Spectrum management in Australia is facing its largest shake-up since passage of the Radiocommunications Act 1992, though you wouldn’t know it – few members of parliament will have looked closely at the amendments, which proceeded without fanfare and with bipartisan support in late 2020. They mark a final resolution to the major review of spectrum management launched by then communications minister (and later, prime minister) Malcolm Turnbull way back in 2014.
GILES TANNER on what recent reforms to Australia’s spectrum regulatory scheme tell us about where spectrum management is heading.
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