Fly Through Licensing
If you are planning to build, install or upgrade your radio communications network, make life easier by getting Kordia to help you achieve compliance to meet your Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) licensing obligations.
Kordia is the go-to company for compliance, for many reasons. Here are a few.
ACMA has engaged Kordia to provide submissions on a range of topics and we participate in their working groups to deliver feedback on technical and information papers before their general release. Given Kordia’s depth of knowledge and relationship with the ACMA, we are able to simplify and expedite a potentially lengthy compliance process.
Our ACMA-accredited engineers are highly experienced in providing solutions to meet all technical and regulatory requirements. We can provide high-level designs through to Frequency Assignment Certificates in relation to Apparatus Licences and Interference Impact (and related) Certificates for Spectrum Licences.
We can provide solutions to cover all radio technologies across mobile, fixed, maritime, telecommunications, WiMAX/wireless broadband, and terrestrial and satellite broadcasters.
If you want fewer headaches and quicker licensing results, talk to Kordia.
Section 263 of the Radiocommunications Act 1992 (the Act) provides for the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) to accredit persons to perform certain activities related to the use of the radiofrequency spectrum.
The Radiocommunications (Accreditation – Prescribed Certificates) – Principles 2003 is the legal instrument which defines the principles that govern the accreditation process and specifies the matters for which accreditation may occur.
The ACMA currently accredits persons to issue two kinds of certificates:
• Frequency Assignment Certificates (FACs) under section 100(4A) of the Act, relating to the operation of radiocommunications transmitters and receivers covered under apparatus licensing arrangements; and
• Interference Impact Certificates (IICs) under section 145(3) of the Act, relating to the operation of radiocommunications transmitters and receivers in spectrum subject to spectrum licensing.
“Our engineers are accredited in Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) licensing requirements and provide licensing and device registration services for a number of our telecommunications customers.”