Open Consultations

The RABC frequently creates working groups to respond to consultations. To have your name added to the working group, please contact the General Manager (david@rabc-cccr.ca).

SRSP-300-GEN- issue 1 – “General Technical Requirements for Fixed Point-to-Point Radio Systems Operating in Frequency Bands above 960 MHz”

The Department of Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada is seeking comments on the following technical standard: SRSP-300-GEN- issue 1 – “General Technical Requirements for Fixed Point-to-Point Radio Systems Operating in Frequency Bands above 960 MHz”, which sets out general technical requirements for the efficient use of the frequency bands above 960 MHz by point-to-point radio systems in the fixed service which are licenced in accordance with the current issue of Radio Standards Procedure RSP-113, Application Procedures for Planned Radio Stations Above 960 MHz in the Fixed Service.

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Guidelines for the Preparation of Radio Frequency (RF) Exposure Compliance Reports for Radiocommunication and Broadcasting Antenna Systems (GL-08)

The Department of Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada is seeking comments on the following consultation: GL-08 — Guidelines for the Preparation of Radio Frequency (RF) Exposure Compliance Reports for Radiocommunication and Broadcasting Antenna Systems. This document provides guidelines and establishes minimum parameters required to be included in radio frequency (RF) exposure compliance reports prepared by proponents and operators of all radiocommunication and broadcasting antenna installations.

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ISED is seeking comments from the RABC and PNTB on proposed amendments to update Client Procedures Circular (CPC) 2-5-01, currently titled Licensing Procedure for Global Positioning System (GPS) Active Repeater Stations

ISED is seeking comments from the RABC and PNTB on proposed amendments to update Client Procedures Circular (CPC) 2-5-01, currently titled Licensing Procedure for Global Positioning System (GPS) Active Repeater Stations. We would appreciate receiving comments by October 12, 2022 (70 days).

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Review of Safety Code 6 Compliance Requirements for Broadcasters

On May 19, 2017, the Department officially announced its new Client-Based Safety Code 6 Reporting Program by sending letters to broadcasters across the country. These letters indicated that for broadcasting certificates expiring on August 31, 2017, operators must submit Safety Code 6 compliance information by July 31, 2017. Members of the Broadcast Industry and technical consultants have identified some potential improvements that could be made to the program. The RABC has created a working group to explore the reporting program and to better understand the challenges associated with the July 31st deadline.

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