Archived — Gazette Notice DGTP-020-98
DGTP-010-00 Revisions to the Canadian Table of Frequency Allocations (December 2000)
Notice No. DGTP-020-98 — Revisions to the canadian table of frequency allocations — 1998
This Notice announces the release of the decision on modifications to the Canadian Table of Frequency Allocations. Proposals to amend the Canadian Table were made by Canada Gazette Notice DGTP-003-97 promulgated in February, 1997.
The Canadian Table of Frequency Allocations is derived from the International Table of Frequency Allocations adopted by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) at various World Radiocommunication Conferences (WRCs). The Canadian Table allocates frequency bands to radio services within the scope of the International Table and as required to meet Canadian needs. Canadian footnotes provide the particular provisions and conditions for use of those radio services in Canada. Industry Canada revises the Canadian Table on a periodic basis.
The document entitled Revisions to the
Canadian Table of Frequency Allocations — 1998 provides the
results of the consideration of the proposed modifications to the
Table which incorporate the decisions of the 1995 World
Radiocommunication Conference (WRC-95). Both the policy document and
the new edition of the Canadian Table of Frequency
Allocations, are available electronically via the Internet at the
World Wide Web (WWW)
or in hard copy, for a fee, from:
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