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CANADIAN EPICS IN RADIOCOMMUNICATION

ALUMNI WHO LIVED THE ADVENTURE OF RADIO

WIRELESS TELEGRAPHISTS  -  SPARKS  -  RADIO PIONEERS

RADIO OPERATORS  -  RADIO TECHNICIANS

RADIO TECHNOLOGISTS  -  RADIO ENGINEERS

RADIO INSPECTORS  -  SPECTRUM MANAGERS

ÉPOPÉES CANADIENNES EN RADIOCOMMUNICATION

LES ANCIENS QUI ONT VÉCU L'AVENTURE DE LA RADIO

TÉLÉGRAPHISTES SANS FIL  -  PIONNIERS DE LA RADIO

OPÉRATEURS RADIO  -  TECHNICIENS RADIO

TECHNOLOGUES RADIO  -  INGÉNIEURS RADIO

INSPECTEURS RADIO  -  GESTIONNAIRES DU SPECTRE

 

 

 

 

 

1979 - Comings-Goings-Transfers-Appointments - Department of Communications (DOC)
 
SMS: better use of a crowded spectrum
 
Crane raises Cain till grounded
 
Communications bill re-introduced
 
Digital satellite communications
 
Saving lives by keeping tabs
 
GRS channel for emergency use only
 
TV direct from satellite to home? It's closer than you think.
 
Canada announces 1979 WARC proposals
 
Spectrum allocations: making a policy
 
Follow the guide for a tour of the international branch
 
Remaining rational in a changing world
 
Northern expectations: the need for improved services
 
Earth station policy widens ownership
 
Variable fee schedule new for radio licences
 
And now there are six... (Joanne McCourt)
 
Communications keep flood control afloat     
 
King family pleased with earth station
 
Taking a new look at personal radio
 
Donald Courcy Transfers to CRTC