A group of the radio spectrum administrators of Zhejiang province in China recently visited New Zealand. Zhejiang is one of China’s most commercial and richest provinces, with a population of around 55 million and is a quite hilly area on the eastern coast. Mr Xing Baozhong, Deputy Director of the Zhejiang Economic and Information Technology Commission, accompanied by other delegates from the Commission and from the Radio Administration Bureaus of the province met with New Zealand’s Radio Spectrum Management to learn about the planning, licensing and compliance processes followed here.
They spent an afternoon in the Auckland RSM office, during which a presentation by Chris Brennan and Fadia Mudafar was enthusiastically discussed, and their questions answered. They were very interested to note that New Zealand manages spectrum requirements including interference and compliance without having a national network of fixed monitoring stations.
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