Terrestrial Radiocom Agreements and Arrangements (TRAA)

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All persons making use of this consolidation are reminded that the documents included herein are provided only for convenience of reference. This consolidation is for the guidance of those engaged in radiocommunications in Canada. The information contained in the related document(s) is subject to change without notice. While every reasonable effort has been made to ensure accuracy, no warranty is expressed or implied. For more details, please contact the Engineering, Planning and Standards Branch.

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Canada / United States

Treaty Series 1952 No. 7 - Operation of Certain Radio Equipment or Stations

Treaty Series 1962 No. 15 - Coordination and Use of Radio Frequencies

Canada / France

Agreement Regarding the Use of Frequency Bands 150.050-162.000 MHz, 451.500-454.500 MHz, and 456-460 MHz Paired with 466-470 MHz in the Archipelago of Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon

Canada / Denmark

Arrangement between the Department of Communications of Canada and the National Telecom Agency of Denmark to Establish a Terrestrial Flight Telephone System (TFTS) in Greenland

Arrangement for the Coordination of Frequencies for Radiobeacons in the Band 200-405 kc/s in Certain Areas of Canada and Greenland

Canada / NAV CANADA

Agreement Between Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada as Represented by the Department of Industry and NAV CANADA Regarding Radio Frequency Spectrum Management, November 1, 2007

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