Coordination Procedures of Fixed and Mobile Services in the 138-144 MHz Band

United States Department of Commerce
National Telecommunications and Information Administration
Interdepartment Radio Advisory Committee
Washington, D.C. 20230

Address all communications
to The Executive Secretary

November 28, 1978

Mr. A. Went
Frequency Assignment and Licensing Division
Telecommunications Regulatory Service
Journal North Building
300 Slater Street
Ottawa, Ontario
K1A 0C8

Dear Mr. Went:

Per your conversation with William Jahn, the U.S. can agree to coordinate Fixed and Mobile Services in the 138–144 MHz band via the IRAC and Arrangement D procedures. We view this as being permissible because Arrangement C makes no specific provision for the coordination of these services.

Your comments would be appreciated.

Anthony M. Corrado
Executive Secretary


6110–7 (DOS–F2)

January 17, 1979

Executive Secretary
United States Department of Commerce
National Telecommunications and
Information Administration
Washington, D.C. 20230
U.S.A.

Dear Sir:

This has reference to your letter of November 28th, 1978 and telephone conversations between your Mr. William Jahn and our Mr. A. Went concerning coordination procedures of Fixed and Mobile Services in the 138–144 MHz band.

The Canadian Department of National Defence agrees with the proposal to coordinate Fixed and Mobile Services in the above mentioned band via the IRAC and Arrangement D procedures in lieu of the present Arrangement C procedures.

We are, therefore, pleased to indicate our approval of this procedure and consider it to be in effect as of the date of this letter.

Yours truly,

Dr. M.J. Eric
Director

Operations Branch
Telecommunication
Regulatory Service

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