RADIOALUMNI.CA

RADIO OPERATORS  -  SPARKS  -  RADIO TECHNICIANS

RADIO TECHNOLOGISTS  -  RADIO ENGINEERS

RADIO INSPECTORS  -  SPECTRUM MANAGERS

ANCIENSDELARADIO.CA

OPÉRATEURS RADIO  -  TECHNICIENS RADIO

TECHNOLOGUES RADIO  -  INGÉNIEURS RADIO

INSPECTEURS RADIO  -  GESTIONNAIRES DU SPECTRE

              

Topics

Sujets

 

Legislation / Regulations / Licensing

Législation / Règlements / Autorisations

Wireless Telegraph Act (1905) (in French)
 
Confirmation of Marconi Agreement (1906)
 

EARLY JOINT CANADA / UNITED STATES RADIO FREQUENCY

 

Computer Automation in the Early 1980s by Maurice R. Drew

 

A new coding for an emission

 

Private Radio Receiving License issued to Alfred Crevier (1932)

 

CBC Requesting an Increase to $5 per year for the Radio

 

Receiving License Fee - $10 Proposed for TV Reception (1949)

 

Radio Licence Section photo (1950)

 

Trade Fair Showcases Radio Division (1950)

 

Special Private Receiving Station Licence (1951)

 

Radio Licence is Gone by G.H. Hierllhy (1953)

 

New Licence Policy Proposed - 12.7 to 12.95 Gigahertz    (1974)
 
Licence fee hike: first in 7 years (1975)

 

2,200 radio permits issued by district to city on wheels (Stan Davis) (1975)

 

Break! Break! - new channels for CB radio (1977)

 

Variable fee schedule new for radio licences (1979)

 

Spectrum allocations: making a policy (1979)
 
Taking a new look at personal radio (1979)

 

Review yields new licensing system (1997)

 

Notes on the Bill Beaton Collection of Radio Licences  by John Gilbert

 

Remember When We Had Private Receiving Station Licences ?   by Bill Wilson

 

Computer analysts tackle EDP needs    (1975)
 
Department computerizes the West Coast    (1978)
 
SMS: better use of a crowded spectrum (1979)
 
CB'ers take heart, Big Buddy's on the job  (1980)
 
Department demonstrates computer expertise  (1989)
 
Computers help keep border airwaves clear   (1989)
 
CESA: Computer program speeds licence applications   (1992)
 
Between friends    (1976)
 
Spectrum management between friends   (1980)
 

Canada/U.S. Radio Frequency Planning and Coordination   by Bill Wilson

 
Going once! Going Twice! Sold! (1998)
 

SIA - A knowledge tool for Spectrum Management

 

Kaypro Equipment

 

Photo Gallery - Systems

 

LOXCEL - For business and industry who wish to research, analyze, and explore the records in Industry Canada's Assignment and Licensing System (ALS).