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Table of Radio Spectrum Usage in New Zealand (PIB 21)
The Table of Radio Spectrum Usage in New Zealand (PIB 21) illustrates the allocation of, and the type of use for, the radio spectrum in New Zealand.
The table indicates significant, but not necessarily exclusive, existing usage within New Zealand and is intended for use by persons of all levels of expertise. The Table can be used as a resource document for developing policies and recommendations pertaining to radio spectrum.
PIB 21 is based on the International Radio Regulations(external link) Article 5, section IV, "Table of Frequency Allocations". New Zealand is a Member State of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and a signatory to a United Nations treaty (Constitution and Convention of the ITU). The International Radio Regulations (IRR) are annexed to this treaty and are international legal documents within which international spectrum management is performed.
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Table of Radio Spectrum Usage in New Zealand (PIB 21) - Issue 11 (June 2021) [PDF, 1.7 MB]
Chart of Radio Spectrum Allocations in New Zealand
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This interactive table allows you to search the New Zealand spectrum usage and allocations, and International allocation.
The interactive table will be updated shortly.