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RADIO SPECTRUM ALLOCATIONS IN CANADA

30

20.05

19.95

Omega long range navigation


Radionavigation grande distance
de type omga

11.3

VLF

publics dlectricit, les entreprises de camionnage, la police, ainsi que


les ministres ou organismes fdraux, provinciaux, territoriaux et
municipaux.
Ce graphique est fond sur la version 2014 du Tableau canadien dattribution des bandes de frquences, rsultant des diverses Confrences mondiales des radiocommunications, notamment la CMR-12. Ce graphique
reprsente les attributions de frquences radiolectriques au Canada.
Pour de plus ample renseignements sur les politiques d'utilisation du
spectre ou des systmes radio, veuillez communiquer avec la Direction
gnrale du gnie, de la plannification et des normes, dIndustrie
Canada Ottawa (courriel: spectrum.engineering@ic.gc.ca), ou avec lun
des bureaux identifis dans le Circulaire d'information sur les radiocom
CIR-66.Industry Canada, Ottawa (e-mail: spectrum.engineering@ic.gc.ca)
or one of its offices listed in Radiocom Information Circular RIC-66.

Organises sous lgide dun organisme des Nations Unies, lUnion internationale des tlcommunications, les CMR ont pour but dtendre, dtudier
et de rviser lattribution des bandes de frquences.
lissue de chacune de ces confrences ou quand des changements simposent au Canada, Industrie Canada attribue des bandes de frquences
particulires certains services, de manire sadapter aux besoins du
pays en matire de communications, comme lillustre le graphique cidessous. Les dispositions officielles de la rglementation touchant lattribution
des frquences au Canada figurent dans le Tableau canadien dattribution
des bandes de frquences et dans les politiques connexes dutilisation du
spectre.
Parmi les utilisateurs du spectre radiolectrique, on compte les radiodiffuseurs, les compagnies de taxi, lindustrie du btiment et dautres secteurs
de la construction, les transporteurs ariens, les radioamateurs, les transporteurs maritimes, les entreprises de tlcommunications, les services

Les ondes radiolectriques utilisent le spectre lectromagntique. Aux


frquences les plus basses correspondent les ondes radio les plus longues et
aux frquences les plus leves, les ondes radio les plus courtes.
Les ondes radio se caractrisent par leur frquence, qui se mesure en hertz
(Hz). La frquence est dtermine par le nombre dondes compltes franchissant un point fixe dun support en une seconde. On dira donc dun signal
pour lequel une onde franchit un point fixe en une seconde quil a une
frquence de 1 hertz. Le kilohertz (kHz) quivaut 1 000 ondes par seconde,
soit 1 000 hertz, le mgahertz, 1 000 kilohertz et le gigahertz (GHz), 1 000
mgahertz.
Le spectre se compose de bandes de frquences possdant chacune des
particularits qui en dterminent lutilisation. Chaque bande est attribue un
ou plusieurs services radio ou des usages dtermins par voie daccords internationaux signs une Confrence mondiale des radiocommunications (CMR).

trucking companies, police, and federal, provincial, territorial and


municipal departments and agencies.
This chart is based on the 2014 Canadian Table of Frequency
Allocations, which was developed from decisions of World Radiocommunication Conferences, including WRC-12. The chart
provides a graphic representation of Canadian electromagnetic
spectrum allocations.
For further information on spectrum utilization or radio systems
policy matters, contact the Engineering, Planning and Standards
Branch, Industry Canada, Ottawa (e-mail: spectrum.engineering@ic.gc.ca) or one of its offices listed in Radiocom Information
Circular RIC-66.

Radiocommunication Conference (WRC) to one or more radio


services or for specific usages. Sponsored by the InternationalTelecommunication Union (a United Nations agency), WRCs are held to
extend, review and revise frequency allocations among the various
uses.
After WRCs, or when Canadas needs change, Industry Canada
allocates specific frequency bands to services to satisfy domestic
communications requirements as shown on this chart. The official
regulatory provisions that pertain to frequency allocations in Canada
are contained in the Canadian Table of Frequency Allocations and the
related spectrum policies.
Among radio spectrum users are broadcasters, taxis, building and
other construction trades, air transportation, radio amateurs, marine
transportation, telecommunications carriers, electrical power utilities,

8.3

Radio waves use the electromagnetic spectrum. The lowest frequencies have
the longest radio waves and the highest frequencies have the shortest radio
waves.
Radio waves are characterized according to their frequency, the unit for which
is the hertz (Hz). The frequency is determined by the number of complete
waves propagated through a medium past a fixed point in one second. Thus,
the frequency of a signal where one wave passes a fixed point in one second
is one hertz. A kilohertz (kHz) represents 1000 waves passing a point in one
second, or 1000 hertz. One megahertz (MHz) is 1000 kilohertz and a gigahertz (GHz) is 1000 megahertz.
The spectrum is divided into a number of frequency bands, each possessing
characteristics peculiar to it which determine the usage appropriate to that
band. Each band has been allocated by international agreement at a World

ATTRIBUTION DES FRQUENCES RADIOLECTRIQUES AU CANADA

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Industry
Canada

Aeronautical mobile
Mobile aronautique

VLF

Not allocated
Non attribue

Aeronautical radionavigation
Radionavigation aronautique
Amateur
Amateur

3 kHz

Broadcasting
Radiodiffusion

30 kHz

LF

LF

AR

VHF

OR

()
O
R

(R)
S

MF

29.7
30

Space research
Recherche spatiale

300

225

222

216

VHF

S
S

S S S

A A
S

S
S

S
S

S
S

SS

Satellite
Satellite

Route
Route

OR

Off route
Hors route

Downlink
Liaison descendante

MHz
A

3 000

Except aeronautical mobile


Sauf mobile aronautique

UHF

S
A

Ka Band
Bande Ka

S S
S

S
S S S

28.5

27.5

27

23.55
23.6
24
24.05
24.25
24.45
24.65
24.75
25.05
25.25
25.5

S S
S

S
S

ISM Broadband
Large bande
22
22.21
22.5
22.55
23.15

20.2

19.7

19.3

17.7
17.8
18.1
18.4
18.6
18.8

16.6

17.1
17.2
17.3

DBS/SRD

21.2
21.4

Multimedia satellite
Satellite multimdia

Ka Band
Bande Ka 3 GHz
Multimedia satellite
Satellite multimdia

Please note: The space allotted to the


services in the spectrum segments shown
is not proportional to the actual amount of
spectrum occupied.

30

29.1
29.5
29.9

S S

SHF

S S

Veuillez noter que lespace attribu aux


services dans les segments du spectre
nest pas proportionnel aux plages relles
des frquences occupes.

3 GHz

30 GHz

30 GHz

A
S
S

S
S

S
S

S
S

S S S S

Wavelength 3x108 m
Longueur donde

3x107 m

Infra-sonics
Infracoustique

S
S
S

3000 km

300 km

30 km

Audible Range
Frquences audibles

1 Hz

10 Hz

100 Hz

1 kHz

3 km

S
S

30 m

10 kHz

100 kHz

30 cm

3 cm

0.3 cm

0.03 cm

Microwave
Micro-ondes

MF
1 MHz

HF

VHF

10 MHz

100 MHz

UHF
1 GHz

SHF
10 GHz

3x105

Infrared
Infrarouge

3x103

3x102

Visible
Visible

3x10

Ultraviolet
Ultraviolet

RADIO SPECTRUM (represented in chart above)


SPECTRE DES RADIOFRQUENCES (reprsent dans le graphique ci-dessus)

1 THz

1013 Hz

1014 Hz

1015 Hz

1016 Hz

1017 Hz

3x10-1

3x10-2

1018 Hz

1019 Hz

3x10-3

3x10-4

3x10-5

1020 Hz

1021 Hz

3x10-6

S
3x10-6

3x10-7

Wavelength
Longueur donde

Cosmic Ray
Rayons cosmiques

1022 Hz

1023 Hz

1024 Hz

1025 Hz

1026 Hz

Frequency
Frquence

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3000

275

265

Gamma Ray
Rayons gamma

X-Ray
Rayons X

EHF
100 GHz

3x104

S
S

3m

S
S

Ultra-sonics
Ultracoustique

LF

300 m

S
S

VLF
Frequency
Frquence

248
250
252

235
238
240
241

231.5
232

226

217

209

200

190

191.8

185

182

174.8

174.5

167

164

158.5

151.5

155.5

148.5

141

136

130

134

ISM

123

122.25

116

114.25

111.8

109.5

105

102

100

95

94.1

94

92

86

84

81

79

78

77.5

76

74

71

66

65

64

59
59.3

58.2

56.9
57

55.78

54.25

52.6

51.4

47
47.2
47.5
47.9
48.2
50.2
50.4

43.5

42.5

41

40.5

40

39.5

ISM

38

37
37.5

36

34.2
34.7
35.2
35.5

31.8
32
32.3
33
33.4

31
31.3

Broadband/Large bande
30

2 900

2 655
2 686
2 690
2 700

2 596

2 500

2 483.5

2 450

2 290
2 300

2 200

2 180

Wireless communication services (WCS) 300


Services de tlcommunications sans fil (STSF)

L-E/E-L (Wi-Fi, ISM)

WCS/STSF

2 110
2 120

2 020

2 000

1 660
1 660.5
1 668
1 668.4
1 670
1 675
1 700
1 710
1 755
1 850

Satellite radio networks


Rseaux radio par satellite

S
S

2 025

AWS/SSFE
MSS/SMS

PCS/SCP

1 610
1 610.6
1 613.8
1 626.5

1 559

1 525
1 530
1 535

1 492

Advanced wireless service (AWS)


Services sans fil volus (SSFE)

14.47
14.5
14.66
14.82
15.135
15.295
15.35
15.4
15.43
15.63
15.7

14

13.75

13.25
13.4

12.7

12.75

12.2

11.7

10.45
10.5
10.55
10.6
10.68
10.7

10

9.8
9.9

9.5

9.2
9.3

Uplink
Liaison montante

Ku Band
Bande Ku
Domestic satellites
Satellites domestiques

S
S

1 452

1 429

1 427

1 390
1 400

1 350

1 300

1 240

1 215

1 164

960

956

952

944

942

941
9

8.85

8.75

8.4
8.5
8.55

8.175
8.215

7.9
7.975
8.025

7.75

7.45
7.55

7.25
7.3

7.235

7.145

7.075

6.7

5.925

5.85

5.725

5.25
5.255
5.35

941.5

935

932

932.5

929

890

806

698

470

459
460

455
456

450

438

S S S A A
(R) (R)

Ku Band
Direct broadcasting satellite (DBS)
Bande Ku
Satellite de radiodiffusion directe (SRD)
Domestic satellites
DBS/SRD
Satellites domestiques

RADAR satellite
Satellite RADAR

Domestic satellites
Satellites domestiques

ISM

L-E/S-P (Wi-Fi, R-LAN)

S S (R)
(R) (R)

SHF

614

C Band
Bande C

Secondary
Secondaire

RADARSAT

4.5

4.2

3.7

3.65

3.5

3.45

3.3

3.1

Fixed satellite service (FSS)


Services fixe par satellite (SFS)
Domestic satellites
Satellites domestiques

FWA/AFSF

5.65

C Band
Bande C

Fixed wireless access (FWA)


Accs fixe sans fil (AFSF)

300 MHz

5.57

AA

Space operations
Exploitation spatiale

TV channels 713
Canaux de tlvision 7 13

Personal communication service (PCS)


Service de communications personnelles (SCP)

S S

Radiodetermination-satellite
Radioreprage par satellite

HF

OR

Meteorological-satellite
Mtorologie par satellite

30 MHz

GPS

Mobile satellite service (MSS)


Service mobile par satellite (SMS)

(R)
A A

S S

A
A A

5.46
5.47

432

4.4

S
SS

Cellular/trunked mobile
Mobile cellulaire/partage

Air traffic control radars


Radars de contrle de la circulation arienne
Global positioning system (GPS)
Systme de positionnement mondial (GPS)

L-E/S-P

Air-to-ground
Air-sol

8.65

430

419
420

4.8
4.825
4.835
4.95
4.99
5
5.01
5.03
5.091
5.15

UHF

414
415

399.9
400.05
400.15
401
402
403
406
406.1
410

390

387

335.4

328.6

315

312

300

Search and rescue satellite (SARSAT)


Satellite de recherche et sauvetage

608

TV channels 14 36
Canaux de tlvision 14 36

928

30 MHz

Paging
Tlappel

TV channels 38 51
Mobile Broadband Services (MBS)
Canaux de tlvision 38 51 Services mobiles large bande (SMLB)

902

Family radio service (FRS/GMRS)


Service radio familial

Inter-satellite
Inter-satellites

Radio astronomy
Radioastronomie

S
(R)

Standard frequency and time signal


Frquences talon et des signaux horaires
Earth exploration-satellite
Exploration de la Terre par satellite

A
A

AR

220

ARAR

21
21.45
21.85
21.87
21.924
22
22.855
23
23.2
23.35
24
24.45
24.65
24.89
24.99
25.005
25.01
25.07
25.21
25.55
25.67
26.1
26.175
26.2
26.42
27.5
28

17.9
17.97
18.03
18.052
18.068
18.168
18.78
18.9
19.02
19.68
19.80
19.99
19.995
20.01

15.1
15.6
15.8
16.1
16.2
16.36
17.41
17.48
17.55

14.99
15.005
15.01

11.6
11.65

12.05
12.1
12.23
13.2
13.26
13.36
13.41
13.45
13.55
13.57
13.6
13.8
13.87
14
14.25
14.35
AR AR

2 metre band
Vessel traffic services
Bande de 2 mtres
Services de trafic maritime
Low earth orbit satellite (LEO-SAT)
LEO-SAT
Satellite orbite basse terrestre (SAT-LEO)
SAT-OBT

117.975

108

74.6
74.8
75.2
76

73

()

O
(R) R

(OR)

AR
AR

Air traffic control


Contrle de la circulation arienne
121.5 MHz Emergency
121,5 MHz Urgence

FM radio (100 channels spaced 200 kHz apart)


Radio MF (100 canaux espacs de 200 kHz)

72

50

O (R)
R

AR

TV channels 2 4
Canaux de tlvision 2 4

54

6 metre band
Bande de 6 mtres

40.98
41.015

39.986
40.02

38.25

37.5

30
30.005
30.01

Cordless phones
Tlphones sans cordon

()

O (R)
R

AR

3 MHz
ISM

()

(R)

Radionavigation
Radionavigation

General radio service (GRS)/Citizens' band (CB)


3 MHz
Service de radio gnral (SRG)/Bande publique (BP)
12 metre band
ISM
10 metre band
Bande de 12 mtres
Bande de 10 mtres

15 metre band
Bande de 15 mtres

174

AR

Industrial, scientific and medical (ISM)


Industriel, scientific et medical (ISM)

156.4875
156.5625
156.7625
156.7875
156.8125
156.8375
161.9625
161.9875
162.0125
162.0375

AR

AR AR

11.175
11.275
11.4

9.9
9.995
10.003
10.005
10.1
10.15

9.5

9.4

9.04

8.965

8.815

8.1
8.195

7.4

7.3

7.1

6.765

()

O
(R) R

(R) (R)

30 metre band
Bande de 30 mtres

144
146
148
149.9
150.05

O
R

6.685

6.525

6.2

5.73
5.9
5.95

5.68

()

(R) (R)

AR

AR

5.45
5.48

5.25
5.275

4.995
5.003
5.005
5.06

4.7

4.85

National Research Council time signal


Signaux horaires du Conseil national de recherches

20 metre band
Bande de 20 mtres
National Research Council time signal
Signaux horaires du Conseil national de recherches

138

AR

4.75

4.65

4.438

4.488

()

(R) O
R

AR

(R)

40 metre band
Bande de 40 mtres

137

(R) (OR)

4
4.063

3.5

3.4

3.23

3.155

3
3.025

300 kHz

EHF

Radiolocation
Radiolocalisation

(R)
R

Industrial, scientific and medical uses (ISM)


Emplois industriels, scientifiques et mdicaux (ISM)
HF shortwave broadcasting
Radiodiffusion HF sur ondes courtes

Mobile
Mobile

3 000

2 850

MF
National Research Council time signal
Signaux horaires du Conseil national de recherches
80 metre band
Bande de 80 mtres

Maritime radionavigation
Radionavigation maritime

300 kHz

2 495
2 501
2 502
2 505

2 170
2 173.5
2 190.5
2 194

2 107

2 065

2 000

1 850

1 800

1 705

1 605

160 metre band


Bande de 160 mtres

535

525

510

505

495

472
479

415

405

335

325

315

300

AM radio
Radio AM

Maritime mobile
Mobile maritime

Meteorological aids
Auxiliaires de la mtorologie

2182 kHz International distress and calling


frequency for radiotelephony
2182 kHz Frquence internationale de
dtresse et d'appel en radiotlphonie

30 kHz

HF

Land mobile
Mobile terrestre

300

285

200

190

160

137.8

135.7

130

110

90

30

70

Fixed
Fixe

Not allocated
Non attribue

EHF

300 GHz

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