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anyone can tell me Australia wireless spectrum?

Discussion in 'General Electronics Discussion' started by [email protected], Jan 19, 2016.

  1. michelle@sunshn

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    Hi everyone,

    Michelle here. I'd like to know actual Australia wireless spectrum, 433MHz or 915MHz or else?
    Looking forward to your early reply. Tks :)

    With regards,
    Michelle
     
  2. davenn

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    hi Michelle

    it goes from 0Hz to 100's of GHz

    specifically what sort of wireless/radio are you interested in and for what purpose ? ?


    Dave
     
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  3. michelle@sunshn

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    Hi Dave,

    What is actual radiofrequency for civil use? Is 433MHz or 915MHz suitable?

    Tks :)

    Regards,
    Michelle
     
  4. michelle@sunshn

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  5. ramussons

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    See what is the Frequency of a Home WiFi Router. That's certainly one for civilian use. :D
     
  6. davenn

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    what is your definition of civil use ?
    amateur radio could be considered civil use and we have frequency bands right across the spectrum

    you are still being extremely vague
     
  7. (*steve*)

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    I think the simple answer is that in Australia there are no "free for all" frequency bands.

    oh, except for 0 Hz. Radio broadcasting using a DC carrier is fine. However the half wave dipole antenna is inconveniently large.
     
  8. michelle@sunshn

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    I refered to Australia radiofrequency allocations chart, thought AMATEUR, Fixed, Mobile service may have civil use. Civil use may be vague.
     
  9. (*steve*)

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    I'm not sure what bands are reserved for pure military use. Everything else, by elimination must be available for civilian use.

    Are you perhaps after the frequency bands that can be used without a license, or predators the bands which can be used by licensed individuals (as opposed to organizations)?

    Or are you after bands which allow licensed operators to use transmitting equipment without a need for that equipment to be either individual or "type" approved?
     
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