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Prohibited equipment gazette notices

The following equipment has been identified to likely cause harmful interference and is prohibited from supply and use in New Zealand.

Radiocommunications Regulations (Prohibited Equipment – Unrestricted Two Way Radio) Notice 2018

The import, offer to sell, or sell and distribute unrestricted two way radio equipment other than by a permitted persons is prohibited.

View the Radiocommunications Regulations (Prohibited Equipment Unrestricted Two Way Radios) Notice 2018

 

Radiocommunications Regulations (Licence to Supply Radio Transmitters – Prohibited Equipment – Ban on the Supply of Vehicular Short-Range Radar Operating in the 22.000 – 26.625 GHz Frequency Range) Notice 2018 No. 2

This notice prohibits the supply and offer for supply of 22 – 26 GHz vehicular radar parts and equipment in New Zealand.

View the notice on the New Zealand Gazette website

 

Radiocommunications regulations (prohibited equipment – Animal tracking and training devices) notice 2014

- Some imported radio transmitters are likely to cause interference because they have been manufactured to use frequencies that clash with other radio services in New Zealand. This notice describes such animal tracking and training devices and the range of frequencies on which these devices must not be manufactured, imported, supplied or used.

View the Radiocommunications Regulations (Prohibited Equipment – Animal Tracking and Training Devices) Notice 2014

 

Radiocommunications regulations (prohibited equipment – radio jammer equipment) notice 2011

Causing interference to radio reception is an offence. This notice provides that manufacture, importation, supply or use of devices intended to disrupt or prevent reception is prohibited.

View the Radiocommunications Regulations (Prohibited Equipment - Radio Jammer Equipment) Notice 2011

 

Radiocommunications regulations (prohibited equipment - decorative lighting) notice 2006

This notice describes a particular type of decorative lighting not meeting electromagnetic compatibility requirements and likely to cause harmful interference. Manufacture, supply or use of these products is prohibited.

View the Radiocommunications Regulations (Prohibited Equipment - Decorative Lighting) Notice 2006

 

Radiocommunications regulations (prohibited equipment) notice 2002

This notice describes particular radio microphone products likely to cause harmful interference, and ranges of frequencies for which manufacture, supply and use of those products is prohibited.

View the Radiocommunications Regulations (Prohibited Equipment) Notice 2002

 

Last updated 3 October 2018