14. Frequency Lists.
a. List of frequency assignments to government radio stations.
b. List of frequency assignments coordinated between Office of
At periodic intervals, a list of current United
States assignments that have been coordinated with the Canadian
Coordination Agreement is published.
A similar tabulation of
Canadian assignments that have been coordinated with the United
States is published by Canada.
nongovernment radio services are furnished to the Office of
Telecommunications Policy and are available to government agencies as
15. Department of Defense.
a. We will now discuss the spectrum management within the
Department of Defense.
The military services and the defense
agencies, acting as agents of the Secretary of Defense and his
Assistant Secretary for Telecommunications, are responsible for
management and operational directions of telecommunications resources
within the Department of Defense.
Principal focal points for
and defense agencies.
Multilateral government channels (the
Interdepartment Radio Advisory Committee in common with its member
within the United States and its possessions. Military channels are
used for all other military frequency management matters worldwide.
A single Department of Army frequency assignment may require
coordination through both channels.
b. Figure 8 shows the departments, agencies, and organizations
that have major roles in spectrum management within the Department of