FMTAG consists of a Chairperson, Secretary and others as appointed by NZART Council.
The purpose and actions of the FMTAG are:
Study and report to Council on matters affecting amateur radio frequencies,
Plan future use of amateur bands,
Select frequencies for Amateur Fixed Stations,
Maintain a register of Amateur Fixed Stations,
Assists in preparing drafts for Council including submissions when needed, to the Ministry of Economic Development (Radio Spectrum Division) on behalf of the Amateur Service prior to each major ITU meeting or conference, and
Bandplans are developed by the FMTAG based on IARU recommendations, local requirements, and submitted to NZART Council for approval.
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