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Radio frequencies are public property

Canadian Radio-Television Commission.

Radio frequencies are public property

public announcement and decision of the Commission on the applications for renewal of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation"s television and radio licences : report on the public hearing.

by Canadian Radio-Television Commission.

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Published by Canadian Radio Television Commission in [Ottawa] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.,
  • Broadcasting policy -- Canada.

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title.

    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 145 p.
    Number of Pages145
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19343748M


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Radio frequencies are public property by Canadian Radio-Television Commission. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Scanner Frequencies and Radio Frequency Reference for General Public Use General Public Use. Input Frequencies: Updated in the last 7 days Updated in the last 24 hrs. Citizens Band (CB) Citizens Band. Frequency License Type Tone Alpha Tag Description.

This book was printed in and while much is outdated there is still tons of valuable information for the Massachusetts and Rhode Island scanner listener. Thousands of new listings, critical police and fire frequency changes, hundreds of sub-audible tone/PL updates, new channel usage data, and much more.

7 CHAPTER 7 Authorized Frequency Usage GENERAL Within the jurisdiction of the United States Government, use of the radio frequency spectrum for radio transmissions for telecommunications or for other purposes shall be made by United States Government stations only File Size: KB.

Personal radio services are short-range, low-power radio communications using devices that operate much like walkie-talkies. Personal radio services include one- and two-way voice services, data services and remote-control transmissions that operate equipment.

Frequencies for New York public safety agencies Choose Agency NY State Police NYS Common/Shared NYS Department of Corrections and Community Supervision NYS Department of Environmental Conservation NYS Department of Transportation NYS Medevac NYS Miscellaneous Agencies NYS Office of Emergency Management NYS Parks, Recreation and Historic.

Unlicensed VHF Frequencies Summary The TS radio modem can be used without a license, with some restrictions, in the United States on five specific VHF frequencies under the MURS (Multi-Use Radio System) rules of the FCC. The MURS rules allow voice or data communications for personal or business activities of the general public.

[see (e)]File Size: 58KB. to and operated by the United States” shall use frequencies as determined to be in the national interest, to authorize foreign governments to construct and operate radio stations in the fixed service at the United States seat of government, and t o assign frequencies thereto (47 U.S.C.

(d)). Size: KB. Public safety spectrum serves the mission-critical communications needs of First Responders charged with the protection of life and property, such as police, fire fighters and Emergency Medical Service (EMS) providers.

Public safety spectrum also serves the public safety-related telecommunications needs of state and local governments generally. Because radio spectrum allocation varies around the world, a personal radio service device may not be usable outside its original area of purchase.

For example, US-specification Family Radio Service radios operate on frequencies that in Europe are allocated to fire and emergency services.

Operation of a personal radio device that cause interference to other services may result in prosecution. State and regional frequencies are usually found on the Common/Shared or Statewide drop-down list on the main RadioReference Database page for each state, or on county database pages.

A D suffix indicates a repeater output frequency used in direct (simplex) mode; for example, LLAW1D is simplex on the output frequency of LLAW1.