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Information directory index

 

1.0

Aeronautical

1.1

Aeronautical assigned system

Aeronautical mobile bands

2.0

Aircraft

2.1

Aircraft assigned

Aeronautical mobile bands

3.0

Amateur

3.1

Beacon

Amateur bands

3.2

Repeater

Amateur bands

4.0

Broadcasting

4.1

Broadcast service

Broadcasting Services Bands
(526.5 – 1606.5 kHz, 45 – 52 MHz, 56 – 70 MHz, 85 – 108 MHz, 137 – 144 MHz, 174 – 230 MHz and 520 – 820 MHz)

4.2

HF domestic service

HF Band
(Designated broadcasting bands within the frequency range 2.3 MHz and 26.1 MHz)

4.3

HF overseas (International Broadcasting Licence) service

HF Band
(Designated broadcasting bands within the frequency range 5.9 MHz and 26.1 MHz)

4.4

HF overseas service

HF Band
(Designated broadcasting bands within the frequency range 5.9 MHz and 26.1 MHz)

4.5

Narrowband area service (NAS)

MF (1606.5 – 1705 kHz)

 

VHF Mid Band (70 – 87.5 MHz)

 

VHF High Band (148 – 174 MHz)

4.6

Narrowcasting service (LPON)

87.6 MHz, 87.8 MHz and 88.0 MHz

4.7

Narrowcasting service (HPON)

Broadcasting Services Bands

5.0

Datacasting

5.1

Datacasting

Broadcasting Services Bands

6.0

Defence

6.1

Defence

Designated Bands

7.0

Defence receive

7.1

Defence receive

Designated Bands

8.0

Earth

8.1

Fixed earth

Space bands (Earth-to-space)
(excludes mobile-satellite)

8.2

Mobile earth

Mobile-satellite bands (Earth-to-space)

9.0

Earth receive

9.1

Earth receive

Space bands (space-to-Earth)

10.0

Fixed

10.1

900 MHz studio to transmitter link (STL)

900 MHz Band
(845 – 852 MHz)

10.2

Sound outside broadcast (SOB) station

10.3

Point-to-multipoint

400 MHz Band
(451.5125 – 452.5000 MHz paired with 461.0125 – 462.0000 MHz)

 

900 MHz Band
(853.5 – 854.0 MHz paired with 929.5 – 930.0 MHz)

 

1900 – 1920 MHz Band

 

3400 – 3590 MHz Band
(3425 – 3442.5 MHz paired with 3475 – 3492.5 MHz)

 

3575 – 3700 MHz Band

10.4

Point-to-multipoint system

400 MHz Band
(451.5125 – 452.5000 MHz paired with 461.0125 – 462.0000 MHz)

 

900 MHz Band
(853.5 – 854.0 MHz paired with 929.5 – 930.0 MHz)

10.5

Point-to-multipoint (land mobile spectrum)

400 MHz Band
(403 – 430 MHz and 450 – 520 MHz)

10.6

Point-to-point

VHF High Band
(150.05000 – 151.39375 MHz paired with 154.65625 – 156.00000 MHz)

 

400 MHz Band
(403.9875 – 405.0125 MHz paired with 413.4375 – 414.4625 MHz)

(450.4875 – 451.5125 MHz paired with 459.9875 – 461.0125 MHz)

 

900 MHz Band
(852.0 – 853.5 MHz paired with 928.0 – 929.5 MHz)

 

1.5 GHz Band
(1427 – 1535 MHz)

 

1.8 GHz Band
(1700 – 1900 MHz)

 

2.1 GHz Band
(1900 – 2300 MHz)

 

2.2 GHz Band
(2025 – 2285 MHz)

 

3.8 GHz Band
(3580 – 4200 MHz)

 

6 GHz Band
(5925 – 6425 MHz)

 

6.7 GHz Band
(6425 – 7110 MHz)

 

7.5 GHz Band
(7425 – 7725 MHz)

 

8 GHz Band
(7725 – 8275 MHz)

 

10 GHz Band
(10550 – 10680 MHz)

 

11 GHz Band
(10700 – 11700 MHz)

 

13 GHz Band
(12750 – 13250 MHz)

 

15 GHz Band
(14500 – 15350 MHz)

 

18 GHz Band
(17700 – 19700 MHz)

 

22 GHz Band
(21200 – 23600 MHz)

 

38 GHz Band
(37000 – 39500 MHz)

 

49 GHz Band
(49200 – 49950 MHz)

 

50 GHz Band
(50400 – 51150 MHz)

10.7

Point-to-point (5.8 GHz band)

5.8 GHz Band
(5725 – 5825 MHz)

10.8

Point-to-point (self-coordinated) station

58 GHz Band
(57200 – 58200 MHz)

 

75 GHz Band
(71000 – 76000 MHz)

 

85 GHz Band
(81000 – 86000 MHz)

10.9

Television outside broadcast station

2 GHz Band
(1980-2110 MHz and 2170-2200 MHz)

 

7.2 GHz Band
(7100 – 7425 MHz)

 

8.3 GHz Band
(8275 – 8400 MHz)

 

13 GHz Band
(12750 – 13250 MHz)

 

22 GHz Band
(21200 – 23600 MHz)

10.10

Television outside broadcast network

10.11

Television outside broadcast system

10.12

Temporary fixed link

13 GHz Band
(12750 – 13250 MHz)

 

15 GHz Band
(14500 – 15350 MHz)

 

22 GHz Band
(21200 – 23600 MHz)

11.0

Fixed receive

11.1

Fixed receive

Unspecified

12.0

Land mobile

12.1

Ambulatory station (Initial/Copy)

VHF Mid Band
(70 – 87.5 MHz)

 

VHF High Band
(148 – 174 MHz)

 

400 MHz Band
(403 – 430 MHz and 450 – 520 MHz)

12.2

Ambulatory system

12.3

Land mobile system
(>30 MHz)

VHF Mid Band
(70 – 87.5 MHz)

 

VHF High Band
(148 – 174 MHz)

 

400 MHz Band
(403 – 430 MHz and 450 – 520 MHz)

 

800 MHz Trunking Band
(820 – 825 MHz and 865 – 870 MHz)

12.4

Land mobile system
(0-30 MHz)

HF Band
(Designated mobile or land mobile bands below 30 MHz)

12.5

Citizen band radio service (CBRS) repeater

400 MHz CBRS Band
(476.4125 – 477.41875 MHz)

12.6

PABX cordless telephone service

857-861 MHz Band

12.7

Paging system (Interior)

Designated frequencies

12.8

Paging system (Exterior)

Designated frequencies

13.0

Major coast receive

13.1

Major coast receive

MF, HF and VHF Maritime Mobile Bands

14.0

Maritime coast

14.1

Limited coast assigned system

MF, HF and VHF Maritime Mobile Bands

14.2

Limited coast marine rescue

14.3

Limited coast non-assigned

14.4

Major coast A

14.5

Major coast B

15.0

Maritime ship

15.1

Ship station Class B assigned

Maritime Bands

15.2

Ship station Class B non-assigned

15.3

Ship station Class C assigned

15.4

Ship station Class C non-assigned

16.0

Outpost

16.1

Outpost assigned

MF and HF Bands

16.2

Outpost non-assigned

17.0

Public telecommunications service

17.1

PMTS Class B

700 MHz
(703 – 733 MHz and 758 – 788 MHz)

Note: Apparatus licensing in this band is restricted to organisations that have secured access in the digital dividend spectrum auction.

Refer to RALI MS36 for more information.

 

1800 MHz Band
(1710 – 1785 MHz and 1805 – 1880 MHz)

 

2 GHz Band
(1920 – 1980 MHz and 2110 – 2170 MHz)

17.2

PMTS Class C

PTS Bands

18.0

Radiodetermination

18.1

Radiodetermination

Radiolocation and Radionavigation Bands

19.0

Scientific

19.1

Scientific assigned

Unspecified

19.2

Scientific non-assigned

20.0

Space

20.1

Space

Space bands (space-to-Earth)
(excludes NGSO systems above 8.5 GHz)

20.2

Space non-geostationary orbit (NGSO) above 8.5 GHz

Space bands (space-to-Earth)
(NGSO systems above 8.5 GHz)

21.0

Space receive

21.1

Space receive

Space bands (Earth-to-space)
(excludes NGSO systems above 8.5 GHz)

21.2

Space receive non-geostationary orbit (NGSO) above 8.5 GHz

Space bands (Earth-to-space)
(NGSO systems above 8.5 GHz)

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Last updated: 03 July 2014