Ofcom1, if it considers it appropriate to impose limitations on the use of particular frequencies2 for the purpose of securing the efficient use of the electromagnetic spectrum3, must make an order imposing the limitations4. Such an order may do one or both of the following:
(1) specify frequencies for the use of which Ofcom will grant or make only a limited number of wireless telegraphy licences5 and grants of recognised spectrum access6; or
(2) specify uses for which, on specified frequencies, Ofcom will grant or make only a limited number of wireless telegraphy licences and grants of recognised spectrum
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