Wireless & cabling requirements
Around the world, wireless devices and technologies deliver an
ever-increasing range of services to city, urban, rural and remote areas.
local area network (WLAN) is the generic term used for equipment that can
form data networks with other equipment over short distances (usually less than
500 metres) without the use of connecting wires.
You may need a carrier
licence to operate a WLAN. A list of FAQs is
available to inform your decision on WLANs. Before installing a WLAN, you
should also be aware of design and
There is also specific information on phone and alarm
cabling, including where to direct any complaints about
Last updated: 11 February 2016