Vehicular Radar Short Range Devices GURL
With this licence you can own and operate vehicular radar radio transmitting equipment for road vehicle collision mitigation and traffic safety applications.
About this General User Radio Licence (GURL)
The licence you operate under is a General User Radio Licence (GURL). This means you can transmit without the need to get a licence in your own name, or pay licence fees.
You share the spectrum with other vehicles who are using the same frequency and power at the same time as you.
$0.00 — there's no fee for a General User Radio Licence (GURL). All fees associated with this licence are paid for by Radio Spectrum Management (RSM).
You must follow the technical parameters and rules of the licence, which include operating on a specific frequency, up to a set power anywhere in New Zealand.
For the terms and conditions and operating frequencies for this GURL, see the Gazette notice(external link).
You must not operate in a way that causes interference to other licensed radio services.
Your equipment must comply with the relevant radio standards and relevant technical parameters for this licence.