Radio Spectrum Management has recently completed the following projects.
For older projects please see the Archived projects and auctions page.
Cabinet has decided that the lower part of the digital terrestrial television band (510-606 MHz) can return to normal licencing arrangements. A moratorium on licence changes had been in place during the digital switch-over.
RSM has announced decisions relating to the use of TDD equipment in 3.5 GHz band.
In early 2015 Radio Spectrum Management sought feedback on the use of fixed service bands in New Zealand.
The Radiocommunications Regulations have been amended to improve RSM’s ability to deal with interference, and the import of prohibited and non-compliant equipment. The amendments came into force on 1 February 2015.
Unsold AM and FM licences for sound broadcasting from Auction 13 were sold by a closed allocation process in June 2015
AM and FM licences for sound broadcasting were auctioned online in November 2014.
Information about the digital dividend planning and consultation processes from 2005-2014.
This technical consultation is being conducted to define technical parameters for certifying spectrum licences in the Managed Spectrum Park (MSP). We are now seeking feedback from AREs and interested parties on the recommendations as outlined in the report.
Radio Spectrum Management has developed rules to allow the use of television white space devices.