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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.

WELCOME

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.

WELCOME

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.

Member Organizations

Member Organizations

Member Organizations

 
AHAM
Bell
CAB | ACR
CACP
Canadian Electricity Association
Canwisp
CBC
CECA ACEC
CSSIF
CWTA
DND
MAAC
NAV CANADA
Ontario
Radio Amateurs of Canada
Railway Association of Canada
RCMP
Rogers
Telus
 

Financial Support

Financial Support

Financial Support

The Latest News

The Latest News

ISED Supplementary Procedure to Radio Standards Specification, RSS-102, SPR-004, Issue 1, December 15, 2020 – Time-Averaged Specific Absorption Rate (TAS) Assessment Procedures for Wireless Devices Operating in the 4 MHz – 6 GHz Frequency Band

The Department of Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada is seeking comments on the following CONSULTATION: RSS-102 SPR-004, issue 1, “Time-Averaged Specific Absorption Rate (TAS) Assessment Procedures for Wireless Devices Operating in the 4 MHz – 6 GHz Frequency Band”. This Supplementary Procedure to Radio Standards Specification (SPR) sets out the general test methods to be followed when carrying out an RF exposure compliance assessment of wireless devices implementing device-based time averaging methods for the management and/or mitigation of Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) in the 4 MHz – 6 GHz frequency band.

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ISED Radio Standards Specification, RSS-182, issue 6, November 2020 – Maritime Radio Equipment Operating in the Band 156-162.5 MHz

The Department of Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada is seeking comments on the following consultation: RSS-182, issue 6, “Maritime Radio Equipment Operating in the Band 156-162.5 MHz”. This Radio Standards Specification (RSS) sets out the requirements for certification of radio equipment used for maritime service in the band 156-162.5 MHz, including Automatic Identification System – Search and Rescue Transponders (AIS-SART) operating on AIS-1 and AIS-2.

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