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Subject: Re: 125KHz ISM Band and Aust Standard AS4268.1
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I don't believe 125 kHz is an ISM band. check with the ACA but I believe the
ISM bands including ITU allocations ( not necessarily those allocated in
6.765 - 6.795 Mhz
13.553 - 13.567 MHz
26.957 - 27.283 MHz
40.66 - 40.70 MHz
433.05 - 434.79 Mhz
918 - 926 MHz (902 - 928 ?)
2400 - 2500 MHz
5725 - 5875 MHz
24 - 24.25 GHz
per ARSP02 117.6 - 126 kHz is for Fixed, maritime mobile and
radionavigation. with caveats for operating modes.
However there is an aus standard covering "short range devices" over the
band 9 kHz to 25 MHz that being the AS4268 you mention. I believe this
places specifications on the equipment but I doubt those specifications
alleviate any requirement of the ACA but I haven't seen as4268.
Pay the $70 and get a copy or perhaps a visit to the local university
library may get you to see the contents.
"Joseph Goldburg" wrote in message
> HI all,
> Does any one know the ISM power limits for 125KHz.
> I think it is AS4268.1 which may be based on ETSI 300 330.
> The power limit should be in EIRP (mW , W, or uW).
> Any pointers would be appreciated.
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