RALI FX21 - Television outside broadcasting services
Radiocommunications Assignment and Licensing Instruction (RALI) FX21 Television Outside Broadcasting Services in the Bands 1980–2110 MHz and 2170–2300 MHz—available in Word (1.3MB) or PDF (1.1MB) formats.
A coordination arrangements document, as referenced in RALI FX21, that defines spectrum sharing arrangements between Australian Television Outside Broadcast (TOB) licensees and the European Space Agency (ESA) for the purpose of providing ESA access to the frequency ranges in the bands 2025–2044 MHz, 2054–2110 MHz, 2200–2215 MHz and 2230–2290 MHz in order to support launcher and Launch & Early Orbit Phase (LEOP) support operations from ESA’s New Norcia Earth station in Western Australia is available in Word (138kB) or PDF (557kB) formats.
RALI FX21 Television Outside Broadcasting Services in the bands 1980–2110 MHz and 2170–230 MHz provides information on frequency coordination and licensing arrangements for television outside broadcast (TOB) services in the bands 1980–2110 MHz and 2170–2300 MHz.
The RALI was developed as part of work to support the introduction of TOB services into the frequency bands 1980–2110 MHz and 2170–2300 MHz, an outcome of the 2010 review of the 2.5 GHz band and long-term arrangements for ENG.
RALI FX21 was updated in December 2018 to remove superseded channel arrangements that applied before 31 January 2016.
Last updated: 18 December 2018