The Radiocommunications Licence Conditions (Temporary Community Broadcasting Licence) Determination 2003 sets conditions applicable to all apparatus licences issued under section 101A of the Radiocommunications Act 1992. Licences issued under section 101A authorise temporary community broadcasting stations.
The Determination was made by the former ACA (a predecessor of ACMA) on 27 February, 2003 and gazetted on 28 February, 2003. It came into effect on 1 March, 2003.
The Determination sets out the circumstances under which a transmitter may be operated to communicate with another station, conditions relating to interference to other broadcasting services and conditions regulating human exposure to electromagnetic radiation (EMR) emitted by a transmitter.
For more information about the EMR exposure parts of the Determination, or if you require a hard copy of the Determination, please contact ACMA's Standards Section or your nearest ACMA Office.