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Due to the increased use of WLAN (Wireless Local Area Network) in New Zealand, Radio Spectrum Management (RMS) has opened a public consultation seeking feedback on their preliminary views and proposals for the 5925 MHz - 7125 MHz frequency range.
RSM proposes to authorise the General User Radio Licence (GURL) for Short Range Devices (SRD) to cover low power and very lower power WLAN devices in the range 5925 - 6425 MHz:
Low Power devices operating at 24 dBm for indoor use only
Very Low Power devices operating at 14 dBm for all locations
Comments shall be submitted no later than 5pm on 30th of June 2021 per email to: Radio.Spectrum@mbie.govt.nz with subject line: “Consultation Submission - WLAN use in the 6 GHz band”
New General User Radio License for Short Range Devices
On 6 November 2020, a new General User Radio License for Short Range Devices (GURL for Short Range devices) came into force by being published in the official Gazette of New Zealand.
In comparison to the 2019 version, the following amendments were made:
- the use of the frequencies 0.1485 – 30 MHz for wireless power transfer systems and induction loop systems for the detection of foreign objections has been regulated
- a new provision for the use of the frequency range 1785 – 1805 MHz for wireless microphone, in-ear monitor, or wireless audio transmitter devices
- in order to implement WRC-19 Resolution 229: amendments to regulation of wireless LAN outdoor use of 5150 – 5350 MHz devices with a power level up to 0 dBW were made
- the use of 13.553 – 13.567 MHz RFID transmitters has been regulated
The Radio Spectrum Management of the New Zealand Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment has emitted a discussion paper entitled "Adding new usages to General User Radio Licence for Short Range Devices below 30 MHz".
This technical consultation aims at clarifying the existing technical conditions in the general user radio licence (GURL SRD) for a specific field, wireless charging. This technology includes wireless power transfer (WPT) system and inductive loop system, operating in sub 30 MHz frequency range.
The different frequency ranges of WPT already fall implicitly within the current provisions of the GURL SRD. But the inductive loop systems operate within a wide range (0.1485-30 MHz) across many provisions within the GURL SRD.
To clarify the proper use of radio spectrum wireless charging, there is a need to add a new provision to the GURL SRD explicitly covering both entire frequency ranges.
Comments are expected until 2018-09-14 at 5pm (local time),
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