|Sub Service||Narrowcasting Service (LPON)|
|Date of Effect||16/Feb/2022|
|Date of Expiry||25/Mar/2023|
|Advisory Notes||Conditions applicable to the operation of Narrowcasting Service station(s) authorised under this licence can be found in the Radiocommunications Licence Conditions (Apparatus Licence) Determination and the Radiocommunications Licence Conditions (Broadcasting Licence) Determination. Copies of these determinations are available from the ACMA and from the ACMA home page (www.acma.gov.au).|
The effective antenna height above average terrain shall not exceed 10 metres.
This licence is issued or renewed only for the period for which the frequency has been made available under section 34 of the Broadcasting Services Act 1992.
This licence can only be used to provide a low-power open narrowcasting service.
The received signal in any area zoned residential (as determined by the Australian Bureau of Statistics data for towns and cities) shall not exceed 48 DBUV/M measured at a height of 10 metres above ground at any location more than 2 km from the antenna.
The licensee is required to place advertisments in newspapers circulating within the coverage area of the transmitter, within 7 days of the commencement of operations, or changes to operation conditions of the transmitter, asking members of the public to contact the licensee if they believe that operation of the transmitter is causing interference to another service.
The licensee must ensure that no harmful interference shall be caused to the operation of any radiocommunication station or service. If the operation of the transmitter is causing interference to other services, the licensee is required, at the licensee's own expense, to adjust, or fit devices to, receivers in order to eliminate or minimise that interference.
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Assignments for this Licence
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|7097636||87.6 MHz||200KF8EHF||T||Cowadbie St COOLAMON NSW 2701 (150324)|