Downloadable Resources

Frequency Coordination Procedures

Microwave radio systems have to be designed in such a manner as not to cause, or suffer, objectionable interference with other systems operating in the same or adjacent frequency bands. The term microwave frequency coordination, or simply “frequency coordination”, is used to identify the procedures followed by companies operating microwave radio systems in order to minimize and control potential interference between microwave radio systems. [more]

Web Resources

ISED (Industry Canada)

Spectrum Management and Telecommunications


National Spectrum Management Association – The NSMA is a voluntary international association of microwave radio/wireless and satellite frequency coordinators, licensees, manufacturers and regulators. Established in 1984, the Association provides a forum to develop industry guidelines for efficient use and management of the frequency spectrum by the wireless telecommunications community.

RABC (Radio Advisory Board of Canada)

The Radio Advisory Board of Canada provides broadly based, unbiased and technically expert advice to the Government of Canada and to the industry on all matters regarding the management and use of the radio frequency spectrum in Canada.