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LICENCE EXEMPT RADIO FREQUENCY SPECTRUM ALLOCATIONS. for use in outdoor wireless access systems. Presented by WAPA Regulatory Advisor Dominic Cull. Spectrum use in South Africa. Service and spectrum licensing frameworks Electronic Communications Act

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Licence exempt radio frequency spectrum allocations

LICENCE EXEMPT RADIO FREQUENCY SPECTRUM ALLOCATIONS

for use in outdoor wireless access systems

Presented by

WAPA Regulatory Advisor

Dominic Cull


Spectrum use in south africa

Spectrum use in South Africa

  • Service and spectrum licensing frameworks

    • Electronic Communications Act

    • Spectrum allocations by the International Telecommunications Union

    • National Radio Frequency Plan

    • Final Radio Frequency Spectrum Regulations

    • Licence Exemption Regulations

  • Conditions for use of licence exempt bands


Frequency band 2400 2483 50 mhz

Frequency Band: 2400 – 2483.50 MHz


Frequency band 5470 5725 mhz

Frequency Band: 5470 – 5725 MHz


Frequency band 5725 5850 mhz

Frequency Band: 5725 – 5850 MHz


Frequency band 5725 5850 mhz1

Frequency Band: 5725 – 5850 MHz


Frequency band 17 1 17 3 ghz

Frequency Band: 17.1 – 17.3 GHz

Frequency Band: 24.00 – 24.25 GHz


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