MARITIME RADIO COMMUNICATIONS INITIATIVE


Last updated November 16, 2013

Note as of Fall 2013: The MRCI as described here is dead but that does not mean that some aspects of it might not be eventually revived. At present New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island will continue with their present systems. Nova Scotia has in 2013 contracted with Bell to provide a new trunked radio system to cover that province alone, and to go into operation in 2015. It is possible however that the new Nova Scotia system could in the future be extended into the other two provinces, and in that case the MRCI plans for sites in those provinces could be resurrected. Other than that, the description below must be considered historical in nature.

This planned and to some extent, under construction, system was cancelled in February 2012 by the three provinces, due to lack of funds.   I am leaving here the speculation and information as it was prior to the announcement.   At this time it is unknown what will happen with any new sites intended for this system that have been purchased and cleared, and in many cases built upon.   In terms of Nova Scotia for example, there have been several towers and associated infrastructure completed, and the future of these is not known.   It is possible that in spite of the collapse of the regional (tri-provincial) system, that individual provinces might utilize such new sites in some way.    In Nova Scotia it does seem clear that the existing TMR contract with Aliant will now continue for some time, and therefore it might be unlikely that the new sites can be used for the existing TMR as that system belongs to Bell Aliant

Note that as of late 2011 the complete list of planned sites for the MRCI was circulating due to what was most likely a leak from one of several contractors looking to bid on construction. Some versions of the list indicated whether or not a new tower was going to be built and if it had been completed.    None of this information was received from government employees and therefore cannot be taken as definitive.  Due to the likelihood that the Nova Scotia component of the system will eventually proceed independently, I have posted the NS part of this list at the bottom of this page.

 

MRCI was cancelled in March 2012.  This might mean that it is dead or it could mean that it is in abeyance until better fiscal conditions exist.   There does not seem to be second thoughts regarding the usefulness of the MRCI, but rather a concern over its expense.   The following paragraphs were written prior to the cancellation and merely modified to reflect the cancellation and written as if it will someday be revived.

MRCI is the planned tri-province radio system to be jointly owned by the provinces of Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia.     The system was in the planning stage and beyond, with progress varying from province to province.   Information was somewhat sketchy but was becoming more abundant in the last few months prior to the cancellation.   Requests for bids were circulated in the construction industry and therefore a protected list of sites and needs for each site was necessarily circulating but not publicly released.  As time goes on more and more information about this system is coming to light but as of late 2011 there are still knowledge gaps.   As with other large projects there were ongoing changes, and as well a level of confidentiality due to the bidding process for contractors.   Information on this page does NOT come from any government employee or contract worker but rather from a variety of sources such as on-line documents, speculation, over the air monitoring, and principally from industry bidders who have been given access to system parameters.  

It had been thought that that the MRCI would go into operation in 2014, at least in part.   It was not necessarily envisaged that all three provincial components would go into operation at the same time.    700 MHz frequencies had not yet been licenced at the time of cancellation. 

Essentially the MRCI, sometimes colloquially known as TMR2, was to be a system of 700 MHz trunked repeaters located throughout the three Maritime provinces.   Depending on province and on specific location there would be links to existing or future conventional repeaters and/or pagers that operate on VHF or on 400 MHz UHF.    It may be that these links would enable some of the existing networks to continue to operate for some time, yet be linked to the new system.   For example it did seem apparent that the New Brunswick VHF/UHF government systems would continue to operate and exist side by side with the new system, at least temporarily.   It was speculated that some or all sites in the Maritimes would have co-located VHF capability on the 700 MHz tower, and available to various public service users such as VFD pagers and repeaters.

The inter-governmental body in charge of this system was to be called the Maritime Provinces Co.      It is not known if this actually came into existence.

With the leak of documentation provided to industry, it came to be known that for Nova Scotia there would be a system of around 80 sites.    This would include new use for the 25+ presently existing IMRS sites, plus a combination of sites owned by other governmental entities, NS Power, and brand new sites.   It did seem clear that no Bell Aliant (Bell Mobility) sites would be used in the Nova Scotia portion of the system.

Due to the hilly nature of New Brunswick, it would have had more than 100 sites.   The New Brunswick government already owns or uses a large number of sites for its conventional Natural Resources, EMO/GSS, Ambulance and Transportation networks plus others, and most would  become MRCI sites unless they were on each other's doorsteps.    A significant number of the existing provincial sites are actually Bell-owned and unlike Nova Scotia, they would continue to be used.

PEI was expected to have approximately 15 sites, which in itself is surprising for such a low-lying and small area.   

Here is the list of Nova Scotia sites in the 2011 document provided to industry.   As this list was received in a roundabout manner and not from PSFCO or any of its personnel there may be errors present.  Where the name of the site is appended by a descriptor, this indicates the present major user or operator of the site or immediately adjacent, but it is not necessarily certain that the same tower would be used.  This information was not provided in the industry document and therefore is unofficial and not necessarily entirely accurate.

         NSP = Nova Scotia Power,

         "Fire Dispatch" = regional fire dispatch organization such as in Colchester, Cumberland and East Hants,

         "fire dept" = local fire dept,

         "new site" indicates there was no functioning transmitter site there and in general a new tower will be built or has been built.  In some cases these sites are on land already owned by the province such as at DNR area depots.    It is possible in some cases that there was a no-longer-used tower already in place.

         ** indicates sites that are indeterminate and in some cases seem to be Bell sites, despite speculation that Bell sites (present TMR sites) would not be used.

         * indicates sites on buildings in downtown Halifax.

         "ex-RCMP" are sites thought be left over from the old RCMP VHF network.   Others not indicated as such may have been in the past RCMP sites but have been used since then by other users.

         IMRS sites include all the presently operating IMRS sites plus Shubenacadie that has not operated as an IMRS site since the shutdown of the DNR and DOT VHF system at the turn of the century.   Hunter's Mtn and Italy Cross may also have been IMRS sites.

 

The last column indicates the number of voice channels proposed for each site.  In addition there would be the primary control channel (data channel).  The alternate control channel most likely would be included in the total voice channels.

SITE NAME

MUNICIPALITY

LAT

LONG

Site Elev. AMSL(m)

Tower Ht AGL (M)

PROP # VC

DND IMRS

Annapolis

44 52 34

65 18 24

250

91.4

5

HANNAMVILLE  (new site)

Annapolis

44 42 43

65 10 08

254

66

3

SPRINGFIELD IMRS

Annapolis

44 38 44

64 53 04

220

106.6

3

STRONACH MTN (NSP)

Annapolis

45 01 00

64 59 46

221

76

4

FAIRMONT IMRS

Antigonish

45 40 56

61 58 43

213

45.7

4

EAST KEMPTVILLE IMRS

Argyle

44 04 47

65 46 44

122

73.1

3

TUSKET FALLS NSP

Argyle

43 52 42

65 58 14

38

91.9

5

BARRINGTON (new site)

Barrington

43 34 14

65 32 30

40

30

3

ALBERT BRIDGE (new site)

CBRM

46 00 23

60 00 26

68

31

4

BARACHOIS HR. (CB&CNS Rwy)

CBRM

46 08 56

60 24 41

150

68

6

BEN EOIN (new site)

CBRM

45 58 09

60 25 53

162

31

3

BIG GLEN (new site)

CBRM

45 48 34

60 29 20

138

67

3

GILLIS MTN (new site)

CBRM

45 53 38

60 15 02

122

55

3

GLACE BAY R (Rogers)

CBRM

46 11 56

59 58 40

54

35

6

LINGAN RD (ex RCMP site)

CBRM

46 10 42

60 09 04

61

44.3

6

REAR BOISDALE IMRS

CBRM

46 03 29

60 27 21

207

61

5

ALDERSVILLE (new site)

Chester

44 50 23

64 30 33

251

100

3

ASPOTOGAN (new site)

Chester

44 31 31.2

64 05 11

86

80

4

SHERWOOD IMRS

Chester

44 43 13

64 17 57

227

61

3

CORBERRIE (new site)

Clare

44 16 01

65 54 08

102.4

67

3

HARMONY (Fire Disp Site)

Colchester

45 20 09

63 12 00

202

46

5

HILDEN  (Fire Disp Site)

Colchester

45 18 37

63 19 59

155

46.3

5

NUTTBY IMRS

Colchester

45 33 13

63 13 23

359

36.6

4

SHUBENACADIE IMRS

Colchester

45 05 41

63 23 29

33

91.4

5

TATAMAGOUCHE (Fire Dept Site)

Colchester

45 42 50

63 17 46

23

30

3

WITTENBURG NSP

Colchester

45 05 07

63 15 16

147

46

4

FUNDY EAST (Fire Disp Site)

Cumberland

45 30 37.7

64 43 24.9

137

91

3

KIRKHILL IMRS

Cumberland

45 25 46

64 23 08

154

61

3

MOUNT PLEASANT (NSP)

Cumberland

45 48 04.7

63 50 27.6

105

31

3

SALEM IMRS

Cumberland

45 46 24

64 03 18

158

61

4

SOUTHAMPTON (new site)

Cumberland

45 31 55

64 10 02

282

61

3

SUGARLOAF IMRS

Cumberland

45 34 48

63 48 13

317

39.6

5

LANSDOWNE (NSP)

Digby

44 34 33

65 39 57

137

66

4

NORTH RANGE CNR IMRS

Digby

44 29 56

65 49 59

133

97.5

3

TIVERTON (CCG site)

Digby

44 23 22

66 13 24

79

65

3

BARR SETTLEMENT IMRS

East Hants

45 07 37

63 35 29

189

56.4

3

NOEL LAKE (new site)

East Hants

45 16 26

063 45 55

104.5

75

3

GIANT'S LAKE (new site)

Guysborough

45 23 06

61 52 14

181

61

3

LUNDY IMRS

Guysborough

45 19 07

61 28 31

235

39.6

3

EAST PRESTON**

HRM

44 43 32

63 26 22

106

61

8

GEIZERS HILL (CTV tower)

HRM

44 38 47

63 39 39

136

45

12

JERUSALEM HILL IMRS

HRM

44 48 23

63 10 43

116

76.2

6

MARINETTE IMRS

HRM

44 58 10

62 39 51

137

85.3

3

MARITIME CENTER*

HRM

44 38 39

63 34 22

40

87

9

PROSPECT RD **

HRM

44 30 38

63 44 43

68

80

3

SCOTIA SQUARE *

HRM

44 39 00

63 34 38

15

49

9

UPPER SACKVILLE (ex RCMP)

HRM

44 48 28

63 43 33

167

45.7

8

CHAPLIN (new site)

HRM 

45 12 41

62 49 54

201

83

3

HAMMONDS PLNS IMRS

HRM 

44 43 54

63 48 04

148

97.5

8

MILLEN MTN  (new site)

HRM 

45 08 40

62 58 54

184

79

3

CHETICAMP**

Inverness

46 34 41

60 59 04

365

78

3

CREIGNISH IMRS

Inverness

45 44 23

61 26 37

250

45.7

4

KILTARLITY IMRS

Inverness

46 14 00

61 10 40

337

39.6

3

KINGSVILLE**

Inverness

45 47 35

61 18 13

120

91

3

MABOU (new site)

Inverness

46 01 41

61 21 57

210

31

3

NORTH MTN (Parks Canada site)

Inverness

46 49 04

60 40 16

450

61

3

PORT HAWKESBURY (new site)

Inverness

45 37 39

61 22 08

26

18

4

S W MARGAREE (new site)

Inverness

46 17 38

61 05 50

323

40

3

GARLAND IMRS

Kings

45 06 12

64 45 08

218

45.7

4

LOOKOFF (Blomidon) (new site)

Kings

45 12 06

64 24 32

204

37

5

NEWTONVILLE (NSP)

Kings

45 02 10

64 23 30

212

81

5

BRIDGEWATER (NSP)

Lunenburg

44 23 40

64 33 15

61

81

4

CHURCH LAKE (new site)

Lunenburg

44 32 40

64 36 53

144

61

3

ITALY CROSS (ex RCMP)

Lunenburg

44 16 03.8

64 33 28

92

61

3

KINGSBURG (CCG Site)

Lunenburg

44 16 27

64 17 12

69

61

3

MCLELLANS MTN IMRS

Pictou

45 32 00

62 33 53

230

67.1

4

NEW LAIRG (new site)

Pictou

45 24 58

62 48 45

233.3

51

3

ROCKY MOUNTAIN (new site)

Pictou

45 24 21

62 12 07

186

117

3

LIVERPOOL (GR HILL) IMRS

Queens

44 04 02

64 43 03

91

91.4

3

MCGOWAN LAKE (new site)

Queens

44 25 06

65 02 55

132

93

3

BALMORAL (new site)

Richmond

45 38 31.5

61 04 40.5

105

70

3

OBAN IMRS

Richmond

45 44 16

60 54 46

177

45.7

3

GRANITE VILLAGE**

Shelburne

43 51 33

64 59 30

76

76

3

MIDDLE OHIO IMRS

Shelburne

43 54 26

65 23 19

86

45.7

3

SHELBURNE (NSP)

Shelburne

43 46 10

65 21 05

60

42

3

COCHRANE HILL IMRS

St. Marys

45 14 38

62 01 39

155

67.1

3

NEW CHESTER (NEW SITE)

St. Marys

45 04 01.7

62 15 01.9

125.39

50

3

CAPE SMOKEY IMRS

Victoria

46 35 47

60 23 52

367

30.5

3

ENGLISHTOWN (new site)

Victoria

46 15 02

60 32 56

161

30

3

HUNTER'S MTN (NSP)

Victoria

46 06 56

60 52 56

198

44

3

MONEY POINT IMRS

Victoria

47 00 39

60 25 28

396

41

3

HEMLOCK HILL (NSP)

West Hants

44 52 11

64 13 32

152

111

4

WILLOW HILL IMRS

West Hants

44 56 50

63 55 55

223

80

5

FRENCH LAKE IMRS

Yarmouth

43 39 48

65 42 16

68

48.7

3

Readers should keep in mind that this was the list at one moment in time, and that changes were possible, such as additional sites if and when gaps were discovered.    It does not now have any status except as a curiosity due to the collapse of the proposal, and is merely offered here as a point of interest.

 

Proposed New Brunswick Sites, as of April 2011

This list is arranged by region, beginning with Bathurst.

Site ID

NAME

MAP

LAT

LONG

Site Elev. AMSL(m)

Tower Ht AGL (M)

NBBTST01

Bathurst PWI - D

21P/12

47 35 01.5

65 35 34.9

55

45.7

NBBTST02

Caraquet PWI - L

21P/15

47 44 45.6

64 54 43.7

8

38.1

NBBTST03

Lameque DOT

21P/15

47 49 21

64 36 12.2

17

91.4

NBBTST04

Grande Anse PWI - D

21P/14

47 48 54

65 10 23.2

18

45.7

NBBTST05

Nigadoo PWI- D

21P/12

47 43 55.2

65 44 54.6

50

61.0

NBBTST06

Lorne DOT

21O/16

47 53 21.3

66 10 30.8

200

91.4

NBBTST07

Dalhousie Bell

22B/01

48 03 27.7

66 23 30.8

120

61

NBBTST08

Dalhousie Junction Bell

22B/01

48 01 55.6

66 28 34

84

91.4

NBBTST09

Campbellton Radio Bell

22B/02

47 59 40.1

66 42 19.1

67

45.7

NBBTST10

Squaw Cap Bell

21O/15

47 52 54.8

66 53 09.6

447

18

NBBTST11

Seven Mile Ridge DOT

21O/15

47 54 27

66 41 54

369

30.5

NBBTST12

Elmtree Tree DOT

21P/13

47 50 00

65 52 17

139

42.7

NBBTST13

Highway 340 PWI- L

21P/11

47 39 38

65 18 20

100

61.0

NBBTST14

Bathurst North PWI- L

21P/12

47 38 57

65 41 35

34

30.5

NBEDMN01

Clair PWI - L

21N/07

47 15 50.8

68 38 51.7

426

61.0

NBEDMN02

Michaud Mtn Bell

21N/08

47 22 07

68 21 23.4

336

91.4

NBEDMN03

Blanchette PWI - L

21N/09

47 23 25

68 18 59

352

152.4

NBEDMN04

St Anne de Madawaska PWI - L

21N/08

47 15 46.4

68 00 50.4

251

61.0

NBEDMN05

St. Leonard PWI - D

21O/04

47 10 39.6

67 54 17.5

250

91.0

NBEDMN06

St Quentin DOT

21O/06

47 30 48

67 17 00

426

58.0

NBEDMN07

Kedgwick PWI - L

21O/11

47 39 40

67 19 04

385

61.0

NBEDMN08

Grand Falls DOT

21O/04

47 02 03.2

67 45 36.0

242

71

NBEDMN09

Cameron Mtn NBP

21J/13

46 58 27

67 30 02

527

61.0

NBEDMN10

Lower Blue Mtn RWI - L

21O/03

47 04 05

67 13 29

589

30.5

NBEDMN11

Four Falls Bell

21J/13

46 49 35.4

67 43 25.3

227

91.4

NBEDMN12

Kintore DOT

21J/12

46 41 42

67 33 18

522

45.7

NBEDMN13

St. Jacques PWI - D

21N/08

47 27 03.6

68 23 07

318

61.0

NBEDMN14

Stewart Highway 17 PWI - L

21O/05

47 19 31

67 40 07

340

91.4

NBEDMN15

Robinson DOT

21O/11

47 41 50.6

67 11 11.4

460

49.4

NBEDMN16

Grand River DOT

21O/05

47 20 01

67 54 36

343

61.0

NBEDMN17

Baker Lake Bell

21N/07

47 20 06.7

68 36 50.4

308

91.4

NBFCTN01

Bristol Bell

21J/05

46 26 47

67 34 43.7

295

91.4

NBFCTN02

Grafton Bell

21J/04

46 10 38

67 33 00

205

91.4

NBFCTN03

Benton Ridge Bell

21J/04

46 00 25.6

67 33 31

219

91.4

NBFCTN04

Dumfries Bell

21G/14

45 57 27

67 10 02.6

202

91.4

NBFCTN05

Skiff Lake DOT

21G/13

45 48 41

67 34 43

378

30.5

NBFCTN06

Crabbe Mtn DOT

21J/03

46 07 09

67 06 29

381

42.7

NBFCTN07

McAdam PWI - L

21G/11

45 36 37.4

67 17 06

250

91.4

NBFCTN08

Coburn Bell

21G/11

45 40 49.3

67 03 08.4

250

91.4

NBFCTN09

Hanwell Settlement Bell

21G/15

45 51 48.8

66 49 18.3

221

91.4

NBFCTN10

Fredericton DOT

21G/15

45 55 51

66 39 02

109

91.4

NBFCTN11

Fredericton Jct. PWI - D

21G/10

45 40 14.5

66 36 40.0

20

60.0

NBFCTN12

Oromocto Water Tower

21G/16

45 50 18

66 29 44.2

32

38.0

NBFCTN13

Keswick PWI - D

21G/15

45 57 59.4

66 51 35.6

122

60.0

NBFCTN14

Poplar Hill NBP

21G/15

45 57 34

66 33 30

100

64

NBFCTN15

Jemseg PWI - L

21G/16

45 50 32.6

66 03 07.2

101

91.4

NBFCTN16

Minto PWI - D

21J/01

46 04 53.0

66 04 30.0

37

60.0

NBFCTN17

Chipman PWI - D

21I/04

46 08 03.1

65 53 34.4

25

60.0

NBFCTN18

Durham Bridge Bell

21J/02

46 09 19.4

66 34 51.2

185

91.4

NBFCTN19

Stanley DOT PWI - L

21J/07

46 15 44

66 44 11

230

67.1

NBFCTN20

Parker Ridge PWI - L

21J/07

46 27 09.7

66 31 13.8

230

91.4

NBFCTN21

Doaktown PWI - D

21J/09

46 33 52.9

66 07 15.7

80

60.0

NBFCTN22

Fredericton II - PWI - L

21G/15

45 58 48

66 41 30

15

61.0

NBFCTN23

Highway 116 - PWI - L

21I/05

46 16 03

65 45 26.3

95

91.4

NBFCTN24

Highway 123 - PWI - L

21I/05

46 24 51

66 00 15

152

91.4

NBFCTN25

Newburg DOT

21J/03

46 11 40

67 26 19

258

45.7

NBMIRI01

St Isidore DOT

21P/11

47 33 10

65 05 44

77

61.0

NBMIRI02

Tracadie Shiela PWI - D

21P/07

47 29 38.8

64 54 59.0

14

45.7

NBMIRI03

Allardville DOT

21P/06

47 27 00

65 30 27

166

91.4

NBMIRI04

Lavillette Bell

21P/06

47 15 04

65 22 57

101

107.0

NBMIRI05

Newcastle Radio Bell

21P/04

47 0 21.2

65 35 12.5

74

91.4

NBMIRI06

Baie Ste. Anne PWI - L

21P/02

47 03 39.6

64 54 10.0

13

60.0

NBMIRI07

Quarryville Bell

21I/13

46 50 31

65 47 05.2

49

91.4

NBMIRI08

Blackville PWI - L

21I/12

46 42 14.4

65 50 15.4

60

61.0

NBMIRI09

Laketon DNR - PWI

21I/14

46 51 15

65 07 51

62

61.0

NBMIRI10

Acadieville DOT

21I/11

46 44 18

65 15 08

60

110.0

NBMIRI11

Rexton PWI - D

21I/10

46 37 31.8

64 49 32.9

30

61.0

NBMIRI12

Neguac PWI - D

21P/06

47 15 18.7

65 05 21.8

18

61.0

NBMIRI13

Chatham PWI - D

21P/03

47 00 56.2

65 29 34.8

20

50.0

NBMIRI14

Chaplin Island DOT

21P/04

47 05 55

65 43 59

151

91.4

NBMIRI15

Rogersville PWI - D

21I/14

46 45 32.4

65 26 52.8

80

61.0

NBMIRI16

Sunny Corner PWI - D

21I/13

46 56 54

65 49 05

30

61.0

NBMCTN01

Harcourt PWI - D

21I/06

46 28 19.2

65 14 34.1

60

60.0

NBMCTN02

South St Norbert DOT

21I/07

46 26 56

64 56 16

67

61

NBMCTN03

Indian Mtn DOT

21I/02

46 11 34

64 51 36

200

99.1

NBMCTN04

Cocagne PWI - D

21I/07

46 19 52.7

64 36 40

15

50.0

NBMCTN05

SE Correctional Facility PWI - L

21I/02

46 12 23.4

64 31 03.5

30

50.0

NBMCTN06

Cap Pele PWI - D

21I/01

46 12 33.5

64 15 25.2

15

50.0

NBMCTN07

Route 930 PWI - L

21I/01

46 08 56

64 23 38.8

55

91.4

NBMCTN08

Melrose Bell

11L/04

46 06 07

63 56 37.2

34

91.4

NBMCTN09

Fairfield DOT

21H/16

45 56 53

64 27 34

167

45.7

NBMCTN10

Riverside Albert Bell

21H/10

45 43 00

64 44 4.3

88

61

NBMCTN11

Fundy Park Bell

21H/10

45 35 31

64 59 39.1

334

61

NBMCTN12

Gowland DOT

21H/14

45 48 49

65 02 22

352

42.7

NBMCTN13

Salisbury PWI - L

21I/03

46 02 48.5

65 04 42.6

80

61

NBMCTN14

Jordan Mtn PWI - L

21H/14

45 50 51

65 28 36

230

91.4

NBMCTN15

Havelock PWI - D

21I/03

46 00 09.0

65 18 43.2

90

60.0

NBMCTN16

Canaan Forks PWI - L

21I/04

46 02 42

65 31 50

230

91.4

NBMCTN17

Scotch Mtn DOT

21H/13

45 45 42

65 47 30

259

71

NBMCTN18

Sussex PWI - D

21H/11

45 44 12.1

65 29 25.1

25

40.0

NBMCTN19

Penobsquis Bell

21H/14

45 48 23.1

65 20 21.1

168

91.4

NBMCTN20

Boudreau Village Bell

21H/15

45 55 24.2

64 34 43.7

147

61.0

NBMCTN21

Bouctouche PWI - D

21I/07

46 29 01

64 44 01

15

40.0

NBMCTN22

Sackville PWI - D

21H/16

45 54 07.6

64 23 18.2

42

61.0

NBMCTN23

Moncton Center PWI - L

21I/02

46 06 44.7

64 45 58.5

10

61.0

NBMCTN24

Dieppe Water Tower PWI - L

21I/02

46 03 52.9

64 42 53.3

18

38.0

NBMCTN25

Moncton West PWI - L

21I/02

46 05 29

64 49 33

20

61.0

NBSTJH01

Norton Bell

21H/12

45 37 42.8

65 44 34.1

198

45.7

NBSTJH02

Hampton Bell

21H/05

45 29 16.8

65 49 35

109

91.4

NBSTJH03

Otty Glen Bell

21H/05

45 26 34

65 57 19

124

54.8

NBSTJH04

Mt Champlain NBP

21G/08

45 28 42.4

66 14 05.2

413

21.0

NBSTJH05

St. Martins Bell

21H/05

45 19 34

65 32 55.7

38

45.7

NBSTJH06

Saint John Airport PWI - D

21H/05

45 20 15.4

65 51 38.2

170

61.0

NBSTJH07

Saint John DOT

21H/05

45 16 39

65 58 31

122

61.0

NBSTJH08

Sandy Point Bell

21G/08

45 18 12

66 04 24

78

91.4

NBSTJH09

Spruce Lake Bell

21G/01

45 12 12.7

66 11 34.5

108

54.8

NBSTJH10

Buckley Mtn Bell

21G/08

45 21 15.8

66 10 34.2

176

91.4

NBSTJH11

Clarendon Bell

21G/08

45 27 54.7

66 23 57.8

243

76.2

NBSTJH12

Maces Bay DOT

21G/01

45 05 35

66 27 19

48

61.0

NBSTJH13

Beaver Harbour Bell

21G/02

45 04 28.8

66 45 17.1

51

91.4

NBSTJH14

Grand Manan PWI - D

21B/10

44 41 21.1

66 47 04.6

40

60

NBSTJH15

Campobello PWI - L

21B/15

44 53 30

66 55 34

58

91.4

NBSTJH16

Bethel PWI - L

21G/02

45 09 56

66 54 20.2

200

61.0

NBSTJH17

Chamcook Bell

21G/03

45 07 30.8

67 05 35.2

156

61.0

NBSTJH18

St Stephen PWI - D

21G/03

45 12 28

67 16 12.7

18

61.0

NBSTJH19

Oak Hill PWI - L

21G/06

45 21 21.6

67 20 52.1

164

91.4

NBSTJH20

Pleasant Ridge DOT

21G/07

45 23 48

66 59 48

277

45.7

NBSTJH21

Grove Hill DOT

21H/05

45 24 57

65 43 16

285

30.5

NBSTJH22

St. Martins Highway PWI - L

21H/05

45 19 50

65 42 34

165

91.4

NBSTJH23

Grand Manan II PWI - L

21B/10

44 46 58

66 46 19

80

61.0

NBSTJH24

Musquash PWI - D

21G/01

45 11 00

66 21 41

34

61.0

NBSTJH25

St George PWI - D

21G/02

45 07 44.4

66 48 36.7

62

61.0

 

Proposed Prince Edward Island Sites, as of April 2011. Note that this is more than twice the number of sites than are in the existing 800 MHz trunk system in PEI.

 

Site ID

NAME

LAT

LONG

Site Elev. AMSL(m)

Tower Ht AGL (M)

PEI01

Alma RCMP

46 53 22

64 05 26

36

45.7

PEI02

Borden Bell

46 16 07

63 38 05

35

112

PEI03

Caledonia Bell

46 03 05

62 43 17

62

91

PEI04

Cavendish Bell

46 27 18

63 22 20

10

120

PEI05

Cornwall Bell

46 13 50

63 14 24

30

60

PEI06

Mount Pleasant Bell

46 34 44

64 00 10

28

60

PEI07

Souris Bell

46 22 28

62 20 39

60

122

PEI08

Stanhope Bell

46 23 34

63 05 05

24

60

PEI09

Summerside Bell

46 24 41

63 48 08

31

58

PEI10

Summerville Bell

46 12 44

62 45 07

12

122

PEI11

West St Peters Bell

46 24 52

62 46 21

10

122

PEI12

Charlottetown GPEI - B

46 14 07

63 07 39

9.7

39

PEI13

GlenValley GPEI

46 20 05

63 25 48

126

61

PEI14

Urbainville GPEI

46 27 41

64 03 13

51

45

PEI15

O'Leary Bell

46 42 19

64 13 16

18

91

PEI16

Munns Road - L

46 25 46

62 05 29

46

43