1952 Convention | Above 30 MHz | Additional Arrangements | Special Coordination

Major Service Frequency Bands Date Signed Effective Date
Convention Unspecified Feb. 8, 1951  
Letters Unspecified Nov. 27, 1985-
May 14, 1986
April 5-15, 1991
May 14, 1986
April 15, 1991


Above 30 MHz Agreement

The 1962 Agreement and the 1965 Revision
with Arrangements A, B, C & D and Attachments A-F to Arrangement A

 

Major Service Frequency Bands Date Signed Effective Date
Agreement
(see amended version below for Technical Annex and Arrangements)
Above 30 MHz Oct. 24, 1962 Oct. 24, 1962
Amended Agreement-Technical Annex
including the Index and Arrangements A (general), B (certain aviation bands),
and C and D (both administered by NTIA)
Above 30 MHz June 16-24, 1965 June 24, 1965
Arrangement A
Attachments A & B
(maritime mobile)
156.2/162 MHz Jan. 9-
June 8, 1973
June 8, 1973
Arrangement A
Attachment C
(vessel traffic in Vancouver/Seattle)
156.55/156.72 MHz May 31-
Aug. 2, 1976
Aug. 2, 1976
Arrangement A
Attachment D
(West coast VHF maritime public corresp.)
156/174 MHz Nov. 18, 1983-
Feb. 20, 1984
Feb. 20, 1984
Arrangement A
Attachment E
(VHF parallel mobile public corresp. on Great Lakes/St. Lawrence Seaway
156/162 MHz    
Arrangement A
Attachment F
(East coast VHF maritime mobile public corresp.)
157.2/162.02    

 

 

Above 30 MHz Agreement

Subsequent Arrangements

 

Major Service Frequency Bands Date Signed Effective Date
450 MHz Air-Ground
Ultra High Frequency (UHF) Air-Ground Radiotelephone Services
454.6625-454.9875 MHz and 459.6625-459.9875 MHz Aug 20, 2013 Aug 20, 2013
Arrangement E
(fixed and mobile)
406.1-430 MHz    
Arrangement F
(land mobile)
806-890 MHz Nov 2, 1993-
Jan 4, 1994
Jan 4, 1994
Arrangement G
Land Mobile (Public Safety Services)
764-776 MHz & 794-806 MHz June 15 & 20, 2005 June 20, 2005
Arrangement H
Personal Communications Service (PCS)
Letter from Canada
FCC Chairman's response
1.850-1.915 GHz & 1.920-1.995 GHz May 1 & 10, 2013 May 10, 2013
Arrangement I
Advanced Wireless Services (AWS)
Letter from Canada
FCC Chairman's response
1.710-1.755 GHz & 2.110-2.155 GHz May 1 & 10, 2013 May 10, 2013
Arrangement J
Fixed and Mobile (Except Aeronautical Mobile) Services
Letter from Canada
FCC Chairman's response
1.670-1.675 GHz May 1 & 10, 2013 May 10, 2013
Arrangement K
Telemetry Systems and Subscriber Radio Systems in The Fixed Service
Letter from Canada
FCC Chairman's response
1.427-1.432 GHz May 1 & 10, 2013 May 10, 2013
Arrangement L
Public Safety Mobile and Fixed Services
Letter from Canada
FCC Chairman's response
4.940-4.990 GHz May 1 & 10, 2013 May 10, 2013
Arrangement M
Terrestrial Stations
Letter from Canada
FCC Chairman's response
2.155-2.162 GHz & 2.500-2.690 GHz May 1 & 10, 2013 May 10, 2013
Arrangement N
Air-to-Ground Systems
Letter from Canada
FCC Chairman's response
849-851 & 894-896 MHz May 1 & 10, 2013 May 10, 2013
Arrangement Q
Land Mobile (Public Safety Services)
Letter from Canada
FCC Chairman's response
768-776 MHz & 798-806 MHz May 1 & 10, 2013 May 10, 2013
Arrangement R
Fixed and Mobile Services
Letter from Canada
FCC Chairman's response
3.650-3.700 GHz May 1 & 10, 2013 May 10, 2013
Arrangement T
Land Mobile and Fixed Railroad Communication Systems
Letter from Canada
FCC Chairman's response
160.200-161.580 MHz May 1 & 10, 2013 May 10, 2013
Arrangement U
Land Mobile Radio Services
FCC Chairman’s letter
Canada’s Response
896-901 MHz & 935-940 MHz Aug 20, 2013 Aug 20, 2013
Arrangement V
Terrestrial Fixed Radio Services
FCC Chairman’s letter
Canada’s Response
71-76 GHz, 81-86 GHz, 92-94 GHz, & 94.1-95 GHz Aug 20, 2013 Aug 20, 2013


Above 30 MHz Agreement

Additional Arrangements

 

Major Service Frequency Bands Date Signed Effective Date
Aeronautical Mobile 128-132 MHz Sept. 27, 1977
Feb. 14, 1978
Feb. 14, 1978
Aeronautical Mobile 136-137 MHz Nov. 1, 1991
Jan. 15, 1992
Jan. 15, 1992
Aeronautical Telemetry (U.S.)
Digital Radio Broadcasting (Canada)
1453-1525 MHz
(government band)
Aug. 25-28, 1998 Aug. 28, 1998
Air-to-Ground Radio 454-459 MHz Letters dated
Aug. 6, 1970
June 24, 1971
 
Air-to-Ground Radio 849-851/894-896 MHz Aug. 18 & 28, 1992 Aug. 31, 1992
Broadband Wireless Systems 24.0-24.45/25.05-
25.25/38.6-40.0 GHz
Dec. 8 & 21, 1999 Dec. 21, 1999
Cellular Unspecified
Unspecified
824-825/845-849/869-
870/890-894 MHz
May 26, 1983
June 12, 1985
Dec. 4, 1989-
Jan. 8, 1990
Jan. 8, 1990
Fixed Services/Broadcasting Satellite Service
(BSS)
17.7-17.8 GHz Feb. 29, 1992  
Fixed and Mobile Stations 17.7-19.7/21.2-23.6 GHz Mar. 3 &
July 8, 1995
July 8, 1995
Fixed and Mobile
(Arrangement E of Above 30 MHz Agreement)
406.1-430 MHz    
Fixed Point-to-Multipoint 928-929/952-953 MHz July 24 &
Aug. 7, 1991
Sept. 2, 1991
Fixed Service –
Point-to-Point and
Point-to-Multipoint
932-935/941-944 MHz Sept. 15 & 22, 1994 Sept. 22, 1994
Land Mobile –
primarily Specialized Mobile Radio

(SMR)
220-222 MHz Dec. 8-21, 1999 Dec. 21, 1999
Land Mobile
East of 81 Degrees West Longitude
806-890 MHz April 11, 1986 April 11, 1986
Land Mobile
in Section 2 of Sharing Zone 1
806-890 MHz Oct. 15, 1986 &
Jan. 27, 1987
Jan. 27, 1987
Land Mobile 821-824/866-869 MHz Aug. 15 &
Sept. 17, 1990
Sept. 17, 1990
Land Mobile
(Addendum to 821-824 & 866-869 MHz Arrangement)
806-821/851-866
821-824/866-869 MHz
Dec. 9 & 10, 1994 Dec. 10, 1994
Land Mobile 896-901/935-940 MHz Aug. 15 &
Sept. 17, 1990
Sept. 17, 1990
Local Multipoint Distribution Service
(LMDS)
27.35-28.35/29.1-
29.25/31.0-31.3 GHz
Dec. 1 & 21, 2000 Dec. 21, 2000
Marine Radio Beacons 285-325 kHz April 18 &
Aug. 22 1962
Aug. 22, 1962
Mobile Telephone
in the Yukon and Northwest Territories
420-421 MHz Feb. 24 &
March 20, 1986
March 20, 1986
Paging 929-932 MHz Sept. 14, 1983
Feb. 10, 1987
April 20, 1988
July 22-
Aug. 11, 1992
Sept. 14, 1983
Feb. 10, 1987
April 20, 1988
Aug. 11, 1992
Paging-Transborder Unspecified June 25, Aug. 9
and
Aug. 20, 1971
Aug. 20, 1971
Personal Communications Service
(PCS) – Broadband
1850-1990 MHz Nov. 14, 1994 Nov. 14, 1994
Personal Communications Service
(PCS) - Narrowband
901-902/930-
931/940-941 MHz
Sept. 22, 1994 Sept. 22, 1994
Land Mobile
(Public Safety Services)
764-776 MHz & 794-806 MHz June 15 & 20, 2005 June 20, 2005
Railroad Radio Frequency 160-161 MHz June 20 &
July 28, 1960
July 28, 1960
Wireless Communications Service 2305-2320 MHz
2345-2360 MHz
January 23 &
June 25, 2003
June 25, 2003
700 MHz Commercial Land Mobile Agreement with Canada 698-758 MHz,
776-788 MHz
July 13, 20 & 18, 2011 July 18, 2011
Statement of Intent regarding Cross Border Public Safety Communications Unspecified Oct. 1,2014 Oct. 8,2014
Statement of Intent regarding Positive Train Control Systems 220-222 MHZ April 17, 2015 May 13, 2015


 

Special Coordination Procedures

Licensees Radio Service Frequency Bands Date Signed Effective Date
American Paging
Upper Can. Comm.
Personal Communications Service
PCS – Narrowband
901.80625/930.625 MHz Oct. 4-12, 1995 Oct. 12, 1995
American Paging
Upper Can. Comm.
Paging 929.3375 MHz Sept. 28-
Oct. 13, 1995
Oct. 13, 1995
PageMart II
PageMart Canada
Paging 929.6625 MHz
929.7125 MHz
Nov. 10, 1995-
Jan. 22, 1996
Jan. 22, 1996
PageMart II
PageMart Canada
Personal Communications Service
(PCS) – Narrowband
901.275/940.275 MHz Aug. 16-
Sept. 6, 1996
Sept. 6, 1996
Paging Network
Madison Telecom.
Paging 929.5875 MHz Oct. 28-
Nov. 7, 1996
Nov. 7, 1996
Paging Network
Madison Telecom.
Paging 929.2875 MHz Dec. 5, 1996-
Jan. 10, 1997
Jan. 10, 1997
Airtouch
Northstar
Paging 929.4125 MHz
929.4875 MHz
Jan. 16, 1998 Jan. 16, 1998
Nextel
TELE-MOBILE
Land Mobile 806-821/851-866 MHz
(numerous channels)
Oct. 17 & 26,
2001
May 14, 1998
Skytel Corp.
DATATRAIL
Personal Communications Service
(PCS) – Narrowband
901.225/940.225 MHz Nov. 22, 2002
May 1, 2003
May 1, 2003
Sensus Spectrum, LLC/Paging Network of Canada, Inc Paging 901.175/940.175 MHz Feb. 23, 2011 Feb. 23, 2011

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Updated: 
Tuesday, May 26, 2015