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Hi, i'm looking for an Australian frequency allocation database or chart. I want something that drills down into bands and sub bands such that will tell me 2. GHz is for several users, one being home wifi with x amount of channels, channels being 2.4xx GHz, 2.4xx GHz etc etc is there such a "Bandplan" chart or such please?
 
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Google found plenty of info, just a lot to look thru for the needed info
I would start at Home | ACMA and use the search in the upper right

http://www.acma.gov.au/webwr/radcomm/frequency_planning/spectrum_plan/arsp-wc.pdf
Plenty of info, some dating back to the 80's with channel pairings etc
http://www.acma.gov.au/theacma/band-plans-spectrum-planning-acma

Hi, i'm looking for an Australian frequency allocation database or chart. I want something that drills down into bands and sub bands such that will tell me 2. GHz is for several users, one being home wifi with x amount of channels, channels being 2.4xx GHz, 2.4xx GHz etc etc is there such a "Bandplan" chart or such please?
 
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