Radiocommunications (Transmitter Licence Tax) Regulations (Amendment)

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1989 No. 320*1* RADIOCOMMUNICATIONS (TRANSMITTER LICENCE TAX) REGULATIONS*2*
(AMENDMENT)
*1* Notified in the Commonwealth of Australia Gazette on 30 November 1989. *2* Statutory Rules 1985 No. 197 as amended to date. For previous amendments see Note 2 to Statutory Rules 1989 No. 194 and see also Statutory Rules 1989 Nos. 194 and 315. 1989 No. 320 RADIOCOMMUNICATIONS (TRANSMITTER LICENCE TAX) REGULATIONS
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Commencement
1. These Regulations commence on 1 December 1989. 1989 No. 320 RADIOCOMMUNICATIONS (TRANSMITTER LICENCE TAX) REGULATIONS
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Principal Regulations
2. In these Regulations, "Principal Regulations" means the Radiocommunications (Transmitter Licence Tax) Regulations. 1989 No. 320 RADIOCOMMUNICATIONS (TRANSMITTER LICENCE TAX) REGULATIONS
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Interpretation
3. Regulation 2 of the Principal Regulations is amended by inserting before paragraph (a) in the definition of "service" in subregulation (1) the following paragraph: "(aa) ambulatory service (low frequency);". 1989 No. 320 RADIOCOMMUNICATIONS (TRANSMITTER LICENCE TAX) REGULATIONS
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Tax in respect of grant of transmitter licence-certain fixed amounts
4. Regulation 4 of the Principal Regulations is amended: (a) by omitting the table at the foot of subregulation (1) and substituting the following table: " ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Item No. Bandwidth range in kilohertz Amount per annum of tax Class C1 (other than low density location) Amount per annum of tax Class C1 (low density location) ----------------------------------------------------------------------- $ $ 1 Not exceeding 36 ....................... 296 151 2 Exceeding 36 but not exceeding 200 ..... 366 183 3 Exceeding 200 but not exceeding 500 .... 710 355 4 Exceeding 500 but not exceeding 2,000 .. 1322 656 ---------------------------------------------------------------------- "; (b) by omitting the table at the foot of subregulation (2) and substituting the following table: " ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Item No. Bandwidth range in kilohertz Amount per annum of tax Class C2 (other than low density location) Amount per annum of tax Class C2 (low density location) ----------------------------------------------------------------------- $ $ 1 Not exceeding 36 ....................... 48 24 2 Exceeding 36 but not exceeding 200 ..... 61 31 3 Exceeding 200 but not exceeding 500 .... 73 37 4 Exceeding 500 but not exceeding 2,000 .. 98 49 5 Exceeding 2,000 but not exceeding 7,000 145 73 6 Exceeding 7,000 but not exceeding 14,000 ........................................ 296 151 7 Exceeding 14,000 but not exceeding 28,000 ........................................ 489 247 8 Exceeding 28,000 ....................... 860 430 ---------------------------------------------------------------------- "; (c) by omitting from subregulation (3) "of a kind referred to in this regulation" and substituting ", Class C1 (other than low density location) or a fixed station, Class C1 (low density location)". 1989 No. 320 RADIOCOMMUNICATIONS (TRANSMITTER LICENCE TAX) REGULATIONS
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Schedule
5. The Schedule to the Principal Regulations is repealed and the following Schedule substituted: SCHEDULE Regulation 3 TAX ON GRANT OF TRANSMITTER LICENCE ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ -- Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Item No. Expression Rate per annum of tax ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ -- $ 1 Aeronautical station ...................... 89 2 Aircraft station, Class A ................. 215 3 Aircraft station, Class B ................. 40 4 Amateur station (unrestricted) ............ 32 5 Amateur station (limited) ................. 32 6 Amateur station (novice) .................. 32 7 Amateur station (combined limited and novice) ........................................... 32 7A Ambulatory service (low frequency) ........ 129 + $42 in respect of each mobile station, other than the first such station, that forms part of the service. 8 Ambulatory service (extra high density location) ................................. 634 + $42 in respect of each mobile station, other than the first such station, that forms part of the service. 9 Ambulatory service (very high density/high density location) ........................ 505 + $42 in respect of each mobile station, other than the first such station, that forms part of the service. 10 Ambulatory service (low density location) . 242 + $42 in respect of each mobile station, other than the first such station, that forms part of the service. 10A Ancillary communications service network, Class A ................................... 10,750 10B Ancillary communications service network, Class B ................................... 107,500 11 AUSSAT service ............................ 167, 657 12 Australian satellite service .............. 167.66 per MHz bandwidth for each orbital position 13 Base station, Class I ..................... 129 14 Base station, Class II (extra high density location) ................................. 634 for each transmitting frequency 15 Base station, Class II (very high density/high density location) ........... 505 for each transmitting frequency 16 Base station, Class II (low density location) ........................................... 242 for each transmitting frequency 17 Base station, Class III ................... 104 for each transmitting frequency 18 Citizen band radio station ................ 16 per transmitter 19 Coast station, Class A .................... 1,011 20 Coast station, Class B .................... 19,447 21 Disaster station .......................... 33 21A Earth station, Australian satellite service, Class A .................................... 199 + $107,500 x T, where T equals the number of transponders, or fractions of a transponder or transponders, accessed by that earth station, where: (a) those transponders or fractions are not accessed by any other earth station that includes a transmitter in respect of which the licensee to whose licence that first-mentioned earth station relates is the licensee; and (b) each transponder so accessed, including any transponder in relation to which a fraction is accessed, has a bandwidth not exceeding 45 MHz 22 Earth station, Australian satellite service, Class B .................................... 199 + $6708 x T, where transponders, or fractions of a transponder or transponders, accessed by that earth station, where: (a) those transponders or fractions are not accessed by any other earth station that includes a transmitter in respect of which the licensee to whose licence that first-mentioned earth station relates is the licensee; and (b) each transponder so accessed, including any transponder in relation to which a fraction is accessed, has a bandwidth not exceeding 45 MHz 23 Earth station, Class A .................... 376 24 Earth station, Class B .................... 1,957 25 Earth station, Class C .................... 9,879 26 Earth station, Class D .................... 19,673 27 Earth station, Class E .................... 92,138 28 Experimental station ...................... 80 29 Exterior paging service (other than low density location) ........................ 2,473 30 Exterior paging service (low density location) ................................. 1,172 31 Exterior paging service (supplementary transmitter, other than low density location) ................................. 645 32 Exterior paging service (supplementary transmitter, low density location) ....... 290 33 Fixed station, Class A (business) ......... 156 for each transmitting frequency 34 Fixed station, Class A (private) .......... 55 for each transmitting frequency 35 Fixed station, Class B (other than low density location) 98 for each transmission path 36 Fixed station, Class B (low density location) ........................................... 77 for each transmission path 37 Fixed station, Class C1 (other than low density location) subject to subregulation 4 (3), for each transmission path, the rate ascertained in accordance with subregulation 4 (1) having regard to the bandwidths referred to in that subregulation. 38 Fixed station, Class C1 (low density location) ................................. subject to subregulation 4 (3), for each transmission path, the rate ascertained in accordance with subregulation 4 (1) having regard to the bandwidths referred to in that subregulation. 39 Fixed station, Class C2 (other than low density location) for each transmission path, the rate ascertained in accordance with subregulation 4 (2) having regard to the bandwidths referred to in that subregulation. 40 Fixed station, Class C2 (low density location) ................................. for each transmission path, the rate ascertained in accordance with subregulation 4 (2) having regard to the bandwidths referred to in that subregulation. 41 Fixed station, Class D1 (other than low density location) 194 for each transmission path 42 Fixed station, Class D1 (low density location) ................................. 98 for each transmission path 43 Fixed station, Class D2 (other than low density location) ......................... 387 for each transmission path 44 Fixed station, Class D2 (low density location) ................................. 194 for each transmission path 45 Fixed station, Class E1 (other than low density location) ......................... 98 for each transmission path 46 Fixed station, Class E1 (low density location) ................................. 49 for each transmission path 47 Fixed station, Class E2 (other than low density location) ......................... 194 for each transmission path 48 Fixed station, Class E2 (low density location) ................................. 98 for each transmission path 49 General station, Class A .................. 25 50 General station, Class B .................. 124 51 General station, Class C .................. 328 52 General station, Class D .................. 656 53 General station, Class E .................. 1,301 54 Handphone station ......................... 16 per transmitter 55 Interior paging service ................... 134 per transmitter 56 Internal television service ............... 134 per transmitter 57 Land mobile system service (extra high density location) 2,741 58 Land mobile system service (very high density location) 2,612 59 Land mobile system service (special) ...... 2,612 60 Land mobile system service (supplementary transmitter) 113 0 61 Limited coast station ..................... 57 62 Marine rescue station ..................... 16 63 Mobile (disaster plan) station ............ 55 64 Mobile outpost station .................... 16 65 Mobile station ............................ 42 66 Multipoint distribution station ........... 20,705 67 Multipoint distribution repeater station .. 58 68 Narrowband area station, Class A .......... 2,623 per 25 KHz of bandwidth 69 Narrowband area station, Class B .......... 274 per 175 KHz of bandwidth 70 Outpost station ........................... 16 71 Outside broadcast television station ...... 1,097 72 Radiodetermination station (high power) ... 161 73 Radiodetermination station (low power) .... 40 74 Remote control station .................... 42 75 Repeater station .......................... 32 76 Repeater station (passive) ................ 183 77 Ship station, Class A ..................... 30 78 Ship station, Class B ..................... 40 79 Ship station, Class C ..................... 333 80 Telemetry service (other than low density location) ................................. 1,387 81 Telemetry service (low density location) .. 699 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ --

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