The United States has signed a number of agreements delineating the technical provisions for the coordination
and use of frequencies for commercial paging services along the Canadian and Mexican borders.
Coordination and Use of Radio Frequencies Above 30 Megacycles per Second (pdf
Contains the amendments to the Technical Annex of the "Coordination and Use of Radio Frequencies
Above 30 Megacycles per Second" to address problems related to frequency assignment and use along
the Canadian border.
929/931 MHz Mexican Protocol (pdf
In 1997, the U.S. and Mexico signed an agreement delineating the technical provisions for the coordination
and use of frequencies for paging services with 120 kilometers of the common border in the 929-930 MHz and
the 931-932 MHz bands.
Technical Data for Mexican Stations in the US/Mexican border area
Contains data received from the COFETEL on 9/29/2000.
Canadian Coordination for 929 and 931 MHz Paging Agreement (pdf
Considers the sharing arrangements for the two governments in portions on the 929-932 MHz bands within 75
miles of the border. The file contains a number of historical agreements.
Amendment to Canadian Coordination for 929 and 931 MHz Paging (pdf
There have been a number of amendments to the agreement for sharing between the U.S. and Canada that go toward issues such as frequency exchange and sharing of frequency for nationwide paging carriers.