The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has published its annual report, which includes references to its activities for radiocommunications services.The ACMA has a network of fixed, transportable and mobile monitoring for the entire spectrum. It also has a compliance laboratory that carries out testing of radiocommunications devices to support industry to meet standards compliance and product labelling.
There had been a steady decline in radiocommunication interference complaints, down to 486 in 2016-17, with nearly 300 enforcement actions were taken.
Interference to domestic free-to-air broadcast television and radio services are treated separately and again have declined.
The ACMA’s strategy includes educating TV viewers about reliable reception needing an optimised antenna.
View ACMA Report - https://www.acma.gov.au/theACMA/annual-report