The object of Australia’s Radiocommunications Act of 1992 is to promote the long-term public interest derived from the use of the spectrum. The Act provides for the management of the spectrum in a manner that:

  • facilitates the efficient planning, allocation and use of the spectrum; and
  • facilitates the use of the spectrum for:
    •   commercial purposes; and
    • defence purposes, national security purposes and other non‑commercial purposes (including public safety and community purposes); and
  • (c)  supports the communications policy objectives of the Commonwealth Government.

Compilation date- September 1, 2021

Includes amendments up to- Act No. 62, 2021

Registered- October 28, 2021

Published by the Federal Register of Legislation

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