SP 462/467 MHz — Spectrum Provisions for Introducing Licence-Exempt Radios in the Land Mobile Frequency Sub-bands 462/467 MHz
Table of Contents
- The Impact of GMRS Radios on Existing Land Mobile Service Users
- Spectrum Policy Provisions to Permit the GMRS Radios in Canada
- Supplementary Information
Department of Industry
Notice No. DGTP-001-04 — Spectrum Provisions for Introducing Licence-Exempt Radios in the Land Mobile Frequency Sub-bands 462/467 MHz
The purpose of this Notice is to announce the release of a spectrum policy that outlines the Department's intention and process to permit the operation of General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS) radios in Canada as early as September 2004. These radios will be permitted on a licence-exempt basis in a designated set of frequencies in the frequency range 462/467 MHz. As part of this spectrum policy, the Department has established a process to notify and deal with certain incumbent land mobile licensees in the frequencies designated for GMRS before these radios are certified for sale in Canada.
To Obtain Copies
Copies of the document are available electronically on the Spectrum Management and Telecommunications Web site.
Official printed copies of this Notice can be obtained from the Canada Gazette Web site or by calling the sales counter of Canadian Government Publishing at 819-941-5995 or 1-800-635-7943.
March 19, 2004
Telecommunications Policy Branch
Radiocommunications and Broadcasting
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