10.6 Point-to-point (2.1 GHz band) | ACMA

10.6 Point-to-point (2.1 GHz band)

Licence type

Option

Frequency band(s)

10.0 Fixed

10.6 Point-to-point

2.1 GHz Band
(1900 – 2300 MHz)



Band/Channel plan(s)

Information paper(s)

Fixed - point to point

Licence conditions determinations

Spectrum embargoes
(current as of last update of this page)

Embargoes 23, 26, 41, and 49 apply.

For a current list of applicable embargoes, refer to RALI MS03.

Coordination criteria
(RALIs, Advisory Guidelines etc)

Intra-service coordination

Inter-service coordination

Note: Appendix 7 of RALI FX03 provides guidance on the approach to be taken in coordinating proposed 2.1 GHz apparatus licensed fixed links with spectrum licensed services in the 2 GHz band.

AP alert

Frequency assignment practices

Business operating procedures

  1. ACMA contact details for accredited persons
  2. Procedure for submitting requests for exemptions from embargoes
  3. Radiocommunications site data requirements
  4. Submission of antenna radiation pattern envelope data to the ACMA
  5. BOP Correcting information in the ACMA’s Register of Radiocommunications Licences

Spatial data

  • Download embargo areas, in Placemark (Google Earth) and Shapefile format, from the spectrum embargoes web page.
  • Download RALI MS31 notification zones in Placemark (ordered by CSIRO observatory site or Frequency band) and Shapefile Shapefile format.
  • Download a spatial representation of the areas referenced in the Television Outside Broadcast Service Frequency Band Plan 2012 (available in Placemark format).

Other information

Particular attention should be paid to the notes included with the assignment instructions (refer Appendix 1 of FX03). These notes deal with, among other things, restrictions on the use of certain channels and coordination with spectrum licensed space.

 

Note: Minimum performance requirements apply to antennas used in the 2.1 GHz point to point service. Refer to Appendix 11 of FX03 for further information.

 

Last updated: 26 September 2017