|Client||Starlink Internet Services Pte. Ltd|
|Sub Service||Space Receive|
|Date of Effect||16/Jul/2021|
|Date of Expiry||07/Jan/2026|
Coordination agreements reached as a result of an ITU international frequency coordination process are intended to minimise the potential for harmful interference to radiocommunications stations. A radiocommunications station operated prior to a frequency assignment being recorded in the MIFR cannot necessarily claim protection from harmful interference from radiocommunications stations of other countries.
This licence does not authorise operation of earth stations outside of Australia.
Conditions applicable to the operation of Space Receive station(s) authorised under this licence can be found in the Radiocommunications Licence Conditions (Apparatus Licence) Determination. Copies of this determination are available from the ACMA and from the ACMA home page (www.acma.gov.au).
The Master International Frequency Register (MIFR) is maintained by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) in accordance with the Radio Regulations.
The licensee shall advise the ACMA of changes to the point of contact provided for the purpose of tracing any suspected cases of interference.
Transmissions must not occur in circumstances that result in harmful interference to stations outside of Australia where these stations are operating in accordance with the Radio Regulations of the ITU except where the transmissions are in accordance with any agreements reached as a result of an ITU international frequency coordination process.
Upon receipt of a report of harmful interference under International Telecommunication Union Radio Regulation No. 11.42 all necessary steps shall be taken immediately eliminate the harmful interference or cease operation.
Earth station transmitters on land associated with this space station must not be operated within 70 kilometres distance from the Murchison Radioastronomy Observatory without the approval of the entity responsible for operating the Murchison Radioastronomy Observatory.
Prior to the frequency assignments being recorded in the Master International Frequency Register, this space station and associated earth stations may operate in accordance with the operating parameters published by the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) in Special Sections of International Frequency Information Circulars and in accordance with any agreements reached as a result of an ITU frequency coordination process.
This space station and associated earth stations are authorised to communicate with the STEAM-1 satellite network as published by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) in Special Section CR/C/3739 of International Frequency Information Circular [IFIC 2920].
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Assignments for this Licence
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|8206749||14.25 GHz||250MD7W||R||Australia-wide (1)|