Telecommunications code
EMR Australia, Thursday, March 06, 2003

The provisioins of the ACIF Code for the Deployment of Radiocommunications Infrastructure will shortly come into effect. More than three years after the project was begun, the Australian Communications Industry Forum (ACIF) Code for the Deployment of Radiocommunications Infrastructure is about to be implemented. Commenced in December 1999, completed in March 2002, registered by the Australian Communications Authority (ACA) on 10 October last year, the Code will be officially enforced fro  read more

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EMR Australia, Monday, June 03, 2002

The first Australian telecommunications code of practices has been finalised. Commenced in December 1999, released for public comment in August 2000, revised and re-exhibited for public comment in August 2000, the Australian Communications Industry Forum’s (ACIF’s) Code for the Deployment of Radiocommunications Infrastructure has at last been finalised. In March this year, after 30 months of intense debate, the Committee endorsed the final version of the Code. The Code was approved by t  read more

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New RF standard increases exposure
EMR Australia, Monday, December 10, 2001

Doubts emerge about the new ARPANSA RF standard. In mid October the RF Working Group completed the latest Radiation Protection Standard. No vote was taken on the document before it was forwarded to the next rung of the bureaucratic ladder. If approved and adopted, the document will allow Australians to be exposed to more radiation—in some cases four times more—than at present. At the frequencies at which mobile phones and base stations operate, the public will be exposed to   read more

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Australia's revised RF standard
EMR Australia, Saturday, June 23, 2001

EMRAA looks at some of the problems with Australia's draft RF standard. A year in preparation, the new draft Standard for radiation protection is now available for public review. The Standard, which covers the frequencies from 3 kHz to 300 GHz—including the range used by mobile phones and base stations—has been drafted by a working group convened by Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency (ARPANSA), with representation from industry, unions, Occupational Health   read more

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