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2014 News Releases




Draft WIA Repeater and Beacon Policy Released

Date : 28 / 08 / 2014
Author : Phil Wait - VK2ASD

After several months of discussion between the WIA and the various stakeholders, the WIA has now released a draft Repeater and Beacon Policy.

The draft policy attempts to strike a balance between the principals of good spectrum management, (the minimisation of cross-interference between repeaters), and the experimental nature of the amateur service and its inherent need for flexibility.

The WIA encourages all stakeholders to review the draft policy, and forward any comments to the WIA by the 1st November, 2014.

Comments should be sent via the following Link

The band segments and frequencies assigned to amateur repeaters and beacons are also currently under review by the WIA as part of the bandplan review. You are also encouraged to make a submission to that review.Here is the Link to the bandplan review news release.

Related Files

WIA Repeater and Beacon Licence Recommendation Policy
WIA Repeater and Beacon Licence Recommendation Policy - Draft.pdf


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