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Canadian Frequency Chart

The following is chart of frequencies currently available for model control use in Canada. Each frequency is in MHz and is preceded by the corresponding channel number.

27 MHz

A1  -  26.995
A2  -  27.045
A3  -  27.095
A4  -  27.145
A5  -  27.195
A6  -  27.255

49 MHz ²

49.830
49.845
49.860
49.875
49.890
50 MHz ³

00  -  50.800
01  -  50.820
02  -  50.840
03  -  50.860
04  -  50.880
05  -  50.900
06  -  50.920
07  -  50.940
08  -  50.960

53 MHz ³

B1  -  53.100
B2  -  53.200
B3  -  53.300
B4  -  53.400
B5  -  53.500
B6  -  53.600
B7  -  53.700
B8  -  53.800

2.4 GHz *

Spread Spectrum

72 MHz (Aircraft)

11  -  72.010
12  -  72.030
13  -  72.050
14  -  72.070
15  -  72.090
16  -  72.110
17  -  72.130
18  -  72.150
19  -  72.170
20  -  72.190
21  -  72.210
22  -  72.230
23  -  72.250
24  -  72.270
25  -  72.290
26  -  72.310
27  -  72.330
28  -  72.350
29  -  72.370
30  -  72.390
31  -  72.410
32  -  72.430
33  -  72.450
34  -  72.470
35  -  72.490
36  -  72.510
37  -  72.530
38  -  72.550
39  -  72.570
40  -  72.590
41  -  72.610
42  -  72.630
43  -  72.650
44  -  72.670
45  -  72.690
46  -  72.710
47  -  72.730
48  -  72.750
49  -  72.770
50  -  72.790
51  -  72.810
52  -  72.830
53  -  72.850
54  -  72.870
55  -  72.890
56  -  72.910
57  -  72.930
58  -  72.950
59  -  72.970
60  -  72.990
75 MHz (Surface)

61  -  75.410
62  -  75.430
63  -  75.450
64  -  75.470
65  -  75.490
66  -  75.510
67  -  75.530
68  -  75.550
69  -  75.570
70  -  75.590
71  -  75.610
72  -  75.630
73  -  75.650
74  -  75.670
75  -  75.690
76  -  75.710
77  -  75.730
78  -  75.750
79  -  75.770
80  -  75.790
81  -  75.810
82  -  75.830
83  -  75.850
84  -  75.870
85  -  75.890
86  -  75.910
87  -  75.930
88  -  75.950
89  -  75.970
90  -  75.990

¹ 50 & 53 MHz — A valid Amateur Radio Operators License is required to own and operate equipment on these frequencies.

³ 49 MHz — These frequencies are primarily used in toys as contrasted to the hobby models and are not recommended for control of hobby model aircraft. They are also limited by range as the transmitters are only allowed to transmit 100 milliwatts of RF Power.

* 2.4 GHZ spread spectrum radios are approved for use in Canada by Industry Canada and MAAC.

All frequencies in the 72MHz band are for the exclusive use of model aircraft. (Channels 11 through 60)

All frequencies in the 75MHz band are for the exclusive use of surface models such as cars and boats. (Channels 61 through 90)

In Canada it is no longer legal to operate aircraft models on the frequencies 72.080, 72.160, 72.320, 72.400, and 72.960. It is reccommended that new equipment be purchased to replace these frequencies. Their use is no longer allowed due to the close proximity to the other channels and the fact that equipment using these frequencies would be wide band and technically out-of-date.