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The Ministry released a discussion document for comment in July 2014. The discussion document assumes that the fundamental concepts of radio spectrum management in New Zealand remain sound.

The document questions whether the Act achieves the appropriate balance between flexibility and predictability for users.

The key areas of the radio spectrum management regime considered are:

  • interference management

  • competition regulation during spectrum allocations

  • technical definition of management rights and licences

  • regional division of management rights

  • regulation of new technologies such as cognitive radio and white space devices.

Interested parties were invited to comment on the questions raised by the discussion document and any other matters related to the Act.

The submissions have now closed.

 

Review submissions

27 submissions were received and are available for download.

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Cross submissions

14 cross submissions were received and are available for download.

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Interference management workshop submissions

5 interference workshop submissions were received and are available for download.

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Last updated 3 August 2015