The Frequency Coordination System Association (FCSA) is a not-for-profit Canadian corporation and an association of organizations that own and operate microwave radio/wireless and satellite communication facilities. FCSA owns, operates and administers a computer and database facility, and a microwave information and coordination system (MICS) software module which is used by its Member organizations in the design, planning, and implementation of their telecommunication systems. FCSA's database contains technical data for over 140,000 terrestrial microwave radio stations and over 3,000 satellite earth stations licensed to operate in Canada, and a large portion of the licensed microwave radio systems located in the frequency coordination zone along the Canada-U.S.A. border.

Established in 1983, FCSA has developed a strong membership base representing owners and operators of fixed microwave radio/wireless and satellite systems in all provinces of Canada and the Territories. The key activities of FCSA involve the efficient and effective coordination of microwave radio systems amongst the Members and other microwave radio system operators in Canada and frequency coordination organizations in the United States of America. FCSA also offers a terrestrial system radio frequency interference analysis service to Canadian Organizations that are not members of FCSA.


About FCSA
 - Corporate Profile
 - Mandate
 - Our Key Roles
 - Our Members
 - Membership Benefits

 - Officers
 - Board of Directors
 - Member Delegates

Committee Members
 - Management
 - Technical Group

Working Groups
 - Group Description
 - Members

Contact Us
Membership Application Form
Antenna Manufacturers
Equipment Manufacturers

ISED (Industry Canada)

Microwave Licence Application Evaluation Criteria

Critères d’évaluation des demandes micro-ondes

Frequency Coordination Procedures

Radio Frequency Interference Analysis Service

Members Only Area