[wireless-regdb] wireless-regdb: Update regulatory rules for New Zealand (NZ) on 5GHz and 60 GHz [UNCLASSIFIED]

Peter Gent Peter.Gent at mbie.govt.nz
Mon Oct 27 18:04:10 PDT 2014


We wish to note the following changes should be made to the wireless regulatory database to reflect some recent changes to the 60 GHz band here in New Zealand. In additional there are some inaccuracies when compared to our current licencing for the 5 GHz "Wi-Fi" band.

The updated entry for New Zealand should read:

5150 MHz  - 5250 MHz  80MHz channels, indoor use only at -7.0 dBW EIRP TPC enabled
5250 MHz -  5350 MHz  80 MHz channels, indoor use at -7.0 dBW EIRP, outdoor use at 0 dBW EIRP with DFS and TPC enabled* 
5470 MHz  - 5725 MHz  80 MHz channels, 0 dBW EIRP with DFS and TPC enabled*
5725 MHz  - 5875 MHz  80 MHz channels, 6.0 dBW EIRP with frequency hopping enabled  
57000 MHz - 66000 MHz, indoor use only at 13.0 dBW EIRP 

*if TPC is not enabled, than transmit power must be reduced by 3dB

Further information on SRD licencing rules can be found at http://www.rsm.govt.nz/cms/licensees/types-of-licence/general-user-licences/short-range-devices 



Peter Gent

Radio Spectrum Management, Infrastructure & Resource Markets Group
Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment

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