WORKING DOCUMENT TOWARDS DRAFT NEW APT RECOMMENDATION/REPORT ON THE COMMON FREQUENCY BANDS FOR OPERATION OF SHORT RANGE DEVICES (SRDS)

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ASIA
-
PACIFIC TELECOMMUNITY



The
1
1
th

Meeting

of the APT Wireless
Group

Document

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C桩慮h⁍ 椬⁔桡楬a湤


16

September

20
1
1



WORKING DOCUMENT TOWARDS

DRAFT

NEW
APT
RECOMMENDATION
/REPORT


ON

THE
C
OMMON FREQUENCY BAN
DS FOR OPERATION
OF SHORT RANGE DEVIC
ES

(SRDS)


b
y


Chairman
, TG
-
SRD




1
.

Introduction


The APT Wireless Group developed the
Report
APT/A
WF/REP
-
07(Rev.1)

on

Common
frequency bands for operation of the short range radiocommunication devices


that contains
information on frequencies and characteristics of the short range radiocommuication devices
(SRDs) of some APT Members with findings of

some frequency bands already harmonized
among those countries.


Meanwhile, the ITU
-
R Study Group 1

has been developing an ITU
-
R Recommendation to fulfil
the purpose of the Resolution ITU
-
R 54 “studies to achieve harmonization for
the
short range
radiocomm
unication devices (SRDs)”

that is to
study and advi
s
e on a mechanism that may ease
the use of relevant frequency bands and/or frequency tuning ranges, preferably on a global or
regional basis, suitable for SRDs
.

The
d
raft new Recommendation ITU
-
R SM.[SRD]

(
SM.1BL7
)

titled as

Frequency ranges for global or regional harmonization of short
-
range
devices (SRDs)

, contains
frequency ra
nges to be used as recommended ranges for SRD
applications requiring operation on a global or regional harmonized basis
.


In order to achieve ultimate goal of regional harmonization on frequencies of SRDs,
during the
AWG
-
10 meeting held in Thailand, March
2011, the Technology WG made the questionnaire on
the regulatory status for
frequency bands specified in the Preliminary draft New
Recommendation ITU
-
R SM.[SRD]

(
Anne
x 1 to Document 1B/267 of ITU
-
R Working Party
1B
)

in APT Region based on the received input
contributions (
AW
G
-
10
-
INP
-
54
)

and proc
eeded
as output (
AW
G
-
10
-
OUT
-
01
).
T
he feedback or answers from
A
dministrations suppose
d
to
be
collected and
will

be
analyzed as a bas
is for the
work of
harmonization

for SRDs

within
APT

region.

APT member
s

are kindly requested to complete the
Questionnaire

and return
it

in time
for AWG
-
1
2

meeting
.





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2
.
S
ummary of the

responded

questionnaire


D
uring the AWG
-
1
1

meeting,
tw
eleve

APT memb
ers

responded

the questionnaire, they were:
Australia,
the Republic of Korea
,
Marshall Islands
,
Viet Nam
,
Papua New Guinea
,
Macao,
China
,
Singapore
,
Sri Lanka
, Myanmar, Laos, Malaysia and
Brunei Darussalam
.

T
he detailed
response could be found in the follo
wing input contributions:

AWG
-
1
1
-
INP
-
22

from Australia

(AUS)


AWG
-
1
1
-
INP
-
28

from
the Republic of Korea

(KOR)


AWG
-
1
1
-
INP
-
85

from
Marshall Islands

(RMI)


AWG
-
1
1
-
INP
-
86

from
Viet Nam

(VTN)

AWG
-
1
1
-
INP
-
87

from
Papua New Guinea

(P
NG)

AWG
-
1
1
-
INP
-
88

from
Macao,

China

AWG
-
1
1
-
IN
P
-
89

from
Singapore

(SNG)

AWG
-
1
1
-
INP
-
90

from
Sri Lanka

(CLN)


AWG
-
1
1
-
INP
-
97

from
Myanmar

(MYN)


AWG
-
1
1
-
INP
-
98

from
Laos (LAO
)


AWG
-
1
1
-
INP
-
99

from
Malaysia

(MLA
)


AWG
-
11
-
INP
-
100

from
Brunei Darussalam

(BRU)





























3
.
Regulatory Status
for SRDs
of APT Members


[
Editor

s notes:
T
his

table would be improved
. At this stage, this table is just compiliated responses from eleven APT Members. Responses from other
APT Members would be expec
ted. Myanmar, Laos and Singapore

s response didn

t updated in this table because they provide pdf file version for
their contributions. It needs to provide original file version from these countries
]


Frequency
band

Remarks

Regulatory Status

for SRDs of
AP
T Members

AUS*

BRU

CLN
**

KOR

LAO

MLA

MYN**
*

PNG

RMI**
*

SNG**
*

VTN

Macao,
CHN

9
-
148.5 kHz

Inductive
SRD
application
s

Available

0

14

kHz

all
transmitters

maximum EIRP
200

µW

14

19.95

kHz

all
transmitters

maximum EIRP
50

µW

20.05

70

kHz

all
transmitters

maximum EIRP
7.5

µW

70

119 kHz

telecommand or
telemetry
transmitters

maximum EIRP
10

mW


70

160

kHz

all
transmitters

maximum EIRP
3

µW.

Partially
Available
:
-


16
-
150 kHz:
Induction loop
system / RFID


Can make
available

Available

Available

Available

3
-
195 kHz for
Security Device


Not yet
Available



Only 115


150
kHz for RFID,
Radio alarm and
detection systems,
and Radio remote
control
applications

Available
expanding to

3
-
195 KHz

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Frequency
band

Remarks

Regulatory Status

for SRDs of
AP
T Members

AUS*

BRU

CLN
**

KOR

LAO

MLA

MYN**
*

PNG

RMI**
*

SNG**
*

VTN

Macao,
CHN

148.5
-
315

kHz


Whole band not
available

200

315

kHz

aeronautical
radio
navigation (non
-
directional radio
beacons).


70

160

kHz

all
transmitters

maximum EIRP
3

µW.

135

160 kHz

telecommand or
telemetry
transmitters

maximum EIRP
10

mW

160

285

kHz

all
transmitters

maximum EIRP
500

nW

(
BRU
) Not
available

Not
available
yet


Not
available
yet

Not
Available

(MLA)
Available


Not
available
yet



Not Available

Not Available

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Frequency
band

Remarks

Regulatory Status

for SRDs of
AP
T Members

AUS*

BRU

CLN
**

KOR

LAO

MLA

MYN**
*

PNG

RMI**
*

SNG**
*

VTN

Macao,
CHN

3 155
-
3 400
kHz

Inductive SRD
applications

RR No.
5.116

Available

3

155

3

400 kHz,
with a carrier
frequency of:


(a)

3 175 kHz;
or


(b)

3 225 kHz;
or


(c)

3

275 kHz;
or


(d)

3 325 kHz.

A
vailable
:
-

150
-
5000
kHz:
Induction loop
system


/
RFID



Can make
available

Not
available
yet

Available

Hearing
aids

Available



Not
available yet



Not Available

Not available

6 765
-
6 795
kHz

Inductive SRD
applications

ISM

band (RR
No.

5.138
)

Centre
frequency
6

780

kHz

Not available yet


A
vailable

Can make
available

Not
available
yet

Not
available
yet

Available



Not
available yet



Not Available

Not available

7 400
-
8 800
kHz


Available

7 200

10 010

kHz

RFID transmitter
s

maximum EIRP
100

pW

A
vailable



Can make
available

A
vailable

Not
available

Not available
yet


Not
available yet



Not Available

Not available

13.553
-
13.567 MHz

ISM band (RR
No.

5.150
)

Centre
frequency
13.560

MHz


Level of
sideband
suppression is
depe
ndent on
national
regulations

Available

13.553

13.567

MHz

RFID
transmitters

maximum EIRP 1 W

13.553

13.567

MHz

ISM
applications.

13.553

13.567

MHz

all
transmitters

maximum EIRP
100

mW



A
vailable



Can make
available

Available

Available

Available


Not ye
t
Available



Available

for:



Radio alarm and
detection systems,



RFID,



Other

applications

Available

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Frequency
band

Remarks

Regulatory Status

for SRDs of
AP
T Members

AUS*

BRU

CLN
**

KOR

LAO

MLA

MYN**
*

PNG

RMI**
*

SNG**
*

VTN

Macao,
CHN

26.957
-
27.283 MHz

Inductive SRD
applications /
non
-
specific
SRDs

ISM band (RR
No.

5.150
)

Centre
frequency
27

120

kHz


Available

26.957

27.283

MHz

a
ll
transmitters

maximum EIRP 1 W,
maximum emission
bandwidth of 10 kHz,
and frequency
separation of 5 kHz
from citizen band
channel centres

including garage
door openers,
personal alarms,
radio
-
controlled
toys/models, and
two
-
way radios.

A
vailable


Can m
ake
available

Available

Available

Available


Not yet
Available



Available

for:



Radio telemetry,



Radio remote
control,



Other
applications

Available

(26.96
-
27.28
MHz)

40.66
-
40.7
MHz

ISM band (RR
No.

5.150
)

Centre
frequency

40.68 MHz

Available

40.66

41

MHz

all
transmitters

maximum EIRP 1 W.

40.66

40.7

MHz

ISM applications.

A
vailable


Can make
available

Available

Available

Available


Not yet
Available



Available

for:



Wireless audio
system,



Radio remote
control



Other
applications

Available

expa
nding to
40.00
-
41.99
MHz

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Frequency
band

Remarks

Regulatory Status

for SRDs of
AP
T Members

AUS*

BRU

CLN
**

KOR

LAO

MLA

MYN**
*

PNG

RMI**
*

SNG**
*

VTN

Macao,
CHN

312
-
315
MHz

These bands
are
exchangeable
in terms of
applications
but not always
available at
the same time
in one
country.

A
vailable

304.05

328.6

MHz

all
transmitters

maximum EIRP 10

W

including
automotive security
alarms, remot
e door
locking.


314.075

314.325

MHz

home detention
monitoring
equipment

maximum EIRP 200

W

operation must
not exceed 10ms/10s.

A
vailable


Not
available


Not
available


Not
available

Available

for remote
controlled
device 303
-
320
MHz


Not yet
Available



Available

expanding to 312


316 MHz for
Radio alarm and
detection systems,
and radio remote
control

Not available

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Frequency
band

Remarks

Regulatory Status

for SRDs of
AP
T Members

AUS*

BRU

CLN
**

KOR

LAO

MLA

MYN**
*

PNG

RMI**
*

SNG**
*

VTN

Macao,
CHN

433.05
-
434.79

MHz

433.050
-
434.790

MHz
is an ISM
band (RR
No.

5.138
in
Region

1
)
except for
countries
mentioned in
RR No.

5.280
.

A
vailable

433.05

434.79

MHz

LIPD
class licence

all
transmitters

maximum EIRP 25
mW

A
vailable
:
-

Radio
telemetry,
telecommand
system


Can make
available


Only
433.67
-
434.17
MHz for
RFID of
container
managemen
t and

433.795
-
434.045
MHz for
Automotive
applications
an
d
Keyless
Car entry

A
vailable


A
vailable

for remote
controlled
device 433
-
435
MHz


Not yet
Available



Available

for:



RFID



Radio remote
control



Radio telemetry

Not available

401
-
402
MHz


Available

401

402

MHz

medical implant
communications
systems
t
ransmitters

maximum EIRP
25


W outside the
body

must comply
with ETSI standard
EN 302 537
-
2

Not available

Not
available
yet

Not
available
yet

A
vailable


Not available
yet


Not
available yet



Available

for:


MITS
(Medical
Implant
Telemetry
Systems)

Av
ail
abl
e

for:



MI
CS

(M
edi
cal
Im
pla
nt
Co
m
mu
nic
ati
ons
Sys
te
Not available


402
-
405
MHz

ITU
-
R
RS.1346

Available

402

405

MHz

medical implant
communications
systems
transmitters

maximum EIRP
25


W outside the
body

must comply
with ETSI standard
EN 301 839
-
2.

N
ot available

Not
available
yet

A
vailable


A
vailable


A
vailable



Not yet
Available





Only
403.5

403.8 MHz
for MITS

Not available


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Frequency
band

Remarks

Regulatory Status

for SRDs of
AP
T Members

AUS*

BRU

CLN
**

KOR

LAO

MLA

MYN**
*

PNG

RMI**
*

SNG**
*

VTN

Macao,
CHN

405
-
406
MHz


Available

405

406

MHz

medical implant
communications
systems
transmitters

maximum EIRP
25


W outside the
bod
y

must comply
with ETSI standard
EN 302 537
-
2.

Not available

Not
available
yet

Not
available
yet

Available

Available


Not yet
Available



Available

for

MITS

ms
)

Not available

862
-
875
MHz

The whole of
this band can
be considered
as a tuning
range.

Only pa
rts of
this tuning
range are
operationally
available in
each country
due to the use
by commercial
mobile
systems. See
national
regulations.

Not
available

Partially
available:
-


866


869
MHz : Radio
Telemetry,
Telecommand
, RFID system


868


869
MHz:
-

Radi
o
detection,
alarm system

Following
frequency/f
requency
band
available

868 MHz


RFID

868


869
MHz RFID
Tags




Not
available

Available

Available

for the band
869
-
870MHz


Not yet
Available





Only 866


868
MHz for RFID

Not available

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Frequency
band

Remarks

Regulatory Status

for SRDs of
AP
T Members

AUS*

BRU

CLN
**

KOR

LAO

MLA

MYN**
*

PNG

RMI**
*

SNG**
*

VTN

Macao,
CHN

875
-
960
MHz

902
-
92
8

MHz
is an ISM
band in
Region

2 (RR
No.

5.150
).

Centre
frequency
915

MHz.

The whole
band can be
considered as
a tuning range.
Only parts of
this tuning
range are
operationally
available in
some
countries.

The band 880
-
960

MHz is
not available
for SRDs in
a
number of
countries due
to the use by
commercial
mobile
systems.

Only part of the band
available:


918

926

MHz

designated for ISM
applications.

915

928

MHz

all
transmitters

maximum EIRP 3
mW

includes
movement detectors,
video surveillance,
wireless
louds
peakers,
wireless
microphones, rolling
stock tracking
(railways), meter
reading equipment,
alarm systems.

915

928

MHz

digital modulation
transmitters and
frequency hopping
transmitters

maximum
EIRP

1

W

includes
radio local area
networks (RLANs),
cordless t
elephones.

918

926

MHz

RFID transmitters

maximum EIRP 1 W.

920

926 MHz

RFID transmitters
(maximum EIRP 4
W) must comply
with ISO/IEC 18000
-
6c (RFID Gen.2),
emissions below
917.75 MHz no
greater than
-
37 dBm
EIRP, emissions
above 926 no greater
than
-
33 dBm

EIRP.
Only to be used if
more that 1 W EIRP
is required.

Partially
available:
-


923


925MHz:

Radio
Telemetry,
Telecommand
, RFID system

Following
frequency
band
available

920

924
MHz RFID
Tags


Only 917
-
923.5 MHz
for Non
-
specific
SRDs and
RFID and
925
-
93
2
MHz for
Wireless
Microphon
e.

Not
Available.

Available

for RFID in the
band 919
-
923MHz only


Not yet
Available.



Only 920


925
MHz for RFID
and 924


925
MHz for Cordless
Telephone

Not available

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Frequency
band

Remarks

Regulatory Status

for SRDs of
AP
T Members

AUS*

BRU

CLN
**

KOR

LAO

MLA

MYN**
*

PNG

RMI**
*

SNG**
*

VTN

Macao,
CHN

2 400
-
2
483.5 MHz

2

400
-
2

500 is
a ISM band
(RR No.
5.150
)

Centre
frequency

2

450

MHz

One of the
main bands for
wideband data
transmission

Available


2 400

2
483.5

MHz

digital
modulation
transmitters and
frequency hopping
transmitters

maximum EIRP

4 W
(or 500 mW in some
circumstances)


2 400

2
483.5

MHz

all
tra
nsmitters

maximum EIRP 10
mW


2 400

2 500

MHz

ISM applications


2 400

2 450 MHz

RFID transmitters

maximum EIRP 1 W


2 400

2 450 MHz

Telecommand and
telemetry
transmitters

maximum EIRP 1 W

Available
:
-


Non
-

specific
SRDs


Available


Available


Available


Av
ailable


Not yet
Available



Available

for:



WLAN



Other spread
spectrum
applications



Wireless video
transmitter



Other
applications

Available

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Frequency
band

Remarks

Regulatory Status

for SRDs of
AP
T Members

AUS*

BRU

CLN
**

KOR

LAO

MLA

MYN**
*

PNG

RMI**
*

SNG**
*

VTN

Macao,
CHN

5 150
-
5 350
MHz

5 470
-
5 725
MHz

These two
bands are
allocated to
mobile service
and can only
be used by
RL
ANs with
the conditions
set forth in

[
Resolution
229
(WRC
-
03)
]

Any SRD is
not allowed to
use these
bands.

Available

(except 5

600
-
5

650
MHz)

5

150

5

350

MHz

indoors RLAN
transmitters

maximum EIRP 200
mW (averaged over
the entire
transmission burst);
in add
ition 10
mW/MHz or 40
µW/4 MHz for
emission bandwidths
greater or less than 1
MHz, respectively

5

470

5

600

MHz

RLAN transmitters

maximum EIRP 1 W
and 50 mW/MHz for
any 1 MHz band

must use DFS and
TPC (EIRP limit is
500 mW if TPC is
not used)

5

650

5

725

M
Hz

RLAN transmitters

maximum EIRP 1 W
and 50 mW/MHz for
any 1 MHz band

must use DFS and
TPC (EIRP limit is
500

mW if TPC is
not used)

5

250
-
7

000 MHz

Radiodetermination
transmitters operated
in radiofrequency
-
shielded
enclosures

maximum EIRP 75
nW outside
the
shielded room

must comply with
ETSI standard EN
302 372
-
1

Partially
available:
-


5 150
-
5 350
MHz:
Wireless LAN

Available


Available

except
5650
-
5725
MHz

Available


Not Available




Not yet
Available



Available

for
WLAN

Not available

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Frequency
band

Remarks

Regulatory Status

for SRDs of
AP
T Members

AUS*

BRU

CLN
**

KOR

LAO

MLA

MYN**
*

PNG

RMI**
*

SNG**
*

VTN

Macao,
CHN

5 725
-
5 875
MHz

ISM band (RR
No.
5.150
)

Centre
frequency
5

800

MHz

Available


5

725

5

875 MHz

RFID transmitters,
and telecommand or
telemetry
transmitters

maximum EIRP 1 W
(2W for

5

795

5

815 MHz).


5

725

5

850

MHz

digital modulation
transmitters and
frequency hopping
t
ransmitters

EIRP

4

W

includes
WiFi and WiMAX.


5

725

5

875 MHz

all transmitters

maximum EIRP 25
mW


5

725

5

875

MHz

ISM applications.


5

250
-
7

000 MHz

Radiodetermination
transmitters operated
in radiofrequency
-
shielded
enclosures

maximum EIRP 75
nW outside

the
shielded room

must comply with
ETSI standard EN
302 372
-
1

Available

Available


Available

except
5825
-
5875MHz

Available


Available



Not yet
Available



Only 5725


5850
MHz for WLAN

Available

except 5850
-
5875 MHz

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Frequency
band

Remarks

Regulatory Status

for SRDs of
AP
T Members

AUS*

BRU

CLN
**

KOR

LAO

MLA

MYN**
*

PNG

RMI**
*

SNG**
*

VTN

Macao,
CHN

24.00
-
24.25
GHz

ISM band (RR
No.
5.
150
)

Centre
frequency
24.125

GHz

Available


24

24.25

GHz

ISM
applications


24

24.25

GHz

all
transmitters

maximum EIRP 100
mW.


24

24.25

GHz

RFID transmitters
and
radiodetermination
transmitters

maximum EIRP 1

W


24.05
-
26.50 GHz

Radiodetermination
transmit
ters operated
in radiofrequency
-
shielded
enclosures

maximum EIRP 75
nW outside the
shielded room

must comply with
ETSI standard EN
302 372
-
1


22
-
26.5 GHz

Ultra
-
wideband short
-
range
vehicle radar
systems

maximum
radiated average
power density is
-
41.3 dBm/
MHz
EIRP; maximum
broadband radiated
peak power density is
0 dBm/50 MHz
EIRP

must comply
with ETSI standard
EN

302

288
-
1 and
must not be operated
within a nominated
distance from a
specified radio
astronomy site.

Available


Can make
available


Available

except 24
-
24.05 GHz

Available


Available



Not yet
Available



Available

for:



Wireless video
transmitter,



Other
applications

Not available

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Frequency
band

Remarks

Regulatory Status

for SRDs of
AP
T Members

AUS*

BRU

CLN
**

KOR

LAO

MLA

MYN**
*

PNG

RMI**
*

SNG**
*

VTN

Macao,
CHN

61.0
-
61.5
GHz

ISM band (RR
No.
5.138
)

Centre
frequency
61.25

GHz

Available


expanding to 57
-
6
6

GHz


61

61.5

GHz

Australia has not yet
authorised ISM in
this band.


59

63

GHz

data
communications
transmitters for
outdoor use

maximum
EIRP

150

W peak,
maximum transmit
power 20 mW

limited to land and
maritime
deployments.


57

66

GHz

data
communications
transmitters for
indoor use

maximum
EIRP

20

W, average
power density of any
emission must not
exceed 9

uW/cm2.
Peak power density
on any emission must
not exceed 18
uW/cm2 at a distance
of 3m. Spurious
emissions outside the
band must be less
than
-
30dBm/MHz.


61

61.5 GHz

a
ll
transmitters

maximum EIRP 100
mW.

Not a
vailable

Can make
available

Available

expanding
to 57
-
64
GHz

Available



Available




Not yet
Available



Not available

Not available

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Frequency
band

Remarks

Regulatory Status

for SRDs of
AP
T Members

AUS*

BRU

CLN
**

KOR

LAO

MLA

MYN**
*

PNG

RMI**
*

SNG**
*

VTN

Macao,
CHN

76
-
77 GHz


Available


76

77

GHz

radiodetermination
transmitters

maximum
EIRP

2
5

W


75

85

GHz

radiodetermination
transmitters

maximum
EIRP

75

nW

Available

Can make
available

Available

Not
available

Not available
yet


Available for
security device
only in this
band


Not yet
Available



Not available

Not available

122
-
123
GHz

ISM ba
nd (RR
No.
5.138
)

Centre
frequency
122.5

GHz

This band may
not be
completely
available in
some
countries. See
national
regulations.

Not available yet

Not available
yet

Can make
available

Not yet
Available

Available

Available


Not yet
Available



Not availa
ble

Not available

244
-
246
GHz

ISM band (RR
No.
5.138
)

Centre
frequency
245

GHz
.

Not available yet

Not available
yet

Can make
available

Not yet
Available

Available

Available


Not yet
Available



Not available

Not available

*

Australia

s
N
ote:

Australia u
ses a number
of
other frequency bands to support a large range of SRD applications. This includes the 88
-
108 MHz,
174
-
230 MHz and 520
-
820 MHz frequency ranges used for wireless audio transmitters in Australia. The latter frequency range will
be
subject to
further review as a consequence of the Australian Government’s decision on a UHF digital dividend in the range 694
-
820 MHz. Further information
can be found in the
Radiocommunications Class Licence (Low Interference Potential Devices) 2000

(the LIPD class
licence) (available at
www.acma.gov.au/WEB/STANDARD/pc=PC_297
) which authorises users to operate a wide range of low power radiocommunications devices in
various segments of the radiofrequency spe
ctrum in Australia.

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**
SRI LANKA

s


Notes :


Can make available


means specified band can be made available for SRD applications

and

Not Available yet


means
can be made available if suitable provisions are made in RR

***
Myanmar, Laos and Singapore

s reg
ulatory status for SRDs would be updated
.





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