The ACMA licence fee is dependent on the service location. The fee structure is based on four “density areas”, categorised as; high, medium, low or remote. The "Density Area" is determined by spectrum demand and seeks to maximise the capitlisation of the public spectrum resource. Services located in areas of high density and demand attract a higher fee, and conversely those in low density and demand areas attract a lower fee.
In the picture below, the red areas are high, medium areas are yellow, green areas are low and everywhere else is designated remote density.
Current boundaries for Spectrum Density areas are available in a format for use in Geographical Information System (GIS) software. Download the Shapefile version to use with your GIS and the kmz version for use with the freely available Google Earth.
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