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ACMA Reports Progress on Spectrum Management Work Program

The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has released its annual progress report for the Five-year spectrum outlook 2022–27 (FYSO), updating the status of work scheduled for the period 1 July 2022 to 30 June 2023.

The report shows the 2022–23 work program is largely complete. It also outlines where some activities have been delayed or deferred, primarily due to the need to address additional issues, or because of the introduction of additional priority projects.

The Five-year spectrum outlook 2022–27 (FYSO) provides a broad overview of trends that affect spectrum management and factors used to inform the ACMA’s planning and spectrum allocation priorities.

The FYSO also includes a detailed annual work program, with activities and milestones for the 2022–23 financial year.

According to the Authority, “We are continuing to implement planning outcomes to support the deployment of 5G services in Australia, are commencing our consideration of expiring spectrum licences, and remain focused on our reviewing legislative instruments due to sunset. We will continue to monitor the demand for spectrum for non-geostationary satellite orbit (NGSO) constellations and relevant emerging regulatory arrangements, and monitor international developments on terahertz spectrum.”

The ACMA says it  expects to release the FYSO 2023–28 in the coming months.


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