Public information brochures (PIBs)
PIB 9A - Television and Radio Interference - Questionnaire.
Issue 6 - December 2011 ISSN: 1175-6748
PIB 22 - Fixed service bands in New Zealand. This document is intended as a convenient reference to the bands used in the Fixed Service, showing details of channel frequencies and separations between the ‘go’ and ‘return’ channels.
PIB 23 - Mobile service bands in New Zealand. This document is intended as a convenient reference to the bands used in VHF and UHF Mobile Services, showing details of channel frequencies and separations between the ‘Base Transmit’ and ‘Mobile Transmit’ channels.
PIB 26 - Bidders manual for electronic auctions using the internet.
PIB 28 - Radio spectrum auctions. General information.
PIB 34 - Applications and requirements for approved radio engineers and approved certifiers.
PIB 36 - Future spectrum usage: A forecast of technical issues for the periods 2001 - 2006, 2006 - 2011 [398 kB PDF]
PIB 36 - Future spectrum usage: A forecast of technical issues for the periods 2001 - 2006, 2006 - 2011.
Current and previous issues of PIB 38.
Current and previous issues of PIB 39 - Spectrum licence certification rules for crown management rights.
PIB 40 details the audit procedures for engineering certificates issued by Approved Persons. Issue 3 has been updated to reflect a targeted risk based selection of certificates rather than random selection of certificates for audit.
PIB 45 details the requirements for applicants wishing to become an Approved Radio Examiner (ARX).
PIB 46 details the rules for the issue and use of radio operator certificates and callsigns.
Information to assist in identifying whether a party has legal entity status and is therefore capable of holding a licence or management right under the Radiocommunications Act 1989.
First published in May 2009 by the Radio Spectrum Policy and Planning Group, Energy and Communications Branch, Ministry of Economic Development. Available in HTML or PDF format.
This is intended to assist all parties involved in the specification, purchase, supply and installation of Power Drive Systems (PDS) in order to meet requirements for Electromagnetic Interference and Compatibility (EMI and EMC).
PIB 58 specifies the operational policies for Radio Licensing.