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Frequency Bands Major Service Date Signed Effective Date
General Framework Agreement for
Terrestrial Services
(associated Protocols are listed below)
June 16, 1994 June 2, 1995
Framework only Satellite
Framework Agreement
April 28, 1996 April 28, 1996
535-1605 kHz AM Radio Aug. 28, 1986 April 27, 1987
1605-1705 kHz AM Radio Aug. 11, 1992 May 30, 1995
54-72 &
76-88 MHz
Digital Television
(DTV)
July 22, 1998 July 22, 1998
54-72 &
76-88 MHz
Television - VHF Apr. 18, 1962 April 18, 1962
54-72 &
76-88 MHz
Low Power Television - VHF Sept. 14-26, 1988 Sept. 14-26, 1988
88-108 MHz FM Radio Aug. 11, 1992 June 2, 1995
- MSS Below 1 GHz -
U-148-150.05 MHz
D-137-138 MHz

U-399.95-400.05
D-400.15-401 MHz

- MSS Above 1 GHz -
U-1610-1626.25 MHz
D-1613.8-1626.5 MHz
D-2483.5-2500 MHz

U-1990-2025 MHz
D-2165-2200 MHz

U-14-14.5 GHz
D-11.7-12.2 GHZ
(No MSS Allocation-
NIB basis only)

- MSS Inter-Satellite Links -
23-23.55 GHz

- MSS Feeder Links -
U-5.091-5.250 GHz
D-6.700-7.075 GHz

U-12.750-13.250 GHz
D-10.700-10.950 GHz
D-11.2-11.450 GHz

U-29.1-29.5 GHz
D-19.3-19.7 GHz
Mobile-Satellite Services
(MSS)
Dec. 21, 1998 Dec. 21, 1998
151.190 MHz
151.280 MHz
151.295 MHz
151.310 MHz
159.225 MHz
(plus 21 Government frequencies)
Emergency/Firefighting Frequencies Dec. 9, 1998 Dec. 9, 1998
162/164/168/
172/173 MHz
International Boundary &
Water Commission
Aug. 11, 1992 Aug. 11, 1992
162/165/166/167
/168/171/407/415/
463/468 MHz
Special Purposes July 2, 1991 Feb. 25, 1993
174-216 MHz Digital Television
(DTV)
July 22, 1998 July 22, 1998
174-216 MHz Television - VHF Apr. 18, 1962 April 18, 1962
174-216 MHz Low Power Television - VHF Sept. 14-26, 1988 Sept. 14-26, 1988
190 kHz-
15.7 GHz16 bands
Aeronautical Radio Navigation &
Aeronautical Communications

(Protocol 9)
April 26, 1996 April 26, 1996
220-222 MHz Land Mobile
primarily Specialized Mobile Radio
(SMR) (Protocol 1)
June 16, 1994 June 2, 1995
470-512 MHz Land Mobile
(Protocol 2)
June 16, 1994 June 2, 1995
470-806 MHz Digital Television
(DTV)
July 22, 1998 July 22, 1998
470-806 MHz Television - UHF June 18, 1982 June 17, 1983
470-806 MHz Low Power Television - UHF Nov. 21, 1988 Nov. 21, 1988
698-806 MHz Allotment and use of the 698-806 MHz band Nov. 8, 2006 Nov. 8, 2006
806-824 &
851-869 MHz
Land Mobile
(Protocol 3)
June 8, 2012 June 8, 2012
806-824 &
851-869 MHz
Special Coordination Procedure
(see Land Mobile Protocol 3)
Nov. 1-
Nov. 8, 2000
Nov. 8, 2000
849-851/
894-896 MHz
Air-to-Ground Radio
(Protocol 5)
June 16, 1994 June 2, 1995
824-849/
869-894 MHz
Cellular
(Protocol 4)
June 16, 1994 June 2, 1995
932-932.5/
941-941.5 MHz
Fixed Point-to-Multipoint
(Protocol 6)
June 16, 1994 June 2, 1995
932.5-935/
941.5-944 MHz
Fixed Point-to-Point
(Protocol 10)
April 26, 1996 April 26, 1996
929-930/
931-932 MHz
Paging
(Protocol 11)
Feb. 27, 1997 Feb. 27, 1997
901-902/930-
931/940-941 MHz
Personal Communications Service (PCS)
Narrowband (Protocol 7)
May 16, 1995 May 16, 1995
1850-1995 MHz Personal Communications Service (PCS)
Broadband (Protocol 8)
June 8, 2012 June 8, 2012
2310-2360 MHz Wireless Communications Service
(WCS)
July 24, 2000 Jan. 25, 2001
2310-2360 MHz Digital Audio Radio Service
(DARS)
Wireless Communication Service
(WCS)
July 24, 2000 July 24, 2000
2310-2360 MHz Satellite Digital Audio Radio Service
(S-DARS)
July 24, 2000 Jan. 25, 2001
2500-2686 MHz Multipoint Distribution Service
(MDS)
and
Instructional Television Fixed Service
(ITFS)
Aug. 11, 1992;
amended to cover digital systems
Oct. 1-23, 1998
July 2, 1993;
as amended
Sept. 28, 2000
3700-4200 MHz Geostationary Orbit
(GSO) (Trilateral)
Cross Border Roaming
1988
April 17 &
May 7, 1991
May 7, 1991
5925-6425 MHz Earth Station Coordination July 2, 1991 Feb. 2, 1993
U-5.925-6.425 GHz
D-3.70-4.20 GHz

U-6.725-7.025 GHz
D-4.50-4.80 GHz

U-12.75-13.25 GHz
D-10.70-10.95 GHz
D-11.20-11.45 GHz

U-13.75-14.00 GHz
D-11.45-11.70 GHz
D-10.95-11.20 GHz

U-14.00-14.50 GHz
D-11.70-12.20 GHz

U-17.30-17.80 GHz
D-12.20-12.70 GHZ
U-27.50-30.00 GHz
D-17.70-20.20 GHz

Fixed-Satellite Services
(FSS)
Oct. 16, 1997 Oct. 16, 1997

- DTH-FSS Services: -
U-5.925-6.425 GHz
D-3.70-4.20 GHz

U-6.725-7.025 GHz
D-4.50-4.80 GHz

U-12.75-13.25 GHz
D-10.70-10.95 GHz
D-11.20-11.45 GHz

U-13.75-14.00 GHz
D-11.45-11.70 GHz
D-10.95-11.20 GHz

U-14.00-14.50 GHz
D-11.70-12.20 GHZ

- BSS Services: -
U-17.30-17.80 GHz
D-12.20-12.70 GHz

Direct-To-Home Satellite Service
(DTH)
Nov. 8, 1996 Nov. 8, 1996
5925-6425 MHz Earth Station Coordination July 2, 1991 Feb. 25, 1993
5925-6425 MHz Geostationary Orbit
(GSO) (Trilateral)
1988  
11.7-12.2 GHz Geostationary Orbit
(GSO) (Trilateral)
Cross Border Roaming
1988
April 17 &
May 7, 1991
May 7, 1991
14.0-14.5 GHz Geostationary Orbit
(GSO) (Trilateral)
Cross Border Roaming
1988
April 17 &
May 7, 1991
May 7, 1991
17.7-17.8 GHz Fixed Services/
Broadcasting-Satellite Services
(BSS)
June 21, 1993 Mar. 8, 1994
17.7-17.8 GHz , Fixed Services/
Broadcasting-Satellite Services
(BSS)
June 21, 1993 Mar. 8, 1994
4940-4990 MHz Terrestrial Non-Broadcasting Radiocommunication Services Dec. 1, 2009  
698-806 MHz Amendment to the 700 MHz Land Mobile Agreement with Mexico July 28, 2011 July 28, 2011



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