Technical Conditions for Implementation of Digital Radio Broadcasting (DRB) Services in Canada in the Band 1452-1492 MHz and Digital Radio by Satellite (DARS) Services in the United States in the Band 2320-2345 MHz

United States Department of State
Washington, D.C. 20520

August 28, 1998

Dear Mr. Binder:

This is in response to your letter of August 25, 1998 concerning the technical conditions for implementation of Digital Radio Broadcasting (DRB) services in Canada in the bands 1452-1492 MHz and Digital Radio by Satellite (DARS) services in the United States in the bands 2320-2345 MHz.

I confirm that officials of our two governments have worked out the mutually agreeable details described in the attachments to your letter. Pending conclusion of a binding agreement the United States intends, to the extent possible under its laws, to implement the technical conditions attached to your letter on an interim basis.

Sincerely,

signed by Vonya B. McCann

Ambassador Vonya B. McCann
United States Coordinator
International Communications and
Information Policy

Mr. Michael Binder
Assistant Deputy Minister
Spectrum, Information Technologies and
Telecommunications
Industry Canada


August 25, 1998

U.S. Coordinator and Deputy
Assistant Secretary
Ambassador Vonya McCann
Communications and Information Policy
U.S. Department of States
2201 C Street North West
Washington, D.C.
20520

Dear Ambassador McCann:

I am pleased that officials of Industry Canada and the relevant United States Government agencies have, after lengthy and challenging negotiations, worked out mutually agreeable details of the technical conditions for the implementation of Digital Radio Broadcasting (DRB) services in Canada in the band 1452-1492 MHz and Digital Audio Radio by Satellite (DARS) services in the United States in the band 2320-2345 MHz. These conditions are attached.

The operators of these services are very keen to implement their new services as soon as possible. As a result, I am informing you that Industry Canada intends to implement, to the extend possible under its law, these technical conditions effective September 1, 1998. Since implementation of these technical conditions entails action on the part of the U.S. Government, I would like your assurance that U.S. Government agencies have the same intentions, including reference to the September 1st implementation date.

In parallel, officials of our two Governments are initiating steps toward concluding the formalities to make these technical conditions a binding international agreement in the shortest time possible. I have asked the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade to immediately undertake this process on behalf of Canada.

Pending conclusion of a binding agreement, Canada intends to implement the attached technical conditions on an interim basis and we look forward to an early reply confirming the intentions of the United States to do the same.

Yours sincerely,

Michael Binder
Assistant Deputy Minister
Spectrum, Information Technologies
and Telecommunications

Attachments


This agreement deals specifically with the Canadian Terrestrial Broadcasting at 1452-1492 MHz and U.S. Mobile Aeronautical Telemetry Service at 1435-1525 MHz.

Canada is no longer pursuing a frequency allocation for Mobile Satellites in the 1435-1525 MHz band.

In the event that Canada would want to implement a broadcast satellite in the 1452-1492 MHz band a separate agreement would need to be negotiated regarding coordination and use of the satellite. Implementation of a broadcast satellite service could only proceed subsequent to completion of such an agreement between Canada and the U.S. Any such agreement would have to fully protect the interference-free use of the 1435-1525 MHz band for aeronautical telemetry by the United States.

The U.S. requires the entire band 1435-1525 MHz for its aeronautical telemetry operations. Canada requires the entire band 1452-1492 MHz to implement terrestrial digital radio broadcasting (T-DRB). However, because of the geographic location of the principal operations, the United States is able to coordinate with Canadian terrestrial broadcasting stations in certain geographical areas as contained in this agreement. In order to meet its requirements for aeronautical telemetry, the United States must maintain the availability of the remainder of the band in the areas near the border, and the entire 1435-1525 MHz band for the rest of the United States.

The U.S. has current and continuing firm requirements for use of the full 90 MHz of spectrum, 1435-1525 MHz, for Aeronautical Telemetry (ATM). Canada has firm commitments to use 40 MHz of this same band, as indicated in this agreement, for T-DRB to provide a digital service for each AM and FM station. The signal strengths and receiver sensitivities associated with ATM and T-DRB operations are such that the use of the same frequencies for both operations, in the same locations, is not possible. The operation of both types of systems in the same geographic areas therefore requires that the available spectrum be sub-divided and used on an exclusive basis. Thus, portions of the band will not be available to each of the users in certain geographic areas.

Because of the geographic distribution of U.S. ATM ground receiving sites and the ATM traffic requirements at these various sites, it is deemed possible to accept sufficient constraints on U.S. ATM use in the area of the U.S./Canada border, to accommodate Canadian use of a portion of this band to T-DRB. Also because of these geographically-differing station locations, the amount of spectrum that can be protected for Canadian T-DRB use is not the same for all locations along the common border. The specifics of the protection agreement set forth below detail this situation, and describe the sub-bands and locations that can be protected. Specifically, the United States has a firm long term requirement to operate in the 1435-1452 and 1483-1525 MHz band along the United States/Canada border except in certain locations as described in this agreement. This provides for 40 MHz contiguous broadband spectrum (plus 2 MHz of guardbands) for broadband ATM assignments.

This agreement is predicated on the assumption that the ATM spectrum that is not protected for Canadian T-DRB will continue to be useable for U.S. ATM operations throughout the country, and especially in the northern portions of the U.S. Any additional reduction of ATM spectrum in this band beyond that covered by this agreement would seriously and unacceptably degrade U.S. ATM operations.

In furtherance of this agreement the following shall apply:

  1. West of 83.25°, and East of 68° West Longitude:
    1. United States use of 1452-1483 MHz will be on a non-interference basis to Canadian T-DRB receiving stations whenever United States transmitters are within radio line-of-sight (4/3 earth radius) of the United States/Canada border. Canadian T-DRB will not protect United States ATM receivers in this band, it being understood that the EIRP of a T-DRB transmitter located in Canada will not exceed, towards the United States, 50 kW at an effective antenna height above average terrain of 1500 meters, or the equivalent balance of power and antenna height.
    2. The Canadian use of 1483-1492 MHz will be on a non-interference basis to United States mobile telemetry ground stations whenever Canadian transmitters are within radio line-of sight (4/3 earth radius) of the United States/Canada border. United States telemetry transmitters will not protect Canadian T-DRB receivers in this band.
  2. East of 83.25°, and West of 68° West Longitude:

    The United States use of 1452-1492 MHz will be on a non-interference basis to Canadian T-DRB receiving stations whenever United States transmitters are within radio line-of-sight (4/3 earth radius) of the United States/Canadian border. Canadian T-DRB will not protect United States ATM receivers in this band , it being understood that the EIRP of a T-DRB transmitter located in Canada will not exceed, towards the United States, 50 kW at an effective antenna height above average terrain of 1500 meters, or the equivalent balance of power and antenna height.

  3. No United States ATM operations will be conducted in the protected band(s) within Radio Line-of-Sight (RLOS) of the Canadian border without prior coordination and approval of Canada.
  4. West of 83.25° West longitude, certain United States ATM transmitters and receivers in the states of Washington, Idaho and Montana will continue to operate in the 1452-1483 MHz band for a minimum of 24 months from entry into force of this agreement without affording protection to Canadian T-DRB operations. After 24 months, Canadian T-DRB operations would be protected from U.S. aeronautical telemetry when Canada advises the U.S. that T-DRB in a given area is ready to be brought into use. Both parties may agree to an earlier implementation of T-DRB transmitters on a case-by-case basis.
  5. It is understood that this agreement can be reviewed at the request of either party.

Language Accepted - 12 June 1998


[AGREEMENT]
Concerning the Coordination between U.S. Satellite Digital Audio Radio Service and Canadian Fixed Service and Mobile Aeronautical Telemetry Service in the band 2320-2345 MHz

Introduction

This document describes an [Agreement] between the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), U.S.A. and the Department of Industry Canada (IC), concerning the coordination between U.S. satellite DARS (BSS(sound)) and Canadian Fixed Services (FS) and Mobile Aeronautical Telemetry Systems (MATS) in the band 2320-2345 MHz.

Background

Bilateral meetings between FCC and IC to discuss satellite DARS/FS/MATS coordination at 2320- 2345 MHz began in September 1995. Discussions were based on four proposals in the U.S. to provide satellite DARS from 2320-2345 MHz and proposed service rules. The FCC adopted final service rules and a licensing selection method for U.S. satellite DARS on March 3, 1997. In April 1997, it auctioned 25 MHz of spectrum for two licences for satellite DARS in the 2320-2345 MHz band. Two licences have since been granted to the auction winners and ITU-R APS4/II information for coordination has been provided to the ITU based on these licences.

The majority of Canadian fixed point-to-point systems are currently licensed in channels at 2326 MHz and below. In addition, a number of Canadian MATS systems also operate in the 2320-2345 MHz band and are expected to be subject to interference from DARS emissions. The U.S. recognizes that DARS satellite transmissions and MATS operations are generally incompatible on a co-frequency, co-coverage basis. IC has also expressed its view that it would be difficult for it to accept power flux-density (pfd) constraints higher than the -144/-154 dB(W/m2/4 kHz) (ref. RR No. 2556) on the entire 50 MHz of DARS spectrum and it has therefore requested that the U.S. identify the minimum amount of spectrum required for DARS.

Satellite DARS in the U.S.

One satellite DARS system is licensed by the U.S. to operate in 12.5 MHz of spectrum from 2320-2332.5 MHz. A second satellite DARS system is licensed in the 12.5 MHz of spectrum from 2332.5-2345 MHz. Feeder links for both systems will be implemented in the band 7025-7075 MHz. The licence term for U.S. space systems is 8 years but the expected lifetime of first generation U.S. satellite DARS systems is 15 years and it is likely that the licence terms will be extended or renewed to reflect actual lifetime. Though outside of the scope of this [Agreement] which pertains to the 2320-2345 MHz band, the U.S. has developed service rules and issued licences for Wireless Communication Services (WCS) in portions of the S-band where Canadian FS and MATS systems operate. WCS licensees are permitted to offer satellite DARS in the 2310-2320 MHz and 2345-2360 MHz bands consistent with the ITU Radio Regulations and the FCC Rules. Satellite DARS use of the WCS spectrum would require a separate coordination agreement between the Administrations.

The service area for satellite DARS systems will include the 48 CONtiguous United States (CONUS) Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico/Virgin Islands. The maximum pfd level required in the service area of the satellite systems is –119 dB(W/m2/4 kHz). The use of terrestrial repeaters, operating within the same spectrum as the licenced space station is anticipated by the licensees to fill in, but not to extend, the satellite footprint where necessary. However, the FCC has not issued final rules for these repeaters. Protection of satellite DARS reception from unacceptable interference from FS and MATS transmitters operating in Canada will be necessary.

FS/MATS in Canada

Current Canadian operations in the 2290-2360 MHz band consists of low capacity point-to-point and subscriber radio systems where a requirement for large or high performance antennas would not be practical. For new systems, while there is some flexibility in the site location and pointing of point-to-point systems, with point-to-multipoint systems there are fewer options to avoid interference. Constraints of a higher value of pfd will limit the use of frequencies in certain areas corresponding to the coverage of the particular co-frequency satellite DARS beam. In addition, a requirement to protect satellite DARS receivers from interference could place operational constraints on Canadian FS use in the border area.

There will be an increased demand for low-capacity fixed systems in the band for services that have been displaced by other newer Canadian services. For example low capacity point-to-point systems will be displaced by PCS and T-DAB. New applicants and licensees have been encouraged to use the lower channels first as an interim measure but this has resulted in more difficult domestic coordination, since the heaviest population of existing FS systems is currently in the lower part of the band. In Canada the frequency bands available for MATS includes the 2320- 2345 MHz band and a number of systems are currently in operation.


The [Agreement]

System Characteristics

This [Agreement] establishes sharing conditions between U.S. Satellite DARS and Canadian fixed and mobile systems in the 2320-2345 MHz band. The relevant system characteristics are contained in U.S. information filed with the ITU Radiocommunication Bureau and Canadian information contained in the Appendix. The Appendix includes the current ITU APS4/II information that has been provided by the United States to the ITU (identified as USASAT-28C, USASAT-28D, USASAT-28E, USASAT-28F, and USASAT-28G), and a current listing of Canadian FS/MATS systems (entitled "Existing Canadian FS/MATS systems). The U.S. agrees to supply Canada any ITU APS4/II modifications when sent to the ITU. Any changed parameters of the ITU APS4/II information filed by the U.S. for U.S. satellite DARS systems prior to their launch – with the exception of the pfd specified in the next section – will become effective immediately.

Satellite DARS pfd Level and EIRP Contours

The maximum satellite DARS pfd level for any angle of arrival will not be greater than –119 dB(W/m2/4 kHz) in the 2320-2345 MHz band. Coordination under this [Agreement] is based on the maximum pfd value of –119 dB(W/m2/4 kHz) along with other relevant parameters derived from the current ITU information as filed with the Radiocommunication Bureau (for the U.S. systems) and the information contained in the Appendix (for Canadian systems). PFD derivation is based on the power density specified over a 4 kHz bandwidth at the input to the satellite transmit antenna and the satellite transmit antenna equi-gain contours relative to maximum gain specified in 2 dB increments up to 10 dB (and in 10 dB increments thereafter as specified in the information as filed with the Radiocommunication Bureau) and the spreading loss due to the altitude and slant range of the individual space stations. However to facilitate the evaluation of the DARS satellite impact on Canadian FS and MATS systems, the DARS transmit antenna equi-gain contours in the range -10 to -20 dB will be supplied in 2 dB increments.

U.S. Satellite DARS spectrum and service area

This [Agreement] provides for the operation of two satellite DARS systems consisting of the networks designated as USASAT-28C, USASAT-28D, USASAT-28E, USASAT-28F, and USASAT-28G. The pertinent characteristics of these satellite DARS systems are specified in the information filed with the Radiocommunication Bureau, the current version of which is contained in the Appendix. One U.S. satellite DARS system will operate in the 12.5 MHz of spectrum from 2320-2332.5 MHz (at present, USASAT-28C or both USASAT-28D and USASAT-28E) and a second system will operate in the band 2332.5-2345 MHz (at present, USASAT-28F and USASAT-28G). The service area for the licensed satellite DARS systems includes the 48 CONtiguous United States (CONUS). Service to Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico/Virgin Is. is also permitted. It is understood that U.S. satellite DARS licensees do not intend to provide service to Canadians in Canada. Therefore, spillover of satellite DARS signals should be minimized to the extent practical.

New Canadian Fixed Systems

For the purpose of this [Agreement], new Canadian fixed systems are defined as systems licensed after the date that this [Agreement] is signed, including existing systems which are modified in such a manner that interference potential increases.

New Canadian fixed systems will not claim protection from U.S. satellite DARS systems operating in accordance with this [Agreement].

New Canadian fixed systems in the 2320-2345 MHz band shall not exceed a pfd of -155 dB(W/m2/4 kHz) at U.S. satellite DARS receivers, within the United States.

Existing Canadian Fixed and Existing and Future MATS Systems

For the purpose of this [Agreement] the existing fixed and MATS systems are described in the Appendix.

In order to provide the maximum possible transition period for existing fixed and MATS systems operating in Canada in accordance with existing Agreements, existing fixed and existing MATS systems in Canada will be protected from interference from U.S. satellite DARS systems for a minimum of 18 months after the date that this [Agreement] is signed. Launch and operational testing of the first DARS satellites is expected to be as early as 18 months after the date that this [Agreement] is signed. Existing fixed and existing and future MATS systems in Canada may be afforded protection for a transition period not to exceed a maximum of 24 months after the date that this [Agreement] is signed, depending upon the actual launch and operational testing dates of the DARS satellites. To facilitate the transition process, the FCC agrees to provide information concerning launch, operational testing, and in-service dates of the satellite DARS systems referred to in this [Agreement]. After the end of the transition period, if any, existing fixed and MATS systems in Canada will not claim protection from the U.S. satellite DARS systems operating in accordance with this [Agreement].

Existing and Future MATS systems in Canada (after 18 months plus the end of the transition period, if any) will both:

  1. not claim protection from U.S. satellite DARS; and
  2. either be moved out of the 2320-2345 MHz band entirely, or not be utilized within line of sight (considering the altitude of the MATS transmitter) of the U.S. border.

In cases where satellite DARS systems are brought into service prior to 24 months after the date that this [Agreement] is signed, it is understood that operators of the satellite DARS systems and the operators of affected existing fixed terrestrial systems in Canada will develop mutual Arrangements, to address potential interference situations.

Satellite DARS feeder links

The U.S. will licence its satellite DARS feeder links in the band 7025-7075 MHz. It is agreed that coordination of the satellite DARS Feeder Link Earth stations will be conducted using the routine ITU process (e.g. Appendix 28 and relevant ITU-R Recommendations). The U.S. agrees to provide appropriate ITU information to IC as it becomes available.

Cross-polarization

U.S. satellite DARS operators are permitted to use circular cross-polarization within their assigned spectrum.

Satellite DARS Terrestrial Repeaters

It is anticipated that, subject to completion of the FCC rulemaking process, satellite DARS operators will be permitted to construct and operate terrestrial transmitters under the following conditions:

  1. the terrestrial repeaters will be used to retransmit signals received from their operating DARS satellites on the exclusive frequency assignment of the licensee and for use of the same bandwidth as the satellite space stations;
  2. the terrestrial repeaters shall not be used to extend satellite DARS coverage outside of the satellite systems' authorized service area;.
  3. the two Administrations agree that coordination of terrestrial repeaters is not necessary provided that the individual repeaters do not exceed a power flux density of –119 dB(W/m2/4 kHz) at and beyond the common border.

The pfd limit applies to all land areas, including islands, lying within the U.S. territories. Computations of the pfd shall be based on calculations taking account of available intervening terrain propagation loss (shielding) of a satellite DARS repeater, if any, plus free space calculations as described below:

pfd(dBW/m2) = 10log(EIRP/4piD2);

Where:

EIRP = 1.64xERP
EIRP is the power relative to an isotropic radiator in Watts at the azimuth of interest;
ERP is the power relative to a dipole in Watts at the azimuth of interest.

If the terrestrial repeater pfd threshold is exceeded, the assignment shall be subject to coordination on a case-by-case basis.

The U.S. agrees to provide IC with the operating parameters of all new or modified satellite DARS terrestrial repeater assignments which exceed the agreed pfd value. The information which will be provided to IC includes:

Location (Community/State);
Geographic coordinates of transmitting antenna;
EIRP (including line loss) value; Ground elevation and antenna height above ground;
Center frequency;
Polarization;
Antenna pattern/tabulation of the pattern (if requested);
Azimuth of the main lobe;
Frequency stability of the transmitter;
Bandwidth and Emission designation.

Canada and the U.S. agree to notify the ITU that the coordination of the subject networks is completed under this [Agreement]. It is understood that this [Agreement] can be reviewed at the request of either party.


Appendix
USASAT-28C, USASAT-28D, USASAT-28E, USASAT-28F and USASAT-28G

Note: The current ITU APS4/II information (identified above) that has been provided by the United States to the ITU is not available electronically.

Appendix

Existing Canadian FS/MATS Systems
TX Frequency MHz RX Frequency MHz Call Sign Station Location Lat. Long. BW MHz Emiss. ERP Watts Azim. Pol. Ant. Ht meters Elev. meters
2315.5 2545.5 CGD956 JOUTEL, QC 492715 781927 10M00 G7WDT 25.3 91.6 H 32 294
2315.5 2545.55 CGE661 JARAY, QC 511907 780841 10M00 G7WDT 33.5 92.7 V 89 160
2316.25 2546.25 VBH241 BEAR MTN, BC 554352 1202641 10M00 G7WDT 25.4 264.8 V 80 992
2317 2417 XNR575 STEEP RIDGE, ALTA 543916 1185938 6M00 G7WDT 28.3 122.3 V 24 1067
2317 2417 XKP644 SNUFF MOUNTAIN, AB 544040 1173210 6M00 G7WDT 28.4 96.5 H 23 930
2317 2417 XKP639 TWO CREEKS, ALTA 541811 1162646 6M00 G7WDT 28.4 122.2 V 23 951
2317 2417 XKP638 LESSARD, ALBERTA 534647 1144522 6M00 G7WDT 35 105.3 H 45 773
2317 2417 XOF801 BONNIE GLEN, ALBERTA 530240 1135705 6M00 G9WDT 26.5 39.9 V 85 904
2317 2417 CGJ903 TOWERS RIDGE, ALBERTA 510628 1142943 5M00 G9DET 32.8 95.7 V 40 1288
2317 2417 VOO509 CARBERRY, MANITOBA 495602 992312 6M00 G9WDT 30.2 319 V 73 395
2317 2417 VBB815 JOANNES,QC 481311 784222 6M00 G7WDT 25.8 281.9 V 30 351
2317 2417 XOJ639 ST-HYACINTHE, QC 453746 730012 6M10 G7WXT 26 143 V 10 30
2317 2417 VBB709 RAWDON, QC 460307 734036 6M10 G7WXT 28.5 99.1 H 12 244
2317 2417 XOJ98 KINGSEY, QC. 455028 720014 6M00 G7WDT 36.1 324.2 H 63 131
2317 2417 XOA35 VICTORIAVILLE, QC. 460459 715655 6M00 G7WDT 24.9 269.6 V 29 138
2317 2417 XKH295 MAIN BROOK, NEWFOUNDLAND 511105 560134 6M00 G7WDT 32.6 57.6 V 15 31
2317 2417 CGE935 ROTHESAY, NEW BRUNSWICK 452202 655711 6M00 G7WDT 20.6 219 H 82 111
2317 2417 VBU678 IMPERIAL MILLS, AB 545958 1114806 1M60 D7WDT 30.2 291.2 H 76 640
2317 2417 VBG822 MT. TAPPEN, B.C. 504531 1192153 5M00 F7DWT 28.4 68.5 H 31 1505
2317 2417 CZW282 PAINT MTN, YT 604939 1373013 6M00 G7WDT 30.5 182.5 V 11 1382
2317 2471 CZW336 CARCROSS, YT 601111 1344722 6M00 G7WDT 30.5 116.2 V 9 1083
2317 2417 CGE815 VICTORIA, B.C. 482531 1232008 5M00 G7WDT 27.3 276.2 V 52 72
2317 2417 XLB654 TEXADA ISLAND, BC 494149 1242606 5M00 G7WDT 26.2 149.7 V 25 510
2317 2417 CGE888 PORT MOODY, BC 491755 1224936 5M00 G7WDT 24.6 235.8 V 60 228
2317 2417 XKU581 HAYCROFT, ONTARIO 421520 823241 5M00 D7WET 29.5 60.3 H 47 183
2317 2417 VBB818 AMOS, QC 483433 780942 6M00 G7WDT 22 192.7 H 88 335
2317 2417 CFG824 SCRIVER CREEK, YT 655041 1374050 4M80 D7WET 33.7 211.4 H 14 917
TX Frequency MHz RX Frequency MHz Call Sign Station Location Lat. Long. BW MHz Emiss. ERP Watts Azim. Pol. Ant. Ht meters Elev. meters
2317 2417 CFG826 RICHARDSON MOUNTAINS, YT 664024 1362337 4M80 D7WET 33.7 204.5 V 14 863
2317 2417 VAD425 OMEMEE, ONTARIO 441716 783544 5M00 D7WDT 29.4 78.8 H 80 315
2317 2417 XOJ623 CURIERES, QC. 463902 745128 6M10 G7WXT 29.8 95.7 V 135 620
2317 2417 VGB203 BLUE GROUSE MTN, B.C. 495758 1193118 6M00 G7WDT 26.5 122.2 V 8 1149
2317 2417 VBY362 OKANAGAN FALLS, BC 492139 1193630 6M00 G7WDT 26.3 15.8 V 30 640
2317 2417 CGE822 CHILLIWACK, BC 490652 1215407 6M00 G7WDT 26.9 36.8 H 30 236
2317 2417 CFR966 PEMBERTON, BC 502120 1224640 6M00 G7WDT 19.4 205.9 V 58 1192
2317 2417 XOJ670 SEPT-ILES, QC 501718 662409 5M00 F8WXF 25.6 168 V 17 66
2317 2417 CFG822 ENGINEER CREEK, YT 652103 1381740 4M80 D7WET 33.7 177.5 V 14 1321
2317 2417 CFG817 NORTH KLONDIKE RIVER, YT 642234 1382237 4M80 D7WET 29.8 206.5 V 59 909
2317 2417 CFG820 NORTH FORK PASS, YT 644143 1382556 4M80 D7WET 33.1 151.3 H 14 1178
2317 2417 CGJ787 PARSONS, NWT 685350 1335613 5M00 D9DET 31.2 34.1 V 70 259
2317 2417 XOF798 BEAVERHILL LAKE, ALBERTA 532715 1125300 6M00 G9WDT 27.4 120.3 H 58 744
2317 2417 XKP958 FORT MACLEOD, ALBERTA 495005 1132320 6M00 D7WET 29.1 334.4 H 107 1008
2317 2417 XOF796 VIKING, ALBERTA 531115 1114523 6M00 G9WDT 27.7 92.4 V 54 701
2317.5 2417.5 VBU204 BEISEKER, ALBERTA 512310 1131605 1M60 D7WET 30.9 55.3 V 45 953
2322.25 2422.25 VEZ694 GLADYS RIDGE, AB 504246 1134031 1M50 D7WDT 24.6 322.1 H 31 1105
2322.25 2422.25 VEZ696 NOBLEFORD, ALTA 495041 1130738 1M50 D7WDT 27.6 343.9 V 85 983
2323 2423 XKP921 EDMONTON, ALTA 533109 1132605 6M00 G9WDT 21.6 109.1 H 20 686
2323 2423 XOF801 BONNIE GLEN, ALBERTA 530240 1135705 6M00 G9WDT 28.1 298.7 V 85 904
2323 2423 VEZ679 MEDICINE LODGE HILLS, ALBERTA 522700 1141531 6M00 G7WDT 30.7 253.8 H 95 1113
2323 2423 XKX933 FREELTON, ONTARIO 432450 800340 6M00 G7WDT 22.9 110.7 H 52 279
2323 2423 CGD982 MONT-VALIN, QC 483604 704946 6M00 G7WDT 30.2 219.3 H 49 907
2323 2423 CGE893 WHISTLER, B.C. 500913 1225816 6M00 G7WDT 24.4 197.9 H 19 820
2323 2423 XMD471 OSOYOOS, BC 490156 1192812 6M00 G7WDT 26.1 308.5 V 30 305
2323 2423 XMD625 OKANAGAN MOUNTAIN, BC 494244 1193630 6M00 G7WDT 26.5 168.8 H 25 1575
2323 2423 VBW903 PORT ALBERNI, BC 491257 1245036 6M00 G7WDT 29.1 38.1 H 13 457
2323 2423 VBY351 INVERMERE, BC 502917 1155706 6M00 G7WDT 28.4 321.8 H 20 1067
2323 2423 XOA749 WALLENSTEEN, BC 503824 1192730 5M00 G7WDT 30.9 3.9 H 24 1714
2323 2423 VBH883 FLY HILL, BC 504352 1192655 5M00 G7WDT 21.7 324.9 V 12 1753
2323 2423 XLB652 ABBOTSFORD, B.C. 490030 1221200 5M00 G7WDT 26 298.1 H 30 10
TX Frequency MHz RX Frequency MHz Call Sign Station Location Lat. Long. BW MHz Emiss. ERP Watts Azim. Pol. Ant. Ht meters Elev. meters
2323 2423 VAM718 SPRUCE GROVE, ALBERTA 533738 1141405 6M00 D7DDT 32.1 262.6 V 102 789
2323 2423 XOF798 BEAVERHILL LAKE, ALBERTA 532715 1125300 6M00 G9WDT 27.4 279.1 H 59 744
2323 2423 XOF796 VIKING, ALBERTA 531115 1114523 6M00 G9WDT 27.6 283.3 V 54 701
2323.75 2423.75 VBU677 SPRUCE VALLEY, ALTA 545045 1124851 3M20 D7WDT 28.1 339.5 H 15 640
2325.25 2425.25 VEZ694 GLADYS RIDGE, AB 504246 1134031 1M50 D7WDT 25.1 149.6 H 30 1105
2325.25 2425.25 VEZ696 NOBLEFORD, ALTA 495041 1130738 1M50 D7WDT 32.4 126.5 V 76 983
2329 2559 XOA648 CAMPBELL RIVER, B.C. 500105 1251450 10M00 G7WDT 29.8 307.1 V 60 58
2329.5 2429.5 VBU204 BEISEKER, ALBERTA 512310 1131605 1M60 D7WET 32.6 339.1 H 50 953
2329.5 2429.5 XKP633 CALGARY, AB 510005 1140248 1M60 D7WET 31.3 45.9 V 38 1059
2330.25 2560.3 CZW330 JEDNEY, BC 571333 1221316 3M50 G7WDT 13 0 V 18 1119
2330.75 2430.75 XLB877 MT SEYMOUR, BC 492112 1225718 3M50 G7WDT 6.1 268.5 V 24 846
2330.75 2430.75 XLB877 MT SEYMOUR, BC 492112 1225718 3M50 G7WDT 12.4 151 V 15 846
2330.75 2430.75 XLB877 MT SEYMOUR, BC 492112 1225718 3M50 G7WDT 23.5 113.3 H 18 846
2330.75 2430.75 XLB877 MT SEYMOUR, BC 492112 1225718 3M50 G7WDT 6.8 238.4 H 27 846
2330.75 2430.75 XLB877 MT SEYMOUR, BC 492112 1225718 3M50 G7WDT 12.4 151 V 15 846
2335 2435 CGA694 SALTSPRING ISLAND, BC 484555 1233035 6M00 G7WDT 28 82.3 H 34 680
2335 2565 XOA661 PARKSVILLE, B.C. 491740 1241910 10M00 G7WDT 25 268.9 H 26 250
2335 2435 CGA694 SALTSPRING ISLAND, BC 484555 1233035 6M00 G7WDT 24.7 321.3 H 33 680
2337 2567 VBY675 SOUTH SUKUNKA, BC 551801 1214058 3M40 G7WDT 16.7 172.8 H 38 719
2337 2567 VBY673 PERRY CREEK, BC 550945 1210824 3M40 G7WDT 10.2 132.9 V 32 1335
2337.25 2557.3 CFG909 PINK MOUNTAIN, BC 570416 1225221 3M50 G7WDT 13 0 V 18 1776
2337.25 2557.3 CFG911 BLUEBERRY FARM, BC 564015 1212822 3M50 G7WDT 13 0 V 18 751
2341 2602 VX9NVT WINNIPEG, MB 495200 971200 6M00 D7WDT 6.5 0 H 7 233
2341 2602 VX9NVU WINNIPEG, MB 495200 970800 6M00 D7WDT 6.5 0 H 7 233
2341.25 2441.25 XLB877 MT SEYMOUR, BC 492112 1225718 3M50 G7WDT 15 206.1 H 15 846
2341.25 2441.25 XLB884 HUNTINGTON, BC 490012 1221312 3M50 G7WDT 29.2 26.8 V 9 8
2344 2574 VBY691 BRAZION PLANT, BC 552355 1220826 3M40 G7WDT 16.6 110.7 V 19 1013
2344 2574 VBY678 BULLMOOSE, BC 550858 1212703 3M40 G7WDT 12.2 22.6 V 23 1095
2344 2574 VBY680 FEARLESS, BC 544835 1203511 3M40 G7WDT 7.3 10 V 34 1179
2344 2574 VBY673 PERRY CREEK, BC 550945 1210824 3M40 G7WDT 25.5 293.2 H 47 1335
2344.25 2574.25 CFG844 MONTEITH CREEK, BC 563000 1220352 3M50 G7WDT 16.1 0 V 18 731
TX Frequency MHz RX Frequency MHz Call Sign Station Location Lat. Long. BW MHz Emiss. ERP Watts Azim. Pol. Ant. Ht meters Elev. meters
2344.25 2574.3 CZW268 ATICK CREEK, BC 570955 1224019 3M50 G7WDT 11.5 0 V 35 1263
2344.25 2574.3 CFG910 GLEAM, BC 573154 1211317 3M50 G7WDT 12 0 V 27 915
2351 2581 VBY685 AS 9, BC 545651 1210925 3M40 G7WDT 4.4 21 V 29 783
2351 2581 VBY686 AS 10 , BC 545158 1210720 3M40 G7WDT 14.8 0.3 V 21 1176
2351 2581 VBY687 LBV 53, BC 545640 1210852 3M40 G7WDT 4.4 16.5 V 29 770
2351 2581 VBB970 MINE ORLEANS, QC 490826 713328 3M40 G7WDT 21 76.9 V 5 287
2351 2581 VBB971 CHUTES DES PASSES, QC 495105 711025 3M40 G7WDT 31.3 195.1 V 28 580
2351 2581 VBY669 SUKUNKA JUNCTION NORTH, BC 552036 1213929 3M40 G7WDT 6.8 214.1 V 22 1310
2351.25 2581.25 CFG837 INDIAN UNION PACIFIC, BC 562854 1221923 3M50 G7WDT 16.4 286 V 45 728
2351.25 2581.25 CFG844 MONTEITH CREEK, BC 563000 1220352 3M50 G7WDT 30.1 267.6 V 18 731
2351.25 2581.25 CFG843 CRYSTAL SPRING FARM, BC 563102 1221735 3M50 G7WDT 19.4 244.4 V 7 670
2351.25 2581.25 CFG842 GRAHAM HALFWAY RIVER, BC 563112 1221527 3M50 G7WDT 30.4 248.9 V 18 777
2351.25 2581.25 CFG841 CRYSTAL SPRING FARM, BC 563037 1221310 3M50 G7WDT 18.9 259 V 15 651
2351.25 2581.25 CFG840 ART MCLEAN RANCH, BC 563058 1221058 3M50 G7WDT 23.7 258 V 15 650
2351.25 2581.25 CFG839 GEORGE GIENIE, BC 563050 1220835 3M50 G7WDT 23.7 260.9 V 15 656
2351.25 2581.25 CFG836 GRAHAM RIVER FARMS, BC 562745 1222042 3M50 G7WDT 25.4 321 V 7 701
2351.25 2581.25 CFG835 FEDERAL RANCH, BC 562618 1222336 3M50 G7WDT 18.7 3.1 V 15 735
2351.25 2581.25 CFG909 PINK MOUNTAIN, BC 570416 1225221 3M50 G7WDT 30 102 V 17 1776
2351.25 2581.25 CFG910 GLEAM, BC 573154 1211317 3M50 G7WDT 30 191 V 18 915
2351.25 2581.3 CZW330 JEDNEY, BC 571333 1221316 3M50 G7WDT 30 173 V 14 1119
2351.25 2581.3 CZW268 ATICK CREEK, BC 570955 1224019 3M50 G7WDT 29.4 123 V 27 1263
2351.25 2581.25 CFG832 BRUCE SIMPSON, BC 563630 1222701 3M50 G7WDT 23.7 163.6 V 15 729
2351.25 2581.25 CFG833 DAVE SIMPSON, BC 563539 1222600 3M50 G7WDT 24.4 166.3 V 7 717
2351.25 2581.25 CFG838 SAM CRAIK, BC 562936 1221545 3M50 G7WDT 18.7 268 V 15 701
2351.25 2581.25 CFG834 GERRY HEYER CAMP, BC 562552 1222739 3M50 G7WDT 19.1 33.5 V 7 758
2417 2317 CJV368 IOSEGUN, ALBERTA 543849 1170500 6M00 G7WDT 28.4 276.9 H 23 793
2417 2317 XOF799 BUFFALO CREEK, AB 531020 1111150 6M00 G9WDT 27.2 272.8 V 68 709
2417 2317 XKP957 PARKLAND, ALBERTA 501458 1134200 6M00 D7WET 28 154.2 H 107 1097
2417 2317 XOF797 POE, ALBERTA 531620 1122200 6M00 G9WDT 28.1 300.8 H 38 689
2417 2317 XKP636 BELL LAKE, ALTA 533918 1140008 6M00 G7WDT 32.9 285.9 H 75 786
2417 2317 XOJ435 NICOLET, QC 460452 721512 6M00 G7WDT 22.8 89.3 V 65 100
TX Frequency MHz RX Frequency MHz Call Sign Station Location Lat. Long. BW MHz Emiss. ERP Watts Azim. Pol. Ant. Ht meters Elev. meters
2417 2317 XOJ435 NICOLET, QC 460452 721512 6M00 G7WDT 36.3 144 H 70 100
2417 2317 CHB581 ST ANTHONY, NEWFOUNDLAND 512056 553636 6M00 G7WDT 29.4 237.9 V 45 132
2417 2317 CGE936 SAINT JOHN, NEW BRUNSWICK 451619 660346 6M00 G7WDT 24.9 39 H 80 20
2417 2317 VBU675 BREYNAT, ALBERTA 550824 1122718 1M60 D7WDT 29.1 110.7 H 91 579
2417 2317 VBU654 TUKTOYAKTUK, NWT 692409 1325725 5M00 D9DET 31.3 215 V 83 15
2417 2317 VEZ675 CALGARY, AB 510500 1140739 5M00 G9DET 33 276 V 49 1104
2417 2317 VAM487 MINNEDOSA, MB 501544 995018 6M00 G9WDT 30.2 138.3 V 70 572
2417 2317 VCU994 BIG WHITE, BC 494334 1185612 6M00 G7WDT 25.3 302.6 V 32 2000
2417 2317 XKU584 PETERBOROUGH, ONTARIO 441945 781803 5M00 D7WDT 30 259 H 67 213
2417 2317 XLB876 CAMPBELL MOUNTAIN, BC 493018 1193243 6M00 G7WDT 28.7 195.9 V 15 843
2417 2317 VBI708 AGASSIZ, BC 491500 1214448 6M00 G7WDT 27.8 216.9 H 40 280
2417 2317 VBI962 SICAMOUS, BC 505115 1185833 5M00 F7WDT 26 248.8 H 25 670
2417 2317 CZW302 HAINES JUNCTION, YT 604511 1373037 6M00 G7WDT 29.9 2.5 V 14 594
2417 2317 CZW338 CARCROSS, YT 600908 1344107 6M00 G7WDT 30.1 296.3 V 6 658
2417 2317 XLB653 WELLINGTON, B.C. 491250 1240012 5M00 G7WDT 29.3 330 V 55 160
2417 2317 CGE892 BLACK TUSK , B.C. 495905 1230322 6M00 G7WDT 19.4 25.6 V 80 1888
2417 2317 VDJ696 SEPT-ILES, QC 501246 662234 5M00 F8WXF 24.2 348 V 13 15
2417 2317 CFG823 OGILVIE RIVER, YT 653003 1381108 4M80 D7WET 33.7 30.9 H 14 1180
2417 2317 CFG821 DISTINCTA PEAK, YT 650031 1381532 4M80 D7WET 33.7 357.5 V 14 1636
2417 2317 CZW299 SOLOMON, YT 635205 1385705 4M80 D7WET 32.5 26 V 21 1231
2417 2317 CFG819 TOMBSTONE RIVER, YT 643130 1381256 4M80 D7WET 33 331.5 H 14 1310
2417 2317 CFG825 EHNJUU CHOO CREEK, YT 661407 1365317 4M80 D7WET 33.7 24 V 14 817
2417 2317 CGE812 BURNABY, BC 491329 1225918 5M00 G7WDT 27.2 55.7 V 94 135
2417 2317 XKU580 CHATHAM, ONTARIO 422342 821253 5M00 D7WET 32.2 240.6 H 36 181
2417 2317 VBB816 RIVIERE HEVA, QC 481350 781643 6M00 G7WDT 25.9 12.6 H 28 381
2417 2317 VBB814 ROUYN, QC 481556 790205 6M00 G7WDT 25.1 101.7 V 41 351
2417 2317 XOJ678 JOLIETTE, QC 460125 732524 6M10 G7WXT 24.1 279.3 H 25 58
2417 2317 VBB710 MONT-BROME, QC 451720 723821 6M10 G7WXT 28.7 323.3 V 31 544
2417 2317 VBB708 MONT-SIR-WILFRID-LAURIER, QC 464112 753531 6M10 G7WXT 27.3 93.8 H 25 766
2417 2317 VBB707 ST-ZENON, QC. 463420 734745 6M10 G7WXT 35 276.5 V 88 643
2417 2317 XOF795 SHERWOOD PARK, ALBERTA 532940 1131854 6M00 G9WDT 28.5 220.5 V 28 739
TX Frequency MHz RX Frequency MHz Call Sign Station Location Lat. Long. BW MHz Emiss. ERP Watts Azim. Pol. Ant. Ht meters Elev. m eters
2417 2317 XKP674 WHITECOURT MTN, AB 540154 1154303 6M00 G7WDT 28.4 302.8 V 23 1150
2417 2317 XKP640 SMOKY WELL, ALTA 542340 1181730 6M00 G7WDT 28.4 302.8 V 23 1189
2417.5 2317.5 VBU206 SHARPLES, ALBERTA 512840 1130328 1M60 D7WET 32.8 235.5 V 18 800
2422.25 2322.25 VEZ693 CALGARY, ALBERTA 510234 1140502 1M50 D7WDT 26.2 142.1 H 71 1030
2422.25 2322.25 VEZ695 VULCAN, ALBERTA 502247 1132209 1M50 D7WDT 23.8 161.3 V 60 1082
2423 2323 XOF795 SHERWOOD PARK, ALBERTA 532940 1131854 6M00 G9WDT 21.5 289.2 H 23 739
2423 2323 VBF635 ENTWISTLE, ALBERTA 533341 1150321 6M00 D7DDT 31.7 82 V 112 868
2423 2323 XOF800 DRAYTON VALLEY, ALBERTA 532340 1150225 6M00 G9WDT 28.1 117.8 V 85 853
2423 2323 XLB876 CAMPBELL MOUNTAIN, BC 493018 1193243 6M00 G7WDT 28.7 348.8 H 15 843
2423 2323 VBW904 PORT ALBERNI, BC 491500 1244808 6M00 G7WDT 26.3 218.2 H 12 16
2423 2323 VBY353 RADIUM HOT SPRINGS, BC 503723 1160708 6M00 G7WDT 25.9 141.7 H 20 975
2423 2323 VBH884 ADAMS HILL, BC 505408 1193821 5M00 G7WDT 30.7 144.8 V 27 1037
2423 2323 VBH883 FLY HILL, BC 504352 1192655 5M00 G7WDT 21.7 183.9 H 12 1753
2423 2323 CGE818 ABBOTSFORD, BC 490337 1222056 5M00 G7WDT 26.6 118 H 20 120
2423 2323 XKU501 BURLINGTON, ONTARIO 432139 795206 6M00 G7WDT 19 290.8 H 104 251
2423 2323 CGD988 CHICOUTIMI, QC 482258 710553 6M00 G7WDT 35.6 39.1 H 11 190
2423 2323 CGE892 BLACK TUSK, B.C. 495905 1230322 6M00 G7WDT 18.7 17.9 H 8 1888
2423 2323 VBI998 MT KOBAU, BC 490810 1194008 6M00 G7WDT 25.9 128.4 V 15 1862
2423 2323 VBM866 ROCKY MOUNTAIN HOUSE, ALBERTA 522004 1145352 6M00 G7WDT 31 73.2 H 90 1002
2423 2323 XOF797 POE, ALBERTA 531620 1122200 6M00 G9WDT 28.1 102.8 V 38 689
2423 2323 XOF795 SHERWOOD PARK, ALBERTA 532940 1131854 6M00 G9WDT 27.7 98.7 H 51 739
2423.75 2323.75 VBU676 ATHABASKA, ALBERTA 545452 1125131 3M20 D7WDT 25.9 159.5 H 15 572
2425.25 2325.25 VEZ695 VULCAN, ALBERTA 502247 1132209 1M50 D7WDT 25.1 163.7 H 30 1082
2425.25 2325.25 VEZ697 LETHBRIDGE, ALTA 494215 1125005 1M50 D7WDT 24.6 306.8 V 30 907
2429.5 2329.5 VBU205 WIMBORNE, ALBERTA 515425 1133538 1M60 D7WET 31.9 158.8 H 60 983
2429.5 2329.5 VBU203 DELACOUR, ALBERTA 510919 1134735 1M60 D7WET 28.8 226.1 V 75 1046
2430.75 2330.75 XLB882 SUMAS PEAK, BC 490707 1220752 3M50 G7WDT 30.8 293.9 H 30 899
2430.75 2330.75 XLB878 BOWEN ISLAND, BC 492043 1232309 3M50 G7WDT 31.8 88.2 V 15 334
2430.75 2330.75 XLB880 WHITE ROCK ,BC 490231 1224900 3M50 G7WDT 32.3 343.9 V 39 120
2430.75 2330.75 VBG941 VANCOUVER, BC 491710 1230719 3M50 G7WDT 24.4 58.2 H 76 23
2430.75 2330.75 XLB881 SURREY, BC 490902 1224528 3M50 G7WDT 32.2 327.7 V 11 50
TX Frequency MHz RX Frequency MHz Call Sign Station Location Lat. Long. BW MHz Emiss. ERP Watts Azim. Pol. Ant. Ht meters Elev. meters
2435 2335 VBH615 PENDER ISLAND, BC 484702 1231758 6M00 G7WDT 27.1 262.4 H 35 200
2435 2335 VBG961 LADYSMITH, BC 490116 1234921 6M00 G7WDT 23.4 141.1 H 40 169
2441.25 2341.25 XLB882 SUMAS PEAK , BC 490707 1220752 3M50 G7WDT 12.4 206.8 V 38 899
2441.25 2341.25 XLB879 BURNABY, BC 491600 1230112 3M50 G7WDT 16.5 26 H 8 20
2545.5 2315.5 CGO50 MILE 72, QC 492658 780713 10M00 G7WDT 26.2 272.1 H 20 317
2545.5 2315.5 CGE423 RANDAL, QC 511733 772108 10M00 G7WDT 34.1 273.3 V 71 84
2546.25 2316.25 VBY520 MT WABI, BC 554006 1213454 10M00 G7WDT 23 83.9 V 89 1006
2559 2329 VBH647 NEWCASTLE RIDGE, BC 502415 1260320 10M00 G7WDT 31.2 126.4 V 14 1295
2565 2335 VBW902 MT. HORNE, BC 491720 1244200 10M00 G7WDT 25 88.6 H 26 594
2567 2337 VBY671 HILL 4290, BC 551014 1205206 3M40 G7WDT 22.9 267.2 V 14 1308
2567 2337 VBY683 TUMBLER RIDGE, BC 550210 1205841 3M40 G7WDT 25.1 323.8 V 19 914
2567 2337 VBY670 THUNDER MOUNTAIN, BC 545715 1203530 3M40 G7WDT 30.2 303.9 H 19 1478
2567 2337 VBY674 WEST SUKUNKA, BC 551311 1214013 3M40 G7WDT 11.5 352.8 H 44 713
2567 2337 VBY684 HERMAN MTN, BC 545942 1210713 3M40 G7WDT 29.5 356.5 V 5 1685
2574 2344 VBY690 BRAZION CREEK, BC 552140 1215822 3M40 G7WDT 17 290.9 V 20 1372
2574 2344 VBY679 NORTH GRIZZLY, BC 545339 1203959 3M40 G7WDT 23.9 151.3 V 33 1109
2574 2344 VBY682 RED WILLOW, BC 545153 1203019 3M40 G7WDT 26.8 220.9 V 19 1096
2574 2344 VBY672 BULLMOOSE CREEK, BC 551335 1212401 3M40 G7WDT -9.1 202.6 V 29 1423
2574 2344 VBY672 BULLMOOSE CREEK, BC 551335 1212401 3M40 G7WDT 25.3 113 H 47 1423
2574.25 2344.25 CFG845 FRIEDENS FARM, BC 563049 1215143 3M50 G7WDT 24 263 V 18 691
2574.25 2344.25 CFG847 NEW INDIAN RESERVE, BC 563049 1215752 3M50 G7WDT 24.1 256 V 15 632
2574.25 2344.25 CFG848 MACCABEE FARM, BC 563030 1215955 3M50 G7WDT 18.4 257 V 18 627
2574.25 2344.25 CFG846 ALBERT SCHOLL, BC 563144 1215550 3M50 G7WDT 19.1 248.7 V 11 686
2581 2351 VBY690 BRAZION CREEK , BC 552140 1215822 3M40 G7WDT 37.2 95.7 V 29 1372
2581 2351 VBY684 HERMAN MTN, BC 545942 1210713 3M40 G7WDT -0.4 192.6 V 5 1685
2581 2351 VBB969 LAC DES GRANDES POINTES, QC 490918 712743 3M40 G7WDT 29.4 14.9 V 30 624
2581 2351 VBB969 LAC DES GRANDES POINTES, QC 490918 712743 3M40 G7WDT 14.6 257 V 18 624
2581 2351 VBY674 WEST SUKUNKA, BC 551311 1214013 3M40 G7WDT 23 2.3 V 43 713
2581 2351 VBY672 BULLMOOSE CREEK, BC 551335 1212401 3M40 G7WDT 30.8 308.7 H 47 1423
2581 2351 VBY676 CHAMBERLAIN, BC 550919 1213900 3M40 G7WDT 27.8 358.4 V 24 1615
2581 2351 VBY688 HIGH HAT, BC 552242 1214812 3M40 G7WDT 20.5 112.7 V 34 988
TX Frequency MHz RX Frequency MHz Call Sign Station Location Lat. Long. BW MHz Emiss. ERP Watts Azim. Pol. Ant. Ht meters Elev. meters
2581.25 2351.25 CFG831 COLT CREEK, BC 562931 1222317 3M50 G7WDT 9.7 0 V 55 1072
2581.25 2351.3 CFG908 ZEKE, BC 565718 1212509 3M50 G7WDT 8.5 0 V 46 859
2602 2341 VX9NVP WINNIPEG, MB 494828 970807 6M00 D7WDT 34.5 0 H 30 233
  2360 VBM825 SUFFIELD, ALBERTA 501730 1110717 14M60 F8FNN         770
  2360 CYN802 SUFFIELD, ALBERTA 501730 1110717 14M60 F8FNN         770
  2360 XNN793 SUFFIELD, ALBERTA 501730 1110717 14M60 F8FNN         770
  2360 VAA479 COLD LAKE, ALBERTA 544439 1100229 4M07 F1DXX         709
  2356 VAA479 COLD LAKE, ALBERTA 544439 1100229 4M07 F1DXX         709
  2355 VBB769 TRANSPORTABLE, QC 454106 735553 6M80 D1ADN         60
  2353 VAF664 SAINT LAURENT, QC 453038 734453 850kHz F1EJN         30
  2352 VAA479 COLD LAKE, ALBERTA 544439 1100229 4M07 F1DXX         709
  2348 VAA355 SUFFIELD, ALBERTA 501600 1111200 500kHz F9W         770
  2348 VAA211 GAGETOWN, NB 454905 662530 500kHz F9W         170
  2345 VAA355 SUFFIELD, ALBERTA 501600 1111200 500kHz F9W         770
  2345 VAA211 GAGETOWN, NB 454905 662530 500kHz F9W         170
  2323 VBF635 ENTWISTLE, ALBERTA 533341 1150321 6M00 D7DDT         868
  2317 XKU580 CHATHAM, ONTARIO 422342 821253 5M00 D7WET         181
  2317 XKP957 PARKLAND, ALBERTA 501458 1134200 6M00 D7WET         1097
2330   mobile SUFFIELD, ALTA 501600 1111200 1M50 F1D 5        
2345   mobile GAGETOWN, NB 454905 662530 500kHz F9W 2        
2345   mobile SUFFIELD, ALTA 501600 1111200 500kHz F9W 2        
2348   mobile SUFFIELD, ALTA 501600 1111200 1M50 F1D 5        
2348   mobile GAGETOWN, NB 454905 662530 500kHz F9W 2        
2348   mobile SUFFIELD, ALTA 501600 1111200 500kHz F9W 2        
2351.5   mobile ARCTIC COAST, NWT 440000 790000 6M00 G7DXX 80        
2353   mobile SAINT LAURENT, QC 453038 734453 850kHz F1EJN 2        
2355   mobile TRANSPORTABLE, QC 454106 735553 6M80 D1ADN 20        
2357.5   mobile ARCTIC COAST, NWT 440000 790000 6M00 G7DXX 80        
2360   mobile SUFFIELD, ALTA 501600 1111200 14M60 F8FNN 10        
2360   mobile SUFFIELD, ALTA 501600 1111200 14M60 F3F 10        
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