Operation of wireless network equipment on the Australian 900 MHz band is governed by Section 54 of the Radiocommunications (Low Interference Potential Devices) Class Licence 2015, which was last updated in May 2023.

LIPD Class 2000 legislation permits the operation of Frequency hopping, WiFi and RLAN transmitters between the range of 915 to 928 MHz, provided they operate under the conditions outlined below. The 13 MHz bandwidth allows most wireless radios to operate with a 10 MHz channel width.

Wireless Band
1 W
Min. Frequency
915 MHz
Max. Frequency
928 MHz
Transmitter Rules
Rule Name Conditions Device Types
Digital modulation transmitters, 1 Watt
  • The radiated peak power spectral density in any 3 kHz must not exceed 25 mW per 3 kHz.
WiFi HaLow, LoRa
Frequency hopping transmitters, 1 Watt
  • A minimum of 20 hopping frequencies must be used.
FHSS-based telemetry
All other transmitters, 3 mW
  • No conditions
Simple AM transmitters