Receiving Written Consent for Communication with Base Stations in Canada; Issuing Written Consent to Licensees from Canada for Communication with Base Stations in the U.S.; Description of Interoperabl

OMB 3060-1226

OMB 3060-1226

Staff at the Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau (PSHSB) agree with staff from Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED) that first responders may communicate with base station repeaters in the other country provided the licensee of the base station repeater first issues its written consent to the licensee of the responder’s radio. Staff at PSHSB advises applicants to include a description of how it intends to interoperate with licensees from Canada if it is filing an application to operate under any of the cross-border scenarios described in Public Notice DA 16-739.

The latest form for Receiving Written Consent for Communication with Base Stations in Canada; Issuing Written Consent to Licensees from Canada for Communication with Base Stations in the U.S.; Description of Interoperabl expires 2023-02-28 and can be found here.


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