Radio Spectrum Inventory: A 2010 Snapshot — Canada
Annex 1–Canadian Table of Frequency Allocations and Frequency Use by Service/Application
The following annex provides diagrams of the amount of spectrum used for each service/application in this report. Sections A 1.1-1.12 contain part the Canadian Table of Frequency Allocations from 52 MHz – 38 GHz, with white boxes depicting spectrum in use and grey boxes indicating spectrum that will come into use in the future (or is currently under consultation) for the specific service or application. Note that these boxes represent 'primary' but not necessarily 'exclusive' use, unless otherwise indicated. This annex is only meant to provide a visual representation of the amount of spectrum. For exact bands, refer to the appropriate sections of the main report.
Note: There are a number of secondary allocations for the amateur service, illustrated by an 'S' in the box.[Description of Figure A 1.4]
Note: Most maritime use is below 52 MHz. Refer to Chapter 10 for additional details.[Description of Figure A 1.10]
Note: Licence-exempt consumer radio apparatus has secondary allocated spectrum in the majority of Frequency Bands.
The chart below shows the ISM bands and the 5 GHz LE-LAN bands.[Description of Figure A 1.12]
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