobile

 

 

 

 

172

54 – 68

FIXED

MOBILE

BROADCASTING

 

 

 

 

162A

54 – 56

FIXED

MOBILE

RADIOLOCATION  AUS89

 

56 – 70

BROADCASTING

FIXED  AUS101A

MOBILE  AUS101A

 

176

68 – 74.8

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

149  175  177  179

68 – 72

BROADCASTING

Fixed

Mobile

173

68 – 74.8

FIXED

MOBILE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

149  176  179

70 – 74.8

FIXED

MOBILE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

176  149

72 – 73

FIXED

MOBILE

73 – 74.6

RADIO ASTRONOMY

178

74.6 – 74.8

FIXED

MOBILE

74.8 – 75.2                                        AERONAUTICAL RADIONAVIGATION

                                                           

                                                           

                                                            180  181

74.8 – 75.2

AERONAUTICAL RADIONAVIGATION

180  AUS25

 


MHz
75.2 – 137.025

Column 1: ITU Radio Regulations Table of Allocations

Column 2:

 

Region 1

Region 2

Region 3

Australian Table of Allocations

 

75.2 – 87.5

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

175  179  187

75.2 – 75.4

         FIXED

         MOBILE

         179

75.2 – 75.4

FIXED

MOBILE

 

75.4 – 76

FIXED

MOBILE

75.4 – 87

FIXED

MOBILE

 

 

182  183  188

75.4 – 85

FIXED

MOBILE

AUS103

 

76 – 88

BROADCASTING

Fixed

Mobile

 

 

 

185

85 – 87.5

BROADCASTING  188

Fixed

Mobile

AUS24  AUS103

87 – 100

FIXED

MOBILE

BROADCASTING

87.5 – 100

BROADCASTING

 

190

87.5 – 108

BROADCASTING

Fixed

Mobile

 

AUS103

88 – 100

BROADCASTING

 

100 – 108                                          BROADCASTING

                                                            192  194

 

108 – 117.975                                  AERONAUTICAL RADIONAVIGATION

                                                           

                                                           

                                                            197  197A

108 – 117.975

AERONAUTICAL RADIONAVIGATION

197A  AUS25  AUS103

 

117.975 – 137                                  AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (R)

                                                           

                                                           

                                                            111  200  201  202

117.975 – 137

AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (R)

111  200  AUS25  AUS103

137 – 137.025                                  SPACE OPERATION (space-to-Earth)

                                                            METEOROLOGICAL–SATELLITE (space-to-Earth)

                                                            MOBILE–SATELLITE (space-to-Earth)  208A  208B  209

                                                            SPACE RESEARCH (space-to-Earth)

                                                            Fixed

                                                            Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R)

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                            204  205  206  207  208

137 – 137.025

BROADCASTING  207  AUS26

SPACE OPERATION (space-to-Earth)

METEOROLOGICAL–SATELLITE (space-to-Earth)

MOBILE–SATELLITE (space-to-Earth)  208  208A  208B  209

SPACE RESEARCH (space-to-Earth)

Fixed

Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R)

AUS103

 

 


MHz
137.025 – 138

Column 1: ITU Radio Regulations Table of Allocations

Column 2:

Region 1

Region 2

Region 3

Australian Table of Allocations

137.025 – 137.175                          SPACE OPERATION (space-to-Earth)

                                                            METEOROLOGICAL–SATELLITE (space-to-Earth)

                                                            SPACE RESEARCH (space-to-Earth)

                                                            Fixed

                                                            Mobile–satellite (space-to-Earth)  208A  208B  209

                                                            Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R)

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                            204  205  206  207  208

137.025 – 137.175

BROADCASTING  207  AUS26

SPACE OPERATION (space-to-Earth)

METEOROLOGICAL–SATELLITE (space-to-Earth)

SPACE RESEARCH (space-to-Earth)

Fixed

Mobile–satellite (space-to-Earth)  208  208A  208B  209

Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R)

AUS103

137.175 – 137.825                          SPACE OPERATION (space-to-Earth)

                                                            METEOROLOGICAL–SATELLITE (space-to-Earth)

                                                            MOBILE–SATELLITE (space-to-Earth)  208A  208B  209

                                                            SPACE RESEARCH (space-to-Earth)

                                                            Fixed

                                                            Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R)

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                            204  205  206  207  208

137.175 – 137.825

BROADCASTING  207  AUS26

SPACE OPERATION (space-to-Earth)

METEOROLOGICAL–SATELLITE (space-to-Earth)

MOBILE–SATELLITE (space-to-Earth)  208 208A  208B  209

SPACE RESEARCH (space-to-Earth)

Fixed

Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R)

AUS103

137.825 – 138                                  SPACE OPERATION (space-to-Earth)

                                                            METEOROLOGICAL–SATELLITE (space-to-Earth)

                                                            SPACE RESEARCH (space-to-Earth)

                                                            Fixed

                                                            Mobile–satellite (space-to-Earth)  208A  208B  209

                                                            Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R)

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                            204  205  206  207  208

137.825 – 138

BROADCASTING  207  AUS26

SPACE OPERATION (space-to-Earth)

METEOROLOGICAL–SATELLITE (space-to-Earth)

SPACE RESEARCH (space-to-Earth)

Fixed

Mobile–satellite (space-to-Earth)  208  208A  208B  209

Mobile except aeronautical mobile (R)

AUS103


MHz
138 – 149.9

Column 1: ITU Radio Regulations Table of Allocations

Column 2:

Region 1

Region 2

Region 3

Australian Table of Allocations

138 – 143.6

AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (OR)

 

 

 

 

210  211  212  214

138 – 143.6

FIXED

MOBILE

RADIOLOCATION

Space research (space-to-Earth)

138 – 143.6

FIXED

MOBILE

Space research (space-to-Earth)

 

 

207  213

138 – 143.6

BROADCASTING  207  AUS26

FIXED

MOBILE

Space research (space-to-Earth)

AUS103

143.6 – 143.65

AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (OR)

SPACE RESEARCH (space-to-Earth)

 

 

211  212  214

143.6 – 143.65

FIXED

MOBILE

RADIOLOCATION

SPACE RESEARCH (space-to-Earth)

143.6 – 143.65

FIXED

MOBILE

SPACE RESEARCH (space-to-Earth)

 

 

207  213

143.6 – 143.65

BROADCASTING  207  AUS26

FIXED

MOBILE

SPACE RESEARCH (space-to-Earth)

AUS103

143.65 – 144

AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (OR)

 

 

 

 

210  211  212  214

143.65 – 144

FIXED

MOBILE

RADIOLOCATION

Space research (space-to-Earth)

143.65 – 144

FIXED

MOBILE

Space research (space-to-Earth)

 

 

207  213

143.65 – 144

BROADCASTING  207  AUS26

FIXED

MOBILE

Space research (space-to-Earth)

AUS103

144 – 146                                          AMATEUR

                                                            AMATEUR–SATELLITE

                                                           

                                                            216

144 – 146

AMATEUR

AMATEUR–SATELLITE

AUS103

146 – 148

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile (R)

146 – 148

AMATEUR

 

 

217

146 – 148

AMATEUR

FIXED

MOBILE

217

146 – 148

AMATEUR

 

 

AUS103

148 – 149.9

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile (R)

MOBILE–SATELLITE (Earth-to-space)  209

218  219  221

148 – 149.9

         FIXED

         MOBILE

         MOBILE–SATELLITE (Earth-to-space)  209

        

        

         218  219  221

148 – 149.9

FIXED

MOBILE

MOBILE–SATELLITE (Earth-to-space)  209

 

218  219  221  AUS103

 


MHz
149.9 – 156.7625

Column 1: ITU Radio Regulations Table of Allocations

Column 2:

Region 1

Region 2

Region 3

Australian Table of Allocations

149.9 – 150.05                                 MOBILE–SATELLITE (Earth-to-space)  209  220

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

149.9 – 150.05

MOBILE–SATELLITE (Earth-to-space)  209  220

 

 

 

AUS103

150.05 – 153

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile

RADIO ASTRONOMY

149

150.05 – 154

         FIXED

         MOBILE

        

        

        

        

        

        

        

         225

150.05 – 153

FIXED

MOBILE

RADIO ASTRONOMY

 

225  AUS66  AUS103

153 – 154

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile (R)

Meteorological aids

153 – 154

FIXED

MOBILE

 

AUS103

154 – 156.4875

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile (R)

225A  226

154 – 156.4875

FIXED

MOBILE

 

226

154 – 156.4875

FIXED

MOBILE

 

225A  226

154 – 156.4875

FIXED

MOBILE

 

226  AUS103

156.4875 – 156.5625                     MARITIME MOBILE (distress and calling via DSC)

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                            111  226  227

156.4875 – 156.5625

MARITIME MOBILE (distress and calling via DSC)

111  226  227  AUS103

156.5625 – 156.7625

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile (R)

226

156.5625 – 156.7625

         FIXED

         MOBILE

        

         225  226

156.5625 – 156.7625

FIXED

MOBILE

 

226  AUS103

 


MHz
156.7625 – 162.0375

Column 1: ITU Radio Regulations Table of Allocations

Column 2:

Region 1

Region 2

Region 3

Australian Table of Allocations

156.7625 – 156.7875

MARITIME MOBILE

Mobile–satellite (Earth-to-space)

111  226  228

156.7625 – 156.7875

MARITIME MOBILE

MOBILE–SATELLITE (Earth-to-space)

111  226  228

156.7625 – 156.7875

MARITIME MOBILE

Mobile–satellite (Earth-to-space)

111  226  228

156.7625 – 156.7875

MARITIME MOBILE

Mobile–satellite (Earth-to-space)

111  226  228  AUS103

156.7875 – 156.8125                     MARITIME MOBILE (distress and calling)

                                                           

                                                           

                                                            111  226

156.7875 – 156.8125

MARITIME MOBILE (distress and calling)

111  226  AUS103

156.8125 – 156.8375

MARITIME MOBILE

Mobile–satellite (Earth-to-space)

111  226  228

156.8125 – 156.8375

MARITIME MOBILE

MOBILE–SATELLITE (Earth-to-space)

111  226  228

156.8125 – 156.8375

MARITIME MOBILE

Mobile–satellite (Earth-to-space)

111  226  228

156.8125 – 156.8375

MARITIME MOBILE

Mobile–satellite (Earth-to-space)

111  226  228  AUS103

156.8375 – 161.9375

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile

226

156.8375 – 161.9375

         FIXED

         MOBILE

        

         226

156.8375 – 161.9375

FIXED

MOBILE

 

226  AUS103

161.9375 – 161.9625

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile

Maritime mobile–satellite (Earth-to-space)  228AA

226

161.9375 – 161.9625

         FIXED

         MOBILE

         Maritime mobile–satellite (Earth-to-space)  228AA

        

        

         226

161.9375 – 161.9625

FIXED

MOBILE

Maritime mobile–satellite (Earth-to-space)  228AA

 

226  AUS103

161.9625 – 161.9875

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile

Mobile–satellite (Earth-to-space)  228F

226  228A  228B

161.9625 – 161.9875

AERONAUTICAL MOBILE (OR)

MARITIME MOBILE

MOBILE–SATELLITE (Earth-to-space)

228C  228D

161.9625 – 161.9875

MARITIME MOBILE

Aeronautical mobile (OR)  228E

Mobile–satellite (Earth-to-space)  228F

226

161.9625 – 161.9875

MARITIME MOBILE

Aeronautical mobile (OR)  228E

Mobile–satellite (Earth-to-space)  228F

226  AUS103

161.9875 – 162.0125

FIXED

MOBILE except aeronautical mobile

Maritime mobile–satellite (Earth-to-space)  228AA

226  229

161.9875 – 162.0125

         FIXED

         MOBILE

         Maritime mobile–satellite (Earth-to-space)  228AA

        

        

         226

161.9875 – 162.0125

FIXED

MOBILE

Maritime mobile–satellite (Earth-to-space)  228AA