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New General User Radio Licence for Fixed Radio Link Devices

A new edition of the General User Radio Licence for Fixed Radio Link Devices (GURL-FRLD) has been published.

The GURL-FRLD has been modified to add the frequency range 57 – 64 GHz for Multi-Gigabit point to point fixed links, enabling new backhaul options for users. The new provisions are similar to those in the USA.

Multi-Gigabit WiFi is a new technology that can deliver speeds of up 7 Gbit per second over some tens of meters. A popular Multi-Gigabit WiFi technology uses the IEEE standard 802.11ad.

Users of the GURL-FRLD should read the new licence carefully to ensure that they comply with the terms and conditions.
 

Last updated 7 April 2015