Archived—Canadian Table of Frequency Allocations 9 kHz to 275 GHz (2005 Edition)

C45 In the band 17.7–17.8 GHz, Canadian stations in the fixed service shall not claim protection from and shall not cause harmful interference to Canadian stations operating in the broadcasting-satellite service after 1 April 2007. In addition, to protect broadcasting-satellite receiving stations in Canada and in the United States, the aggregate power flux density from fixed systems of one country shall not be greater than -109 dB (W/m2) over any 1 MHz band in any area within the other country where the broadcasting-satellite service is used.

C46 In the band 17.7–17.8 GHz, Canadian broadcasting-satellite space stations shall not radiate into territory of the United States administration a power flux density greater than that specified in ITU Article 21, Table 21-4. Similarly, to protect Canadian fixed systems, transmissions from broadcasting-satellite space stations of United States operators can be expected to be limited in the same way in Canadian territory.

C46A (CAN-04) The use of the band 19.3–19.7 GHz for fixed-satellite services (space-to-Earth) is limited to feeder links for the mobile-satellite service.

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C47A (CAN-00) The band 27.35–28.35 GHz is being licensed for Local Multipoint Communication Systems (LMCS) in the fixed service, which will be given priority over fixed-satellite service systems sharing this spectrum on a co-primary basis. Fixed-satellite service implementation in this band will be limited to applications which will pose minimal constraints upon the deployment of fixed service systems, such as a small number of large antennas for feeder links.

C47B (CAN-00) The band 25.35–27.5 GHz has been designated for Local Multipoint Communications Systems (LMCS) in the fixed service. Recommendations are under development within the ITU-R on sharing with the inter-satellite service.

C48 (CAN-04) The use of the band 29.1–29.25 GHz by the fixed-satellite service (Earth-to-space) is limited to feeder links for the mobile-satellite service.

C49 In the bands 7 250–7 750 MHz and 7 900–8 400 MHz and, in all or a portion of, the bands 20.2–21.2 GHz, 30–31 GHz and 39.5–40.5 GHz as required, the use of the fixed-satellite service is limited to the Government of Canada.

C50 In the bands 7 250–7 375 MHz, 7 975–8 025 MHz, and 43.5–45.5 GHz and, in all or a portion of, the bands 20.2–21.2 GHz, 30–31 GHz and 39.5–40.5 GHz as required, the use of the mobile-satellite service is limited to the Government of Canada.

C51 (CAN-00) The band 38.6–40 GHz is being licensed for high density applications in the fixed service operating on an area basis (point-to-multipoint), which will be given priority over fixed-satellite service systems sharing this spectrum on a co-primary basis. Fixed-satellite service implementation in this spectrum will be limited to applications which will pose minimal constraints upon the deployment of fixed service systems, such as a small number of large antennas for feeder links.

C52 (CAN-00) Use of the band 47.2–48.2 GHz by High Altitude Platform Systems (HAPS) will be governed by spectrum utilization policies which will be formulated in the future.

Figure 1 — Chart of ITU Regions

For the allocation of frequencies the world has been divided into three regions as shown on the following map. The shaded part represents the Tropical Zones as defined in Nos. 5.16 to 5.20 and 5.21.

Figure 1 - Chart of ITU Regions
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