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Adding new usages to General User Radio Licence: Short Range Devices in frequencies below 30 MHz – Technical consultation

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Submissions closed at
5pm on Friday, 14 September 2018
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Summary

Increased use in portable electrical appliances and mobile devices has driven interest in wireless charging. This technology has two components that require use of radio spectrum below the 30 MHz frequency range.

  1. Wireless power transfer system
  2. Inductive loop system

Radio Spectrum Management has prepared a consultation document concerning these technologies, what they do and how they work. It identifies that these components fall within the definition of short range devices and are covered by this general user radio licence (GURL-SRD).

The existing technical conditions in the GURL SRD would need to be modified. This would explicitly allow wireless power transmission and inductive loop systems to be used under the GURL SRD.

How to make a submission

Submissions are due by 5pm Friday 14 September 2018.

By email: (preferred)

radio.spectrum@mbie.govt.nz
Subject line “Adding new usages to General User Radio Licence: Short Range Devices in frequencies below 30 MHz – Technical consultation”

By post:

Adding new usages to General User Radio Licence: Short Range Devices in frequencies below 30 MHz – Technical consultation
Radio Spectrum Management, Policy and Planning
Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment
PO Box 2847
Wellington 6140
 

Last updated 14 August 2018