The ACMA has released a report and infographic on its efforts to improve compliance with radiocommunications transmitter licensing arrangements.
New Zealand's Radio Spectrum Management (RSM) has suspended the fourth round of 3.5 GHz allocation and established a technical working group for the replanning of the band.
The importation of mobile phone jammers and GPS jammers is now prohibited after an amendment to Customs regulations.
Radio equipment supplied in Australia and New Zealand must comply with the relevant labelling requirements, under a simplified regime that took effect from 1 March 2016.
New Zealand calls for ideas for the use of 174–230 MHz, warns about LED streetlight RF noise and issues notice on digital fixed services above 5.9 GHz.
A US Federal Communications Commission ruling has effectively prohibited the use of TETRA systems on public safety 800 and 700 MHz bands.
Third-party authorisations are sometimes a source of confusion, so the ACMA has prepared some guidance on how to submit them.
The federal government has announced its response to the Spectrum Review undertaken by the Department of Communications in conjunction with the Australian Communications and Media Authority.
RSM New Zealand has announced several small updates to spectrum regulations and detailed another conviction for illegal use of RF dog tracking equipment.
The ACMA has signed a multiyear contract with US-based Power Auctions for the provision of software for conducting spectrum auctions.
The ACMA and New South Wales Fair Trading have warned consumers about the use of unlicensed mobile phone repeaters, with Fair Trading serving a cease-and-desist order on the largest internet supplier of repeaters, Mobile Repeaters Australia (MRA).
Documents obtained under freedom of information laws show that radio black spots remain on Sydney's rail network, more than 11 years after the Waterfall train disaster.
Ministerial direction requires ACMA to issue notices to successful bidders for final payments in the second half of 2014.
The ACMA warns that all amateur licensees should be aware of and must operate in accordance with the Act after a man used his unlicensed equipment to jam radio frequencies.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority has released a discussion paper containing proposals for establishing radiocommunications licensing arrangements for in-flight mobile communications on aircraft.