Closing date for submissions
A closing date has been set for formal submissions on all papers released on Spectrum Square, up to and including the two papers on secondary markets for spectrum (released on 28 March 2013).
Submissions on these papers are due by close of business, Friday 10 May 2013. The closing date for submissions on these papers has been extended and are now due by close of business, Friday 31 May 2013.
The blog will remain available to discuss the issues raised in these papers beyond the closing date for formal submissions.
About the Spectrum Square
- The Spectrum Square gives interested stakeholders and the general public the opportunity to participate in the policy development process.
- It is an important part of the government’s ongoing dialogue with industry and the public on spectrum policy issues.
- This site is a place for discussion on spectrum-related issues and questions.
- Readers are invited to comment on the short policy papers published on this site, suggest further topics for consideration, and express their views on various related topics.
Why participate in the Spectrum Square?
- Technological changes, convergence and the rapidly increasing demand for spectrum generated by the use of mobile broadband, are testing the responsiveness and relevance of the current spectrum management framework.
- Through the Spectrum Square website, the Department of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy will release a series of discussion papers to engage stakeholders on spectrum policy and management issues. A number of papers have already been published, and we will be releasing more over the next 12 months.
- On this site you can raise issues, make submissions, put forward your ideas and discuss important spectrum policy matters.