Coordination of Canadian Earth Stations USA Terrestrial Fixed Stations
Federal Communications Commissionmedia information 202 / 418-0500
445 12th St., S.W.
Fax-On-Demand 202 / 418-2830
Washington, D.C. 20554TTY 202 / 418-2555
Report No. SPB-251
Released: May 24, 2013
Request for Coordination of Canadian Earth Stations
with USA Terrestrial Fixed Stations
The government of Canada has requested frequency coordination for the following Canadian earth stations operating
in the 3700-4200 MHz and 5925-6425 MHz frequency bands. Interested parties may file comments regarding this
request no later than
June 24, 2013. If no adverse comments are received by that date, these earth stations will be
considered satisfactorily coordinated with the USA and Canada will be so advised.
In accordance with Section 1.51(c) of the Commission's rules, an original and four copies of all pleadings must be
filed with the Secretary at the above address. All correspondence concerning this matter must reference this public
notice using "Report No. SPB-251”.
For further information, contact Towanda Bryant, Satellite Division, International Bureau, (202) 418-7245 or
The following Earth Station listed an incorrect TX Frequency of 6828.68900 on Public Notice, Report No. SPB-250
released on May 8, 2013. The Earth Station with the correct TX Frequency of 6328.68900 is listed below.
GOVERNMENT OF CANADA REQUESTS COORDINATION WITH USA
SERVICE: FIXED SATELLITE
CLASS OF STATION: FIXED EARTH STATION
45 28 44N 073 46 03W
Ground Height (AMSL)/Antenna Height (AGL):
30 m / 3 m
Antenna Diameter/TX Gain/RX Gain:
4.5 m / 46.7 dBi / 43.1 dBi
Antenna Azimuth/Elevation Angle:
226.9 deg / 26.08 deg
TX vertical / RX vertical
Maximum Power Density (dB(W/Hz)):
Satellite Operating Arc:
111.1 deg W
Satellite transmission VIA:
March 5, 2013
TX Frequency (MHz)
RX Frequency (MHz)
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