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Have your say – proposed amateur class licence and considerations for higher power operation

Date : 29 / 09 / 2022
Author : Lee Moyle - VK3GK

ACMA proposed single CLASS LICENCE to replace current individual NON-ASSIGNED licences.

The WIA has liaised extensively and productively over many months with the ACMA on the proviso that the WIA could only support a proposed class licence on a “no disadvantage” basis.

As this consultation has just been released by the ACMA, the WIA has yet to review the details embodied in the new proposal and will release an assessment as soon as practicable.
We look forward to engaging the support of our members for this consultation process.


Excellent news from ACMA. See below:

ACMA News Release 29 September 2022

Have your say – proposed amateur class licence and considerations for higher power operation.

Following the extensive 2021 public consultation and associated response to submissions, we have released a consultation paper on the proposed amateur class licence and supporting operational arrangements, along with considerations for higher power operation.

This is the next step in our review of regulatory arrangements for the operation of non-assigned amateur stations. Link

The draft class licence for amateur radio has been amended to incorporate changes suggested by representative bodies, amateur radio clubs and individual amateurs during the 2021 consultation.

The consultation paper, proposed class licence and details about how to make a submission are available on the ACMA website.Link

Submissions close COB, Tuesday 29 November 2022.

Questions about the consultation
If you have an important question about this consultation, please send it directly to: spectrumlicensingpolicy@acma.gov.au.

Please note, we may use the Amateur radio update e-bulletin to answer frequently asked questions.



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