I9 — 38 GHz First Come - First Served Spectrum Licences

1. Block assignments are made on a shared use basis.

2. The licensee may be required to move to another block in the future.

3. Authorization is subject to successful domestic coordination, whenever appropriate, in accordance with the process described in Standard Radio System Plan SRSP-338.6, Technical Requirements for Fixed Radio Systems Operating in the Band 38.6-40 GHz.

4. Authorization is subject to successful international coordination, whenever appropriate. Licensees must comply with the terms and conditions of the Interim Arrangement Concerning the Sharing between Canada and the United States of America on Broadband Wireless Systems in the Frequency Bands 24.25-24.45 GHz, 25.05-25.25 GHz, and 8.6-40.0 GHz, as well as with any future international agreements established for this band. Licensees must advise the Department of the results of coordinations undertaken.

5. The licensee must comply with the procedures for antenna installations as outlined in Client Procedures Circular CPC-2-0-03, Radiocommunication and Broadcasting Antenna Systems.

6. All requirements of SRSP-338.6, Technical Requirements for Fixed Radio Systems Operating in the Band 38.6-40 GHz, and RSS-191, Local Multipoint Communication Systems in the Band 25.35-28.35 GHz; Point-to-Point and Point-to-Multipoint Broadband Communication Systems in the Bands 24.25-24.45 GHz and 25.05-25.25 GHz; and Point-to-Multipoint Broadband Communications in the Band 38.6-40.0 GHz, must be met.

7. When Industry Canada requests technical information on a particular station or network, the information must be provided by the licensee according to the definitions, criteria, frequency and timelines specified by the Department. For more information, refer to Client Procedures Circular CPC-2-1-23, Licensing Procedure for Spectrum Licences for Terrestrial Services, as amended from time to time.

8. The licensee must comply on an ongoing basis with the eligibility requirements as set out in the Radiocommunication Regulations.

9. A licensee, operating as a radiocommunication carrier, must comply with the mandatory antenna tower and site sharing requirements set out in Industry Canada's Client Procedures Circular CPC-2-0-17, Conditions of Licence for Mandatory Roaming and Antenna Tower and Site Sharing and to Prohibit Exclusive Site Arrangements, as amended from time to time. To facilitate compliance with this condition of licence, the licensee should consult the Department's Guidelines for Compliance with the Conditions of Licence Relating to Antenna Tower and Site Sharing and to Prohibit Exclusive Site Arrangements (GL-06).

Last revision date: September 28, 2011.

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