The topics listed below may be of interest to accredited persons.
Support for specific issues is available from the ACMA through the following email addresses:
- accreditation for policy issues;
- FAC policy exemptions for requests or enquiries about exemptions to frequency assigning policy; and
- Licence allocations & information for general enquiries.
Accredited persons wishing to obtain specific clarification of the ACMA policy relating to work under the accreditation scheme may also address queries to:
Industry Partnerships Section
PO Box 78
BELCONNEN ACT 2616
Every attempt will be made to answer queries within 30 days the responses may then be relied upon for the purpose of issuing certificates, until such a time as the policy is formally considered and codified. Replies of general interest to accredited persons will be posted here.
Data fields for Fixed services and Earth stations - The ACMA is encouraging APs to provide additional technical data to improve coordination of fixed services and earth stations
Sub-notional antennas - Advice for accredited persons about the ACMA's policy on microwave notional antennas including what to do when seeking to use a sub-notional or suspected sub-notional antenna.
Conflicting assignments - Information on the potential for conflicting assignments to result from accredited persons' reliance on 'off-line' RADCOM data how to minimise the chances of such assignments occurring and how they will be managed in the event that they do.
Special conditions & advisory notes - Clarification of the responsibilities of accredited persons regarding the specification of special conditions and advisory notes on FACs.
International and domestic developments in the 420-430 MHz band - Advice for accredited persons about a study underway in the International telecommunication Union to identify globally or regionally harmonised frequency bands that could be used to meet the future advanced needs of public protection and disaster relief organisations, for example, police, fire, ambulance and SES.