ACMA Annual Report 2016-17 is released
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has just tabled its annual report, which includes references to its activities for radiocommunications services. The ACMA has a network of fixed, transportable and mobile monitoring for the entire spectrum. It also has a compliance laboratory that carries out testing of radiocommunications devices to support industry to meet standards compliance and product labelling.
Jim Linton - VK3PC
There had been a steady decline in radiocommunication interference complaints, down to 486 in 2016-17 with nearly 300 enforcement actions taken. Interference to domestic free-to-air broadcast television and radio services are treated separately, and again have declined. The ACMA’s strategy includes educating TV viewers about reliable reception needing an optimised antenna.
You can access the report via this Link
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