Devices you need to register
You must register these if you will use them under your spectrum licence:
- groups of transmitters
We require you to register transmitters because it helps us manage interference.
Devices you do not need to register
You do not need to register:
- indoor transmitters
- mobile transmitters
You may wish to register a receiver to manage interference.
How to register your device
You should register devices when you design your radiocommunications system, in case we don't allow them.
If we do allow them, we will give you a certificate. This is called an interference impact certificate (IIC).
Rules for IICs are set out in the Radiocommunications (section 145(3) Certificates) Determination 2012.
We will also add a record to the Register of Radiocommunications Licences.
To register a device you can:
- ask an accredited person
- complete an application to register a radio device under spectrum (R070)
You shouldn't register a device if you don't plan to use it.
For more information read Registration of radiocommunications devices under spectrum licences.
If we don't allow your device
We may not allow your radiocommunications device if it:
- breaks the main conditions of your licence
- is located outside of your boundary
- does not meet the restrictions for how you can set up a device
- it could cause interference outside your boundary
- you don’t have permission from affected licensees to accept potential interference
There are a number of ways to calculate your boundary and the expected interference.
You can also use:
Change details on the register
You must tell us if you:
- stop using any registered devices
- operate the devices in a different way
- modify the device
We will delete the current record and create a new record.