SRSP-511 — Annex C — Band overlap coordination areas

Figure C1

Band overlap coordination areas
Description of figure C1

This figure presents a map of a small area of the Canada-United States border, depicted by a shaded area in either country, where coordination of proposed frequency assignments listed in annex B, tables B2a and B2b is required. In Canada, it is the area that is enclosed by the United States-Canada border (the meridian 71° W); and the line beginning at the intersection of 72° W and the United States-Canada border, running North along meridian 72° W to the intersection of 45° 45' N, thence running east along 45° 45' N to the meridian 71° W. In the United States, it is the area that is enclosed by the United States-Canada border, the meridian 71° W; and the line beginning at the intersection of 44° 25' N, 71° W, running by great circle arc to the intersection of 45° N, 70° W, north along meridian 70° W to the intersection of 45° 45' N, thence running west along 45° 45' N to the intersection of the United States-Canada border.

Figure C2

Figure C2
Description of figure C2

This figure presents a map of a small area of the Canada-United States border, depicted by a shaded area in either country, where coordination of proposed frequency assignments listed in annex B, tables B3a and B3b is required. In Canada, it is the area that is enclosed by the meridian of 81 degrees west longitude, the arc of a circle of 100 kilometres radius centered at 41 degrees 58 minutes north latitude and 80 degrees 30 minutes west longitude at the southern shore of Lake Erie and drawn clockwise from the northerly intersection with 81 degrees west longitude to intersect the United States-Canada border east of 80 degrees 30 minutes west, and the United States-Canada border. In the United States, it is the area that is enclosed by the meridian of 80 degrees 30 minutes west longitude, the arc of a circle of 100 kilometres radius centered at 42 degrees 39 minutes 30 seconds north latitude and 81 degrees west longitude at the northern shore of Lake Erie and drawn clockwise from the southerly intersection with 80 degrees 30 minutes west longitude to intersect the United States-Canada border west of 81 degrees west, and the United States-Canada border.

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