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Welcome to the Radio Spectrum Management website

Radio Spectrum Management (RSM) is a business unit of the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) and is responsible for efficiently and effectively managing the radio spectrum in New Zealand. This includes allocating rights for the use of the spectrum, and enforcing compliance with the requirements to ensure legitimate users are able to enjoy their rights.

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Consultation: Proposed rules for VHF IoT testbed
1 November 2018
We are consulting on rules for a three year testbed for IoT use, between 210 – 220 MHz.
Using non-compliant Multi-Use Radio Service (MURS) devices
1 November 2018
Devices that operate on the MURS frequency band are illegal to supply and operate in NZ.
Licence to supply radio transmitting equipment
1 November 2018
Suppliers wanting to import, supply or sell radio transmitting equipment, including unrestricted two-way radios must apply for a Licence to supply radio transmitters.
Updated: Radio Licence Certification Rules (PIB 38) and Radio Licence Policy Rules (PIB 58)
1 November 2018
We recently published new issues of the Radio Licence Certification Rules (PIB 38) and Radio Licence Policy Rules (PIB 58).

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IoT Testbed

This consultation invites interested parties to comment on the proposed new rules for the IoT testbed.

Consultation closes: 30 November 2018
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