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  • §90.22
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.119
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.129
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.135
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.145
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.153
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.159
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.161
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.162
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.165
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.167
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.168
  • §90.169
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.173
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.175
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.177
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.179
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.205
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.207
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.213
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.217
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.237
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.241
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.242
  • §90.243
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.247
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.261
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.266
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.279
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.307
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.311
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.315
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.353
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.363
  • §90.365
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.403
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.421
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.425
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.431
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.461
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.467
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.477
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.483
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.493
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.517
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.611
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.617
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.629
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.631
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.635
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.645
  • §90.647
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.658
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.671
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.693
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.711
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.715
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.720
  • §90.721
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.723
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.729
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.735
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.743
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.757
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.771
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.810
  • §90.811
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.813
  • §90.813
  • §90.814
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.816
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.907
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.911
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.912
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.913
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.1015
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.1019
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.1021
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.1023
  • Federal Communications Commission §90.1103

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47 CFR Ch. I (10–1–98 Edition) Pt. 90
appropri ate F AA Regi onal Spectrum
Management Offi ce. Each appl i cati on
must be accompani ed by a statement
showi ng the name of the F AA Regi onal
Offi ce and date noti fi ed. The Commi s-
si on wi l l assi gn the frequency. Nor-
mal l y frequenci es avai l abl e for ai r traf-
fi c control operati ons set forth i n sub-
part E wi l l be assi gned to automati c
weather observati on stati ons and to
automati c termi nal i nformati on sta-
ti ons. When a l i censee has entered i nto
an agreement wi th the F AA to operate
the same stati on as both an automati c
weather observati on stati on and as an
automati c termi nal i nformati on sta-
ti on, the same frequency wi l l be used
i n both modes of operati on.
PART 90—PRIVATE LAND MOBILE
RADIO SERVICES
Subpart A—General Information
Sec.
90.1 Basi s and purpose.
90.5 Other appl i cabl e rul e parts.
90.7 Defi ni ti ons.
Subpart B—Public Safety Radio Pool
90.15 Scope.
90.16 Publ i c Safety Nati onal Pl an.
90.20 Publ i c Safety Pool .
90.22 Pagi ng operati ons.
Subpart C—Industrial/Business Radio Pool
90.31 Scope.
90.33 General el i gi bi l i ty.
90.35 I ndustri al /Busi ness Pool .
Subparts D—E [Reserved]
Subpart F—Radiolocation Service
90.101 Scope.
90.103 Radi ol ocati on Servi ce.
Subpart G—Applications and
Authorizations
90.111 Scope.
90.113 Stati on authori zati on requi red.
90.115 F orei gn government and al i en el i gi -
bi l i ty.
90.117 Appl i cati ons for radi o stati on or
radi o system authori zati ons.
90.119 Appl i cati on forms.
90.121 Canadi an regi strati on.
90.123 F ul l di scl osures.
90.125 Who may si gn appl i cati ons.
90.127 Submi ssi on and fi l i ng of appl i cati ons.
90.129 Suppl emental i nformati on to be rou-
ti nel y submi tted wi th appl i cati ons.
90.131 Amendment or di smi ssal of appl i ca-
ti ons.
90.135 Modi fi cati on of l i cense.
90.137 Appl i cati ons for operati on at tem-
porary l ocati ons.
90.138 Appl i cati ons for i ti nerant fre-
quenci es.
90.139 Commi ssi on processi ng of appl i ca-
ti ons.
90.141 Resubmi tted appl i cati ons.
90.143 Grants of appl i cati ons.
90.145 Speci al temporary authori ty.
90.147 Mai l i ng address furni shed by l i censee.
90.149 L i cense term.
90.151 Requests for wai ver.
90.153 Transfer or assi gnment of stati on au-
thori zati on.
90.155 Ti me i n whi ch stati on must be pl aced
i n operati on.
90.157 Di sconti nuance of stati on operati on.
90.159 Temporary and condi ti onal permi ts.
SPECI AL RUL ES GOVERNI NG F ACI L I TI ES USED
TO PROVI DE COMMERCI AL MOBI L E RADI O
SERVI CES
90.160 Publ i c noti ce.
90.161 Amendment or di smi ssal of appl i ca-
ti ons.
90.162 Agreements to di smi ss appl i cati ons,
amendments, or pl eadi ngs.
90.163 Peti ti ons to deny, responsi ve pl ead-
i ngs.
90.164 Cl assi fi cati on of fi l i ngs as maj or or
mi nor.
90.165 Procedures for mutual l y excl usi ve ap-
pl i cati ons.
90.166 Grants of appl i cati ons.
90.167 Ti me i n whi ch a stati on must com-
mence servi ce.
90.168 Equal empl oyment opportuni ti es.
90.169 Constructi on pri or to grant of appl i -
cati on.
Subpart H—Policies Governing the
Assignment of Frequencies
90.171 Scope.
90.173 Pol i ci es governi ng the assi gnment of
frequenci es.
90.175 F requency coordi nati on requi re-
ments.
90.176 Coordi nator noti fi cati on requi re-
ments on frequenci es bel ow 512 MHz.
90.177 Protecti on of certai n radi o recei vi ng
l ocati ons.
90.179 Shared use of radi o stati ons.
90.185 Mul ti pl e l i censi ng of radi o transmi t-
ti ng equi pment i n the mobi l e radi o serv-
i ce.
90.187 Trunki ng i n the bands between 150
and 512 MHz.
Subpart I—General Technical Standards
90.201 Scope.
90.203 Type acceptance requi red.
90.205 Power and antenna hei ght l i mi ts.
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90.207 Types of emi ssi ons.
90.209 Bandwi dth l i mi tati ons.
90.210 Emi ssi on masks.
90.211 Modul ati on requi rements.
90.212 Provi si ons rel ati ng to the use of
scrambl i ng devi ces and di gi tal voi ce
modul ati on.
90.213 F requency stabi l i ty.
90.214 Transi ent frequency behavi or.
90.215 Transmi tter measurements.
90.217 Exempti on from techni cal standards.
90.219 Use of si gnal boosters.
Subpart J—Non-Voice and Other
Specialized Operations
90.231 Scope.
90.233 Base/mobi l e non-voi ce operati ons.
90.235 Secondary fi xed si gnal i ng operati ons.
90.237 I nteri m provi si ons for operati on of
radi otel epri nter and radi ofacsi mi l e de-
vi ces.
90.238 Tel emetry operati ons.
90.239 [Reserved]
90.241 Radi o cal l box operati ons.
90.242 Travel ers’ i nformati on stati ons.
90.243 Mobi l e rel ay stati ons.
90.245 F i xed rel ay stati ons.
90.247 Mobi l e repeater stati ons.
90.249 Control stati ons.
90.250 Meteor burst communi cati ons.
Subpart K—Standards for Special
Frequencies or Frequency Bands
90.251 Scope.
90.253 Use of frequency 5167.5 kHz.
90.255 [Reserved]
90.257 Assi gnment and use of frequenci es i n
the band 72–76 MHz.
90.259 Assi gnment and use of frequenci es i n
the bands 216–220 MHz and 1427–1435 MHz.
90.261 Assi gnment and use of the fre-
quenci es i n the band 450–470 MHz for
fi xed operati ons.
90.263 Substi tuti on of frequenci es bel ow 25
MHz.
90.264 Di saster communi cati ons between 2
and 10 MHz.
90.265 Assi gnment and use of frequenci es i n
the bands 169–172 MHz and 406–413 MHz.
90.266 L ong di stance communi cati ons on
frequenci es bel ow 25 MHz.
90.267 Assi gnment and use of frequenci es i n
the 450–470 MHz band for l ow-power use.
90.269 Use of frequenci es for sel f-powered ve-
hi cl e detectors.
90.273 Avai l abi l i ty and use of frequenci es i n
the 421–430 MHz band.
90.275 Sel ecti on and assi gnment of fre-
quenci es i n the 421–430 MHz band.
90.279 Power l i mi tati ons appl i cabl e to the
421–430 MHz band.
90.281 Restri cti ons on operati onal fi xed sta-
ti ons i n the 421–430 MHz band.
90.283 [Reserved]
Subpart L—Authorization in the Band 470–
512 MHz (UHF–TV Sharing)
90.301 Scope.
90.303 Avai l abi l i ty of frequenci es.
90.305 L ocati on of stati ons.
90.307 Protecti on cri teri a.
90.309 Tabl es and fi gures.
90.311 F requenci es.
90.313 F requency l oadi ng cri teri a.
90.315 Speci al provi si ons governi ng use of
frequenci es i n the 476–494 MHz band (TV
Channel s 15, 16, 17) i n the Southern L ou-
i si ana-Texas Offshore Zone.
90.317 F i xed anci l l ary si gnal i ng and data
transmi ssi ons.
Subpart M—Intelligent Transportation
Systems Radio Service
90.350 Scope.
90.351 L ocati on and Moni tori ng Servi ce.
90.353 L MS operati ons i n the 902–928 MHz
band.
90.355 L MS operati ons bel ow 512 MHz.
90.357 F requenci es for L MS systems i n the
902–928 MHz band.
90.359 F i el d strength l i mi ts for EA-l i censed
L MS systems.
90.361 I nterference from part 15 and Ama-
teur operati ons.
90.363 Grandfatheri ng provi si ons for exi st-
i ng AVM l i censees.
90.365 Parti ti oned l i censes and
di saggregated spectrum.
Subpart N—Operating Requirements
90.401 Scope.
90.403 General operati ng requi rements.
90.405 Permi ssi bl e communi cati ons.
90.407 Emergency communi cati ons.
90.411 Ci vi l defense communi cati ons.
90.415 Prohi bi ted uses.
90.417 I nterstati on communi cati on.
90.419 Poi nts of communi cati on.
90.421 Operati on of mobi l e uni ts i n vehi cl es
not under the control of the l i censee.
90.423 Operati on on board ai rcraft.
90.425 Stati on i denti fi cati on.
90.427 Precauti ons agai nst unauthori zed op-
erati on.
90.429 Control poi nt and di spatch poi nt re-
qui rements.
90.431 Unattended operati on.
90.433 Operator requi rements.
90.437 Posti ng stati on l i censes.
90.439 I nspecti on of stati ons.
90.441 I nspecti on and mai ntenance of an-
tenna structure marki ng and associ ated
control equi pment.
90.443 Content of stati on records.
90.445 F orm of stati on records.
90.447 Retenti on of stati on records.
90.449 Answers to offi ci al communi cati ons
and noti ces of vi ol ati on.
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Subpart O—Transmitter Control
90.460 Scope.
90.461 Di rect and remote control of trans-
mi tters.
90.463 Transmi tter control poi nts.
90.465 Control of systems of communi ca-
ti on.
90.467 Di spatch poi nts.
90.469 Unattended operati on.
I NTERNAL TRANSMI TTER CONTROL SY STEMS
90.471 Poi nts of operati on i n i nternal trans-
mi tter control systems.
90.473 Operati on of i nternal transmi tter
control systems through l i censed fi xed
control poi nts.
90.475 Operati on of i nternal transmi tter
control systems i n speci al l y equi pped
systems.
I NTERCONNECTED SY STEMS
90.476 I nterconnecti on of fi xed stati ons and
certai n mobi l e stati ons.
90.477 I nterconnected systems.
90.483 Permi ssi bl e methods and requi re-
ments of i nterconnecti ng pri vate and
publ i c systems of communi cati ons.
Subpart P—Paging Operations
90.490 One-way pagi ng operati ons i n the pri -
vate servi ces.
90.492 One-way pagi ng operati ons i n the 806–
824/851–869 MHz and 896–901/935–940 MHz
bands.
90.493 Pagi ng operati ons on excl usi ve chan-
nel s i n the 929–930 MHz band.
90.494 Pagi ng operati ons on shared channel s
i n the 929–930 MHz band.
Subpart Q—Developmental Operation
90.501 Scope.
90.503 El i gi bi l i ty.
90.505 Showi ng requi red.
90.507 L i mi tati ons on use.
90.509 F requenci es avai l abl e for assi gnment.
90.511 I nterference.
90.513 Speci al provi si ons.
90.515 Change or cancel l ati on of authori za-
ti on wi thout heari ng.
90.517 Report of operati on.
Subpart R—Frequency List [Reserved]
Subpart S—Regulations Governing Licens-
ing and Use of Frequencies in the 806–
824, 851–869, 896–901, and 935–940
MHz Bands
90.601 Scope.
APPL I CATI ON F OR AUTHORI ZATI ONS
90.603 El i gi bi l i ty.
90.605 F orms to be used.
90.607 Suppl emental i nformati on to be fur-
ni shed by appl i cants for faci l i ti es under
thi s subpart.
90.609 Speci al l i mi tati ons on amendment of
appl i cati ons for assi gnment or transfer
of authori zati ons for radi o systems above
800 MHz.
POL I CI ES GOVERNI NG THE PROCESSI NG OF AP-
PL I CATI ONS AND THE SEL ECTI ON AND ASSI GN-
MENT OF F REQUENCI ES F OR USE I N THE 806–
824 MHZ, 851–869 MHZ, 896–901 MHZ, AND
935–940 MHZ BANDS
90.611 Processi ng of appl i cati ons.
90.613 F requenci es avai l abl e.
90.615 Spectrum bl ocks avai l abl e i n the
General Category for 800 MHz SMR Gen-
eral Category.
90.617 F requenci es i n the 809.750–824/854.750–
869 MHz, and 896–901/935–940 MHz bands
avai l abl e for trunked or conventi onal
system use i n non-border areas.
90.619 F requenci es avai l abl e for use i n the
U.S./Mexi co and U.S./Canada border
areas.
90.621 Sel ecti on and assi gnment of fre-
quenci es.
90.623 L i mi tati ons on the number of fre-
quenci es assi gnabl e for conventi onal sys-
tems.
90.625 Other cri teri a to be appl i ed i n assi gn-
i ng channel s for use i n conventi onal sys-
tems of communi cati on.
90.627 L i mi tati on on the number of fre-
quency pai rs that may be assi gnabl e for
trunked systems and on the number of
trunked systems.
90.629 Extended i mpl ementati on peri od.
90.631 Trunked systems l oadi ng, construc-
ti on and authori zati on requi rements.
90.633 Conventi onal systems l oadi ng re-
qui rements.
TECHNI CAL REGUL ATI ONS REGARDI NG THE USE
OF F REQUENCI ES I N THE 806–824 MHZ, 851–869
MHZ, 896–901 MHZ, AND 935–940 MHZ BANDS
90.635 L i mi tati ons on power and antenna
hei ght.
90.637 Restri cti ons on operati onal fi xed sta-
ti ons.
90.645 Permi ssi bl e operati ons.
90.647 Stati on i denti fi cati on.
90.651 Suppl emental reports requi red of l i -
censees authori zed under thi s subpart.
90.653 Number of systems authori zed i n a
geographi cal area.
90.655 Speci al l i censi ng requi rements for
Speci al i zed Mobi l e Radi o systems.
90.656 Responsi bi l i ti es of base stati on l i -
censees of Speci al i zed Mobi l e Radi o sys-
tems.
90.657 Temporary permi t.
90.658 L oadi ng data requi red for base sta-
ti on l i censees of trunked Speci al i zed Mo-
bi l e Radi o systems to acqui re addi ti onal
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channel s or to renew trunked systems l i -
censed before J une 1, 1993.
90.659 Change i n number or l ocati on of base
stati ons or transmi tters.
POL I CI ES GOVERNI NG THE L I CENSI NG AND USE
OF MTA-BASED SMR SY STEMS I N THE 896–
901/935–940 MHZ BAND
90.661 MTA-based SMR servi ce areas.
90.663 MTA-based SMR system operati ons.
90.665 Authori zati on, constructi on and i m-
pl ementati on of MTA l i censes.
90.667 Grandfatheri ng provi si ons for i ncum-
bent l i censees.
90.669 Emi ssi on l i mi ts.
90.671 F i el d strength l i mi ts.
POL I CI ES GOVERNI NG THE L I CENSI NG AND USE
OF EA-BASED SMR SY STEMS I N THE 806–821/
851–866 BAND
90.681 EA-based SMR servi ce areas.
90.683 EA-based SMR system operati ons.
90.685 Authori zati on, constructi on and i m-
pl ementati on of EA l i censes.
90.687 Speci al provi si ons regardi ng assi gn-
ments and transfers of authori zati ons for
i ncumbent SMR l i censees i n the 806–821/
851–866 MHz band.
90.689 F i el d strength l i mi ts.
90.691 Emi ssi on mask requi rements for EA-
based systems.
90.693 Grandfatheri ng provi si ons for i ncum-
bent l i censees.
90.699 Transi ti on of the upper 200 channel s
i n the 800 MHz band to EA l i censi ng.
Subpart T—Regulations Governing Licens-
ing and Use of Frequencies in the 220–
222 MHz Band
90.701 Scope.
90.703 El i gi bi l i ty.
90.705 F orms to be used.
90.709 Speci al l i mi tati ons on amendment of
appl i cati ons and on assi gnment or trans-
fer of authori zati ons l i censed under thi s
subpart.
90.711 Processi ng of Phase I I appl i cati ons.
90.713 Entry cri teri a.
90.715 F requenci es avai l abl e.
90.717 Channel s avai l abl e for nati onwi de
systems i n the 220–222 MHz band.
90.719 I ndi vi dual channel s avai l abl e for as-
si gnment i n the 220–222 MHz band.
90.720 Channel s avai l abl e for publ i c safety/
mutual ai d.
90.721 Other channel s avai l abl e for non-na-
ti onwi de systems i n the 220–222 MHz
band.
90.723 Sel ecti on and assi gnment of fre-
quenci es.
90.725 Constructi on requi rements for Phase
I l i censees.
90.727 Extended i mpl ementati on schedul es
for Phase I l i censees.
90.729 L i mi tati ons on power and antenna
hei ght.
90.733 Permi ssi bl e operati ons.
90.735 Stati on i denti fi cati on.
90.737 Suppl emental reports requi red of
Phase I l i censees.
90.739 Number of systems authori zed i n a
geographi cal area.
90.741 Urban areas for Phase I nati onwi de
systems.
90.743 Renewal expectancy.
90.745 Phase I l i censee servi ce areas.
90.751 Mi nor modi fi cati ons of Phase I , non-
nati onwi de l i censes.
90.753 Condi ti ons of l i cense modi fi cati on.
90.755 Procedures for l i cense modi fi cati on.
90.757 Constructi on requi rements.
POL I CI ES GOVERNI NG THE L I CENSI NG AND USE
OF PHASE I I EA, REGI ONAL AND NATI ONWI DE
SY STEMS
90.761 EA and Regi onal l i censes.
90.763 EA, Regi onal and nati onwi de system
operati ons.
90.765 L i censes term for Phase I I l i censes.
90.767 Constructi on and i mpl ementati on of
EA and Regi onal l i censes.
90.769 Constructi on and i mpl ementati on of
Phase I I nati onwi de l i censes.
90.771 F i el d strength l i mi ts.
Subpart U—Competitive Bidding Proce-
dures for 900 MHz Specialized Mobile
Radio Service
90.801 900 MHz SMR subj ect to competi ti ve
bi ddi ng.
90.802 Competi ti ve bi ddi ng desi gn for 900
MHz SMR l i censi ng.
90.803 Competi ti ve bi ddi ng mechani sms.
90.804 Aggregati on of 900 MHz SMR l i censes.
90.805 Wi thdrawal , defaul t and di squal i fi ca-
ti on payments.
90.806 Bi ddi ng appl i cati on (F CC F orm 175
and 175–S Short-form).
90.807 Submi ssi on of upfront payments and
down payments.
90.808 L ong-form appl i cati ons.
90.809 L i cense grant, deni al , defaul t, and
di squal i fi cati on.
90.810 Bi ddi ng credi ts for smal l busi nesses.
90.811 Reduced down payment for l i censes
won by smal l busi nesses.
90.812 I nstal l ment payments for l i censes
won by smal l busi nesses.
90.813 Parti ti oned l i censes and
di saggregated spectrum.
90.814 Defi ni ti ons.
90.815 El i gi bi l i ty for smal l busi ness status.
90.816 Cri teri a for comparati ve 900 MHz
SMR renewal proceedi ngs.
Subpart V—Competitive Bidding Proce-
dures for 800 MHz Specialized Mobile
Radio Service
90.901 800 MHz SMR spectrum subj ect to
competi ti ve bi ddi ng.
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90.902 Competi ti ve bi ddi ng desi gn for 800
MHz SMR l i censi ng.
90.903 Competi ti ve bi ddi ng mechani sms.
90.904 Aggregati on of EA l i censes.
90.905 Wi thdrawal , defaul t and di squal i fi ca-
ti on payments.
90.906 Bi ddi ng appl i cati on (F CC F orm 175
and 175–S Short-form).
90.907 Submi ssi on of upfront payments and
down payments.
90.908 L ong-form appl i cati ons.
90.909 L i cense grant, deni al , defaul t, and
di squal i fi cati on.
90.910 Bi ddi ng credi ts.
90.911 Parti ti oned l i censes and
di saggregated spectrum.
90.912 Defi ni ti ons.
90.913 El i gi bi l i ty for smal l busi ness status.
Subpart W—Competitive Bidding
Procedures for the 220 MHz Service
90.1001 220 MHz servi ce subj ect to competi -
ti ve bi ddi ng.
90.1003 Competi ti ve bi ddi ng desi gn for the
220 MHz servi ce.
90.1005 Competi ti ve bi ddi ng mechani sms.
90.1007 Wi thdrawal , defaul t and di squal i -
fi cati on payments.
90.1009 Bi ddi ng appl i cati on (F CC F orm 175
and 175–S Short-form).
90.1011 Submi ssi on of upfront payments and
down payments.
90.1013 L ong-form appl i cati on (F CC F orm
601).
90.1015 L i cense grant, deni al , defaul t, and
di squal i fi cati on.
90.1017 Bi ddi ng credi ts for smal l busi nesses
and very smal l busi nesses.
90.1019 Parti ti oni ng and di saggregati on.
90.1021 Defi ni ti ons concerni ng competi ti ve
bi ddi ng process.
90.1023 Certi fi cati ons, di scl osures, records
mai ntenance and audi ts.
90.1025 Peti ti ons to deny and l i mi tati ons on
settl ements.
Subpart X—Competitive Bidding Proce-
dures for Location and Monitoring
Service
90.1101 L ocati on and Moni tori ng Servi ce
subj ect to competi ti ve bi ddi ng.
90.1103 Desi gnated enti ti es.
AUTHORI TY : Secs. 4, 251–2, 303, 309, and 332,
48 Stat. 1066, 1082, as amended; 47 U.S.C. 154,
251–2, 303, 309 and 332, unl ess otherwi se noted.
SOURCE: 43 F R 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, unl ess
otherwi se noted.
Subpart A—General Information
§90.1 Basis and purpose.
(a) Basis. The rul es i n thi s part are
promul gated under Ti tl e I I I of the
Communi cati ons Act of 1934, as amend-
ed whi ch vests authori ty i n the F ederal
Communi cati ons Commi ssi on to regu-
l ate radi o transmi ssi on and to i ssue l i -
censes for radi o stati ons. Al l rul es i n
thi s part are i n accordance wi th appl i -
cabl e treati es and agreements to whi ch
the Uni ted States i s a party.
(b) Purpose. Thi s part states the con-
di ti ons under whi ch radi o communi ca-
ti ons systems may be l i censed and used
i n the Publ i c Safety, Speci al Emer-
gency, I ndustri al , L and Transpor-
tati on, and Radi ol ocati on Radi o Serv-
i ces. These rul es do not govern radi o
systems empl oyed by agenci es of the
F ederal Government.
§90.5 Other applicable rule parts.
Other Commi ssi on rul e parts of i m-
portance that may be referred to wi th
respect to l i censi ng and operati ons i n
radi o servi ces governed under thi s part
i ncl ude the fol l owi ng:
(a) Part 0 of the Commi ssi on’s Rul es
descri bes the Commi ssi on’s organi za-
ti on and del egati ons of authori ty. Thi s
part al so l i sts avai l abl e Commi ssi on
publ i cati ons, and standards and proce-
dures for access to Commi ssi on
records, and l ocati on of Commi ssi on
F i el d Offi ces.
(b) Part 1 of thi s chapter i ncl udes
rul es of practi ce and procedure for ap-
pl i cati on si gnature requi rements, adj u-
di catory proceedi ngs i ncl udi ng heari ng
proceedi ngs, and rul e maki ng proceed-
i ngs; procedures for reconsi derati on
and revi ew of the Commi ssi on’s ac-
ti ons; provi si ons concerni ng vi ol ati on
noti ces and forfei ture proceedi ngs; and
the envi ronmental processi ng requi re-
ments that, i f appl i cabl e, must be com-
pl i ed wi th pri or to i ni ti ati ng construc-
ti on.
(c) Part 2 contai ns the tabl e of fre-
quency al l ocati ons and speci al requi re-
ments i n I nternati onal regul ati ons,
agreements, and treati es. Thi s part
al so contai ns standards and procedures
concerni ng marketi ng of radi o fre-
quency devi ces, and for obtai ni ng
equi pment certi fi cati on.
(d) Part 5 contai ns standards and pro-
cedures for obtai ni ng experi mental au-
thori zati ons.
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(e) Part 15 provi des for the operati on
of i nci dental and restri cted radi o fre-
quency devi ces that do not requi re an
i ndi vi dual l i cense.
(f) Part 17 contai ns detai l ed requi re-
ments for constructi on, marki ng, and
l i ghti ng of antenna towers.
(g) Part 18 deal s wi th the operati on
of i ndustri al , sci enti fi c, and medi cal
(I SM) devi ces that are not i ntended for
radi o communi cati on,
(h) Part 20 of thi s chapter contai ns
rul es rel ati ng to commerci al mobi l e
radi o servi ces.
(i ) Part 20 of thi s chapter whi ch gov-
erns commerci al mobi l e radi o servi ce
appl i cabl e to certai n provi ders i n the
fol l owi ng servi ces i n thi s part:
(1) Busi ness radi o servi ce;
(2) Pri vate pagi ng;
(3) L and mobi l e servi ce on 220–222
MHz;
(4) Speci al i zed Mobi l e Radi o Servi ce.
(j ) Part 22 contai ns regul ati ons for
publ i c (common carri er) mobi l e radi o
servi ces.
(k) Part 51 contai ns rul es rel ati ng to
i nterconnecti on.
(l ) Part 68 contai ns techni cal stand-
ards for connecti on of pri vate l and mo-
bi l e radi o equi pment to the publ i c
swi tched tel ephone network.
(m) Part 94 governs l i censi ng and op-
erati on of pri vate operati onal -fi xed
radi o stati ons on frequenci es i n the
mi crowave spectrum above 928 MHz.
[43 F R 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, as amended at 50
F R 39677, Sept. 30, 1985; 55 F R 20398, May 16,
1990; 58 F R 21407, Apr. 21, 1993; 59 F R 18499,
Apr. 19, 1994; 59 F R 59957, Nov. 21, 1994; 61 F R
45635, Aug. 29, 1996; 63 F R 36608, J ul y 7, 1998]
EF F ECTI VE DATE NOTE: At 63 F R 36608,
J ul y 7, 1998, §90.5 was amended i n paragraph
(c) by removi ng the term ‘‘type acceptance
and type approval ’’ and addi ng i n i ts pl ace
‘‘certi fi cati on’’, effecti ve Oct. 5, 1998.
§90.7 Definitions.
Antenna height above average terrain
(AAT). Hei ght of the center of the radi -
ati ng el ement of the antenna above the
average terrai n. (See §90.309(a)(4) for
cal cul ati on method.)
Antenna height above sea level. The
hei ght of the topmost poi nt of the an-
tenna above mean sea l evel .
Antenna structure. Structure on
whi ch an antenna i s mounted.
Assigned frequency. Center of a fre-
quency band assi gned to a stati on.
Assigned frequency band. The fre-
quency band the center of whi ch coi n-
ci des wi th the frequency assi gned to
the stati on and the wi dth of whi ch
equal s the necessary bandwi dth pl us
twi ce the absol ute val ue of the fre-
quency tol erance.
Authorized bandwidth. The frequency
band, speci fi ed i n ki l ohertz and cen-
tered on the carri er frequency contai n-
i ng those frequenci es upon whi ch a
total of 99 percent of the radi ated
power appears, extended to i ncl ude any
di screte frequency upon whi ch the
power i s at l east 0.25 percent of the
total radi ated power.
Automobile emergency licensee. Persons
regul arl y engaged i n any of the fol l ow-
i ng acti vi ti es who operate radi o sta-
ti ons for transmi ssi on of communi ca-
ti ons requi red for di spatchi ng repai r
trucks, tow trucks, or other road serv-
i ce vehi cl es to di sabl ed vehi cl es:
(1) The operati on of a pri vate emer-
gency road servi ce for di sabl ed vehi cl es
by associ ati ons of owners of pri vate
automobi l es; or
(2) The busi ness of provi di ng to the
general publ i c an emergency road serv-
i ce for di sabl ed vehi cl es.
Average terrain. The average el e-
vati on of terrai n between 3.2 and 16 km
(2 and 10 mi l es) from the antenna si te.
Base station. A stati on at a speci fi ed
si te authori zed to communi cate wi th
mobi l e stati ons.
Basic trading areas. Servi ce areas that
are based on the Rand McNal l y 1992
Commercial Atlas & Marketing Guide,
123rd Edi ti on, at pages 38–39, wi th the
fol l owi ng addi ti ons l i censed separatel y
as BTA-l i ke areas: Ameri can Samoa;
Guam, Northern Mari ana I sl ands; Ma-
yaguez/Aguadi l l a-Ponce, Puerto Ri co;
San J uan, Puerto Ri co; and the Uni ted
States Vi rgi n I sl ands. The Mayaguez/
Aguadi l l a-Ponce BTA-l i ke servi ce area
consi sts of the fol l owi ng muni ci pi os:
Adj untas, Aguada, Aguadi l l a, Anasco,
Arroyo, Cabo Roj o, Coamo, Guani ca,
Guayama, Guayani l l a, Hormi gueros,
I sabel a, J ayuya, J uana Di az, L aj as,
L as Mari as, Mari cao, Maunabo, Maya-
guez, Moca, Pati l l as, Penuel as, Ponce,
Quebradi l l as, Ri ncon, Sabana Grande,
Sal i nas, San German, Santa I sabel ,
Vi l l al ba, and Y auco. The San J uan
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BTA-l i ke servi ce area consi sts of al l
other muni ci pi os i n Puerto Ri co.
Carrier frequency. The frequency of an
unmodul ated el ectromagneti c wave.
Channel loading. The number of mo-
bi l e transmi tters authori zed to operate
on a parti cul ar channel wi thi n the
same servi ce area.
Control point. Any pl ace from whi ch a
transmi tter’s functi ons may be con-
trol l ed.
Control station. An Operati onal F i xed
Stati on, the transmi ssi ons of whi ch are
used to control automati cal l y the
emi ssi ons or operati on of another radi o
stati on at a speci fi ed l ocati on.
Conventional radio system. A method
of operati on i n whi ch one or more radi o
frequency channel s are assi gned to mo-
bi l e and base stati ons but are not em-
pl oyed as a trunked group. An ‘‘urban-
conventi onal system’’ i s one whose
transmi tter si te i s l ocated wi thi n 24
km (15 mi l es) of the geographi c center
of any of the fi rst 50 urbani zed areas
(ranked by popul ati on) of the Uni ted
States. A ‘‘sub-urban-conventi onal sys-
tem’’ i s one whose transmi tter si te i s
l ocated more than 24 km (15 mi l es)
from the geographi c center of the fi rst
50 urbani zed areas. See Tabl e 21, Rank
of Urbani zed Areas i n the Uni ted
States by Popul ati on, page 1–87, U.S.
Census (1970); and tabl e 1 of §90.635.
Developmental operation. A speci al l y
l i censed operati on for the purpose of
testi ng concepts i n the use of radi o ap-
propri ate to the radi o servi ces gov-
erned by thi s part.
Dispatch point. Any pl ace from whi ch
radi o messages can be ori gi nated under
the supervi si on of a control poi nt.
EA-based or EA license. A l i cense au-
thori zi ng the ri ght to use a speci fi ed
bl ock of SMR or L MS spectrum wi thi n
one of the 175 Economi c Areas (EAs) as
defi ned by the Department of Com-
merce Bureau of Economi c Anal ysi s.
The EA L i sti ngs and the EA Map are
avai l abl e for publ i c i nspecti on at the
Wi rel ess Tel ecommuni cati ons Bureau’s
publ i c reference room, Room 5608, 2025
M Street, NW, Washi ngton, DC 20554
and Offi ce of Operati ons— Gettysburg,
1270 F ai rfi el d Road, Gettysburg, PA
17325.
Economic Areas (EAs). A total of 175
l i censi ng regi ons based on the Uni ted
States Department of Commerce Bu-
reau of Economi c Anal ysi s Economi c
Areas defi ned as of F ebruary 1995, wi th
the fol l owi ng excepti ons:
(1) Guam and Northern Mari ana I s-
l ands are l i censed as a si ngl e EA-l i ke
area (i denti fi ed as EA 173 i n the 220
MHz Servi ce);
(2) Puerto Ri co and the U.S. Vi rgi n
I sl ands are l i censed as a si ngl e EA-l i ke
area (i denti fi ed as EA 174 i n the 220
MHz Servi ce); and
(3) Ameri can Samoa i s l i censed as a
si ngl e EA-l i ke area (i denti fi ed as EA
175 i n the 220 MHz Servi ce).
Effective radiated power (ERP). The
power suppl i ed to an antenna mul ti -
pl i ed by the rel ati ve gai n of the an-
tenna i n a gi ven di recti on.
Emergency medical licensee. Persons or
enti ti es engaged i n the provi si on of
basi c or advanced l i fe support servi ces
on an ongoi ng basi s that operate radi o
stati ons for transmi ssi on of commu-
ni cati ons essenti al for the del i very or
rendi ti on of emergency medi cal serv-
i ces for the provi si on of basi c or ad-
vanced l i fe support.
Film and video production licensee.
Persons pri mari l y engaged i n or pro-
vi di ng di rect techni cal support to the
producti on, vi deotapi ng, or fi l mi ng of
moti on pi ctures or tel evi si on pro-
grams, such as movi es, programs, news
programs, speci al events, educati onal
programs, or trai ni ng fi l ms, regardl ess
of whether the producti ons are pre-
pared pri mari l y for fi nal exhi bi ti on at
theatri cal outl ets or on tel evi si on or
for di stri buti on through other mass
communi cati ons outl ets.
Fire licensee. Any terri tory, posses-
si on, state, ci ty, county, town, or si mi -
l ar governmental enti ty, and persons
or organi zati ons charged wi th speci fi c
fi re protecti on acti vi ti es that operate
radi o stati ons for transmi ssi on of com-
muni cati ons essenti al to offi ci al fi re
acti vi ti es.
Fixed relay station. A stati on at a
speci fi ed si te used to communi cate
wi th another stati on at another speci -
fi ed si te.
Forest products licensee. Persons pri -
mari l y engaged i n tree l oggi ng, tree
farmi ng, or rel ated woods operati ons,
i ncl udi ng rel ated haul i ng acti vi ti es, i f
the haul i ng acti vi ti es are performed
under contract to, and excl usi vel y for,
persons engaged i n woods operati ons or
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engaged i n manufacturi ng l umber, pl y-
wood, hardboard, or pul p and paper
products from wood fi ber.
Forward links. Transmi ssi ons i n the
frequency bands speci fi ed i n §90.357(a)
and used to control and i nterrogate the
mobi l e uni ts to be l ocated by
mul ti l aterati on L MS systems.
Frequency coordination. The process of
obtai ni ng the recommendati on of a fre-
quency coordi nator for a frequency(i es)
that wi l l most effecti vel y meet the ap-
pl i cant’s needs whi l e mi ni mi zi ng i nter-
ference t l i censees al ready operati ng
wi thi n a gi ven frequency band.
Frequency coordinator. An enti ty or
organi zati on that has been certi fi ed by
the Commi ssi on to recommend fre-
quenci es for use by l i censees i n the Pri -
vate L and Mobi l e Radi o Servi ces.
Geographic center. The geographi c
center of an urbani zed area i s defi ned
by the coordi nates gi ven at tabl e 1 of
§90.635.
Geophysical telemetry. Tel emetry i n-
vol vi ng the si mul taneous transmi ssi on
of sei smi c data from numerous l oca-
ti ons to a central recei ver and di gi tal
recordi ng uni t.
Harmful interference. F or the purposes
of resol vi ng confl i cts between stati ons
operati ng under thi s part, any emi s-
si on, radi ati on, or i nducti on whi ch spe-
ci fi cal l y degrades, obstructs, or i nter-
rupts the servi ce provi ded by such sta-
ti ons.
I nterconnection. Connecti on through
automati c or manual means of pri vate
l and mobi l e radi o stati ons wi th the fa-
ci l i ti es of the publ i c swi tched tel e-
phone network to permi t the trans-
mi ssi on of messages or si gnal s between
poi nts i n the wi rel i ne or radi o network
of a publ i c tel ephone company and per-
sons served by pri vate l and mobi l e
radi o stati ons. Wi rel i ne or radi o ci r-
cui ts or l i nks furni shed by common
carri ers, whi ch are used by l i censees or
other authori zed persons for transmi t-
ter control (i ncl udi ng di al -up transmi t-
ter control ci rcui ts) or as an i ntegral
part of an authori zed, pri vate, i nternal
system of communi cati on or as an i n-
tegral part of di spatch poi nt ci rcui ts i n
a pri vate l and mobi l e radi o stati on are
not consi dered to be i nterconnecti on
for purposes of thi s rul e part.
I nternal system. An i nternal system of
communi cati on i s one i n whi ch al l
messages are transmi tted between the
fi xed operati ng posi ti ons l ocated on
premi ses control l ed by the l i censee and
the associ ated mobi l e stati ons or pag-
i ng recei vers of the l i censee. (See sub-
part O).
I tinerant operation. Operati on of a
radi o stati on at unspeci fi ed l ocati ons
for varyi ng peri ods of ti me.
L and mobile radio service. A mobi l e
servi ce between base stati ons and l and
mobi l e stati ons, or between l and mo-
bi l e stati ons.
L and mobile radio system. A regul arl y
i nteracti ng group of base, mobi l e and
associ ated control and fi xed rel ay sta-
ti ons i ntended to provi de l and mobi l e
radi o communi cati ons servi ce over a
si ngl e area of operati on.
L and station. A stati on i n the mobi l e
servi ce not i ntended to be used whi l e i n
moti on. [As used i n thi s part, the term
may be used to descri be a base, control ,
fi xed, operati onal fi xed or fi xed rel ay
stati on, or any such stati on authori zed
to operate i n the ‘‘temporary’’ mode.]
L ine A. An i magi nary l i ne wi thi n the
U.S., approxi matel y paral l el i ng the
U.S.-Canadi an border, north of whi ch
Commi ssi on coordi nati on wi th Cana-
di an authori ti es i n the assi gnment of
frequenci es i s general l y requi red. I t be-
gi ns at Aberdeen, Washi ngton, runni ng
by great ci rcl e arc to the i ntersecti on
of 48° N., 120° W., then al ong paral l el 48°
N., to the i ntersecti on of 95° W., thence
by great ci rcl e arc through the south-
ern most poi nt of Dul uth, Mi nn.,
thence by great ci rcl e arc to 45° N., 85°
W., thence souuthward al ong meri di an
85° W., to i ts i ntersecti on wi th paral l el
41° N., thence al ong paral l el 41° N. to
i ts i ntersecti on wi th meri di an . . . 82°
W., thence by great ci rcl e arc through
the southernmost poi nt of Bangor,
Mai ne, thence by great ci rcl e arc
through the southernmost poi nt of
Searsport, Mai ne, at whi ch poi nt i t ter-
mi nates.
L ine C. An i magi nary l i ne i n Al aska
approxi matel y paral l el i ng the border
wi th Canada, East of whi ch Commi s-
si on coordi nati on wi th Canadi an au-
thori ti es i n the assi gnment of fre-
quenci es i s general l y requi red. I t be-
gi ns at the i ntersecti on of 70° N., 144°
W., thence by great ci rcl e arc to the
i ntersecti on of 60° N., 143° W., thence
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by great ci rcl e arc so as to i ncl ude al l
the Al askan Panhandl e.
L ocation and Monitoring Service
(L MS). The use of non-voi ce si gnal i ng
methods to l ocate or moni tor mobi l e
radi o uni ts. L MS systems may trans-
mi t and recei ve voi ce and nonvoi ce sta-
tus and i nstructi onal i nformati on re-
l ated to such uni ts.
Major trading areas. Servi ce areas
based on the Rand McNal l y 1992 Com-
mercial Atlas & Marketing Guide, 123rd
Edi ti on, at pages 38–39, wi th the fol l ow-
i ng excepti ons and addi ti ons:
(a) Al aska i s separated from the Se-
attl e MTA and i s l i censed separatel y.
(b) Guam and the Northern Mari ana
I sl ands are l i censed as a si ngl e MTA-
l i ke area.
(c) Puerto Ri co and the Uni ted States
Vi rgi n I sl ands are l i censed as a si ngl e
MTA-l i ke area.
(d) Ameri can Samoa i s l i censed as a
si ngl e MTA-l i ke area.
Manufacturers licensee. Persons pri -
mari l y engaged i n any of the fol l owi ng
manufacturi ng acti vi ti es:
(1) The mechani cal or chemi cal
transformati on of substances i nto new
products wi thi n such establ i shments as
pl ants, factori es, shi pyards, or mi l l s
whi ch empl oy, i n that process,
powerdri ven machi nes and materi al s-
handl i ng equi pment;
(2) The assembl y of components of
manufactured products wi thi n such es-
tabl i shments as pl ants, factori es, shi p-
yards, or mi l l s where the new product
i s nei ther a new structure nor other
fi xed i mprovement. Establ i shments
pri mari l y engaged i n the whol esal e or
retai l trade, or i n servi ce acti vi ti es,
even though they fabri cate or assembl e
any or al l the products or commodi ti es
handl ed, are not i ncl uded i n thi s cat-
egory; or
(3) The provi di ng of supporti ng serv-
i ces or materi al s by a corporati on to
i ts parent corporati on, to another sub-
si di ary of i ts parent or to i ts own sub-
si di ary, where such supporti ng servi ces
or materi al s are di rectl y rel ated to
those regul ar acti vi ti es of such parent
or subsi di ary whi ch are el i gi bl e under
paragraphs (1) or (2) of thi s defi ni ti on.
Meteor burst communications. Commu-
ni cati ons by the propagati on of radi o
si gnal s refl ected off i oni zed meteor
trai l s.
Mobile relay station. A base stati on i n
the mobi l e servi ce authori zed to re-
transmi t automati cal l y on a mobi l e
servi ce frequency communi cati ons
whi ch ori gi nate on the transmi tti ng
frequency of the mobi l e stati on.
Mobile repeater station. A mobi l e sta-
ti on authori zed to retransmi t auto-
mati cal l y on a mobi l e servi ce fre-
quency, communi cati ons to or from
hand-carri ed transmi tters.
Mobile service. A servi ce of radi o-
communi cati on between mobi l e and
base stati ons, or between mobi l e sta-
ti ons.
Mobile station. A stati on i n the mo-
bi l e servi ce i ntended to be used whi l e
i n moti on or duri ng hal ts at unspec-
i fi ed poi nts. Thi s i ncl udes hand carri ed
transmi tters.
Motor carrier licensee. Persons pri -
mari l y engaged i n provi di ng a common
or contract motor carri er transpor-
tati on servi ce i n any of the fol l owi ng
acti vi ti es: Provi ded, however, that
motor vehi cl es used as taxi cabs, l i very
vehi cl es, or school buses, and motor ve-
hi cl es used for si ghtseei ng or speci al
charter purposes, shal l not be i ncl uded
wi thi n the meani ng of thi s term. F or
purposes of thi s defi ni ti on, an urban
area i s defi ned as bei ng one or more
conti guous, i ncorporated or uni ncor-
porated ci ti es, boroughs, towns, or vi l -
l ages, havi ng an aggregate popul ati on
of 2,500 or more persons.
(1) The transportati on of passengers
between urban areas;
(2) The transportati on of property be-
tween urban areas;
(3) The transportati on of passengers
wi thi n a si ngl e urban area; or
(4) The transportati on, l ocal di stri bu-
ti on or col l ecti on of property wi thi n a
si ngl e urban area.
MTA-based license or MTA license. A
l i cense authori zi ng the ri ght to use a
speci fi ed bl ock of SMR spectrum wi th-
i n one of the 51 Maj or Tradi ng Areas
(‘‘MTAs’’), as embodi ed i n Rand
McNal l y’s Tradi ng Area System MTA
Di skette and geographi cal l y rep-
resented i n the map contai ned i n Rand
McNal l y’s Commerci al Atl as & Mar-
keti ng Gui de (the ‘‘MTA Map.’’) The
MTA L i sti ngs, the MTA Map and the
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Federal Communications Commission §90.7
Rand McNal l y/AMTA l i cense agree-
ment are avai l abl e for publ i c i nspec-
ti on at the Wi rel ess Tel ecommuni -
cati ons Bureau’s publ i c reference room,
Room 628, 1919 M Street NW., Washi ng-
ton, DC 20554.
Multilateration L MS system. A system
that i s desi gned to l ocate vehi cl es or
other obj ects by measuri ng the di f-
ference of ti me of arri val , or di fference
i n phase, of si gnal s transmi tted from a
uni t to a number of fi xed poi nts or
from a number of fi xed poi nts to the
uni t to be l ocated.
Navigable waters. Thi s term, as used
i n reference to waters of the Uni ted
States, i ts terri tori es and possessi ons,
means the waters shoreward of the
basel i ne of i ts terri tori al sea and i nter-
nal waters as contai ned i n 33 CF R 2.05–
25.
900 MHz SMR MTA-based license or
MTA license. A l i cense authori zi ng the
ri ght to use a speci fi ed bl ock of 900
MHz SMR spectrum wi thi n one of the
47 Maj or Tradi ng Areas (‘‘MTAs’’), as
embodi ed i n Rand McNal l y’s Tradi ng
Areas System MTA Di skette and geo-
graphi cal l y represented i n the map
contai ned i n Rand McNal l y’s Commer-
ci al Atl as & Marketi ng Gui de (the
‘‘MTA Map’’), wi th the fol l owi ng excep-
ti ons and addi ti ons:
(1) Al aska i s separated from the Se-
attl e MTA and i s l i censed separatel y.
(2) Guam and the Northern Mari ana
I sl ands are l i censed as a si ngl e MTA-
l i ke area.
(3) Puerto Ri co and the Uni ted States
Vi rgi n I sl ands are l i censed as a si ngl e
MTA-l i ke area.
(4) Ameri can Samoa i s l i censed as a
si ngl e MTA-l i ke area.
The MTA map i s avai l abl e for publ i c
i nspecti on i n the Offi ce of Engi neeri ng
and Technol ogy’s Techni cal I nforma-
ti on Center, room 7317, 2025 M Street
NW., Washi ngton, DC.
Non-multilateration L MS System. A
system that empl oys any of a number
of non-mul ti l aterati on technol ogi es to
transmi t i nformati on to and/or from
vehi cul ar uni ts.
Operational fixed station. A fi xed sta-
ti on, not open to publ i c correspond-
ence, operated by, and for the sol e use
of those agenci es operati ng thei r own
radi ocommuni cati on faci l i ti es i n the
Publ i c Safety, I ndustri al , L and Trans-
portati on, Mari ne, or Avi ati on Radi o
Servi ces. (Thi s i ncl udes al l stati ons i n
the fi xed servi ce under thi s part.)
Output power. The radi o frequency
output power of a transmi tter’s fi nal
radi o frequency stage as measured at
the output termi nal whi l e connected to
a l oad of the i mpedance recommended
by the manufacturer.
Paging. A one-way communi cati ons
servi ce from a base stati on to mobi l e
or fi xed recei vers that provi de si gnal -
i ng or i nformati on transfer by such
means as tone, tone-voi ce, tacti l e, op-
ti cal readout, etc.
Person. An i ndi vi dual , partnershi p,
associ ati on, j oi nt stock company, trust
or corporati on.
Petroleum licensee. Persons pri mari l y
engaged i n prospecti ng for, produci ng,
col l ecti ng, refi ni ng, or transporti ng by
means of pi pel i ne, petrol eum or petro-
l eum products (i ncl udi ng natural gas).
Police licensee. Any terri tory, posses-
si on, state, ci ty, county, town, or si mi -
l ar governmental enti ty i ncl udi ng a
governmental i nsti tuti on authori zed
by l aw to provi de i ts own pol i ce protec-
ti on that operate radi o stati ons for
transmi ssi on of communi cati ons essen-
ti al to offi ci al pol i ce acti vi ti es.
Power licensee. Persons pri mari l y en-
gaged i n any of the fol l owi ng acti vi -
ti es:
(1) The generati on, transmi ssi on, or
di stri buti on of el ectri cal energy for use
by the general publ i c or by the mem-
bers of a cooperati ve organi zati on;
(2) The di stri buti on of manufactured
or natural gas by means of pi pe l i ne,
for use by the general publ i c or by the
members of a cooperati ve organi zati on,
or, i n a combi nati on of that acti vi ty
wi th the producti on, transmi ssi on or
storage of manufactured or natural gas
preparatory to such di stri buti on;
(3) The di stri buti on of steam by
means of pi pel i ne or, of water by means
of pi pel i ne, canal , or open di tch, for use
by the general publ i c or by the mem-
bers of a cooperati ve organi zati on, or
i n a combi nati on of that acti vi ty wi th
the col l ecti on, transmi ssi on, storage,
or puri fi cati on of water or the genera-
ti on of steam preparatory to such di s-
tri buti on; or
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(4) The provi di ng of a supporti ng
servi ce by a corporati on di rectl y rel at-
ed to acti vi ti es of i ts parent corpora-
ti on, of another subsi di ary of the same
parent, or of i ts own subsi di ary, where
the party served i s regul arl y engaged
i n any of the acti vi ti es set forth i n thi s
defi ni ti on.
Private carrier. An enti ty l i censed i n
the pri vate servi ces and authori zed to
provi de communi cati ons servi ce to
other pri vate servi ces on a commerci al
basi s.
Radio call box. A transmi tter used by
the publ i c to request fi re, pol i ce, medi -
cal , road servi ce, or other emergency
assi stance.
Radiodetermination. The determi na-
ti on of posi ti on, or the obtai ni ng of i n-
formati on rel ati ng to posi ti on, by
means of the propagati on of radi o
waves.
Radiofacsimile. A system of radi o-
communi cati on for the transmi ssi on of
fi xed i mages, wi th or wi thout hal f-
tones, wi th a vi ew to thei r reproduc-
ti on i n a permanent form.
Radiolocation. Radi odetermi nati on
used for purposes other than those of
radi onavi gati on.
Radionavigation. Radi odetermi nati on
used for the purposes of navi gati on, i n-
cl udi ng obstructi on warni ng.
Radio teleprinting. Radi o trans-
mi ssi ons to a pri nti ng tel egraphi c i n-
strument havi ng a si gnal -actuated
mechani sm for automati cal l y pri nti ng
recei ved messages.
Railroad licensee. Rai l road common
carri ers whi ch are regul arl y engaged i n
the transportati on of passengers or
property when such passengers or prop-
erty are transported over al l or part of
thei r route by rai l road.
Regional Economic Area Groupings
(REAGs). The si x geographi c areas for
Regi onal l i censi ng i n the 220–222 MHz
band, based on the Uni ted States De-
partment of Commerce Bureau of Eco-
nomi c Anal ysi s Economi c Areas (see 60
F R 13114 (March 10, 1995)) defi ned as of
F ebruary 1995, and speci fi ed as fol l ows:
REAG 1 (Northeast): REAG 1 consi sts
of the fol l owi ng EAs: EA 001 (Bangor,
ME) through EA 011 (Harri sburg-L eb-
anon-Carl i sl e, PA); and EA 054 (Eri e,
PA).
REAG 2 (Mi d-Atl anti c): REAG 2 con-
si sts of the fol l owi ng EAs: EA 012
(Phi l adel phi a-Wi l mi ngton-Atl anti c
Ci ty, PA–NJ –DE–MD) through EA 026
(Charl eston-North Charl eston, SC); EA
041 (Greenvi l l e-Spartanburg-Anderson,
SC–NC); EA 042 (Ashevi l l e, NC); EA 044
(Knoxvi l l e, TN) through EA 053 (Pi tts-
burgh, PA–WV); and EA 070 (L oui svi l l e,
KY –I N).
REAG 3 (Southeast): REAG 3 consi sts
of the fol l owi ng EAs: EA 027 (Augusta-
Ai ken, GA–SC) through EA 040 (At-
l anta, GA–AL –NC); EA 043 (Chat-
tanooga, TN–GA); EA 069 (Evansvi l l e–
Henderson, I N–KY –I L ); EA 071 (Nash-
vi l l e, TN–KY ) through EA 086 (L ake
Charl es, L A); EA 088 (Shreveport-Bos-
si er Ci ty, L A–AR) through EA 090 (L i t-
tl e Rock-North L i ttl e Rock, AR); EA
095 (J onesboro, AR–MO); EA 096 (St.
L oui s, MO–I L ); and EA 174 (Puerto Ri co
and the U.S. Vi rgi n I sl ands).
REAG 4 (Great L akes): REAG 4 con-
si sts of the fol l owi ng EAs: EA 055
Cl evel and-Akron, OH–PA) through EA
068 (Champai gn-Urbana, I L ); EA 097
(Spri ngfi el d, I L –MO); and EA 100 (Des
Moi nes, I A–I L –MO) through EA 109
(Dul uth-Superi or, MN–WI ).
REAG 5 (Central /Mountai n): REAG 5
consi sts of the fol l owi ng EAs: EA 087
(Beaumont-Port Arthur, TX); EA 091
(F orth Smi th, AR–OK) through EA 094
(Spri ngfi el d, MO); EA 098 (Col umbi a,
MO); EA 099 (Kansas Ci ty, MO–KS); EA
110 (Grand F orks, ND–MN) through EA
146 (Mi ssoul a, MT); EA 148 (I daho F al l s,
I D–WY ); EA 149 (Twi n F al l s, I D); EA 152
(Sal t L ake Ci ty-Ogden, UT–I D); and EA
154 (F l agstaff, AZ–UT) through EA 159
(Tucson, AZ).
REAG 6 (Paci fi c): REAG 6 consi sts of
the fol l owi ng EAs: EA 147 (Spokane,
WA–I D); EA 150 (Boi se Ci ty, I D–OR);
EA 151 (Reno, NV–CA); EA 153 (L as
Vegas, NV–AZ–UT); EA 160 (L os Ange-
l es-Ri versi de-Orange County, CA–AZ)
through EA 173 (Guam and the North-
ern Mari ana I sl ands); and EA 175
(Ameri can Samoa).
Regional license. A l i cense authori zi ng
the ri ght to use a speci fi ed bl ock of
220–222 MHz spectrum wi thi n one of si x
Regi onal Economi c Area Groupi ngs
(REAGs).
Relay press licensee. Persons pri mari l y
engaged i n the publ i cati on of a news-
paper or i n the operati on of an estab-
l i shed press associ ati on.
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Secondary operation. Radi o commu-
ni cati ons whi ch may not cause i nter-
ference to operati ons authori zed on a
pri mary basi s and whi ch are not pro-
tected from i nterference from those
pri mary operati ons.
Signal booster. A devi ce at a fi xed l o-
cati on whi ch automati cal l y recei ves,
ampl i fi es, and retransmi ts on a one-
way or two-way basi s, the si gnal s re-
cei ved from base, fi xed, mobi l e, and
portabl e stati ons, wi th no change i n
frequency or authori zed bandwi dth. A
si gnal booster may be ei ther
narrowband (Cl ass A), i n whi ch case
the booster ampl i fi es onl y those di s-
crete frequenci es i ntended to be re-
transmi tted, or broadband (Cl ass B), i n
whi ch case al l si gnal s wi thi n the
passband of the si gnal booster fi l ter are
ampl i fi ed.
Special industrial licensee. Persons reg-
ul arl y engaged i n any of the fol l owi ng
acti vi ti es:
(1) The operati on of farms, ranches,
or si mi l ar l and areas, for the quanti ty
producti on of crops or pl ants; vi nes or
trees (excl udi ng forestry operati ons);
or for the keepi ng, grazi ng or feedi ng of
l i vestock for ani mal products, ani mal
i ncrease, or val ue enhancement;
(2) Pl owi ng, soi l condi ti oni ng, seed-
i ng, ferti l i zi ng, or harvesti ng for agri -
cul tural acti vi ti es;
(3) Sprayi ng or dusti ng of i nsecti -
ci des, herbi ci des, or fungi ci des, i n
areas other than encl osed structures;
(4) L i vestock breedi ng servi ce;
(5) The operati on of a commerci al
busi ness regul arl y engaged i n the con-
structi on of roads, bri dges, sewer sys-
tems, pi pel i nes, ai rfi el ds, or water, oi l ,
gas, or power producti on, col l ecti on, or
di stri buti on systems. The constructi on
of bui l di ngs i s not i ncl uded i n thi s cat-
egory;
(6) The operati on of mi nes for the re-
covery of sol i d fuel s, mi neral s, metal ,
rock, sand and gravel from the earth or
the sea, i ncl udi ng the expl orati on for
and devel opment of mi ni ng properti es;
(7) Mai ntai ni ng, patrol l i ng or repai r-
i ng gas or l i qui d transmi ssi on pi pe-
l i nes, tank cars, water or waste di s-
posal wel l s, i ndustri al storage tanks,
or di stri buti on systems of publ i c uti l i -
ti es;
(8) Aci di zi ng, cementi ng, l oggi ng,
perforati ng, or shooti ng acti vi ti es, and
servi ces of a si mi l ar nature i nci dent to
the dri l l i ng of new oi l or gas wel l s, or
the mai ntenance of producti on from es-
tabl i shed wel l s;
(9) Suppl yi ng chemi cal s, mud, tool s,
pi pe, and other materi al s or equi pment
uni que to the petrol eum and gas pro-
ducti on i ndustry, as the pri mary acti v-
i ty of the appl i cant i f del i very, i nstal -
l ati on or appl i cati on of these materi al s
requi res the use of speci fi cal l y fi tted
conveyances;
(10) The del i very of i ce or fuel to the
consumer for heati ng, l i ghti ng, refri g-
erati on or power generati on purposes,
by means other than pi pel i nes or rai l -
roads when such products are not to be
resol d fol l owi ng thei r del i very; or
(11) The del i very and pouri ng of
ready mi xed concrete or hot asphal t
mi x.
Specialized Mobile Radio system. A
radi o system i n whi ch l i censees provi de
l and mobi l e communi cati ons servi ces
(other than radi ol ocati on servi ces) i n
the 800 MHz and 900 MHz bands on a
commerci al basi s to enti ti es el i gi bl e to
be l i censed under thi s part, F ederal
Government enti ti es, and i ndi vi dual s.
SMSA (Standard Metropolitan Statis-
tical Area). A ci ty of 50,000 or more pop-
ul ati on and the surroundi ng counti es.
Station authorization. A l i cense i ssued
by the Commi ssi on for the operati on of
a radi o stati on.
Taxicab licensee. Persons regul arl y
engaged i n furni shi ng to the publ i c for
hi re a nonschedul ed passenger l and
transportati on servi ce (whi ch may al so
i ncl ude the occasi onal transport of
smal l i tems of property) not operated
over a regul ar route or between estab-
l i shed termi nal s.
Telecommand. The transmi ssi on of
non voi ce si gnal s for the purpose of re-
motel y control l i ng a devi ce.
Telemetering (also telemetry). The
transmi ssi on of non-voi ce si gnal s for
the purpose of automati cal l y i ndi cat-
i ng or recordi ng measurements at a
di stance from the measuri ng i nstru-
ment.
Telephone maintenance licensee. Com-
muni cati ons common carri ers engaged
i n the provi si on of l andl i ne l ocal ex-
change tel ephone servi ce, or i nter-
exchange communi cati ons servi ce, or
who provi de wi re-tel egraph servi ce, and
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radi o communi cati ons common car-
ri ers authori zed i n the Poi nt-to-Poi nt
Mi crowave Radi o Servi ce under part 21
of thi s chapter. Resel l ers that do not
own or control transmi ssi on faci l i ti es
i s not i ncl uded i n thi s category.
Travelers’ information station. A base
stati on i n the L ocal Government Radi o
Servi ce used to transmi t non-commer-
ci al , voi ce i nformati on pertai ni ng to
traffi c and road condi ti ons, traffi c haz-
ard and travel er advi sori es, di recti ons,
avai l abi l i ty of l odgi ng, rest stops, and
servi ce stati ons, and descri pti ons of
l ocal poi nts of i nterest.
Trunk (telephony). A one or two-way
channel provi ded as a common traffi c
artery between swi tchi ng equi pment.
Trunk group. Al l of the trunks of a
gi ven type of characteri sti c that ex-
tend between two swi tchi ng poi nts.
Trunked radio system. A method of op-
erati on i n whi ch a number of radi o fre-
quency channel pai rs are assi gned to
mobi l e and base stati ons i n the system
for use as a trunk group.
220 MHz service. The radi o servi ce for
the l i censi ng of frequenci es i n the 220–
222 MHz band.
Urbanized area. A ci ty and the sur-
roundi ng cl osel y settl ed terri tori es.
[43 F R 54791, Nov. 22, 1978]
EDI TORI AL NOTE: F or F EDERAL REGI STER ci -
tati ons affecti ng §90.7, see the L i st of CF R
Secti ons Affected i n the F i ndi ng Ai ds sec-
ti on of thi s vol ume.
Subpart B—Public Safety Radio
Pool
SOURCE: 62 F R 18845, Apr. 17, 1997, unl ess
otherwi se noted.
§90.15 Scope.
The Publ i c Safety Radi o Pool covers
the l i censi ng of the radi o communi ca-
ti ons of governmental enti ti es and the
fol l owi ng category of acti vi ti es: Medi -
cal servi ces, rescue organi zati ons, vet-
eri nari ans, persons wi th di sabi l i ti es,
di saster rel i ef organi zati ons, school
buses, beach patrol s, establ i shments i n
i sol ated pl aces, communi cati ons stand-
by faci l i ti es, and emergency repai r of
publ i c communi cati ons faci l i ti es. Enti -
ti es not meeti ng these el i gi bi l i ty cri -
teri a may al so be l i censed i n the Publ i c
Safety Radi o Pool sol el y to provi de
servi ce to el i gi bl es on one-way pagi ng-
onl y frequenci es bel ow 800 MHz, i.e.,
those frequenci es wi th the assi gnment
l i mi tati ons appeari ng at §90.20(d)(13) or
(d)(60). Pri vate carri er systems l i censed
on other channel s pri or to J une 1, 1990,
may conti nue to provi de radi o commu-
ni cati ons servi ce to el i gi bl es. Rul es as
to el i gi bi l i ty for l i censi ng, frequenci es
avai l abl e, permi ssi bl e communi cati ons
and cl asses and number of stati ons, and
any speci al requi rements are set forth
i n the fol l owi ng secti ons.
§90.16 Public Safety National Plan.
The Commi ssi on has establ i shed a
Nati onal Pl an whi ch speci fi es speci al
pol i ci es and procedures governi ng the
Publ i c Safety Pool (formal l y Publ i c
Safety Radi o Servi ces and the Speci al
Emergency Radi o Servi ce). The Na-
ti onal Pl an i s contai ned i n the Report
and Order i n General Docket No. 87–112.
The pri nci pal spectrum resource for
the Nati onal Pl an i s the 821–824 MHz
and the 866–869 MHz bands. The Na-
ti onal pl an establ i shes pl anni ng re-
gi ons coveri ng al l parts of the Uni ted
States, Puerto Ri co, and the U.S. Vi r-
gi n I sl ands. No assi gnments wi l l be
made i n the 821–824 MHz and 866–869
MHz bands unti l a regi onal pl an for the
area has been accepted by the Commi s-
si on.
§90.20 Public Safety Pool.
(a) Eligibility. The fol l owi ng are el i gi -
bl e to hol d authori zati ons i n the Publ i c
Safety Pool .
(1) Any terri tory, possessi on, state,
ci ty, county, town or si mi l ar govern-
mental enti ty i s el i gi bl e to hol d au-
thori zati ons i n the Publ i c Safety Pool
to operate radi o stati ons for trans-
mi ssi on of communi cati ons essenti al
to offi ci al acti vi ti es of the l i censee, i n-
cl udi ng:
(i ) A di stri ct and an authori ty, but
not i ncl udi ng a school di stri ct or au-
thori ty or a park di stri ct or authori ty
except as provi ded for i n §90.242;
(i i ) A governmental i nsti tuti on au-
thori zed by l aw to provi de i ts own po-
l i ce protecti on;
(i i i ) Persons or enti ti es engaged i n
the provi si on of basi c or advanced l i fe
support servi ces on an ongoi ng basi s
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Federal Communications Commission §90.20
are el i gi bl e to hol d authori zati on to op-
erate stati ons for transmi ssi on of com-
muni cati ons essenti al for the del i very
or rendi ti on of emergency medi cal
servi ces for the provi si on of basi c or
advanced l i fe support. Appl i cati ons
submi tted by persons or organi zati ons
(governmental or otherwi se) other than
the governmental body havi ng j uri sdi c-
ti on over the state’s emergency medi -
cal servi ce pl ans must be accompani ed
by a statement prepared by the govern-
mental body havi ng j uri sdi cti on over
the state’s emergency medi cal servi ces
pl an i ndi cati ng that the appl i cant i s
i ncl uded i n the state’s emergency pl an
or otherwi se supporti ng the appl i ca-
ti on;
(i v) Governmental enti ti es and gov-
ernmental agenci es for thei r own medi -
cal acti vi ti es; and
(v) Governmental enti ti es and gov-
ernmental agenci es for provi di ng medi -
cal servi ces communi cati ons to other
el i gi bl e persons through di rect parti ci -
pati on i n and di rect operati onal con-
trol of the system, such as through
central di spatch servi ce.
(2) Persons or organi zati ons other
than governmental enti ti es are el i gi bl e
to hol d authori zati ons i n the Publ i c
Safety Pool to operate radi o stati ons
for transmi ssi on of communi cati ons, as
l i sted bel ow. When requesti ng fre-
quenci es not desi gnated by a ‘‘PS’’ i n
the coordi nator col umn of the fre-
quency tabl e i n paragraph (c)(3) of thi s
secti on, appl i cati ons must be accom-
pani ed by a statement from the govern-
mental enti ty havi ng l egal j uri sdi cti on
over the area to be served, supporti ng
the request:
(i ) Persons or organi zati ons charged
wi th speci fi c fi re protecti on acti vi ti es;
(i i ) Persons or organi zati ons charged
wi th speci fi c forestry-conservati on ac-
ti vi ti es;
(i i i ) Persons or organi zati ons, l i sted
bel ow, engaged i n the del i very or ren-
di ti on of medi cal servi ces to the publ i c
and on a secondary basi s, for trans-
mi ssi on of messages rel ated to the effi -
ci ent admi ni strati on of organi zati ons
and faci l i ti es engaged i n medi cal serv-
i ces operati ons:
(A) Hospi tal establ i shments that
offer servi ces, faci l i ti es, and beds for
use beyond 24 hours i n renderi ng medi -
cal treatment;
(B) I nsti tuti ons and organi zati ons
regul arl y engaged i n provi di ng medi cal
servi ces through cl i ni cs, publ i c heal th
faci l i ti es, and si mi l ar establ i shments;
(C) Ambul ance compani es regul arl y
engaged i n provi di ng medi cal ambu-
l ance servi ces;
(D) Rescue organi zati ons for the l i m-
i ted purpose of parti ci pati on i n provi d-
i ng medi cal servi ces;
(E) Associ ati ons compri sed of two or
more of the organi zati ons el i gi bl e
under paragraph (a)(2)(i i i ) (A), (B), (C),
and (D) of thi s secti on, for the purpose
of acti ve parti ci pati on i n and di rect
operati onal control of the medi cal
servi ces communi cati on acti vi ti es of
such organi zati ons; or
(F ) Physi ci ans, school s of medi ci ne,
oral surgeons, and associ ati ons of phy-
si ci ans or oral surgeons;
(i v) Persons or organi zati ons operat-
i ng a rescue squad for transmi ssi on of
messages pertai ni ng to the safety of
l i fe or property and urgent messages
necessary for the rendi ti on of an effi -
ci ent emergency rescue servi ce.
(A) Each rescue squad wi l l normal l y
be authori zed to operate one base sta-
ti on, and a number of mobi l e uni ts (ex-
cl udi ng hand carri ed mobi l e uni ts) not
exceedi ng the number of vehi cl es actu-
al l y used i n emergency rescue oper-
ati ons.
(B) I n addi ti on, each rescue squad
wi l l be authori zed to operate a number
of hand carri ed mobi l e uni ts not ex-
ceedi ng two such uni ts for each radi o
equi pped vehi cl e actual l y used i n emer-
gency rescue operati ons.
(v) Persons with disabilities. The i ni -
ti al appl i cati on from a person cl ai mi ng
el i gi bi l i ty under thi s paragraph shal l
be accompani ed by a statement from a
physi ci an attesti ng to the condi ti on of
the appl i cant or the appl i cant’s chi l d
(or ward i n case of guardi anshi p).
(A) Any person havi ng a heari ng defi -
ci ency such that average heari ng
threshol d l evel s are 90 dB above ANSI
(Ameri can Nati onal Standards I nsti -
tute) 1969 or I SO (I nternati onal Stand-
ards Organi zati on) 1964 l evel s and such
other persons who submi t medi cal cer-
ti fi cati on of si mi l ar heari ng defi ci ency.
(B) Any person havi ng vi sual acui ty
corrected to no better than 20/200 i n the
better eye or havi ng a fi el d of vi si on of
l ess than 20 degrees.
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(C) Any person, who, through l oss of
l i mbs or motor functi on, i s confi ned to
a wheel chai r, or i s non-ambul atory.
(D) Any person acti vel y awai ti ng an
organ transpl ant.
(E) Parents or guardi ans of persons
under 18 years el i gi bl e under para-
graphs (a)(2)(v)(A), (a)(2)(v)(B),
(a)(2)(v)(C) of thi s secti on, or i nsti tu-
ti ons devoted to the care or trai ni ng of
those persons.
(vi ) A veteri nari an, veteri nary cl i ni c,
or a school of veteri nary medi ci ne for
the transmi ssi on of messages pertai n-
i ng to the care and treatment of ani -
mal s. Each l i censee may be authori zed
to operate one base stati on and two
mobi l e uni ts. Addi ti onal base stati ons
or mobi l e uni ts wi l l be authori zed onl y
on a showi ng of need.
(vi i ) Organi zati ons establ i shed for
di saster rel i ef purposes havi ng an
emergency radi o communi cati ons pl an
for the transmi ssi on of communi ca-
ti ons rel ati ng to the safety of l i fe or
property, the establ i shment and mai n-
tenance of temporary rel i ef faci l i ti es,
and the al l evi ati on of the emergency
si tuati on duri ng peri ods of actual or
i mpendi ng emergency, or di saster, and
unti l substanti al l y normal condi ti ons
are restored. I n addi ti on, the stati ons
may be used for trai ni ng exerci ses, i n-
ci dental to the emergency communi ca-
ti ons pl an, and for operati onal commu-
ni cati ons of the di saster rel i ef organi -
zati on or i ts chapter affi l i ates. The i ni -
ti al appl i cati on from a di saster rel i ef
organi zati on shal l be accompani ed by a
copy of the charter or other authori ty
under whi ch the organi zati on was es-
tabl i shed and a copy of i ts communi ca-
ti ons pl an. The pl an shal l ful l y descri be
the operati on of the radi o faci l i ti es and
descri be the method of i ntegrati on i nto
other communi cati ons faci l i ti es whi ch
normal l y woul d be avai l abl e to assi st
i n the al l evi ati on of the emergency
condi ti on.
(vi i i ) Persons or organi zati ons oper-
ati ng school buses on a regul ar basi s
over regul ar routes for the trans-
mi ssi on of messages pertai ni ng to ei -
ther the effi ci ent operati on of the
school bus servi ce or the safety or gen-
eral wel fare of the students they are
engaged i n transporti ng. Each school
bus operator may be authori zed to op-
erate one base stati on and a number of
mobi l e uni ts not i n excess of the total
of the number of buses and mai nte-
nance vehi cl es regul arl y engaged i n the
school bus operati on. Addi ti onal base
stati ons or mobi l e uni ts wi l l be author-
i zed onl y i n excepti onal ci rcumstances
when the appl i cant can show a speci fi c
need.
(i x) Persons or organi zati ons operat-
i ng beach patrol s havi ng responsi bi l i ty
for l i fe-savi ng acti vi ti es for the trans-
mi ssi on of messages requi red for the
safety of l i fe or property.
(x) Persons or organi zati ons mai n-
tai ni ng establ i shment i n i sol ated areas
where publ i c communi cati ons faci l i ti es
are not avai l abl e and where the use of
radi o i s the onl y feasi bl e means of es-
tabl i shi ng communi cati on wi th a cen-
ter of popul ati on, or other poi nt from
whi ch emergency assi stance mi ght be
obtai ned i f needed, for the trans-
mi ssi on of messages onl y duri ng an ac-
tual or i mpendi ng emergency endan-
geri ng l i fe, heal th or property for the
transmi ssi on of essenti al communi ca-
ti ons ari si ng from the emergency. The
transmi ssi on of routi ne or non-emer-
gency communi cati ons i s stri ctl y pro-
hi bi ted.
(A) Special eligibility showing. The i ni -
ti al appl i cati on requesti ng a stati on
authori zati on for an establ i shment i n
an i sol ated area shal l be accompani ed
by a statement descri bi ng the status of
publ i c communi cati on faci l i ti es i n the
area of the appl i cant’s establ i shment;
the resul ts of any attempts the appl i -
cant may have made to obtai n publ i c
communi cati on servi ce, and; i n the
event radi o communi cati ons servi ce i s
to be furni shed under paragraph
(a)(2)(x)(C)(2) of thi s secti on, a copy of
the agreement i nvol ved must be sub-
mi tted.
(B) Class and number of stations avail-
able. Persons or organi zati ons i n thi s
category may be authori zed to operate
not more than one fi xed stati on at any
i sol ated establ i shment and not more
than one fi xed stati on i n a center of
popul ati on.
(C) Communication service rendered
and received. (1) The l i censee of a sta-
ti on at any establ i shment i n an i so-
l ated area shal l make the communi ca-
ti on faci l i ti es of such stati on avai l abl e
at no charge to any person desi ri ng the
transmi ssi on of any communi cati on
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permi tted by paragraph (a) of thi s sec-
ti on.
(2) F or the purpose of provi di ng the
communi cati ons l i nk desi red the l i -
censee of a stati on at an establ i shment
i n an i sol ated area ei ther may be the
l i censee of a si mi l ar stati on at another
l ocati on or may obtai n communi cati on
servi ce under a mutual agreement from
the l i censee of any stati on i n the Pub-
l i c Safety Pool or any other stati on
whi ch i s authori zed to communi cate
wi th the fi xed stati on.
(xi ) A communi cati ons common car-
ri er operati ng communi cati ons ci rcui ts
that normal l y carry essenti al commu-
ni cati on of such a nature that thei r
di srupti on woul d endanger l i fe or pub-
l i c property i s el i gi bl e to hol d author-
i zati ons for standby radi o faci l i ti es for
the transmi ssi on of messages onl y dur-
i ng peri ods when the normal ci rcui ts
are i noperati ve due to ci rcumstances
beyond the control of the user. Duri ng
such peri ods the radi o faci l i ti es may be
used to transmi t any communi cati on
whi ch woul d be carri ed by the regul ar
ci rcui t. I ni ti al appl i cati ons for author-
i zati on to operate a standby radi o fa-
ci l i ty must i ncl ude a statement de-
scri bi ng radi o communi cati on faci l i ti es
desi red, the proposed method of oper-
ati on, a descri pti on of the messages
normal l y bei ng carri ed, and an expl a-
nati on of how thei r di srupti on wi l l en-
danger l i fe or publ i c property.
(xi i ) Communi cati ons common car-
ri ers for radi o faci l i ti es to be used i n
effecti ng expedi ti ous repai rs to i nter-
rupti on of publ i c communi cati ons fa-
ci l i ti es where such i nterrupti ons have
resul ted i n di sabl i ng i nterci ty ci rcui ts
or servi ce to a mul ti pl i ci ty of subscri b-
ers i n a general area. Stati ons author-
i zed under thi s secti on may be used
onl y when no other means of commu-
ni cati on i s readi l y avai l abl e, for the
transmi ssi on of messages rel ati ng to
the safety of l i fe and property and mes-
sages whi ch are necessary for the effi -
ci ent restorati on of the publ i c commu-
ni cati on faci l i ti es whi ch have been di s-
rupted.
(xi i i ) Persons or enti ti es engaged i n
the provi si on of basi c or advanced l i fe
support servi ces on an ongoi ng basi s
are el i gi bl e to hol d authori zati on to op-
erate stati ons for transmi ssi on of com-
muni cati ons essenti al for the del i very
or rendi ti on of emergency medi cal
servi ces for the provi si on of basi c or
advanced l i fe support. Appl i cati ons
submi tted by persons or organi zati ons
(governmental or otherwi se) other than
the governmental body havi ng j uri sdi c-
ti on over the state’s emergency medi -
cal servi ce pl ans must be accompani ed
by a statement prepared by the govern-
mental body havi ng j uri sdi cti on over
the state’s emergency medi cal servi ces
pl an i ndi cati ng that the appl i cant i s
i ncl uded i n the state’s emergency pl an
or otherwi se supporti ng the appl i ca-
ti on.
(b) I nternational police radio-
communication. Pol i ce l i censees whi ch
are l ocated i n cl ose proxi mi ty to the
borders of the Uni ted States may be
authori zed to communi cate i nter-
nati onal l y. Request for such authori ty
shal l be wri tten and si gned and submi t-
ted i n dupl i cate. The request shal l i n-
cl ude i nformati on as to the stati on
wi th whi ch communi cati on wi l l be con-
ducted, and the frequency, power, emi s-
si on, etc., that wi l l be used. I f author-
i zed, such i nternati onal communi ca-
ti on must be conducted i n accordance
wi th Arti cl e 5 of the I nter-Ameri can
Radi o Agreement, Washi ngton, DC,
1949, whi ch reads as fol l ows:
Arti cl e 5. Police radio stations. When the
Ameri can countri es authori ze thei r pol i ce
radi o stati ons to exchange emergency i nfor-
mati on by radi o wi th si mi l ar stati ons of an-
other country, the fol l owi ng rul es shal l be
appl i ed.
(a) Onl y pol i ce radi o stati ons l ocated cl ose
to the boundari es of conti guous countri es
shal l be al l owed to exchange thi s i nforma-
ti on.
(b) I n general , onl y i mportant pol i ce mes-
sages shal l be handl ed, such as those whi ch
woul d l ose thei r val ue, because of sl owness
and ti me l i mi tati ons i f sent on other com-
muni cati on systems.
(c) F requenci es used for radi otel ephone
communi cati ons wi th mobi l e pol i ce uni ts
shal l not be used for radi otel egraph commu-
ni cati ons.
(d) Radi otel ephone communi cati ons shal l
be conducted onl y on frequenci es assi gned
for radi otel ephony.
(e) Radi otel egraph communi cati ons shal l
be conducted on the fol l owi ng frequenci es:
2804 kHz cal l i ng, 2808 kHz worki ng, 2812 kHz
worki ng, 5195 kHz day cal l i ng, 5185 kHz day
worki ng, 5140 kHz day worki ng.
(f) The characteri sti cs of pol i ce radi o sta-
ti ons authori zed to exchange i nformati on
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shal l be noti fi ed to the I nternati onal Tel e-
communi cati on Uni on, Geneva, Swi tzerl and.
(g) The abbrevi ati ons contai ned i n Appen-
di x 9 of the Atl anti c Ci ty Radi o Regul ati ons
shal l be used to the greatest possi bl e extent.
Servi ce i ndi cati ons are as fol l ows: ‘‘P’’, pri -
ori ty, for messages that are to be sent i mme-
di atel y, regardl ess of the number of other
messages on fi l e. I f no servi ce i ndi cati on i s
gi ven, the messages are to be transmi tted i n
the order of recei pt.
(h) The message shal l contai n the pre-
ambl e, address, text and si gnature, as fol -
l ows:
Preamble. The preambl e of the message
shal l consi st of the fol l owi ng: The seri al
number preceded by the l etters ‘‘NR’’, serv-
i ce i ndi cati ons, as appropri ate; the group
count accordi ng to standard cabl e count sys-
tem; the l etters ‘‘CK’’, fol l owed by numeral s
i ndi cati ng the number of words contai ned i n
the text of the message: Offi ce and country
of ori gi n (not abbrevi ati ons): Day, month,
and hour of fi l i ng;
Address. The address must be as compl ete
as possi bl e and shal l i ncl ude the name of the
addressee wi th any suppl ementary parti cu-
l ars necessary for i mmedi ate del i very of the
message;
Text. The text may be ei ther i n pl ai n l an-
guage or code;
Signature. The si gnature shal l i ncl ude the
name and ti tl e of the person ori gi nati ng the
message.
(c) Public Safety frequencies. (1) The
fol l owi ng tabl e i ndi cates frequenci es
avai l abl e for assi gnment to Publ i c
Safety stati ons, together wi th the cl ass
of stati on(s) to whi ch they are nor-
mal l y assi gned, the speci fi c assi gnment
l i mi tati ons whi ch are expl ai ned i n
paragraph (d) of thi s secti on, and the
certi fi ed frequency coordi nator for
each frequency:
(2)(i ) The l etter symbol (s) l i sted i n
the Coordi nator col umn of the fre-
quency tabl e i n paragraph (c)(3) of thi s
secti on speci fi es the frequency coordi -
nator(s) for each frequency as fol l ows:
PF — F i re Coordi nator
PH— Hi ghway Mai ntenance Coordi nator
PM— Emergency Medi cal Coordi nator
PO— F orestry-Conservati on Coordi nator
PP— Pol i ce Coordi nator
PS— Speci al Emergency Coordi nator
PX— Any Publ i c Safety Coordi nator, except
the Speci al Emergency Coordi nator
(i i ) F requenci es wi thout any coordi -
nator speci fi ed may be coordi nated by
any coordi nator certi fi ed i n the Publ i c
Safety Pool .
(3) Frequencies.
PUBLIC SAFETY POOL FREQUENCY TABLE
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
Kilohertz
530 ................... .......................... 1 .............. PX
1610 ................. Base (T.I.S.) .... 1 .............. PX
1630 ................. Base or mobile .................. PF
1722 ................. ......do ............... 2, 3 .......... PP
1730 ................. ......do ............... 2, 3 .......... PP
2212 ................. ......do ............... 4 .............. PO
2226 ................. ......do ............... 4 .............. PO
2236 ................. ......do ............... 4 .............. PO
2244 ................. ......do ............... 4 .............. PO
2366 ................. ......do ............... 2, 4 .......... PP
2382 ................. ......do ............... 2 .............. PP
2390 ................. ......do ............... 2, 4 .......... PP
2406 ................. ......do ............... 2 .............. PP
2430 ................. ......do ............... 2 .............. PP
2442 ................. ......do ............... 2 .............. PP
2450 ................. ......do ............... 2 .............. PP
2458 ................. ......do ............... 2 .............. PP
2482 ................. ......do ............... 2 .............. PP
2490 ................. ......do ............... 2, 3 .......... PP
2726 ................. ......do ............... 5 .............. PX, PS
3201 ................. ......do ............... .................. PS
2000 to 3000 .... Fixed ................ 75 ............ PS
2000 to 10,000 Fixed, base, or
mobile.
6 .............. PX
Megahertz
30.86 ................ Base or mobile 7 .............. PO
30.90 ................ ......do ............... 7 .............. PO
30.94 ................ ......do ............... 7 .............. PO
30.98 ................ ......do ............... 7 .............. PO
31.02 ................ ......do ............... 7 .............. PO
31.06 ................ ......do ............... 7, 8, 9 ...... PO
31.10 ................ ......do ............... 7, 8, 9 ...... PO
31.14 ................ ......do ............... 7, 8, 9 ...... PO
31.18 ................ ......do ............... 8, 9 .......... PO
31.22 ................ ......do ............... 8, 9 .......... PO
31.26 ................ ......do ............... 8, 9 .......... PO
31.30 ................ ......do ............... 8, 9 .......... PO
31.34 ................ ......do ............... 8, 9 .......... PO
31.38 ................ ......do ............... 8, 9 .......... PO
31.42 ................ ......do ............... 8, 9 .......... PO
31.46 ................ ......do ............... 8, 9 .......... PO
31.50 ................ ......do ............... 8, 9 .......... PO
31.54 ................ ......do ............... 8, 9 .......... PO
31.58 ................ ......do ............... 8, 9 .......... PO
31.62 ................ ......do ............... 8, 9 .......... PO
31.66 ................ ......do ............... 8, 9 .......... PO
31.70 ................ ......do ............... 8, 9 .......... PO
31.74 ................ ......do ............... 8, 9 .......... PO
31.78 ................ ......do ............... 8, 9 .......... PO
31.82 ................ ......do ............... 8, 9 .......... PO
31.86 ................ ......do ............... 8, 9 .......... PO
31.90 ................ ......do ............... 8, 9 .......... PO
31.94 ................ ......do ............... 8, 9 .......... PO
31.98 ................ ......do ............... 8, 9 .......... PO
33.02 ................ ......do ............... 10 ............ PH, PS
33.04 ................ ......do ............... .................. PS
33.06 ................ ......do ............... 10 ............ PH, PS
33.08 ................ ......do ............... .................. PS
33.10 ................ ......do ............... 10 ............ PH, PS
33.42 ................ Mobile or fixed 11 ............ PF
33.44 ................ Base or mobile .................. PF
33.46 ................ Mobile .............. .................. PF
33.48 ................ Base or mobile .................. PF
33.50 ................ Mobile .............. .................. PF
33.52 ................ Base or mobile .................. PF
33.54 ................ Mobile .............. .................. PF
33.56 ................ Base or mobile .................. PF
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PUBLIC SAFETY POOL FREQUENCY TABLE—
Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
33.58 ................ Mobile .............. .................. PF
33.60 ................ Base or mobile .................. PF
33.62 ................ Mobile .............. .................. PF
33.64 ................ Base or mobile .................. PF
33.66 ................ Mobile .............. .................. PF
33.68 ................ Base or mobile .................. PF
33.70 ................ ......do ............... .................. PF
33.72 ................ ......do ............... .................. PF
33.74 ................ ......do ............... .................. PF
33.76 ................ ......do ............... .................. PF
33.78 ................ ......do ............... .................. PF
33.80 ................ ......do ............... .................. PF
33.82 ................ ......do ............... .................. PF
33.84 ................ ......do ............... .................. PF
33.86 ................ ......do ............... .................. PF
33.88 ................ ......do ............... .................. PF
33.90 ................ ......do ............... .................. PF
33.92 ................ ......do ............... .................. PF
33.94 ................ ......do ............... .................. PF
33.96 ................ ......do ............... .................. PF
33.98 ................ ......do ............... .................. PF
35.02 ................ Mobile .............. 12 ............ PS
35.64 ................ Base ................ 13 ............ PS
35.68 ................ ......do ............... 13 ............ PS
37.02 ................ Mobile .............. .................. PP
37.04 ................ Base or mobile .................. PP
37.06 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
37.08 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
37.10 ................ ......do ............... .................. PX
37.12 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
37.14 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
37.16 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
37.18 ................ ......do ............... .................. PX
37.20 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
37.22 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
37.24 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
37.26 ................ ......do ............... .................. PX
37.28 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
37.30 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
37.32 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
37.34 ................ Mobile .............. .................. PP
37.36 ................ Base or mobile .................. PP
37.38 ................ Mobile .............. .................. PP
37.40 ................ Base or mobile .................. PP
37.42 ................ Mobile .............. .................. PP
37.90 ................ Base or mobile 10 ............ PH, PS
37.92 ................ ......do ............... .................. PH
37.94 ................ ......do ............... 10 ............ PH, PS
37.96 ................ ......do ............... .................. PH
37.98 ................ ......do ............... 10 ............ PH, PS
39.02 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
39.04 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
39.06 ................ ......do ............... 14 ............ PX
39.08 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
39.10 ................ ......do ............... .................. PX
39.12 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
39.14 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
39.16 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
39.18 ................ ......do ............... .................. PX
39.20 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
39.22 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
39.24 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
39.26 ................ Mobile .............. .................. PP
39.28 ................ Base or mobile .................. PP
39.30 ................ Mobile .............. .................. PP
39.32 ................ Base or mobile .................. PP
39.34 ................ Mobile .............. .................. PP
39.36 ................ Base or mobile .................. PP
39.38 ................ Mobile .............. .................. PP
39.40 ................ Base or mobile .................. PP
PUBLIC SAFETY POOL FREQUENCY TABLE—
Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
39.42 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
39.44 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
39.46 ................ ......do ............... 15 ............ PP
39.48 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
39.50 ................ ......do ............... .................. PX
39.52 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
39.54 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
39.56 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
39.58 ................ ......do ............... .................. PX
39.60 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
39.62 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
39.64 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
39.66 ................ Mobile .............. .................. PP
39.68 ................ Base or mobile .................. PP
39.70 ................ Mobile .............. .................. PP
39.72 ................ Base or mobile .................. PP
39.74 ................ Mobile .............. .................. PP
39.76 ................ Base or mobile .................. PP
39.78 ................ Mobile .............. .................. PP
39.80 ................ Base or mobile .................. PP
39.82 ................ ......do ............... .................. PX
39.84 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
39.86 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
39.88 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
39.90 ................ ......do ............... .................. PX
39.92 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
39.94 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
39.96 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
39.98 ................ ......do ............... .................. PX
42.02 ................ ......do ............... 2, 3, 16 .... PP
42.04 ................ ......do ............... 2, 3, 16 .... PP
42.06 ................ ......do ............... 2, 3, 16 .... PP
42.08 ................ ......do ............... 2, 3, 16 .... PP
42.10 ................ ......do ............... 2, 3, 16 .... PP
42.12 ................ ......do ............... 2, 3, 16 .... PP
42.14 ................ ......do ............... 2, 3, 16 .... PP
42.16 ................ ......do ............... 2, 3, 16 .... PP
42.18 ................ Mobile .............. 2, 16 ........ PP
42.20 ................ ......do ............... 2, 16 ........ PP
42.22 ................ ......do ............... 2, 16 ........ PP
42.24 ................ ......do ............... 2, 16 ........ PP
42.26 ................ ......do ............... 2, 16 ........ PP
42.28 ................ ......do ............... 2, 16 ........ PP
42.30 ................ ......do ............... 2, 16 ........ PP
42.32 ................ Base or mobile 2, 3, 16 .... PP
42.34 ................ ......do ............... 2, 3, 16 .... PP
42.36 ................ ......do ............... 2, 3, 16 .... PP
42.38 ................ ......do ............... 2, 3, 16 .... PP
42.40 ................ ......do ............... 2, 3, 16,
27.
PP
42.42 ................ ......do ............... 2, 3, 16 .... PP
42.44 ................ ......do ............... 2, 3, 16 .... PP
42.46 ................ ......do ............... 2, 3, 16 .... PP
42.48 ................ ......do ............... 2, 3, 16 .... PP
42.50 ................ ......do ............... 2, 3, 16 .... PP
42.52 ................ ......do ............... 2, 3, 16 .... PP
42.54 ................ ......do ............... 2, 3, 16 .... PP
42.56 ................ ......do ............... 2, 3, 16 .... PP
42.58 ................ ......do ............... 2, 3, 16 .... PP
42.60 ................ ......do ............... 2, 3, 16 .... PP
42.62 ................ ......do ............... 2, 3, 16 .... PP
42.64 ................ ......do ............... 2, 3, 16 .... PP
42.66 ................ Mobile .............. 2, 16 ........ PP
42.68 ................ ......do ............... 2, 16 ........ PP
42.70 ................ ......do ............... 2, 16 ........ PP
42.72 ................ ......do ............... 2, 16 ........ PP
42.74 ................ ......do ............... 2, 16 ........ PP
42.76 ................ ......do ............... 2, 16 ........ PP
42.78 ................ ......do ............... 2, 16 ........ PP
42.80 ................ Base or mobile 13 ............ PP
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47 CFR Ch. I (10–1–98 Edition) §90.20
PUBLIC SAFETY POOL FREQUENCY TABLE—
Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
42.82 ................ ......do ............... 2, 3, 16 .... PP
42.84 ................ ......do ............... 2, 3, 16 .... PP
42.86 ................ ......do ............... 2, 3, 16 .... PP
42.88 ................ ......do ............... 2, 3, 16 .... PP
42.90 ................ ......do ............... 2, 3, 16 .... PP
42.92 ................ ......do ............... 2, 3, 16 .... PP
42.94 ................ ......do ............... 2, 3, 16 .... PP
43.64 ................ Base ................ 13, 18 ...... PS
43.68 ................ ......do ............... 13 ............ PS
44.62 ................ Base or mobile 2, 3, 16 .... PP
44.64 ................ ......do ............... .................. PO
44.66 ................ ......do ............... 2, 3, 16 .... PP
44.68 ................ ......do ............... .................. PO
44.70 ................ ......do ............... 2, 3, 16 .... PP
44.72 ................ ......do ............... .................. PO
44.74 ................ ......do ............... 2, 3, 16 .... PP
44.76 ................ ......do ............... .................. PO
44.78 ................ Mobile .............. 2, 16 ........ PP
44.80 ................ Base or mobile .................. PO
44.82 ................ Mobile .............. 2, 16 ........ PP
44.84 ................ Base or mobile .................. PO
44.86 ................ Mobile .............. 2, 16 ........ PP
44.88 ................ Base or mobile .................. PO
44.90 ................ Mobile .............. 2, 16 ........ PP
44.92 ................ Base or mobile .................. PO
44.94 ................ ......do ............... 2, 3, 16 .... PP
44.96 ................ ......do ............... .................. PO
44.98 ................ ......do ............... 2, 3, 16 .... PP
45.00 ................ ......do ............... .................. PO
45.02 ................ ......do ............... 2, 3, 16 .... PP
45.04 ................ ......do ............... .................. PO
45.06 ................ ......do ............... 2, 3, 16 .... PP
45.08 ................ ......do ............... .................. PX
45.10 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
45.12 ................ ......do ............... .................. PX
45.14 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
45.16 ................ ......do ............... .................. PX
45.18 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
45.20 ................ ......do ............... .................. PX
45.22 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
45.24 ................ ......do ............... .................. PX
45.26 ................ Mobile .............. .................. PP
45.28 ................ Base or mobile .................. PX
45.30 ................ Mobile .............. .................. PP
45.32 ................ Base or mobile .................. PX
45.34 ................ Mobile .............. .................. PP
45.36 ................ Base or mobile .................. PX
45.38 ................ Mobile .............. .................. PP
45.40 ................ Base or mobile .................. PX
45.42 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
45.44 ................ ......do ............... .................. PX
45.46 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
45.48 ................ ......do ............... .................. PX
45.50 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
45.52 ................ ......do ............... .................. PX
45.54 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
45.56 ................ ......do ............... .................. PX
45.58 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
45.60 ................ ......do ............... .................. PX
45.62 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
45.64 ................ ......do ............... .................. PX
45.66 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
45.68 ................ ......do ............... .................. PH
45.70 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
45.72 ................ ......do ............... .................. PH
45.74 ................ Mobile .............. .................. PP
45.76 ................ Base or mobile .................. PH
45.78 ................ Mobile .............. .................. PP
45.80 ................ Base or mobile .................. PH
45.82 ................ Mobile .............. .................. PP
PUBLIC SAFETY POOL FREQUENCY TABLE—
Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
45.84 ................ Base or mobile .................. PH
45.86 ................ ......do ............... 15 ............ PP
45.88 ................ ......do ............... 19 ............ PF
45.90 ................ ......do ............... 20 ............ PP
45.92 ................ ......do ............... 10 ............ PS
45.94 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
45.96 ................ ......do ............... 10 ............ PS
45.98 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
46.00 ................ ......do ............... 10 ............ PS
46.02 ................ ......do ............... .................. PP
46.04 ................ ......do ............... 10 ............ PS
46.06 ................ ......do ............... .................. PF
46.08 ................ ......do ............... .................. PF
46.10 ................ ......do ............... .................. PF
46.12 ................ ......do ............... .................. PF
46.14 ................ ......do ............... .................. PF
46.16 ................ ......do ............... .................. PF
46.18 ................ ......do ............... .................. PF
46.20 ................ ......do ............... .................. PF
46.22 ................ Mobile .............. .................. PF
46.24 ................ ......do ............... .................. PF
46.26 ................ ......do ............... .................. PF
46.28 ................ ......do ............... .................. PF
46.30 ................ Mobile or fixed 11 ............ PF
46.32 ................ Mobile .............. .................. PF
46.34 ................ ......do ............... .................. PF
46.36 ................ Base or mobile .................. PF
46.38 ................ ......do ............... .................. PF
46.40 ................ ......do ............... .................. PF
46.42 ................ ......do ............... .................. PF
46.44 ................ ......do ............... .................. PF
46.46 ................ ......do ............... .................. PF
46.48 ................ ......do ............... .................. PF
46.50 ................ ......do ............... .................. PF
46.52 ................ ......do ............... .................. PX
46.54 ................ ......do ............... .................. PX
46.56 ................ ......do ............... .................. PX
46.58 ................ ......do ............... .................. PX
47.02 ................ ......do ............... 21, 22 ...... PH
47.04 ................ ......do ............... 21, 22 ...... PH
47.06 ................ ......do ............... 21, 22 ...... PH
47.08 ................ ......do ............... 21, 22 ...... PH
47.10 ................ ......do ............... 21, 22 ...... PH
47.12 ................ ......do ............... 21, 22 ...... PH
47.14 ................ ......do ............... 21, 22 ...... PH
47.16 ................ ......do ............... 21, 22 ...... PH
47.18 ................ ......do ............... 21, 22 ...... PH
47.20 ................ ......do ............... 21, 22 ...... PH
47.22 ................ ......do ............... 21, 22 ...... PH
47.24 ................ ......do ............... 21, 22 ...... PH
47.26 ................ ......do ............... 21, 22 ...... PH
47.28 ................ ......do ............... 21, 22 ...... PH
47.30 ................ ......do ............... 21, 22 ...... PH
47.32 ................ ......do ............... 21, 22 ...... PH
47.34 ................ ......do ............... 21, 22 ...... PH
47.36 ................ ......do ............... 21, 22 ...... PH
47.38 ................ ......do ............... 21, 22 ...... PH
47.40 ................ ......do ............... 21, 22 ...... PH
47.42 ................ ......do ............... 10, 23 ...... PS
47.46 ................ ......do ............... 10 ............ PS
47.50 ................ ......do ............... 10 ............ PS
47.54 ................ ......do ............... 10 ............ PS
47.58 ................ ......do ............... 10 ............ PS
47.62 ................ ......do ............... 10 ............ PS
47.66 ................ ......do ............... 10 ............ PS
72.00 to 76.00 .. Operational
fixed.
24
72.44 ................ Mobile .............. 25 ............ PF
72.48 ................ ......do ............... 25 ............ PF
72.52 ................ ......do ............... 25 ............ PF
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Federal Communications Commission §90.20
PUBLIC SAFETY POOL FREQUENCY TABLE—
Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
72.56 ................ ......do ............... 25 ............ PF
72.6 .................. ......do ............... 25 ............ PF
75.44 ................ ......do ............... 25 ............ PF
75.48 ................ ......do ............... 25 ............ PF
75.52 ................ ......do ............... 25 ............ PF
75.56 ................ ......do ............... 25 ............ PF
75.6 .................. ......do ............... 25 ............ PF
150 to 170 ........ Base or mobile 26
150.775 ............ Mobile .............. .................. PM
150.7825 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PM
150.790 ............ ......do ............... .................. PM
150.7975 .......... ......do ............... .................. PM
150.805 ............ ......do ............... .................. PM
150.995 ............ Base or mobile 28 ............ PH
151.0025 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PH
151.010 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PH
151.0175 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PH
151.025 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PH
151.0325 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PH
151.040 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PH
151.0475 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PH
151.055 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PH
151.070 ............ ......do ............... 28, 30 ...... PH
151.085 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PH
151.0925 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PH
151.100 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PH
151.1075 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PH
151.115 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PH
151.1225 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PH
151.130 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PH
151.1375 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PH
151.145 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PO
151.1525 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PO
151.160 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PO
151.1675 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PO
151.175 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PO
151.190 ............ ......do ............... 28, 30 ...... PO
151.205 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PO
151.2125 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PO
151.220 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PO
151.2275 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PO
151.235 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PO
151.2425 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PO
151.250 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PO
151.2575 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PO
151.265 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PO
151.2725 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PO
151.280 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PO
151.2875 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PO
151.295 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PO
151.310 ............ ......do ............... 28, 30 ...... PO
151.325 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PO
151.3325 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PO
151.340 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PO
151.3475 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PO
151.355 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PO
151.3625 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PO
151.370 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PO
151.3775 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PO
151.385 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PO
151.3925 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PO
151.400 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PO
151.4075 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PO
151.415 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PO
151.4225 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PO
151.430 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PO
151.4375 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PO
151.445 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PO
151.4525 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PO
151.460 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PO
PUBLIC SAFETY POOL FREQUENCY TABLE—
Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
151.4675 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PO
151.475 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PO
151.4825 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PO
151.490 ............ ......do ............... 7, 28 ........ PO
151.4975 .......... ......do ............... 7, 27, 28 .. PO
152.0075 .......... Base ................ 13, 19, 30 PS
153.740 ............ Mobile .............. .................. PX
153.7475 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
153.755 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
153.7625 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
153.770 ............ ......do ............... .................. PF
153.7775 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PF
153.785 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
153.7925 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
153.800 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
153.8075 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
153.815 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
153.8225 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
153.830 ............ ......do ............... 31 ............ PF
153.8375 .......... ......do ............... 27, 31 ...... PF
153.845 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
153.8525 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
153.860 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
153.8675 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
153.875 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
153.8825 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
153.890 ............ ......do ............... .................. PF
153.8975 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PF
153.905 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
153.9125 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
153.920 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
153.9275 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
153.935 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
153.9425 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
153.950 ............ ......do ............... .................. PF
153.9575 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PF
153.965 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
153.9725 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
153.980 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
153.9875 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
153.995 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
154.0025 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
154.010 ............ ......do ............... .................. PF
154.0175 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PF
154.025 ............ Base or mobile .................. PX
154.0325 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
154.040 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PX
154.0475 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PX
154.055 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PX
154.0625 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PX
154.070 ............ Mobile .............. 28 ............ PF
154.0775 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PF
154.085 ............ Base or mobile 28 ............ PX
154.0925 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PX
154.100 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PX
154.1075 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PX
154.115 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PX
154.1225 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PX
154.130 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PF
154.1375 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PF
154.145 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PF
154.1525 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PF
154.160 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PF
154.1675 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PF
154.175 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PF
154.1825 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PF
154.190 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PF
154.1975 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PF
154.205 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PF
154.2125 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PF
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PUBLIC SAFETY POOL FREQUENCY TABLE—
Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
154.220 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PF
154.2275 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PF
154.235 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PF
154.2425 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PF
154.250 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PF
154.2575 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PF
154.265 ............ ......do ............... 19, 28 ...... PF
154.2725 .......... ......do ............... 19, 27, 28 PF
154.280 ............ ......do ............... 19, 28 ...... PF
154.2875 .......... ......do ............... 19, 27, 28 PF
154.295 ............ ......do ............... 19, 28 ...... PF
154.3025 .......... ......do ............... 19, 27, 28 PF
154.310 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PF
154.3175 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PF
154.325 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PF
154.3325 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PF
154.340 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PF
154.3475 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PF
154.355 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PF
154.3625 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PF
154.370 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PF
154.3775 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PF
154.385 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PF
154.3925 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PF
154.400 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PF
154.4075 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PF
154.415 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PF
154.4225 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PF
154.430 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PF
154.4375 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PF
154.445 ............ ......do ............... 28 ............ PF
154.4525 .......... ......do ............... 27, 28 ...... PF
154.45625 ........ Fixed or mobile 32, 33, 34,
35.
PX
154.46375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 34, 35,
36, 37.
PX
154.47125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 34, 35,
36.
PX
154.47875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 34, 35,
37.
PX
154.650 ............ Mobile .............. .................. PP
154.6575 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
154.665 ............ Base or mobile 16 ............ PP
154.6725 .......... ......do ............... 16, 27 ...... PP
154.680 ............ ......do ............... 16 ............ PP
154.6875 .......... ......do ............... 16, 27 ...... PP
154.695 ............ ......do ............... 16 ............ PP
154.7025 .......... ......do ............... 16, 27 ...... PP
154.710 ............ Mobile .............. .................. PP
154.7175 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
154.725 ............ Base or mobile .................. PP
154.7325 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
154.740 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
154.7475 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
154.755 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
154.7625 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
154.770 ............ Mobile .............. .................. PP
154.7775 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
154.785 ............ Base or mobile .................. PP
154.7925 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
154.800 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
154.8075 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
154.815 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
154.8225 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
154.830 ............ Mobile .............. .................. PP
154.8375 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
154.845 ............ Base or mobile .................. PP
154.8525 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
154.860 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
154.8675 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
PUBLIC SAFETY POOL FREQUENCY TABLE—
Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
154.875 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
154.8825 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
154.890 ............ Mobile .............. .................. PP
154.8975 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
154.905 ............ Base or mobile 16 ............ PP
154.9125 .......... ......do ............... 16, 27 ...... PP
154.920 ............ ......do ............... 16 ............ PP
154.9275 .......... ......do ............... 16, 27 ...... PP
154.935 ............ ......do ............... 16 ............ PP
154.9425 .......... ......do ............... 16, 27 ...... PP
154.950 ............ Mobile .............. .................. PP
154.9575 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
154.965 ............ Base or mobile .................. PX
154.9725 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
154.980 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
154.9875 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
154.995 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
155.0025 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
155.010 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
155.0175 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
155.025 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
155.0325 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
155.040 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
155.0475 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
155.055 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
155.0625 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
155.070 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
155.0775 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
155.085 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
155.0925 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
155.100 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
155.1075 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
155.115 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
155.1225 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
155.130 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
155.1375 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
155.145 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
155.1525 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
155.160 ............ ......do ............... 10 ............ PS
155.1675 .......... ......do ............... 10, 27 ...... PS
155.175 ............ ......do ............... 10 ............ PS
155.1825 .......... ......do ............... 10, 27 ...... PS
155.190 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
155.1975 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
155.205 ............ ......do ............... 10 ............ PS
155.2125 .......... ......do ............... 10, 27 ...... PS
155.220 ............ ......do ............... 10 ............ PS
155.2275 .......... ......do ............... 10, 27 ...... PS
155.235 ............ ......do ............... 10 ............ PS
155.2425 .......... ......do ............... 10, 27 ...... PS
155.250 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
155.2575 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
155.265 ............ ......do ............... 10 ............ PS
155.2725 .......... ......do ............... 10, 27 ...... PS
155.280 ............ ......do ............... 10 ............ PS
155.2875 .......... ......do ............... 10, 27 ...... PS
155.295 ............ ......do ............... 10 ............ PS
155.3025 .......... ......do ............... 10, 27 ...... PS
155.310 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
155.3175 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
155.325 ............ ......do ............... 38, 39 ...... PM
155.3325 .......... ......do ............... 27, 38, 39 PM
155.340 ............ ......do ............... 39, 40 ...... PM
155.3475 .......... ......do ............... 27, 39, 40 PM
155.355 ............ ......do ............... 38, 39 ...... PM
155.3625 .......... ......do ............... 27, 38, 39 PM
155.370 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
155.3775 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
155.385 ............ ......do ............... 38, 39 ...... PM
155.3925 .......... ......do ............... 27, 38, 39 PM
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269
Federal Communications Commission §90.20
PUBLIC SAFETY POOL FREQUENCY TABLE—
Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
155.400 ............ ......do ............... 38, 39 ...... PM
155.4075 .......... ......do ............... 27, 38, 39 PM
155.415 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
155.4225 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
155.430 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
155.4375 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
155.445 ............ ......do ............... 16 ............ PP
155.4525 .......... ......do ............... 16, 27 ...... PP
155.460 ............ ......do ............... 16 ............ PP
155.4675 .......... ......do ............... 16, 27 ...... PP
155.475 ............ ......do ............... 41 ............ PP
155.4825 .......... ......do ............... 27, 41 ...... PP
155.490 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
155.4975 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
155.505 ............ ......do ............... 16 ............ PP
155.5125 .......... ......do ............... 16, 27 ...... PP
155.520 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
155.5275 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
155.535 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
155.5425 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
155.550 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
155.5575 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
155.565 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
155.5725 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
155.580 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
155.5875 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
155.595 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
155.6025 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
155.610 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
155.6175 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
155.625 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
155.6325 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
155.640 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
155.6475 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
155.655 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
155.6625 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
155.670 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
155.6775 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
155.685 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
155.6925 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
155.700 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
155.7075 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
155.715 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
155.7225 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
155.730 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
155.7375 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
155.745 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
155.7525 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
155.760 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
155.7675 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
155.775 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
155.7825 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
155.790 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
155.7975 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
155.805 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
155.8125 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
155.820 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
155.8275 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
155.835 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
155.8425 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
155.850 ............ Mobile .............. .................. PP
155.8575 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
155.865 ............ Base or mobile .................. PX
155.8725 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
155.880 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
155.8875 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
155.895 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
155.9025 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
155.910 ............ Mobile .............. .................. PP
155.9175 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
PUBLIC SAFETY POOL FREQUENCY TABLE—
Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
155.925 ............ Base or mobile .................. PX
155.9325 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
155.940 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
155.9475 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
155.955 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
155.9625 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
155.970 ............ Mobile .............. .................. PP
155.9775 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
155.985 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
155.9925 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
156.000 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
156.0075 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
156.015 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
156.0225 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
156.030 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
156.0375 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
156.045 ............ ......do ............... 42 ............ PH
156.0525 .......... ......do ............... 27, 42 ...... PH
156.060 ............ ......do ............... 42 ............ PH
156.0675 .......... ......do ............... 27, 42 ...... PH
156.075 ............ ......do ............... .................. PH
156.0825 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PH
156.090 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
156.0975 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
156.105 ............ Base or mobile .................. PH
156.1125 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PH
156.120 ............ ......do ............... .................. PH
156.1275 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PH
156.135 ............ ......do ............... .................. PH
156.1425 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PH
156.150 ............ Mobile .............. .................. PP
156.1575 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
156.165 ............ Base or mobile 42, 43 ...... PH
156.1725 .......... ......do ............... 27, 42, 43 PH
156.180 ............ ......do ............... 42, 43 ...... PH
156.1875 .......... ......do ............... 27, 42, 43 PH
156.195 ............ ......do ............... 43 ............ PH
156.2025 .......... ......do ............... 27, 43 ...... PH
156.210 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
156.2175 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
156.225 ............ ......do ............... 43 ............ PH
156.2325 .......... ......do ............... 27, 43 ...... PH
156.240 ............ ......do ............... 43 ............ PH
156.2475 .......... ......do ............... 43, 44 ...... PH
157.450 ............ ......do ............... 13, 45, 30 PS
158.7225 .......... ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
158.730 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
158.7375 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
158.745 ............ Base and mo-
bile.
.................. PX
158.7525 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
158.760 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
158.7675 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
158.775 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
158.7825 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
158.790 ............ Base or mobile .................. PP
158.7975 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
158.805 ............ Base and mo-
bile.
.................. PX
158.8125 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
158.820 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
158.8275 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
158.835 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
158.8425 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
158.850 ............ Base or mobile .................. PP
158.8575 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
158.865 ............ Mobile .............. .................. PX
158.8725 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
158.880 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
158.8875 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
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270
47 CFR Ch. I (10–1–98 Edition) §90.20
PUBLIC SAFETY POOL FREQUENCY TABLE—
Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
158.895 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
158.9025 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
158.910 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
158.9175 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
158.925 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
158.9325 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
158.940 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
158.9475 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
158.955 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
158.9625 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
158.970 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
158.9775 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
158.985 ............ ......do ............... 43 ............ PH
158.9925 .......... ......do ............... 27, 43 ...... PH
159.000 ............ ......do ............... 43 ............ PH
159.0075 .......... ......do ............... 27, 43 ...... PH
159.015 ............ ......do ............... 43 ............ PH
159.0225 .......... ......do ............... 27, 43 ...... PH
159.030 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
159.0375 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
159.045 ............ ......do ............... 43 ............ PH
159.0525 .......... ......do ............... 27, 43 ...... PH
159.060 ............ ......do ............... 43 ............ PH
159.0675 .......... ......do ............... 27, 43 ...... PH
159.075 ............ ......do ............... 43 ............ PH
159.0825 .......... ......do ............... 27, 43 ...... PH
159.090 ............ Base or mobile .................. PP
159.0975 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
159.105 ............ ......do ............... 43 ............ PH
159.1125 .......... ......do ............... 27, 43 ...... PH
159.120 ............ ......do ............... 43 ............ PH
159.1275 .......... ......do ............... 27, 43 ...... PH
159.135 ............ ......do ............... 43 ............ PH
159.1425 .......... ......do ............... 27, 43 ...... PH
159.150 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
159.1575 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
159.165 ............ ......do ............... 43 ............ PH
159.1725 .......... ......do ............... 27, 43 ...... PH
159.180 ............ ......do ............... .................. PH
159.1875 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PH
159.195 ............ ......do ............... .................. PH
159.2025 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PH
159.210 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
159.2175 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
159.225 ............ ......do ............... .................. PO
159.2325 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PO
159.240 ............ ......do ............... 46 ............ PO
159.2475 .......... ......do ............... 27, 46 ...... PO
159.255 ............ ......do ............... 46 ............ PO
159.2625 .......... ......do ............... 27, 46 ...... PO
159.270 ............ ......do ............... 46 ............ PO
159.2775 .......... ......do ............... 27, 46 ...... PO
159.285 ............ ......do ............... 46 ............ PO
159.2925 .......... ......do ............... 27, 46 ...... PO
159.300 ............ ......do ............... 46 ............ PO
159.3075 .......... ......do ............... 27, 46 ...... PO
159.315 ............ ......do ............... 46 ............ PO
159.3225 .......... ......do ............... 27, 46 ...... PO
159.330 ............ ......do ............... 46 ............ PO
159.3375 .......... ......do ............... 27, 46 ...... PO
159.345 ............ ......do ............... 46 ............ PO
159.3525 .......... ......do ............... 27, 46 ...... PO
159.360 ............ ......do ............... 46 ............ PO
159.3675 .......... ......do ............... 27, 46 ...... PO
159.375 ............ ......do ............... 46 ............ PO
159.3825 .......... ......do ............... 27, 46 ...... PO
159.390 ............ ......do ............... 46 ............ PO
159.3975 .......... ......do ............... 27, 46 ...... PO
159.405 ............ ......do ............... 46 ............ PO
159.4125 .......... ......do ............... 27, 46 ...... PO
PUBLIC SAFETY POOL FREQUENCY TABLE—
Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
159.420 ............ ......do ............... 46 ............ PO
159.4275 .......... ......do ............... 27, 46 ...... PO
159.435 ............ ......do ............... 46 ............ PO
159.4425 .......... ......do ............... 27, 46 ...... PO
159.450 ............ ......do ............... .................. PO
159.4575 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PO
159.465 ............ ......do ............... .................. PO
159.4725 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PO
163.250 ............ ......do ............... 13, 30 ...... PS
166.250 ............ ......do ............... 47 ............ PF
169 to 172 ........ Mobile .............. 48 ............
170.150 ............ Base or mobile 47 ............ PF
170.425 ............ ......do ............... 9, 49, 50 .. PO
170.475 ............ ......do ............... 9, 49, 51 .. PO
170.575 ............ ......do ............... 9, 49, 50 .. PO
171.425 ............ ......do ............... 9, 49, 51 .. PO
171.475 ............ ......do ............... 9, 50, 52 .. PO
171.575 ............ ......do ............... 9, 49, 51 .. PO
172.225 ............ ......do ............... 9, 49, 50 .. PO
172.275 ............ ......do ............... 9, 51, 52 .. PO
172.375 ............ ......do ............... 9, 49, 50 .. PO
173.075 ............ ......do ............... 53 ............ PP
173.20375 ........ Fixed or mobile 33, 34, 35,
36.
PX
173.210 ............ ......do ............... 34, 35, 36,
54.
PX
173.2375 .......... ......do ............... 32, 33, 34,
35.
PX
173.2625 .......... ......do ............... 32, 33, 34,
35.
PX
173.2875 .......... ......do ............... 32, 33, 34,
35.
PX
173.3125 .......... ......do ............... 32, 33, 34,
35.
PX
173.3375 .......... ......do ............... 32, 33, 34,
35.
PX
173.3625 .......... ......do ............... 32, 33, 34,
35.
PX
173.390 ............ ......do ............... 34, 35, 36,
54.
PX
173.39625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 34, 35,
36.
PX
220 to 222 ........ Base and mo-
bile.
55 ............
220.8025 .......... Base ................ 55 ............ PP, PS
220.8075 .......... ......do ............... 55 ............ PP, PS
220.8125 .......... ......do ............... 55 ............ PP, PS
220.8175 .......... ......do ............... 55 ............ PP, PS
220.8225 .......... ......do ............... 55 ............ PP, PS
220.8275 .......... ......do ............... 55 ............ PP, PS
220.8325 .......... ......do ............... 55 ............ PP, PS
220.8375 .......... ......do ............... 55 ............ PP, PS
220.8425 .......... ......do ............... 55 ............ PP, PS
220.8475 .......... ......do ............... 55 ............ PP, PS
220.9025 .......... ......do ............... 55 ............ PM
220.9075 .......... ......do ............... 55 ............ PM
220.9125 .......... ......do ............... 55 ............ PM
220.9175 .......... ......do ............... 55 ............ PM
220.9225 .......... ......do ............... 55 ............ PM
221.8025 .......... Mobile .............. 55 ............ PP, PS
221.8075 .......... ......do ............... 55 ............ PP, PS
221.8125 .......... ......do ............... 55 ............ PP, PS
221.8175 .......... ......do ............... 55 ............ PP, PS
221.8225 .......... ......do ............... 55 ............ PP, PS
221.8275 .......... ......do ............... 55 ............ PP, PS
221.8325 .......... ......do ............... 55 ............ PP, PS
221.8375 .......... ......do ............... 55 ............ PP, PS
221.8425 .......... ......do ............... 55 ............ PP, PS
221.8475 .......... ......do ............... 55 ............ PP, PS
221.9025 .......... ......do ............... 55 ............ PM
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Federal Communications Commission §90.20
PUBLIC SAFETY POOL FREQUENCY TABLE—
Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
221.9075 .......... ......do ............... 55 ............ PM
221.9125 .......... ......do ............... 55 ............ PM
221.9175 .......... ......do ............... 55 ............ PM
221.9225 .......... ......do ............... 55 ............ PM
450 to 470 ........ Fixed, base, or
mobile.
26, 56
453.0125 .......... Mobile .............. 57 ............ PX
453.025 ............ Central control,
fixed base, or
mobile.
58, 59, 60,
61, 62.
PX, PS
453.03125 ........ Base or mobile 44, 59, 60,
61, 62.
PM, PS
453.0375 .......... ......do ............... 27, 59, 60,
61, 62.
PX
453.04375 ........ ......do ............... 44, 59, 60,
61, 62.
PM
453.050 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
453.05625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.0625 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
453.06875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.075 ............ Central control,
fixed, base,
or mobile.
58, 59, 60,
61, 62.
PX, PS
453.08125 ........ Base or mobile 44, 59, 60,
61, 62.
PM
453.0875 .......... ......do ............... 27, 59, 60,
61, 62.
PX
453.09375 ........ ......do ............... 44, 59, 60,
61, 62.
PM
453.100 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
453.10625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.1125 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
453.11875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.125 ............ Central control,
fixed, base,
or mobile.
58, 59, 60,
61, 62.
PX, PS
453.13125 ........ Base or mobile 44, 59, 60,
61, 62.
PM
453.1375 .......... ......do ............... 27, 59, 60,
61, 62.
PX
453.14375 ........ ......do ............... 44, 59, 60,
61, 62.
PM
453.150 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
453.15625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.1625 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
453.16875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.175 ............ Central control,
fixed, base,
or mobile.
58, 59, 60,
61, 62.
PX, PS
453.18125 ........ Base or mobile 44, 59, 60,
61, 62.
PM
453.1875 .......... ......do ............... 27, 59, 60,
61, 62.
PX
453.19375 ........ ......do ............... 44, 59, 60,
61, 62.
PM
453.200 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
453.20625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.2125 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
453.21875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.225 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
453.23125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.2375 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
453.24375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.250 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
453.25625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.2625 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
453.26875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.275 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
453.28125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.2875 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
PUBLIC SAFETY POOL FREQUENCY TABLE—
Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
453.29375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.300 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
453.30625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.3125 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
453.31875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.325 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
453.33125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.3375 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
453.34375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.350 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
453.35625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.3625 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
453.36875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.375 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
453.38125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.3875 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
453.39375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.400 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
453.40625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.4125 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
453.41875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.425 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
453.43125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.4375 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
453.44375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.450 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
453.45625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.4625 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
453.46875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.475 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
453.48125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.4875 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
453.49375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.500 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
453.50625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.5125 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
453.51875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.525 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
453.53125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.5375 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
453.54375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.550 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
453.55625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.5625 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
453.56875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.575 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
453.58125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.5875 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
453.59375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.600 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
453.60625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.6125 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
453.61875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.625 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
453.63125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.6375 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
453.64375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.650 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
453.65625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.6625 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
453.66875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.675 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
453.68125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.6875 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
453.69375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.700 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
453.70625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.7125 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
453.71875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.725 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
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47 CFR Ch. I (10–1–98 Edition) §90.20
PUBLIC SAFETY POOL FREQUENCY TABLE—
Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
453.73125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.7375 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
453.74375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.750 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
453.75625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.7625 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
453.76875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.775 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
453.78125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.7875 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
453.79375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.800 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
453.80625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.8125 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
453.81875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.825 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
453.83125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.8375 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
453.84375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.850 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
453.85625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.8625 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
453.86875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.875 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
453.88125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.8875 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
453.89375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.900 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
453.90625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.9125 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
453.91875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.925 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
453.93125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.9375 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
453.94375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.950 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
453.95625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.9625 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
453.96875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.975 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
453.98125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
453.9875 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
453.99375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.0125 .......... Mobile .............. 57 ............ PS
458.025 ............ Radio call
boxes, fixed,
or mobile.
58, 59, 61,
62, 63.
PX
458.03125 ........ Mobile .............. 44, 59, 61,
62.
PM
458.0375 .......... ......do ............... 27, 59, 61,
62.
PX
458.04375 ........ ......do ............... 44, 59, 61,
62.
PM
458.050 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
458.05625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.0625 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
458.06875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.075 ............ Radio call
boxes, fixed,
or mobile.
58, 59, 61,
62, 63.
PX
458.08125 ........ Mobile .............. 44, 59, 61,
62.
PM
458.0875 .......... ......do ............... 27, 59, 61,
62.
PX
458.09375 ........ ......do ............... 44, 59, 61,
62.
PM
458.100 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
458.10625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.1125 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
458.11875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
PUBLIC SAFETY POOL FREQUENCY TABLE—
Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
458.125 ............ Radio call
boxes, fixed,
or mobile.
58, 59, 61,
62, 63.
PX
458.13125 ........ Mobile .............. 44, 59, 61,
62.
PM
458.1375 .......... ......do ............... 27, 59, 61,
62.
PX
458.14375 ........ ......do ............... 44, 59, 61,
62.
PM
458.150 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
458.15625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.1625 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
458.16875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.175 ............ Radio call
boxes, fixed,
or mobile.
58, 59, 61,
62, 63.
PX
458.18125 ........ Mobile .............. 44, 59, 61,
62.
PM
458.1875 .......... ......do ............... 27, 59, 61,
62.
PX
458.19375 ........ ......do ............... 44, 59, 61,
62.
PM
458.200 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
458.20625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.2125 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
458.21875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.225 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
458.23125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.2375 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
458.24375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.250 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
458.25625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.2625 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
458.26875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.275 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
458.28125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.2875 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
458.29375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.300 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
458.30625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.3125 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
458.31875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.325 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
458.33125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.3375 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
458.34375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.350 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
458.35625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.3625 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
458.36875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.375 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
458.38125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.3875 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
458.39375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.400 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
458.40625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.4125 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
458.41875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.425 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
458.43125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.4375 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
458.44375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.450 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
458.45625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.4625 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
458.46875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.475 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
458.48125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.4875 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
458.49375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
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Federal Communications Commission §90.20
PUBLIC SAFETY POOL FREQUENCY TABLE—
Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
458.500 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
458.50625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.5125 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
458.51875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.525 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
458.53125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.5375 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
458.54375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.550 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
458.55625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.5625 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
458.56875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.575 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
458.58125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.5875 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
458.59375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.600 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
458.60625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.6125 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
458.61875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.625 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
458.63125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.6375 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
458.64375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.650 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
458.65625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.6625 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
458.66875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.675 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
458.68125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.6875 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
458.69375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.700 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
458.70625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.7125 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
458.71875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.725 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
458.73125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.7375 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
458.74375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.750 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
458.75625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.7625 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
458.76875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.775 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
458.78125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.7875 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
458.79375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.800 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
458.80625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.8125 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
458.81875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.825 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
458.83125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.8375 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
458.84375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.850 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
458.85625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.8625 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
458.86875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.875 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
458.88125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.8875 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
458.89375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.900 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
458.90625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.9125 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
458.91875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.925 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
458.93125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
PUBLIC SAFETY POOL FREQUENCY TABLE—
Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
458.9375 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
458.94375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.950 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
458.95625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.9625 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
458.96875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.975 ............ ......do ............... .................. PX
458.98125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
458.9875 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PX
458.99375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PX
460.0125 .......... ......do ............... 27, 64 ...... PP
460.01875 ........ Base or mobile 44 ............ PP
460.025 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
460.03125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
460.0375 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
460.04375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
460.050 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
460.05626 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
460.0625 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
460.06875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
460.075 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
460.08125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
460.0875 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
460.09375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
460.100 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
460.10625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
460.1125 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
460.11875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
460.125 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
460.13125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
460.1375 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
460.14375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
460.150 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
460.15625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
460.1625 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
460.16875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
460.175 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
460.18125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
460.1875 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
460.19375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
460.200 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
460.20625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
460.2125 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
460.21875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
460.225 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
460.23125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
460.2375 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
460.24375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
460.250 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
460.25625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
460.2625 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
460.26875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
460.275 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
460.28125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
460.2875 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
460.29375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
460.300 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
460.30625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
460.3125 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
460.31875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
460.325 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
460.33125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
460.3375 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
460.34375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
460.350 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
460.35625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
460.3625 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
460.36875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
460.375 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
460.38125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
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PUBLIC SAFETY POOL FREQUENCY TABLE—
Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
460.3875 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
460.39375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
460.400 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
460.40625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
460.4125 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
460.41875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
460.425 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
460.43125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
460.4375 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
460.44375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
460.450 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
460.45625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
460.4625 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
460.46875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
460.475 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
460.48125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
460.4875 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
460.49375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
460.500 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
460.50625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
460.5125 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
460.51875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
460.525 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP, PF,
PM
460.53125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP, PF,
PM
460.5375 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP, PF,
PM
460.54375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP, PF,
PM
460.550 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP, PF,
PM
460.55625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP, PF,
PM
460.5625 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP, PF,
PM
460.56875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP, PF,
PM
460.575 ............ ......do ............... .................. PF
460.58125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PF
460.5875 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PF
460.59375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PF
460.600 ............ ......do ............... .................. PF
460.60625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PF
460.6125 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PF
460.61875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PF
460.625 ............ ......do ............... .................. PF
460.63125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PF
460.6375 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PF
460.64375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PF
462.9375 .......... Mobile .............. 57 ............ PS
462.950 ............ Base or mobile 38, 65 ...... PM
462.95625 ........ ......do ............... 38, 44, 65 PM
462.9625 .......... ......do ............... 27, 38, 65 PM
462.96875 ........ ......do ............... 38, 44, 65 PM
462.975 ............ ......do ............... 38, 65 ...... PM
462.98125 ........ ......do ............... 38, 44, 65 PM
462.9875 .......... ......do ............... 27, 38, 65 PM
462.99375 ........ ......do ............... 38, 44, 65 PM
463.000 ............ ......do ............... 59, 66, 67 PM
463.00625 ........ ......do ............... 44, 59, 66,
67.
PM
463.0125 .......... ......do ............... 27, 59, 66,
67.
PM
463.01875 ........ ......do ............... 44, 59, 66,
67.
PM
463.025 ............ ......do ............... 59, 66, 67 PM
463.03125 ........ ......do ............... 44, 59, 66,
67.
PM
463.0375 .......... ......do ............... 27, 59, 66,
67.
PM
PUBLIC SAFETY POOL FREQUENCY TABLE—
Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
463.04375 ........ ......do ............... 44, 59, 66,
67.
PM
463.050 ............ ......do ............... 59, 66, 67 PM
463.05625 ........ ......do ............... 44, 59, 66,
67.
PM
463.0625 .......... ......do ............... 27, 59, 66,
67.
PM
463.06875 ........ ......do ............... 44, 59, 66,
67.
PM
463.075 ............ ......do ............... 59, 66, 76 PM
463.08125 ........ ......do ............... 44, 59, 66,
76.
PM
463.0875 .......... ......do ............... 27, 59, 66,
76.
PM
463.09375 ........ ......do ............... 44, 59, 66,
76.
PM
463.100 ............ ......do ............... 59, 66, 76 PM
463.10625 ........ ......do ............... 44, 59, 66,
76.
PM
463.1125 .......... ......do ............... 27, 59, 66,
76.
PM
463.11875 ........ ......do ............... 44, 59, 66,
76.
PM
463.125 ............ ......do ............... 59, 66, 76 PM
463.13125 ........ ......do ............... 44, 59, 66,
76.
PM
463.1375 .......... ......do ............... 27, 59, 66,
76.
PM
463.14375 ........ ......do ............... 44, 59, 66,
76.
PM
463.150 ............ ......do ............... 59, 66, 76 PM
463.15625 ........ ......do ............... 44, 59, 66,
76.
PM
463.1625 .......... ......do ............... 27, 59, 66,
76.
PM
463.16875 ........ ......do ............... 44, 59, 66,
76.
PM
463.175 ............ ......do ............... 59, 66, 76 PM
463.18125 ........ ......do ............... 44, 59, 66,
76.
PM
463.1875 .......... ......do ............... 27, 59, 66,
76.
PM
463.19375 ........ ......do ............... 44, 59, 66,
76.
PM
465.0125 .......... Mobile .............. 57 ............ PP
465.025 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
465.03125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
465.0375 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
465.04375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
465.050 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
465.05625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
465.0625 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
465.06875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
465.075 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
465.08125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
465.0875 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
465.09375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
465.100 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
465.10625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
465.1125 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
465.11875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
465.125 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
465.13125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
465.1375 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
465.14375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
465.150 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
465.15625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
465.1625 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
465.16875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
465.175 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
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PUBLIC SAFETY POOL FREQUENCY TABLE—
Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
465.18125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
465.1875 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
465.19375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
465.200 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
465.20625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
465.2125 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
465.21875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
465.225 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
465.23125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
465.2375 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
465.24375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
465.250 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
465.25625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
465.2625 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
465.26875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
465.275 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
465.28125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
465.2875 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
465.29375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
465.300 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
465.30625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
465.3125 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
465.31875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
465.325 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
465.33125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
465.3375 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
465.34375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
465.350 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
465.35625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
465.3625 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
465.36875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
465.375 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
465.38125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
465.3875 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
465.39375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
465.400 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
465.40625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
465.4125 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
465.41875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
465.425 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
465.43125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
465.4375 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
465.44375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
465.450 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
465.45625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
465.4625 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
465.46875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
465.475 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
465.48125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
465.4875 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
465.49375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
465.500 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP
465.50625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
465.5125 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP
465.51875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP
465.525 ............ ......do ............... .................. PP, PF,
PM
465.53125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP, PF,
PM
465.5375 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP, PF,
PM
465.54375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP, PF,
PM
465.550 ............ Base or mobile .................. PP, PF,
PM
465.55625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP, PF,
PM
465.5625 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PP, PF,
PM
465.56875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PP, PF,
PM
PUBLIC SAFETY POOL FREQUENCY TABLE—
Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
465.575 ............ Mobile .............. .................. PF
465.58125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PF
465.5875 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PF
465.59375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PF
465.600 ............ ......do ............... .................. PF
465.60625 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PF
465.6125 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PF
465.61875 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PF
465.625 ............ ......do ............... .................. PF
465.63125 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PF
465.6375 .......... ......do ............... 27 ............ PF
465.64375 ........ ......do ............... 44 ............ PF
467.9375 .......... ......do ............... 57 ............ PS
467.950 ............ ......do ............... 38, 65 ...... PM
467.95625 ........ ......do ............... 38, 44, 65 PM
467.9625 .......... ......do ............... 27, 38, 65 PM
467.96875 ........ ......do ............... 38, 44, 65 PM
467.975 ............ ......do ............... 38, 65 ...... PM
467.98125 ........ ......do ............... 38, 44, 65 PM
467.9875 .......... ......do ............... 27, 38, 65 PM
467.99375 ........ ......do ............... 38, 44, 65 PM
468.000 ............ ......do ............... 59, 66, 67 PM
468.00625 ........ ......do ............... 44, 59, 66,
67.
PM
468.0125 .......... ......do ............... 27, 59, 66,
67.
PM
468.01875 ........ ......do ............... 44, 59, 66,
67.
PM
468.025 ............ ......do ............... 59, 66, 67 PM
468.03125 ........ ......do ............... 44, 59, 66,
67.
PM
468.0375 .......... ......do ............... 27, 59, 66,
67.
PM
468.04375 ........ ......do ............... 44, 59, 66,
67.
PM
468.050 ............ ......do ............... 59, 66, 67 PM
468.05625 ........ ......do ............... 44, 59, 66,
67.
PM
468.0625 .......... ......do ............... 27, 59, 66,
67.
PM
468.06875 ........ ......do ............... 44, 59, 66,
67.
PM
468.075 ............ ......do ............... 59, 66, 76 PM
468.08125 ........ ......do ............... 44, 59, 66,
76.
PM
468.0875 .......... ......do ............... 27, 59, 66,
76.
PM
468.09375 ........ ......do ............... 44, 59, 66,
76.
PM
468.100 ............ ......do ............... 59, 66, 76 PM
468.10625 ........ ......do ............... 44, 59, 66,
76.
PM
468.1125 .......... ......do ............... 27, 59, 66,
76.
PM
468.11875 ........ ......do ............... 44, 59, 66,
76.
PM
468.125 ............ ......do ............... 59, 66, 76 PM
468.13125 ........ ......do ............... 44, 59, 66,
76.
PM
468.1375 .......... ......do ............... 27, 59, 66,
76.
PM
468.14375 ........ ......do ............... 44, 59, 66,
76.
PM
468.150 ............ ......do ............... 59, 66, 76 PM
468.15625 ........ ......do ............... 44, 59, 66,
76.
PM
468.1625 .......... ......do ............... 27, 59, 66,
76.
PM
468.16875 ........ ......do ............... 44, 59, 66,
76.
PM
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PUBLIC SAFETY POOL FREQUENCY TABLE—
Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
468.175 ............ ......do ............... 59, 66, 76 PM
468.18125 ........ ......do ............... 44, 59, 66,
76.
PM
468.1875 .......... ......do ............... 27, 59, 66,
76.
PM
468.19375 ........ ......do ............... 44, 59, 66,
76.
PM
470 to 512 ........ Base or mobile 68 ............ PX
806 to 824 ........ Mobile .............. 69.
851 to 859 ........ Base or mobile 69.
928 and above Operational
fixed.
70.
929 to 930 ........ Base only ......... 71.
1,427 to 1,435 .. Operational
fixed, base,
or mobile.
72.
2,450 to 2,500 .. Base or mobile 73.
10,550 to
10,680.
......do ............... 74.
(d) Expl anati on of assi gnment l i mi ta-
ti ons appeari ng i n the frequency tabl e
of paragraph (c)(3) of thi s secti on:
(1) Thi s frequency i s avai l abl e for use
by Travel ers’ I nformati on Stati ons i n
accordance wi th §90.242.
(2) The frequency i s avai l abl e for as-
si gnment onl y i n accordance wi th a
geographi cal assi gnment pl an.
(3) Base stati ons operati ng on thi s
frequency and renderi ng servi ce to
state pol i ce mobi l e uni ts may be au-
thori zed to use a maxi mum output
power i n excess of the maxi mum i ndi -
cated i n §90.205 but not i n excess of 7500
watts: Provi ded, That such operati on i s
secondary to other stati ons.
(4) The use of thi s frequency i s on a
secondary basi s to any Canadi an sta-
ti on.
(5) I n addi ti on to base and mobi l e
stati ons, thi s frequency may be as-
si gned to fi xed stati ons on a secondary
basi s to base or mobi l e stati ons. Upon
a showi ng of need, the use of a second
frequency i n the band 2505–3500 kHz
may be made avai l abl e to govern-
mental enti ti es through appropri ate
arrangements wi th F ederal Govern-
ment agenci es for restri cted area use
on a shared basi s wi th maxi mum power
output, emi ssi on, and hours of oper-
ati on determi ned on the basi s of the
techni cal condi ti ons i nvol ved i n usi ng
the sel ected frequency i n the parti cul ar
area.
(6) Onl y the central governments of
the fi fty i ndi vi dual States, the Di stri ct
of Col umbi a, and the i nsul ar areas of
the Commonweal th of the Northern
Mari ana I sl ands, the Commonweal th of
Puerto Ri co, and the uni ncorporated
terri tori es of Ameri can Samoa, Guam
and the Uni ted States Vi rgi n I sl ands
are el i gi bl e to be l i censed to use thi s
spectrum, and then onl y for di saster
communi cati ons purposes. L i censees
may not use thi s spectrum to provi de
operati onal communi cati ons ci rcui ts.
See al so, §90.264.
(7) Thi s frequency i s shared wi th the
I ndustri al /Busi ness Pool .
(8) Thi s frequency i s avai l abl e for as-
si gnment onl y i n accordance wi th a
geographi cal assi gnment pl an. Thi s fre-
quency may be used for conservati on
acti vi ti es on a secondary basi s to any
stati on usi ng the frequency for forest
fi re preventi on, detecti on, and suppres-
si on.
(9) Thi s frequency i s reserved pri -
mari l y for assi gnment to state l i cens-
ees. Assi gnments to other l i censees
wi l l be made onl y where the frequency
i s requi red for coordi nated operati on
wi th the State system to whi ch the fre-
quency i s assi gned. Any request for
such assi gnment must be supported by
a statement from the State system
concerned, i ndi cati ng that the assi gn-
ment i s necessary for coordi nati on of
acti vi ti es.
(10) A l i censee regul arl y conducti ng
two-way communi cati on operati ons on
thi s frequency may, on a secondary
basi s, al so transmi t one-way al ert-pag-
i ng si gnal s to ambul ance and rescue
squad personnel .
(11) The maxi mum output power of
any transmi tter authori zed to operate
on thi s frequency shal l not exceed 10
watts.
(12) Thi s frequency i s avai l abl e i n
thi s servi ce onl y to persons el i gi bl e
under the provi si ons of paragraph
(a)(2)(v) of thi s secti on for operati on of
transmi tters havi ng a maxi mum power
output of three watts usi ng A1A, A1D,
A2B, A2D, F 1B, F 1D, F 2B, F 2D, G1B,
G1D, G2B, or G2D emi ssi on. Thi s fre-
quency i s al so avai l abl e i n the I ndus-
tri al /Busi ness Pool on a co-equal basi s
wi th the Publ i c Safety l i censees.
(13) Thi s frequency wi l l be assi gned
onl y for one-way pagi ng communi ca-
ti ons to mobi l e recei vers. Trans-
mi ssi ons for the purpose of acti vati ng
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or control l i ng remote obj ects on thi s
frequency are not authori zed.
(14) The maxi mum output power of
any transmi tter authori zed to operate
on thi s frequency, after J une 1, 1956,
shal l not exceed two watts. L i censees
hol di ng a val i d authori zati on as of
J une 1, 1956, for base or mobi l e stati on
operati on on thi s frequency, wi th a
power i n excess of two watts, may con-
ti nue to be authori zed for such oper-
ati on wi thout regard to thi s power l i m-
i tati on.
(15) Thi s frequency i s reserved for as-
si gnment to stati ons for i ntersystem
operati ons onl y: Provi ded, however,
That l i censees hol di ng a val i d author-
i zati on to use thi s frequency for l ocal
base or mobi l e operati ons as of J une 1,
1956, may conti nue to be authori zed for
such use.
(16) Thi s frequency i s reserved pri -
mari l y for assi gnment to state pol i ce
l i censees. Assi gnments to other pol i ce
l i censees wi l l be made onl y where the
frequency i s requi red for coordi nated
operati on wi th the state pol i ce system
to whi ch the frequency i s assi gned.
Any request for such assi gnment must
be supported by a statement from the
state pol i ce system concerned i ndi cat-
i ng that the assi gnment i s necessary
for coordi nati on of pol i ce acti vi ti es.
(17) I n the State of Al aska onl y, the
frequency 42.40 MHz i s avai l abl e for as-
si gnment on a pri mary basi s to sta-
ti ons i n the Common Carri er Rural
Radi o Servi ce uti l i zi ng meteor burst
communi cati ons. The frequency may
be used by pri vate radi o stati ons for
meteor burst communi cati ons on a sec-
ondary, noni nterference basi s. Usage
shal l be i n accordance wi th part 22 of
thi s chapter or part 90. Stati ons uti l i z-
i ng meteor burst communi cati ons shal l
not cause harmful i nterference to sta-
ti ons of other radi o servi ces operati ng
i n accordance wi th the al l ocati on
tabl e.
(18) No new l i censes wi l l be granted
for one-way pagi ng under §90.487 for
use on thi s frequency after August 1,
1980. Thi s frequency i s avai l abl e to per-
sons el i gi bl e for stati on l i censes under
the provi si ons of paragraph (a)(2)(v) of
thi s secti on on a co-equal basi s wi th
one-way pagi ng users under §90.487
pri or to August 1, 1985, and on a pri -
mary basi s after August 1, 1985. Onl y
A1A, A1D, A2B, A2D, F 1B, F 1D, F 2B,
F 2D, G1B, G1D, G2B, G2D emi ssi ons
and power not exceedi ng 10 watts wi l l
be authori zed. Antennas havi ng gai n
greater than 0 dBd wi l l not be author-
i zed. Transmi ssi ons shal l not exceed
two seconds durati on.
(19) Thi s frequency i s reserved for as-
si gnment to stati ons i n thi s servi ce for
i ntersystem operati ons onl y and these
operati ons must be pri mari l y base-mo-
bi l e communi cati ons.
(20) I n the State of Al aska onl y, the
frequency 45.90 MHz i s avai l abl e for as-
si gnment on a pri mary basi s to pri vate
l and mobi l e radi o stati ons uti l i zi ng
meteor burst communi cati ons. The fre-
quency may be used by common carri er
stati ons for meteor burst communi ca-
ti ons on a secondary, noni nterference
basi s. Usage shal l be i n accordance
wi th part 22 of thi s chapter and part 90.
Stati ons uti l i zi ng meteor burst com-
muni cati ons shal l not cause harmful
i nterference to stati ons of other radi o
servi ces operati ng i n accordance wi th
the al l ocati on tabl e.
(21) Thi s frequency wi l l be assi gned
onl y i n accordance wi th a geographi cal
assi gnment pl an and i s reserved pri -
mari l y for assi gnment to Hi ghway
mai ntenance systems operated by
states. The use of thi s frequency by
other Hi ghway mai ntenance l i censees
wi l l be authori zed onl y where such use
i s necessary to coordi nate acti vi ti es
wi th the parti cul ar state to whi ch the
frequency i s assi gned. Any request for
such use must be supported by a state-
ment from the state concerned.
(22) Notwi thstandi ng the provi si ons
of paragraph (d)(21) of thi s secti on, thi s
frequency may be used by any l i censees
i n the Publ i c Safety Pool wi thout a
separate l i cense for the purpose of op-
erati ng sel f-powered vehi cl e detectors
for traffi c control and safety purposes,
on a secondary basi s, i n accordance
wi th §90.269.
(23) Thus frequency i s reserved for as-
si gnment onl y to nati onal organi za-
ti ons el i gi bl e for di saster rel i ef oper-
ati ons under paragraph (a)(2)(vi i ) of
thi s secti on.
(24) Assi gnment and use of fre-
quenci es i n the band 72–76 MHz are gov-
erned by §90.257 for operati onal -fi xed
stati ons and by §90.241 for emergency
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47 CFR Ch. I (10–1–98 Edition) §90.20
cal l box operati ons. Speci fi c fre-
quenci es are l i sted at §90.257(a)(1).
(25) Thi s frequency i s avai l abl e to
Publ i c Safety Pool l i censees for fi re
cal l box operati ons on a shared basi s i n
I ndustri al /Busi ness Pool . Al l commu-
ni cati ons on thi s frequency must be
conducted wi th persons or organi za-
ti ons charged wi th speci fi c fi re protec-
ti on responsi bi l i ty. Al l operati ons on
thi s frequency are subj ect to the provi -
si ons of §90.257(b).
(26) Assi gnment of frequenci es i n thi s
band are subj ect to the provi si ons of
§90.173. L i censees as of August 18, 1995
who operate systems i n the 150–170 MHz
band that are 2.5 kHz removed from
regul arl y assi gnabl e frequenci es may
conti nue to operate on a secondary,
non-i nterference basi s after August 1,
2003.
(27) Thi s frequency wi l l be assi gned
wi th an authori zed bandwi dth not to
exceed 11.25 kHz. I n the 450–470 MHz
band, secondary tel emetry operati ons
pursuant to §90.238(e) wi l l be author-
i zed on thi s frequency.
(28) Thi s frequency i s not avai l abl e
for assi gnment i n thi s servi ce i n Puer-
to Ri co or the Vi rgi n I sl ands.
(29) Thi s frequency i s removed by 22.5
kHz from frequenci es assi gned to other
radi o servi ces. Uti l i zati on of thi s fre-
quency may resul t i n, as wel l as be sub-
j ect to, i nterference under certai n op-
erati ng condi ti ons. I n consi deri ng the
use of thi s frequency, adj acent channel
operati ons shoul d be taken i nto consi d-
erati on. I f i nterference occurs, the l i -
censee may be requi red to take the
necessary steps to resol ve the probl em.
See §90.173(b).
(30) Thi s frequency wi l l be authori zed
a channel bandwi dth of 25 kHz.
(31) The maxi mum output power of
any transmi tter authori zed to operate
on thi s frequency shal l not exceed 100
watts. Stati ons authori zed pri or to
J ul y 15, 1992 for fi xed operati ons wi l l be
permi tted to conti nue such operati ons,
but at a maxi mum transmi tter power
output of 10 watts.
(32) The maxi mum effecti ve radi ated
power (ERP) may not exceed 20 watts
for fi xed stati ons and 2 watts for mo-
bi l e stati ons. The hei ght of the an-
tenna system may not exceed 15.24 me-
ters (50 ft.) above ground. Al l such op-
erati on i s on a secondary basi s to adj a-
cent channel l and mobi l e operati ons.
(33) F or F M transmi tters, the sum of
the hi ghest modul ati ng frequency i n
Hertz and the amount of the frequency
devi ati on or swi ng i n Hertz may not
exceed 2800 Hz and the maxi mum devi -
ati on may not exceed 2.5 kHz. F or AM
transmi tters, the hi ghest modul ati on
frequency may not exceed 2000 Hz. The
carri er frequency must be mai ntai ned
wi thi n .0005 percent of the center of the
frequency band, and the authori zed
bandwi dth may not exceed 6 kHz.
(34) Thi s frequency i s avai l abl e on a
shared basi s wi th the I ndustri al /Busi -
ness Pool for remote control and te-
l emetry operati ons.
(35) Operati onal fi xed stati ons must
empl oy di recti onal antennas havi ng a
front-to-back rati o of at l east 20 dB.
Omni di recti onal antennas havi ng uni ty
gai n may be empl oyed for stati ons
communi cati ng wi th at l east three re-
cei vi ng l ocati ons separated by 160 de-
grees of azi muth.
(36) The maxi mum power output of
the transmi tter may not exceed 50
watts for fi xed stati ons and 1 watt for
mobi l e stati ons. A1A, A1D, A2B, A2D,
F 1B, F 1D, F 2D, G1B, G1D, G2B, or G2D
emi ssi on may be authori zed.
(37) Use of thi s frequency i s l i mi ted
to stati ons l ocated at l east 120.7 km (75
mi l es) from the center of any urbani zed
area of 200,000 or more popul ati on (U.S.
Census of Popul ati on 1970). Operati on
i s on a secondary basi s to l i censees of
the I ndustri al /Busi ness Pool .
(38) A l i censee regul arl y conducti ng
two-way communi cati ons operati ons
on thi s frequency may, on a secondary
basi s, al so transmi t one-way al ert-pag-
i ng si gnal s to ambul ance and rescue
squad personnel .
(39) I n addi ti on to other authori zed
uses, the use of F 1B, F 1D, F 2B or F 2D
emi ssi on i s permi tted on thi s frequency
for the operati on of bi omedi cal tel em-
etry systems except i n the fol l owi ng
geographi c l ocati ons:
(i ) New Y ork, N.Y .-Northeastern New
J ersey; L os Angel es-L ong Beach, Cal i f.;
Chi cago, I l l .-Northwestern I ndi ana;
Phi l adel phi a, Pa.-N.J .; Detroi t, Mi ch.;
San F ranci sco-Oakl and, Cal i f.; Boston,
Mass.; Washi ngton, D.C.-Md.-Va.;
Cl evel and, Ohi o; St. L oui s, Mo.-I l l .;
Pi ttsburgh, Pa.; Mi nneapol i s-St. Paul ,
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Mi nn.; Houston, Tex.; Bal ti more, Md.;
Dal l as, Tex.; Mi l waukee, Wi s.; Seattl e-
Everett, Wash.; Mi ami , F l a.; San
Di ego, Cal i f.; Atl anta, Ga.; Ci nci nnati ,
Ohi o-Ky.; Kansas Ci ty, Mo.-Kans.; Buf-
fal o, N.Y .; Denver, Col o.; San J ose,
Cal i f.; New Orl eans, L a.; Phoeni x,
Ari z.; Portl and, Oreg.-Wash.; I ndi anap-
ol i s, I nd.; Provi dence-Pawtucket-War-
wi ck, R.I .-Mass.; Col umbus, Ohi o; San
Antoni o, Tex.; L oui svi l l e, Ky.-I nd.;
Dayton, Ohi o; F orth Worth, Tex.; Nor-
fol k-Portsmouth, Va.; Memphi s, Tenn.-
Mi ss.; Sacramento, Cal i f.; F ort L auder-
dal e-Hol l ywood, F l a.; Rochester, N.Y .;
Tampa-St. Petersburg, F l a;
(i i ) The conti nuous carri er mode of
operati on may be used for tel emetry
transmi ssi ons on thi s frequency for pe-
ri ods up to two-mi nutes durati on; fol -
l owi ng whi ch there must be a break i n
the carri er for at l east a one-mi nute
peri od; and
(i i i ) Geographi cal coordi nates for the
above-l i sted urbani zed areas may be
found at Tabl e 1 of §90.635.
(40) Thi s frequency may be des-
i gnated by common consent as an
i ntersystem mutual assi stance fre-
quency under an area-wi de medi cal
communi cati ons pl an.
(41) Thi s frequency i s avai l abl e na-
ti onwi de for use i n pol i ce emergency
communi cati ons networks operated
under statewi de l aw enforcement emer-
gency communi cati ons pl ans.
(42) Thi s frequency may not be as-
si gned wi thi n 161 km (100 mi l es) of New
Orl eans (coordi nates 29°56′53″ N and
90°04′10″ W).
(43) Thi s frequency i s reserved for as-
si gnment for use i n hi ghway mai nte-
nance systems operated by l i censes
other than States.
(44) Thi s frequency wi l l be assi gned
wi th an authori zed bandwi dth not to
exceed 6 kHz.
(45) Operati ons on thi s frequency are
l i mi ted to 30 watts transmi tter output
power.
(46) Thi s frequency i s shared wi th the
I ndustri al /Busi ness Pool i n Puerto Ri co
and the Vi rgi n I sl ands.
(47) Thi s frequency may be assi gned
to stati ons i n the Publ i c Safety Pool ,
onl y at poi nts wi thi n 240 km. (150 mi .)
of New Y ork, N.Y .
(48) F requenci es i n thi s band wi l l be
assi gned for l ow power wi rel ess mi cro-
phones i n accordance wi th the provi -
si ons of §90.265.
(49) Thi s frequency wi l l be assi gned
onl y to l i censees di rectl y responsi bl e
for the preventi on, detecti on, and sup-
pressi on of forest fi res, on a secondary
basi s to any U.S. Government stati on.
(50) Thi s frequency wi l l be assi gned
for use onl y i n areas west of the Mi s-
si ssi ppi Ri ver.
(51) Thi s frequency wi l l be assi gned
for use onl y i n areas east of the Mi s-
si ssi ppi .
(52) I n addi ti on to agenci es respon-
si bl e for forest fi re preventi on, detec-
ti on, and suppressi on, thi s frequency
may be assi gned to conservati on agen-
ci es whi ch do not have forest fi re re-
sponsi bi l i ti es on a secondary basi s to
any U.S. Government stati ons, Pro-
vided, That such assi gnment i s nec-
essary to permi t mobi l e rel ay oper-
ati on by such agenci es.
(53) Thi s frequency i s subj ect to the
provi si ons of paragraph (e)(6) of thi s
secti on.
(54) F or F M transmi tters, the sum of
the hi ghest modul ati ng frequency i n
hertz and the amount of the frequency
devi ati on or swi ng i n hertz may not ex-
ceed 1700 Hz and the maxi mum devi -
ati on may not exceed 1.2 kHz. F or AM
transmi tters, the hi ghest modul ati ng
frequency may not exceed 1200 Hz. The
carri er frequency must be mai ntai ned
wi thi n .0005 percent of the center of the
frequency band, and the authori zed
bandwi dth may not exceed 3 kHz.
(55) Subpart T of thi s part contai ns
rul es for assi gnment of frequenci es i n
the 220–222 MHz band.
(56) The frequenci es avai l abl e for use
at fi xed stati ons i n thi s band and the
requi rements for assi gnment are set
forth i n §90.261. Operati on on these fre-
quenci es i s secondary to stati ons i n the
I ndustri al /Busi ness Pool where they
are assi gned for l and mobi l e oper-
ati ons.
(57) Thi s frequency i s avai l abl e for
systems fi rst l i censed pri or to August
18, 1995. No new systems wi l l be author-
i zed after August 18, 1995, but pri or au-
thori zed systems may be modi fi ed, ex-
panded, and renewed.
(58) Thi s frequency i s avai l abl e for
systems fi rst l i censed pri or to March
31, 1980, for radi o cal l box communi ca-
ti ons rel ated to safety on hi ghways i n
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47 CFR Ch. I (10–1–98 Edition) §90.20
accordance wi th the provi si ons of
§90.241(c). No new systems wi l l be au-
thori zed of thi s nature, but systems au-
thori zed pri or to March 31, 1980 may be
modi fi ed, expanded, and renewed.
(59) The conti nuous carri er mode of
operati on may be used for tel emetry
transmi ssi on on thi s frequency.
(60) Pagi ng l i censees as of March 20,
1991, may conti nue to operate on a pri -
mary basi s unti l J anuary 14, 1998.
(61) Hi ghway radi o cal l box oper-
ati ons fi rst l i censed pri or to March 31,
1980 on thi s frequency may conti nue to
operate i n accordance wi th paragraph
(d)(58) of thi s secti on.
(62) Thi s frequency i s al so authori zed
for use for operati ons i n bi omedi cal te-
l emetry stati ons. F I B, F I D, F 2B, F 2D,
F 3E, G1B, G1D, G2B, G2D, and G3E
emi ssi ons may be authori zed for bi o-
medi cal transmi ssi ons.
(63) Avai l abl e for medi cal servi ces
mobi l e operati ons i n the Publ i c Safety
Pool i n accordance wi th paragraph
(d)(61) of thi s secti on.
(64) Use of thi s frequency i s on a sec-
ondary basi s and subj ect to the provi -
si ons of §90.267 (a)(3), (a)(4), (a)(5), and
(a)(7).
(65) Thi s frequency i s pri mari l y au-
thori zed for use i n the di spatch of med-
i cal care vehi cl es and personnel for the
rendi ti on or del i very of medi cal serv-
i ces. Thi s frequency may al so be as-
si gned for i ntra-system and i nter-sys-
tem mutual assi stance purposes. F or
uni formi ty i n usage these frequency
pai rs may be referred to by channel
name as fol l ows:
Frequencies base and mobile
(megahertz)
Mobile only
(MHz)
Channel
name
462.950 ................................... 467.950 MED–9
462.95625 ............................... 467.95625 MED–91
462.9625 ................................. 467.9625 MED–92
462.96875 ............................... 467.96875 MED–93
462.975 ................................... 467.975 MED–10
462.98125 ............................... 467.98125 MED–101
462.9875 ................................. 467.9875 MED–102
462.99375 ............................... 467.99375 MED–103
(66) F or appl i cati ons for new radi o
systems, the thi rty-two frequency
pai rs l i sted i n paragraph (d)(66)(i ) of
thi s secti on wi l l be assi gned i n a bl ock
for shared operati on under
§90.20(a)(1)(i i i ) or §90.20(a)(2)(xi i i ) sub-
j ect to the fol l owi ng:
(i ) F or uni formi ty i n usage, these fre-
quency pai rs may be referred to by
channel name as fol l ows:
Frequencies base and mobile
(megahertz)
Mobile only
(MHz)
Channel
name
463.000 ................................... 468.000 MED–1
463.00625 ............................... 468.00625 MED–11
463.0125 ................................. 468.0125 MED–12
463.01875 ............................... 468.01875 MED–13
463.025 ................................... 468.025 MED–2
463.03125 ............................... 468.03125 MED–21
463.0375 ................................. 468.0375 MED–22
463.04375 ............................... 468.04375 MED–23
463.050 ................................... 468.050 MED–3
463.05625 ............................... 468.05625 MED–31
463.0625 ................................. 468.0625 MED–32
463.06875 ............................... 468.06875 MED–33
46.075 ..................................... 46.075 MED–4
463.08125 ............................... 468.08125 MED–41
463.0875 ................................. 468.0875 MED–42
463.09375 ............................... 468.09375 MED–43
463.100 ................................... 468.100 MED–5
463.10625 ............................... 468.10625 MED–51
463.1125 ................................. 468.1125 MED–52
463.11875 ............................... 468.11875 MED–53
463.125 ................................... 468.125 MED–6
463.13125 ............................... 468.13125 MED–61
463.1375 ................................. 468.1375 MED–62
463.14375 ............................... 468.14375 MED–63
463.150 ................................... 468.150 MED–7
463.15625 ............................... 468.15625 MED–71
463.1625 ................................. 468.1625 MED–72
463.16875 ............................... 468.16875 MED–73
463.175 ................................... 468.175 MED–8
463.18125 ............................... 468.18125 MED–81
463.1875 ................................. 468.1875 MED–82
463.19375 ............................... 468.19375 MED–83
(i i ) Except as provi ded i n paragraphs
(d)(66) (i i i ) and (i v) of thi s secti on, mo-
bi l e or portabl e stati ons must empl oy
equi pment that i s both wi red and
equi pped to transmi t/recei ve, respec-
ti vel y, on each of these MED frequency
pai rs wi th transmi tters operated on
the 468 MHz frequenci es.
(i i i ) Portabl e (hand-hel d) uni ts oper-
ated wi th a maxi mum output power of
2.5 watts are exempted from the mul ti -
channel equi pment requi rements speci -
fi ed i n paragraph (d)(66)(i i ) of thi s sec-
ti on.
(i v) Stati ons l ocated i n areas above
l i ne A, as defi ned i n §90.7 wi l l be re-
qui red to meet mul ti -channel equi p-
ment requi rements onl y for those fre-
quenci es up to the number speci fi ed i n
paragraph (d)(66)(i i ) of thi s secti on that
have been assi gned and coordi nated
wi th Canada i n accordance wi th the ap-
pl i cabl e U.S.-Canada agreement.
(67) Thi s frequency i s authori zed for
use onl y for operati ons i n bi omedi cal
tel emetry stati ons. F 1B, F 1D, F 2B,
F 2D, F 3E, G1B, G1D, G2B, G2D and G3E
emi ssi ons may be authori zed. Enti ti es
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Federal Communications Commission §90.20
el i gi bl e i n the Publ i c Safety Pool may
use thi s frequency on a secondary basi s
for any other permi ssi bl e communi ca-
ti ons consi stent wi th §90.20(a)(1)(i i i ) or
§90.20(a)(2)(xi i i ).
(68) Subpart L of thi s part contai ns
rul es for assi gnment of frequenci es i n
the 470–512 MHz band.
(69) Subpart S of thi s part contai ns
rul es for assi gnment of frequenci es i n
the 806–824 MHz and 851–869 MHz bands.
(70) Assi gnment of frequenci es above
928 MHz for operati onal -fi xed stati ons
i s governed by part 94 of thi s chapter.
(71) F requenci es i n thi s band are
avai l abl e onl y for one-way pagi ng oper-
ati ons i n accordance wi th §90.494.
(72) Thi s frequency band i s avai l abl e
to stati ons i n thi s servi ce subj ect to
the provi si ons of §90.259.
(73) Avai l abl e onl y on a shared basi s
wi th stati ons i n other servi ces, and
subj ect to no protecti on from i nter-
ference due to the operati on of i ndus-
tri al , sci enti fi c, or medi cal (I SM) de-
vi ces. I n the 2483.5–2500 MHz band, no
appl i cati ons for new stati ons or modi -
fi cati on to exi sti ng stati ons to i ncrease
the number of transmi tters wi l l be ac-
cepted. Exi sti ng l i censees as of J ul y 25,
1985, or on a subsequent date fol l owi ng
as a resul t of submi tti ng an appl i cati on
for l i cense on or before J ul y 25, 1985,
are grandfathered and thei r operati on
i s co-pri mary wi th the Radi odetermi n-
ati on Satel l i te Servi ce.
(74) Thi s band i s avai l abl e for Di gi tal
Termi nati on Systems and for associ -
ated i nternodal l i nks i n the Poi nt-to-
Poi nt Mi crowave Radi o Servi ce. No
new l i censes wi l l be i ssued under thi s
subpart but current l i censes wi l l be re-
newed.
(75) Appropri ate frequenci es i n the
band 2000–3000 kHz whi ch are des-
i gnated i n part 80 of thi s chapter as
avai l abl e to Publ i c Shi p Stati ons for
tel ephone communi cati ons wi th Publ i c
Coast Stati ons may be assi gned on a
secondary basi s to fi xed Stati ons i n the
Publ i c Safety Pool for communi cati on
wi th Publ i c Coast Stati ons onl y, pro-
vi ded such stati ons are l ocated i n the
Uni ted States and the fol l owi ng condi -
ti ons are met:
(i ) That such fi xed stati on i s estab-
l i shed pursuant to the el i gi bi l i ty provi -
si ons of (§90.47) and that the i sol ated
area i nvol ved i s an i sl and or other l oca-
ti on not more than 480 km (300 statute
mi l es) removed from the desi red;
(i i ) That evi dence i s submi tted show-
i ng that an arrangement has been
made wi th the coast stati on l i censee
for the handl i ng of emergency commu-
ni cati ons permi tted by §80.453 of thi s
chapter and §90.20(a)(2)(x)(C); and
(i i i ) That operati on of the Publ i c
Safety fi xed stati on shal l at no ti me
confl i ct wi th any provi si on of part 80 of
thi s chapter and further, that such op-
erati on i n general shal l conform to the
practi ces empl oyed by Publ i c Shi p Sta-
ti ons for radi otel ephone communi ca-
ti on wi th the same Publ i c Coast Sta-
ti on.
(76) Thi s frequency i s authori zed onl y
for communi cati ons between medi cal
faci l i ti es vehi cl es and personnel rel at-
ed to medi cal supervi si on and i nstruc-
ti on for the treatment and transport of
pati ents i n the rendi ti on or del i very of
medi cal servi ces. F 1B, F 1D, F 2B, F 2D,
G1B, G1D, G2B, F 3E and G3E emi ssi ons
are authori zed. Publ i c Safety enti ti es
may use thi s frequency on a secondary
basi s for any other permi ssi bl e commu-
ni cati ons consi stent wi th
§90.20(a)(1)(i i i ) or §90.20(a)(2)(xi i i ).
(e) Additional frequencies available. I n
addi ti on to the frequenci es shown i n
the frequency tabl e of thi s secti on, the
fol l owi ng frequenci es are avai l abl e i n
thi s servi ce. (See al so §90.253.)
(1) Substi tuti on of frequenci es avai l -
abl e bel ow 25 MHz may be made i n ac-
cordance wi th the provi si ons of §90.263.
(2) F requenci es i n the band 73.0–74.6
MHz may be assi gned to stati ons au-
thori zed thei r use on or before Decem-
ber 1, 1961, but no new stati ons wi l l be
authori zed i n thi s band, nor wi l l expan-
si on of exi sti ng systems be permi tted.
See al so §90.257.
(3) The frequency bands 31.99 to 32.00
MHz, 33.00 to 33.01 MHz, 33.99 to 34.00
MHz, 37.93 to 38.00 MHz, 39.00 to 39.01
MHz, 39.99 to 40.00 MHz and 42.00 to
42.01 MHz, are avai l abl e for assi gnment
for devel opmental operati on subj ect to
the provi si ons of subpart Q of thi s part.
(4) F requenci es i n the 421–430 MHz
band are avai l abl e i n the Detroi t,
Cl evel and, and Buffal o areas i n accord-
ance wi th the rul es i n §§90.273 through
90.281.
(5) A Pol i ce l i censee may use trans-
mi tters on the frequenci es i ndi cated
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bel ow i n connecti on wi th offi ci al pol i ce
acti vi ti es wi thout speci fi c authori za-
ti on from the Commi ssi on, provi ded
that such use shal l be on a secondary
basi s and shal l not cause harmful i n-
terference to servi ces of other l i censees
operati ng on regul arl y assi gned fre-
quenci es, and further provi ded that al l
such use compl i es wi th the requi re-
ments of F ederal , State and l ocal l aws.
The provi si ons of §90.429 shal l not
appl y to transmi tters authori zed under
thi s paragraph. To be el i gi bl e for oper-
ati ons i n thi s manner, the transmi tter
must compl y wi th al l of the fol l owi ng
requi rements.
(i ) I n accordance wi th §90.203 and
§2.803 of thi s chapter, the transmi tter
must be of a type whi ch has been cer-
ti fi cated by the Commi ssi on.
(i i ) The carri er frequency shal l be
wi thi n the bands l i sted bel ow and must
be mai ntai ned wi thi n 0.005 percent of
the frequency of operati on. Use on as-
si gned channel center frequenci es i s
not requi red.
30.85–30.87 MHz
30.89–30.91 MHz
30.93–30.95 MHz
30.97–30.99 MHz
31.01–31.03 MHz
31.05–31.07 MHz
31.09–31.11 MHz
31.13–31.15 MHz
31.17–31.19 MHz
31.21–31.23 MHz
31.25–31.27 MHz
31.29–31.31 MHz
31.33–31.35 MHz
31.37–31.39 MHz
31.41–31.43 MHz
31.45–31.47 MHz
31.49–31.51 MHz
31.53–31.55 MHz
31.57–31.59 MHz
31.61–31.63 MHz
31.65–31.67 MHz
31.69–31.71 MHz
31.73–31.75 MHz
31.77–31.79 MHz
31.81–31.83 MHz
31.85–31.87 MHz
31.89–31.91 MHz
31.93–31.95 MHz
31.97–32.00 MHz
33.00–33.03 MHz
33.05–33.07 MHz
33.41–34.00 MHz
37.00–37.43 MHz
37.89–38.00 MHz
39.00–40.00 MHz
42.00–42.91 MHz
44.61–45.91 MHz
45.93–45.95 MHz
45.97–45.99 MHz
46.01–46.03 MHz
46.05–46.60 MHz
47.00–47.41 MHz
150.995–151.490 MHz
153.740–154.445 MHz
154.635–155.195 MHz
155.415–156.250 MHz
158.715–159.465 MHz
453.0125–453.9875 MHz
458.0125–458.9875 MHz
460.0125–460.5125 MHz
460.5625–460.6375 MHz
462.9375–462.9875 MHz
465.0125–465.5125 MHz
465.5625–465.6375 MHz
467.9375–467.9875 MHz
(i i i ) The emi tted si gnal shal l be non-
voi ce modul ati on (type PO emi ssi on).
(i v) The maxi mum occupi ed band-
wi dth, contai ni ng 99 percent of the ra-
di ated power, shal l not exceed 2.0 kHz.
(v) The transmi tter output power
shal l not exceed a mean power of 30
mW nor shal l any peak exceed 1 watt
peak power, as measured i nto a 50 ohm
resi sti ve l oad. Shoul d the transmi tter
be suppl i ed wi th a permanentl y at-
tached antenna or shoul d the transmi t-
ter and antenna combi nati on be con-
tai ned i n a seal ed uni t, the fol l owi ng
standard may be used i n l i eu of the
above: the fi el d strength of the fun-
damental si gnal of the transmi tter and
antenna combi nati on shal l not exceed
0.4 V/m mean or 2.3 V/m peak when
measured at a di stance of 3 meters.
(vi ) The transmi tter shal l contai n
posi ti ve means to l i mi t the trans-
mi ssi on ti me to no more than 10 days.
I n the event of a mal functi on of thi s
posi ti ve means, the transmi tter si gnal
shal l cease. The use of battery l i fe to
accompl i sh the transmi ssi on ti me l i mi -
tati on i s permi ssi bl e.
(6) The frequency 173.075 MHz i s
avai l abl e for stol en vehi cl e recovery
systems on a shared basi s wi th the
F ederal Government. Stol en vehi cl e re-
covery systems are l i mi ted to recover-
i ng stol en vehi cl es and are not author-
i zed for general purpose vehi cl e track-
i ng or moni tori ng. Mobi l e transmi tters
operati ng on thi s frequency are l i mi ted
to 2.5 watts power output and base
transmi tters are l i mi ted 300 watts
ERP. F 1D and F 2D emi ssi ons may be
used wi thi n a maxi mum authori zed 20
kHz bandwi dth. Transmi ssi ons from
mobi l es shal l be l i mi ted to 200 mi l l i -
seconds every 10 seconds, except that
when a vehi cl e i s bei ng tracked ac-
ti vel y, transmi ssi ons may be i ncreased
to 200 mi l l i seconds every second.
Transmi ssi ons from base stati ons wi l l
be l i mi ted to a total ti me of 1 second
every mi nute. Appl i cati ons for base
stati ons operati ng on thi s frequency
shal l requi re coordi nati on wi th the
F ederal Government. Appl i cants shal l
perform an anal ysi s for each base sta-
ti on l ocated wi thi n 169 km (105 mi l es)
of a TV channel 7 transmi tter of poten-
ti al i nterference to TV channel 7 vi ew-
ers. Such stati ons wi l l be authori zed i f
the appl i cant has l i mi ted the i nter-
ference contour to fewer than 100 resi -
dences or i f the appl i cant:
(i ) Shows that the proposed si te i s
the onl y sui tabl e l ocati on;
(i i ) Devel ops a pl an to control any i n-
terference caused to TV recepti on from
the operati ons; and
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(i i i ) Agrees to make such adj ust-
ments i n the TV recei vers affected as
may be necessary to el i mi nate i nter-
ference caused by i ts operati ons. The
l i censee must el i mi nate any i nter-
ference caused by i ts operati on to TV
channel 7 recepti on wi thi n 30 days of
the ti me i t i s noti fi ed i n wri ti ng by the
Commi ssi on. I f thi s i nterference i s not
removed wi thi n the 30-day peri od, oper-
ati on of the base stati on must be di s-
conti nued. The l i censee i s expected to
hel p resol ve al l compl ai nts of i nter-
ference.
(f) L imitation on number of frequencies
assignable. Normal l y onl y two fre-
quenci es or pai rs of frequenci es i n the
pai red frequency mode of operati on
wi l l be assi gned for mobi l e servi ce op-
erati ons by a si ngl e appl i cant i n a
gi ven area. The assi gnment of an addi -
ti onal frequency or pai r of frequenci es
wi l l be made onl y upon a sati sfactory
showi ng of need, except that:
(1) Addi ti onal frequenci es above 25
MHz may be assi gned i n connecti on
wi th the operati on of mobi l e repeaters
i n accordance wi th §90.247 notwi th-
standi ng thi s l i mi tati on;
(2) The frequency 39.06 MHz may be
assi gned notwi thstandi ng thi s l i mi ta-
ti on;
(3) F requenci es i n the 25–50 MHz, 150–
170 MHz, 450–512 MHz and 902–928 MHz
bands may be assi gned for the oper-
ati on of L ocati on and Moni tori ng Serv-
i ce (L MS) systems i n accordance wi th
the provi si ons of subpart M of thi s
part, notwi thstandi ng thi s l i mi tati on;
(4) A l i censee of a radi o stati on i n the
Publ i c Safety Radi o Pool may operate
radi o uni ts for the purpose of determi n-
i ng di stance, di recti on, speed, or posi -
ti on by means of a radi ol ocati on devi ce
on any frequency avai l abl e for radi o-
l ocati on purposes wi thout speci fi c au-
thori zati on from the Commi ssi on, pro-
vi ded certi fi cated equi pment or equi p-
ment authori zed pursuant to
§§90.203(b)(4) and (5) i s used and al l
other rul e requi rements are sati sfi ed;
and
(5) A Pol i ce l i censee may use, wi th-
out speci al authori zati on from the
Commi ssi on, any mobi l e servi ce fre-
quency between 40 and 952 MHz, l i sted
i n paragraph (c)(3) of thi s secti on, for
communi cati ons i n connecti on wi th
physi cal survei l l ance, stakeouts, rai ds,
and other such acti vi ti es. Such use
shal l be on a secondary basi s to oper-
ati ons of l i censees regul arl y authori zed
on the assi gned frequenci es. The maxi -
mum output power that may be used
for such communi cati ons i s 2 watts.
Transmi tters, operati ng under thi s pro-
vi si on of the rul es, shal l be exempted
from the stati on i denti fi cati on requi re-
ments of §90.425. Use of frequenci es not
desi gnated by a ‘‘PP’’ i n the coordi na-
tor col umn of the frequency tabl e i n
paragraph (c)(3) of thi s secti on, i s con-
di ti onal on the approval of the coordi -
nator correspondi ng to each frequency.
Spread spectrum transmi tters may be
operated on Publ i c Safety Pool fre-
quenci es between 37 and 952 MHz, pro-
vi di ng that they are certi fi cated by the
Commi ssi on under the provi si ons of
§2.803 of thi s chapter and §90.203, and
meet the fol l owi ng condi ti ons:
(i ) F requency hoppi ng transmi tters
can be operated, wi th a maxi mum out-
put power of 2 watts, on any Publ i c
Safety Pool frequency between 37 and
952 MHz l i sted i n paragraph (c)(3) of
thi s secti on. At l east 20 hoppi ng fre-
quenci es shal l be used and the average
ti me of occupancy on any frequency
shal l not be greater than
1
⁄10 second i n
every 2 seconds;
(i i ) Use of spread spectrum transmi t-
ters under paragraph (f)(4) of thi s sec-
ti on i s subj ect to approval by the appl i -
cabl e frequency coordi nator of the
radi o servi ces of the di stri ct i n whi ch
the l i cense and equi pment are to be
used; and
(i i i ) The use of di rect sequence spread
spectrum equi pment i s al so permi tted.
Equi pment must meet the techni cal
standards of §15.247 of thi s chapter.
(6) I n addi ti on to the frequenci es as-
si gned for mobi l e servi ce operati on,
one base stati on frequency above 152
MHz may be assi gned as a common fre-
quency to al l l i censees i n a parti cul ar
area to permi t i ntersystem commu-
ni cati on between base stati ons or mo-
bi l e stati ons or both. Thi s frequency
use wi l l not be authori zed i n any area
where al l avai l abl e frequenci es are re-
qui red for i ndependent systems.
(7) A l i censee may use, wi thout a spe-
ci fi c authori zati on from the Commi s-
si on, transmi tters on the frequenci es
i ndi cated bel ow i n connecti on wi th
wi l dl i fe tracki ng and/or tel emetry and
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i n connecti on wi th offi ci al forestry-
conservati on acti vi ti es, provi ded that
such use shal l be on a secondary basi s
and shal l not cause harmful i nter-
ference to servi ces of other l i censees
operati ng on regul arl y assi gned fre-
quenci es. The provi si ons of §90.203,
§90.425, and §90.429 shal l not appl y to
transmi tters compl yi ng wi th thi s para-
graph. To be el i gi bl e for operati ons i n
thi s manner, the transmi tter must
compl y wi th al l of the fol l owi ng re-
qui rements.
(i ) The carri er frequency shal l be
wi thi n the bands l i sted bel ow. The car-
ri er frequency must be mai ntai ned
wi thi n 0.005 percent of the frequency of
operati on.
Use on assi gned channel center fre-
quenci es i s not requi red.
(MHZ)
31.17 to 31.19
31.21 to 31.23
31.25 to 31.27
31.29 to 31.31
31.33 to 31.35
31.37 to 31.39
31.41 to 31.43
31.45 to 31.47
31.49 to 31.51
31.53 to 31.55
31.57 to 31.59
31.61 to 31.63
31.65 to 31.67
31.69 to 31.71
31.73 to 31.75
31.77 to 31.79
31.81 to 31.83
31.85 to 31.87
31.89 to 31.91
31.93 to 31.95
31.97 to 31.99
44.63 to 44.65
44.67 to 44.69
44.71 to 44.73
44.75 to 44.77
44.79 to 44.81
44.83 to 44.85
44.87 to 44.89
44.91 to 44.93
44.95 to 44.97
44.99 to 45.01
45.03 to 45.05
151.145 to 151.475
159.225 to 159.465
(i i ) The emi tted si gnal shal l be non-
voi ce modul ati on (A1D, A2D, F 1D, or
F 2D emi ssi on).
(i i i ) The maxi mum occupi ed band-
wi dth, contai ni ng 99 percent of the ra-
di ated power, shal l not exceed 0.25 kHz.
(i v) The transmi tter output power
shal l not exceed a mean power of 5 mW
nor shal l any peak exceed 100 mW peak
power, as measured i nto a permanentl y
attached antenna; or i f the transmi tter
and antenna combi nati on are con-
tai ned i n a seal ed uni t, the fi el d
strength of the fundamental si gnal of
the transmi tter and antenna combi na-
ti on shal l not exceed 0.29 V/m mean or
1.28 V/m peak when measured at a di s-
tance of 3 meters.
(v) The requi rements of §90.175 re-
gardi ng frequency coordi nati on appl y.
(8) An addi ti onal frequency may be
assi gned for pagi ng operati ons from
those frequenci es avai l abl e under para-
graph (d)(13) of thi s secti on.
(9) The frequency 155.340 MHz may be
assi gned as an addi ti onal frequency
when i t i s desi gnated as a mutual as-
si stance frequency as provi ded i n para-
graph (d)(40) of thi s secti on.
(10) Addi ti onal frequenci es may be
assi gned for fi xed stati on operati ons.
(11) The assi gnment of an addi ti onal
frequency or frequenci es may be au-
thori zed notwi thstandi ng thi s l i mi ta-
ti on for common, i ntra-county, i ntra-
fi re-di stri ct, or i ntrastate fi re coordi -
nati on operati ons. The frequency or
frequenci es requested must be i n ac-
cordance wi th a frequency uti l i zati on
pl an, for the area i nvol ved, on fi l e wi th
the Commi ssi on.
[62 F R 18845, Apr. 17, 1997, as amended at 63
F R 36608, J ul y 7, 1998]
EF F ECTI VE DATE NOTE: At 63 F R 36608,
J ul y 7, 1998, §90.20, paragraph (e)(5)(i ), (f)(4)
and (f)(5) were amended by removi ng the
term ‘‘type accepted’’ and addi ng i n i ts pl ace
‘‘certi fi cated’’, effecti ve Oct. 5, 1998.
§90.22 Paging operations.
Pagi ng operati ons may be authori zed
i n thi s servi ce onl y on frequenci es as-
si gned under the provi si ons of §§90.20(d)
(10), (13), (60), and (72). Pagi ng oper-
ati ons on other frequenci es authori zed
before August 15, 1974, may be conti n-
ued onl y i f they do not cause harmful
i nterference to regul ar operati ons on
the same frequenci es. Such pagi ng op-
erati ons may be renewed i ndefi ni tel y
on a secondary basi s to regul ar oper-
ati ons, except wi thi n 125 ki l ometers (75
mi .) of the fol l owi ng urbani zed areas:
Urbanized area
North
latitude
West
longitude
New York, NY-Northeastern NJ ..... 40–45–06 73–59–39
Los Angeles-Long Beach, CA ....... 34–03–15 118–14–28
Chicago, IL ..................................... 41–52–28 87–38–22
Philadelphia, PA–NJ ...................... 39–56–58 75–09–21
Detroit, MI ...................................... 42–19–48 83–02–57
San Francisco-Oakland, CA .......... 37–46–39 122–24–40
Boston, MA .................................... 42–21–24 71–03–25
Washington, DC–MD–VA .............. 38–53–51 77–00–33
Cleveland, OH ................................ 41–29–51 81–41–50
St Louis, MO–IL ............................. 38–37–45 90–12–22
Pittsburgh, PA ................................ 40–26–19 80–00–00
Minneapolis-St Paul, MN ............... 44–58–57 93–15–43
Houston, TX ................................... 29–45–26 95–21–37
Baltimore, MD ................................ 39–17–26 76–36–45
Dallas, TX ...................................... 32–47–09 96–47–37
Milwaukee, WI ................................ 43–02–19 87–54–15
Seattle-Everett, WA ....................... 47–36–32 122–20–12
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Urbanized area
North
latitude
West
longitude
Miami, FL ....................................... 25–46–37 80–11–32
San Diego, CA ............................... 32–42–53 117–09–21
Atlanta, GA ..................................... 33–45–10 84–23–37
Cincinnati, OH–KY ......................... 39–06–07 84–30–35
Kansas City, MO–KS ..................... 39–04–56 94–35–20
Buffalo, NY ..................................... 42–52–52 78–52–21
Denver, CO .................................... 39–44–58 104–59–22
San Jose, CA ................................. 37–20–16 121–53–24
Tampa-St Petersburg, FL .............. 27–51–48 82–33–11
Phoenix, AZ ................................... 33–41–10 111–31–15
Subpart C—Industrial/Business
Radio Pool
SOURCE: 62 F R 18874, Apr. 17, 1997, unl ess
otherwi se noted.
§90.31 Scope.
The I ndustri al /Busi ness Radi o Pool
covers the l i censi ng of the radi o com-
muni cati ons of enti ti es engaged i n
commerci al acti vi ti es, engaged i n cl er-
gy acti vi ti es, operati ng educati onal ,
phi l anthropi c, or eccl esi asti cal i nsti tu-
ti ons, or operati ng hospi tal s, cl i ni cs, or
medi cal associ ati ons. Rul es as to el i gi -
bi l i ty for l i censi ng, frequenci es avai l -
abl e, permi ssi bl e communi cati ons and
cl asses and number of stati ons, and
any speci al requi rements are set forth
i n the fol l owi ng secti ons.
§90.33 General eligibility.
(a) I n addi ti on to the el i gi bi l i ty
shown i n the I ndustri al /Busi ness Pool ,
el i gi bi l i ty i s al so provi ded for any cor-
porati on proposi ng to furni sh nonprofi t
radi ocommuni cati on servi ce to i ts par-
ent corporati on, to another subsi di ary
of the same parent, or to i ts own sub-
si di ary. Thi s corporate el i gi bi l i ty i s
not subj ect to the cooperati ve use pro-
vi si on of §90.179.
(b) El i gi bi l i ty i s al so provi ded for a
nonprofi t corporati on or associ ati on
that i s organi zed for the purpose of fur-
ni shi ng a radi ocommuni cati ons servi ce
to persons who meet the el i gi bi l i ty re-
qui rements of the I ndustri al /Busi ness
Pool . Such use i s subj ect to the cooper-
ati ve use provi si ons of §90.179.
§90.35 Industrial/Business Pool.
(a) Eligibility. Persons pri mari l y en-
gaged i n any of the fol l owi ng acti vi ti es
are el i gi bl e to hol d authori zati ons i n
the I ndustri al /Busi ness Pool to provi de
commerci al mobi l e radi o servi ce as de-
fi ned i n part 20 of thi s chapter or to op-
erate stati ons for transmi ssi on of com-
muni cati ons necessary to such acti vi -
ti es of the l i censee:
(1) The operati on of a commerci al ac-
ti vi ty;
(2) The operati on of educati onal ,
phi l anthropi c, or eccl esi asti cal i nsti tu-
ti ons;
(3) Cl ergy acti vi ti es; or
(4) The operati on of hospi tal s, cl i ni cs,
or medi cal associ ati ons.
(b) I ndustrial/Business Pool frequencies.
(1) The fol l owi ng tabl e i ndi cates fre-
quenci es avai l abl e for assi gnment to
I ndustri al /Busi ness Pool stati ons, to-
gether wi th the cl ass of stati on(s) to
whi ch they are normal l y assi gned, the
speci fi c assi gnment l i mi tati ons whi ch
are expl ai ned i n paragraph (b) of thi s
secti on, and the certi fi ed frequency co-
ordi nator for each frequency:
(2)(i ) The l etter symbol (s) l i sted i n
the Coordi nator col umn of the fre-
quency tabl e i n paragraph (a)(3) of thi s
secti on speci fi es the frequency coordi -
nator(s) for each frequency as fol l ows:
I P— Petrol eum Coordi nator
I W— Power Coordi nator
L R— Rai l road Coordi nator
(i i ) F requenci es wi thout any coordi -
nator speci fi ed may be coordi nated by
any coordi nator certi fi ed i n the I ndus-
tri al /Busi ness Pool .
(3) Frequencies.
INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS POOL FREQUENCY TABLE
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
Kilohertz
1614 ................. Base or mobile 1, 2, 3, 4 .. IP
1628 ................. ......do ............... 5.
1652 ................. ......do ............... 5.
1676 ................. ......do ............... 5.
1700 ................. ......do ............... 5.
2000 to 25,000 Fixed, base or
mobile.
1.
2292 ................. Base or mobile 5.
2398 ................. ......do ............... 5, 7.
4637.5 .............. ......do ............... 5, 7.
Megahertz
25.02 ................ ......do ............... 3, 4 .......... IP
25.04 ................ ......do ............... 8 .............. IP
25.06 ................ ......do ............... 3, 4 .......... IP
25.08 ................ ......do ............... 8, 9 .......... IP
25.10 ................ ......do ............... 3, 4, 9 ...... IP
25.12 ................ ......do ............... .................. IP
25.14 ................ ......do ............... 3, 4 .......... IP
25.16 ................ ......do ............... .................. IP
25.18 ................ ......do ............... 3, 4 .......... IP
25.20 ................ ......do ............... .................. IP
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INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS POOL FREQUENCY
TABLE—Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
25.22 ................ ......do ............... 4, 7 .......... IP
25.24 ................ ......do ............... .................. IP
25.26 ................ ......do ............... 4, 7 .......... IP
25.28 ................ ......do ............... .................. IP
25.30 ................ ......do ............... 4, 7 .......... IP
25.32 ................ ......do ............... .................. IP
27.43 ................ ......do.
27.45 ................ ......do.
27.47 ................ ......do.
27.49 ................ ......do ............... 10.
27.51 ................ Mobile .............. 11.
27.53 ................ ......do ............... 11.
29.71 ................ Base or mobile
29.73 ................ ......do.
29.75 ................ ......do.
29.77 ................ ......do.
29.79 ................ ......do.
30.58 ................ ......do.
30.60 ................ ......do.
30.62 ................ ......do.
30.64 ................ ......do.
30.66 ................ ......do.
30.68 ................ ......do.
30.70 ................ ......do ............... 4, 7 .......... IP
30.72 ................ ......do.
30.74 ................ ......do.
30.76 ................ ......do.
30.78 ................ ......do 4, 7 .......... IP
30.80 ................ ......do.
30.82 ................ ......do.
30.84 ................ Mobile .............. 11, 12.
30.86 ................ Base or mobile 13
30.88 ................ ......do.
30.90 ................ ......do ............... 13.
30.92 ................ ......do.
30.94 ................ ......do ............... 13.
30.96 ................ ......do.
30.98 ................ ......do ............... 13.
31.00 ................ ......do.
31.02 ................ ......do ............... 13.
31.04 ................ ......do.
31.06 ................ ......do ............... 13.
31.08 ................ ......do.
31.10 ................ ......do ............... 13.
31.12 ................ ......do.
31.14 ................ ......do ............... 13.
31.16 ................ ......do.
31.20 ................ ......do.
31.24 ................ ......do.
31.28 ................ ......do.
31.32 ................ ......do.
31.36 ................ ......do.
31.40 ................ ......do.
31.44 ................ ......do.
31.48 ................ ......do.
31.52 ................ ......do.
31.56 ................ ......do.
31.60 ................ ......do.
31.64 ................ ......do.
31.68 ................ ......do.
31.72 ................ ......do.
31.76 ................ ......do.
31.80 ................ ......do.
31.84 ................ ......do.
31.88 ................ ......do.
31.92 ................ ......do.
31.96 ................ ......do.
33.12 ................ ......do ............... 11.
33.14 ................ Mobile .............. 11, 12.
33.16 ................ Base or mobile
INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS POOL FREQUENCY
TABLE—Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
33.18 ................ ......do ............... .................. IP
33.20 ................ ......do ............... .................. IP
33.22 ................ ......do ............... .................. IP
33.24 ................ ......do ............... .................. IP
33.26 ................ ......do ............... .................. IP
33.28 ................ ......do ............... .................. IP
33.30 ................ ......do ............... .................. IP
33.32 ................ ......do ............... .................. IP
33.34 ................ ......do ............... .................. IP
33.36 ................ ......do ............... .................. IP
33.38 ................ ......do ............... .................. IP
33.40 ................ Mobile .............. 12, 14.
35.02 ................ ......do ............... 11, 12, 13.
35.04 ................ Base or Mobile 10.
35.06 ................ ......do.
35.08 ................ ......do.
35.10 ................ ......do.
35.12 ................ ......do.
35.14 ................ ......do.
35.16 ................ ......do.
35.18 ................ ......do.
35.28 ................ ......do.
35.32 ................ ......do.
35.36 ................ ......do.
35.40 ................ ......do.
35.44 ................ ......do.
35.48 ................ ......do.
35.48 ................ ......do.
35.52 ................ ......do.
35.70 ................ ......do.
35.72 ................ ......do.
35.74 ................ ......do.
35.76 ................ ......do.
35.78 ................ ......do.
35.80 ................ ......do.
35.82 ................ ......do.
35.84 ................ ......do.
35.86 ................ ......do.
35.88 ................ ......do.
35.90 ................ ......do.
35.92 ................ ......do.
35.94 ................ ......do.
35.96 ................ ......do.
35.98 ................ ......do.
36.25 ................ ......do ............... 15 ............ IP
37.44 ................ ......do.
37.46 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
37.48 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
37.50 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
37.52 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
37.54 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
37.56 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
37.58 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
37.60 ................ Base, mobile,
or operational
fixed.
16 ............ IW
37.62 ................ Base or mobile .................. IW
37.64 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
37.66 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
37.68 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
37.70 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
37.72 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
37.74 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
37.76 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
37.78 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
37.80 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
37.82 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
37.84 ................ Base, mobile,
or operational
fixed.
16 ............ IW
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TABLE—Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
37.86 ................ Base or mobile .................. IW
37.88 ................ ......do.
41.71 ................ ......do ............... 15 ............ IP
42.96 ................ ......do.
42.98 ................ Mobile .............. 11, 12.
43.00 ................ Base or mobile
43.02 ................ ......do.
43.04 ................ ......do ............... 17.
43.06 ................ ......do.
43.08 ................ ......do.
43.10 ................ ......do.
43.12 ................ ......do.
43.14 ................ ......do.
43.16 ................ Mobile.
43.18 ................ Base or mobile.
43.28 ................ ......do.
43.32 ................ ......do.
43.36 ................ ......do.
43.40 ................ ......do.
43.44 ................ ......do.
43.48 ................ ......do.
43.52 ................ ......do.
43.70 ................ ......do.
43.72 ................ ......do ............... 18.
43.74 ................ ......do ............... 18.
43.76 ................ ......do.
43.78 ................ ......do.
43.80 ................ ......do.
43.82 ................ ......do ............... 18.
43.84 ................ ......do ............... 18.
43.86 ................ ......do ............... 19.
43.88 ................ ......do ............... 19.
43.90 ................ ......do ............... 19.
43.92 ................ ......do ............... 18, 19.
43.94 ................ ......do ............... 19.
43.96 ................ ......do ............... 18.
43.98 ................ ......do.
44.00 ................ ......do.
44.02 ................ ......do.
44.04 ................ ......do.
44.06 ................ ......do.
44.08 ................ ......do.
44.10 ................ ......do ............... 20.
44.12 ................ ......do ............... 18.
44.14 ................ ......do.
44.16 ................ ......do ............... 18.
44.18 ................ ......do ............... 18.
44.20 ................ ......do ............... 18, 21.
44.22 ................ ......do.
44.24 ................ ......do.
44.26 ................ ......do.
44.28 ................ ......do.
44.30 ................ ......do.
44.32 ................ ......do ............... 18.
44.34 ................ ......do.
44.36 ................ ......do ............... 18, 19.
44.38 ................ ......do ............... 19.
44.40 ................ ......do ............... 18, 19.
44.42 ................ ......do ............... 19.
44.44 ................ ......do ............... 19.
44.46 ................ ......do ............... 18.
44.48 ................ ......do ............... 18.
44.50 ................ ......do.
44.52 ................ ......do.
44.54 ................ ......do.
44.56 ................ ......do.
44.58 ................ ......do.
44.60 ................ ......do.
47.44 ................ ......do.
47.48 ................ ......do.
INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS POOL FREQUENCY
TABLE—Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
47.52 ................ ......do.
47.56 ................ ......do.
47.60 ................ ......do.
47.64 ................ ......do.
47.68 ................ ......do.
47.70 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
47.72 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
47.74 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
47.76 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
47.78 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
47.80 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
47.82 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
47.84 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
47.86 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
47.88 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
47.90 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
47.92 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
47.94 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
47.96 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
47.98 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
48.00 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
48.02 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
48.04 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
48.06 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
48.08 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
48.10 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
48.12 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
48.14 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
48.16 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
48.18 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
48.20 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
48.22 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
48.24 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
48.26 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
48.28 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
48.30 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
48.32 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
48.34 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
48.36 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
48.38 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
48.40 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
48.42 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
48.44 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
48.46 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
48.48 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
48.50 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
48.52 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
48.54 ................ ......do ............... .................. IW
48.56 ................ ......do.
48.58 ................ ......do.
48.60 ................ ......do.
48.62 ................ ......do.
48.64 ................ ......do.
48.66 ................ ......do.
48.68 ................ ......do.
48.70 ................ ......do.
48.72 ................ ......do.
48.74 ................ ......do.
48.76 ................ ......do ............... 18.
48.78 ................ ......do.
48.80 ................ ......do.
48.82 ................ ......do.
48.84 ................ ......do ............... 18.
48.86 ................ ......do ............... 18.
48.88 ................ ......do.
48.90 ................ ......do.
48.92 ................ ......do ............... 18.
48.94 ................ ......do.
48.96 ................ ......do.
48.98 ................ ......do.
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INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS POOL FREQUENCY
TABLE—Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
49.00 ................ ......do.
49.02 ................ ......do ............... 18.
49.04 ................ ......do.
49.06 ................ ......do.
49.08 ................ ......do ............... 18.
49.10 ................ ......do ............... 18.
49.12 ................ ......do.
49.14 ................ ......do.
49.16 ................ ......do ............... 18.
49.18 ................ ......do.
49.20 ................ ......do ............... 18.
49.22 ................ ......do.
49.24 ................ ......do ............... 18.
49.26 ................ ......do ............... 18.
49.28 ................ ......do ............... 18.
49.30 ................ ......do.
49.32 ................ ......do.
49.34 ................ ......do.
49.36 ................ ......do ............... 18.
49.38 ................ ......do.
49.40 ................ ......do ............... 18.
49.42 ................ ......do.
49.44 ................ ......do.
49.46 ................ ......do ............... 18.
49.48 ................ ......do.
49.50 ................ ......do ............... 18.
49.52 ................ ......do.
49.54 ................ ......do.
49.56 ................ ......do.
49.58 ................ ......do.
72 to 76 ............ Operational
fixed.
22.
72.02 ................ Mobile .............. 23, 24.
72.04 ................ ......do ............... 23, 24.
72.06 ................ ......do ............... 23, 24.
72.08 ................ ......do ............... 23, 24, 25.
72.10 ................ ......do ............... 23, 24.
72.12 ................ ......do ............... 23, 24.
72.14 ................ ......do ............... 23, 24.
72.16 ................ ......do ............... 23, 24, 25.
72.18 ................ ......do ............... 23, 24.
72.20 ................ ......do ............... 23, 24.
72.22 ................ ......do ............... 23, 24.
72.24 ................ ......do ............... 23, 24, 25.
72.26 ................ ......do ............... 23, 24.
72.28 ................ ......do ............... 23, 24.
72.30 ................ ......do ............... 23, 24.
72.32 ................ ......do ............... 23, 24, 25.
72.34 ................ ......do ............... 23, 24.
72.36 ................ ......do ............... 23, 24.
72.38 ................ ......do ............... 23, 24.
72.40 ................ ......do ............... 23, 24, 25.
72.44 ................ ......do ............... 13, 24, 77.
72.48 ................ ......do ............... 13, 24, 77.
72.52 ................ ......do ............... 13, 24, 77.
72.56 ................ ......do ............... 13, 24, 77.
72.60 ................ ......do ............... 13, 24, 77.
74.61 ................ ......do ............... 26, 77.
74.63 ................ ......do ............... 26, 77.
74.65 ................ ......do ............... 26, 77.
74.67 ................ ......do ............... 26, 77.
74.69 ................ ......do ............... 26, 77.
74.71 ................ ......do ............... 26, 77.
74.73 ................ ......do ............... 26, 77.
74.75 ................ ......do ............... 26, 77.
74.77 ................ ......do ............... 26, 77.
74.79 ................ ......do ............... 26, 77.
75.21 ................ ......do ............... 26, 77.
75.23 ................ ......do ............... 26, 77.
75.25 ................ ......do ............... 26, 77.
INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS POOL FREQUENCY
TABLE—Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
75.27 ................ ......do ............... 26, 77.
75.29 ................ ......do ............... 26, 77.
75.31 ................ ......do ............... 26, 77.
75.33 ................ ......do ............... 26, 77.
75.35 ................ ......do ............... 26, 77.
75.37 ................ ......do ............... 26, 77.
75.39 ................ ......do ............... 26, 77.
75.44 ................ ......do ............... 13, 24, 77.
75.48 ................ ......do ............... 13, 24, 77.
75.52 ................ ......do ............... 13, 24, 77.
75.56 ................ ......do ............... 13, 24, 77.
75.60 ................ ......do ............... 13, 24, 77.
150 to 170 ........ Base or mobile 27.
150.815 ............ ......do.
150.830 ............ ......do ............... 28, 29.
150.845 ............ ......do..
150.8525 .......... ......do ............... 30.
150.860 ............ ......do.
150.8675 .......... ......do ............... 30.
150.875 ............ ......do.
150.8825 .......... ......do ............... 30.
150.890 ............ ......do.
150.8975 .......... ......do ............... 30.
150.905 ............ ......do.
150.920 ............ ......do ............... 28, 29.
150.935 ............ ......do.
150.9425 .......... ......do ............... 30.
150.950 ............ ......do.
150.9575 .......... ......do ............... 30.
150.965 ............ ......do.
150.9725 .......... ......do ............... 30.
150.980 ............ ......do ............... 8 .............. IP
150.9875 .......... ......do ............... 8, 30 ........ IP
150.995 ............ ......do ............... 31.
151.0025 .......... ......do ............... 30, 31.
151.010 ............ ......do ............... 31.
151.0175 .......... ......do ............... 30, 31.
151.025 ............ ......do ............... 31.
151.0325 .......... ......do ............... 30, 31.
151.040 ............ ......do ............... 31.
151.0475 .......... ......do ............... 30, 31.
151.055 ............ ......do ............... 31.
151.070 ............ Base ................ 28, 29, 31.
151.085 ............ Base or mobile 31.
151.0925 .......... ......do ............... 30, 31.
151.100 ............ ......do ............... 31.
151.1075 .......... ......do ............... 30, 31.
151.115 ............ ......do ............... 31.
151.1225 .......... ......do ............... 30, 31.
151.130 ............ ......do ............... 31.
151.1375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 31.
151.145 ............ ......do ............... 31.
151.1525 .......... ......do ............... 30, 31.
151.160 ............ ......do ............... 31.
151.1675 .......... ......do ............... 30, 31.
151.175 ............ ......do ............... 31.
151.190 ............ Base ................ 28, 29, 31.
151.205 ............ Base or mobile 31.
151.2125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 31.
151.220 ............ ......do ............... 31.
151.2275 .......... ......do ............... 30, 31.
151.235 ............ ......do ............... 31.
151.2425 .......... ......do ............... 30, 31.
151.250 ............ ......do ............... 31.
151.2575 .......... ......do ............... 30, 31.
151.265 ............ ......do ............... 31.
151.2725 .......... ......do ............... 30, 31.
151.280 ............ ......do ............... 31.
151.2875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 31.
151.295 ............ ......do ............... 31.
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INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS POOL FREQUENCY
TABLE—Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
151.310 ............ Base ................ 28, 29, 31.
151.325 ............ Base or mobile 31.
151.3325 .......... ......do ............... 30, 31.
151.340 ............ ......do ............... 31.
151.3475 .......... ......do ............... 30, 31.
151.355 ............ ......do ............... 31.
151.3625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 31.
151.370 ............ ......do ............... 31.
151.3775 .......... ......do ............... 30, 31.
151.385 ............ ......do ............... 31.
151.3925 .......... ......do ............... 30, 31.
151.400 ............ ......do ............... 31.
151.4075 .......... ......do ............... 30, 31.
151.415 ............ ......do ............... 31.
151.4225 .......... ......do ............... 30, 31.
151.430 ............ ......do ............... 31.
151.4375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 31.
151.445 ............ ......do ............... 31.
151.4525 .......... ......do ............... 30, 31.
151.460 ............ ......do ............... 31.
151.4675 .......... ......do ............... 30, 31.
151.475 ............ ......do ............... 31.
151.4825 .......... ......do ............... 30, 31.
151.490 ............ ......do ............... 32.
151.4975 .......... ......do ............... 30, 32.
151.505 ............ ......do ............... 17.
151.5125 .......... ......do ............... 17, 30.
151.520 ............ ......do.
151.5275 .......... ......do ............... 30.
151.535 ............ ......do.
151.5425 .......... ......do ............... 30.
151.550 ............ ......do.
151.5575 .......... ......do ............... 30.
151.565 ............ ......do.
151.5725 .......... ......do ............... 30.
151.580 ............ ......do.
151.5875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
151.595 ............ ......do.
151.6025 .......... ......do ............... 30.
151.625 ............ ......do ............... 10.
151.640 ............ ......do ............... 10, 33.
151.6475 .......... ......do ............... 30.
151.655 ............ ......do.
151.6625 .......... ......do ............... 30.
151.670 ............ ......do ............... 30.
151.6775 .......... ......do ............... 30.
151.685 ............ ......do.
151.700 ............ ......do ............... 10, 30, 34.
151.715 ............ ......do.
151.7225 .......... ......do ............... 30.
151.730 ............ ......do ............... 30.
151.7375 .......... ......do ............... 30.
151.745 ............ ......do.
151.760 ............ ......do ............... 10, 30, 34.
151.775 ............ ......do.
151.7825 .......... ......do ............... 30.
151.790 ............ ......do ............... 30.
151.7975 .......... ......do ............... 30.
151.805 ............ ......do.
151.820 ............ Mobile .............. 12, 14, 30,
35.
151.835 ............ Base or mobile.
151.8425 .......... ......do ............... 30.
151.850 ............ ......do ............... 30.
151.8575 .......... ......do ............... 30.
151.865 ............ ......do.
151.880 ............ Mobile .............. 12, 14, 30,
35.
151.895 ............ Base or mobile.
151.9025 .......... ......do ............... 30.
INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS POOL FREQUENCY
TABLE—Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
151.910 ............ ......do ............... 30.
151.9175 .......... ......do ............... 30.
151.925 ............ ......do.
151.940 ............ Mobile .............. 12, 14, 30,
35.
151.955 ............ Base or Mobile.
151.9625 .......... ......do ............... 30.
151.970 ............ ......do ............... 30.
151.9775 .......... ......do ............... 30.
151.985 ............ ......do.
152.2625 .......... ......do ............... 33.
152.270 ............ ......do ............... 6.
152.2775 .......... ......do ............... 6, 30.
152.285 ............ ......do ............... 6.
152.2925 .......... ......do ............... 6, 30.
152.300 ............ ......do ............... 6.
152.3075 .......... ......do ............... 6, 30.
152.315 ............ ......do ............... 6.
152.3225 .......... ......do ............... 6, 30.
152.330 ............ ......do ............... 6.
152.3375 .......... ......do ............... 6, 30.
152.345 ............ ......do ............... 6.
152.3525 .......... ......do ............... 6, 30.
152.360 ............ ......do ............... 6.
152.3675 .......... ......do ............... 6, 30.
152.375 ............ ......do ............... 6.
152.3825 .......... ......do ............... 6, 30.
152.390 ............ ......do ............... 6.
152.3975 .......... ......do ............... 6, 30.
152.405 ............ ......do ............... 6.
152.4125 .......... ......do ............... 6, 30.
152.420 ............ ......do ............... 6.
152.4275 .......... ......do ............... 6, 30.
152.435 ............ ......do ............... 6.
152.4425 .......... ......do ............... 6, 30.
152.450 ............ ......do ............... 6.
152.4575 .......... ......do ............... 6, 30.
152.465 ............ ......do ............... 6.
152.480 ............ ......do ............... 29, 36, 37,
38.
152.8625 .......... ......do ............... 33.
152.870 ............ ......do ............... 6.
152.8775 .......... ......do ............... 30.
152.885 ............ ......do.
152.8925 .......... ......do ............... 30.
152.900 ............ ......do.
152.9075 .......... ......do ............... 30.
152.915 ............ ......do.
152.9225 .......... ......do ............... 30.
152.930 ............ ......do.
152.9375 .......... ......do ............... 30.
152.945 ............ ......do.
152.9525 .......... ......do ............... 30.
152.960 ............ ......do.
152.9675 .......... ......do ............... 30.
152.975 ............ ......do.
152.9825 .......... ......do ............... 30.
152.990 ............ ......do.
152.9975 .......... ......do ............... 30.
153.005 ............ ......do.
153.0125 .......... ......do ............... 30.
153.020 ............ ......do.
153.0275 .......... ......do ............... 30.
153.035 ............ ......do.
153.0425 .......... ......do ............... 30.
153.050 ............ ......do ............... 4, 7.
153.0575 .......... ......do ............... 4, 7, 30.
153.065 ............ ......do.
153.0725 .......... ......do ............... 30.
153.080 ............ ......do ............... 4, 7.
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INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS POOL FREQUENCY
TABLE—Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
153.0875 .......... ......do ............... 4, 7, 30.
153.095 ............ ......do.
153.1025 .......... ......do ............... 30.
153.110 ............ ......do ............... 4, 7.
153.1175 .......... ......do ............... 4, 7, 30.
153.125 ............ ......do.
153.1325 .......... ......do ............... 30.
153.140 ............ ......do ............... 4, 7.
153.1475 .......... ......do ............... 4, 7, 30.
153.155 ............ ......do.
153.1625 .......... ......do ............... 30.
153.170 ............ ......do ............... 4, 7.
153.1775 .......... ......do ............... 4, 7, 30.
153.185 ............ ......do.
153.1925 .......... ......do ............... 30.
153.200 ............ ......do ............... 4, 7.
153.2075 .......... ......do ............... 4, 7, 30.
153.215 ............ ......do.
153.2225 .......... ......do ............... 30.
153.230 ............ ......do ............... 4, 7.
153.2375 .......... ......do ............... 4, 7, 30.
153.245 ............ ......do.
153.2525 .......... ......do ............... 30.
153.260 ............ ......do ............... 4, 7.
153.2675 .......... ......do ............... 4, 7, 30.
153.275 ............ ......do.
153.2825 .......... ......do ............... 30.
153.290 ............ ......do ............... 4, 7.
153.2975 .......... ......do ............... 4, 7, 30.
153.305 ............ ......do.
153.3125 .......... ......do ............... 30.
153.320 ............ ......do ............... 4, 7.
153.3275 .......... ......do ............... 4, 7, 30.
153.335 ............ ......do.
153.3425 .......... ......do ............... 30.
153.350 ............ ......do ............... 4, 7.
153.3575 .......... ......do ............... 4, 7, 30.
153.365 ............ ......do.
153.3725 .......... ......do ............... 30.
153.380 ............ ......do.
153.3875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
153.395 ............ ......do.
153.4025 .......... ......do ............... 30.
153.410 ............ ......do ............... .................. IW
153.4175 .......... ......do ............... 30 ............ IW
153.425 ............ ......do.
153.4325 .......... ......do ............... 30.
153.440 ............ ......do.
153.4475 .......... ......do ............... 30.
153.455 ............ ......do.
153.4625 .......... ......do ............... 30.
153.470 ............ ......do ............... .................. IW
153.4775 .......... ......do ............... 30 IW
153.485 ............ ......do.
153.4925 .......... ......do ............... 30.
153.500 ............ ......do.
153.5075 .......... ......do ............... 30.
153.515 ............ ......do.
153.5225 .......... ......do ............... 30.
153.530 ............ ......do ............... IW
153.5375 .......... ......do ............... 30 ............ IW
153.545 ............ ......do.
153.5525 .......... ......do ............... 30.
153.560 ............ ......do.
153.5675 .......... ......do ............... 30.
153.575 ............ ......do.
153.5825 .......... ......do ............... 30.
153.590 ............ ......do ............... .................. IW
153.5975 .......... ......do ............... 30 ............ IW
153.605 ............ ......do.
INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS POOL FREQUENCY
TABLE—Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
153.6125 .......... ......do ............... 30.
153.620 ............ ......do.
153.6275 .......... ......do ............... 30.
153.635 ............ ......do.
153.6425 .......... ......do ............... 30.
153.650 ............ ......do ............... .................. IW
153.6575 .......... ......do ............... 30 ............ IW
153.665 ............ ......do.
153.6725 .......... ......do ............... 30.
153.680 ............ ......do.
153.6875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
153.695 ............ ......do ............... .................. IW
153.7025 .......... ......do ............... 30 ............ IW
153.710 ............ ......do ............... .................. IW
153.7175 .......... ......do ............... 30 ............ IW
153.725 ............ ......do ............... .................. IW
153.7325 .......... ......do ............... 30 ............ IW
154.45625 ........ Fixed or mobile 39, 40, 41,
42.
154.46375 ........ ......do 39, 40, 43.
154.47125 ........ ......do 39, 40, 41,
44.
154.47875 ........ ......do 39, 40, 41,
42.
154.4825 .......... Base or mobile 30.
154.490 ............ ......do.
154.4975 .......... ......do ............... 30.
154.505 ............ ......do ............... 30.
154.515 ............ ......do.
154.5275 .......... Mobile .............. 10, 30, 34.
154.540 ............ ......Base or mo-
bile.
154.5475 .......... ......do ............... 30.
154.555 ............ ......do ............... 33.
154.570 ............ Mobile .............. 11, 12, 35,
45.
154.585 ............ ......do ............... 8, 46 ........ IP
154.600 ............ ......do ............... 11, 12, 45,
47.
154.610 ............ Base or mobile 33.
154.625 ............ ......do ............... 36, 37, 48.
154.640 ............ Base ................ 30, 36, 37,
48.
157.470 ............ Base or mobile 12.
157.4775 .......... ......do ............... 12, 30.
157.485 ............ ......do ............... 12.
157.4925 .......... ......do ............... 12, 30.
157.500 ............ ......do ............... 12.
157.5075 .......... ......do ............... 12, 30.
157.515 ............ ......do ............... 12.
157.5225 .......... ......do ............... 12, 30.
157.530 ............ Mobile .............. 6.
157.5375 .......... ......do 6, 30.
157.545 ............ ......do 6.
157.5525 .......... ......do 6, 30.
157.560 ............ Base or mobile 6.
157.5675 .......... ......do ............... 6, 30.
157.575 ............ Mobile .............. 6.
157.5825 .......... ......do ............... 6, 30.
157.590 ............ ......do ............... 6.
157.5975 .......... ......do ............... 6, 30.
157.605 ............ ......do ............... 6.
157.6125 .......... ......do ............... 6, 30.
157.620 ............ Base or mobile 6.
157.6275 .......... ......do ............... 6, 30.
157.635 ............ Mobile .............. 6.
157.6425 .......... ......do ............... 6, 30.
157.650 ............ ......do ............... 6.
157.6575 .......... ......do ............... 6, 30.
157.665 ............ ......do ............... 6.
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Federal Communications Commission §90.35
INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS POOL FREQUENCY
TABLE—Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
157.6725 .......... ......do ............... 6, 30.
157.680 ............ ......do ............... 6.
157.6875 .......... ......do ............... 6, 30.
157.695 ............ ......do ............... 6.
157.7025 .......... ......do ............... 6, 30.
157.710 ............ ......do ............... 6.
157.7175 .......... ......do ............... 6, 30.
157.725 ............ Base or mobile 6.
157.740 ............ ......do ............... 29, 36, 37,
38.
158.1225 .......... ......do ............... l33 ............ IW
158.130 ............ ......do ............... .................. IW
158.1375 .......... ......do ............... 30 ............ IW
158.145 ............ ......do.
158.1525 .......... ......do ............... 30.
158.160 ............ ......do.
158.1675 .......... ......do ............... 30.
158.175 ............ ......do.
158.1825 .......... ......do ............... 30.
158.190 ............ ......do ............... .................. IW
158.1975 .......... ......do ............... 30 ............ IW
158.205 ............ ......do.
158.2125 .......... ......do ............... 30.
158.220 ............ ......do.
158.2275 .......... ......do ............... 30.
158.235 ............ ......do.
158.2425 .......... ......do ............... 30.
158.250 ............ ......do ............... .................. IW
158.2575 .......... ......do ............... 30 ............ IW
158.265 ............ ......do.
158.2725 .......... ......do ............... 30.
158.280 ............ ......do.
158.2875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
158.295 ............ ......do.
158.3025 .......... ......do ............... 30.
158.310 ............ ......do ............... 4, 7.
158.3175 .......... ......do ............... 4, 7, 30.
158.325 ............ ......do.
158.3325 .......... ......do ............... 30.
158.340 ............ Mobile.
158.3475 .......... ......do ............... 30.
158.355 ............ Base or mobile.
158.3625 .......... ......do ............... 30.
158.370 ............ ......do ............... 4, 7.
158.3775 .......... ......do ............... 4, 7, 30.
158.385 ............ ......do.
158.3925 .......... ......do ............... 30.
158.400 ............ ......do ............... 17.
158.4075 .......... ......do ............... 17, 30.
158.415 ............ ......do.
158.4225 .......... ......do ............... 30.
158.430 ............ ......do ............... 4, 7.
158.4375 .......... ......do ............... 4, 7, 30.
158.445 ............ Mobile .............. 8, 49 ........ IP
158.460 ............ Base or mobile 29, 36, 37,
38, 48.
159.480 ............ ......do ............... 8. IP
159.4875 .......... ......do ............... 8, 30. IP
159.495 ............ ......do.
159.5025 .......... ......do ............... 30.
159.510 ............ ......do.
159.5175 .......... ......do ............... 30.
159.525 ............ ......do.
159.5325 .......... ......do ............... 30.
159.540 ............ ......do.
159.5475 .......... ......do ............... 30.
159.555 ............ ......do.
159.5625 .......... ......do ............... 30.
159.570 ............ ......do.
159.5775 .......... ......do ............... 30.
INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS POOL FREQUENCY
TABLE—Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
159.585 ............ ......do.
159.5925 .......... ......do ............... 30.
159.600 ............ ......do.
159.6075 .......... ......do ............... 30.
159.615 ............ ......do.
159.6225 .......... ......do ............... 30.
159.630 ............ ......do.
159.6375 .......... ......do ............... 30.
159.645 ............ ......do.
159.6525 .......... ......do ............... 30.
159.660 ............ ......do.
159.6675 .......... ......do ............... 30.
159.675 ............ ......do.
159.6825 .......... ......do ............... 30.
159.690 ............ ......do.
159.6975 .......... ......do ............... 30.
159.705 ............ ......do.
159.7125 .......... ......do ............... 30.
159.720 ............ ......do.
159.7275 .......... ......do ............... 30.
159.735 ............ ......do.
159.7425 .......... ......do ............... 30.
159.750 ............ ......do.
159.7575 .......... ......do ............... 30.
159.765 ............ ......do.
159.7725 .......... ......do ............... 30.
159.780 ............ ......do.
159.7875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
159.795 ............ ......do.
159.8025 .......... ......do ............... 30.
159.810 ............ ......do.
159.8175 .......... ......do ............... 30.
159.825 ............ ......do.
159.8325 .......... ......do ............... 30.
159.840 ............ ......do.
159.8475 .......... ......do ............... 30.
159.855 ............ ......do.
159.8625 .......... ......do ............... 30.
159.870 ............ ......do.
159.8775 .......... ......do ............... 30.
159.885 ............ ......do.
159.8925 .......... ......do ............... 30.
159.900 ............ ......do.
159.9075 .......... ......do ............... 30.
159.915 ............ ......do.
159.9225 .......... ......do ............... 30.
159.930 ............ ......do.
159.9375 .......... ......do ............... 30.
159.945 ............ ......do.
159.9525 .......... ......do ............... 30.
159.960 ............ ......do.
159.9675 .......... ......do ............... 30.
159.975 ............ ......do.
159.9825 .......... ......do ............... 30.
159.990 ............ ......do.
159.9975 .......... ......do ............... 30.
160.005 ............ ......do.
160.0125 .......... ......do ............... 30.
160.020 ............ ......do.
160.0275 .......... ......do ............... 30.
160.035 ............ ......do.
160.0425 .......... ......do ............... 30.
160.050 ............ ......do.
160.0575 .......... ......do ............... 30.
160.065 ............ ......do.
160.0725 .......... ......do ............... 30.
160.080 ............ ......do.
160.0875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
160.095 ............ ......do.
160.1025 .......... ......do ............... 30.
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INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS POOL FREQUENCY
TABLE—Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
160.110 ............ ......do.
160.1175 .......... ......do ............... 30.
160.125 ............ ......do.
160.1325 .......... ......do ............... 30.
160.140 ............ ......do.
160.1475 .......... ......do ............... 30.
160.155 ............ ......do.
160.1625 .......... ......do ............... 30.
160.170 ............ ......do.
160.1775 .......... ......do ............... 30.
160.185 ............ ......do.
160.1925 .......... ......do ............... 30.
160.200 ............ ......do.
160.2075 .......... ......do ............... 30.
160.215 ............ ......do ............... 50 ............ LR
160.2225 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50 ...... LR
160.230 ............ ......do ............... 50 ............ LR
160.2375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50 ...... LR
160.245 ............ ......do ............... 50 ............ LR
160.2525 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50 ...... LR
160.260 ............ ......do ............... 50 ............ LR
160.2675 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50 ...... LR
160.275 ............ ......do ............... 50 ............ LR
160.2825 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50 ...... LR
160.290 ............ ......do ............... 50 ............ LR
160.2975 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50 ...... LR
160.305 ............ ......do ............... 50 ............ LR
160.3125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50 ...... LR
160.320 ............ ......do ............... 50 ............ LR
160.3275 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50 ...... LR
160.335 ............ ......do ............... 50 ............ LR
160.3425 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50 ...... LR
160.350 ............ ......do ............... 50 ............ LR
160.3575 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50 ...... LR
160.365 ............ ......do ............... 50 ............ LR
160.3725 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50 ...... LR
160.380 ............ ......do ............... 50 ............ LR
160.3875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50 ...... LR
160.395 ............ ......do ............... 50 ............ LR
160.4025 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50 ...... LR
160.410 ............ ......do ............... 50, 52 ...... LR
160.4175 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 52 LR
160.425 ............ ......do ............... 50, 52 ...... LR
160.4325 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 52 LR
160.440 ............ ......do ............... 50, 52 ...... LR
160.4475 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 52 LR
160.455 ............ ......do ............... 50, 52 ...... LR
160.4625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 52 LR
160.470 ............ ......do ............... 50, 52 ...... LR
160.4775 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 52 LR
160.485 ............ ......do ............... 50, 52 ...... LR
160.4925 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 52 LR
160.500 ............ ......do ............... 50, 52 ...... LR
160.5075 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 52 LR
160.515 ............ ......do ............... 50, 52 ...... LR
160.5225 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 52 LR
160.530 ............ ......do ............... 50, 52 ...... LR
160.5375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 52 LR
160.545 ............ ......do ............... 50, 52 ...... LR
160.5525 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 52 LR
160.560 ............ ......do ............... 50, 52 ...... LR
160.5675 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 52 LR
160.575 ............ ......do ............... 50, 52 ...... LR
160.5825 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 52 LR
160.590 ............ ......do ............... 50, 52 ...... LR
160.5975 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 52 LR
160.605 ............ ......do ............... 50, 52 ...... LR
160.6125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 52 LR
160.620 ............ ......do ............... 50 ............ LR
160.6275 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50 ...... LR
INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS POOL FREQUENCY
TABLE—Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
160.635 ............ ......do ............... 50 ............ LR
160.6425 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50 ...... LR
160.650 ............ ......do ............... 50 ............ LR
160.6575 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50 ...... LR
160.665 ............ ......do ............... 50 ............ LR
160.6725 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50 ...... LR
160.680 ............ ......do ............... 50 ............ LR
160.6875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50 ...... LR
160.695 ............ ......do ............... 50 ............ LR
160.7025 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50 ...... LR
160.710 ............ ......do ............... 50 ............ LR
160.7175 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50 ...... LR
160.725 ............ ......do ............... 50 ............ LR
160.7325 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50 ...... LR
160.740 ............ ......do ............... 50 ............ LR
160.7475 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50 ...... LR
160.755 ............ ......do ............... 50 ............ LR
160.7625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50 ...... LR
160.770 ............ ......do ............... 50 ............ LR
160.7775 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50 ...... LR
160.785 ............ ......do ............... 50 ............ LR
160.7925 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50 ...... LR
160.800 ............ ......do ............... 50 ............ LR
160.8075 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50 ...... LR
160.815 ............ ......do ............... 50 ............ LR
160.8225 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50 ...... LR
160.830 ............ ......do ............... 50 ............ LR
160.8375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50 ...... LR
160.845 ............ ......do ............... 50 ............ LR
160.8525 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50 ...... LR
160.860 ............ ......do ............... 50, 51 ...... LR
160.8675 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 51 LR
160.875 ............ ......do ............... 50, 51 ...... LR
160.8825 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 51 LR
160.890 ............ ......do ............... 50, 51 ...... LR
160.8975 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 51 LR
160.905 ............ ......do ............... 50, 51 ...... LR
160.9125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 51 LR
160.920 ............ ......do ............... 50, 51 ...... LR
160.9275 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 51 LR
160.935 ............ ......do ............... 50, 51 ...... LR
160.9425 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 51 LR
160.950 ............ ......do ............... 50, 51 ...... LR
160.9575 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 51 LR
160.965 ............ ......do ............... 50, 51 ...... LR
160.9725 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 51 LR
160.980 ............ ......do ............... 50, 51 ...... LR
160.9875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 51 LR
160.995 ............ ......do ............... 50, 51 ...... LR
161.0025 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 51 LR
161.010 ............ ......do ............... 50, 51 ...... LR
161.0175 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 51 LR
161.025 ............ ......do ............... 50, 51 ...... LR
161.0325 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 51 LR
161.040 ............ ......do ............... 50, 51 ...... LR
161.0475 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 51 LR
161.055 ............ ......do ............... 50, 51 ...... LR
161.0625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 51 LR
161.070 ............ ......do ............... 50, 51 ...... LR
161.0775 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 51 LR
161.085 ............ ......do ............... 50, 51 ...... LR
161.0925 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 51 LR
161.100 ............ ......do ............... 50, 51 ...... LR
161.1075 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 51 LR
161.115 ............ ......do ............... 50, 51 ...... LR
161.1225 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 51 LR
161.130 ............ ......do ............... 50, 51 ...... LR
161.1375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 51 LR
161.145 ............ ......do ............... 50, 51 ...... LR
161.1525 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 51 LR
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TABLE—Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
161.160 ............ ......do ............... 50, 51 ...... LR
161.1675 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 51 LR
161.175 ............ ......do ............... 50, 51 ...... LR
161.1825 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 51 LR
161.190 ............ ......do ............... 50, 51 ...... LR
161.1975 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 51 LR
161.205 ............ ......do ............... 50, 51 ...... LR
161.2125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 51 LR
161.220 ............ ......do ............... 50, 51 ...... LR
161.2275 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 51 LR
161.235 ............ ......do ............... 50, 51 ...... LR
161.2425 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 51 LR
161.250 ............ ......do ............... 50, 51 ...... LR
161.2575 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 51 LR
161.265 ............ ......do ............... 50, 51 ...... LR
161.2725 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 51 LR
161.280 ............ ......do ............... 50, 51 ...... LR
161.2875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 51 LR
161.295 ............ ......do ............... 50, 51 ...... LR
161.3025 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 51 LR
161.310 ............ ......do ............... 50, 51 ...... LR
161.3175 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 51 LR
161.325 ............ ......do ............... 50, 51 ...... LR
161.3325 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 51 LR
161.340 ............ ......do ............... 50, 51 ...... LR
161.3475 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 51 LR
161.355 ............ ......do ............... 50, 51 ...... LR
161.3625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 51 LR
161.370 ............ ......do ............... 50, 51 ...... LR
161.3775 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 51 LR
161.385 ............ ......do ............... 50, 52 ...... LR
161.3925 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 52 LR
161.400 ............ ......do ............... 50, 52 ...... LR
161.4075 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 52 LR
161.415 ............ ......do ............... 50, 52 ...... LR
161.4225 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 52 LR
161.430 ............ ......do ............... 50, 52 ...... LR
161.4375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 52 LR
161.445 ............ ......do ............... 50, 52 ...... LR
161.4525 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 52 LR
161.460 ............ ......do ............... 50, 52 ...... LR
161.4675 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 52 LR
161.475 ............ ......do ............... 50, 52 ...... LR
161.4825 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 52 LR
161.490 ............ ......do ............... 50, 52 ...... LR
161.4975 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 52 LR
161.505 ............ ......do ............... 50, 52 ...... LR
161.5125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 52 LR
161.520 ............ ......do ............... 50, 52 ...... LR
161.5275 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 52 LR
161.535 ............ ......do ............... 50, 52 ...... LR
161.5425 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 52 LR
161.550 ............ ......do ............... 50, 52 ...... LR
161.5575 .......... ......do ............... 30, 50, 52 LR
161.565 ............ ......do ............... 50, 52 ...... LR
161.610 ............ ......do ............... 78 ............ LR
169 to 172 ........ Mobile, oper-
ational fixed.
53.
173.20375 ........ Fixed or mobile 39, 40, 41,
44.
173.210 ............ ......do ............... 40, 41, 44,
54.
173.225 ............ Base or mobile.
173.2375 .......... Fixed or mobile 39, 40, 41,
42.
173.250 ............ Base or mobile
173.2625 .......... Fixed or mobile 39, 40, 41,
42.
173.275 ............ Base or mobile.
173.2875 .......... Fixed or mobile 39, 40, 41,
42.
INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS POOL FREQUENCY
TABLE—Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
173.300 ............ Base or mobile.
173.3125 .......... Fixed or mobile 39, 40, 41,
42.
173.325 ............ Base or mobile.
173.3375 .......... Fixed or mobile 39, 40, 41,
42.
173.350 ............ Base or mobile.
173.3625 .......... Fixed or mobile 39, 40, 41,
42.
173.375 ............ Base or mobile.
173.390 ............ Fixed or mobile 40, 41, 44,
54.
173.39625 ........ ......do ............... 39, 40, 41,
42.
216 to 220 ........ Base or mobile 55.
220 to 222 ........ Base and mo-
bile.
56.
406 to 413 ........ Operational
fixed.
53.
450 to 470 ........ Fixed, base, or
mobile.
27, 57.
451.01875 ........ Base or mobile l33 ............ IW
451.025 ............ ......do ............... .................. IW
451.03125 ........ ......do ............... 33 ............ IW
451.0375 .......... ......do ............... 30 ............ IW
451.04375 ........ ......do ............... 33 ............ IW
451.050 ............ ......do ............... .................. IW
451.05625 ........ ......do ............... 33 ............ IW
451.0625 .......... ......do ............... 30 ............ IW
451.06875 ........ ......do ............... 33 ............ IW
451.075 ............ ......do ............... .................. IW
451.08125 ........ ......do ............... 33 ............ IW
451.0875 .......... ......do ............... 30 ............ IW
451.09375 ........ ......do ............... 33 ............ IW
451.100 ............ ......do ............... .................. IW
451.10625 ........ ......do ............... 33 ............ IW
451.1125 .......... ......do ............... 30 ............ IW
451.11875 ........ ......do ............... 33 ............ IW
451.125 ............ ......do ............... .................. IW
451.13125 ........ ......do ............... 33 ............ IW
451.1375 .......... ......do ............... 30 ............ IW
451.14375 ........ ......do ............... 33 ............ IW
451.150 ............ ......do ............... .................. IW
451.15625 ........ ......do ............... 33 ............ IW
451.1625 .......... ......do ............... 30 ............ IW
451.16875 ........ ......do ............... 33 ............ IW
451.175 ............ ......do.
451.18125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.1875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
451.19375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.200 ............ ......do ............... .................. IW
451.20625 ........ ......do ............... 33 ............ IW
451.2125 .......... ......do ............... 30 ............ IW
451.21875 ........ ......do ............... 33 ............ IW
451.225 ............ ......do.
451.23125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.2375 .......... ......do ............... 30.
451.24375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.250 ............ ......do ............... .................. IW
451.25625 ........ ......do ............... 33 ............ IW
451.2625 .......... ......do ............... 30 ............ IW
451.26875 ........ ......do ............... 33 ............ IW
451.275 ............ ......do.
451.28125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.2875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
451.29375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.300 ............ ......do.
451.30625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.3125 .......... ......do ............... 30.
451.31875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
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INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS POOL FREQUENCY
TABLE—Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
451.325 ............ ......do.
451.33125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.3375 .......... ......do ............... 30.
451.34375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.350 ............ ......do.
451.35625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.3625 .......... ......do ............... 30.
451.36875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.375 ............ ......do.
451.38125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.3875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
451.39375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.400 ............ ......do.
451.40625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.4125 .......... ......do ............... 30.
451.41875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.425 ............ ......do.
451.43125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.4375 .......... ......do ............... 30.
451.44375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.450 ............ ......do.
451.45625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.4625 .......... ......do ............... 30.
451.46875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.475 ............ ......do.
451.48125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.4875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
451.49375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.500 ............ ......do.
451.50625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.5125 .......... ......do ............... 30.
451.51875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.525 ............ ......do.
451.53125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.5375 .......... ......do ............... 30.
451.54375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.550 ............ ......do ............... 4, 7.
451.55625 ........ ......do ............... 4, 7, 33.
451.5625 .......... ......do ............... 4, 7, 30.
451.56875 ........ ......do ............... 4, 7, 33.
451.575 ............ ......do.
451.58125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.5875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
451.59375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.600 ............ ......do ............... 4, 7.
451.60625 ........ ......do ............... 4, 7, 33.
451.6125 .......... ......do ............... 4, 7, 30.
451.61875 ........ ......do ............... 4, 7, 33.
451.625 ............ ......do.
451.63125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.6375 .......... ......do ............... 30.
451.64375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.650 ............ ......do ............... 4, 7.
451.65625 ........ ......do ............... 4, 7, 33.
451.6625 .......... ......do ............... 4, 7, 30.
451.66875 ........ ......do ............... 4, 7, 33.
451.675 ............ ......do.
451.68125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.6875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
451.69375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.700 ............ ......do ............... 4, 7.
451.70625 ........ ......do ............... 4, 7, 33.
451.7125 .......... ......do ............... 4, 7, 30.
451.71875 ........ ......do ............... 4, 7, 33.
451.725 ............ ......do.
451.73125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.7375 .......... ......do ............... 30.
451.74375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.750 ............ ......do ............... 4, 7.
451.75625 ........ ......do ............... 4, 7, 33.
INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS POOL FREQUENCY
TABLE—Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
451.7625 .......... ......do ............... 4, 7, 30.
451.76875 ........ ......do ............... 4, 7, 33.
451.775 ............ ......do.
451.78125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.7875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
451.79375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.800 ............ Base, mobile,
or operational
fixed.
17, 58.
451.80625 ........ ......do ............... 17, 33, 58.
451.8125 .......... ......do ............... 17, 30, 58.
451.81875 ........ ......do ............... 17, 33, 58.
451.825 ............ Base or mobile.
451.83125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.8375 .......... ......do ............... 30.
451.84375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.850 ............ ......do.
451.85625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.8625 .......... ......do ............... 30.
451.86875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.875 ............ ......do.
451.88125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.8875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
451.89375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.900 ............ ......do.
451.90625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.9125 .......... ......do ............... 30.
451.91875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.925 ............ ......do.
451.93125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.9375 .......... ......do ............... 30.
451.94375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.950 ............ ......do.
451.95625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.9625 .......... ......do ............... 30.
451.96875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.975 ............ ......do.
451.98125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
451.9875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
451.99375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.000 ............ ......do.
452.00625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.0125 .......... ......do ............... 30.
452.01875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.025 ............ ......do.
452.03125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.0375 .......... ......do ............... 30.
452.04375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.050 ............ ......do.
452.05625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.0625 .......... ......do ............... 30.
452.06875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.075 ............ ......do.
452.08125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.0875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
452.09375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.100 ............ ......do.
452.10625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.1125 .......... ......do ............... 30.
452.11875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.125 ............ ......do.
452.13125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.1375 .......... ......do ............... 30.
452.14375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.150 ............ ......do.
452.15625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.1625 .......... ......do ............... 30.
452.16875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.175 ............ ......do.
452.18125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
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INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS POOL FREQUENCY
TABLE—Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
452.1875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
452.19375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.200 ............ ......do.
452.20625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.2125 .......... ......do ............... 30.
452.21875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.225 ............ ......do
452.23125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.2375 .......... ......do ............... 30.
452.24375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.250 ............ ......do.
452.25625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.2625 .......... ......do ............... 30.
452.26875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.275 ............ ......do.
452.28125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.2875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
452.29375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.300 ............ ......do.
452.30625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.3125 .......... ......do ............... 30.
452.31875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.325 ............ ......do.
452.33125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.3375 .......... ......do ............... 30.
452.34375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.350 ............ ......do.
452.35625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.3625 .......... ......do ............... 30.
452.36875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.375 ............ ......do.
452.38125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.3875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
452.39375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.400 ............ ......do.
452.40625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.4125 .......... ......do ............... 30.
452.41875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.425 ............ ......do.
452.43125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.4375 .......... ......do ............... 30.
452.44375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.450 ............ ......do.
452.45625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.4625 .......... ......do ............... 30.
452.46875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.475 ............ ......do.
452.48125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.4875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
452.49375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.500 ............ ......do.
452.50625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.5125 .......... ......do ............... 30.
452.51875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.525 ............ ......do.
452.53125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.5375 .......... ......do ............... 30.
452.54375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.550 ............ ......do.
452.55625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.5625 .......... ......do ............... 30.
452.56875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.575 ............ ......do.
452.58125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.5875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
452.59375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.600 ............ ......do.
452.60625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.6125 .......... ......do ............... 30.
452.61875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS POOL FREQUENCY
TABLE—Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
452.625 ............ ......do.
452.63125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.6375 .......... ......do ............... 30.
452.64375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.650 ............ ......do.
452.65625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.6625 .......... ......do ............... 30.
452.66875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.675 ............ ......do.
452.68125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.6875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
452.69375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.700 ............ ......do.
452.70625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.7125 .......... ......do ............... 30.
452.71875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.725 ............ ......do.
452.73125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.7375 .......... ......do ............... 30.
452.74375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.750 ............ ......do.
452.75625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.7625 .......... ......do ............... 30.
452.76875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.775 ............ ......do.
452.78125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.7875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
452.79375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.800 ............ ......do.
452.80625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.8125 .......... ......do ............... 30.
452.81875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.825 ............ ......do.
452.83125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.8375 .......... ......do ............... 30.
452.84375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.850 ............ ......do.
452.85625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.8625 .......... ......do ............... 30.
452.86875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.875 ............ ......do.
452.88125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.8875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
452.89375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.900 ............ ......do ............... .................. LR
452.90625 ........ ......do ............... 33 ............ LR
452.9125 .......... ......do ............... 30 ............ LR
452.91875 ........ ......do ............... 33 ............ LR
452.925 ............ ......do ............... 59 ............ LR
452.93125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 59 ...... LR
452.9375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 59 ...... LR
452.94375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 59 ...... LR
452.950 ............ ......do ............... 59 ............ LR
452.95625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 59 ...... LR
452.9625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 59 ...... LR
452.96875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 59 ...... LR
452.975 ............ ......do.
452.98125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
452.9875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
452.99375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
453.000 ............ ......do.
453.00625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
453.0125 .......... ......do ............... 30.
453.01875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
454.000 ............ ......do ............... 8 IP
456.01875 ........ ......do ............... 33 ............ IW
456.025 ............ Mobile .............. .................. IW
456.03125 ........ ......do ............... 33 ............ IW
456.0375 .......... ......do ............... 30 ............ IW
456.04375 ........ ......do ............... 33 ............ IW
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INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS POOL FREQUENCY
TABLE—Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
456.050 ............ ......do ............... .................. IW
456.05625 ........ ......do ............... 33 ............ IW
456.0625 .......... ......do ............... 30 ............ IW
456.06875 ........ ......do ............... 33 ............ IW
456.075 ............ ......do ............... .................. IW
456.08125 ........ ......do ............... 33 ............ IW
456.0875 .......... ......do ............... 30 ............ IW
456.09375 ........ ......do ............... 33 ............ IW
456.100 ............ ......do ............... .................. IW
456.10625 ........ ......do ............... 33 ............ IW
456.1125 .......... ......do ............... 30 ............ IW
456.11875 ........ ......do ............... 33 ............ IW
456.125 ............ ......do ............... .................. IW
456.13125 ........ ......do ............... 33 ............ IW
456.1375 .......... ......do ............... 30 ............ IW
456.14375 ........ ......do ............... 33 ............ IW
456.150 ............ ......do ............... .................. IW
456.15625 ........ ......do ............... 33 ............ IW
456.1625 .......... ......do ............... 30 ............ IW
456.16875 ........ ......do ............... 33 ............ IW
456.175 ............ ......do.
456.18125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.1875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
456.19375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.200 ............ ......do ............... .................. IW
456.20625 ........ ......do ............... 33 ............ IW
456.2125 .......... ......do ............... 30 ............ IW
456.21875 ........ ......do ............... 33 ............ IW
456.225 ............ ......do.
456.23125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.2375 .......... ......do ............... 30.
456.24375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.250 ............ ......do ............... .................. IW
456.25625 ........ ......do ............... 33 ............ IW
456.2625 .......... ......do ............... 30 ............ IW
456.26875 ........ ......do ............... 33 ............ IW
456.275 ............ ......do.
456.28125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.2875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
456.29375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.300 ............ ......do.
456.30625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.3125 .......... ......do ............... 30.
456.31875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.325 ............ ......do.
456.33125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.3375 .......... ......do ............... 30.
456.34375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.350 ............ ......do.
456.35625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.3625 .......... ......do ............... 30.
456.36875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.375 ............ ......do.
456.38125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.3875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
456.39375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.400 ............ ......do.
456.40625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.4125 .......... ......do ............... 30.
456.41875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.425 ............ ......do.
456.43125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.4375 .......... ......do ............... 30.
456.44375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.450 ............ ......do.
456.45625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.4625 .......... ......do ............... 30.
456.46875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.475 ............ ......do.
456.48125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS POOL FREQUENCY
TABLE—Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
456.4875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
456.49375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.500 ............ ......do.
456.50625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.5125 .......... ......do ............... 30.
456.51875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.525 ............ ......do.
456.53125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.5375 .......... ......do ............... 30.
456.54375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.550 ............ ......do.
456.55625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.5625 .......... ......do ............... 30.
456.56875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.575 ............ ......do.
456.58125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.5875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
456.59375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.600 ............ ......do.
456.60625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.6125 .......... ......do ............... 30.
456.61875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.625 ............ ......do.
456.63125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.6375 .......... ......do ............... 30.
456.64375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.650 ............ ......do.
456.65625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.6625 .......... ......do ............... 30.
456.66875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.675 ............ ......do.
456.68125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.6875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
456.69375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.700 ............ ......do.
456.70625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.7125 .......... ......do ............... 30.
456.71875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.725 ............ ......do.
456.73125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.7375 .......... ......do ............... 30.
456.74375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.750 ............ ......do.
456.75625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.7625 .......... ......do ............... 30.
456.76875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.775 ............ ......do.
456.78125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.7875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
456.79375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.800 ............ Base, mobile,
or operational
fixed.
17, 58.
456.80625 ........ ......do ............... 17, 33, 58.
456.8125 .......... ......do ............... 17, 30, 58.
456.81875 ........ ......do ............... 17, 33, 58.
456.825 ............ Mobile.
456.83125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.8375 .......... ......do ............... 30.
456.84375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.850 ............ ......do.
456.85625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.8625 .......... ......do ............... 30.
456.86875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.875 ............ ......do.
456.88125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.8875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
456.89375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.900 ............ ......do.
456.90625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
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Federal Communications Commission §90.35
INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS POOL FREQUENCY
TABLE—Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
456.9125 .......... ......do ............... 30.
456.91875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.925 ............ ......do.
456.93125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.9375 .......... ......do ............... 30.
456.94375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.950 ............ ......do.
456.95625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.9625 .......... ......do ............... 30.
456.96875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.975 ............ ......do.
456.98125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
456.9875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
456.99375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.000 ............ ......do.
457.00625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.0125 .......... ......do ............... 30.
457.01875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.025 ............ ......do.
457.03125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.0375 .......... ......do ............... 30.
457.04375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.050 ............ ......do.
457.05625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.0625 .......... ......do ............... 30.
457.06875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.075 ............ ......do.
457.08125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.0875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
457.09375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.100 ............ ......do.
457.10625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.1125 .......... ......do ............... 30.
457.11875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.125 ............ ......do.
457.13125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.1375 .......... ......do ............... 30.
457.14375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.150 ............ ......do.
457.15625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.1625 .......... ......do ............... 30.
457.16875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.175 ............ ......do.
457.18125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.1875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
457.19375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.200 ............ ......do.
457.20625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.2125 .......... ......do ............... 30.
457.21875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.225 ............ ......do.
457.23125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.2375 .......... ......do ............... 30.
457.24375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.250 ............ ......do.
457.25625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.2625 .......... ......do ............... 30.
457.26875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.275 ............ ......do.
457.28125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.2875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
457.29375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.300 ............ ......do.
457.30625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.3125 .......... ......do ............... 30.
457.31875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.325 ............ ......do.
457.33125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.3375 .......... ......do ............... 30.
457.34375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS POOL FREQUENCY
TABLE—Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
457.350 ............ ......do.
457.35625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.3625 .......... ......do ............... 30.
457.36875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.375 ............ ......do.
457.38125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.3875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
457.39375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.400 ............ ......do.
457.40625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.4125 .......... ......do ............... 30.
457.41875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.425 ............ ......do.
457.43125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.4375 .......... ......do ............... 30.
457.44375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.450 ............ ......do.
457.45625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.4625 .......... ......do ............... 30.
457.46875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.475 ............ ......do.
457.48125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.4875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
457.49375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.500 ............ ......do.
457.50625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.5125 .......... ......do ............... 30.
457.51875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.525 ............ ......do ............... 11, 12, 47,
60.
457.53125 ........ ......do ............... 11, 12, 33,
47, 60.
457.5375 .......... ......do ............... 11, 12, 30,
47, 60.
457.54375 ........ ......do ............... 11, 12, 33,
47, 60.
457.550 ............ ......do ............... 11, 12, 47,
60.
457.55625 ........ ......do ............... 11, 12, 33,
47, 60.
457.5625 .......... ......do ............... 11, 12, 30,
47, 60.
457.56875 ........ ......do ............... 11, 12, 33,
47, 60.
457.575 ............ ......do ............... 11, 12, 47,
60.
457.58125 ........ ......do ............... 11, 12, 33,
47, 60.
457.5875 .......... ......do ............... 11, 12, 30,
47, 60.
457.59375 ........ ......do ............... 11, 12, 33,
47, 60.
457.600 ............ ......do ............... 11, 12, 47,
60.
457.60625 ........ ......do ............... 11, 12, 33,
47, 60.
457.6125 .......... ......do ............... 11, 12, 30,
47, 60.
457.61875 ........ ......do ............... 11, 12, 33,
47, 60.
457.625 ............ ......do.
457.63125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.6375 .......... ......do ............... 30.
457.64375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.650 ............ ......do.
457.65625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.6625 .......... ......do ............... 30.
457.66875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.675 ............ ......do.
457.68125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
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INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS POOL FREQUENCY
TABLE—Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
457.6875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
457.69375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.700 ............ ......do.
457.70625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.7125 .......... ......do ............... 30.
457.71875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.725 ............ ......do.
457.73125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.7375 .......... ......do ............... 30.
457.74375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.750 ............ ......do.
457.75625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.7625 .......... ......do ............... 30.
457.76875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.775 ............ ......do.
457.78125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.7875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
457.79375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.800 ............ ......do.
457.80625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.8125 .......... ......do ............... 30.
457.81875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.825 ............ ......do.
457.83125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.8375 .......... ......do ............... 30.
457.84375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.850 ............ ......do.
457.85625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.8625 .......... ......do ............... 30.
457.86875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.875 ............ ......do.
457.88125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.8875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
457.89375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.900 ............ ......do ............... .................. LR
457.90625 ........ ......do ............... 33 ............ LR
457.9125 .......... ......do ............... 30 ............ LR
457.91875 ........ ......do ............... 33 ............ LR
457.925 ............ ......do ............... 59 ............ LR
457.93125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 59 ...... LR
457.9375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 59 ...... LR
457.94375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 59 ...... LR
457.950 ............ ......do ............... 59 ............ LR
457.95625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 59 ...... LR
457.9625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 59 ...... LR
457.96875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 59 ...... LR
457.975 ............ ......do.
457.98125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
457.9875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
457.99375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
458.000 ............ ......do.
458.00625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
458.0125 .......... ......do ............... 30.
458.01875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
459.000 ............ Base or mobile 8 .............. IP
460.650 ............ ......do ............... 48, 61, 62.
460.65625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 48, 61,
62.
460.6625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 48, 61,
62, 69.
460.66875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 48, 61,
62.
460.675 ............ ......do ............... 48, 61, 62.
460.68125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 48, 61,
62.
460.6875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 48, 61,
62, 69.
460.69375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 48, 61,
62.
460.700 ............ ......do ............... 48, 61, 62.
INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS POOL FREQUENCY
TABLE—Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
460.70625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 48, 61,
62.
460.7125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 48, 61,
62, 69.
460.71875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 48, 61,
62.
460.725 ............ ......do ............... 48, 61, 62.
460.73125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 48, 61,
62.
460.7375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 48, 61,
62, 69.
460.74375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 48, 61,
62.
460.750 ............ ......do ............... 48, 61, 62.
460.75625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 48, 61,
62.
460.7625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 48, 61,
62, 69.
460.76875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 48, 61,
62.
460.775 ............ ......do ............... 48, 61, 62.
460.78125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 48, 61,
62.
460.7875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 48, 61,
62, 69.
460.79375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 48, 61,
62.
460.800 ............ ......do ............... 48, 61, 62.
460.80625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 48, 61,
62.
460.8125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 48, 61,
62, 69.
460.81875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 48, 61,
62.
460.825 ............ ......do ............... 48, 61, 62.
460.83125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 48, 61,
62.
460.8375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 48, 61,
62, 69.
460.84375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 48, 61,
62.
460.850 ............ ......do ............... 48, 61, 62.
460.85625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 48, 61,
62.
460.8625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 48, 61,
62, 69.
460.86875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 48, 61,
62.
460.875 ............ ......do ............... 48, 61, 62.
460.88125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 48, 61,
62.
460.8875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 48, 61,
62, 69.
460.89375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 48, 61,
62.
460.900 ............ ......do ............... 63, 64, 65.
460.90625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 63, 64,
65.
460.9125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 63, 64,
65.
460.91875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 63, 64,
65.
460.925 ............ ......do ............... 63, 64, 65.
460.93125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 63, 64,
65.
460.9375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 63, 64,
65.
460.94375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 63, 64,
65.
460.950 ............ ......do ............... 63, 64, 65.
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INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS POOL FREQUENCY
TABLE—Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
460.95625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 63, 64,
65.
460.9625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 63, 64,
65.
460.96875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 63, 64,
65.
460.975 ............ ......do ............... 64, 65, 66
460.98125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 64, 65,
66.
460.9875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 64, 65,
66.
460.99375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 64, 65,
66.
461.000 ............ ......do ............... 64, 65, 66.
461.00625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 64, 65,
66.
461.0125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 64, 65,
66.
461.01875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 64, 65,
66.
461.025 ............ ......do ............... 62.
461.03125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.0375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
461.04375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.050 ............ ......do ............... 62.
461.05625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.0625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
461.06875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.075 ............ ......do ............... 62.
461.08125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.0875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
461.09375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.100 ............ ......do ............... 62.
461.10625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.1125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
461.11875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.125 ............ ......do ............... 62.
461.13125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.1375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
461.14375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.150 ............ ......do ............... 62.
461.15625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.1625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
461.16875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.175 ............ ......do ............... 62.
461.18125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.1875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
461.19375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.200 ............ ......do ............... 62.
461.20625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.2125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
461.21875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.225 ............ ......do ............... 62.
461.23125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.2375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
461.24375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.250 ............ ......do ............... 62.
461.25625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.2625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
461.26875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.275 ............ ......do ............... 62.
461.28125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.2875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
461.29375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.300 ............ ......do ............... 62.
461.30625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.3125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
461.31875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.325 ............ ......do ............... 62.
461.33125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS POOL FREQUENCY
TABLE—Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
461.3375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
461.34375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.350 ............ ......do ............... 62.
461.35625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.3625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
461.36875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.375 ............ ......do ............... 62.
461.38125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.3875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
461.39375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.400 ............ ......do ............... 62.
461.40625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.4125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
461.41875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.425 ............ ......do ............... 62.
461.43125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.4375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
461.44375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.450 ............ ......do ............... 62.
461.45625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.4625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
461.46875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.475 ............ ......do ............... 62.
461.48125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.4875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
461.49375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.500 ............ ......do ............... 62.
461.50625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.5125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
461.51875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.525 ............ ......do ............... 62.
461.53125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.5375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
461.54375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.550 ............ ......do ............... 62.
461.55625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.5625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
461.56875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.575 ............ ......do ............... 62.
461.58125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.5875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
461.59375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.600 ............ ......do ............... 62.
461.60625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.6125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
461.61875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.625 ............ ......do ............... 62.
461.63125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.6375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
461.64375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.650 ............ ......do ............... 62.
461.65625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.6625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
461.66875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.675 ............ ......do ............... 62.
461.68125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.6875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
461.69375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.700 ............ ......do ............... 62.
461.70625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.7125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
461.71875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.725 ............ ......do ............... 62.
461.73125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.7375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
461.74375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.750 ............ ......do ............... 62.
461.75625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.7625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
461.76875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
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INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS POOL FREQUENCY
TABLE—Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
461.775 ............ ......do ............... 62.
461.78125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.7875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
461.79375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.800 ............ ......do ............... 62.
461.80625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.8125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
461.81875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.825 ............ ......do ............... 62.
461.83125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.8375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
461.84375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.850 ............ ......do ............... 62.
461.85625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.8625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
461.86875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.875 ............ ......do ............... 62.
461.88125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.8875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
461.89375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.900 ............ ......do ............... 62.
461.90625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.9125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
461.91875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.925 ............ ......do ............... 62.
461.93125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.9375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
461.94375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.950 ............ ......do ............... 62.
461.95625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.9625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
461.96875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.975 ............ ......do ............... 62.
461.98125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
461.9875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
461.99375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
462.000 ............ ......do ............... 62.
462.00625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
462.0125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
462.01875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
462.025 ............ ......do ............... 62.
462.03125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
462.0375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
462.04375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
462.050 ............ ......do ............... 62.
462.05625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
462.0625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
462.06875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
462.075 ............ ......do ............... 62.
462.08125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
462.0875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
462.09375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
462.100 ............ ......do ............... 62.
462.10625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
462.1125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
462.11875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
462.125 ............ ......do ............... 62.
462.13125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
462.1375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
462.14375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
462.150 ............ ......do ............... 62.
462.15625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
462.1625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
462.16875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
462.175 ............ ......do ............... 62.
462.18125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
462.1875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
462.19375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
462.200 ............ ......do.
462.20625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS POOL FREQUENCY
TABLE—Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
462.2125 .......... ......do ............... 30.
462.21875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
462.225 ............ ......do.
462.23125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
462.2375 .......... ......do ............... 30.
462.24375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
462.250 ............ ......do.
462.25625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
462.2625 .......... ......do ............... 30.
462.26875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
462.275 ............ ......do.
462.28125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
462.2875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
462.29375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
462.300 ............ ......do.
462.30625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
462.3125 .......... ......do ............... 30.
462.31875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
462.325 ............ ......do.
462.33125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
462.3375 .......... ......do ............... 30.
462.34375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
462.350 ............ ......do.
462.35625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
462.3625 .......... ......do ............... 30.
462.36875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
462.375 ............ ......do.
462.38125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
462.3875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
462.39375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
462.400 ............ ......do.
462.40625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
462.4125 .......... ......do ............... 30.
462.41875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
462.425 ............ ......do.
462.43125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
462.4375 .......... ......do ............... 30.
462.44375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
462.450 ............ ......do.
462.45625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
462.4625 .......... ......do ............... 30.
462.46875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
462.475 ............ ......do.
462.48125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
462.4875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
462.49375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
462.500 ............ ......do.
462.50625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
462.5125 .......... ......do ............... 30.
462.51875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
462.525 ............ ......do.
462.53125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
462.750 ............ Base ................ 29, 36.
462.7625 .......... Mobile .............. 67.
462.775 ............ Base ................ 29, 36.
462.7875 .......... Mobile .............. 67.
462.800 ............ Base ................ 29, 36.
462.8125 .......... Mobile .............. 67.
462.825 ............ Base ................ 29, 36.
462.8375 .......... Mobile .............. 67.
462.850 ............ Base ................ 29, 36.
462.8625 .......... Mobile .............. 67.
462.875 ............ Base ................ 29, 36.
462.8875 .......... Mobile .............. 67.
462.900 ............ Base ................ 29, 36.
462.9125 .......... Mobile .............. 67.
462.925 ............ Base ................ 29, 36.
462.9375 .......... Mobile .............. 67.
462.94375 ........ Base or mobile 33.
463.200 ............ ......do ............... 62.
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INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS POOL FREQUENCY
TABLE—Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
463.20625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.2125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
463.21875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.225 ............ ......do ............... 62.
463.23125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.2375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
463.24375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.250 ............ ......do ............... 62.
463.25625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.2625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
463.26875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.275 ............ ......do ............... 62.
463.28125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.2875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
463.29375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.300 ............ ......do ............... 62.
463.30625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.3125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
463.31875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.325 ............ ......do ............... 62.
463.33125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.3375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
463.34375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.350 ............ ......do ............... 62.
463.35625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.3625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
463.36875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.375 ............ ......do ............... 62.
463.38125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.3875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
463.39375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.400 ............ ......do ............... 62.
463.40625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.4125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
463.41875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.425 ............ ......do ............... 62.
463.43125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.4375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
463.44375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.450 ............ ......do ............... 62.
463.45625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.4625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
463.46875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.475 ............ ......do ............... 62.
463.48125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.4875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
463.49375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.500 ............ ......do ............... 62.
463.50625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.5125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
463.51875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.525 ............ ......do ............... 62.
463.53125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.5375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
463.54375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.550 ............ ......do ............... 62.
463.55625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.5625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
463.56875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.575 ............ ......do ............... 62.
463.58125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.5875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
463.59375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.600 ............ ......do ............... 62.
463.60625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.6125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
463.61875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.625 ............ ......do ............... 62.
463.63125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.6375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS POOL FREQUENCY
TABLE—Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
463.64375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.650 ............ ......do ............... 62.
463.65625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.6625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
463.66875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.675 ............ ......do ............... 62.
463.68125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.6875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
463.69375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.700 ............ ......do ............... 62.
463.70625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.7125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
463.71875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.725 ............ ......do ............... 62.
463.73125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.7375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
463.74375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.750 ............ ......do ............... 62.
463.75625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.7625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
463.76875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.775 ............ ......do ............... 62.
463.78125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.7875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
463.79375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.800 ............ ......do ............... 62.
463.80625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.8125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
463.81875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.825 ............ ......do ............... 62.
463.83125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.8375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
463.84375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.850 ............ ......do ............... 62.
463.85625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.8625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
463.86875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.875 ............ ......do ............... 62.
463.88125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.8875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
463.89375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.900 ............ ......do ............... 62.
463.90625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.9125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
463.91875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.925 ............ ......do ............... 62.
463.93125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.9375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
463.94375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.950 ............ ......do ............... 62.
463.95625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.9625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
463.96875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.975 ............ ......do ............... 62.
463.98125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
463.9875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
463.99375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.000 ............ ......do ............... 62.
464.00625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.0125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
464.01875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.025 ............ ......do ............... 62.
464.03125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.0375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
464.04375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.050 ............ ......do ............... 62.
464.05625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.0625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
464.06875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.075 ............ ......do ............... 62.
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INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS POOL FREQUENCY
TABLE—Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
464.08125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.0875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
464.09375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.100 ............ ......do ............... 62.
464.10625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.1125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
464.11875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.125 ............ ......do ............... 62.
464.13125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.1375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
464.14375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.150 ............ ......do ............... 62.
464.15625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.1625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
464.16875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.175 ............ ......do ............... 62.
464.18125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.1875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
464.19375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.200 ............ ......do ............... 62.
464.20625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.2125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
464.21875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.225 ............ ......do ............... 62.
464.23125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.2375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
464.24375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.250 ............ ......do ............... 62.
464.25625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.2625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
464.26875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.275 ............ ......do ............... 62.
464.28125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.2875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
464.29375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.300 ............ ......do ............... 62.
464.30625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.3125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
464.31875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.325 ............ ......do ............... 62.
464.33125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.3375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
464.34375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.350 ............ ......do ............... 62.
464.35625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.3625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
464.36875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.375 ............ ......do ............... 62.
464.38125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.3875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
464.39375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.400 ............ ......do ............... 62.
464.40625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.4125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
464.41875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.425 ............ ......do ............... 62.
464.43125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.4375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
464.44375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.450 ............ ......do ............... 62.
464.45625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.4625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
464.46875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.475 ............ ......do ............... 62.
464.48125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.4875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
464.500 ............ ......do ............... 10, 34.
464.5125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
464.51875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.525 ............ ......do ............... 62.
INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS POOL FREQUENCY
TABLE—Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
464.53125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.5375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
464.550 ............ ......do ............... 10, 34.
464.5625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
464.56875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.575 ............ ......do ............... 62.
464.58125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.5875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
464.59375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.600 ............ ......do ............... 62.
464.60625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.6125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
464.61875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.625 ............ ......do ............... 62.
464.63125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.6375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
464.64375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.650 ............ ......do ............... 62.
464.65625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.6625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
464.66875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.675 ............ ......do ............... 62.
464.68125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.6875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
464.69375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.700 ............ ......do ............... 62.
464.70625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.7125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
464.71875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.725 ............ ......do ............... 62.
464.73125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.7375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
464.74375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.750 ............ ......do ............... 62.
464.75625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.7625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
464.76875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.775 ............ ......do ............... 62.
464.78125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.7875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
464.79375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.800 ............ ......do ............... 62.
464.80625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.8125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
464.81875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.825 ............ ......do ............... 62.
464.83125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.8375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
464.84375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.850 ............ ......do ............... 62.
464.85625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.8625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
464.86875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.875 ............ ......do ............... 62.
464.88125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.8875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
464.89375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.900 ............ ......do ............... 62.
464.90625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.9125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
464.91875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.925 ............ ......do ............... 62.
464.93125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.9375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
464.94375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.950 ............ ......do ............... 62.
464.95625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.9625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
464.96875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.975 ............ ......do ............... 62.
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INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS POOL FREQUENCY
TABLE—Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
464.98125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
464.9875 .......... Mobile .............. 67.
465.000 ............ Base ................ 29, 34, 36.
465.0125 .......... Mobile .............. 67.
465.01875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 34.
465.650 ............ ......do ............... 11, 61, 62,
68.
465.65625 ........ ......do ............... 11, 33, 61,
62, 68.
465.6625 .......... ......do ............... 11, 30, 61,
62, 68,
69.
465.66875 ........ ......do ............... 11, 33, 61,
62, 68.
465.675 ............ ......do ............... 11, 61, 62,
68.
465.68125 ........ ......do ............... 11, 33, 61,
62, 68.
465.6875 .......... ......do ............... 11, 30, 61,
62, 68,
69.
465.69375 ........ ......do ............... 11, 33, 61,
62, 68.
465.700 ............ ......do ............... 11, 61, 62,
68.
465.70625 ........ ......do ............... 11, 33, 61,
62, 68.
465.7125 .......... ......do ............... 11, 30, 61,
62, 68,
69.
465.71875 ........ ......do ............... 11, 33, 61,
62, 68.
465.725 ............ ......do ............... 11, 61, 62,
68.
465.73125 ........ ......do ............... 11, 33, 61,
62, 68.
465.7375 .......... ......do ............... 11, 30, 61,
62, 68,
69.
465.74375 ........ ......do ............... 11, 33, 61,
62, 68.
465.750 ............ ......do ............... 11, 61, 62,
68.
465.75625 ........ ......do ............... 11, 33, 61,
62, 68.
465.7625 .......... ......do ............... 11, 30, 61,
62, 68,
69.
465.76875 ........ ......do ............... 11, 33, 61,
62, 68.
465.775 ............ ......do ............... 11, 61, 62,
68.
465.78125 ........ ......do ............... 11, 33, 61,
62, 68.
465.7875 .......... ......do ............... 11, 30, 61,
62, 68,
69.
465.79375 ........ ......do ............... 11, 33, 61,
62, 68.
465.800 ............ ......do ............... 11, 61, 62,
68.
465.80625 ........ ......do ............... 11, 33, 61,
62, 68.
465.8125 .......... ......do ............... 11, 30, 61,
62, 68,
69.
465.81875 ........ ......do ............... 11, 33, 61,
62, 68.
465.825 ............ ......do ............... 11, 61, 62,
68.
INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS POOL FREQUENCY
TABLE—Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
465.83125 ........ ......do ............... 11, 33, 61,
62, 68.
465.8375 .......... ......do ............... 11, 30, 61,
62, 68,
69.
465.84375 ........ ......do ............... 11, 33, 61,
62, 68.
465.850 ............ ......do ............... 11, 61, 62,
68.
465.85625 ........ ......do ............... 11, 33, 61,
62, 68.
465.8625 .......... ......do ............... 11, 30, 61,
62, 68,
69.
465.86875 ........ ......do ............... 11, 33, 61,
62, 68.
465.875 ............ ......do ............... 11, 61, 62,
68.
465.88125 ........ ......do ............... 11, 33, 61,
62, 68.
465.8875 .......... ......do ............... 11, 30, 61,
62, 68,
69.
465.89375 ........ ......do ............... 11, 33, 61,
62, 68.
465.900 ............ ......do ............... 63, 64.
465.90625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 63, 64.
465.9125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 63, 64.
465.91875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 63, 64.
465.925 ............ ......do ............... 63, 64.
465.93125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 63, 64.
465.9375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 63, 64.
465.94375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 63, 64.
465.950 ............ ......do ............... 63, 64.
465.95625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 63, 64.
465.9625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 63, 64.
465.96875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 63, 64.
465.975 ............ ......do ............... 64, 66.
465.98125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 64, 66.
465.9875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 64, 66.
465.99375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 64, 66.
466.000 ............ ......do ............... 64, 66.
466.00625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 64, 66.
466.0125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 64, 66,
69.
466.01875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 64, 66.
466.025 ............ ......do ............... 62.
466.03125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.0375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
466.04375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.050 ............ ......do ............... 62.
466.05625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.0625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
466.06875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.075 ............ ......do ............... 62.
466.08125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.0875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
466.09375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.100 ............ ......do ............... 62.
466.10625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.1125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
466.11875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.125 ............ ......do ............... 62.
466.13125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.1375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
466.14375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.150 ............ ......do ............... 62.
466.15625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.1625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
466.16875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
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INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS POOL FREQUENCY
TABLE—Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
466.175 ............ ......do ............... 62.
466.18125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.1875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
466.19375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.200 ............ ......do ............... 62.
466.20625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.2125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
466.21875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.225 ............ ......do ............... 62.
466.23125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.2375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
466.24375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.250 ............ ......do ............... 62.
466.25625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.2625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
466.26875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.275 ............ ......do ............... 62.
466.28125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.2875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
466.29375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.300 ............ ......do ............... 62.
466.30625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.3125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
466.31875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.325 ............ ......do ............... 62.
466.33125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.3375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
466.34375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.350 ............ ......do ............... 62.
466.35625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.3625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
466.36875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.375 ............ ......do ............... 62.
466.38125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.3875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
466.39375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.400 ............ ......do ............... 62.
466.40625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.4125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
466.41875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.425 ............ ......do ............... 62.
466.43125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.4375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
466.44375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.450 ............ ......do ............... 62.
466.45625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.4625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
466.46875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.475 ............ ......do ............... 62.
466.48125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.4875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
466.49375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.500 ............ ......do ............... 62.
466.50625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.5125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
466.51875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.525 ............ ......do ............... 62.
466.53125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.5375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
466.54375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.550 ............ ......do ............... 62.
466.55625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.5625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
466.56875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.575 ............ ......do ............... 62.
466.58125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.5875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
466.59375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.600 ............ ......do ............... 62.
466.60625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS POOL FREQUENCY
TABLE—Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
466.6125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
466.61875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.625 ............ ......do ............... 62.
466.63125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.6375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
466.64375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.650 ............ ......do ............... 62.
466.65625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.6625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
466.66875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.675 ............ ......do ............... 62.
466.68125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.6875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
466.69375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.700 ............ ......do ............... 62.
466.70625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.7125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
466.71875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.725 ............ ......do ............... 62.
466.73125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.7375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
466.74375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.750 ............ ......do ............... 62.
466.75625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.7625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
466.76875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.775 ............ ......do ............... 62.
466.78125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.7875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
466.79375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.800 ............ ......do ............... 62.
466.80625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.8125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
466.81875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.825 ............ ......do ............... 62.
466.83125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.8375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
466.84375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.850 ............ ......do ............... 62.
466.85625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.8625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
466.86875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.875 ............ ......do ............... 62.
466.88125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.8875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
466.89375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.900 ............ ......do ............... 62.
466.90625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.9125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
466.91875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.925 ............ ......do ............... 62.
466.93125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.9375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
466.94375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.950 ............ ......do ............... 62.
466.95625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.9625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
466.96875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.975 ............ ......do ............... 62.
466.98125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
466.9875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
466.99375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
467.000 ............ ......do ............... 62.
467.00625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
467.0125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
467.01875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
467.025 ............ ......do ............... 62.
467.03125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
467.0375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
467.04375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
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INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS POOL FREQUENCY
TABLE—Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
467.050 ............ ......do ............... 62.
467.05625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
467.0625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
467.06875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
467.075 ............ ......do ............... 62.
467.08125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
467.0875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
467.09375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
467.100 ............ ......do ............... 62.
467.10625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
467.1125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
467.11875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
467.125 ............ ......do ............... 62.
467.13125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
467.1375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
467.14375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
467.150 ............ ......do ............... 62.
467.15625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
467.1625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
467.16875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
467.175 ............ ......do ............... 62.
467.18125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
467.1875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
467.19375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
467.200 ............ ......do.
467.20625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
467.2125 .......... ......do ............... 30.
467.21875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
467.225 ............ ......do.
467.23125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
467.2375 .......... ......do ............... 30.
467.24375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
467.250 ............ ......do.
467.25625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
467.2625 .......... ......do ............... 30.
467.26875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
467.275 ............ ......do.
467.28125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
467.2875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
467.29375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
467.300 ............ ......do.
467.30625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
467.3125 .......... ......do ............... 30.
467.31875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
467.325 ............ ......do.
467.33125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
467.3375 .......... ......do ............... 30.
467.34375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
467.350 ............ ......do.
467.35625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
467.3625 .......... ......do ............... 30.
467.36875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
467.375 ............ ......do.
467.38125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
467.3875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
467.39375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
467.400 ............ ......do.
467.40625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
467.4125 .......... ......do ............... 30.
467.41875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
467.425 ............ ......do.
467.43125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
467.4375 .......... ......do ............... 30.
467.44375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
467.450 ............ ......do.
467.45625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
467.4625 .......... ......do ............... 30.
467.46875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
467.475 ............ ......do.
467.48125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS POOL FREQUENCY
TABLE—Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
467.4875 .......... ......do ............... 30.
467.49375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
467.500 ............ ......do.
467.50625 ........ ......do ............... 33.
467.5125 .......... ......do ............... 30.
467.51875 ........ ......do ............... 33.
467.525 ............ ......do.
467.53125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
467.74375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
467.750 ............ ......do ............... 11, 12, 35,
60.
467.75625 ........ ......do ............... 11, 12, 33,
35, 60.
467.7625 .......... ......do ............... 11, 12, 30,
35, 60.
467.76875 ........ ......do ............... 11, 12, 33,
35, 60.
467.775 ............ ......do ............... 11, 12, 35,
60.
467.78125 ........ ......do ............... 11, 12, 33,
35, 60.
467.7875 .......... ......do ............... 11, 12, 30,
35, 60.
467.79375 ........ ......do ............... 11, 12, 33,
35, 60.
467.800 ............ ......do ............... 11, 12, 35,
60.
467.80625 ........ ......do ............... 11, 12, 33,
35, 60.
467.8125 .......... ......do ............... 11, 12, 30,
35, 60.
467.81875 ........ ......do ............... 11, 12, 33,
35, 60.
467.825 ............ ......do ............... 11, 12, 35,
60.
467.83125 ........ ......do ............... 11, 12, 33,
35, 60.
467.8375 .......... ......do ............... 11, 12, 33,
35, 60.
467.850 ............ ......do ............... 11, 12, 35.
467.8625 .......... ......do ............... 67.
467.875 ............ ......do ............... 11, 12, 35.
467.8875 .......... ......do ............... 67.
467.900 ............ ......do ............... 11, 12, 35.
467.9125 .......... ......do ............... 67.
467.925 ............ ......do ............... 11, 12, 35.
467.93125 ........ ......do ............... 33.
467.9375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 67.
467.94375 ........ ......do ............... 33.
468.200 ............ ......do ............... 62.
468.20625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.2125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
468.21875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.225 ............ ......do ............... 62.
468.23125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.2375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
468.24375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.250 ............ ......do ............... 62.
468.25625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.2625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
468.26875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.275 ............ ......do ............... 62.
468.28125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.2875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
468.29375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.300 ............ ......do ............... 62.
468.30625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.3125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
468.31875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.325 ............ ......do ............... 62.
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INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS POOL FREQUENCY
TABLE—Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
468.33125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.3375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
468.34375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.350 ............ ......do ............... 62.
468.35625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.3625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
468.36875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.375 ............ ......do ............... 62.
468.38125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.3875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
468.39375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.400 ............ ......do ............... 62.
468.40625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.4125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
468.41875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.425 ............ ......do ............... 62.
468.43125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.4375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
468.44375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.450 ............ ......do ............... 62.
468.45625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.4625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
468.46875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.475 ............ ......do ............... 62.
468.48125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.4875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
468.49375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.500 ............ ......do ............... 62.
468.50625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.5125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
468.51875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.525 ............ ......do ............... 62.
468.53125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.5375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
468.54375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.550 ............ ......do ............... 62.
468.55625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.5625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
468.56875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.575 ............ ......do ............... 62.
468.58125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.5875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
468.59375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.600 ............ ......do ............... 62.
468.60625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.6125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
468.61875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.625 ............ ......do ............... 62.
468.63125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.6375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
468.64375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.650 ............ ......do ............... 62.
468.65625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.6625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
468.66875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.675 ............ ......do ............... 62.
468.68125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.6875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
468.69375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.700 ............ ......do ............... 62.
468.70625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.7125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
468.71875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.725 ............ ......do ............... 62.
468.73125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.7375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
468.74375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.750 ............ ......do ............... 62.
468.75625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.7625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS POOL FREQUENCY
TABLE—Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
468.76875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.775 ............ ......do ............... 62.
468.78125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.7875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
468.79375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.800 ............ ......do ............... 62.
468.80625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.8125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
468.81875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.825 ............ ......do ............... 62.
468.83125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.8375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
468.84375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.850 ............ ......do ............... 62.
468.85625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.8625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
468.86875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.875 ............ ......do ............... 62.
468.88125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.8875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
468.89375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.900 ............ ......do ............... 62.
468.90625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.9125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
468.91875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.925 ............ ......do ............... 62.
468.93125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.9375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
468.94375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.950 ............ ......do ............... 62.
468.95625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.9625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
468.96875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.975 ............ ......do ............... 62.
468.98125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
468.9875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
468.99375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.000 ............ ......do ............... 62.
469.00625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.0125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
469.01875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.025 ............ ......do ............... 62.
469.03125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.0375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
469.04375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.050 ............ ......do ............... 62.
469.05625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.0625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
469.06875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.075 ............ ......do ............... 62.
469.08125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.0875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
469.09375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.100 ............ ......do ............... 62.
469.10625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.1125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
469.11875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.125 ............ ......do ............... 62.
469.13125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.1375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
469.14375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.150 ............ ......do ............... 62.
469.15625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.1625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
469.16875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.175 ............ ......do ............... 62.
469.18125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.1875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
469.19375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.200 ............ ......do ............... 62.
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INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS POOL FREQUENCY
TABLE—Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
469.20625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.2125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
469.21875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.225 ............ ......do ............... 62.
469.23125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.2375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
469.24375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.250 ............ ......do ............... 62.
469.25625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.2625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
469.26875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.275 ............ ......do ............... 62.
469.28125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.2875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
469.29375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.300 ............ ......do ............... 62.
469.30625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.3125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
469.31875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.325 ............ ......do ............... 62.
469.33125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.3375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
469.34375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.350 ............ ......do ............... 62.
469.35625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.3625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
469.36875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.375 ............ ......do ............... 62.
469.38125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.3875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
469.39375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.400 ............ ......do ............... 62.
469.40625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.4125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
469.41875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.425 ............ ......do ............... 62.
469.43125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.4375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
469.44375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.450 ............ ......do ............... 62.
469.45625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.4625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
469.46875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.475 ............ ......do ............... 62.
469.48125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.4875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
469.500 ............ ......do ............... 10, 30, 34.
469.5125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
469.51875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.525 ............ ......do ............... 62.
469.53125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.5375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
469.550 ............ ......do ............... 10, 30, 34.
469.5625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
469.56875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.575 ............ ......do ............... 62.
469.58125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.5875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
469.59375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.600 ............ ......do ............... 62.
469.60625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.6125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
469.61875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.625 ............ ......do ............... 62.
469.63125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.6375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
469.64375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.650 ............ ......do ............... 62.
469.65625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.6625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS POOL FREQUENCY
TABLE—Continued
Frequency or
band
Class of sta-
tion(s)
Limitations
Coordina-
tor
469.66875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.675 ............ ......do ............... 62.
469.68125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.6875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
469.69375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.700 ............ ......do ............... 62.
469.70625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.7125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
469.71875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.725 ............ ......do ............... 62.
469.73125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.7375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
469.74375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.750 ............ ......do ............... 62.
469.75625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.7625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
469.76875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.775 ............ ......do ............... 62.
469.78125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.7875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
469.79375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.800 ............ ......do ............... 62.
469.80625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.8125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
469.81875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.825 ............ ......do ............... 62.
469.83125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.8375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
469.84375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.850 ............ ......do ............... 62.
469.85625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.8625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
469.86875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.875 ............ ......do ............... 62.
469.88125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.8875 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
469.89375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.900 ............ ......do ............... 62.
469.90625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.9125 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
469.91875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.925 ............ ......do ............... 62.
469.93125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.9375 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
469.94375 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.950 ............ ......do ............... 62.
469.95625 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.9625 .......... ......do ............... 30, 62.
469.96875 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
469.975 ............ ......do ............... 62.
469.98125 ........ ......do ............... 33, 62.
470 to 512 ........ Base or mobile 70.
806 to 821 ........ Mobile .............. 71.
851 to 866 ........ Base or mobile 71.
896 to 901 ........ Mobile .............. 71.
928 and above Operational
fixed.
72.
929 to 930 ........ Base only ......... 73.
935 to 940 ........ Base or mobile 71.
1,427 to 1,435 .. Base, or mobile
operational
fixed.
55 .
2,450 to 2,500 .. Base or mobile 74.
8,400 to 8,500 .. ......do ............... 75.
10,550 to 10,
680.
......do ............... 76.
(c) Expl anati on of assi gnment l i mi ta-
ti ons appeari ng i n the frequency tabl e
of paragraph (b)(3) of thi s secti on:
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(1) Use of thi s frequency i s permi tted
as fol l ows:
(i ) Onl y enti ti es engaged i n the fol -
l owi ng acti vi ti es are el i gi bl e to use
thi s spectrum, and then onl y i n accord-
ance wi th §90.266:
(A) Prospecti ng for petrol eum, natu-
ral gas or petrol eum products;
(B) Di stri buti on of el ectri c power or
the di stri buti on by pi pel i ne of fuel s or
water;
(C) Expl orati on, i ts support servi ces,
and the repai r of pi pel i nes; or
(D) The repai r of tel ecommuni cati ons
ci rcui ts.
(i i ) Except as provi ded i n thi s part,
l i censees may not use these frequenci es
i n the pl ace of other operati onal ci r-
cui ts permi tted by the Commi ssi on’s
rul es. Ci rcui ts operati ng on these fre-
quenci es may be used onl y for the fol -
l owi ng purposes:
(A) Provi di ng standby backup com-
muni cati ons for ci rcui ts whi ch have
been di srupted and whi ch di rectl y af-
fect the safety of l i fe, property, or the
nati onal i nterest or are used for coordi -
nati ng i nter-uti l i ty, i ntra-uti l i ty, and
power pool di stri buti on of el ectri c
power;
(B) Provi di ng operati onal ci rcui ts
duri ng expl orati on;
(C) Coordi nati ng the repai r of i nter-
uti l i ty, i ntra-uti l i ty, and power pool
el ectri c power di stri buti on networks,
or the repai r of pi pel i nes;
(D) Expl oratory efforts i n mi ni ng for
sol i d fuel s, mi neral s, and metal s i m-
portant to the nati onal i nterest;
(E) Repai r of pi pel i nes used for the
transmi ssi on of fuel or water;
(F ) Servi ces supporti ng the expl o-
rati on for energy or mi neral resources
i mportant to the nati onal i nterest,
wi thout whi ch such expl orati on cannot
be conducted; or
(G) Coordi nati ng the repai r of
wi rel i ne or poi nt-to-poi nt mi crowave
ci rcui ts.
(2) Use of thi s frequency i s l i mi ted to
an ampl i tude modul ati on mode of oper-
ati on.
(3) Thi s frequency i s avai l abl e for as-
si gnment onl y to stati ons uti l i zed for
geophysi cal purposes.
(4) Geophysi cal operati ons may use
tone or i mpul se si gnal i ng for purposes
other than i ndi cati ng fai l ure of equi p-
ment or abnormal condi ti ons on thi s
frequency. Al l such tone or i mpul se
si gnal i ng shal l be on a secondary basi s
and subj ect to the fol l owi ng l i mi ta-
ti ons:
(i ) Maxi mum durati on of a si ngl e
non-voi ce transmi ssi on may not exceed
3 mi nutes;
(i i ) The bandwi dth uti l i zed for sec-
ondary tone or i mpul se si gnal i ng shal l
not exceed that authori zed to the l i -
censee for voi ce emi ssi on on the fre-
quency concerned;
(i i i ) F requency l oadi ng resul ti ng
from the use of secondary tone or i m-
pul se si gnal i ng wi l l not be consi dered
i n whol e or i n part, as a j usti fi cati on
for authori zi ng addi ti onal frequenci es
i n the l i censee’s mobi l e servi ce system;
and
(i v) The maxi mum transmi tter out-
put power for tone or i mpul se trans-
mi ssi ons shal l not exceed 50 watts.
(5) F requenci es bel ow 25 MHz wi l l be
assi gned to base or mobi l e stati ons
onl y upon a sati sfactory showi ng that,
from a safety of l i fe standpoi nt, fre-
quenci es above 25 MHz wi l l not meet
the operati onal requi rements of the ap-
pl i cant.
(6) F requenci es may be assi gned i n
pai rs wi th the separati on between base
and mobi l e transmi t frequenci es bei ng
5.26 MHz. A mobi l e stati on may be as-
si gned the frequency whi ch woul d nor-
mal l y be assi gned to a base stati on for
si ngl e-frequency operati on. However,
thi s si ngl e-frequency operati on may be
subj ect to i nterference that woul d not
occur to a two-frequency system.
(7) Thi s frequency i s avai l abl e for as-
si gnment to geophysi cal stati ons on a
secondary basi s to other l i censees. Geo-
physi cal stati ons must cease oper-
ati ons on thi s frequency i mmedi atel y
upon recei vi ng noti ce that i nterference
i s bei ng caused to mobi l e servi ce sta-
ti ons.
(8) Thi s frequency i s pri mari l y avai l -
abl e for oi l spi l l contai nment and
cl eanup operati ons and for trai ni ng and
dri l l s essenti al i n the preparati ons for
the contai nment and cl eanup of oi l
spi l l s. I t i s secondari l y avai l abl e for
general base-mobi l e operati ons on a
noni nterference basi s. Secondary users
of thi s frequency are requi red to forego
i ts use shoul d oi l spi l l contai nment and
cl eanup acti vi ti es be present i n thei r
area of operati on or upon noti ce by the
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Commi ssi on or a pri mary user that
harmful i nterference i s bei ng caused to
oi l spi l l contai nment or cl eanup acti vi -
ti es i n other areas.
(9) Operati on on thi s frequency i s sec-
ondary to stati ons i n the mari ti me mo-
bi l e servi ce operati ng i n accordance
wi th the I nternati onal tabl e of fre-
quency al l ocati ons.
(10) Thi s frequency wi l l be assi gned
onl y to stati ons used i n i ti nerant oper-
ati ons, except wi thi n 56 km (35 mi l es)
of Detroi t, Mi ch., where i t may be as-
si gned for ei ther i ti nerant or perma-
nent area operati ons (i.e., general use).
(11) Operati on on thi s frequency i s
l i mi ted to a maxi mum output power of
2 watts; and each stati on authori zed
wi l l be cl assi fi ed and l i censed as a mo-
bi l e stati on. Any uni ts of such a sta-
ti on, however, may provi de the oper-
ati onal functi ons of a base or fi xed sta-
ti on on a secondary basi s to mobi l e
servi ce operati ons, Provi ded, that the
separati on between the control poi nt
and the center of the radi ati ng porti on
of the antenna of any uni ts so used
does not exceed 8 m (25 ft.).
(12) Thi s frequency may not be used
aboard ai rcraft i n fl i ght.
(13) Thi s frequency i s shared wi th the
Publ i c Safety Pool .
(14) Operati on on thi s frequency i s
l i mi ted to a maxi mum output power of
1 watt and each stati on authori zed wi l l
be cl assi fi ed and l i censed as a mobi l e
stati on. Any uni ts of such a stati on,
however, may provi de the operati onal
functi ons of a base of fi xed stati on on
a secondary basi s to mobi l e servi ce op-
erati ons, Provi ded, That the separati on
between the control poi nt and the cen-
ter of the radi ati ng porti on of the an-
tenna of any uni ts so used does not ex-
ceed 8 m (25 ft.).
(15) Thi s Government frequency i s
avai l abl e for shared Government/non-
Government use by stati ons engaged i n
oi l spi l l contai nment and cl eanup oper-
ati ons and for trai ni ng and dri l l s essen-
ti al i n the preparati on for contai nment
and cl eanup of oi l spi l l s. Such use wi l l
be confi ned to i nl and and coastal wa-
terways.
(16) Thi s frequency may be assi gned
onl y to stati ons operati ng i n an i nter-
connected or coordi nated uti l i ty sys-
tem i n accordance wi th an operati onal
communi cati ons pl an whi ch sets forth
al l poi nts of communi cati ons. Author-
i zati ons at vari ance wi th an estab-
l i shed operati onal communi cati ons
pl an wi l l be made onl y on a secondary
basi s.
(17) Thi s frequency wi l l be assi gned
onl y to stati ons used i n i ti nerant oper-
ati ons.
(18) Thi s frequency i s al so used on a
secondary basi s for cordl ess tel ephones
under part 15 of thi s chapter.
(19) I n addi ti on to si ngl e frequency
operati on, thi s frequency i s avai l abl e
to base and mobi l e stati ons for the
pai red frequency mode of operati on.
F or two frequency systems, the separa-
ti on between base and mobi l e transmi t
frequenci es i s 500 kHz wi th the base
stati ons transmi tti ng on the hi gher of
the two frequenci es.
(20) I n the State of Al aska onl y, the
frequency 44.10 MHz i s avai l abl e for as-
si gnment on a pri mary basi s to sta-
ti ons i n the Common Carri er Rural
Radi o Servi ce uti l i zi ng meteor burst
communi cati ons. The frequency may
be used by pri vate radi o stati ons for
meteor burst communi cati ons on a sec-
ondary, non-i nterference basi s. Usage
shal l be i n accordance wi th part 22 of
thi s chapter and thi s part 90. Stati ons
uti l i zi ng meteor burst communi cati ons
shal l not cause harmful i nterference to
stati ons of other radi o servi ces operat-
i ng i n accordance wi th the al l ocati on
tabl e.
(21) I n the State of Al aska onl y, the
frequency 44.20 MHz i s avai l abl e for as-
si gnment on a pri mary basi s to pri vate
l and mobi l e radi o stati ons uti l i zi ng
meteor burst communi cati ons. The fre-
quency may be used by common carri er
stati ons for meteor burst communi ca-
ti ons on a secondary, noni nterference
basi s. Usage shal l be i n accordance
wi th part 22 of thi s chapter and thi s
part 90. Stati ons uti l i zi ng meteor burst
communi cati ons shal l not cause harm-
ful i nterference to stati ons of other
radi o servi ces operati ng i n accordance
wi th the al l ocati on tabl e.
(22) The frequenci es avai l abl e for use
at operati onal fi xed stati ons i n the
band 72–76 MHz are l i sted i n
§90.257(a)(1). These frequenci es are
shared wi th other servi ces and are
avai l abl e onl y i n accordance wi th the
provi si ons of §90.257. Sei smi c tel emetry
transmi tters certi fi cated wi th 1 watt
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or l ess power and a frequency tol erance
not exceedi ng +/¥0.005% may be used
as temporary operati onal fi xed sta-
ti ons.
(23) Thi s frequency i s shared wi th
fi xed stati ons i n other servi ces and i s
subj ect to no protecti on from i nter-
ference.
(24) Al l operati ons on thi s frequency
are subj ect to the provi si ons of
§90.257(b).
(25) Thi s frequency i s shared wi th the
Radi o Control (R/C) Servi ce, of the part
95 Personal Radi o Servi ces, where i t i s
used sol el y for the radi o control of
model s.
(26) Pul sed modul ati ons wi l l not be
authori zed on thi s frequency.
(27) Assi gnment of frequenci es i n thi s
band are subj ect to the provi si ons of
§90.173. I n the 150–170 MHz band, l i cens-
ees as of August 18, 1995 who operate
systems that are 2.5 kHz removed from
regul arl y assi gnabl e frequenci es may
conti nue to operate on a secondary,
non-i nterference basi s after August 1,
2003.
(28) I n Puerto Ri co and the Vi rgi n I s-
l ands thi s frequency i s subj ect to the
fol l owi ng:
(i ) Thi s frequency i s assi gned onl y for
one-way pagi ng communi cati ons to
mobi l e recei vers. Onl y A1D, A2D, A3E,
F 1D, F 2D, F 3E, or G3E emi ssi ons may
be authori zed. L i censees may provi de
one-way pagi ng communi cati ons on
thi s frequency to i ndi vi dual s, persons
el i gi bl e for l i censi ng under subparts B
or C of thi s part, to representati ves of
F ederal Government agenci es, and for-
ei gn governments and thei r representa-
ti ves; and
(i i ) Thi s frequency wi l l not be as-
si gned to stati ons for use at temporary
l ocati ons.
(29) Thi s frequency wi l l be authori zed
a channel bandwi dth of 25 kHz. Except
when l i mi ted el sewhere, one-way pag-
i ng transmi tters on thi s frequency may
operate wi th an output power of 350
watts.
(30) Thi s frequency wi l l be assi gned
wi th an authori zed bandwi dth not to
exceed 11.25 kHz. I n the 450–470 MHz
band, secondary tel emetry operati ons
pursuant to §90.238(e) wi l l be author-
i zed on thi s frequency.
(31) Use of thi s frequency i s l i mi ted
to stati ons l ocated i n Puerto Ri co and
the Vi rgi n I sl ands.
(32) Thi s frequency i s not avai l abl e to
stati ons l ocated i n Puerto Ri co and the
Vi rgi n I sl ands.
(33) Thi s frequency wi l l be assi gned
wi th an authori zed bandwi dth not to
exceed 6 kHz.
(34) Operati on on thi s frequency i s
l i mi ted to a maxi mum output power of
35 watts.
(35) Thi s frequency may be used for
mobi l e operati on for radi o remote con-
trol and tel emeteri ng functi ons. A1D,
A2D, F 1D, or F 2D emi ssi on may be au-
thori zed and mobi l e stati ons used to
control remote obj ects or devi ces may
be operated on the conti nuous carri er
transmi t mode.
(36) Thi s frequency i s assi gned onl y
for one-way pagi ng communi cati ons to
mobi l e recei vers. Onl y A1D, A2D, A3E,
F 1D, F 2D, F 3E, or G3E emi ssi ons may
be authori zed. L i censees may provi de
one-way pagi ng communi cati ons on
thi s frequency to i ndi vi dual s, persons
el i gi bl e for l i censi ng under subparts B
or C of thi s part, to representati ves of
F ederal Government agenci es, and for-
ei gn governments and thei r representa-
ti ves.
(37) Thi s frequency i s avai l abl e on a
secondary basi s to one-way pagi ng
communi cati ons.
(38) Thi s frequency wi l l not be as-
si gned to stati ons for use at temporary
l ocati ons.
(39) F or F M transmi tters the sum of
the hi ghest modul ati ng frequency and
the amount of frequency devi ati on may
not exceed 2.8 kHz and the maxi mum
frequency devi ati on may not exceed 2.5
kHz. F or AM transmi tters the hi ghest
modul ati ng frequency may not exceed
2.0 kHz. The carri er frequency must be
mai ntai ned wi thi n 0.0005 percent, and
the authori zed bandwi dth may not ex-
ceed 6 kHz.
(40) Thi s frequency i s shared wi th the
Publ i c Safety Pool for remote control
and tel emetry operati ons.
(41) Operati onal fi xed stati ons must
empl oy di recti onal antennas havi ng a
front-to-back rati o of at l east 20 dB.
Omni di recti onal antennas havi ng uni ty
gai n may be empl oyed for stati ons
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communi cati ng wi th at l east three re-
cei vi ng l ocati ons separated by 160 deg.
of azi muth.
(42) The maxi mum effecti ve radi ated
power (ERP) may not exceed 20 watts
for fi xed stati ons and 2 watts for mo-
bi l e stati ons. The hei ght of the an-
tenna system may not exceed 15.24 me-
ters (50 ft.) above the ground. Al l such
operati on i s on a secondary basi s to ad-
j acent channel l and mobi l e operati ons.
(43) Thi s frequency i s avai l abl e for
the fol l owi ng:
(i ) Assi gnment to mul ti pl e address
fi xed stati ons empl oyi ng omni -
di recti onal antennas used for power
uti l i ty peak l oad shavi ng and sheddi ng
and to mobi l e stati ons used for the re-
mote control of obj ects and devi ces.
The maxi mum power that may be au-
thori zed to fi xed stati ons i s 300 watts
output, and the maxi mum power that
may be authori zed for mobi l e stati ons
i s 1 watt output. Thi s frequency may
al so be assi gned to operati onal fi xed
stati ons empl oyi ng di recti onal antenna
systems (front-to-back rati o of 20 dB)
when such stati ons are l ocated at l east
120 km. (75 mi .) from the boundari es of
any urbani zed area of 200,000 or more
popul ati on. (U.S. Census of Popul ati on,
1960). The maxi mum power output of
the transmi tter for such fi xed stati ons
may not exceed 50 watts. A1A, A1D,
A2B, A2D, F 1B, F 1D, F 2B, F 2D, G1B,
G1D, G2B, or G2D emi ssi on may be au-
thori zed; or
(i i ) On a secondary basi s for remote
control and tel emetry operati ons, sub-
j ect to paragraphs (c)(41), (42), (43), (46),
and (47) of thi s secti on.
(44) The maxi mum output power of
the transmi tter may not exceed 50
watts for fi xed stati ons and 1 watt for
mobi l e stati ons. A1A, A1D, A2B, A2D,
F 1B, F 1D, F 2B, F 2D, G1B, G1D, G2B, or
G2D emi ssi on may be authori zed, and
mobi l e stati ons used to control remote
obj ects and devi ces may be operated i n
the conti nuous transmi t mode.
(45) Authori zati ons to operate on thi s
frequency wi l l be i ssued on a secondary
basi s for A2B, A2D, F 2B or F 2D emi s-
si on for tone si gnal i ng or for a com-
bi nati on of such emi ssi on wi th A3E,
F 3E or G3E emi ssi on wi th a maxi mum
bandwi dth of 20 kHz. The output power
shal l not exceed 2 watts. The maxi mum
di stance between any transmi tter and
the center of the radi ati ng porti on of
i ts antenna shal l not exceed 8 m. (25
ft.).
(46) Thi s frequency i s l i mi ted to a
maxi mum power of 20 watts.
(47) Thi s frequency may be used for
mobi l e operati on for remote control
and tel emeteri ng functi ons. A1D, A2D,
F 1D, or F 2D emi ssi on may be author-
i zed. The use of the conti nuous carri er
transmi t mode for these purposes i s
permi tted onl y for stati ons authori zed
and conti nuousl y l i censed si nce before
May 21, 1971.
(48) Except as noted i n paragraph
(c)(61) of thi s secti on, operati on on thi s
frequency i s l i mi ted to a maxi mum
output power of 20 watts.
(49) Operati on on thi s frequency i s
l i mi ted to a maxi mum output power of
75 watts.
(50) Thi s frequency may al so be used
for the transmi ssi on of tone or voi ce
communi cati ons, i ncl udi ng such com-
muni cati ons when prerecorded, for pur-
poses of automati cal l y i ndi cati ng ab-
normal condi ti ons of trackage and rai l -
road rol l i ng stock when i n moti on, on
a secondary basi s to other stati ons on
thi s frequency. Al l such operati ons
shal l be subj ect to the fol l owi ng:
(i ) The output power shal l not exceed
30 watts;
(i i ) The bandwi dth used shal l not ex-
ceed that authori zed to the l i censee for
voi ce transmi ssi ons on the frequency
concerned;
(i i i ) The stati on shal l be so desi gned
and i nstal l ed that i t can normal l y be
acti vated onl y by i ts associ ated auto-
mati c control equi pment and, i n addi -
ti on, i t shal l be equi pped wi th a ti me
del ay or cl ock devi ce whi ch wi l l deacti -
vate the stati on wi thi n three (3) mi n-
utes fol l owi ng acti vati on by the l ast
car i n the trai n; and
(i v) Stati ons authori zed pursuant to
the provi si ons of thi s paragraph are ex-
empt from the stati on i denti fi cati on
requi rements of §90.425.
(51) I n Puerto Ri co and the Vi rgi n I s-
l ands onl y, thi s frequency i s avai l abl e
on a shared basi s wi th remote pi ckup
broadcast stati ons.
(52) I n Puerto Ri co and the Vi rgi n I s-
l ands onl y, thi s frequency i s avai l abl e
to al l stati ons operati ng i n the I ndus-
tri al /Busi ness Pool .
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(53) F requenci es i n thi s band wi l l be
assi gned onl y for transmi tti ng
hydrol ogi cal or meteorol ogi cal data or
for l ow power wi rel ess mi crophones i n
accordance wi th the provi si ons of
§90.265.
(54) F or F M transmi tters the sum of
the hi ghest modul ati ng frequency and
the amount of frequency devi ati on may
not exceed 1.7 kHz and the maxi mum
devi ati on may not exceed 1.2 kHz. F or
AM transmi tters the hi ghest modul at-
i ng frequency may not exceed 1.2 kHz.
The carri er frequency must be mai n-
tai ned wi thi n 0.0005 percent and the au-
thori zed bandwi dth may not exceed 3
kHz.
(55) Thi s band i s avai l abl e to stati ons
operati ng i n thi s servi ce subj ect to the
provi si ons of §90.259.
(56) Subpart T of thi s part contai ns
rul es for assi gnment of frequenci es i n
the 220–222 MHz band.
(57) The requi rements for secondary
fi xed use of frequenci es i n thi s band are
set forth i n §90.261.
(58) Operati onal fi xed assi gnments on
thi s frequency wi l l onl y be made to an
i ti nerant fi xed control or rel ay stati on
on a secondary basi s to l and-mobi l e
stati ons i n the I ndustri al /Busi ness
Pool , provi ded that the fi xed rel ay or
control stati on i s to be associ ated wi th
base and mobi l e faci l i ti es authori zed to
use other frequenci es avai l abl e for
i ti nerant operati on i n the I ndustri al /
Busi ness Pool . Al l such use of these
frequenci es for fi xed systems i s l i mi ted
to l ocati ons 161 or more km. (100 mi .)
from the center of any urbani zed area
of 200,000 or more popul ati on, except
that the di stance may be 120 km. (75
mi .) i f the output power does not ex-
ceed 20 watts. Al l such fi xed systems
are l i mi ted to a maxi mum of two fre-
quenci es and must empl oy di recti onal
antennas wi th a front-to-back rati o of
at l east 15 dB. The centers of urbani zed
areas of 200,000 or more popul ati on are
determi ned from the appendi x, page
226, of the U.S. Commerce publ i cati on,
‘‘Ai r L i ne Di stance Between Ci ti es i n
the Uni ted States.’’ Urbani zed areas of
200,000 or more popul ati on are defi ned
i n the U.S. Census of Popul ati on, 1960,
vol ume 1, tabl e 23, page 1–50.
(59) Thi s frequency may be assi gned
pri mari l y for stati ons used for the pur-
pose of control l i ng sl ave l ocomoti ves
that are pl aced wi thi n a trai n to assi st
the l ead l ocomoti ve by provi di ng,
among other functi ons, auxi l i ary start-
i ng, pul l i ng, and braki ng acti ons. Addi -
ti onal l y, on a secondary basi s thi s fre-
quency may be assi gned for remote
control of al l types of l ocomoti ves and,
wi thi n a rai l road yard or termi nal
area, for remote control of cab i ndi ca-
tor devi ces pl aced wi th a l ocomoti ve to
gi ve vi sual si gnal s to the operator of
the l ocomoti ve. (A1, A2, F 1 or F 2 emi s-
si ons may be authori zed.)
(60)(i ) F requenci es subj ect to thi s as-
si gnment l i mi tati on are herei n consi d-
ered col l ecti vel y for use for commu-
ni cati ons concerned wi th cargo han-
dl i ng from a dock, or a cargo handl i ng
faci l i ty, to a vessel al ongsi de. Any
number of the frequenci es may be au-
thori zed to one l i censee for the pur-
pose. Mobi l e rel ay stati ons may be
temporari l y i nstal l ed at or i n the vi -
ci ni ty of a dock or cargo handl i ng fa-
ci l i ty and used when a vessel i s al ong-
si de the dock or cargo handl i ng faci l -
i ty.
Mobile relay (MHz)
Mobile
(MHz)
457.525 ................................................................ 467.750
457.53125 ............................................................ 467.75625
457.5375 .............................................................. 467.7625
457.54375 ............................................................ 467.76875
457.550 ................................................................ 467.775
457.55625 ............................................................ 467.78125
457.5625 .............................................................. 467.7875
457.56875 ............................................................ 467.79375
457.575 ................................................................ 467.800
457.58125 ............................................................ 467.80625
457.5875 .............................................................. 467.8125
457.59375 ............................................................ 467.81875
457.600 ................................................................ 467.825
457.60625 ............................................................ 467.83125
457.6125
457.61875
(i i ) F or si ngl e frequency si mpl ex: Use
mobi l e rel ay frequenci es. The effecti ve
radi ated power (ERP) on any frequency
shal l not exceed 2 watts. The center of
the radi ati ng system of the on-board
repeater antenna shal l be l ocated no
more than 3 m (10 ft.) above the ves-
sel ’s hi ghest worki ng deck.
(61) Thi s frequency i s avai l abl e for
assi gnment as fol l ows:
(i ) To persons furni shi ng commerci al
ai r transportati on servi ce or, pursuant
to §90.179, to an enti ty furni shi ng radi o
communi cati ons servi ce to persons so
engaged, for stati ons l ocated on or near
the ai rports l i sted i n paragraph
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Federal Communications Commission §90.35
(c)(61)(i v) of thi s secti on. Stati ons wi l l
be authori zed on a pri mary basi s and
may be used onl y i n connecti on wi th
the servi ci ng and suppl yi ng of ai rcraft.
(i i ) To stati ons i n the I ndustri al /
Busi ness Pool for secondary use at l o-
cati ons 80 km (50 mi ) or more from the
coordi nates of the l i sted ai rports at a
maxi mum ERP of 300 watts.
(i i i ) To stati ons i n the I ndustri al /
Busi ness Pool for secondary use at l o-
cati ons 16 km (10 mi ) or more from the
coordi nates of the l i sted ai rports at a
maxi mum transmi tter output power of
2 watts. Use of the frequency i s re-
stri cted to the confi nes of an i ndustri al
compl ex or manufacturi ng yard area.
Stati ons l i censed pri or to Apri l 17, 1986
may conti nue to operate wi th faci l i ti es
authori zed as of that date.
(i v) The ai rports and thei r respecti ve
reference coordi nates are:
City and airport
Reference coordinate
Latitude Longitude
Akron, OH:
Akron-Canton Regional (CAK) 40°55′01″
N
81°26′30″
W
Albany-Troy-Schenectady, NY:
Albany County (ALB) ................ 42°44′53″
N
73°48′12″
W
Albuquerque, NM:
Albuquerque International
(ABQ) .................................... 35°02′30″
N
106°36′23″
W
Allentown-Bethlehem, PA:
Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton
(ABE) .................................... 40°39′11″
N
75°26′25″
W
Anchorage, AK:
Anchorage International (ANC) 61°10′30″
N
149°59′38″
W
Atlanta, GA:
Atlanta International (ATL) ....... 33°38′25″
N
84°25′37″
W
Dekalb-Peachtree (PDK) .......... 33°52′30″
N
84°18′08″
W
Fulton County (FTY) ................. 33°46′45″
N
84°31′17″
W
Baltimore, MD:
Baltimore-Washington Int’l
(BWI) ..................................... 39°10′30″
N
76°40′10″
W
Birmingham, AL:
Birmingham Municipal (BHM) .. 33°33′50″
N
86°45′16″
W
Boston, MA:
Logan International (BOS) ....... 42°21′51″
N
71°00′21″
W
Bridgeport, CT:
Sikorsky Memorial (BDR) ......... 41°09′49″
N
73°07′35″
W
Buffalo, NY:
Greater Buffalo Int’l (BUF) ....... 42°56′26″
N
78°43′57″
W
Canton, OH:
Akron-Canton Regional (CAK) 40°55′01″
N
81°26′30″
W
City and airport
Reference coordinate
Latitude Longitude
Charlotte, NC:
Charlotte-Douglas Int’l (CLT) ... 35°12′52″
N
80°56′37″
W
Chattanooga, TN:
Lovell (CHA) ............................. 35°02′07″
N
85°12′15″
W
Chicago, IL-Northwest, IN:
Chicago-Wheeling-Palwaukee
(PWK) ................................... 42°06′48″
N
87°54′03″
W
Meigs (CGX) ............................. 41°51′32″
N
87°36′28″
W
Michiana Regional (SBN) ......... 41°42′18″
N
86°18′59″
W
Midway (MDW) ......................... 41°47′10″
N
87°45′08″
W
O’Harm International (ORD) ..... 41°58′48″
N
87°54′16″
W
West Chicago-Dupage (DPE) .. 41°54′52″
N
88°14′47″
W
Cincinnati, OH:
Greater Cincinnati Int’l (CVG) .. 39°14′59″
N
84°23′14″
W
Lunken (LUK) ........................... 39°06′12″
N
84°25′08″
W
Cleveland, OH:
Burke Lakefront (BKL) .............. 41°31′03″
N
81°41′01″
W
Cuyahoga County (CGF) ......... 41°33′54″
N
81°29′11″
W
Hopkins International (CLE) ..... 41°24′38″
N
81°50′58″
W
Columbus, OH:
Port Columbus Int’l (CMH) ....... 39°59′42″
N
82°53′11″
W
Dallas, TX:
Addison (ADS) .......................... 32°58′06″
N
96°50′10″
W
Dallas-Ft. Worth Regional
(DFW) ................................... 32°53′45″
N
97°02′10″
W
Dallas-Love Field (DAL) ........... 32°50′49″
N
96°51′05″
W
Red Bird (RBD) ........................ 32°40′49″
N
96°52′02″
W
Davenport, IA (Rock Island, Mo-
line, IL):
Davenport Municipal (DVN) ..... 41°36′42″
N
90°35′21″
W
Quad City (MLI) ........................ 41°26′56″
N
90°30′35″
W
Dayton, OH:
Dayton International (DAY) ...... 39°54′04″
N
84°13′12″
W
Denver, CO:
Centennial (APA) ...................... 39°34′19″
N
104°50′54″
W
Colorado Springs Municipal
(COS) .................................... 38°48′31″
N
104°42′5″
W
Denver-Jeffco (BJC) ................. 39°54′28″
N
105°26′53″
W
Stapleton International (DEN) .. 39°46′22″
N
104°52′38″
W
Des Moines, IA:
Des Moines Municipal (DSM) .. 41°32′06″
N
93°39′38″
W
Detroit, MI:
Detroit City (DET) ..................... 42°24′33″
N
83°00′36″
W
Detroit Metro-Wayne County
(DTW) ................................... 42°12′55″
N
83°20′55″
W
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City and airport
Reference coordinate
Latitude Longitude
Oakland-Pontiac (PTK) ............ 42°39′54″
N
83°25′05″
W
Willow Run (YIP) ...................... 42°14′16″
N
83°31′50″
W
El Paso, TX:
El Paso International (ELP) ...... 31°48′24″
N
106°22′38″
W
Flint, MI:
Bishop (FNT) ............................ 42°57′56″
N
83°44′37″
W
Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood, FL:
Ft. Lauderdale Executive (FXE) 26°11′49″
N
80°10′15″
W
Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywd Int’l
(FLL) ..................................... 26°04′19″
N
80°09′13″
W
Ft. Worth, TX:
Meacham (FTW) ...................... 32°49′09″
N
97°21′41″
W
Fresno, CA:
Chandler Downtown (FCH) ...... 36°43′56″
N
119°49′08″
W
Fresno Air Terminal (FAT) ....... 36°46′36″
N
119°43′02″
W
Grand Rapids, MI:
Kent County Int’l (GRR) ........... 42°52′57″
N
85°31′26″
W
Hana, HI:
Hana (HNN) .............................. 20°47′56″
N
156°01′02″
W
Harrisburg, PA:
Capital City (CXY) .................... 40°13′01″
N
76°51′06″
W
Harrisburg Int’l (MDT) ............... 40°11′36″
N
76°45′49″
W
Hartford, CT (Windsor Locks):
Bradley Int’l (BDL) .................... 41°56′20″
N
72°41′01″
W
Hartford-Brainard (HFD) ........... 41°44′10″
N
72°39′02″
W
Hilo, HI:
General Lyman Field (ITO) ...... 19°43′24″
N
155°03′05″
W
Honolulu, HI:
Honolulu International (HNL) .... 21°19′20″
N
157°55′27″
W
Houston, TX:
W.P. Hobby (HOU) ................... 29°38′43″
N
95°16′43″
W
D.W. Hooks Memorial (DWH) .. 30°03′50″
N
95°33′11″
W
Houston Intercontinental (IAH) 29°58′55″
N
95°20′45″
W
Indianapolis, IN:
Indianapolis Int’l (IND) .............. 39°43′32″
N
86°17′02″
W
Jacksonville, FL:
Craig Municipal (CRG) ............. 30°20′10″
N
81°30′53″
W
Jacksonville Int’l (JAX) ............. 30°29′33″
N
81°41′24″
W
Kahului, HI:
Kahului (OGG) .......................... 20°54′07″
N
156°25′59″
W
Kailula-Kona, HI:
Ke-Ahole (KOA) ........................ 19°44′08″
N
156°25′06″
W
Kameula, HI:
Waimea-Kohala (MUE) ............ 20°00′16″
N
155°40′15″
W
Kansas City, MO-KS:
Fairfax Municipal (KCK) ........... 39°08′50″
N
94°56′14″
W
City and airport
Reference coordinate
Latitude Longitude
Kansas City Int’l (MCI) ............. 39°17′57″
N
94°43′04″
W
Kansas City Municipal Dntn
(MKC) .................................... 39°07′24″
N
94°35′33″
W
Richard-Gebaur (GBW) ............ 38°50′37″
N
94°33′37″
W
Kauna Kakai, HI:
Molokai (MKK) .......................... 21°09′22″
N
157°55′07″
W
Las Vegas, NV:
McCarran Int’l (LAS) ................. 36°04′58″
N
115°09′13″
W
Lihue, HI:
Lihue (LIH) ................................ 21°58′42″
N
159°20′40″
W
Los Angeles, CA:
Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena
(BUR) .................................... 34°21′02″
N
118°21′27″
W
Catalina (AVX) .......................... 33°24′20
N
118°24′50″
W
Long Beach-Daugherty Field
(LGB) .................................... 33°49′03″
N
118°09′03″
W
Los Angeles Int’l (LAX) ............ 33°56′33″
N
118°24′26″
W
Ontario Int’l (ONT) .................... 34°03′22″
N
117°36′11″
W
Santa Ana-John Wayne-Or-
ange City (SNA) .................... 33°40′32″
N
117°52′02″
W
Louisville, KY:
Standiford Field (SDF) ............. 38°10′40″
N
85°44′11″
W
Memphis, TN:
Memphis Int’l (MEM) ................ 35°02′59″
N
89°58′43″
W
Miami, FLA:
Miami Int’l (MIA) ....................... 25°47′34″
N
80°17′26″
W
Opa Locka (OPF) ..................... 25°54′25″
N
80°16′50″
W
Tamiami (TMB) ......................... 25°38′51″
N
80°25′59″
W
Milwaukee, WI:
General Mitchell (MKE) ............ 42°56′49″
N
87°53′49″
W
Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN:
Minneapolis-St. Paul (MSP) ..... 44°53′03″
N
93°12′54″
W
Mobile, AL:
Bates Field (MOB) .................... 30°41′23″
N
88°14′31″
W
Nashville, TN:
Nashville Metropolitan (BNA) ... 36°07′37″
N
86°40′53″
W
New Haven, CT:
Tweed-New Haven Municipal
(HVN) .................................... 41°15′50″
N
72°53′15″
W
New Orleans, LA:
Lakefront (NEW) ....................... 30°02′33″
N
90°01′41″
W
New Orleans Int’l (MSY) .......... 29°59′34″
N
90°15′23″
W
Newport News-Hampton,VA:
Patrick Henry Int’l (PHF) .......... 37°07′54″
N
76°29′36″
W
New York-Northeast, NJ:
Farmingdale Republic (FRG) ... 40°43′43″
N
73°24′50″
W
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City and airport
Reference coordinate
Latitude Longitude
JFK International (JFK) ............ 40°38′25″
N
73°46′42″
W
LaGuardia (LGA) ...................... 40°46′38″
N
73°52′27″
W
Long Island-McArthur (ISP) ...... 40°47′44″
N
73°06′00″
W
Morristown Municipal (NJ)
(MMU) ................................... 40°47′57″
N
74°24′55″
W
Newark Int’l (FWR) ................... 40°41′35″
N
74°10′07″
W
Teterboro (NJ) (TEB) ............... 40°51′00″
N
74°03′41″
W
Norfolk-Portsmouth, VA:
Norfolk Int’l (ORF) .................... 36°53′40″
N
76°12′06″
W
Oklahoma City, OK:
Wiley Post (DWA) .................... 35°32′03″
N
97°38′48″
W
Will Rogers World (OKC) ......... 35°23′35″
N
97°36′02″
W
Omaha, NE:
Eppley Airfield (OMA) ............... 41°18′04″
N
95°53′36″
W
Orlando, FL:
Orlando Executive (ORL) ......... 28°32′43″
N
81°19′59″
W
Orlando Int’l (MCO) .................. 28°25′54″
N
81°19′59″
W
Philadelphia, PA-NJ:
Northeast Philadelphia (PNE) .. 40°04′55″
N
75°00′40″
W
Philadelphia Int’l (PHC) ............ 39°52′13″
N
75°14′43″
W
Phoenix, AZ:
Phoenix-Sky Habor Int’l (PHX) 33°26′10″
N
112°00′32″
W
Scottsdale Municipal (SDC) ..... 33°37′22″
N
111°54′35″
W
Pittsburgh, PA:
Allegheny County (AGC) .......... 40°21′16″
N
79°55′49″
W
Greater Pittsburgh Int’l (PIT) .... 40°29′30″
N
80°13′55″
W
Portland, OR:
Portland-Hillsboro (HIO) ........... 45°32′26″
N
122°56′55″
W
Portland International (PDX) .... 45°35′20″
N
122°35′47″
W
Portland-Troutdale (TTD) ......... 45°32′58″
N
122°24′00″
W
Providence-Pawtucket, RI—MA:
North Central State (SFZ) ........ 41°55′15″
N
71°29′30″
W
T.F. Green State (PVD) ........... 41°43′31″
N
71°25′41″
W
Reno, NV:
Reno International (RNO) ........ 39°29′52″
N
119°46′04″
W
Richmond, VA:
Byrd International (RIC) ........... 37°30′18″
N
77°19′12″
W
Rochester, NY:
Rochester-Monroe County
(ROC) .................................... 43°07′08″
N
77°40′22″
W
Sacramento, CA:
Sacramento Executive (SAC) .. 38°30′45″
N
121°29′33″
W
Sacramento Metropolitan
(SMF) .................................... 38°41′44″
N
121°36′01″
W
City and airport
Reference coordinate
Latitude Longitude
St. Louis, MO–IL:
Spirit of St. Louis (SUS) ........... 38°39′36″
N
90°38′43″
W
St. Louis-Lambert Int’l (STC) ... 38°44′51″
N
90°21′39″
W
St. Petersburg, FL:
Albert Whitted Municipal (SPG) 27°45′53″
N
82°37′39″
W
Clearwater Int’l (PIE) ................ 27°54′38″
N
82°41′16″
W
Salt Lake City, UT:
Salt Lake City Int’l (SLC) .......... 40°47′13″
N
111°58′05″
W
San Antonio, TX:
San Antonio Int’l (SAT) ............ 29°32′00″
N
98°28′10″
W
San Bernardino, CA:
Ontario Int’l (ONT) .................... 34°03′22″
N
117°36′11″
W
San Diego, CA:
Lindbergh Int’l (SAN) ................ 32°44′01″
N
117°11′12″
W
San Francisco-Oakland, CA:
Metropolitan Oakland Int’l
(OAK) .................................... 37°43′17″
N
122°13′11″
W
San Francisco Int’l (SFO) ......... 37°37′08″
N
122°22′26″
W
San Jose, CA:
San Jose Int’l (SJC) ................. 37°21′41″
N
121°55′38″
W
Scranton, PA:
Wilkes-Barre Scranton Int’l
(AVP) .................................... 41°20′20″
N
75°43′27″
W
Seattle, WA:
King County Int’l (BFI) .............. 47°31′49″
N
122°18′03″
W
Seattle-Tacoma Int’l (SEA) ....... 47°26′57″
N
122°18′29″
W
Shreveport, LA:
Shreveport Downtown (DTN) ... 32°32′23″
N
93°44′40″
W
Shreveport Regional (SHV) ...... 32°26′48″
N
93°49′30″
W
South Bend, IN:
Michiana Regional (SBW) ........ 41°42′18″
N
86°18′59″
W
Spokane, WA:
Grant County (MWH) ............... 47°12′28″
N
119°19′08″
W
Spokane Int’l (GEG) ................. 47°37′12″
N
117°31′58″
W
Springfield, MA:
Barnes Municipal (BAF) ........... 42°09′28″
N
72°42′58″W
Westover Field (CEF) ............... 42°11′52″
N
72°31′50″
W
Syracuse, NY:
Syracuse-Hancock Int’l (SYR) .. 43°06′44″
N
76°06′32″
W
Tacoma, WA:
Tacoma Narrows (TIW) ............ 47°16′05″
N
122°34′37″
W
Tampa, FL:
Tampa Int’l (TPA) ..................... 27°58′31″
N
82°32′00″
W
Toledo, OH:
Toledo Express (TOL) .............. 41°35′15″
N
83°48′19″
W
Trenton, NJ-PA:
Mercer County (TTN) ............... 40°16′38″
N
74°48′50″
W
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City and airport
Reference coordinate
Latitude Longitude
Tucson, AZ:
Tucson Int’l (TUS) .................... 32°07′06″
N
110°56′35″
W
Tulsa, OK:
R.L. Jones, Jr. (RVS) ............... 36°02′18″
N
95°59′05″
W
Tulsa Int’l (TUL) ........................ 36°11′54″
N
95°53′16″
W
Washington, DC:
Dulles International (IAD) ......... 38°56′39″
N
77°27′26″
W
National (DCA) ......................... 38°51′07″
N
77°02′17″
W
Wichita, KS:
Mid-Continent (ICT) .................. 37°39′00″
N
97°25′58″
W
Wilkes-Barre, PA:
Wilkes-Barre-Scranton (AVP) ... 41°20′20″
N
75°43′27″
W
Wilmington, DE:
Gr. Wilm.-New Castle City
(ILG) ...................................... 39°40′42″
N
75°36′25″
W
Worcester, MA:
Worcester Municipal (ORH) ..... 42°16′02″
N
71°52′34″
W
Youngstown-Warren, OH-PA:
Youngstown Municipal (YNG) .. 41°15′32″
N
80°40′34″
W
(62) Thi s frequency may be assi gned
to fi xed stati ons i n the I ndustri al /Busi -
ness Pool i n accordance wi th the provi -
si ons of §90.261.
(63) Wi thi n the boundari es of urban-
i zed areas of 200,000 or more popu-
l ati on, defi ned i n the Uni ted States
Census of Popul ati on, 1960, vol . 1, tabl e
23, page 1–50, thi s frequency may be
used onl y by persons renderi ng a cen-
tral stati on commerci al protecti on
servi ce wi thi n the servi ce area of the
radi o stati on uti l i zi ng the frequency
and may be used onl y for communi ca-
ti ons pertai ni ng to safety of l i fe and
property, and for mai ntenance or test-
i ng of the protecti on faci l i ti es. Central
Stati on commerci al protecti on servi ce
i s defi ned as an el ectri cal protecti on
and supervi sory servi ce rendered to the
publ i c from and by a central stati on
accepted and certi fi ed by one or more
of the recogni zed rati ng agenci es, or
the Underwri ters L aboratori es’ (UL ),
or F actory Mutual System. Other sta-
ti ons i n the I ndustri al /Busi ness Pool
may be l i censed on thi s frequency onl y
when al l base, mobi l e rel ay and control
stati ons are l ocated at l east 120 km (75
mi l es) from the ci ty center or centers
of the speci fi ed urbani zed areas of
200,000 or more popul ati on. Wi th re-
spect to combi nati on urbani zed areas
contai ni ng more than one ci ty, 120 km
(75 mi l e) separati on shal l be mai n-
tai ned from each ci ty center whi ch i s
i ncl uded i n the urbani zed area. The l o-
cati ons of centers of ci ti es are deter-
mi ned from appendi x, page 226, of the
U.S. Commerce publ i cati on ‘‘Ai r L i ne
Di stance Between Ci ti es i n the Uni ted
States.’’
(64) Persons who render a central sta-
ti on commerci al protecti on servi ce are
authori zed to operate fi xed stati ons on
thi s frequency for the transmi ssi on of
tone or i mpul se si gnal s on a secondary,
noni nterference base-to-base/mobi l e
operati ons subj ect to the fol l owi ng
condi ti ons and l i mi tati ons:
(i ) Secondary fi xed operati ons may
be used onl y for the fol l owi ng purposes:
(A) I ndi cati on of equi pment mal func-
ti on;
(B) Actuati on of a devi ce to i ndi cate
the presence of an i ntruder, fi re, or
other hazardous condi ti on on the prop-
erty under the protecti on of the l i -
censee;
(C) I ndi cati on of an abnormal condi -
ti on i n faci l i ti es under the protecti on
of the l i censee that, i f not promptl y re-
ported, woul d resul t i n danger to
human l i fe;
(D) Transmi ssi on, as may be nec-
essary, to veri fy status of equi pment;
adj ust operati ng condi ti ons; or correct
any abnormal condi ti on; or
(E) Confi rmati on of status, or that an
operati on or correcti on has been ac-
compl i shed.
(i i ) The maxi mum durati on of any
one non-voi ce si gnal may not exceed 2
seconds and shal l not be transmi tted
more than three ti mes.
(i i i ) Systems empl oyi ng automati c
i nterrogati on shal l be l i mi ted to non-
voi ce techni ques and shal l not be acti -
vated for thi s purpose more than 10
seconds out of any 60-second peri od.
Thi s 10-second frame i ncl udes both
transmi t and response ti mes.
(i v) The bandwi dth shal l not exceed
that authori zed to the l i censee for the
pri mary operati on on the frequency
concerned.
(v) F requency l oadi ng resul ti ng from
the use of secondary si gnal i ng wi l l not
be consi dered i n whol e or i n part as a
j usti fi cati on for authori zi ng addi ti onal
frequenci es i n the l i censee’s mobi l e
system.
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(vi ) A mobi l e servi ce frequency may
not be used excl usi vel y for secondary
si gnal i ng.
(vi i ) The output power shal l not ex-
ceed 30 watts (at the remote si te).
(vi i i ) A1D, A2D, F 1D, or F 2D emi ssi on
may be authori zed.
(i x) The transmi tter shal l be desi gned
to deacti vate automati cal l y after 3
mi nutes of conti nuous carri er radi -
ati on.
(x) Operati onal fi xed stati ons author-
i zed under thi s paragraph are exempt
from the requi rements of §§90.137(b),
90.429(d), 90.425 and 90.433.
(xi ) On these frequenci es, base, mo-
bi l e rel ay or mobi l e stati ons may
transmi t secondary tone or i mpul se
si gnal s to recei vers, as provi ded i n thi s
secti on.
(65) L i censees provi di ng a central sta-
ti on commerci al protecti on servi ce
may communi cate wi th pol i ce or fi re
stati ons, or vehi cl es, on thi s frequency,
and may i nstal l l i censed transmi tti ng
uni ts whi ch operate on thi s frequency
at pol i ce or fi re stati ons, or i n pol i ce or
fi re vehi cl es, i f the frequency’s pri mary
use i s i n a base/mobi l e system for a
central stati on commerci al protecti on
servi ce.
(66) Thi s frequency may be assi gned
onl y to persons renderi ng a central sta-
ti on commerci al protecti on servi ce,
whi ch i s defi ned i n paragraph (c)(63) of
thi s secti on, wi thi n the servi ce area of
the radi o stati on uti l i zi ng the fre-
quency.
(67) Use of thi s frequency i s on a sec-
ondary basi s and subj ect to the provi -
si ons of §90.267 (a)(3), (a)(4), (a)(5), and
(a)(7).
(68) Maxi mum permi ssi bl e power out-
put for stati ons on ai rports i s 3 watts.
Each stati on authori zed on thi s fre-
quency wi l l be cl assi fi ed and l i censed
as a mobi l e stati on. Any uni ts of such
a stati on, however, may provi de the
functi ons of a base stati on on a second-
ary basi s to mobi l e servi ce operati ons
provi ded that the verti cal separati on
between the control poi nt or ground
l evel and the center of the radi ati ng
porti on of the antenna of any uni ts so
used shal l not exceed 8 m (25 ft.).
(69) Thi s frequency may be used on a
secondary, non-i nterference basi s by a
hospi tal or heal th care i nsti tuti on
hol di ng a l i cense to operate a radi o sta-
ti on under thi s part to operate a medi -
cal radi o tel emetry devi ce wi th an out-
put power not to exceed 20 mi l l i watts
wi thout speci fi c authori zati on from the
Commi ssi on.
(70) Subpart L of thi s part contai ns
rul es for assi gnment of frequenci es i n
the 470–512 MHz band.
(71) Subpart S of thi s part contai ns
rul es for assi gnment of frequenci es i n
the 806–821/851–866 and 896–901/935–940
MHz bands.
(72) Assi gnment of frequenci es above
928 MHz for operati onal -fi xed stati ons
i s governed by part 101 of thi s chapter.
(73) F requenci es i n thi s band are
avai l abl e onl y for one-way pagi ng oper-
ati ons i n accordance wi th §90.494.
(74) Avai l abl e onl y on a shared basi s
wi th stati ons i n other servi ces, and
subj ect to no protecti on from i nter-
ference due to the operati on of i ndus-
tri al , sci enti fi c, or medi cal (I SM) de-
vi ces. I n the 2483.5–2500 MHz band, no
appl i cati ons for new or modi fi cati on to
exi sti ng stati ons to i ncrease the num-
ber of transmi tters wi l l be accepted.
Exi sti ng l i censees as of J ul y 25, 1985, or
on a subsequent date fol l owi ng as a re-
sul t of submi tti ng an appl i cati on for l i -
cense on or before J ul y 25, 1985, are
grandfathered and thei r operati on i s
co-pri mary wi th the Radi odetermi n-
ati on Satel l i te Servi ce.
(75) Use of frequenci es i n thi s band i s
l i mi ted to devel opmental operati on
and i s subj ect to the provi si ons of sub-
part Q of thi s part.
(76) The frequenci es i n the band 10.55–
10.68 GHz are avai l abl e for Di gi tal Ter-
mi nati on Systems and for associ ated
i ntermodal l i nks i n the Poi nt-to-Poi nt
Mi crowave Servi ce. No new l i censes
wi l l be i ssued under thi s subpart but
current l i censes wi l l be renewed.
(77) Al l communi cati ons on thi s fre-
quency must be conducted wi thi n the
boundari es or confi nes of the l i censee’s
busi ness premi ses.
(78) Base and mobi l e stati ons author-
i zed as of Apri l 1, 1968, may conti nue to
be authori zed for such operati on on a
secondary basi s to the Mari ti me Mo-
bi l e Servi ce. The l i censees of such sta-
ti ons may renew, modi fy, rei nstate, or
assi gn thei r l i censes i n those cases
where such assi gnment accompani es a
change of ownershi p of the l i censee’s
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busi ness to the assi gnee, and may ex-
pand exi sti ng systems when usi ng that
frequency; however, they wi l l not be
authori zed to establ i sh any new sys-
tems.
(d) Additional frequencies available. I n
addi ti on to the frequenci es shown i n
the frequency tabl e of thi s secti on, the
fol l owi ng frequenci es are avai l abl e i n
thi s servi ce. (See al so §90.253.)
(1) F requenci es may be substi tuted
for those avai l abl e bel ow 25 MHz i n ac-
cordance wi th the provi si ons of §90.263.
(2) F requenci es i n the band 73.0–74.6
MHz may be assi gned to stati ons au-
thori zed thei r use on or before Decem-
ber 1, 1961, but no new stati ons wi l l be
authori zed i n thi s band, nor wi l l expan-
si on of exi sti ng systems be permi tted.
(See al so §90.257.)
(3) F requenci es i n the 421–430 MHz
band are avai l abl e i n the Detroi t,
Cl evel and, and Buffal o areas i n accord-
ance wi th the rul es i n §§90.273 through
90.281.
(4) The fol l owi ng frequenci es are
avai l abl e onl y i n Puerto Ri co and the
Vi rgi n I sl ands. These ‘‘Base and Mo-
bi l e’’ and ‘‘Mobi l e onl y’’ frequenci es
are avai l abl e on a shared basi s wi th the
Publ i c Safety Pool . These ‘‘Mobi l e
onl y’’ frequenci es may be assi gned to a
control stati on associ ated wi th a mo-
bi l e rel ay system i f i t i s al so assi gned
to the associ ated mobi l e stati on.
Base and mobile
Mobile
only
159.240 ................................................................ 160.410
159.2475 .............................................................. 160.4175
159.255 ................................................................ 160.425
159.2625 .............................................................. 160.4325
159.270 ................................................................ 160.440
159.2775 .............................................................. 160.4475
159.285 ................................................................ 160.455
159.2925 .............................................................. 160.4625
159.300 ................................................................ 160.470
159.3075 .............................................................. 160.4775
159.315 ................................................................ 160.485
159.3225 .............................................................. 160.4925
159.330 ................................................................ 160.500
159.3375 .............................................................. 160.5075
159.345 ................................................................ 160.515
159.3525 .............................................................. 160.5225
159.360 ................................................................ 160.530
159.3675 .............................................................. 160.5375
159.375 ................................................................ 160.545
159.3825 .............................................................. 160.5525
159.390 ................................................................ 160.560
159.3975 .............................................................. 160.5675
159.405 ................................................................ 160.575
159.4125 .............................................................. 160.5825
159.420 ................................................................ 160.590
159.4275 .............................................................. 160.5975
159.435 ................................................................ 160.605
Base and mobile
Mobile
only
159.4425 .............................................................. 160.6125
(5) L ow power mobi l e stati ons of 100
mw or l ess output power used for one-
way, non-voi ce medi cal tel emetry oper-
ati ons i n hospi tal s or i n medi cal con-
val escent centers are subj ect to the
provi si ons of §90.238.
(6) The frequency band 33.00–33.01
MHz may be used for devel opmental
operati ons subj ect to the provi si ons of
subpart Q of thi s part. Any type of
emi ssi on other than pul sed emi ssi on
may be used i f the bandwi dth occupi ed
by the emi ssi on i s contai ned wi thi n the
assi gned frequency band.
(e) L imitation on number of frequencies
assignable. Normal l y onl y one fre-
quency, or pai r of frequenci es i n the
pai red frequency mode of operati on,
wi l l be assi gned for mobi l e servi ce op-
erati ons by a si ngl e appl i cant i n a
gi ven area. The assi gnment of an addi -
ti onal frequency or pai r of frequenci es
wi l l be made onl y upon a sati sfactory
showi ng of need, except that:
(1) Addi ti onal frequenci es above 25
MHz may be assi gned i n connecti on
wi th operati on of mobi l e repeaters i n
accordance wi th §90.247 notwi thstand-
i ng thi s l i mi tati on.
(2) F requenci es i n the ranges 30.56–
30.57 MHz, 35.00–35.01 MHz, 35.99–36.00
MHz, and 37.00–37.01 MHz are avai l abl e
for devel opmental operati on by appl i -
cants i n thi s servi ce subj ect to the pro-
vi si ons of subpart Q of thi s part, not-
wi thstandi ng thi s l i mi tati on.
(3) F requenci es i n the 25–50 MHz, 150–
170 MHz, 450–512 MHz and 902–928 MHz
bands may be assi gned for the oper-
ati on of L ocati on and Moni tori ng Serv-
i ce (L MS) systems i n accordance wi th
the provi si ons of subpart M of thi s
part, notwi thstandi ng thi s l i mi tati on.
(4) Authori zati ons for mul ti pl e fre-
quenci es for geophysi cal operati ons
wi l l be granted on the frequenci es gov-
erned by the l i mi tati ons i n paragraphs
(c) (3) and (4) of thi s secti on notwi th-
standi ng thi s l i mi tati on. However,
each geophysi cal expl orati on party
may onl y use a maxi mum of four fre-
quenci es at any one ti me.
(5) Authori zati on for more than one
mobi l e frequency i n the band 72–76 MHz
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wi l l be i ssued notwi thstandi ng thi s
l i mi tati on.
(6) Thi s l i mi tati on shal l not appl y to
paragraph (c)(1) of thi s secti on.
(7) F requenci es i n the 457 and 467
MHz bands may be assi gned col l ec-
ti vel y as provi ded by paragraph (c)(60)
of thi s secti on notwi thstandi ng thi s
l i mi tati on.
(f) L imitation on itinerant operation.
Base or mobi l e stati ons bei ng uti l i zed
i n i ti nerant operati on wi l l be author-
i zed onl y on base or mobi l e frequenci es
desi gnated for i ti nerant operati on
under paragraphs (c)(10) or (c)(17) of
thi s secti on, or on other frequenci es
not desi gnated for permanent use.
(g) The frequenci es 10–490 kHz are
used to operate el ectri c uti l i ty Power
L i ne Carri er (PL C) systems on power
transmi ssi on l i nes for communi cati ons
essenti al to the rel i abi l i ty and securi ty
of el ectri c servi ce to the publ i c, i n ac-
cordance wi th part 15 of thi s chapter.
Any el ectri c uti l i ty that generates,
transmi ts, or di stri butes el ectri cal en-
ergy for use by the general publ i c or by
the members of a cooperati ve organi za-
ti on may operate PL C systems and
shal l suppl y to a F ederal Communi ca-
ti ons Commi ssi on/Nati onal Tel e-
communi cati ons and I nformati on Ad-
mi ni strati on recogni zed i ndustry-oper-
ated enti ty, i nformati on on al l exi st-
i ng, changes to exi sti ng, and proposed
systems for i ncl usi on i n a data base.
Such i nformati on shal l i ncl ude the fre-
quency, power, l ocati on of transmi t-
ter(s), l ocati on of recei vers and other
techni cal and operati onal parameters,
whi ch woul d characteri ze the system’s
potenti al both to i nterfere wi th au-
thori zed radi o users, and to recei ve
harmful i nterference from these users.
I n an agreed upon format, the i ndus-
try-operated enti ty shal l i nform the
NTI A and the F CC of these system
characteri sti cs pri or to i mpl ementa-
ti on of any proposed PL C system and
shal l provi de monthl y or peri odi c l i sts
wi th suppl ements of PL C systems. The
F CC and NTI A wi l l suppl y appropri ate
appl i cati on and l i censi ng i nformati on
to the noti fi cati on acti vi ty regardi ng
authori zed radi o stati ons operati ng i n
the band. PL C systems i n thi s band op-
erate on a noni nterference basi s to
radi o systems assi gned frequenci es by
the NTI A or l i censed by the F CC and
are not protected from i nterference due
to these radi o operati ons.
[62 F R 18874, Apr. 17, 1997, as amended at 63
F R 36608, J ul y 7, 1998]
EF F ECTI VE DATE NOTE: At 63 F R 36608,
J ul y 7, 1998, §90.35, paragraph (c)(22) was
amended by removi ng the term ‘‘type accept-
ed’’ and addi ng i n i ts pl ace ‘‘certi fi cated’’, ef-
fecti ve Oct. 5, 1998.
Subparts D— E [Reserved]
Subpart F—Radiolocation Service
§90.101 Scope.
The Radi ol ocati on Servi ce accommo-
dates the use of radi o methods for de-
termi nati on of di recti on, di stance,
speed, or posi ti on for purposes other
than navi gati on. Rul es as to el i gi bi l i ty
for l i censi ng, permi ssi bl e communi ca-
ti ons, frequency avai l abl e, and any spe-
ci al requi rements are set forth i n
§90.103. Provi si ons for the L ocati on and
Moni tori ng Servi ce (L MS) are con-
tai ned i n subpart M of thi s part.
[60 F R 15252, Mar. 23, 1995]
§90.103 Radiolocation Service.
(a) Eligibility. The fol l owi ng persons
are el i gi bl e for authori zati ons i n the
Radi ol ocati on Servi ce to operate sta-
ti ons to determi ne di stance, di recti on,
speed, or posi ti on by means of radi o-
l ocati on devi ces, for purposes other
than navi gati on:
(1) Any person engaged i n a commer-
ci al , i ndustri al , sci enti fi c, educati onal ,
or l ocal government acti vi ty
(2) A corporati on or associ ati on that
wi l l furni sh radi ol ocati on servi ce to
other persons.
(3) A corporati on that wi l l furni sh a
nonprofi t radi o communi cati on servi ce
to i ts parent corporati on, to another
subsi di ary of the same parent, or to i ts
own subsi di ary where the party to be
served i s regul arl y engaged i n any of
the el i gi bi l i ty acti vi ti es set forth i n
thi s paragraph.
(b) Frequencies available. The fol l ow-
i ng tabl e i ndi cates frequenci es avai l -
abl e for assi gnment to stati ons i n the
Radi ol ocati on Servi ce, together wi th
the cl ass of stati on(s) to whi ch they
are normal l y assi gned, and the speci fi c
assi gnment l i mi tati ons, whi ch are ex-
pl ai ned i n paragraph (c) of thi s secti on:
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RADIOLOCATION SERVICE FREQUENCY TABLE
Frequency or band Class of station(s) Limitation
Kilohertz
70 to 90 ................... Radiolocation land or
mobile.
1
90 to 110 ..................... Radiolocation land ...... 2
110 to 130 ................... Radiolocation land or
mobile.
1
1605 to 1715 ............... ......do .......................... 4, 5, 6, 28,
and 29.
1715 to 1750 ............... ......do .......................... 5, 6
1750 to 1800 ............... ......do .......................... 5, 6, 7
1900 to 1950 ............... ......do .......................... 6, 25, 26,
27, and
30.
1950 to 2000 ............... ......do .......................... 6, 25, 27,
and 30.
3230 to 3400 ............... ......do .......................... 6, 8
Megahertz
420 to 450 ............... ......do .......................... 21
2450 to 2500 ............... ......do .......................... 9, 22, 23
2900 to 3100 ............... ......do .......................... 10, 11
3100 to 3300 ............... ......do .......................... 12
3300 to 3500 ............... ......do .......................... 12, 13
3500 to 3700 ............... ......do .......................... 12
5250 to 5350 ............... ......do .......................... 12
5350 to 5460 ............... ......do .......................... 10, 14
5460 to 5470 ............... ......do .......................... 10, 15
5470 to 5600 ............... ......do .......................... 10, 11
5600 to 5650 ............... ......do .......................... 10, 16
8500 to 9000 ............... ......do .......................... 12, 17
9000 to 9200 ............... ......do .......................... 10, 14
9200 to 9300 ............... ......do .......................... 12
9300 to 9500 ............... ......do .......................... 10, 15, 18
9500 to 10,000 ............ ......do .......................... 12
10,000 to 10,500 ......... ......do .......................... 12, 13, 19
10,500 to 10,550 ......... ......do .......................... 20, 22, 24
13,400 to 13,750 ......... ......do .......................... 12
13,750 to 14,000 ......... ......do .......................... 31
15,700 to 17,700 ......... ......do .......................... 12
24,050 to 24,250 ......... ......do .......................... 12, 22, 24
33,400 to 36,000 ......... ......do .......................... 12
(c) Expl anati on of assi gnment l i mi ta-
ti ons appeari ng i n the frequency tabl e
of paragraph (b) of thi s secti on:
(1) Thi s frequency band i s shared
wi th and stati ons operati ng i n thi s fre-
quency band i n thi s servi ce are on a
secondary basi s to stati ons l i censed i n
the I nternati onal F i xed Servi ce and
the Mari ti me Mobi l e Servi ce.
(2) Thi s frequency band i s shared
wi th and stati ons operati ng i n thi s fre-
quency band i n thi s servi ce are on a
secondary basi s to the L ORAN Navi ga-
ti on System; al l operati ons are l i mi ted
to radi ol ocati on l ands stati ons i n ac-
cordance wi th footnote US104, §2.106 of
thi s chapter.
(3) [Reserved]
(4) Non-Government radi ol ocati on
servi ce i n thi s band i s on a secondary
basi s to stati ons i n the Aeronauti cal
Radi onavi gati on Servi ce operati ng on
1638 or 1708 kHz.
(5) Stati on assi gnments on fre-
quenci es i n thi s band wi l l be made sub-
j ect to the condi ti ons that the maxi -
mum output power shal l not exceed 375
watts and the maxi mum authori zed
bandwi dth shal l not exceed 2 kHz.
(6) Because of the operati on of sta-
ti ons havi ng pri ori ty on the same or
adj acent frequenci es i n thi s or i n other
countri es, frequency assi gnments i n
thi s band may ei ther be unavai l abl e of
may be subj ect to certai n techni cal of
operati onal l i mi tati ons. Therefore, ap-
pl i cati ons for frequency assi gnments i n
thi s band shal l i ncl ude i nformati on
concerni ng the transmi tter output
power; the type and di recti onal charac-
teri sti cs of the antenna and the mi ni -
mum hours of operati on (GMT).
(7) Thi s band i s shared wi th the Di s-
aster Communi cati ons Servi ce (part 99)
and operati ons are on a secondary basi s
to that servi ce between l ocal sunset
and l ocal sunri se, or at any ti me dur-
i ng an actual or i mmi nent di saster.
L ocal sunri se and sunset ti mes shal l be
deri ved from the 1946 Ameri can Nau-
ti cal Al manac. Each frequency assi gn-
ment i n thi s band i s on an excl usi ve
basi s wi thi n the dayti me pri mary serv-
i ce area to whi ch assi gned. The day-
ti me pri mary servi ce area i s the area
where the si gnal i ntensi ti es are ade-
quate for radi ol ocati on purposes duri ng
the hours from sunri se to sunset from
al l stati ons i n the radi ol ocati on system
of whi ch the stati on i n questi on i s a
part; that i s, the pri mary servi ce area
of the stati on coi nci des wi th the pri -
mary servi ce area of the system. The
normal mi ni mum geographi cal separa-
ti on between stati ons of di fferent l i -
censees shal l be at l east 580 km. (360
mi .) when the stati ons are operated on
the same frequency or on di fferent fre-
quenci es separated by l ess than 3 kHz.
Where geographi cal separati on of l ess
than 580 km. (360 mi .) i s desi red under
these ci rcumstances i t must be shown
that the desi red separati on wi l l resul t
i n protecti on rati o of at l east 20 deci -
bel s throughout the dayti me pri mary
servi ce area of other stati ons. Appl i ca-
ti ons i n thi s band are pl aced on publ i c
noti ce i n accordance wi th §1.962 of thi s
chapter. Where the number of appl i -
cants requesti ng authori ty to serve an
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area exceeds the number of frequenci es
avai l abl e for assi gnment; or where i t
appears that fewer appl i cants or l i cens-
ees than the number before i t shoul d be
gi ven authori ty to serve a parti cul ar
area; or where i t appears that an appl i -
cant, ei ther di rectl y or i ndi rectl y,
seeks to use more than 25 kHz of the
avai l abl e spectrum space i n thi s band,
the appl i cati ons may be desi gnated for
heari ng.
(8) F requenci es i n thi s band may onl y
be assi gned to radi ol ocati on stati ons
whi ch are al so assi gned frequenci es i n
the 1605–1800 kHz band, provi ded the
use of frequenci es i n thi s band i s nec-
essary for the proper functi oni ng of the
parti cul ar radi ol ocati on system. Oper-
ati ons i n thi s band are on a secondary
basi s to stati ons operati ng i n accord-
ance wi th the Commi ssi on’s tabl e of
frequency al l ocati ons contai ned i n
§2.106 of thi s chapter.
(9) Thi s band i s al l ocated to the
Radi ol ocati on Servi ce on a secondary
basi s to other fi xed or mobi l e servi ces
and must accept any harmful i nter-
ference that may be experi enced from
such servi ces or from the i ndustri al ,
sci enti fi c, and medi cal (I SM) equi p-
ment operati ng i n accordance wi th
part 18 of thi s chapter. I n the 2483.5–
2500 MHz band, no appl i cati ons for new
or modi fi cati on to exi sti ng stati ons to
i ncrease the number of transmi tters
wi l l be accepted. Exi sti ng l i censees as
of J ul y 25, 1985, or on a subsequent date
fol l owi ng as a resul t of submi tti ng an
appl i cati on for l i cense on or before
J ul y 25, 1985, are grandfathered and
thei r operati on i s co-pri mary wi th the
Radi odetermi nati on Satel l i te Servi ce.
(10) Speed measuri ng devi ces wi l l not
be authori zed i n thi s band.
(11) Thi s frequency band i s shared
wi th and i s on a secondary basi s to the
Mari ti me Radi onavi gati on Stati ons
(part 80) and to the Government Radi o-
l ocati on Servi ce.
(12) Thi s frequency i s shared wi th and
i s on a secondary basi s to the Govern-
ment Radi ol ocati on Servi ce.
(13) Operati ons i n thi s band are l i m-
i ted to survey operati ons usi ng trans-
mi tters wi th a peak power not to ex-
ceed 5 watts i nto the antenna.
(14) Thi s frequency band i s shared
wi th and i s on a secondary basi s to the
Aeronauti cal Radi onavi gati on Servi ce
(part 87) and to the Government Radi o-
l ocati on Servi ce.
(15) The non-Government Radi o-
l ocati on Servi ce i n thi s band i s second-
ary to the Mari ti me Radi onavi gati on
Stati ons (part 80), the Aeronauti cal
Radi onavi gati on Servi ce (part 87) and
the Government Radi ol ocati on Servi ce.
(16) Thi s frequency band i s shared
wi th and i s on a secondary basi s to the
Mari ti me Radi onavi gati on Stati ons
(part 80) and the Government Meteoro-
l ogi cal Ai ds Servi ce.
(17) Operati on i n thi s frequency band
i s on a secondary basi s to ai rborne
Doppl er radars at 8800 MHz.
(18) Radi ol ocati on i nstal l ati ons wi l l
be coordi nated wi th the Government
Meteorol ogi cal Ai ds Servi ce, and i nso-
far as practi cabl e, wi l l be adj usted to
meet the needs of that servi ce.
(19) Operati ons i n thi s band are on a
secondary basi s to the Amateur Radi o
Servi ce (part 97). Pul sed emi ssi ons are
prohi bi ted.
(20) Thi s band i s restri cted to radi o-
l ocati on systems usi ng type N0N emi s-
si on wi th a power not to exceed 40
watts i nto the antenna.
(21) Non-Government radi ol ocati on
stati ons i n the band are secondary to
the Government Radi ol ocati on Servi ce,
the Amateur Radi o Servi ce and the
Amateur-Satel l i te Servi ce. Pul se-rang-
i ng radi ol ocati on stati ons i n thi s band
may be authori zed al ong the shorel i nes
of Al aska and the conti guous 48 states.
Radi ol ocati on stati ons usi ng spread
spectrum techni ques may be author-
i zed i n the band 420–435 MHz for oper-
ati on wi thi n the conti guous 48 states
and Al aska. Al so, stati ons usi ng spread
spectrum techni ques shal l be l i mi ted
to a maxi mum output power of 50
watts, shal l be subj ect to the appl i ca-
bl e techni cal standards i n §90.209 unti l
such ti me as more defi ni ti ve standards
are adopted by the Commi ssi on and
shal l i denti fy i n accordance wi th
§90.425(c)(3). Authori zati ons wi l l be
granted on a case-by-case basi s; how-
ever, operati ons proposed to be l ocated
wi thi n the zones set forth i n §90.177(e)
shoul d not expect to be accommodated.
(22) F or frequenci es 2455, 10,525, and
24,125 MHz unmodul ated conti nuous
wave (NON) emi ssi on onl y shal l be em-
pl oyed and a frequency stabi l i ty of at
l east 0.2 percent shal l be mai ntai ned.
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47 CFR Ch. I (10–1–98 Edition) §90.103
Such stati ons shal l be exempt from the
requi rements of §§90.403(c) and (f) and
90.429.
(23) Devi ces desi gned to operate as
fi el d di sturbance sensors on fre-
quenci es between 2450 and 2500 MHz
wi th a fi el d strength equal to or l ess
than 50,000 mi crovol ts per meter at 30
meters, on a fundamental frequency,
wi l l not be l i censed or certi fi cated for
use under thi s part. Such equi pment
must compl y wi th the requi rements for
fi el d di sturbance sensors as set forth i n
part 15 of thi s chapter.
(24) Devi ces desi gned to operate as
fi el d di sturbance sensors on fre-
quenci es between 10,500 and 10,550 MHz
and between 24,050 and 24,250 MHz, wi th
fi el d strength equal to or l ess than
250,000 mi crovol ts per meter at 30 me-
ters, on the fundamental frequency,
wi l l not be l i censed or certi fi cated for
use under thi s part. Such equi pment
must compl y wi th the requi rements for
fi el d di sturbance sensors as set forth i n
part 15 of thi s chapter.
(25) Stati on assi gnments on fre-
quenci es i n thi s band wi l l be made sub-
j ect to the condi ti ons that the maxi -
mum output power shal l not exceed 375
watts and the maxi mum authori zed
bandwi dth shal l not exceed 1.0 kHz.
(26) Each frequency assi gnment i n
thi s band i s on an excl usi ve basi s wi th-
i n the pri mary servi ce area to whi ch
assi gned. The pri mary servi ce area i s
the area where the si gnal i ntensi ti es
are adequate for radi ol ocati on purposes
from al l stati ons i n the radi ol ocati on
system of whi ch the stati on i n questi on
i s a part; that i s, the pri mary servi ce
area of the stati on coi nci des wi th the
pri mary servi ce area of the system.
The normal mi ni mum geographi cal
separati on between stati ons of di f-
ferent l i censees shal l be at l east 1931
km (1200 mi l es) when the stati ons are
operated on the same frequency or on
di fferent frequenci es separated by l ess
than 1.0 kHz. Where geographi cal sepa-
rati on of l ess than 1931 km (1200 mi l es)
i s requested under these ci r-
cumstances, i t must be shown that the
desi red separati on wi l l resul t i n a pro-
tecti on rati o of at l east 20 deci bel s
throughout the pri mary servi ce area of
other stati ons.
(27) Notwi thstandi ng the bandwi dth
l i mi tati ons otherwi se set forth i n thi s
secti on of the rul es, wi deband systems
desi ri ng to operate i n thi s band may
use such bandwi dth as i s necessary for
proper operati on of the system pro-
vi ded that the fi el d strength does not
exceed 120 mi crovol ts per meter per
square root Hertz (120 uv/m/Hz
1
⁄2) at 1.6
km (1 mi l e). Such wi deband operati ons
shal l be authori zed on a secondary
basi s to stati ons operati ng wi thi n oth-
erwi se appl i cabl e techni cal standards.
Appl i cati ons for wi deband systems i n
thi s band wi l l be accepted begi nni ng
December 15, 1985.
(28) Si nce the 1605–1705 kHz band has
been real l ocated for AM broadcasti ng,
no new assi gnments i n the 1605–1705
kHz porti on of thi s band shal l be made
after September 30, 1985.
(29) Begi nni ng J ul y 1, 1987, l i censees
of exi sti ng systems authori zed fre-
quenci es i n the 1605–1705 kHz porti on of
thi s band may request modi fi cati on of
thei r authori zati ons to change fre-
quenci es to the 1900–2000 kHz band.
(30) Unti l J ul y 1, 1988, thi s band wi l l
be avai l abl e onl y for l i censees of exi st-
i ng systems operati ng i n the 1605–1705
kHz porti on of the 1605–1715 kHz band
requesti ng modi fi cati on of thei r au-
thori zati ons to change frequenci es to
thi s band and for l i censees of wi deband
systems. On J ul y 1, 1988, requests for
new stati on authori zati ons i n thi s band
wi l l be accepted and, i f necessary, wi l l
be subj ect to the random sel ecti on pro-
cedures outl i ned i n §1.972 of the Com-
mi ssi on’s Rul es.
(31) Thi s frequency band i s shared
wi th and i s on secondary basi s to the
F i xed-Satel l i te Servi ce and to the Gov-
ernment’s Radi ol ocati on, Space Re-
search and Earth Expl orati on-Satel l i te
Servi ces. After J anuary 1, 2000, the
Government’s Space Research and
Earth Expl orati on-Satel l i te Servi ces
shal l operate on a co-equal secondary
basi s wi th the non-Government Radi o-
l ocati on Servi ce, except that grand-
fathered space stati ons i n the Tracki ng
and Data Rel ay Satel l i te System shal l
conti nue to be protected from harmful
i nterference.
(d) Other additional frequencies avail-
able. Radi ol ocati on stati ons i n thi s
servi ce may be authori zed, on request,
to use frequenci es al l ocated excl usi vel y
to F ederal Government stati ons, i n
those i nstances where the Commi ssi on
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Federal Communications Commission §90.119
fi nds, after consul tati on wi th the ap-
propri ate Government agency or agen-
ci es, that such assi gnment i s necessary
or requi red for coordi nati on wi th Gov-
ernment acti vi ti es.
[43 F R 54791, Nov. 22, 1978]
EDI TORI AL NOTE: F or F EDERAL REGI STER ci -
tati ons affecti ng §90.103, see the L i st of CF R
Secti ons Affected i n the F i ndi ng Ai ds sec-
ti on of thi s vol ume.
EF F ECTI VE DATE NOTE: At 63 F R 36608,
J ul y 7, 1998, §90.103, paragraphs (c)(23) and
(c)(24) were amended by removi ng the term
‘‘type accepted’’ and addi ng i n i ts pl ace ‘‘cer-
ti fi cated’’, effecti ve Oct. 5, 1998.
Subpart G—Applications and
Authorizations
§90.111 Scope.
Thi s subpart contai ns the procedures
and requi rements for the submi ssi on or
fi l i ng of appl i cati ons for authori ty to
operate radi o faci l i ti es under thi s part.
The procedures descri bed as those uti -
l i zed by the Commi ssi on after recei v-
i ng fi l ed appl i cati ons.
[51 F R 14996, Apr. 22, 1986]
§90.113 Station authorization re-
quired.
No radi o transmi tter shal l be oper-
ated i n the servi ces governed by thi s
part except under and i n accordance
wi th a proper authori zati on granted by
the Commi ssi on.
§90.115 Foreign government and alien
eligibility.
(a) No stati on authori zati on i n the
radi o servi ces governed by thi s part
shal l be granted to or hel d by a forei gn
government or i ts representati ve.
(b) No stati on authori zati on i n the
radi o servi ces governed by thi s part
shal l be granted to or hel d by an enti ty
provi di ng or seeki ng to provi de com-
merci al mobi l e radi o servi ces (except
such enti ti es meeti ng the requi rements
of §20.9(c) of thi s chapter) i f such en-
ti ty i s:
(1) An al i en or the representati ve of
any al i en;
(2) A corporati on organi zed under the
l aws of any forei gn government;
(3) A corporati on of whi ch more than
one-fi fth of the capi tal stock i s owned
of record or voted by al i ens or thei r
representati ves or by a forei gn govern-
ment or representati ve thereof, or by
any corporati on organi zed under the
l aws of a forei gn country;
(4) A corporati on di rectl y or i ndi -
rectl y control l ed by any other corpora-
ti on of whi ch more than one-fourth of
the capi tal stock i s owned of record or
voted by al i ens, thei r representati ves,
or by a forei gn government or rep-
resentati ve thereof, or by any corpora-
ti on organi zed under the l aws of a for-
ei gn country, i f the Commi ssi on fi nds
that the publ i c i nterest wi l l be served
by the refusal or revocati on of such l i -
cense.
[59 F R 59957, Nov. 21, 1994, as amended at 61
F R 55581, Oct. 28, 1996]
§90.117 Applications for radio station
or radio system authorizations.
Persons desi ri ng a radi o stati on or
radi o system authori zati on must fi rst
submi t the appropri ate appl i cati on(s).
Prescri bed appl i cati on forms are l i sted
i n §90.119. The F orms may be obtai ned
from the Washi ngton, DC offi ce of the
Commi ssi on, i ts Gettysburg, PA offi ce,
or from any of i ts engi neeri ng fi el d of-
fi ces. (See §90.145 for i nformati on re-
gardi ng speci al temporary authori za-
ti ons.) Appl i cants for new stati ons
compri si ng a l and mobi l e radi o system
as defi ned i n §90.7 of thi s part, or appl i -
cants modi fyi ng or renewi ng a stati on
that i s a part of a system, may fi l e an
appl i cati on for a system authori zati on.
[47 F R 57051, Dec. 22, 1982]
§90.119 Application forms.
The fol l owi ng appl i cati on forms shal l
be used—
(a) F orm 600 shal l be used to appl y:
(1) F or new base, fi xed, or mobi l e sta-
ti on authori zati ons governed by thi s
part.
(2) F or system authori zati ons, where
the system meets the requi rements of
§90.117.
(i ) Appl i cati on for a radi o system
may be submi tted on a si ngl e F orm 600.
(i i ) I f the control stati on(s) wi l l oper-
ate on the same frequency as the mo-
bi l e stati on, and i f the hei ght of the
control stati on(s) antenna(s) wi l l not
exceed 6.1 meters (20 feet) above ground
or an exi sti ng man-made structure
(other than an antenna structure),
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47 CFR Ch. I (10–1–98 Edition) §90.121
there i s no l i mi t on the number of such
stati ons whi ch may be authori zed. Ap-
propri ate i tems on F orm 600 shal l be
compl eted showi ng the frequency, the
stati on cl ass, the total number of con-
trol stati ons, the emi ssi on, and the
output power of the hi ghest powered
control stati on. Appl i cants for al l con-
trol stati ons i n the 470–512 MHz band
must furni sh the i nformati on requested
i n the rel evant i tems i n F orm 600.
(3) F or modi fi cati on or for modi fi ca-
ti on and renewal of an exi sti ng author-
i zati on. See §90.135.
(4) F or the Commi ssi on’s consent to
the assi gnment of an authori zati on to
another person or enti ty, except for au-
thori zati on to provi de commerci al mo-
bi l e radi o servi ce. I n addi ti on, the ap-
pl i cati on shal l be accompani ed by a
l etter from the assi gnor setti ng forth
hi s or her desi re to assi gn al l ri ght,
ti tl e, and i nterest i n and to such au-
thori zati on, stati ng the cal l si gn and
l ocati on of the stati on, and stati ng
that the assi gnor wi l l submi t hi s or her
current stati on authori zati on for can-
cel l ati on upon compl eti on of the as-
si gnment. F orm 1046 may be used i n
l i eu of thi s l etter.
(5) F or rei nstatement of an expi red
l i cense. See al so paragraphs (b)(1) and
(e) of thi s secti on.
(b) F orm 405–A shal l be used to:
(1) Appl y for l i cense rei nstatement or
renewal i f the rei nstatement or re-
newal does not i nvol ve the modi fi ca-
ti on of the stati on or system l i cense.
(2) Noti fy the Commi ssi on of a
change i n the l i censee’s name or mai l -
i ng address that occurs duri ng the l i -
cense term. See §90.135(b).
(3) Noti fy the Commi ssi on that the
l i censee has di sconti nued stati on oper-
ati on and wi shes to cancel the l i cense.
See §90.157.
(c) F orm 490 shal l be used whenever
i t i s proposed that a l i censee for a com-
merci al mobi l e radi o servi ce i n thi s
part change, as by transfer of stock
ownershi p, the control of a corporate
l i censee or for the Commi ssi on’s con-
sent to an assi gnment of an authori za-
ti on to another person or enti ty.
(d) F orm 572, Temporary Permi t to
Operate a Part 90 Radi o Stati on,
shoul d be properl y executed i f the ap-
pl i cant i s el i gi bl e and desi res to oper-
ate hi s or her stati on pendi ng the proc-
essi ng of hi s or her formal appl i cati on.
See al so §§90.159, and 90.657.
(e) F orm 574–R shal l be used to appl y
for renewal of an exi sti ng authori za-
ti on and may be used to appl y for rei n-
statement of an expi red l i cense, i f the
renewal or rei nstatement does not i n-
vol ve the modi fi cati on of the stati on or
system l i cense. (F orm 574–R i s gen-
erated by the Commi ssi on and mai l ed
to the l i censee pri or to the expi rati on
of the l i cense term.)
[59 F R 59957, Nov. 21, 1994]
§90.121 Canadian registration.
F orm 410 shal l be fi l ed by Canadi an
l i censees desi ri ng to operate i n the
Uni ted States under the terms of Arti -
cl e 2 and 3 of the Conventi on between
the Uni ted States and Canada concern-
i ng operati on of Certai n Radi o Equi p-
ment or Stati ons (whi ch entered i nto
force May 15, 1952). Thi s form may be
obtai ned from the Department of Com-
muni cati ons, Ottawa, Canada. That de-
partment shoul d al so be consul ted by
U.S. l i censees desi ri ng to operate i n
Canada.
§90.123 Full disclosures.
(a) Each appl i cati on shal l contai n
ful l and compl ete di scl osures wi th re-
gard to the real party or parti es i n i n-
terest and as to al l matters requi red to
be di scl osed by the appl i cati on forms.
(b) Each appl i cati on shal l be cl ear
and compl ete i n i tsel f wi thout cross
reference to i nformati on previ ousl y
fi l ed. An appl i cati on for modi fi cati on
of an exi sti ng stati on must show i n
preci se detai l al l parti cul ars of the de-
si red operati on, i ncl udi ng those not af-
fected by the modi fi cati on.
(c) Each appl i cati on for di gi tal voi ce
emi ssi on shal l onl y be made wi th the
understandi ng that the appl i cant i s re-
sponsi bl e to di scl ose current encodi ng
i nformati on to an F CC offi ci al at any
ti me after stati on authori zati on. Di s-
cl osure shal l be onl y upon request of
the F CC offi ci al , and onl y for enforce-
ment purposes. Al l authori zati ons for
di gi tal voi ce systems are i ssued subj ect
to thi s requi rement.
[43 F R 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, as amended at 47
F R 15340, Apr. 9, 1982]
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Federal Communications Commission §90.129
§90.125 Who may sign applications.
See part 1 of thi s chapter, §1.913, for
practi ces and procedures governi ng si g-
natures on l i cense appl i cati ons.
[58 F R 21407, Apr. 21, 1993]
§90.127 Submission and filing of appli-
cations.
(a) Al l appl i cati ons for pri vate l and
mobi l e l i censes that requi re both fre-
quency coordi nati on and fees as set
forth at part 1, subpart G of thi s chap-
ter shal l fi rst be sent to a certi fi ed co-
ordi nator for the radi o pool concerned
as speci fi ed i n §§90.20(c)(2) and
90.35(b)(2). After the appropri ate co-
ordi nati on and attachment of the stat-
utory fee, such appl i cati ons shal l be
forwarded to the appropri ate address i n
accordance wi th §0.401(b) of the rul es.
A l i st of the certi fi ed frequency coordi -
nators may be obtai ned from the F ed-
eral Communi cati ons Commi ssi on,
Gettysburg, PA 17326.
(1) Al l appl i cati ons for pri vate l and
mobi l e l i censes that requi re frequency
coordi nati on but not a fee shal l be sent
to a certi fi ed coordi nator for the radi o
pool concerned as speci fi ed i n
§§90.20(c)(2) and 90.35(b)(2). After the
appropri ate coordi nati on, such appl i ca-
ti ons shal l be forwarded to the F ederal
Communi cati ons Commi ssi on, Gettys-
burg, PA 17326.
(2) Al l appl i cati ons for pri vate l and
mobi l e l i censes that requi re a fee but
not frequency coordi nati on shal l be
sent to the appropri ate address i n ac-
cordance wi th §0.401(b) of the rul es.
(3) Al l appl i cati ons for pri vate l and
mobi l e l i censes that do not requi re ei -
ther frequency coordi nati on or a fee
shal l be sent to the F ederal Commu-
ni cati ons Commi ssi on, Gettysburg, PA
17326.
(b) Unl ess otherwi se speci fi ed, an ap-
pl i cati on shoul d be fi l ed at l east 60
days pri or to the desi red date of Com-
mi ssi on acti on. Appl i cati ons for re-
newal shoul d be fi l ed no more than 90
days nor l ess than 30 days pri or to the
end of the l i cense term. When ti mel y
and suffi ci ent appl i cati on for renewal
of the l i cense has been made, the l i -
cense shal l not expi re unti l Commi s-
si on acti on on the appl i cati on has been
compl eted. Appl i cati on for l i cense rei n-
statement must be fi l ed no l ater than
thi rty (30) days after the expi rati on
date of the l i cense. See §1.4 of thi s
chapter.
(c) Each appl i cati on shal l l i mi t i ts
request for authori zed mobi l e trans-
mi tters and pagi ng recei vers to:
(1) Mobi l e transmi tters and pagi ng
recei vers that wi l l be i nstal l ed and op-
erated i mmedi atel y after authori zati on
i ssuance.
(2) Mobi l e transmi tters and pagi ng
recei vers for whi ch purchase orders
have al ready been si gned and whi ch
wi l l be i n use wi thi n ei ght months of
the authori zati on date.
(d) F ai l ure on the part of the appl i -
cant to provi de al l i nformati on re-
qui red by the appl i cati on form or to
suppl y the necessary exhi bi ts or sup-
pl ementary statements may consti tute
a defect i n the appl i cati on.
(e) Al l appl i cati ons for modi fi cati on
of l i cense and renewal of l i cense must
i ncl ude the number of mobi l e transmi t-
ters and pagi ng recei vers i n use on the
l i censed faci l i ti es.
[43 F R 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, as amended at 43
F R 59071, Dec. 19, 1978; 44 F R 27995, May 14,
1979; 47 F R 41044, Sept. 16, 1982; 51 F R 14996,
Apr. 22, 1986; 52 F R 10231, Mar. 31, 1987; 54 F R
39739, Sept. 28, 1989; 56 F R 65858, Dec. 19, 1991;
57 F R 48739, Oct. 28, 1992; 62 F R 18924, Apr. 17,
1997]
§90.129 Supplemental information to
be routinely submitted with appli-
cations.
Each appl i cati on recei ved by the
Commi ssi on must be accompani ed by
the appl i cabl e i nformati on l i sted
bel ow:
(a) Evi dence of frequency coordi na-
ti on as requi red by §90.175.
(b) Descri pti on of any equi pment pro-
posed to be used i f i t i s not approved
for use under thi s part.
(c) A functi onal system di agram and
a detai l ed descri pti on of the manner i n
whi ch the i nterrel ated stati ons wi l l op-
erate, i f the stati on i s part of a system
i nvol vi ng two or more stati ons at di f-
ferent fi xed l ocati ons.
(d) Appl i cants proposi ng to share
thei r authori zed transmi tters pursuant
to §90.179 shal l so i ndi cate i n thei r ap-
pl i cati on.
(e) Appl i cants proposi ng to construct
a radi o stati on i n the vi ci ni ty of radi o
astronomy observatori es i n West Vi r-
gi ni a; on the i sl ands of Puerto Ri co,
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47 CFR Ch. I (10–1–98 Edition) §90.129
Desecheo, Mona, Vi eques, and Cul ebra;
or i n the vi ci ni ty of a radi o recei vi ng
zone i n Col orado must submi t the
statements prescri bed by §90.177.
(f) Statements requi red i n connecti on
wi th devel opmental operati on, as spec-
i fi ed i n §90.505.
(g) The envi ronmental assessment re-
qui red by §§1.1307 and 1.1311 of the
rul es, i f appl i cabl e.
(h) Requests for authori zati on to
communi cate wi th forei gn stati ons i n
accordance wi th §90.20(b) or §90.417;
(i ) Showi ngs requi red i n connecti on
wi th the use of frequenci es as speci fi ed
i n subppart S.
(j ) Any other statements or other
data speci fi cal l y requi red under speci al
ci rcumstances whi ch are set forth i n
the appl i cabl e subpart of thi s part, by
the parti cul ar form on whi ch the appl i -
cati on i s fi l ed or upon request by the
Commi ssi on.
(k) I f the appl i cant proposes to use a
mul ti pl e-l i censed transmi tter, he must
provi de the name of the owner and the
names and cal l si gns of any other l i -
censees of that transmi tter.
(l ) Appl i cants for new l and stati ons
to be i nterconnected wi th the publ i c
swi tched tel ephone network must i ndi -
cate on thei r appl i cati ons that thei r
stati ons wi l l be i nterconnected.
(m) Appl i cants requesti ng l i censes to
operate on frequenci es pursuant to
§90.20(d)(6) must submi t di saster com-
muni cati ons pl ans contai ni ng the fol -
l owi ng i nformati on:
(1) A system network/system use di a-
gram i ncl udi ng a showi ng of emergency
power and methods of depl oyment to
al l parts of the State or i nsul ar area;
(2) A desi gnati on of the responsi bl e
governmental authori ty wi thi n the
State or i nsul ar area who wi l l be the
control l i ng agency for the l i censee;
(3) A schedul e of proposed dri l l s and/
or exerci ses by the parti ci pants;
(4) The number of frequenci es i n each
band, and the type of emi ssi on requi red
by the appl i cant;
(5) The di stances expected to be cov-
ered wi thi n that State or i nsul ar area;
(6) The adj acent states and i nsul ar
areas expected to be communi cated
wi th duri ng a regi onal di saster or
emergency;
(7) The poi nt of contact for emer-
genci es i nvol vi ng more than one State
or i nsul ar area;
(8) The common frequency band(s)
and number of frequenci es i n each band
requi red for i nterstate communi cati on,
and the poi nt(s) of contact for these ad-
j acent States or i nsul ar areas;
(9) The format and emi ssi on param-
eters of radi o tel etype transmi ssi ons to
be used for i nterstate communi cati ons.
(n) Al l appl i cati ons for renewal of
base/mobi l e stati on l i censes by l i cens-
ees who al so operate wi l dl i fe tracki ng
tel emetry transmi tters, as descri bed i n
§90.20(f)(7), must i ncl ude a statement
detai l i ng the number of uni ts i n serv-
i ce, by frequency, on Publ i c Safety
Pool frequenci es at the ti me the re-
newal appl i cati on i s fi l ed.
(o) Appl i cants requesti ng l i censes to
operate on frequenci es pursuant to
§90.35(c)(1) must submi t communi ca-
ti ons pl ans contai ni ng the fol l owi ng i n-
formati on:
(1) A descri pti on of the communi ca-
ti on requi rement suffi ci ent to dem-
onstrate that no al ternati ve to the l i nk
i s appropri ate and that there i s no rea-
sonabl e way to abbrevi ate the l i nk;
(2) The frequency bands and the num-
ber of frequenci es necessary for the
l i nk(s);
(3) The name and phone number of
the person(s) responsi bl e for ceasi ng
operati ons of the l i censee’s stati ons i n
the event of i nterference; and,
(4) Where the l i nk(s) provi des a
standby backup ci rcui t for another
communi cati ons ci rcui t, a bri ef de-
scri pti on of the supported ci rcui t and
i ts vul nerabi l i ty to di srupti on.
(Secs. 4, 303, 307, 48 Stat., as amended, 1066,
1082, 1083; 47 U.S.C. 154, 303, 307)
[43 F R 54791, Nov. 22, 1978]
EDI TORI AL NOTE: F or F EDERAL REGI STER ci -
tati ons affecti ng §90.129, see the L i st of CF R
Secti ons Affected i n the F i ndi ng Ai ds sec-
ti on of thi s vol ume.
EF F ECTI VE DATE NOTE: At 63 F R 36608,
J ul y 7, 1998, §90.129 was amended by revi si ng
paragraph (b), effecti ve Oct. 5, 1998. F or the
conveni ence of the user, the superseded text
i s set forth as fol l ows:
§90.129 Supplemental information to be
routinely submitted with applications.
* * * * *
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Federal Communications Commission §90.135
(b) Descri pti on of any equi pment proposed
to be used i f i t does not appear on the Com-
mi ssi on’s current Radi o Equi pment L i st,
Equi pment Acceptabl e for L i censi ng, and
desi gnated for use under thi s part.
* * * * *
§90.131 Amendment or dismissal of
applications.
Thi s rul e governs al l appl i cati ons re-
l ati ng to radi o servi ces i n thi s part, i n-
cl udi ng appl i cati ons fi l ed by enti ti es
meeti ng the requi rements of §20.9(c) of
thi s chapter, except appl i cati ons con-
cerni ng faci l i ti es used to provi de com-
merci al mobi l e radi o servi ces, whi ch
are governed by §90.161.
(a) Any appl i cati on, except for mutu-
al l y excl usi ve appl i cati ons or those
agai nst whi ch a peti ti on to deny has
been fi l ed, may be amended as a matter
of ri ght at any ti me pri or to the ti me
the appl i cati on i s granted or des-
i gnated for heari ng. Each amendment
to an appl i cati on shal l be si gned and
submi tted i n the same manner as re-
qui red for the ori gi nal appl i cati on. The
procedures for amendi ng appl i cati ons
mutual l y excl usi ve under thi s part, ap-
pl i cati ons agai nst whi ch a peti ti on to
deny has been fi l ed, and appl i cati ons
desi gnated for heari ng are set forth i n
§1.918.
(b) Any appl i cati on may, upon wri t-
ten request si gned by the appl i cant or
hi s attorney, be di smi ssed wi thout
prej udi ce as a matter of ri ght pri or to
the ti me the appl i cati on i s granted or
desi gnated for heari ng.
[43 F R 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, as amended at 59
F R 59958, Nov. 21, 1994]
§90.135 Modification of license.
(a) The fol l owi ng changes i n author-
i zed stati ons requi re an appl i cati on for
modi fi cati on of l i cense:
(1) Change i n frequency.
(2) Change i n the type of emi ssi on,
except under the condi ti ons speci fi ed
i n paragraph (b)(5) of thi s secti on.
(3) Change i n power from that au-
thori zed.
(4) Change i n antenna hei ght from
that authori zed.
(5) Change i n the authori zed l ocati on
or number of base stati ons, fi xed, con-
trol or, for systems operati ng on non-
excl usi ve assi gnments i n the 470–512
MHz, 800 MHz or 900 MHz bands, a
change i n the number of mobi l e trans-
mi tters, or a change i n the area of mo-
bi l e operati ons from that authori zed.
(6) Change i n the cl ass of a l and sta-
ti on, i ncl udi ng changi ng from mul ti pl e
l i censed to cooperati ve use, and from
shared to unshared use.
(7) Any change i n ownershi p, control ,
or corporate structure.
(b) The fol l owi ng changes i n author-
i zed stati ons do not requi re an appl i ca-
ti on for modi fi cati on of l i cense.
(1) Change i n mai l i ng address of l i -
censee.
(2) Change of name onl y of l i censee,
wi thout changes i n ownershi p, control ,
or corporate structure.
(3) Change i n the number and l oca-
ti on of stati on control poi nts or of con-
trol stati ons operati ng bel ow 470 or
above 800 MHz meeti ng the requi re-
ments of §90.119(a)(2)(i i ).
(4) Change i n the number of mobi l e
uni ts operated by Radi ol ocati on Serv-
i ce l i censees.
(5) Change i n the type of emi ssi on
when:
(i ) Operati on i s i n the 150–174 MHz or
421–512 MHz bands; and
(i i ) The modi fi cati on wi l l be for a
narrower emi ssi on than speci fi ed i n the
current authori zati on.
(6) Any other changes not l i sted i n
paragraph (a) of thi s secti on.
(c) Unl ess speci fi cal l y exempted i n
§90.175, requests for modi fi cati ons l i st-
ed i n paragraph (a) of thi s secti on must
be submi tted on F orm 600 to the appl i -
cabl e frequency coordi nator.
(d) I n case of a change l i sted i n para-
graphs (b)(1), (b)(2), or (b)(5) of thi s sec-
ti on, the l i censee must noti fy the Com-
mi ssi on i mmedi atel y. Noti fi cati on may
be by F orm 405–A or by l etter. The l et-
ter must contai n the name and address
of the l i censee as they appear i n the
Commi ssi on’s records, the new name or
address, the cal l si gns and cl asses of al l
radi o stati ons authori zed to the l i -
censee under thi s part and the radi o
servi ce i n whi ch each stati on i s author-
i zed. The compl eted and si gned F orm
405–A or the l etter must be sent to:
F ederal Communi cati on Commi ssi on,
Gettysburg, PA 17326. L i censees whose
l i censes are due for renewal and who
have recei ved the renewal F orm 574–R
i n the mai l from the Commi ssi on must
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47 CFR Ch. I (10–1–98 Edition) §90.137
use the appropri ate boxes on that form
to noti fy the Commi ssi on of a change
l i sted i n paragraphs (b)(1), (b)(2), or
(b)(5) of thi s secti on.
(e) I n the case of a change l i sted i n
paragraphs (b)(3), (b)(4), and (b)(6) of
thi s secti on, the l i censee must noti fy
the Commi ssi on wi thi n 30 days of the
change. The noti ce may be fi l ed on F CC
F orm 574 or may be contai ned i n a l et-
ter speci fyi ng the nature of the change,
the name and address of the l i censee as
appeari ng on Commi ssi on records, and
the cal l si gn, cl ass, and radi o servi ce of
the stati on. The noti ce must be sent
to: F ederal Communi cati ons Commi s-
si on, Gettysburg, PA 17326.
(f) Any change that requi res a fee as
set forth at part 1, subppart G of thi s
chapter must be fi l ed i n accordance
wi th §1.912 (b) or §1.912 (b)(2) of the
rul es.
[51 F R 14997, Apr. 22, 1986, as amended at 51
F R 36014, Oct. 8, 1986; 52 F R 10232, Mar. 31,
1987; 54 F R 38680, Sept. 20, 1989; 57 F R 48739,
Oct. 28, 1992; 59 F R 59958, Nov. 21, 1994; 62 F R
2038, J an. 15, 1997]
§90.137 Applications for operation at
temporary locations.
(a) An appl i cati on for authori ty to
operate a base or a fi xed transmi tter at
temporary l ocati ons shal l be fi l ed i n
accordance wi th the fol l owi ng:
(1) When one or more i ndi vi dual
transmi tters are to be operated by a l i -
censee as a base stati on or as a fi xed
stati on at unspeci fi ed or temporary l o-
cati ons for i ndetermi nate peri ods, such
transmi tters may be consi dered to
compri se a si ngl e stati on i ntended to
be operated at temporary l ocati ons.
(2) The appl i cati on must speci fy the
general geographi c area wi thi n whi ch
the operati on wi l l be confi ned. The
area may be speci fi ed as a ci ty, a coun-
ty or counti es, a state or states or
other defi nabl e geographi c area such as
a speci fi ed radi us around a parti cul ar
ci ty or known geographi c si te.
(3) Appl i cati ons for operati on at tem-
porary l ocati ons exceedi ng 180 days
must be accompani ed by evi dence of
frequency coordi nati on, except that ap-
pl i cati ons for operati on at temporary
l ocati ons exceedi ng 180 days by appl i -
cants usi ng 220–222 MHz spectrum for
geophysi cal tel emetry operati ons need
not be accompani ed by evi dence of fre-
quency coordi nati on.
(b) When any uni t or uni ts of a base
stati on or fi xed stati on whi ch are au-
thori zed for operati on at temporary l o-
cati ons actual l y remai n or are i n-
tended to remai n at the same l ocati on
for more than 1 year, an appl i cati on for
a separate authori zati on speci fyi ng the
fi xed l ocati on shal l be made as soon as
possi bl e, but not l ater than 30 days
after the expi rati on of the 1-year pe-
ri od.
[43 F R 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, as amended at 45
F R 63862, Sept. 26, 1980; 51 F R 14997, Apr. 22,
1986; 58 F R 44956, Aug. 25, 1993; 62 F R 15992,
Apr. 3, 1997]
§90.138 Applications for itinerant fre-
quencies.
An appl i cati on for authori ty to con-
duct an i ti nerant operati on i n the I n-
dustri al /Busi ness Pool must be re-
stri cted to use of i ti nerant frequenci es
or other frequenci es not desi gnated for
permanent use and need not be accom-
pani ed by evi dence of frequency coordi -
nati on. Users shoul d be aware, how-
ever, that no protecti on i s provi ded
from i nterference from other i ti nerant
operati ons.
[62 F R 18924, Apr. 17, 1997]
§90.139 Commission processing of ap-
plications.
(a) Appl i cati ons recei ved for fi l i ng
are gi ven a fi l e number. The assi gn-
ment of a fi l e number to an appl i cati on
i s for admi ni strati ve conveni ence and
does not i ndi cate the acceptance of the
appl i cati on for fi l i ng and processi ng.
(b) Appl i cati ons whi ch are i ncom-
pl ete wi th respect to answers, suppl e-
mentary statements, executi on, or
other matters of a formal character
shal l be deemed defecti ve and may be
di smi ssed. I n addi ti on, i f an appl i cant
i s requested to fi l e any addi ti onal doc-
uments or i nformati on not i ncl uded i n
the prescri bed appl i cati on form, fai l ure
to compl y wi th such request wi l l
render the appl i cati on defecti ve and i t
may be di smi ssed. Appl i cati ons wi l l
al so be deemed to be defecti ve and be
di smi ssed i n the fol l owi ng cases:
(1) Statutory di squal i fi cati on of ap-
pl i cant;
(2) Proposed use or purpose of stati on
woul d be unl awful ;
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Federal Communications Commission §90.145
(3) Requested frequency i s not al l o-
cated for assi gnment for the servi ce
proposed.
(c) Appl i cati ons whi ch are not i n ac-
cordance wi th the provi si ons of thi s
chapter, or other requi rements of the
Commi ssi on, wi l l be consi dered defec-
ti ve and may be di smi ssed unl ess ac-
compani ed by a request i n accordance
wi th §90.151 of thi s part.
[43 F R 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, as amended at 51
F R 14997, Apr. 22, 1986]
§90.141 Resubmitted applications.
Any appl i cati on recei ved by the Com-
mi ssi on for frequenci es bel ow 470 MHz
whi ch has been returned by the Com-
mi ssi on to the appl i cant for correcti on
wi l l be processed i n i ts ori gi nal posi -
ti on i n the processi ng l i ne i f i t i s resub-
mi tted and recei ved by the Commi ssi on
wi thi n 60 days from the date on whi ch
i t was returned to the appl i cant. Other-
wi se i t wi l l be treated as a new appl i ca-
ti on for the purpose of processi ng con-
si derati ons. An appl i cati on recei ved by
the Commi ssi on for frequenci es above
470 MHz whi ch has been returned by
the Commi ssi on to the appl i cant wi l l
be processed i n i ts ori gi nal posi ti on i n
the processi ng l i ne i f i t i s resubmi tted
and recei ved by the Commi ssi on wi thi n
30 days (45 days outsi de the conti nental
Uni ted States) from the date on whi ch
i t was returned to the appl i cant. Other-
wi se i t wi l l be treated as a new appl i ca-
ti on for the purpose of processi ng con-
si derati ons.
[51 F R 14997, Apr. 22, 1986]
§90.143 Grants of applications.
(a) The Commi ssi on wi l l grant an ap-
pl i cati on for a stati on authori zati on
wi thout a heari ng i f i t i s i n proper
form, and conforms wi th al l rul e re-
qui rements, and woul d serve the publ i c
i nterest, conveni ence or necessi ty.
(b) Al l appl i cati ons i n pendi ng status
wi l l be processed i n the order i n whi ch
the appl i cati on acceptabl e for fi l i ng
was recei ved by the Commi ssi on; pro-
vi ded, however, that i f there are more
appl i cati ons than can be accommo-
dated on avai l abl e frequenci es, the
Commi ssi on may grant the appl i ca-
ti ons pursuant to the system of ran-
dom sel ecti on prescri bed i n §1.972 of
thi s chapter.
(c) The Commi ssi on may grant any
appl i cati on i n part, or add pri vi l eges,
terms or condi ti ons not requested.
When such acti on i s taken wi thout a
heari ng, the appl i cant may accept the
authori zati on as granted, or may re-
turn i t to the Commi ssi on al ong wi th a
wri tten request for a heari ng. Any such
request for heari ng must be made wi th-
i n 30 days from the date of the grant,
or from i ts effecti ve date, i f a l ater
date i s speci fi ed. Upon recei pt of a re-
quest for heari ng, the Commi ssi on wi l l
vacate the grant and desi gnate the ap-
pl i cati on for heari ng i n the usual man-
ner.
[43 F R 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, as amended at 48
F R 27207, J une 13, 1983]
§90.145 Special temporary authority.
(a) I n ci rcumstances requi ri ng the
temporary use of radi o faci l i ti es, the
Commi ssi on may i ssue speci al tem-
porary authori ty for new or modi fi ed
operati ons. A request for speci al tem-
porary authori ty may be made i n l etter
form si gned i n accordance wi th §90.125
of thi s part. I t shoul d be submi tted, i n
dupl i cate, at l east 10 days pri or to the
date of the proposed operati on. How-
ever, i n cases of emergency i nvol vi ng
danger to l i fe or property, or due to
damage to equi pment, the request may
be made by tel ephone, tel egraph or fac-
si mi l e transmi ssi on under the condi -
ti on that a l etter request i s submi tted
wi thi n the fol l owi ng 10 days. Al l re-
quests for speci al temporary authori ty
shal l be cl ear and compl ete wi thi n
themsel ves and shal l not rel y on any
pendi ng appl i cati on.
(b) Every request for speci al tem-
porary authori ty shoul d contai n the
fol l owi ng i nformati on:
(1) Name and address of the appl i -
cant;
(2) Need for speci al acti on, i ncl udi ng
a descri pti on of any emergency or dam-
age of equi pment;
(3) Type of operati on to be conducted
(such as fi el d test, di spatchi ng etc.);
(4) Purpose of operati on;
(5) Ti mes and dates of operati on;
(6) Cl ass of stati on and name of radi o
servi ce or radi o pool ;
(7) L ocati on, i ncl udi ng geographi cal
coordi nates i f known, of transmi tter
and/or mobi l e area of operati ons;
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(8) Number of fi xed transmi tters and
number of mobi l e uni ts;
(9) Operati ng frequency;
(10) Output power of the transmi tter;
(11) Type of emi ssi on;
(12) Descri pti on of antenna, i ncl udi ng
hei ght above ground and power gai n;
(13) Statement of el i gi bi l i ty for a
radi o servi ce or radi o pool under thi s
part.
(c) Requests for speci al temporary
authori ty to operate as a pri vate mo-
bi l e radi o servi ce provi der for peri ods
exceedi ng 180 days requi re evi dence of
frequency coordi nati on. Requests for
shorter peri ods do not requi re coordi -
nati on and, i f granted wi l l be author-
i zed on a secondary, non-i nterference
basi s.
(d) A request for speci al temporary
authori ty to operate a commerci al mo-
bi l e radi o faci l i ty under thi s part may
be granted wi thout bei ng l i sted i n a
Publ i c Noti ce, or pri or to thi rty (30)
days after such l i sti ng, i f:
(1) The STA i s to be val i d for thi rty
(30) days or l ess and the appl i cant does
not pl an to fi l e an appl i cati on for regu-
l ar authori zati on of the subj ect oper-
ati on;
(2) The STA i s to be val i d for si xty
(60) days or l ess, pendi ng the fi l i ng of
an appl i cati on for regul ar authori za-
ti on of the subj ect operati on;
(3) The STA i s to al l ow i nteri m oper-
ati on to faci l i tate compl eti on of au-
thori zed constructi on or to provi de
substanti al l y the same servi ce as pre-
vi ousl y authori zed; or
(4) The STA i s made upon a fi ndi ng
that there are extraordi nary ci r-
cumstances requi ri ng operati on i n the
publ i c i nterest and that del ay i n the
i nsti tuti on of such servi ce woul d seri -
ousl y prej udi ce the publ i c i nterest.
(e) The Commi ssi on may grant STAs
to operate a commerci al mobi l e radi o
faci l i ty for a peri od not to exceed one
hundred ei ghty (180) days under the
provi si ons of Secti on 309(f) of the Com-
muni cati ons Act of 1934, as amended, 47
U.S.C. 309(f), i f extraordi nary ci r-
cumstances so requi re, and pendi ng the
fi l i ng of an appl i cati on for regul ar op-
erati on. The Commi ssi on may grant
extensi ons for an addi ti onal peri od of
up to one hundred ei ghty (180) days,
but the appl i cant must show that ex-
traordi nary ci rcumstances warrant
such an extensi on.
[43 F R 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, as amended at 48
F R 11717, Mar. 21, 1983; 51 F R 14997, Apr. 22,
1986; 59 F R 59958, Nov. 21, 1994; 62 F R 18924,
Apr. 17, 1997]
§90.147 Mailing address furnished by
licensee.
Each appl i cati on shal l set forth and
each l i censee shal l furni sh the Com-
mi ssi on wi th an address i n the Uni ted
States to be used by the Commi ssi on i n
servi ng documents or di recti ng cor-
respondence to that l i censee. Unl ess
any l i censee advi ses the Commi ssi on to
the contrary, the address contai ned i n
the l i censee’s most recent appl i cati on
wi l l be used by the Commi ssi on for thi s
purpose.
§90.149 License term.
(a) L i censes for stati ons authori zed
under thi s part wi l l be i ssued for a
term not to exceed fi ve (5) years from
the date of the ori gi nal i ssuance, modi -
fi cati on, or renewal , except that the l i -
cense term for stati ons l i censed as
commerci al mobi l e radi o servi ce on
220–222 MHz, 929–930 MHz pagi ng, I ndus-
tri al /Busi ness Pool , and SMR fre-
quenci es shal l be ten (10) years. L i cens-
ees shal l have an addi ti onal thi rty (30)
days after the expi rati on of the l i cense
term to appl y for rei nstatement of ex-
pi red l i censes.
(b) I f no appl i cati on for rei nstate-
ment has been fi l ed as speci fi ed i n thi s
part, the authori zati on shal l be deemed
to have been automati cal l y cancel l ed
on the date speci fi ed on the authori za-
ti on.
(c) Authori zati ons for stati ons en-
gaged i n devel opmental operati on
under subppart Q of thi s part wi l l be
i ssued upon a temporary basi s for a
speci fi c peri od of ti me, but i n no event
to extend beyond 1 year from date of
ori gi nal i ssuance, modi fi cati on or re-
newal .
(d) Nati onwi de authori zati ons under
subpart T of thi s part wi l l be i ssued for
a term not to exceed ten years from
the date of the ori gi nal i ssuance, modi -
fi cati on or renewal .
[43 F R 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, as amended at 49
F R 36376, Sept. 17, 1984; 56 F R 19602, Apr. 29,
1991; 56 F R 65858, Dec. 19, 1991; 59 F R 59958,
Nov. 21, 1994; 62 F R 18924, Apr. 17, 1997]
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Federal Communications Commission §90.153
§90.151 Requests for waiver.
(a) Requests for wai ver of the rul es i n
thi s part shal l state the nature of the
wai ver or excepti on desi red, and set
forth reasons i n support thereof i ncl ud-
i ng a showi ng that uni que ci r-
cumstances are i nvol ved and that there
i s no reasonabl e al ternati ve sol uti on
wi thi n exi sti ng rul es. When rel ated to
a speci fi c appl i cati on the submi ssi on
and fi l i ng procedures of §90.127 al so
appl y.
(b) Appl i cati ons may be di smi ssed i f
the accompanyi ng peti ti on for wai ver
of the rul es does not set forth reasons
whi ch, suffi ci ent i f true, woul d j usti fy
a wai ver or excepti on.
(c) Appl i cants requi ri ng expedi ti ous
processi ng of thei r request for wai ver,
shal l , pursuant to §1.931 of thi s chap-
ter, cl earl y capti on both thei r request
for wai ver and the envel ope contai ni ng
i t wi th the words ‘‘WAI VER— TI MEL Y
ACTI ON REQUESTED.’’
(d) Requests for wai ver of the rul es
not rel ated to a speci fi c appl i cati on
shal l be submi tted to the F ederal Com-
muni cati ons Commi ssi on, Gettysburg,
PA 17326. (Wai ver requests associ ated
wi th and attached to speci fi c appl i ca-
ti ons that requi re a fee as set forth at
part 1, subppart G of thi s chapter must
be fi l ed i n accordance wi th §0.401(b) of
the rul es. See al so §0.482 of the rul es.)
(Sec. 4(i ), Communi cati ons Act of 1934, as
amended, 47 U.S.C. 154(i ), and the authori ty
del egated to the Managi ng Di rector by §0.231
of the Commi ssi on’s Rul es, 47 CF R 0.231)
[49 F R 20292, May 14, 1984, as amended at 51
F R 14997, Apr. 22, 1986; 52 F R 10232, Mar. 11,
1987]
§90.153 Transfer or assignment of sta-
tion authorization.
A stati on authori zati on and the
ri ghts i t grants shal l not be trans-
ferred, assi gned, or i n any manner di s-
posed of to any person, unl ess the Com-
mi ssi on shal l , after obtai ni ng ful l i n-
formati on, deci de that the transfer, as-
si gnment, or di sposal i s i n the publ i c
i nterest, conveni ence or neccessi ty and
gi ve i ts consent i n wri ti ng. An appl i -
cant for vol untary transfer of control
or assi gnment under thi s secti on where
the subj ect l i cense was acqui red by the
transferor or assi gnor through a sys-
tem of random sel ecti on shal l , together
wi th i ts appl i cati on for transfer of con-
trol or assi gnment, fi l e wi th the Com-
mi ssi on the associ ated contracts for
sal e, opti on agreements, management
agreements, or other documents di s-
cl osi ng the total consi derati on that the
appl i cant woul d recei ve i n return for
the transfer or assi gnment of i ts l i -
cense. Thi s i nformati on shoul d i ncl ude
not onl y a monetary purchase pri ce,
but al so any future, conti ngent, i n-
ki nd, or other consi derati on (e.g., man-
agement or consul ti ng contracts ei ther
wi th or wi thout an opti on to purchase;
bel ow-market fi nanci ng). The assi gnee
i s responsi bl e for ascertai ni ng that the
stati on faci l i ti es are and wi l l remai n i n
compl i ance wi th the terms and condi -
ti ons of the authori zati on to be as-
si gned.
(a) Application required. The assi gnor
or transferor of a commerci al mobi l e
radi o l i cense under thi s part must fi l e
an appl i cati on for approval of assi gn-
ment or transfer of control (Commi s-
si on F orm 490). I n the case of i nvol un-
tary assi gnment, such appl i cati on
must be fi l ed no l ater than thi rty (30)
days after the event causi ng the as-
si gnment. The assi gnee or transferee
must fi l e a report qual i fyi ng i t as a
commerci al mobi l e radi o provi der
(Commi ssi on F orm 430) unl ess a cur-
rent report i s al ready on fi l e wi th the
Commi ssi on.
(1) Forbearance from pro forma assign-
ments and transfers of control. L i censees
that are tel ecommuni cati ons carri ers
as defi ned i n 47 U.S.C. 153 are subj ect
to streaml i ned procedures for pro
forma, i.e., non-substanti al , transfers
and assi gnments.
(2) A pro forma assi gnee or transferee
i s not requi red to seek pri or F CC ap-
proval for the transacti on, but must
noti fy the F CC no l ater than 30 days
after the event causi ng the assi gnment
or transfer, ei ther by fi l i ng an F CC
F orm 490 or i n l etter form. I f a l etter i s
submi tted, i t must contai n a certi fi -
cati on that the transfer or assi gnment
i s non-substanti al and, together wi th
al l previ ous non-substanti al trans-
acti ons, does not i nvol ve a change i n
the l i censee’s ul ti mate control . A si n-
gl e l etter may be fi l ed for a transfer or
assi gnment of control of more than one
authori zati on i f each authori zati on af-
fected i s i denti fi ed by cal l si gn i n the
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47 CFR Ch. I (10–1–98 Edition) §90.155
l etter. L i censees must concurrentl y up-
date ownershi p i nformati on on thei r
F CC F orm 430, i f necessary.
(b) Notification of completion. Assi gn-
ments and transfers of control of com-
merci al mobi l e radi o l i censes must be
compl eted wi thi n si xty (60) days of
Commi ssi on approval , except those l i -
censees subj ect to the streaml i ned pro-
cedures of paragraph (a)(1) of thi s sec-
ti on. The assi gnee or transferee must
noti fy the Commi ssi on by l etter of the
date of compl eti on of the assi gnment
or transfer of control . I f an assi gnment
or transfer of control i s not compl eted
wi thi n thi s ti me, the assi gnor or trans-
feror must so noti fy the Commi ssi on
by l etter, and the assi gnee or trans-
feree must submi t the authori zati on(s)
to the Commi ssi on for cancel l ati on or
request an extensi on of ti me to com-
pl ete the assi gnment or transfer of con-
trol . I f the assi gnment or transfer of
control i s not compl eted, the author-
i zati on(s) remai n wi th the assi gnor or
transferor.
(c) Partial assignment of authorization.
I f the authori zati on for some, but not
al l , of the faci l i ti es of a commerci al
mobi l e radi o stati on i s assi gned to an-
other party, vol untari l y or i nvol untar-
i l y, such acti on i s a parti al assi gnment
of authori zati on.
(1) To request Commi ssi on approval
of a parti al assi gnment of authori za-
ti on, the fol l owi ng must be fi l ed i n ad-
di ti on to the forms requi red by para-
graph (a) of thi s secti on:
(i ) The assi gnor must noti fy the Com-
mi ssi on (Commi ssi on F orm 600) of the
faci l i ti es to be del eted from i ts author-
i zati on upon compl eti on of the assi gn-
ment.
(i i ) The assi gnee must appl y for au-
thori ty (Commi ssi on F orm 600) to oper-
ate a new stati on i ncl udi ng the faci l i -
ti es for whi ch authori zati on i s as-
si gned, or to modi fy the assi gnee’s ex-
i sti ng stati on to i ncl ude the faci l i ti es
for whi ch authori zati on was assi gned.
(2) Parti al assi gnments must be com-
pl eted wi thi n si xty (60) days of Com-
mi ssi on approval . I f an approved par-
ti al assi gnment i s not compl eted wi th-
i n thi s ti me, the assi gnor must noti fy
the Commi ssi on (Commi ssi on F orm
600), and the assi gnee must submi t the
authori zati on(s) to the Commi ssi on for
cancel l ati on or request an extensi on of
ti me to compl ete the assi gnment. I f
the assi gnment i s not compl eted, the
authori zati on(s) remai n wi th the as-
si gnor.
(d) L imitations. The Commi ssi on may
deny appl i cati ons for assi gnment of au-
thori zati on or consent to transfer of
control of a commerci al mobi l e radi o
l i cense i f:
(1) The Commi ssi on i s unabl e to
make the publ i c i nterest determi na-
ti ons requi red under the Communi ca-
ti ons Act wi th respect to both parti es
to the assi gnment or transfer; or
(2) The authori zati on was obtai ned
for the pri nci pal purpose of specul ati on
or profi tabl e resal e, rather than provi -
si on of commerci al mobi l e radi o serv-
i ces to the publ i c.
[43 F R 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, as amended at 59
F R 9101, F eb. 25, 1994; 59 F R 59958, Nov. 21,
1994; 63 F R 10345, Mar. 3, 1998]
§90.155 Time in which station must be
placed in operation.
(a) Al l stati ons authori zed under thi s
part, except as provi ded i n paragraphs
(b) and (d) of thi s secti on and i n
§§90.629, 90.631(f), 90.665, and 90.685,
must be pl aced i n operati on wi thi n
ei ght (8) months from the date of grant
or the authori zati on cancel s automati -
cal l y and must be returned to the Com-
mi ssi on.
(b) F or l ocal government enti ti es
onl y, a peri od l onger than ei ght
months for pl aci ng a stati on i n oper-
ati on may be authori zed by the Com-
mi ssi on on a case-by-case basi s, where
the appl i cant submi ts a speci fi c sched-
ul e for the compl eti on of each porti on
of the enti re system, al ong wi th a
showi ng that the system has been ap-
proved and funded for i mpl ementati on
i n accordance wi th that schedul e. See
al so §§90.631 and 90.633.
(c) F or purposes of thi s secti on, a
base stati on i s not consi dered to be
pl aced i n operati on unl ess at l east one
associ ated mobi l e stati on i s al so pl aced
i n operati on. See al so §§90.633(d) and
90.631(f).
(d) Mul ti l aterati on L MS EA-l i cens-
ees, authori zed i n accordance wi th
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Federal Communications Commission §90.159
§90.353, must construct and pl ace i n op-
erati on a suffi ci ent number of base sta-
ti ons that uti l i ze mul ti l aterati on tech-
nol ogy (see paragraph (e) of thi s sec-
ti on) to provi de mul ti l aterati on l oca-
ti on servi ce to one-thi rd of the EA’s
popul ati on wi thi n fi ve years of i ni ti al
l i cense grant, and two-thi rds of the
popul ati on wi thi n ten years. I n dem-
onstrati ng compl i ance wi th the con-
structi on and coverage requi rements,
the Commi ssi on wi l l al l ow l i censees to
i ndi vi dual l y determi ne an appropri ate
fi el d strength for rel i abl e servi ce, tak-
i ng i nto account the technol ogi es em-
pl oyed i n thei r system desi gn and other
rel evant techni cal factors. At the fi ve
and ten year benchmarks, l i censees
wi l l be requi red to fi l e a map and other
supporti ng documentati on showi ng
compl i ance wi th the coverage requi re-
ments.
(e) A mul ti l aterati on L MS stati on
wi l l be consi dered constructed and
pl aced i n operati on i f i t i s bui l t i n ac-
cordance wi th i ts authori zed param-
eters and i s regul arl y i nteracti ng wi th
one or more other stati ons to provi de
l ocati on servi ce, usi ng mul ti l aterati on
technol ogy, to one or more mobi l e
uni ts. Speci fi cal l y, L MS
mul ti l aterati on stati ons wi l l onl y be
consi dered constructed and pl aced i n
operati on i f they are part of a system
that can i nterrogate a mobi l e, recei ve
the response at 3 or more si tes, com-
pute the l ocati on from the ti me of ar-
ri val of the responses and transmi t the
l ocati on ei ther back to the mobi l e or
to a subscri ber’s fi xed si te.
[45 F R 81208, Dec. 10, 1980, as amended at 47
F R 41044, Sept. 16, 1982; 48 F R 51927, Nov. 15,
1983; 54 F R 4030, J an. 27, 1989; 56 F R 65859,
Dec. 19, 1991; 60 F R 15252, Mar. 23, 1995; 61 F R
6155, F eb. 16, 1996; 62 F R 52044, Oct. 6, 1997; 63
F R 40663, J ul y 30, 1998]
§90.157 Discontinuance of station op-
eration.
(a) The l i cense for a stati on shal l
cancel automati cal l y upon permanent
di sconti nuance of operati ons and the
l i censee shal l forward the stati on l i -
cense to the Commi ssi on. Al ter-
nati vel y, the l i censee may noti fy the
Commi ssi on of the di sconti nuance of
operati ons of a stati on by checki ng the
appropri ate box on F orm 574–R or
F orm 405–A and requesti ng l i cense can-
cel l ati on. Noti fi cati on of di sconti nued
operati on or cancel l ati on shal l be sent
to: F ederal Communi cati ons Commi s-
si on, Gettysburg, PA 17326.
(b) F or the purposes of thi s secti on,
any stati on whi ch has not operated for
1 year or more i s consi dered to have
been permanentl y di sconti nued.
[48 F R 36106, Aug. 9, 1983, as amended at 54
F R 38680, Sept. 20, 1989; 56 F R 65859, Dec. 19,
1991]
§90.159 Temporary and conditional
permits.
(a) An appl i cant for a l i cense under
thi s part (other than a commerci al mo-
bi l e radi o l i cense) uti l i zi ng an al ready
l i censed faci l i ty may operate the radi o
stati on(s) for a peri od of up to one hun-
dred ei ghty (180) days under a tem-
porary permi t evi denced by a properl y
executed temporary l i cense certi fi cate
(F orm 572) after submi tti ng or fi l i ng a
formal appl i cati on for stati on l i cense
i n accordance wi th §90.127, provi ded
that al l the antennas empl oyed by con-
trol stati ons are 6.1 meters (20 feet) or
l ess above ground or 6.1 meters (20 feet)
or l ess above a man-made structure
other than an antenna tower to whi ch
i t i s affi xed. When requi red by §90.175,
appl i cati ons must be accompani ed by
evi dence of frequency coordi nati on.
The temporary operati on of stati ons,
other than mobi l e stati ons wi thi n the
Canadi an coordi nati on zone i s l i mi ted
to stati ons wi th a maxi mum of 5 watts
effecti ve radi ated power and a maxi -
mum antenna hei ght of 6.1 meters (20
ft) above average terrai n.
(b) An appl i cant proposi ng to operate
a new l and mobi l e radi o stati on or
modi fy an exi sti ng stati on bel ow 470
MHz or i n the one-way pagi ng 929–930
MHz band (other than a commerci al
mobi l e radi o servi ce appl i cant or l i -
censee on these bands) that i s requi red
to submi t a frequency recommendati on
pursuant to paragraphs (b) through (h)
of §90.175 may operate the proposed
stati on duri ng the pendency of i ts ap-
pl i cati on for a peri od of up to one hun-
dred ei ghty (180) days under a condi -
ti onal permi t upon the fi l i ng of a prop-
erl y compl eted formal appl i cati on that
compl i es wi th §90.127 i f the appl i cati on
i s accompani ed by evi dence of fre-
quency coordi nati on i n accordance
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wi th §90.175 and provi ded that the fol -
l owi ng condi ti ons are sati sfi ed:
(1) F or appl i cants proposi ng to oper-
ate bel ow 470 MHz, that the proposed
stati on l ocati on i s south of L i ne A or
west of L i ne C as defi ned i n §90.7; for
appl i cants i n the one-way pagi ng 929–
930 MHz band, that the proposed sta-
ti on l ocati on i s west of L i ne C as de-
fi ned i n §90.7.
(2) The proposed antenna structure
has been previ ousl y studi ed by the F ed-
eral Avi ati on Admi ni strati on and de-
termi ned to pose no hazard to avi ati on
safety as requi red by §17.4 of the Com-
mi ssi on’s Rul es; or the proposed an-
tenna or tower structure does not ex-
ceed 6.1 meters (20 feet) above ground
l evel or above an exi sti ng man-made
structure (other than an antenna struc-
ture), i f the antenna or tower has not
been previ ousl y studi ed by the F ederal
Avi ati on Admi ni strati on and cl eared
by the F CC.
(3) The grant of the appl i cati on does
not requi re a wai ver of the Commi s-
si on’s Rul es.
(4) The appl i cant has determi ned that
the proposed faci l i ty wi l l not si gni fi -
cantl y affect the envi ronment as de-
fi ned i n §1.1307.
(5) The appl i cant has determi ned that
the proposed stati on affords the l evel
of protecti on to radi o ‘‘qui et’’ zones
and moni tori ng faci l i ti es as speci fi ed
i n §90.177.
(6) The appl i cant has submi tted an
appl i cati on to the Commi ssi on stati ng
the frequency the appl i cant i ntends to
use and that the frequency coordi na-
ti on requi rements speci fi ed i n §90.175
for sel ecti on and use of thi s frequency
have been met and a mi ni mum of ten
busi ness days has passed between sub-
mi ssi on of the appl i cati on to the Com-
mi ssi on and the onset of operati on.
(c) An appl i cant proposi ng to operate
an i ti nerant stati on or an appl i cant
seeki ng the assi gnment of authori za-
ti on or transfer of control of a l i cense
for an exi sti ng stati on bel ow 470 MHz
or i n the 929–930 MHz band (other than
a commerci al mobi l e radi o servi ce ap-
pl i cant or l i censee on these bands) may
operate the proposed stati on duri ng the
pendency of the appl i cati on for a pe-
ri od not to exceed one hundred ei ghty
(180) days under a condi ti onal permi t
upon the fi l i ng of a properl y compl eted
formal appl i cati on that compl i es wi th
§90.127. Condi ti onal authori ty ceases
i mmedi atel y i f the appl i cati on i s re-
turned by the Commi ssi on because i t i s
not acceptabl e for fi l i ng. Al l other cat-
egori es of appl i cati ons l i sted i n
§90.175(i ) that do not requi re evi dence
of frequency coordi nati on are excl uded
from the provi si ons of thi s secti on.
(d) A condi ti onal authori zati on pur-
suant to paragraphs (b) and (c) of thi s
secti on i s evi denced by retai ni ng the
ori gi nal executed condi ti onal l i censi ng
572C Certi fi cati on F orm wi th the sta-
ti on records. Condi ti onal authori zati on
does not prej udi ce any acti on the Com-
mi ssi on may take on the subj ect appl i -
cati on. Condi ti onal authori ty i s ac-
cepted wi th the express understandi ng
that such authori ty may be modi fi ed or
cancel l ed by the Commi ssi on at any
ti me wi thout heari ng i f, i n the Com-
mi ssi on’s di screti on, the need for such
acti on ari ses. Consi stent wi th
§90.175(g), the appl i cant assumes al l
ri sks associ ated wi th operati on under
condi ti onal authori ty, the termi nati on
or modi fi cati on of condi ti onal author-
i ty, or the subsequent di smi ssal or de-
ni al of i ts appl i cati on. Authori ty re-
verts back to the ori gi nal l i censee i f an
assi gnee or transferee’s condi ti onal au-
thori ty i s cancel l ed.
(e) The transmi ssi ons of new stati ons
operati ng pursuant to condi ti onal au-
thori ty shal l be i denti fi ed by a tem-
porary cal l si gn consi sti ng of the prefi x
‘‘WT’’ fol l owed by the appl i cant’s l ocal
seven di gi t busi ness tel ephone number
as provi ded i n §2.302. Transmi ssi ons by
appl i cants for the modi fi cati on, assi gn-
ment of authori zati on or transfer of
control of an exi sti ng stati on shal l be
i denti fi ed by the stati on’s cal l si gn.
[51 F R 14997, Apr. 22, 1986, as amended at 54
F R 50239, Dec. 5, 1989; 58 F R 44956, Aug. 25,
1993; 58 F R 62291, Nov. 26, 1993; 59 F R 59959,
Nov. 21, 1994; 62 F R 18924, Apr. 17, 1997]
SPECI AL RUL ES GOVERNI NG F ACI L I TI ES
USED TO PROVI DE COMMERCI AL MO-
BI L E RADI O SERVI CES
SOURCE: 59 F R 59959, Nov. 21, 1994, unl ess
otherwi se noted.
NOTE: The fol l owi ng rul es (§§90.160 through
90.169) govern appl i cati ons, l i censi ng, and op-
erati on of radi o faci l i ti es i n the 220–222 MHz
(subpart T), Busi ness Radi o (Subpart D), 929–
930 MHz Pagi ng (subpart P), and Speci al i zed
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Federal Communications Commission §90.161
Mobi l e Radi o (Subpart S) servi ces that are
used to provi de commerci al mobi l e radi o
servi ces (see §§20.3 and 20.9 of thi s chapter).
Compl i ance wi th the rul es rel ati ng to appl i -
cati ons and l i censi ng of faci l i ti es on pagi ng-
onl y channel s i n the Busi ness Radi o Servi ce
(see §90.75(c)(10)) and 929–930 MHz pagi ng
channel s (see §90.494(a),(b)) i s not requi red
pri or to August 10, 1996. Compl i ance wi th §9
90.168 i s al so not requi red pri or to August 10,
1996 for recl assi fi ed commerci al mobi l e radi o
servi ce provi ders who are to be regul ated as
pri vate carri ers unti l August 10, 1996 as pro-
vi ded i n the Second Report and Order i n GN
Docket No. 93–252, 9 F CC Rcd 2348 (1994),
paras. 280–284. The l i censi ng and operati on of
radi o faci l i ti es i n the 220–222 MHz (Subpart
T), Busi ness Radi o (Subpart D), 929–930 MHz
Pagi ng (Subpart P), and Speci al i zed Mobi l e
Radi o (Subpart S) servi ces that are used to
provi de commerci al mobi l e radi o servi ces are
al so subj ect to rul es el sewhere i n thi s part
that appl y general l y to Pri vate L and Mobi l e
Radi o Servi ces. I n the case of any confl i ct
between rul es set forth i n §§90.160 through
90.169 and other rul es i n thi s part, §§90.160
through 90.169 appl y.
§90.160 Public notice.
Peri odi cal l y, the Commi ssi on wi l l
i ssue Publ i c Noti ces l i sti ng maj or fi l -
i ngs and other i nformati on of publ i c
si gni fi cance concerni ng commerci al
mobi l e radi o servi ces l i censed under
thi s part. Categori es of Publ i c Noti ce
l i sti ngs are as fol l ows:
(a) Accepted for filing. Acceptance for
fi l i ng of al l appl i cati ons and maj or
amendments thereto.
(b) Actions. Commi ssi on acti ons on
pendi ng appl i cati ons previ ousl y l i sted
as accepted for fi l i ng.
(c) I nformative listings. I nformati on
that the Commi ssi on, i n i ts di screti on,
bel i eves to be of publ i c si gni fi cance.
Such l i sti ngs do not create any ri ghts
to fi l e opposi ti ons or other pl eadi ngs.
§90.161 Amendment or dismissal of
applications.
(a) Amendment. Pendi ng appl i cati ons
concerni ng faci l i ti es for provi di ng com-
merci al mobi l e radi o servi ces may be
amended as a matter of ri ght i f such
appl i cati ons have not been desi gnated
for heari ng or l i sted i n a Publ i c Noti ce
for a random sel ecti on or competi ti ve
bi ddi ng process, except as provi ded i n
paragraphs (a)(1) and (a)(2) of thi s sec-
ti on. I f a peti ti on to deny or other for-
mal obj ecti on has been fi l ed, a copy of
any amendment (or other fi l i ng) must
be served on the peti ti oner. I f the Com-
mi ssi on has i ssued a Publ i c Noti ce
stati ng that the appl i cati on appears to
be mutual l y excl usi ve wi th another ap-
pl i cati on (or appl i cati ons), a copy of
any amendment (or other fi l i ng) must
be served on any such mutual l y excl u-
si ve appl i cant (or appl i cants).
(1) Amendments to appl i cati ons that
resol ve mutual excl usi vi ty may be fi l ed
at any ti me, subj ect to the requi re-
ments of §90.162.
(2) Amendments to appl i cati ons des-
i gnated for heari ng may be al l owed by
the presi di ng offi cer and amendments
to appl i cati ons sel ected i n a random
sel ecti on process may be al l owed by
the Commi ssi on for good cause shown.
I n such i nstances, a wri tten peti ti on
demonstrati ng good cause must be sub-
mi tted and served upon the parti es of
record.
(b) Dismissal. The Commi ssi on may
di smi ss any appl i cati on for authori za-
ti on, assi gnment of authori zati on, or
consent to transfer of control of a com-
merci al mobi l e radi o faci l i ty.
(1) Upon request by the appl i cant;
Any appl i cant may request that i ts ap-
pl i cati on be returned or di smi ssed. A
request for the return of an appl i cati on
after i t has been l i sted on Publ i c No-
ti ce as tentati vel y accepted for fi l i ng i s
consi dered to be a request for di smi ssal
of that appl i cati on wi thout prej udi ce.
(i ) I f the appl i cant requests di smi ssal
of i ts appl i cati on wi th prej udi ce, the
Commi ssi on wi l l di smi ss the appl i ca-
ti on wi th prej udi ce.
(i i ) I f the appl i cant requests di smi s-
sal of i ts appl i cati on wi thout prej udi ce,
the Commi ssi on wi l l di smi ss that ap-
pl i cati on wi thout prej udi ce, unl ess
(A) The appl i cati on has been des-
i gnated for comparati ve heari ng;
(B) I t has been sel ected i n a random
sel ecti on process; or
(C) I t i s an appl i cati on for whi ch the
appl i cant submi tted the wi nni ng bi d i n
a competi ti ve bi ddi ng process. I f the
appl i cant requests di smi ssal of i ts ap-
pl i cati on for whi ch i t submi tted the
wi nni ng bi d i n a competi ti ve bi ddi ng
process, the Commi ssi on wi l l di smi ss
that appl i cati on wi th prej udi ce. I f the
appl i cant requests di smi ssal of i ts ap-
pl i cati on after that appl i cati on has
been desi gnated for comparati ve hear-
i ng or sel ected i n a random sel ecti on
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process, i t may submi t a wri tten peti -
ti on requesti ng that the di smi ssal be
wi thout prej udi ce. Such peti ti on must
demonstrate good cause, compl y wi th
§90.162 of thi s part, and be served upon
al l parti es of record. The Commi ssi on
may grant such peti ti on and di smi ss
the appl i cati on wi thout prej udi ce or
deny the peti ti on and di smi ss the ap-
pl i cati on wi th prej udi ce.
(2) I f the appl i cati on i s unti mel y
fi l ed; The Commi ssi on may di smi ss
wi thout prej udi ce any appl i cati on that
i s prematurel y or fi l ed l ate, i ncl udi ng
any appl i cati on fi l ed pri or to the open-
i ng date or after the cl osi ng date of a
fi l i ng wi ndow, or after the cut-off date
for a mutual l y excl usi ve appl i cati on
fi l i ng group.
(3) I f the appl i cati on i s mutual l y ex-
cl usi ve wi th another appl i cati on that
i s sel ected or granted i n accordance
wi th the rul es i n thi s part; The Com-
mi ssi on may di smi ss any mutual l y ex-
cl usi ve appl i cati on:
(i ) F or whi ch the appl i cant di d not
submi t the wi nni ng bi d i n a competi -
ti ve bi ddi ng process;
(i i ) That i s i ncl uded i n a random se-
l ecti on process but i s not granted; or
(i i i ) That recei ves comparati ve con-
si derati on i n a heari ng but i s not
granted by order of the presi di ng offi -
cer.
(4) F or fai l ure to prosecute; The Com-
mi ssi on may di smi ss appl i cati ons for
fai l ure of the appl i cant to prosecute or
for fai l ure of the appl i cant to respond
substanti al l y wi thi n a speci fi ed ti me
peri od to offi ci al correspondence or re-
quests for addi ti onal i nformati on. Such
di smi ssal wi l l general l y be wi thout
prej udi ce i f the fai l ure to prosecute or
respond occurred pri or to desi gnati on
of the appl i cati on for comparati ve
heari ng or pri or to sel ecti on of the ap-
pl i cati on i n a random sel ecti on proc-
ess, but may be wi th prej udi ce i n cases
of non-compl i ance wi th §90.162. Di smi s-
sal wi l l general l y be wi th prej udi ce i f
the fai l ure to prosecute or respond oc-
curred after desi gnati on of the appl i ca-
ti on for comparati ve heari ng or after
sel ecti on of the appl i cati on i n a ran-
dom sel ecti on process. The Commi ssi on
may di smi ss appl i cati ons wi th prej u-
di ce for fai l ure of the appl i cant to com-
pl y wi th requi rements rel ated to a
competi ti ve bi ddi ng process.
(5) I f the requested spectrum i s not
avai l abl e; The Commi ssi on may di s-
mi ss any appl i cati on that requests
spectrum whi ch i s unavai l abl e because:
(i ) I t was previ ousl y assi gned to an-
other l i censee on an excl usi ve basi s or
cannot be assi gned to the appl i cant
wi thout causi ng i nterference; or
(i i ) Reasonabl e efforts have been
made to coordi nate the proposed faci l -
i ty wi th forei gn admi ni strati ons under
appl i cabl e i nternati onal agreements,
and an unfavorabl e response (harmful
i nterference anti ci pated) has been re-
cei ved.
(6) I f the appl i cati on i s found to be
defecti ve. Such di smi ssal may be
‘‘wi thout prej udi ce,’’ meani ng that the
Commi ssi on may accept from the ap-
pl i cant another appl i cati on for the
same purpose at any l ater ti me, or
‘‘wi th prej udi ce,’’ meani ng that the
Commi ssi on wi l l not accept from the
appl i cant another appl i cati on for the
same purpose for a peri od of one year
fol l owi ng the date of the di smi ssal ac-
ti on taken by the Commi ssi on. Unl ess
otherwi se provi ded i n thi s part, a di s-
mi ssed appl i cati on wi l l not be returned
to the appl i cant. The Commi ssi on may
di smi ss wi thout prej udi ce appl i cati ons
that i t fi nds to be defecti ve. An appl i -
cati on for authori zati on or assi gnment
of authori zati on i s defecti ve i f:
(i ) I t i s unsi gned or i ncompl ete wi th
respect to requi red answers to ques-
ti ons, i nformati onal showi ngs, or other
matters of a formal character; or
(i i ) I t requests an authori zati on that
woul d not compl y wi th the Commi s-
si on’s Rul es and does not contai n a re-
quest for wai ver of these rul e(s), or i n
the event that the Commi ssi on deni es
such a wai ver request, does not contai n
an al ternati ve proposal that ful l y com-
pl i es wi th the rul es.
§90.162 Agreements to dismiss appli-
cations, amendments, or pleadings.
(a) Parti es that have fi l ed an appl i ca-
ti on concerni ng faci l i ti es used to pro-
vi de commerci al mobi l e radi o servi ces
that i s mutual l y excl usi ve wi th one or
more other appl i cati ons, and then
enter i nto an agreement to resol ve the
mutual excl usi vi ty by wi thdrawi ng or
requesti ng di smi ssal of the appl i cati on
or an amendment thereto, must obtai n
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the approval of the Commi ssi on. Par-
ti es that have fi l ed or threatened to
fi l e a peti ti on to deny, i nformal obj ec-
ti on, or other pl eadi ng agai nst a pend-
i ng appl i cati on, and then seek to wi th-
draw or request di smi ssal of, or refrai n
from fi l i ng, the peti ti on, ei ther uni l at-
eral l y or i n exchange for a fi nanci al
consi derati on, must obtai n the ap-
proval of the Commi ssi on.
(b) The party wi thdrawi ng or re-
questi ng di smi ssal of i ts appl i cati on,
peti ti on to deny, i nformal obj ecti on, or
other pl eadi ng, or refrai ni ng from fi l -
i ng a pl eadi ng, must submi t to the
Commi ssi on a request for approval of
the wi thdrawal or di smi ssal , a copy of
any wri tten agreement rel ated to the
wi thdrawal or di smi ssal , and an affi da-
vi t setti ng forth:
(1) A certi fi cati on that nei ther the
party nor i ts pri nci pal s has recei ved or
wi l l recei ve any money or other consi d-
erati on i n excess of the l egi ti mate and
prudent expenses i ncurred i n prepari ng
and prosecuti ng the appl i cati on, peti -
ti on to deny, i nformal obj ecti on, or
other pl eadi ng i n exchange for the
wi thdrawal or di smi ssal of the appl i ca-
ti on, peti ti on to deny, i nformal obj ec-
ti on, or other pl eadi ng, or threat to fi l e
a pl eadi ng, except that thi s provi si on
does not appl y to di smi ssal or wi th-
drawal of appl i cati ons pursuant to
bona fi de merger agreements:
(2) The exact nature and amount of
any consi derati on recei ved or prom-
i sed;
(3) An i temi zed accounti ng of the ex-
penses for whi ch i t seeks rei mburse-
ment; and
(4) The terms of any oral agreement
rel ated to the wi thdrawal or di smi ssal
of the appl i cati on, peti ti on to deny, i n-
formal obj ecti on, or other pl eadi ng or
threat to fi l e a pl eadi ng.
(c) I n addi ti on, wi thi n fi ve (5) days of
the fi l i ng date of the appl i cant’s or pe-
ti ti oner’s request for approval , each re-
mai ni ng party to any wri tten or oral
agreement must submi t an affi davi t
setti ng forth:
(1) A certi fi cati on that nei ther the
appl i cant nor i ts pri nci pal s has pai d or
wi l l pay money or other consi derati on
i n excess of the l egi ti mate and prudent
expenses of the peti ti oner i n exchange
for wi thdrawi ng or di smi ssi ng the ap-
pl i cati on, peti ti on to deny, i nformal
obj ecti on, or other pl eadi ng; and
(2) The terms of any oral agreement
rel ati ng to the wi thdrawal or di smi ssal
of the appl i cati on, peti ti on to deny, i n-
formal obj ecti on, or other pl eadi ng.
(d) No person shal l make or recei ve
any payments i n exchange for wi th-
drawi ng a threat to fi l e or refrai ni ng
from fi l i ng a peti ti on agai nst an appl i -
cati on. F or purposes of thi s secti on, re-
i mbursement by an appl i cant of the l e-
gi ti mate and prudent expenses of a po-
tenti al peti ti oner or obj ector, i ncurred
reasonabl y and di rectl y i n prepari ng to
fi l e a peti ti on to deny, wi l l not be con-
si dered to be payment for refrai ni ng
from fi l i ng a peti ti on to deny or an i n-
formal obj ecti on. Payments made di -
rectl y to a potenti al peti ti oner or ob-
j ector, or a person rel ated to a poten-
ti al peti ti oner or obj ector, to i mpl e-
ment non-fi nanci al promi ses are pro-
hi bi ted unl ess speci fi cal l y approved by
the Commi ssi on.
(e) F or purposes of thi s secti on:
(1) Affi davi ts fi l ed pursuant to thi s
secti on must be executed by the fi l i ng
party, i f an i ndi vi dual , a partner hav-
i ng personal knowl edge of the facts, i f
a partnershi p, or an offi cer havi ng per-
sonal knowl edge of the facts, i f a cor-
porati on or associ ati on.
(2) Appl i cati ons, peti ti ons to deny,
i nformal obj ecti ons, and other pl ead-
i ngs are deemed to be pendi ng before
the Commi ssi on from the ti me the ap-
pl i cati on or peti ti on to deny i s fi l ed
wi th the Commi ssi on unti l such ti me
as an order of the Commi ssi on grant-
i ng, denyi ng, or di smi ssi ng the appl i ca-
ti on, peti ti on to deny, i nformal obj ec-
ti on, or other pl eadi ng i s no l onger sub-
j ect to reconsi derati on by the Commi s-
si on or to revi ew by any court.
(3) ‘‘L egi ti mate and prudent ex-
penses’’ are those expenses reasonabl y
i ncurred by a party i n prepari ng to fi l e,
fi l i ng, prosecuti ng and/or settl i ng i ts
appl i cati on, peti ti on to deny, i nformal
obj ecti on, or other pl eadi ng for whi ch
rei mbursement i s sought.
(4) ‘‘Other consi derati on’’ consi sts of
fi nanci al concessi ons, i ncl udi ng, but
not l i mi ted to, the transfer of assets or
the provi si on of tangi bl e pecuni ary
benefi t, as wel l as non-fi nanci al con-
cessi ons that confer any type of benefi t
on the reci pi ent.
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(f) Notwi thstandi ng the provi si ons of
thi s secti on, any payments made or re-
cei ved i n exchange for wi thdrawi ng a
short-form appl i cati on for an F CC au-
thori zati on awarded through competi -
ti ve bi ddi ng shal l be subj ect to the re-
stri cti ons set forth i n secti on §1.2105(c)
of thi s chapter.
[59 F R 59959, Nov. 21, 1994, as amended at 62
F R 11636, Mar. 12, 1997]
§90.163 Petitions to deny, responsive
pleadings.
Peti ti ons to deny any maj or fi l i ng
concerni ng faci l i ti es used to provi de
commerci al mobi l e radi o servi ces may
be fi l ed by parti es abl e to demonstrate
standi ng to fi l e such peti ti ons. Respon-
si ve pl eadi ngs to such peti ti ons may be
fi l ed i n accordance wi th the provi si ons
of thi s secti on.
(a) Content and requirements. Peti -
ti ons to deny and responsi ve pl eadi ngs
must:
(1) Cl earl y i denti fy the perti nent
maj or fi l i ng(s);
(2) Compl y wi th al l appl i cabl e re-
qui rements of §§1.41 through 1.52 of thi s
chapter;
(3) Contai n speci fi c al l egati ons of
fact whi ch, except for facts of whi ch of-
fi ci al noti ce may be taken, are sup-
ported by affi davi t of a person or per-
sons wi th personal knowl edge thereof,
and whi ch are suffi ci ent to dem-
onstrate that the peti ti oner (or re-
spondent) i s a party i n i nterest and
that a grant or other Commi ssi on ac-
ti on regardi ng the maj or fi l i ng woul d
be i nconsi stent wi th the publ i c i nter-
est;
(4) Be fi l ed wi thi n 30 days after the
date of the Publ i c Noti ce l i sti ng the
maj or fi l i ng; and
(5) Contai n a certi fi cate of servi ce
showi ng that a copy has been mai l ed to
the appl i cant no l ater than the date of
fi l i ng wi th the Commi ssi on.
(b) Expansion. Peti ti ons to deny a
maj or amendment to an appl i cati on
may rai se onl y matters di rectl y rel ated
to the maj or amendment that coul d
not have been rai sed i n connecti on
wi th the appl i cati on as ori gi nal l y fi l ed.
Thi s paragraph does not appl y to peti -
ti oners who gai n standi ng because of
the maj or amendment.
(c) Dismissal. The Commi ssi on may,
by l etter, di smi ss any peti ti on to deny
a maj or fi l i ng i f the peti ti on does not
compl y wi th the requi rements of thi s
secti on or §90.161. The reason(s) for the
di smi ssal must be stated i n the l etter.
When a peti ti on to deny i s di smi ssed,
any rel ated responsi ve pl eadi ngs al so
are di smi ssed.
§90.164 Classification of filings as
major or minor.
Appl i cati ons and amendments to ap-
pl i cati ons are cl assi fi ed as maj or or
mi nor when such fi l i ngs concern faci l i -
ti es used to provi de commerci al mobi l e
radi o servi ces. Categori es of maj or and
mi nor fi l i ngs are l i sted i n secti on 309 of
the Communi cati ons Act of 1934, as
amended (47 U.S.C. 309). I n general , a
maj or fi l i ng i s a request for a Commi s-
si on acti on that has the potenti al to
affect parti es other than the appl i cant.
The fol l owi ng are maj or fi l i ngs:
(a) I nitial station authorization. F i l -
i ngs for an i ni ti al authori zati on as de-
fi ned i n §90.165(d)(2) are maj or.
(b) Ownership or control change. F i l -
i ngs are maj or i f they speci fy a sub-
stanti al change i n benefi ci al ownershi p
or control (de j ure or de facto), unl ess
such change i s i nvol untary or i f the fi l -
i ng merel y amends an appl i cati on to
refl ect a change i n ownershi p or con-
trol that has al ready been approved by
the Commi ssi on.
(c) Renewal. Appl i cati ons for renewal
of authori zati ons are maj or.
(d) Environmental. F i l i ngs are maj or
i f they request authori zati on for a fa-
ci l i ty that woul d have a si gni fi cant en-
vi ronmental effect, as defi ned by
§§1.1301 through 1.1319 of thi s chapter.
(e) I n the Speci al i zed Mobi l e Radi o
Servi ce, i n addi ti on to fi l i ngs l i sted i n
paragraphs (a) through (d) of thi s sec-
ti on, fi l i ngs are maj or i f they:
(1) Request a change i n frequency;
(2) Request an authori zati on that
woul d i ncrease the effecti ve radi ated
power or antenna hei ght above average
terrai n i n any azi muth from an exi st-
i ng transmi tter authori zed to the fi l er;
(3) Request an authori zati on that
woul d rel ocate an exi sti ng fi xed trans-
mi tter;
(4) Amend a pendi ng appl i cati on to
change a requested frequency;
(5) Amend a pendi ng appl i cati on i n a
way that woul d i ncrease the proposed
effecti ve radi ated power or antenna
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hei ght above average terrai n i n any
azi muth from an exi sti ng transmi tter
authori zed to the fi l er;
(6) Amend a pendi ng appl i cati on to
change the l ocati on of a fi xed trans-
mi tter from that previ ousl y proposed
i n the appl i cati on; or
(7) Amend a pendi ng appl i cati on for
whi ch pre-fi l i ng coordi nati on was re-
qui red to change the techni cal proposal
substanti al l y from that whi ch was co-
ordi nated wi th other users.
§90.165 Procedures for mutually ex-
clusive applications.
Mutual l y excl usi ve commerci al mo-
bi l e radi o servi ce appl i cati ons are proc-
essed i n accordance wi th the rul es i n
thi s secti on, except for mutual l y excl u-
si ve appl i cati ons for l i censes i n the 220–
220 MHz servi ce and the 929–930 MHz
Pagi ng servi ce, whi ch are processed i n
accordance wi th the rul es i n subpart P
and subpart T of thi s part.
Two or more pendi ng appl i cati ons are
mutual l y excl usi ve i f the grant of one
appl i cati on woul d effecti vel y precl ude
the grant of one or more of the others
under Commi ssi on rul es governi ng the
servi ces i nvol ved.
(a) Separate applications. Any appl i -
cant that fi l es an appl i cati on knowi ng
that i t wi l l be mutual l y excl usi ve wi th
one or more appl i cati ons shoul d not i n-
cl ude i n the mutual l y excl usi ve appl i -
cati on a request for other channel s or
faci l i ti es that woul d not, by them-
sel ves, render the appl i cati on mutual l y
excl usi ve wi th those other appl i ca-
ti ons. I nstead, the request for such
other channel s or faci l i ti es shoul d be
fi l ed i n a separate appl i cati on.
(b) Filing groups. Pendi ng mutual l y
excl usi ve appl i cati ons are processed i n
fi l i ng groups. Mutual l y excl usi ve appl i -
cati ons i n a fi l i ng group are gi ven con-
current consi derati on. The Commi ssi on
may di smi ss as defecti ve (pursuant to
§90.162) any mutual l y excl usi ve appl i -
cati ons(s) whose fi l i ng date i s outsi de
of the date range for i ncl usi on i n the
fi l i ng group. The types of fi l i ng groups
used i n day-to-day appl i cati on process-
i ng are speci fi ed i n paragraph (c)(3) of
thi s secti on. A fi l i ng group i s one of
the fol l owi ng types:
(1) Renewal filing group. A renewal fi l -
i ng group compri ses a ti mel y-fi l ed ap-
pl i cati on for renewal of an authori za-
ti on and al l ti mel y-fi l ed mutual l y ex-
cl usi ve competi ng appl i cati ons.
(2) Same-day filing group. A same-day
fi l i ng group compri ses al l mutual l y ex-
cl usi ve appl i cati ons whose fi l i ng date
i s the same day, whi ch i s normal l y the
fi l i ng date of the fi rst-fi l ed appl i ca-
ti ons(s).
(3) Thirty-day notice and cut-off filing
group. A 30-day noti ce and cut-off fi l i ng
group compri ses mutual l y excl usi ve
appl i cati ons whose fi l i ng date i s no
l ater than thi rty (30) days after the
date of the Publ i c Noti ce l i sti ng the
fi rst-fi l ed appl i cati on(s) (accordi ng to
the fi l i ng dates) as acceptabl e for fi l -
i ng.
(4) Window filing group. A wi ndow fi l -
i ng group compri ses mutual l y excl u-
si ve appl i cati ons whose fi l i ng date i s
wi thi n an announced fi l i ng wi ndow. An
announced fi l i ng wi ndow i s a peri od of
ti me between and i ncl udi ng two spe-
ci fi c dates, whi ch are the fi rst and l ast
dates on whi ch appl i cati ons (or amend-
ments) for a parti cul ar purpose may be
accepted for fi l i ng. I n the case of a one-
day fi l i ng wi ndow, the two dates are
the same. The dates are made known to
the publ i c i n advance.
(c) Procedures. General l y, the Com-
mi ssi on may grant one appl i cati on i n a
fi l i ng group of mutual l y excl usi ve ap-
pl i cati ons and di smi ss the other appl i -
cati on(s) i n the fi l i ng group that are
excl uded by the grant, pursuant to
§90.162.
(1) Selection methods. I n sel ecti ng the
appl i cati on to grant, the Commi ssi on
may use competi ti ve bi ddi ng, random
sel ecti on, or comparati ve heari ngs, de-
pendi ng on the type of appl i cati ons i n-
vol ved.
(2) Dismissal of applications. The Com-
mi ssi on may di smi ss any appl i cati on i n
a fi l i ng group that i s defecti ve or oth-
erwi se subj ect to di smi ssal under
§90.162, ei ther before or after empl oy-
i ng sel ecti on procedures.
(3) Type of filing group used. Except as
otherwi se provi ded i n thi s part, the
type of fi l i ng group used i n processi ng
of two or more mutual l y excl usi ve ap-
pl i cati ons depends on the purpose(s) of
the appl i cati ons.
(i ) I f one of the mutual l y excl usi ve
appl i cati ons i s a ti mel y-fi l ed appl i ca-
ti on for renewal of an authori zati on, a
renewal fi l i ng group i s used.
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(i i ) I f any mutual l y excl usi ve appl i -
cati on fi l ed on the earl i est fi l i ng date
i s an appl i cati on for modi fi cati on and
none of the mutual l y excl usi ve appl i ca-
ti ons i s a ti mel y-fi l ed appl i cati on for
renewal , a same-day fi l i ng group i s
used.
(i i i ) I f al l of the mutual l y excl usi ve
appl i cati ons fi l ed on the earl i est fi l i ng
date are appl i cati ons for i ni ti al author-
i zati on, a 30-day noti ce and cut-off fi l -
i ng group i s used.
(4) Disposition. I f there i s onl y one ap-
pl i cati on i n any type of fi l i ng group,
the Commi ssi on may grant that appl i -
cati on and di smi ss wi thout prej udi ce
any mutual l y excl usi ve appl i cati ons
not i n the fi l i ng group. I f there i s more
than one mutual l y excl usi ve appl i ca-
ti on i n a fi l i ng group, the Commi ssi on
di sposes of these appl i cati ons as fol -
l ows:
(i ) Appl i cati ons i n a renewal fi l i ng
group. Al l mutual l y excl usi ve appl i ca-
ti ons i n a renewal fi l i ng group are des-
i gnated for comparati ve consi derati on
i n a heari ng.
(i i ) Appl i cati ons i n a 30-day noti ce
and cut-off fi l i ng group.
(A) I f al l of the mutual l y excl usi ve
appl i cati ons i n a 30-day noti ce and cut-
off fi l i ng group are appl i cati ons for i ni -
ti al authori zati on, the Commi ssi on ad-
mi ni sters competi ti ve bi ddi ng proce-
dures i n accordance wi th subpart Q of
part 1 of thi s chapter. After such proce-
dures, the appl i cati on of the successful
bi dder may be granted and the other
appl i cati ons may be di smi ssed wi thout
prej udi ce.
(B) I f any of the mutual l y excl usi ve
appl i cati ons i n a 30-day noti ce and cut-
off fi l i ng group i s an appl i cati on for
modi fi cati on or an appl i cati on for fa-
ci l i ti es, the Commi ssi on may attempt
to resol ve the mutual excl usi vi ty by fa-
ci l i tati ng a settl ement between the ap-
pl i cants. I f a settl ement i s not reached
wi thi n a reasonabl e ti me, the Commi s-
si on may desi gnate al l appl i cati ons i n
the fi l i ng group for comparati ve con-
si derati on i n a heari ng. I n thi s event,
the resul t of the heari ng di sposes al l of
the appl i cati ons i n the fi l i ng group.
(i i i ) Appl i cati ons i n a same-day fi l i ng
group. I f there are two or more mutu-
al l y excl usi ve appl i cati ons i n a same-
day fi l i ng group, the Commi ssi on may
attempt to resol ve the mutual excl u-
si vi ty by faci l i tati ng a settl ement be-
tween the appl i cants. I f a settl ement i s
not reached wi thi n a reasonabl e ti me,
the Commi ssi on may desi gnate al l ap-
pl i cati ons i n the fi l i ng group for com-
parati ve consi derati on i n a heari ng. I n
thi s event, the resul t of the heari ng
di sposes al l of the appl i cati ons i n the
fi l i ng group.
(i v) Appl i cati ons i n a wi ndow fi l i ng
group. Appl i cati ons i n a wi ndow fi l i ng
group are processed i n accordance wi th
the procedures for a 30-day noti ce and
cut-off fi l i ng group i n paragraph
(c)(4)(i i ) of thi s secti on.
(d) Terminology. F or the purposes of
thi s secti on, terms have the fol l owi ng
meani ngs:
(1) The ‘‘fi l i ng date’’ of an appl i ca-
ti on i s the date on whi ch that appl i ca-
ti on was recei ved i n a condi ti on ac-
ceptabl e for fi l i ng or the date on whi ch
the most recentl y fi l ed maj or amend-
ment to that appl i cati on was recei ved,
whi chever i s l ater, excl udi ng maj or
amendments i n the fol l owi ng ci r-
cumstances:
(i ) The maj or amendment refl ects
onl y a change i n ownershi p or control
found by the Commi ssi on to be i n the
publ i c i nterest;
(i i ) The maj or amendment as re-
cei ved i s defecti ve or otherwi se found
unacceptabl e for fi l i ng; or
(i i i ) The appl i cati on bei ng amended
has been desi gnated for heari ng and the
Commi ssi on or the presi di ng offi cer ac-
cepts the maj or amendment.
(2) An ‘‘appl i cati on for i ni ti al author-
i zati on’’ i s:
(i ) Any appl i cati on requesti ng an au-
thori zati on for a new system or sta-
ti on;
(i i ) Any appl i cati on requesti ng au-
thori zati on for an exi sti ng stati on to
operate on an addi ti onal channel , un-
l ess the addi ti onal channel i s for pai red
two-way radi otel ephone operati on, i s
i n the same frequency range as the ex-
i sti ng channel (s), and wi l l be oper-
ati onal l y i ntegrated wi th the exi sti ng
channel (s) such as by trunki ng; or
(i i i ) any appl i cati on requesti ng au-
thori zati on for a new transmi tter at a
l ocati on more than 2 ki l ometers (1.2
mi l es) from any exi sti ng transmi tters
of the appl i cant l i censee on the re-
quested channel or channel bl ock.
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(3) An ‘‘appl i cati on for modi fi cati on’’
i s any appl i cati on other than an appl i -
cati on for i ni ti al authori zati on or re-
newal .
§90.166 Grants of applications.
Appl i cati ons for a commerci al mobi l e
radi o servi ce authori zati on under thi s
part may be granted thi rty (30) days
after the i ssuance date of a Pubi c No-
ti ce l i sti ng an appl i cati on or the l atest
fi l ed maj or amendment thereto as ac-
ceptabl e for fi l i ng.
(a) Criteria for grants. The Commi s-
si on grants appl i cati ons wi thout a
heari ng i f, after exami nati on of the ap-
pl i cati on and consi derati on of any peti -
ti ons or other pl eadi ngs and of such
other matters as i t may offi ci al l y no-
ti ce, the Commi ssi on fi nds that:
(1) A grant wi l l serve the publ i c i n-
terest, conveni ence, and necessi ty;
(2) There are no substanti al and ma-
teri al questi ons of fact presented;
(3) The appl i cant i s el i gi bl e and
qual i fi ed under appl i cabl e Commi ssi on
regul ati ons and pol i ci es;
(4) The appl i cati on i s acceptabl e for
fi l i ng, and compl i es wi th the Commi s-
si on rul es and other appl i cabl e requi re-
ments;
(5) The appl i cati on has not been des-
i gnated for a heari ng after bei ng se-
l ected i n a random sel ecti on process;
(6) There are no appl i cati ons enti tl ed
to comparati ve consi derati on wi th the
appl i cati on bei ng granted; and
(7) Operati on of the proposed stati on
woul d not cause i nterference to any au-
thori zed stati on(s).
(b) Grant of petitioned applications.
The Commi ssi on may grant, wi thout a
formal heari ng, appl i cati ons agai nst
whi ch peti ti ons to deny have been
fi l ed. I f any peti ti on(s) to deny are
pendi ng (i.e., have not been di smi ssed
pursuant to §90.161 or wi thdrawn by
the peti ti oner) when an appl i cati on i s
granted, the Commi ssi on shal l deny
the peti ti on(s) and i ssue a conci se
statement of the reason(s) for the de-
ni al , di sposi ng of al l substanti ve i ssues
rai sed i n the peti ti ons.
(c) Partial and conditional grants. The
Commi ssi on may grant appl i cati ons i n
part, and/or subj ect to condi ti ons other
than those normal l y appl i ed to author-
i zati ons of the same type. When the
Commi ssi on does thi s, i t wi l l i nform
the appl i cant of the reasons therefor.
Such parti al or condi ti onal grants are
fi nal unl ess the Commi ssi on revi ses i ts
acti on i n response to a peti ti on for re-
consi derati on. Such peti ti ons for re-
consi derati on must be fi l ed by the ap-
pl i cant wi thi n thi rty days after the
date of the l etter or order stati ng the
reasons for the parti al or condi ti onal
grant, and must rej ect the parti al or
condi ti onal grant and return the i n-
strument of authori zati on.
(d) Designation for hearing. The Com-
mi ssi on may desi gnate appl i cati ons for
a heari ng, speci fyi ng wi th parti cul ari ty
the matters i n i ssue, i f, after consi der-
ati on of the appl i cati on, any peti ti ons
or other pl eadi ngs, and other matters
whi ch i t may offi ci al l y noti ce, the
Commi ssi on i s unabl e to make one or
more of the fi ndi ngs l i sted i n para-
graph (a) of thi s secti on. The Commi s-
si on may grant, deny, or take other ac-
ti on wi th respect to appl i cati ons des-
i gnated for a heari ng.
§90.167 Time in which a station must
commence service.
(a) Unl ess otherwi se speci fi ed i n thi s
part, al l 220–222 MHz, pri vate carri er
pagi ng, I ndustri al /Busi ness Pool , and
SMR l i censees must commence servi ce
wi thi n twel ve (12) months from the
date of grant or the authori zati on can-
cel s automati cal l y and must be re-
turned to the Commi ssi on.
(b) F or purposes of thi s secti on, a
stati on l i censed to provi de commerci al
mobi l e radi o servi ce i s not consi dered
to have commenced servi ce unl ess i t
provi des servi ce to at l east one unaf-
fi l i ated party.
(c) Appl i cati on for extensi on of ti me
to commence servi ce may be made on
Commi ssi on F orm 600. Extensi ons of
ti me must be fi l ed pri or to the expi ra-
ti on of the constructi on peri od. Exten-
si ons wi l l be granted onl y i f the l i -
censee shows that the fai l ure to com-
mence servi ce i s due to causes beyond
hi s or her control . No extensi ons wi l l
be granted for del ays caused by l ack of
fi nanci ng, l ack of si te avai l abi l i ty, for
the assi gnment or transfer of control of
an authori zati on, or for fai l ure to ti me-
l y order equi pment. I f the l i censee or-
ders equi pment wi thi n 90 days of the l i -
cense grant, a presumpti on of due di l i -
gence i s created.
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(d) An appl i cati on for modi fi cati on of
an authori zati on (under constructi on)
at the exi sti ng l ocati on does not ex-
tend the i ni ti al constructi on peri od. I f
addi ti onal ti me to commence servi ce i s
requi red, a request for such addi ti onal
ti me must be submi tted on Commi s-
si on F orm 600, ei ther separatel y or i n
conj uncti on wi th the submi ssi on of the
Commi ssi on F orm 600 requesti ng modi -
fi cati on.
[59 F R 59959, Nov. 21, 1994, as amended at 62
F R 18925, Apr. 17, 1997]
§90.168 Equal employment opportuni-
ties.
Commerci al Mobi l e Radi o Servi ces l i -
censees shal l afford equal opportuni ty
i n empl oyment to al l qual i fi ed persons,
and personnel must not be di scri mi -
nated agai nst i n empl oyment because
of sex, race, col or, rel i gi on, or nati onal
ori gi n.
(a) Equal employment opportunity pro-
gram. Each l i censee shal l establ i sh,
mai ntai n, and carry out a posi ti ve con-
ti nui ng program of speci fi c practi ces
desi gned to assure equal opportuni ty i n
every aspect of empl oyment pol i cy and
practi ce.
(1) Under the terms of i ts program,
each l i censee shal l :
(i ) Defi ne the responsi bi l i ty of each
l evel of management to i nsure a posi -
ti ve appl i cati on and vi gorous enforce-
ment of the pol i cy of equal oppor-
tuni ty, and establ i sh a procedure to re-
vi ew and control manageri al and super-
vi sory performance.
(i i ) I nform i ts empl oyees and recog-
ni zed empl oyee organi zati ons of the
posi ti ve equal empl oyment oppor-
tuni ty pol i cy and program and enl i st
thei r cooperati on.
(i i i ) Communi cate i ts equal empl oy-
ment opportuni ty pol i cy and program
and i ts empl oyment needs to sources of
qual i fi ed appl i cants wi thout regard to
sex, race, col or, rel i gi on or nati onal or-
i gi n, and sol i ci t thei r recrui tment as-
si stance on a conti nui ng basi s.
(i v) Conduct a conti nui ng campai gn
to excl ude every form of prej udi ce or
di scri mi nati on based upon sex, race,
col or, rel i gi on, or nati onal ori gi n, from
the l i censee’s personnel pol i ci es and
practi ces and worki ng condi ti ons.
(v) Conduct a conti nui ng revi ew of
j ob structure and empl oyment prac-
ti ces and adopt posi ti ve recrui tment,
trai ni ng, j ob desi gn and other measures
needed i n order to i nsure genui ne
equal i ty of opportuni ty to parti ci pate
ful l y i n al l organi zati onal uni ts, occu-
pati ons and l evel s of responsi bi l i ty.
(2) The program must reasonabl y ad-
dress speci fi c concerns through pol i ci es
and acti ons as set forth i n thi s para-
graph, to the extent that they are ap-
propri ate i n consi derati on of l i censee
si ze, l ocati on and other factors.
(i ) To assure nondi scri mi nati on i n re-
crui ti ng.
(A) Posti ng noti ces i n the l i censee’s
offi ces i nformi ng appl i cants for em-
pl oyment of thei r equal empl oyment
ri ghts and thei r ri ght to noti fy the
Equal Empl oyment Opportuni ty Com-
mi ssi on (EEOC), the F ederal Commu-
ni cati ons Commi ssi on (Commi ssi on),
or other appropri ate agency. Where a
substanti al number of appl i cants are
Spani sh-surnamed Ameri cans, such no-
ti ce shoul d be posted i n both Spani sh
and Engl i sh.
(B) Pl aci ng a noti ce i n bol d type on
the empl oyment appl i cati on i nformi ng
prospecti ve empl oyees that di scri mi na-
ti on because of sex, race, col or, rel i -
gi on, or nati onal ori gi n i s prohi bi ted,
and that they may noti fy the EEOC,
the Commi ssi on, or other appropri ate
agency i f they bel i eve they have been
di scri mi nated agai nst.
(C) Pl aci ng empl oyment adverti se-
ments i n medi a whi ch have si gni fi cant
ci rcul ati on among mi nori ty groups i n
the recrui ti ng area.
(D) Recrui ti ng through school s and
col l eges wi th si gni fi cant mi nori ty
group enrol l ments.
(E) Mai ntai ni ng systemati c contacts
wi th mi nori ty and human rel ati ons or-
gani zati ons, l eaders and spokespersons
to encourage referral of qual i fi ed mi -
nori ty or femal e appl i cants.
(F ) Encouragi ng present empl oyees
to refer mi nori ty or femal e appl i cants.
(G) Maki ng known to the appropri ate
recrui tment sources i n the empl oyer’s
i mmedi ate area that qual i fi ed mi nori ty
members are bei ng sought for consi der-
ati on whenever the l i censee hi res.
(i i ) To assure nondi scri mi nati on i n
sel ecti on and hi ri ng.
(A) I nstructi ng empl oyees of the l i -
censee who make hi ri ng deci si ons that
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al l appl i cants for al l j obs are to be con-
si dered wi thout di scri mi nati on.
(B) Where uni on agreements exi st,
cooperati ng wi th the uni on or uni ons
i n the devel opment of programs to as-
sure qual i fi ed mi nori ty persons or fe-
mal es of equal opportuni ty for empl oy-
ment, and i ncl udi ng an effecti ve non-
di scri mi nati on cl ause i n new or renego-
ti ated uni on agreements.
(C) Avoi di ng use of sel ecti on tech-
ni ques or tests that have the effect of
di scri mi nati ng agai nst mi nori ty groups
or femal es.
(i i i ) To assure nondi scri mi natory
pl acement and promoti on.
(A) I nstructi ng empl oyees of the l i -
censee who make deci si ons on pl ace-
ment and promoti on that mi nori ty em-
pl oyees and femal es are to be consi d-
ered wi thout di scri mi nati on, and that
j ob areas i n whi ch there i s l i ttl e or no
mi nori ty or femal e representati on
shoul d be revi ewed to determi ne
whether thi s resul ts from di scri mi na-
ti on.
(B) Gi vi ng mi nori ty groups and fe-
mal e empl oyees equal opportuni ty for
posi ti ons whi ch l ead to hi gher posi -
ti ons. I nqui ri ng as to the i nterest and
ski l l s of al l l ower-pai d empl oyees wi th
respect to any of the hi gher-pai d posi -
ti ons, fol l owed by assi stance, counsel -
i ng, and effecti ve measures to enabl e
empl oyees wi th i nterest and potenti al
to qual i fy themsel ves for such posi -
ti ons.
(C) Revi ewi ng seni ori ty practi ces to
i nsure that such practi ces are non-
di scri mi natory and do not have a di s-
cri mi natory effect.
(D) Avoi di ng use of sel ecti on tech-
ni ques or tests that have the effect of
di scri mi nati ng agai nst mi nori ty groups
or femal es.
(i v) to assure nondi scri mi nati on i n
other areas of empl oyment practi ces.
(A) Exami ni ng rates of pay and fri nge
benefi ts for present empl oyees wi th
equi val ent duti es and adj usti ng any i n-
equi ti es found.
(B) Provi di ng opportuni ty to perform
overti me work on a basi s that does not
di scri mi nate agai nst qual i fi ed mi nor-
i ty groups or femal e empl oyees.
(b) EEO statement. Each l i censee hav-
i ng si xteen (16) or more ful l -ti me em-
pl oyees shal l fi l e wi th the Commi ssi on,
no l ater than May 31st fol l owi ng the
grant of that l i censee’s fi rst Commer-
ci al Mobi l e Radi o Servi ces authori za-
ti on, a statement descri bi ng ful l y i ts
current equal empl oyment opportuni ty
program, i ndi cati ng speci fi c practi ces
to be fol l owed i n order to assure equal
empl oyment opportuni ty on the basi s
of sex, race, col or, rel i gi on, or nati onal
ori gi n i n such aspects of empl oyment
practi ces as regards recrui tment, sel ec-
ti on, trai ni ng, pl acement, promoti on,
pay, worki ng condi ti ons, demoti on,
l ayoff, and termi nati on. Any l i censee
havi ng si xteen (16) or more ful l -ti me
empl oyees that changes i ts exi sti ng
equal empl oyment opportuni ty pro-
gram shal l fi l e wi th the Commi ssi on,
no l ater than May 31st thereafter, a re-
vi sed statement refl ecti ng the
change(s).
NOTE: Commerci al mobi l e radi o servi ce l i -
censees havi ng si xteen (16) or more ful l -ti me
empl oyees that do not have a current EEO
statement on fi l e wi th the Commi ssi on as of
J anuary 2, 1995, must fi l e the statement re-
qui red by thi s paragraph no l ater than May
31, 1995.
(c) Report of complaints filed against li-
censees. Each l i censee, regardl ess of
how many empl oyees i t has, shal l sub-
mi t an annual report to the Commi s-
si on no l ater than May 31st of each
year i ndi cati ng whether any com-
pl ai nts regardi ng vi ol ati ons by the l i -
censee or equal empl oyment provi si ons
of F ederal , State, Terri tori al , or l ocal
l aw have been fi l ed before anybody
havi ng competent j uri sdi cti on.
(1) The report shoul d state the par-
ti es i nvol ved, the date fi l i ng, the
courts or agenci es before whi ch the
matters have been heard, the appro-
pri ate fi l e number (i f any), and the re-
specti ve di sposi ti on or current status
of any such compl ai nts.
(2) Any l i censee who has fi l ed such
i nformati on wi th the EEOC may fi l e a
noti fi cati on of such fi l i ng wi th the
Commi ssi on i n l i eu of a report.
(d) Complaints of violations of Equal
Employment Programs. Compl ai nts al -
l egi ng empl oyment di scri mi nati on
agai nst a common carri er l i censee are
consi dered by the Commi ssi on i n the
fol l owi ng manner:
(1) I f a compl ai nt rai si ng an i ssue of
di scri mi nati on i s recei ved agai nst a l i -
censee who i s wi thi n the j uri sdi cti on of
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the EEOC, i t i s submi tted to that agen-
cy. The Commi ssi on mai ntai ns a l i ai -
son wi th that agency that keeps the
Commi ssi on i nformed of the di sposi -
ti on of compl ai nts fi l ed agai nst com-
mon carri er l i censees.
(2) Compl ai nts al l egi ng empl oyment
di scri mi nati on agai nst a common car-
ri er l i censee who does not fal l under
the j uri sdi cti on of the EEOC but i s cov-
ered by appropri ate enforceabl e State
l aw, to whi ch penal ti es appl y, may be
submi tted by the Commi ssi on to the
respecti ve State agency.
(3) Compl ai nts al l egi ng empl oyment
di scri mi nati on agai nst a common car-
ri er l i censee who does not fal l under
the j uri sdi cti on of the EEOC or an ap-
propri ate State l aw, are accorded ap-
propri ate treatment by the Commi s-
si on.
(4) The Commi ssi on wi l l consul t wi th
the EEOC on al l matters rel ati ng to
the eval uati on and determi nati on of
compl i ance by the common carri er l i -
censees wi th the pri nci pl es of equal
empl oyment as set forth herei n.
(5) Compl ai nts i ndi cati ng a general
pattern of di sregard of equal empl oy-
ment practi ces whi ch are recei ved
agai nst a l i censee that i s requi red to
fi l e an empl oyment report to the Com-
mi ssi on under §1.815(a) of thi s chapter
are i nvesti gated by the Commi ssi on.
(e) Commission records. A copy of
every annual empl oyment report, equal
empl oyment opportuni ty program
statement, reports on compl ai nts re-
gardi ng vi ol ati on of equal empl oyment
provi si ons of F ederal , State, Terri -
tori al , or l ocal l aw, and copi es of al l
exhi bi ts, l etters, and other documents
fi l ed as part thereof, al l amendments
thereto, al l correspondence between
the l i censee and the Commi ssi on per-
tai ni ng to the reports after they have
been fi l ed and al l documents i ncor-
porated therei n by reference, are open
for publ i c i nspecti on at the offi ces of
the Commi ssi on.
(f) L icensee records. Each l i censee re-
qui red to fi l e annual empl oyment re-
ports (pursuant to §1.815(a) of thi s
chapter), equal empl oyment oppor-
tuni ty program statements, and annual
reports on compl ai nts regardi ng vi ol a-
ti ons of equal empl oyment provi si ons
of F ederal , State, Terri tori al , or l ocal
l aw shal l mai ntai n for publ i c i nspec-
ti on a fi l e contai ni ng a copy of each
such report and copi es of al l exhi bi ts,
l etters, and other documents fi l ed as
part thereto, al l correspondence be-
tween the l i censee and the Commi ssi on
pertai ni ng to the reports after they
have been fi l ed and al l documents i n-
corporated therei n by reference. The
documents must be retai ned for a pe-
ri od of two (2) years.
§90.169 Construction prior to grant of
application.
Appl i cants may construct faci l i ti es
pri or to grant of thei r appl i cati ons,
subj ect to the provi si ons of thi s sec-
ti on, but must not operate such faci l i -
ti es unti l the Commi ssi on grants an
authori zati on. I f the condi ti ons stated
i n thi s secti on are not met, appl i cants
must not begi n to construct faci l i ti es.
(a) When applicants may begin con-
struction. An appl i cant may begi n con-
structi on of a faci l i ty thi rty-fi ve (35)
days after the date of the Publ i c Noti ce
l i sti ng the appl i cati on for that faci l i ty
as acceptabl e for fi l i ng.
(b) Notification to stop. I f the Commi s-
si on for any reason determi nes that
constructi on shoul d not be started or
shoul d be stopped whi l e an appl i cati on
i s pendi ng, and so noti fi es the appl i -
cant, oral l y (fol l owed by wri tten con-
fi rmati on) or i n wri ti ng, the appl i cant
must not begi n constructi on or, i f con-
structi on has begun, must stop con-
structi on i mmedi atel y.
(c) Assumption of risk. Appl i cants that
begi n constructi on pursuant to thi s
secti on before recei vi ng an authori za-
ti on do so at thei r own ri sk and have
no recourse agai nst the Uni ted States
for any l osses resul ti ng from:
(1) Appl i cati ons that are not granted;
(2) Errors or del ays i n i ssui ng Publ i c
Noti ces;
(3) Havi ng to al ter, rel ocate, or di s-
mantl e the faci l i ty; or
(4) I ncurri ng whatever costs may be
necessary to bri ng the faci l i ty i nto
compl i ance wi th appl i cabl e l aws, or
Commi ssi on rul es and orders.
(d) Conditions. Except as i ndi cated,
al l pre-grant constructi on i s subj ect to
the fol l owi ng condi ti ons:
(1) The appl i cati on i s not mutual l y
excl usi ve wi th any other appl i cati on;
(2) No peti ti ons to deny the appl i ca-
ti on have been fi l ed;
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(3) The appl i cati on does not i ncl ude a
request for a wai ver of one or more
Commi ssi on rul es;
(4) F or any constructi on or al ter-
ati on that woul d exceed the requi re-
ments of §17.7 of thi s chapter, the l i -
censee has noti fi ed the appropri ate Re-
gi onal Offi ce of the F ederal Avi ati on
Admi ni strati on (F AA F orm 7460–1),
fi l ed a request for antenna hei ght
cl earance and obstructi on marki ng and
l i ghti ng speci fi cati ons (F CC F orm 854)
wi th the Commi ssi on;
(5) The appl i cant has i ndi cated i n the
appl i cati on that the proposed faci l i ty
woul d not have a si gni fi cant envi ron-
mental effect, i n accordance wi th
§§1.1301 through 1.1319 of thi s chapter;
and,
(6) Under appl i cabl e i nternati onal
agreements and rul es i n thi s part, i ndi -
vi dual coordi nati on of the proposed
channel assi gnment(s) wi th a forei gn
admi ni strati on i s not requi red.
Subpart H—Policies Governing the
Assignment of Frequencies
§90.171 Scope.
Thi s subpart contai ns detai l ed i nfor-
mati on concerni ng the pol i ci es under
whi ch the Commi ssi on assi gns fre-
quenci es for the use of l i censees under
thi s part, frequency coordi nati on pro-
cedures, and procedures under whi ch l i -
censees may cooperati vel y share radi o
faci l i ti es.
§90.173 Policies governing the assign-
ment of frequencies.
(a) The frequenci es whi ch ordi nari l y
may be assi gned to stati ons i n the
servi ces governed by thi s part are l i st-
ed i n subparts B, C and F of thi s part.
F requenci es other than those l i sted i n
subparts B and C may be assi gned i n
the 150–174 MHz, 421–430 MHz, 450–470
MHz, and 470–512 MHz bands, provi ded
such appl i cati ons are accompani ed by a
showi ng of frequency coordi nati on i n
accordance wi th the requi rements of
§90.175. Except as otherwi se speci fi -
cal l y provi ded i n thi s part, frequenci es
assi gned to l and mobi l e stati ons are
avai l abl e on a shared basi s onl y and
wi l l not be assi gned for the excl usi ve
use of any l i censee.
(b) Al l appl i cants and l i censees shal l
cooperate i n the sel ecti on and use of
frequenci es i n order to reduce i nter-
ference and make the most effecti ve
use of the authori zed faci l i ti es. L i cens-
ees of stati ons sufferi ng or causi ng
harmful i nterference are expected to
cooperate and resol ve thi s probl em by
mutual l y sati sfactory arrangements. I f
the l i censees are unabl e to do so, the
Commi ssi on may i mpose restri cti ons
i ncl udi ng speci fyi ng the transmi tter
power, antenna hei ght, or area or hours
of operati on of the stati ons concerned.
F urther the use of any frequency at a
gi ven geographi cal l ocati on may be de-
ni ed when, i n the j udgment of the Com-
mi ssi on, i ts use i n that l ocati on i s not
i n the publ i c i nterest; the use of any
frequency may be restri cted as to spec-
i fi ed geographi cal areas, maxi mum
power, or such other operati ng condi -
ti ons, contai ned i n thi s part or i n the
stati on authori zati on.
(c) F requenci es al l ocated for F ederal
Government radi o stati ons under Exec-
uti ve order of the Presi dent may be au-
thori zed for the use of stati ons i n these
servi ces upon appropri ate showi ng by
the appl i cant that such assi gnment i s
necessary for i nter-communi cati on
wi th government stati ons or requi red
for coordi nati on wi th acti vi ti es of the
F ederal Government, and where the
Commi ssi on fi nds, after consul tati on
wi th the appropri ate government agen-
cy or agenci es, that such assi gnment i s
necessary.
(d) The radi o faci l i ti es authori zed
under thi s part are i ntended for use i n
connecti on wi th and as an adj unct to
the pri mary governmental or busi ness
acti vi ti es of the l i censee.
(e) Persons requesti ng authori ty to
operate i n the band 25–50 MHz shoul d
recogni ze that thi s band i s shared wi th
vari ous servi ces i n other countri es and
that harmful i nterference may be
caused by the propagati on of si gnal s i n
thi s band from di stant stati ons. No
protecti on from such harmful i nter-
ference general l y can be expected.
(f) Appl i cati ons for stati ons i n the
150–174 MHz and 421–512 MHz bands for
operati on on frequenci es 15 kHz or l ess
removed from exi sti ng stati ons i n the
same geographi c area wi l l be granted
based upon a recommendati on from the
appl i cabl e frequency coordi nator as
speci fi ed i n §§90.20(c)(2) and 90.35(b)(2).
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(g) I n the states of Al aska and Ha-
wai i , and i n areas outsi de the conti nen-
tal l i mi ts of the Uni ted States and the
adj acent waters, the frequenci es above
150.8 MHz whi ch are l i sted el sewhere i n
thi s part as avai l abl e for assi gnment to
base stati ons or mobi l e stati ons i n the
I ndustri al /Busi ness Pool are al so avai l -
abl e for assi gnment to operati onal
fi xed stati ons i n the I ndustri al /Busi -
ness Pool on a secondary basi s.
(h) I n the Publ i c Safety Pool , base
stati ons may be authori zed to operate
on a secondary basi s on frequenci es
bel ow 450 MHz whi ch are avai l abl e to
mobi l e stati ons.
(i ) I n the 450–470 MHz band, the fre-
quenci es are ordi nari l y assi gned i n
pai rs, wi th the mobi l e stati on transmi t
frequency 5 MHz above the pai red base
stati on transmi t frequency. I n the 470–
512 MHz band, the frequenci es are ordi -
nari l y assi gned i n pai rs wi th the mo-
bi l e stati on transmi t frequency 3 MHz
above the pai red base stati on transmi t
frequency. I n the I ndustri al /Busi ness
Pool , i n the 150 MHz band, the fre-
quenci es subj ect to §90.35(c)(6) may be
assi gned i n pai rs wi th the separati on
between base and mobi l e frequenci es
bei ng 5.26 MHz. A mobi l e stati on may
be assi gned the frequency whi ch woul d
normal l y be assi gned to a base stati on
for si ngl e-frequency operati on. How-
ever, thi s si ngl e-frequency operati on
may be subj ect to i nterference that
woul d not occur to a two-frequency
system.
(j ) [Reserved]
(k) Thi s paragraph i s onl y appl i cabl e
to enti ti es wi th F i nder’s Preference re-
quests pendi ng before the Commi ssi on
as of J ul y 29, 1998. Notwi thstandi ng
any other provi si ons of thi s part, any
el i gi bl e person shal l be gi ven a di sposi -
ti ve preference for a channel assi gn-
ment on an excl usi ve basi s i n the 220–
222 MHz, 470–512 MHz, and 800/900 MHz
(except on frequenci es desi gnated ex-
cl usi vel y for SMR servi ce) bands by
submi tti ng i nformati on that l eads to
the recovery of channel s i n these
bands. Recovery of such channel s must
resul t from i nformati on provi ded re-
gardi ng the fai l ure of exi sti ng l i censees
to compl y wi th the provi si ons of
§§90.155, 90.157, 90.629, 90.631 (e) or (f), or
90.633 (c) or (d).
(l ) I n the 150–174 MHz band, except
where otherwi se speci fi cal l y provi ded,
authori zati ons for frequenci es that
were avai l abl e pri or to August 18, 1995
wi l l be granted wi th channel
bandwi dths of 25 kHz or l ess. Author-
i zati ons for al l other frequenci es i n
thi s band wi l l be granted wi th channel
bandwi dths of 12.5 kHz or l ess (i.e., i n
the Publ i c Safety Pool , frequenci es
subj ect to §§90.20 (d)(27) and (d)(44), and
i n the I ndustri al /Busi ness Pool , fre-
quenci es subj ect to §§90.35 (c)(30) and
(c)(33)).
(m) I n the 421–512 MHz band, except
where otherwi se speci fi cal l y provi ded,
authori zati ons for frequenci es that
were avai l abl e pri or to August 18, 1995
wi l l be granted wi th channel
bandwi dths of 25 kHz or l ess. New au-
thori zati ons for frequenci es 12.5 kHz re-
moved from these frequenci es wi l l be
made for channel bandwi dths of 12.5
kHz or l ess (i.e., i n the Publ i c Safety
Pool , frequenci es subj ect to
§90.20(d)(27) and i n the I ndustri al /Busi -
ness Pool , frequenci es subj ect to
§90.35(c)(30)). Authori zati ons for fre-
quenci es 6.25 kHz removed from these
frequenci es wi l l be granted wi th chan-
nel bandwi dths of 6.25 kHz or l ess (i.e.,
i n the Publ i c Safety Pool , frequenci es
subj ect to §90.20(d)(44), and i n the I n-
dustri al /Busi ness Pool , frequenci es sub-
j ect to §90.35(c)(33)).
(n) Any recovered channel s i n the 800
MHz SMR servi ce wi l l revert automati -
cal l y to the hol der of the EA l i cense
wi thi n whi ch such channel s are i n-
cl uded. I f there i s no EA l i censee for re-
covered channel s, such channel s wi l l be
retai ned by the Commi ssi on for future
l i censi ng.
(Secs. 4, 303, 307, 48 Stat., as amended, 1066,
1082, 1083; 47 U.S.C. 154, 303, 307)
[43 F R 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, as amended at 45
F R 43419, J une 27, 1980; 46 F R 55704, Nov. 12,
1981; 50 F R 13605, Apr. 5, 1985; 54 F R 39739,
Sept. 28, 1989; 56 F R 65859, Dec. 19, 1991; 57 F R
24992, J une 12, 1992; 58 F R 51252, Oct. 1, 1993;
60 F R 37261, J ul y 19, 1995; 60 F R 48917, Sept.
21, 1995; 61 F R 6155, F eb. 16, 1996; 62 F R 2038,
J an. 15, 1997; 62 F R 18925, Apr. 17, 1997; 63 F R
44585, Aug. 20, 1998]
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§90.175 Frequency coordination re-
quirements.
Except for appl i cati ons l i sted i n
paragraph (f) of thi s secti on, each ap-
pl i cati on for a new frequency assi gn-
ment, for a change i n exi sti ng faci l i ti es
as l i sted i n §90.135(a), or for operati on
at temporary l ocati ons i n accordance
wi th §90.137, must i ncl ude a showi ng of
frequency coordi nati on as set forth
bel ow. An appl i cati on to rei nstate a l i -
cense expi red for more than thi rty (30)
days wi l l be consi dered as a request for
a new frequency assi gnment.
(a) F requency coordi nators may re-
quest, and appl i cants are requi red to
provi de, al l appropri ate techni cal i n-
formati on, system requi rements, and
j usti fi cati on for requested stati on pa-
rameters when such i nformati on i s nec-
essary to i denti fy and recommend the
most appropri ate frequency. Addi ti on-
al l y, appl i cants bear the burden of pro-
ceedi ng and the burden of proof i n re-
questi ng the Commi ssi on to overturn a
coordi nator’s recommendati on.
(b) For frequencies between 25 and 470
MHz: A statement i s requi red from the
appl i cabl e frequency coordi nator as
speci fi ed i n §§90.20(c)(2) and 90.35(b)(2)
recommendi ng the most appropri ate
frequency. The coordi nator’s rec-
ommendati on may i ncl ude comments
on techni cal factors such as power, an-
tenna hei ght and gai n, terrai n, and
other factors whi ch may serve to mi ni -
mi ze potenti al i nterference.
(c) For frequencies above 800 MHz:
When frequenci es are shared by more
than one servi ce, concurrence must be
obtai ned from the other appl i cabl e cer-
ti fi ed coordi nators.
(d) For frequencies in the 450–470 MHz
band: When used for secondary fi xed
operati ons, frequenci es shal l be as-
si gned and coordi nated pursuant to
§90.261.
(e) For frequencies between 470 and 512
MHz, 806–824/851–869 MHz, and 896–901/
935–940 MHz: A statement i s requi red
from the appl i cabl e coordi nator rec-
ommendi ng speci fi c frequenci es that
are avai l abl e for assi gnment i n accord-
ance wi th the l oadi ng standards and
mi l eage separati ons appl i cabl e to the
speci fi c radi o serve, frequency pool , or
category of user i nvol ved.
(f) F or frequenci es i n the 929–930 MHz
band. A statement from the coordi na-
tor recommendi ng the most appro-
pri ate frequency. F or appl i cati ons
under §90.495, the coordi nator’s state-
ment must veri fy that the proposed
system meets the requi rements of that
secti on.
(g) Any recommendati on submi tted
i n accordance wi th paragraphs (a), (c),
(d), or (e) of thi s secti on i s advi sory i n
character and i s not an assurance that
the Commi ssi on wi l l grant a l i cense for
operati on on that frequency. Therefore,
appl i cants are strongl y advi sed not to
purchase radi o equi pment operati ng on
speci fi c frequenci es unti l a val i d au-
thori zati on has been obtai ned from the
Commi ssi on.
(h) Appl i cati ons for faci l i ti es near
the Canadi an border north of l i ne A or
east of l i ne C i n Al aska may requi re co-
ordi nati on wi th the Canadi an govern-
ment. See §1.955 of thi s chapter.
(i ) The fol l owi ng appl i cati ons need
not be accompani ed by evi dence of fre-
quency coordi nati on:
(1) Appl i cati ons for frequenci es bel ow
25 MHz.
(2) Appl i cati ons for a F ederal Govern-
ment frequency.
(3) Appl i cati ons for frequenci es i n the
72–76 MHz band except for mobi l e fre-
quenci es subj ect to §90.35(c)(77).
(4) Appl i cati ons for a frequency to be
used for devel opmental purposes.
(5) Appl i cati ons i n the I ndustri al /
Busi ness Pool requesti ng a frequency
desi gnated for i ti nerant operati on
onl y.
(6) Appl i cati ons i n the Radi ol ocati on
Servi ce.
(7) [Reserved]
(8) Appl i cati ons for frequenci es l i sted
i n the SMR tabl es contai ned i n §§90.617
and 90.619.
(9) Appl i cati ons i ndi cati ng l i cense as-
si gnments such as change i n owner-
shi p, control or corporate structure i f
there i s no change i n techni cal param-
eters.
(10) Appl i cati ons for mobi l e stati ons
operati ng i n the 470–512 MHz band or
above 800 MHz i f the frequency pai r i s
assi gned to a si ngl e system on an ex-
cl usi ve basi s i n the proposed area of op-
erati on.
(11) Appl i cati ons for add-on base sta-
ti ons i n mul ti pl e l i censed systems op-
erati ng i n the 470–512 MHz band or
above 800 MHz i f the frequency pai r i s
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assi gned to a si ngl e system on an ex-
cl usi ve basi s.
(12) Appl i cati ons for control stati ons
operati ng bel ow 470 or above 800 MHz
and meeti ng the requi rements of
§90.119(a)(2)(i i ).
(13) Appl i cati ons for frequenci es i n
the 216–220 and 1427–1435 MHz bands.
(14) Appl i cati ons for frequenci es i n
the 220–222 MHz band.
[51 F R 14998, Apr. 22, 1986, as amended at 51
F R 36014, Oct. 8, 1986; 53 F R 1024, J an. 15, 1988;
54 F R 4030, J an. 27, 1989; 54 F R 39740, Sept. 28,
1989; 56 F R 19602, Apr. 29, 1991; 56 F R 65859,
Dec. 19, 1991; 57 F R 48739, Oct. 28, 1992; 57 F R
60135, Dec. 18, 1992; 58 F R 62291, Nov. 26, 1993;
60 F R 37261, J ul y 19, 1995; 62 F R 18925, Apr. 17,
1997; 63 F R 44586, Aug. 20, 1998]
§90.176 Coordinator notification re-
quirements on frequencies below
512 MHz.
(a) Frequencies below 470 MHz. Wi thi n
one busi ness day of maki ng a frequency
recommendati on, each frequency coor-
di nator must noti fy and provi de the i n-
formati on i ndi cated i n paragraph (e) of
thi s secti on to al l other frequency co-
ordi nators who are al so certi fi ed to co-
ordi nate that frequency.
(1) The appl i cabl e frequency coordi -
nator for each frequency i s speci fi ed i n
the coordi nator col umn of the fre-
quency tabl es of §§90.20(c)(3) and
90.35(b)(3).
(2) F or frequenci es that do not speci -
fy any frequency coordi nator, al l cer-
ti fi ed i n-pool coordi nators must be no-
ti fi ed.
(3) F or frequenci es that are shared
between the Publ i c Safety Pool and the
I ndustri al /Busi ness Pool (frequenci es
subj ect to §§90.20(d)(7), (d)(25), (d)(34),
or (d)(46) i n the Publ i c Safety Pool , and
subj ect to §§90.35(c)(13), (c)(25), or (d)(4)
i n the I ndustri al /Busi ness Pool ), al l
certi fi ed coordi nators of both pool s
must be noti fi ed.
(b) Frequencies in the 470–512 MHz
band. Wi thi n one busi ness day of mak-
i ng a frequency recommendati on, each
frequency coordi nator must noti fy and
provi de the i nformati on i ndi cated i n
paragraph (e) of thi s secti on to al l
other certi fi ed frequency coordi nators
i n the Publ i c Safety Pool and the I n-
dustri al /Busi ness Pool .
(c) Each frequency coordi nator must
al so noti fy al l other certi fi ed i n-pool
coordi nators on any day that the fre-
quency coordi nator does not make any
frequency recommendati ons.
(d) Noti fi cati on must be made to al l
coordi nators at approxi matel y the
same ti me and can be made usi ng any
method that ensures compl i ance wi th
the one busi ness day requi rement.
(e) At a mi ni mum the fol l owi ng i n-
formati on must be i ncl uded i n each no-
ti fi cati on:
(1) Name of appl i cant;
(2) F requency or frequenci es rec-
ommended;
(3) Antenna l ocati ons and hei ghts;
(4) Effecti ve radi ated power (ERP);
(5) Type(s) of emi ssi ons;
(6) Descri pti on of the servi ce area;
and
(7) Date and ti me of recommenda-
ti on.
(f) Upon request, each coordi nator
must provi de any addi ti onal i nforma-
ti on requested from another certi fi ed
coordi nator regardi ng a pendi ng rec-
ommendati on that i t has processed but
has not yet been granted by the Com-
mi ssi on.
(g) I t i s the responsi bi l i ty of each co-
ordi nator to i nsure that i ts frequency
recommendati ons do not confl i ct wi th
the frequency recommendati ons of any
other frequency coordi nator. Shoul d a
confl i ct ari se, the affected coordi nators
are j oi ntl y responsi bl e for taki ng ac-
ti on to resol ve the confl i ct, up to and
i ncl udi ng noti fyi ng the Commi ssi on
that an appl i cati on may have to be re-
turned.
[62 F R 18926, Apr. 17, 1997]
§90.177 Protection of certain radio re-
ceiving locations.
Thi s secti on pertai ns to appl i cati ons
for new or modi fi ed authori zati ons i n
the vi ci ni ty of the Nati onal Radi o As-
tronomy Observatory, Green Bank, Po-
cahontas County, WV; the Naval Radi o
Research Observatory, Sugar Grove,
Pendl eton County, WV; the Areci bo Ob-
servatory, whi ch i s part of the Na-
ti onal Astronomy and I onosphere Cen-
ter, l ocated near Areci bo, PR; the
Tabl e Mountai n Radi o Recei vi ng Zone,
Boul der County, CO.; the F ederal Com-
muni cati ons Commi ssi on moni tori ng
stati ons; and other protected si tes.
(a) Any appl i cant for a new perma-
nent base or fi xed stati on, or for a
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modi fi cati on of an exi sti ng authori za-
ti on whi ch woul d change the fre-
quency, power, antenna hei ght, di rec-
ti vi ty, or l ocati on wi thi n the bound-
ari es descri bed i n paragraph (b) of thi s
secti on shal l noti fy the Di rector, Na-
ti onal Radi o Astronomy Observatory,
P.O. Box 2, Green Bank, WV 24944, i n
wri ti ng, of the techni cal parameters of
the proposal .
(1) The noti fi cati on shal l be made
pri or to, or si mul taneousl y wi th the
fi l i ng of the appl i cati on wi th the Com-
mi ssi on.
(2) The noti fi cati on shal l state the
geographi cal coordi nates of the an-
tenna, antenna hei ght, antenna di rec-
ti vi ty, proposed frequency, type of
emi ssi on, and effecti ve radi ated power.
(3) After recei pt of such appl i cati ons,
the Commi ssi on wi l l al l ow a peri od of
20 days for comments or obj ecti ons i n
response to the noti fi cati ons i ndi cated.
I f an obj ecti on to the proposed oper-
ati on i s recei ved duri ng the 20-day pe-
ri od from the Nati onal Radi o Astron-
omy Observatory for i tsel f or on behal f
of the Naval Radi o Research Observ-
atory, the Commi ssi on wi l l consi der al l
aspects of the probl em and take what-
ever acti on i s deemed appropri ate.
(4) The provi si ons of thi s paragraph
do not appl y to appl i cati ons for mobi l e,
temporary base, or temporary fi xed
stati ons.
(b) The area of concern for the Na-
ti onal Radi o Astronomy Observatory
or the Naval Radi o Research Observ-
atory i s the area bounded by 39°15′ N.
on the north, 78°30′ W. on the east,
37°30′ N. on the south, and 80°30′ W. on
the west.
(c) Protecti on for Tabl e Mountai n
Radi o Recei vi ng Zone, Boul der County,
Col orado. Appl i cants for a stati on au-
thori zati on to operate i n the vi ci ni ty
of Boul der County, Col orado under thi s
part are advi sed to gi ve due consi der-
ati on, pri or to fi l i ng appl i cati ons, to
the need to protect the Tabl e Mountai n
Radi o Recei vi ng Zone from harmful i n-
terference. These are the research l ab-
oratori es of the Department of Com-
merce, Boul der County, CO. To prevent
degradati on of the present ambi ent
radi o si gnal l evel at the si te, the De-
partment of Commerce seeks to ensure
that the fi el d strengths of any radi ated
si gnal s (excl udi ng refl ected si gnal s) re-
cei ved on thi s 1800 acre si te (i n the vi -
ci ni ty of coordi nates 40°07′50′′ N L ati -
tude, 105° 14′40′′ W L ongi tude) resul ti ng
from new assi gnments (other than mo-
bi l e stati ons) or from the modi fi cati on
or rel ocati on of exi sti ng faci l i ti es do
not exceed the fol l owi ng val ues:
Frequency range
Field
strength
(millivolt per
meter) in
authorized
bandwidth
of service
Power flux
density
1
(dBW per
square
meter) in
authorized
bandwidth
of service
Below 540 kHz ........................... 10 65.8
540 to 1600 kHz ........................ 20 59.8
1.6 to 470 MHz .......................... 10 65.8
470 to 890 MHz ......................... 30 56.2
Above 890 MHz ......................... 1 85.8
1
Equivalent values of power flux density are calculated as-
suming free space characteristic impedance of 376.7=120π
ohms.
(1) Advance consul tati on i s rec-
ommended parti cul arl y for those appl i -
cants who have no rel i abl e data whi ch
i ndi cates whether the fi el d strength or
power fl ux densi ty fi gures i n the above
tabl e woul d be exceeded by thei r pro-
posed radi o faci l i ti es (except mobi l e
stati ons). I n such i nstances, the fol l ow-
i ng i s a suggested gui de for determi n-
i ng whether coordi nati on i s rec-
ommended:
(i ) Al l stati ons wi thi n 2.4 km (1.5
statute mi l es);
(i i ) Stati ons wi thi n 4.8 km (3 statute
mi l es) wi th 50 watts or more effecti ve
radi ated power (ERP) i n the pri mary
pl ane of pol ari zati on i n the azi muthal
di recti on of the Tabl e Mountai n Radi o
Recei vi ng Zone;
(i i i ) Stati ons wi thi n 16 km (10 statute
mi l es) wi th 1 kW or more ERP i n the
pri mary pl ane of pol ari zati on i n the az-
i muthal di recti on of the Tabl e Moun-
tai n Recei vi ng Zone;
(i v) Stati ons wi thi n 80 km (50 statute
mi l es) wi th 25 kW or more ERP i n the
pri mary pl ane of pol ari zati on i n the az-
i muthal di recti on of the Tabl e Moun-
tai n Recei vi ng Zone.
(2) Appl i cants concerned are urged to
communi cate wi th the Radi o F re-
quency Management Coordi nator, De-
partment of Commerce, Research Sup-
port Servi ces, NOAA R/E5X2, Boul der
L aboratori es, Boul der, CO 80303; tel e-
phone (303) 497–6548, i n advance of fi l i ng
thei r appl i cati ons wi th the Commi s-
si on.
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(3) The Commi ssi on wi l l not screen
appl i cati ons to determi ne whether ad-
vance consul tati on has taken pl ace.
However, appl i cants are advi sed that
such consul tati on can avoi d obj ecti ons
from the Department of Commerce or
proceedi ngs to modi fy any authori za-
ti on whi ch may be granted whi ch, i n
fact, del i vers a si gnal at the si te i n ex-
cess of the fi el d strength speci fi ed
herei n.
(d) Protecti on for F ederal Commu-
ni cati ons Commi ssi on moni tori ng sta-
ti ons:
(1) Appl i cants i n the vi ci ni ty of an
F CC moni tori ng stati on for a radi o sta-
ti on authori zati on to operate new
transmi tti ng faci l i ti es or changed
transmi tti ng faci l i ti es whi ch woul d i n-
crease the fi el d strength produced over
the moni tori ng stati on over that pre-
vi ousl y authori zed are advi sed to gi ve
consi derati on, pri or to fi l i ng appl i ca-
ti ons, to the possi bl e need to protect
the F CC stati ons from harmful i nter-
ference. Geographi cal coordi nates of
the faci l i ti es whi ch requi re protecti on
are l i sted i n §0.121(c) of the Commi s-
si on’s Rul es. Appl i cati ons for stati ons
(except mobi l e stati ons) whi ch wi l l
produce on any frequency a di rect wave
fundamental fi el d strength of greater
than 10 mV/m i n the authori zed band-
wi dth of servi ce (¥65.8 dBW/m
2
power
fl ux densi ty assumi ng a free space
characteri sti c i mpedance of 120 ti mes
pi , or 377, ohms) at the referenced co-
ordi nates, may be exami ned to deter-
mi ne extent of possi bl e i nterference.
Dependi ng on the theoreti cal fi el d
strength val ue and exi sti ng root-sum-
square or other ambi ent radi o fi el d si g-
nal l evel s at the i ndi cated coordi nates,
a cl ause protecti ng the moni tori ng sta-
ti on may be added to the stati on au-
thori zati on.
(2) I n the event that cal cul ated val ue
of expected fi el d exceeds 10 mV/m
(¥65.8 dBW/m
2
) at the reference coordi -
nates, or i f there i s any questi on
whether fi el d strength l evel s mi ght ex-
ceed the threshol d val ue, advance con-
sul tati on wi th the F CC to di scuss any
protecti on necessary shoul d be consi d-
ered. Prospecti ve appl i cants may com-
muni cate wi th: Chi ef, Compl i ance and
I nformati on Bureau, F ederal Commu-
ni cati ons Commi ssi on, Washi ngton, DC
20554, Tel ephone (202) 632–6980.
(3) Advance consul tati on i s suggested
parti cul arl y for those appl i cants who
have no rel i abl e data whi ch i ndi cates
whether the fi el d strength or power
fl ux densi ty fi gure i ndi cated woul d be
exceeded by thei r proposed radi o faci l i -
ti es (except mobi l e stati ons). I n such
i nstances, the fol l owi ng i s a suggested
gui de for determi ni ng whether an ap-
pl i cant shoul d coordi nate:
(i ) Al l stati ons wi thi n 2.4 ki l ometers
(1.5 statute mi l es);
(i i ) Stati ons wi thi n 4.8 ki l ometers (3
statute mi l es) wi th 50 watts or more
average effecti ve radi ated power (ERP)
i n the pri mary pl ane of pol ari zati on i n
the azi muthal di recti on of the Moni tor-
i ng Stati ons;
(i i i ) Stati ons wi thi n 16 ki l ometers (10
statute mi l es) wi th 1 kW or more aver-
age ERP i n the pri mary pl ane of pol ar-
i zati on i n the azi muthal di recti on of
the Moni tori ng Stati on;
(i v) Stati ons wi thi n 80 ki l ometers (50
statute mi l es) wi th 25 kW or more av-
erage ERP i n the pri mary pl ane of po-
l ari zati on i n the azi muthal di recti on of
the Moni tori ng Stati on.
(4) Advance coordi nati on for stati ons
operati ng above 1000 MHz i s rec-
ommended onl y where the proposed
stati on i s i n the vi ci ni ty of a moni tor-
i ng stati on desi gnated as a satel l i te
moni tori ng faci l i ty i n §0.121(c) of the
Commi ssi on’s Rul es and al so meets the
cri teri a outl i ned i n paragraphs (d)(2)
and (3) of thi s secti on.
(5) The Commi ssi on wi l l not screen
appl i cati ons to determi ne whether ad-
vance consul tati on has taken pl ace.
However, appl i cants are advi sed that
such consul tati on can avoi d obj ecti ons
from the F ederal Communi cati ons
Commi ssi on or modi fi cati on of any au-
thori zati on whi ch wi l l cause harmful
i nterference.
(e) I n the band 420 to 450 MHz, appl i -
cants shoul d not expect to be accom-
modated i f thei r area of servi ce i s wi th-
i n 160 ki l ometers (100 mi l es) of the fol -
l owi ng l ocati ons:
(1) 45°45′′ N., 70°32′ W,
(2) 64°17′ N., 149°10′ W,
(3) 48°43′ N., 97°54′ W;
wi thi n 200 ki l ometers (124 mi l es) of the
fol l owi ng l ocati ons:
(1) 32°38′ N., 83°35′ W,
(2) 31°25′ N., 100°24′ W;
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wi thi n 240 ki l ometers (150 mi l es) of the
fol l owi ng l ocati on:
(1) 39°08′ N., 121°26′ W;
wi thi n 320 ki l ometers (200 mi l es) of the
fol l owi ng l ocati ons:
(1) 28°21′ N., 80°43′ W,
(2) 30°30′ N., 86°30′ W,
(3) 43°09′ N., 119°11′ W;
or i n the fol l owi ng l ocati ons:
(1) The state of Ari zona,
(2) The state of F l ori da,
(3) Porti ons of Cal i forni a and Nevada south
of 37°10′ N,
(4) And porti ons of Texas and New Mexi co
bounded by 31°45′ N., 34°30′ N., 104°00′ W. and
107°30′ W.
(f) L i censees pl anni ng to construct
and operate a new stati on at a perma-
nent fi xed l ocati on on the i sl ands of
Puerto Ri co, Desecheo, Mona, Vi eques
or Cul ebra i n servi ces i n whi ch i ndi vi d-
ual stati on l i censes are i ssued by the
F CC; pl anni ng to construct and operate
a new stati on at a permanent fi xed l o-
cati on on these i sl ands that may cause
i nterference to the operati ons of the
Areci bo Observatory i n servi ces i n
whi ch i ndi vi dual stati on l i censes are
not i ssued by the F CC; or pl anni ng a
modi fi cati on of any exi sti ng stati on at
a permanent fi xed l ocati on on these i s-
l ands that woul d i ncrease the l i kel i -
hood of causi ng i nterference to the op-
erati ons of the Areci bo Observatory
must noti fy the I nterference Offi ce,
Areci bo Observatory, Post Offi ce Box
995, Areci bo, Puerto Ri co 00613, i n wri t-
i ng or el ectroni cal l y (e-mai l address:
prcz@nai c.edu), of the techni cal param-
eters of the pl anned operati on. Carri ers
may wi sh to use the i nterference gui de-
l i nes provi ded by Cornel l Uni versi ty as
gui dance i n desi gni ng faci l i ti es to
avoi d i nterference to the Observatory.
The noti fi cati on must i ncl ude i denti -
fi cati on of the geographi cal coordi -
nates of the antenna l ocati on (NAD–83
datum), the antenna hei ght, antenna
di recti vi ty (i f any), proposed channel
and F CC Rul e Part, type of emi ssi on,
and effecti ve i sotropi c radi ated power.
(1) I n servi ces i n whi ch i ndi vi dual
stati on l i censes are i ssued by the F CC,
the noti fi cati on requi red i n paragraph
(f) of thi s secti on shoul d be sent at the
same ti me the appl i cati on i s fi l ed wi th
the F CC, and at l east 20 days i n ad-
vance of the appl i cant’s pl anned oper-
ati on. The appl i cati on must state the
date that noti fi cati on i n accordance
wi th paragraph (f) was made. I n serv-
i ces i n whi ch i ndi vi dual stati on l i -
censes are not i ssued by the F CC, the
noti fi cati on requi red i n paragraph (f)
of thi s secti on shoul d be sent at l east
45 days i n advance of the appl i cant’s
pl anned operati on. I n the l atter serv-
i ces, the I nterference Offi ce must i n-
form the F CC of a noti fi cati on wi thi n
20 days i f the Offi ce pl ans to fi l e com-
ments or obj ecti ons to the noti fi cati on.
(2) After the F CC recei ves an appl i ca-
ti on from a servi ce appl i cant or i s i n-
formed by the I nterference Offi ce of a
noti fi cati on from a servi ce appl i cant,
the F CC wi l l al l ow the I nterference Of-
fi ce a peri od of 20 days for comments or
obj ecti ons i n response to the appl i ca-
ti on or noti fi cati on. The appl i cant wi l l
be requi red to make reasonabl e efforts
i n order to resol ve or mi ti gate any po-
tenti al i nterference probl em wi th the
Areci bo Observatory and to fi l e ei ther
an amendment to the appl i cati on or a
modi fi cati on appl i cati on, i f appro-
pri ate. I f the F CC determi nes that an
appl i cant has sati sfi ed i ts responsi bi l -
i ty to make reasonabl e efforts to pro-
tect the Observatory from i nterference,
i ts appl i cati on may be granted.
(3) The provi si ons of thi s paragraph
do not appl y to operati ons that trans-
mi t on frequenci es above 15 GHz.
(Secs. 4, 303, 307, 48 Stat., as amended, 1066,
1082, 1083; 47 U.S.C. 154, 303, 307)
[43 F R 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, as amended at 44
F R 77167, Dec. 31, 1979; 47 F R 34420, Aug. 9,
1982; 49 F R 32770, Aug. 16, 1984; 50 F R 39003,
Sept. 25, 1985; 54 F R 38680, Sept. 20, 1989; 54
F R 39740, Sept. 28, 1989; 61 F R 8478, Mar. 5,
1996; 62 F R 55534, Oct. 27, 1997; 63 F R 41204,
Aug. 3, 1998]
§90.179 Shared use of radio stations.
L i censees of radi o stati ons author-
i zed under thi s rul e part may share the
use of thei r faci l i ti es. A stati on i s
shared when persons not l i censed for
the stati on control the stati on for
thei r own purposes pursuant to the l i -
censee’s authori zati on. Shared use of a
radi o stati on may be ei ther on a non-
profi t cost shared basi s or on a for-
profi t pri vate carri er basi s. Shared use
of an authori zed stati on i s subj ect to
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47 CFR Ch. I (10–1–98 Edition) §90.185
the fol l owi ng condi ti ons and l i mi ta-
ti ons:
(a) Persons may share a radi o stati on
onl y on frequenci es for whi ch they
woul d be el i gi bl e for a separate author-
i zati on.
(b) The l i censee of the shared radi o
stati on i s responsi bl e for assuri ng that
the authori zed faci l i ty i s used onl y by
persons and onl y for purposes consi st-
ent wi th the requi rements of thi s rul e
part.
(c) Parti ci pants i n the shari ng ar-
rangement may obtai n a l i cense for
thei r own mobi l e uni ts (i ncl udi ng con-
trol poi nts and/or control stati ons for
control of the shared faci l i ty), or they
may use mobi l e stati ons, and control
stati ons or control poi nts authori zed to
the l i censee.
(d) I f the l i censee shares the l and sta-
ti on on a non-profi t, cost shared basi s
to the l i censee, thi s shared use must be
pursuant to a wri tten agreement be-
tween the l i censee and each parti ci pant
whi ch sets out (1) the method of oper-
ati on, (2) the components of the system
whi ch are covered by the shari ng ar-
rangements, (3) the method by whi ch
costs are to be apporti oned, and (4) ac-
knowl edgement that al l shared trans-
mi tter use must be subj ect to the l i -
censee’s control . These agreements
must be kept as part of the stati on
records.
(e) I f the l and stati on whi ch i s bei ng
shared i s i nterconnected wi th the pub-
l i c swi tched tel ephone network, the
provi si ons of §90.477 et seq. appl y.
(f) Above 800 MHz, shared use on a
for-profi t pri vate carri er basi s i s per-
mi tted onl y by SMR, Pri vate Carri er
Pagi ng, and L MS l i censees. See sub-
parts M, P, and S of thi s part.
(g) The provi si ons of thi s secti on do
not appl y to l i censees authori zed to
provi de commerci al mobi l e radi o serv-
i ce under thi s part.
[48 F R 26620, J une 9, 1983, as amended at 51
F R 36014, Oct. 8, 1986; 53 F R 12156, Apr. 13,
1988; 54 F R 4030, J an. 27, 1989; 54 F R 38681,
Sept. 20, 1989; 57 F R 48739, Oct. 28, 1992; 59 F R
59965, Nov. 21, 1994; 60 F R 15252, Mar. 23, 1995]
§90.185 Multiple licensing of radio
transmitting equipment in the mo-
bile radio service.
Two or more persons el i gi bl e for l i -
censi ng under thi s rul e part may be l i -
censed for the same l and stati on under
the fol l owi ng terms and condi ti ons.
(a) Each l i censee compl i es wi th the
general operati ng requi rements set out
i n §90.403 of the rul es.
(b) Each l i censee i s el i gi bl e for the
frequency(i es) on whi ch the l and sta-
ti on operates.
(c) I f the mul ti pl e l i censed base sta-
ti on i s i nterconnected wi th the publ i c
swi tched tel ephone network, the provi -
si ons of §90.477 et seq. appl y.
[48 F R 26621, J une 9, 1983]
§90.187 Trunking in the bands be-
tween 150 and 512 MHz.
(a) Appl i cants for trunked systems
operati ng on frequenci es between 150
and 512 MHz (except 220–222 MHz) must
i ndi cate on thei r appl i cati ons (cl ass of
stati on code, see §1.952 of thi s chapter
or I nstructi ons for F CC F orm 600) that
thei r system wi l l be trunked. L i censees
of stati ons that are not trunked, may
trunk thei r systems onl y after modi fy-
i ng thei r l i cense (See §90.135).
(b) I n the bands between 150 and 512
MHz, trunki ng may be authori zed
under the fol l owi ng condi ti ons:
(1) Where appl i cants for or l i censees
operati ng i n the 470–512 MHz band meet
the l oadi ng requi rements of §90.313 and
have excl usi ve use of thei r frequenci es
i n thei r servi ce area.
(2) Trunki ng wi l l be permi tted on fre-
quenci es where an appl i cant or l i censee
does not have an excl usi ve servi ce area,
provi ded that al l frequency coordi na-
ti on requi rements are compl i ed wi th
and consent i s obtai ned from al l l i cens-
ees pursuant to paragraphs (b)(2)(i ),
(b)(2)(i i ), and (b)(2)(i i i ) of thi s secti on.
(i ) Stati ons that have operati ng fre-
quenci es (base and mobi l e) that are 15
kHz or l ess removed from proposed sta-
ti ons that wi l l operate wi th a 25 kHz
channel bandwi dth; stati ons that have
operati ng frequenci es (base and mobi l e)
that are 7.5 kHz or l ess removed from
proposed stati ons that wi l l operate
wi th a 12.5 kHz bandwi dth; or stati ons
that have operati ng frequenci es (base
and mobi l e) 3.75 kHz or l ess removed
from proposed stati ons that wi l l oper-
ate wi th a 6.25 kHz bandwi dth; and
(i i ) Stati ons wi th servi ce areas (37
dBu contour for stati ons i n the 150–174
MHz band and 39 dBu contour for sta-
ti ons i n the 421–512 MHz bands; See
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§90.205) that overl ap a ci rcl e wi th ra-
di us 113 km (70 mi .) from the proposed
base stati on. Al ternati vel y, appl i cants
may submi t an engi neeri ng anal ysi s
based upon general l y accepted engi -
neeri ng practi ces and standards whi ch
demonstrates that the servi ce area of
the trunked system does not overl ap
any exi sti ng stati ons whose servi ce
areas overl ap a ci rcl e wi th radi us 113
km (70 mi .) from the proposed base sta-
ti on.
(i i i ) The consensual agreements
among l i censees must speci fi cal l y state
the terms agreed upon and a statement
must be submi tted to the Commi ssi on
i ndi cati ng that al l l i censees have con-
sented to the use of trunki ng. I f a l i -
censee has agreed to the use of
trunki ng, but l ater deci des agai nst the
use of trunki ng, the l i censee may re-
quest that the l i censee(s) of the
trunked system reconsi der the use of
trunki ng. I f the l i censee i s unabl e to
reach an agreement wi th the l i -
censee(s) of the trunked system, the l i -
censee may request that the Commi s-
si on consi der the matter and assi gn i t
another channel . New l i censees wi l l
onl y be assi gned the same channel as a
trunked system, i f the new l i censee
reaches an agreement wi th the l i -
censee(s) of the trunked system.
(c) Trunki ng of systems l i censed on
pagi ng-onl y channel s or l i censed i n the
Radi ol ocati on Servi ce (subpart F ) i s
not permi tted.
[62 F R 18926, Apr. 17, 1997]
Subpart I—General Technical
Standards
§90.201 Scope.
Thi s subpart sets forth the general
techni cal requi rements for use of fre-
quenci es and equi pment i n the radi o
servi ces governed by thi s part. Such re-
qui rements i ncl ude standards for ac-
ceptabi l i ty of equi pment, frequency
tol erance, modul ati on, emi ssi ons,
power, and bandwi dths. Speci al addi -
ti onal techni cal standards appl i cabl e
to certai n frequency bands and certai n
speci al i zed uses are set forth i n sub-
parts J , K, and N.
[43 F R 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, as amended at 54
F R 4030, J an. 27, 1989]
§90.203 Type acceptance required.
(a) Except as speci fi ed i n paragraph
(b) of thi s secti on, each transmi tter
uti l i zed for operati on under thi s part
and each transmi tter marketed as set
forth i n §2.803 of thi s chapter must be
of a type whi ch has been certi fi cated
for use under thi s part.
(1) [Reserved]
(2) Any manufacturer of radi o trans-
mi tti ng equi pment (i ncl udi ng si gnal
boosters) to be used i n these servi ces
may request certi fi cati on for such
equi pment fol l owi ng the procedures set
forth i n subpart J of part 2 of thi s
chapter. Certi fi cati on for an i ndi vi dual
transmi tter or si gnal booster al so may
be requested by an appl i cant for a sta-
ti on authori zati on by fol l owi ng the
procedure set forth i n part 2 of thi s
chapter. Such equi pment i f approved
wi l l be i ndi vi dual l y enumerated on the
stati on authori zati on.
(b) Certi fi cati on i s not requi red for
the fol l owi ng:
(1) Transmi tters used i n devel op-
mental operati ons i n accordance wi th
subpart Q.
(2) Transmi tters used for pol i ce zone
and i nterzone stati ons authori zed as of
J anuary 1, 1965.
(3) Transmi tti ng equi pment used i n
the band 1427–1435 MHz.
(4) Transmi tters used i n radi o-
l ocati on stati ons i n accordance wi th
subpart F authori zed pri or to J anuary
1, 1974, for publ i c safety and l and trans-
portati on appl i cati ons (ol d parts 89 and
93).
(5) Transmi tters used i n radi o-
l ocati on stati ons i n accordance wi th
subpart F authori zed for i ndustri al ap-
pl i cati ons (ol d part 91) pri or to J anu-
ary 1, 1978.
(6) [Reserved]
(7) Transmi tters i mported and mar-
keted pri or to September 1, 1996 for use
by L MS systems.
(c) Radi ol ocati on transmi tters for
use i n publ i c safety and l and transpor-
tati on appl i cati ons marketed pri or to
J anuary 1, 1974, must meet the appl i ca-
bl e techni cal standards i n thi s part,
pursuant to §2.803 of thi s chapter.
(d) Radi ol ocati on transmi tters for
use i n publ i c safety and l and transpor-
tati on appl i cati ons marketed after
J anuary 1, 1974, must compl y wi th the
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requi rements of paragraph (a) of thi s
secti on.
(e) Except as provi ded i n paragraph
(g) of thi s secti on, transmi tters de-
si gned to operate above 25 MHz shal l
not be certi fi cated for use under thi s
part i f the operator can program and
transmi t on frequenci es, other than
those programmed by the manufac-
turer, servi ce or mai ntenance person-
nel , usi ng the equi pment’s external op-
erati on control s.
(f) Except as provi ded i n paragraph
(g) of thi s secti on, transmi tters de-
si gned to operate above 25 MHz that
have been approved pri or to J anuary
15, 1988, and that permi t the operator,
by usi ng external control s, to program
the transmi tter’s operati ng fre-
quenci es, shal l not be manufactured i n,
or i mported i nto the Uni ted States
after March 15, 1988. Marketi ng of these
transmi tters shal l not be permi tted
after March 15, 1989.
(g) Transmi tters havi ng frequency
programmi ng capabi l i ty and that are
desi gned to operate above 25 MHz are
exempt from paragraphs (e) and (f) of
thi s secti on i f the desi gn of such trans-
mi tters:
(1) I s such that transmi tters wi th ex-
ternal control s normal l y avai l abl e to
the operator must be i nternal l y modi -
fi ed to pl ace the equi pment i n the pro-
grammabl e mode. F urther, whi l e i n the
programmabl e mode, the equi pment
shal l not be capabl e of transmi tti ng.
The procedures for maki ng the modi -
fi cati on and al teri ng the frequency pro-
gram shal l not be made avai l abl e wi th
the operati ng i nformati on normal l y
suppl i ed to the end user of the equi p-
ment; or
(2) Requi res the tramsi tter to be pro-
grammed for frequenci es through con-
trol s normal l y i naccessi bl e to the oper-
ator; or
(3) Requi res equi pment to be pro-
grammed for frequenci es through use
of external devi ces or speci fi cal l y pro-
grammed modul es made avai l abl e onl y
to servi ce/mai ntenance personnel ; or
(4) Requi res equi pment to be pro-
grammed through cl oni ng (copyi ng a
program di rectl y from another trans-
mi tter) usi ng devi ces and procedures
made avai l abl e onl y to servi ce/mai nte-
nance personnel .
(h) The requi rements of paragraphs
(e), (f), and (g) of thi s secti on shal l not
appl y i f:
(1) The equi pment has been desi gned
and manufactured speci fi cal l y for ai r-
craft use; and
(2) The part 90 certi fi cati on l i mi ts
the use of the equi pment to operati ons
onl y under §90.423.
(i ) Equi pment certi fi cated after F eb-
ruary 16, 1988 and marketed for publ i c
safety operati on i n the 821–824/866–869
MHz bands must have the capabi l i ty to
be programmed for operati on on the
mutual ai d channel s as desi gnated i n
§90.617(a) of the rul es.
(j ) Except where otherwi se speci fi -
cal l y provi ded for, transmi tters operat-
i ng on frequenci es i n the 150–174 MHz
and 421–512 MHz bands must compl y
wi th the fol l owi ng.
(1) [Reserved]
(2) Appl i cati ons for certi fi cati on re-
cei ved on or after F ebruary 14, 1997 wi l l
onl y be granted for equi pment wi th the
fol l owi ng channel bandwi dths:
(i ) 12.5 kHz or l ess for si ngl e band-
wi dth mode equi pment or mul ti -band-
wi dth mode equi pment wi th a maxi -
mum channel bandwi dth of 12.5 kHz;
(i i ) 25 kHz for mul ti -bandwi dth mode
equi pment wi th a maxi mum channel
bandwi dth of 25 kHz i f i t i s capabl e of
operati ng on channel s of 12.5 kHz or
l ess; and
(i i i ) 25 kHz i f the equi pment meets
the effi ci ency standard of paragraph
(j )(3) of thi s secti on.
(3) Appl i cati ons for part 90 certi fi -
cati on of transmi tters desi gned to op-
erate on frequenci es i n the 150–174 MHz
and/or 421–512 MHz bands, recei ved on
or after F ebruary 14, 1997, must i ncl ude
a certi fi cati on that the equi pment
meets a spectrum effi ci ency standard
of one voi ce channel per 12.5 kHz of
channel bandwi dth. Addi ti onal l y, i f the
equi pment i s capabl e of transmi tti ng
data, has transmi tter output power
greater than 500 mW, and has a channel
bandwi dth of more than 6.25 kHz, the
equi pment must be capabl e of support-
i ng a mi ni mum data rate of 4800 bi ts
per second per 6.25 kHz of channel
bandwi dth.
(4) Appl i cati ons for certi fi cati on re-
cei ved on or after J anuary 1, 2005, ex-
cept for hand-hel d transmi tters wi th
an output power of two watts or l ess,
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wi l l onl y be granted for equi pment
wi th the fol l owi ng channel bandwi dths:
(i ) 6.25 kHz or l ess for si ngl e band-
wi dth mode equi pment;
(i i ) 12.5 kHz for mul ti -bandwi dth
mode equi pment wi th a maxi mum
channel bandwi dth of 12.5 kHz i f i t i s
capabl e of operati ng on channel s of 6.25
kHz or l ess;
(i i i ) 25 kHz for mul ti -bandwi dth mode
equi pment wi th a maxi mum channel
bandwi dth of 25 kHz i f i t i s capabl e of
operati ng on channel s of 6.25 kHz or
l ess; and
(i v) Up to 25 kHz i f the equi pment
meets the effi ci ency standard of para-
graph (j )(5) of thi s secti on.
(5) Appl i cati ons for part 90 certi fi -
cati on of transmi tters desi gned to op-
erate on frequenci es i n the 150–174 MHz
and/or 421–512 MHz bands, recei ved on
or after J anuary 1, 2005, must i ncl ude a
certi fi cati on that the equi pment meets
a spectrum effi ci ency standard of one
voi ce channel per 6.25 kHz of channel
bandwi dth. Addi ti onal l y, i f the equi p-
ment i s capabl e of transmi tti ng data,
has transmi tter output power greater
than 500 mW, and has a channel band-
wi dth of more than 6.25 kHz, the equi p-
ment must be capabl e of supporti ng a
mi ni mum data rate of 4800 bi ts per sec-
ond per 6.25 kHz of channel bandwi dth.
(6) Modi fi cati on and permi ssi ve
changes to certi fi cati on grants.
(i ) The Commi ssi on’s Equi pment Au-
thori zati on Di vi si on wi l l not al l ow add-
i ng a mul ti -mode or narrowband oper-
ati on capabi l i ty to si ngl e bandwi dth
mode transmi tters, except under the
fol l owi ng condi ti ons:
(A) Transmi tters that have the i nher-
ent capabi l i ty for mul ti -mode or
narrowband operati on al l owed i n para-
graphs (j )(2) and (j )(4) of thi s secti on,
may have thei r grant of certi fi cati on
modi fi ed (rei ssued) upon demonstrat-
i ng that the ori gi nal uni t compl i es
wi th the techni cal requi rements for op-
erati on; and
(B) New F CC I denti fi ers wi l l be re-
qui red to i denti fy equi pment that
needs to be modi fi ed to compl y wi th
the requi rements of paragraphs (j )(2)
and (j )(4) of thi s secti on.
(i i ) Al l other appl i cati ons for modi -
fi cati on or permi ssi ve changes wi l l be
subj ect to the Rul es of part 2 of thi s
chapter.
(7) Transmi tters desi gned for one-
way pagi ng operati ons wi l l be certi fi -
cated wi th a 25 kHz channel bandwi dth
and are exempt from the spectrum effi -
ci ency requi rements of paragraphs
(j )(3) and (j )(5) of thi s secti on.
(8) The Commi ssi on’s Equi pment Au-
thori zati on Di vi si on may, on a case by
case basi s, grant certi fi cati on to equi p-
ment wi th sl ower data rates than spec-
i fi ed i n paragraphs (j )(3) and (j )(5) of
thi s secti on, provi ded that a techni cal
anal ysi s i s submi tted wi th the appl i ca-
ti on whi ch descri bes why the sl ower
data rate wi l l provi de more spectral ef-
fi ci ency than the standard data rate.
(9) Transmi tters used for stol en vehi -
cl e recovery on 173.075 MHz must com-
pl y wi th the requi rements of
§90.20(e)(6).
(k)(1) F or transmi tters operati ng on
frequenci es i n the 220–222 MHz band,
certi fi cati on wi l l onl y be granted for
equi pment wi th channel bandwi dths up
to 5 kHz, except that certi fi cati on wi l l
be granted for equi pment operati ng on
220–222 MHz band Channel s 1 through
160 (220.0025 through 220.7975/221.0025
through 221.7975), 171 through 180
(220.8525 through 220.8975/221.8525
through 221.8975), and 186 through 200
(220.9275 through 220.9975/221.9275
through 221.9975) wi th channel
bandwi dths greater than 5 kHz i f the
equi pment meets the fol l owi ng spec-
trum effi ci ency standard: Appl i cati ons
for part 90 certi fi cati on of transmi tters
desi gned to operate on frequenci es i n
the 220–222 MHz band must i ncl ude a
statement that the equi pment meets a
spectrum effi ci ency standard of at
l east one voi ce channel per 5 kHz of
channel bandwi dth (for voi ce commu-
ni cati ons), and a data rate of at l east
4,800 bi ts per second per 5 kHz of chan-
nel bandwi dth (for data communi ca-
ti ons). Certi fi cati on for transmi tters
operati ng on 220–222 MHz band Chan-
nel s 1 through 160 (220.0025 through
220.7975/221.0025 through 221.7975), 171
through 180 (220.8525 through 220.8975/
221.8525 through 221.8975), and 186
through 200 (220.9275 through 220.9975/
221.9275 through 221.9975) wi th channel
bandwi dths greater than 5 kHz wi l l be
granted wi thout the requi rement that
a statement be i ncl uded that the equi p-
ment meets the spectrum effi ci ency
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standard i f the requests for certi fi -
cati on of such transmi tters are fi l ed
after December 31, 2001.
(2) Certi fi cati on may be granted on a
case-by-case basi s by the Commi ssi on’s
Equi pment Authori zati on Di vi si on for
equi pment operati ng on 220–222 MHz
band Channel s 1 through 160 (220.0025
through 220.7975/221.0025 through
221.7975), 171 through 180 (220.8525
through 220.8975/221.8525 through
221.8975), and 186 through 200 (220.9275
through 220.9975/221.9275 through
221.9975) wi th channel bandwi dths
greater than 5 kHz and not sati sfyi ng
the spectrum effi ci ency standard i den-
ti fi ed i n paragraph (k)(1) of thi s sec-
ti on, i f requests for part 90 certi fi -
cati on of such transmi tters are accom-
pani ed by a techni cal anal ysi s that sat-
i sfactori l y demonstrates that the
transmi tters wi l l provi de more spectral
effi ci ency than that whi ch woul d be
provi ded by use of the spectrum effi -
ci ency standard.
[43 F R 54791, Nov. 22, 1978; 44 F R 32219, J une
5, 1979, as amended at 50 F R 13606, Apr. 5,
1985; 52 F R 47570, Dec. 15, 1987; 53 F R 1024,
J an. 15, 1988; 54 F R 38681, Sept. 20, 1989; 60 F R
15252, Mar. 23, 1995; 60 F R 37261, J ul y 19, 1995;
61 F R 18986, Apr. 30, 1996; 62 F R 2038, J an. 15,
1997; 62 F R 15992, Apr. 3, 1997; 62 F R 18926,
Apr. 17, 1997; 63 F R 32590, J une 12, 1998; 63 F R
36609, J ul y 7, 1998]
EF F ECTI VE DATE NOTE: At 63 F R 36609,
J ul y 7, 1998, §90.203 was amended revi si ng
paragraph (a) and paragraph (b) i ntroductory
text and paragraphs (c), (e), (f), (h)(2), (i ),
(j )(2) i ntroductory text, (j )(3), (j )(4) i ntroduc-
tory text, (j )(5), (j )(6) i ntroductory text,
(j )(6)(i )(A), (j )(7), (j )(8), and (k), effecti ve Oct.
5, 1998. F or the conveni ence of the reader,
the superseded text i s set forth as fol l ows:
§90.203 Certification required.
(a) Except as speci fi ed i n paragraph (b) of
thi s secti on, each transmi tter uti l i zed for op-
erati on under thi s part and each transmi tter
marketed as set forth i n §2.803 (of part 2)
must be of a type whi ch i s i ncl uded i n the
Commi ssi on’s current Radi o Equi pment L i st
as type accepted for use under thi s part; or,
be of a type whi ch has been type accepted by
the Commi ssi on for use under thi s part i n ac-
cordance wi th the procedures i n paragraph
(a)(2) of thi s secti on.
(1) The Commi ssi on peri odi cal l y publ i shes
a l i st of equi pment enti tl ed ‘‘Radi o Equi p-
ment L i st, Equi pment Acceptabl e for L i cens-
i ng.’’ Copi es of thi s l i st are avai l abl e for pub-
l i c reference at the Commi ssi on’s offi ces i n
Washi ngton, D.C., and at each of i ts fi el d of-
fi ces. Thi s l i st i ncl udes type accepted and,
al so, unti l such ti me as i t may be removed
by Commi ssi on acti on, other equi pment
whi ch appeared i n thi s l i st on May 16, 1955.
(2) Any manufacturer of radi o transmi tti ng
equi pment (i ncl udi ng si gnal boosters) to be
used i n these servi ces may request type ac-
ceptance for such equi pment fol l owi ng the
procedures set forth i n subpart J of part 2 of
thi s chapter. Type acceptance for an i ndi vi d-
ual transmi tter or si gnal booster al so may
be requested by an appl i cant for a stati on
authori zati on by fol l owi ng the procedure set
forth i n part 2 of thi s chapter. Such equi p-
ment i f approved or accepted wi l l not nor-
mal l y be i ncl uded i n the Commi ssi on’s
‘‘Radi o Equi pment L i st’’ but wi l l be i ndi vi d-
ual l y enumerated on the stati on authori za-
ti on.
(b) Type acceptance i s not requi red for the
fol l owi ng:
* * * * *
(c) Radi ol ocati on transmi tters for use i n
publ i c safety and l and transportati on appl i -
cati ons marketed pri or to J anuary 1, 1974,
must meet the appl i cabl e techni cal stand-
ards i n thi s part, pursuant to §2.805 of thi s
chapter.
* * * * *
(e) Except as provi ded i n paragraph (g) of
thi s secti on, transmi tters desi gned to oper-
ate above 25 MHz shal l not be type accepted
for use under thi s part i f the operator can
program and transmi t on frequenci es, other
than those programmed by the manufac-
turer, servi ce or mai ntenance personnel ,
usi ng the equi pment’s external operati on
control s.
(f) Except as provi ded i n paragraph (g) of
thi s secti on, transmi tters desi gned to oper-
ate above 25 MHz that have been type accept-
ed pri or to J anuary 15, 1988, and that permi t
the operator, by usi ng external control s, to
program the transmi tter’s operati ng fre-
quenci es, shal l not be manufactured i n, or
i mported i nto the Uni ted States after March
15, 1988. Marketi ng of these transmi tters
shal l not be permi tted after March 15, 1989.
* * * * *
(h) * * *
(2) The part 90 type acceptance l i mi ts the
use of the equi pment to operati ons onl y
under §90.423.
(i ) Equi pment type accepted after F eb-
ruary 16, 1988 and marketed for publ i c safety
operati on i n the 821–824/866–869 MHz bands
must have the capabi l i ty to be programmed
for operati on on the mutual ai d channel s as
desi gnated i n §90.617(a) of the Rul es.
(j ) * * *
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(2) Appl i cati ons for type acceptance re-
cei ved on or after F ebruary 14, 1997 wi l l onl y
be granted for equi pment wi th the fol l owi ng
channel bandwi dths:
* * * * *
(3) Appl i cati ons for part 90 type acceptance
of transmi tters desi gned to operate on fre-
quenci es i n the 150–174 MHz and/or 421–512
MHz bands, recei ved on or after F ebruary 14,
1997, must i ncl ude a certi fi cati on that the
equi pment meets a spectrum effi ci ency
standard of one voi ce channel per 12.5 kHz of
channel bandwi dth. Addi ti onal l y, i f the
equi pment i s capabl e of transmi tti ng data,
has transmi tter output power greater than
500 mW, and has a channel bandwi dth of
more than 6.25 kHz, the equi pment must be
capabl e of supporti ng a mi ni mum data rate
of 4800 bi ts per second per 6.25 kHz of channel
bandwi dth.
(4) Appl i cati ons for type acceptance re-
cei ved on or after J anuary 1, 2005, except for
hand-hel d transmi tters wi th an output power
of two watts or l ess, type acceptance wi l l
onl y be granted for equi pment wi th the fol -
l owi ng channel bandwi dths:
* * * * *
(5) Appl i cati ons for part 90 type acceptance
of transmi tters desi gned to operate on fre-
quenci es i n the 150–174 MHz and/or 421–512
MHz bands, recei ved on or after J anuary 1,
2005, must i ncl ude a certi fi cati on that the
equi pment meets a spectrum effi ci ency
standard of one voi ce channel per 6.25 kHz of
channel bandwi dth. Addi ti onal l y, i f the
equi pment i s capabl e of transmi tti ng data,
has transmi tter output power greater than
500 mW, and has a channel bandwi dth of
more than 6.25 kHz, the equi pment must be
capabl e of supporti ng a mi ni mum data rate
of 4800 bi ts per second per 6.25 kHz of channel
bandwi dth.
(6) Modi fi cati on and permi ssi ve changes to
type acceptance grants.
(i ) * * *
(A) Transmi tters that have the i nherent
capabi l i ty for mul ti -mode or narrowband op-
erati on al l owed i n paragraphs (j )(2) and (j )(4)
of thi s secti on, may have thei r grant of Type
Acceptance modi fi ed (rei ssued) upon dem-
onstrati ng that the ori gi nal uni t compl i es
wi th the techni cal requi rements for oper-
ati on; and
* * * * *
(7) Transmi tters desi gned for one-way pag-
i ng operati ons wi l l be type accepted wi th a
25 kHz channel bandwi dth and are exempt
from the spectrum effi ci ency requi rements
of paragraphs (j )(3) and (j )(5) of thi s secti on.
(8) The Commi ssi on’s Equi pment Author-
i zati on Di vi si on may, on a case by case basi s,
grant type acceptance to equi pment wi th
sl ower data rates than speci fi ed i n para-
graphs (j )(3) and (j )(5) of thi s secti on, pro-
vi ded that a techni cal anal ysi s i s submi tted
wi th the appl i cati on whi ch descri bes why the
sl ower data rate wi l l provi de more spectral
effi ci ency than the standard data rate.
(k) F or transmi tters operati ng on fre-
quenci es i n the 220–222 MHz band, type ac-
ceptance wi l l onl y be granted for equi pment
wi th channel bandwi dths up to 5 kHz, except
that type acceptance wi l l be granted for
equi pment operati ng on 220–222 MHz band
Channel s 1 through 160 (220.0025 through
220.7975/221.0025 through 221.7975), 171 through
180 (220.8525 through 220.8975/221.8525 through
221.8975), and 186 through 200 (220.9275
through 220.9975/221.9275 through 221.9975)
wi th channel bandwi dths greater than 5 kHz.
§90.205 Power and antenna height
limits.
Appl i cants for l i censes must request
and use no more power than the actual
power necessary for sati sfactory oper-
ati on. Except where otherwi se speci fi -
cal l y provi ded for, the maxi mum power
that wi l l be authori zed to appl i cants
whose l i cense appl i cati ons for new sta-
ti ons are fi l ed after August 18, 1995 i s
as fol l ows:
(a) Below 25 MHz. F or si ngl e si deband
operati ons (J 3E emi ssi on), the maxi -
mum transmi tter peak envel ope power
i s 1000 watts.
(b) 25–50 MHz. The maxi mum trans-
mi tter output power i s 300 watts.
(c) 72–76 MHz. The maxi mum effec-
ti ve radi ated power (ERP) for stati ons
operati ng on fi xed frequenci es i s 300
watts. Stati ons operati ng on mobi l e-
onl y frequenci es are l i mi ted to one
watt transmi tter output power.
(d) 150–174 MHz. (1) The maxi mum al -
l owabl e stati on ERP i s dependent upon
the stati on’s antenna HAAT and re-
qui red servi ce area and wi l l be author-
i zed i n accordance wi th tabl e 1. Appl i -
cants requesti ng an ERP i n excess of
that l i sted i n tabl e 1 must submi t an
engi neeri ng anal ysi s based upon gen-
eral l y accepted engi neeri ng practi ces
and standards that i ncl udes coverage
contours to demonstrate that the re-
quested stati on parameters wi l l not
produce coverage i n excess of that
whi ch the appl i cant requi res.
(2) Appl i cati ons for stati ons where
speci al ci rcumstances exi st that make
i t necessary to devi ate from the ERP
and antenna hei ghts i n Tabl e 1 wi l l be
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47 CFR Ch. I (10–1–98 Edition) §90.205
submi tted to the frequency coordi nator
accompani ed by a techni cal anal ysi s,
based upon general l y accepted engi -
neeri ng practi ces and standards, that
demonstrates that the requested sta-
ti on parameters wi l l not produce a si g-
nal strength i n excess of 37 dBu at any
poi nt al ong the edge of the requested
servi ce area. The coordi nator may then
recommend any ERP appropri ate to
meet thi s condi ti on.
(3) An appl i cant for a stati on wi th a
servi ce area radi us greater than 40 km
(25 mi ) must j usti fy the requested serv-
i ce area radi us, whi ch wi l l be author-
i zed onl y i n accordance wi th tabl e 1,
note 4. F or base stati ons wi th servi ce
areas greater than 80 km, al l oper-
ati ons 80 km or l ess from the base sta-
ti on wi l l be on a pri mary basi s and al l
operati ons outsi de of 80 km from the
base stati on wi l l be on a secondary
basi s and wi l l be enti tl ed to no protec-
ti on from pri mary operati ons.
TABLE 1—150–174MHZ—MAXIMUM ERP/REFERENCE HAAT FOR A SPECIFIC SERVICE AREA RADIUS
Service area radius (km)
3 8 13 16 24 32 40 48
4
64
4
80
4
Maximum ERP (w)
1
................. 1 28 178
2
500
2
500
2
500 500
2
500
2
500
2
500
Up to reference HAAT (m)
3
.... 15 15 15 15 33 65 110 160 380 670
1
Maximum ERP indicated provides for a 37 dBu signal strength at the edge of the service area per FCC Report R–6602, Fig.
19 (See §73.699, Fig. 10).
2
Maximum ERP of 500 watts allowed. Signal strength at the service area contour may be less than 37 dBu.
3
When the actual antenna HAAT is greater than the reference HAAT, the allowable ERP will be reduced in accordance with
the following equation: ERPallow=ERPmax × (HAATref / HAATactual)
2
.
4
Applications for this service area radius may be granted upon specific request with justification and must include a technical
demonstration that the signal strength at the edge of the service area does not exceed 37 dBu.
(e) 220–222 MHz. L i mi tati ons on power
and antenna hei ghts are speci fi ed i n
§90.729.
(f) 421–430 MHz. L i mi tati ons on power
and antenna hei ghts are speci fi ed i n
§90.279.
(g) 450–470 MHz. (1) The maxi mum al -
l owabl e stati on effecti ve radi ated
power (ERP) i s dependent upon the sta-
ti on’s antenna HAAT and requi red
servi ce area and wi l l be authori zed i n
accordance wi th tabl e 2. Appl i cants re-
questi ng an ERP i n excess of that l i st-
ed i n tabl e 2 must submi t an engi neer-
i ng anal ysi s based upon general l y ac-
cepted engi neeri ng practi ces and stand-
ards that i ncl udes coverage contours to
demonstrate that the requested stati on
parameters wi l l not produce coverage
i n excess of that whi ch the appl i cant
requi res.
(2) Appl i cati ons for stati ons where
speci al ci rcumstances exi st that make
i t necessary to devi ate from the ERP
and antenna hei ghts i n Tabl e 2 wi l l be
submi tted to the frequency coordi nator
accompani ed by a techni cal anal ysi s,
based upon general l y accepted engi -
neeri ng practi ces and standards, that
demonstrates that the requested sta-
ti on parameters wi l l not produce a si g-
nal strength i n excess of 39 dBu at any
poi nt al ong the edge of the requested
servi ce area. The coordi nator may then
recommend any ERP appropri ate to
meet thi s condi ti on.
(3) An appl i cant for a stati on wi th a
servi ce area radi us greater than 32 km
(20 mi ) must j usti fy the requested serv-
i ce area radi us, whi ch may be author-
i zed onl y i n accordance wi th tabl e 2,
note 4. F or base stati ons wi th servi ce
areas greater than 80 km, al l oper-
ati ons 80 km or l ess from the base sta-
ti on wi l l be on a pri mary basi s and al l
operati ons outsi de of 80 km from the
base stati on wi l l be on a secondary
basi s and wi l l be enti tl ed to no protec-
ti on from pri mary operati ons.
TABLE 2—450–470 MHZ—MAXIMUM ERP/REFERENCE HAAT FOR A SPECIFIC SERVICE AREA
RADIUS
Service area radius (km)
3 8 13 16 24 32 40
4
48
4
64
4
80
4
Maximum ERP (w)
1
................ 2 100
2
500
2
500
2
500
2
500
2
500
2
500
2
500
2
500
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Federal Communications Commission §90.207
TABLE 2—450–470 MHZ—MAXIMUM ERP/REFERENCE HAAT FOR A SPECIFIC SERVICE AREA
RADIUS—Continued
Service area radius (km)
3 8 13 16 24 32 40
4
48
4
64
4
80
4
Up to reference HAAT (m)
3
.... 15 15 15 27 63 125 250 410 950 2700
1
Maximum ERP indicated provides for a 39 dBu signal strength at the edge of the service area per FCC Report R–6602, Fig.
29 (See §73.699, Fig. 10 b).
2
Maximum ERP of 500 watts allowed. Signal strength at the service area contour may be less than 39 dBu.
3
When the actual antenna HAAT is greater than the reference HAAT, the allowable ERP will be reduced in accordance with
the following equation: ERPallow=ERPmax × (HAATref / HAATactual)
2
.
4
Applications for this service area radius may be granted upon specific request with justification and must include a technical
demonstration that the signal strength at the edge of the service area does not exceed 39 dBu.
(h) 470–512 MHz. Power and hei ght
l i mi tati ons are speci fi ed i n §§90.307 and
90.309.
(i ) 806–824/851–869 MHz and 896–901/935–
940 MHz. Power and hei ght l i mi tati ons
are speci fi ed i n §90.635.
(j ) 902–928 MHz. L MS systems operat-
i ng pursuant to subpart M of thi s part
i n the 902–927.25 MHz band wi l l be au-
thori zed a maxi mum of 30 watts ERP.
L MS equi pment operati ng i n the 927.25–
928 MHz band wi l l be authori zed a max-
i mum of 300 watts ERP. ERP must be
measured as peak envel ope power. An-
tenna hei ghts wi l l be as speci fi ed i n
§90.353(h).
(k) 929–930 MHz. L i mi tati ons on
power and antenna hei ghts are speci -
fi ed i n §90.494.
(l ) 2450–2483.5 MHz. The maxi mum
transmi tter power i s 5 watts.
(m) All other frequency bands. Re-
quested transmi tter power wi l l be con-
si dered and authori zed on a case by
case basi s.
(n) The output power shal l not exceed
by more than 20 percent ei ther the out-
put power shown i n the Radi o Equi p-
ment L i st [avai l abl e i n accordance
wi th §90.203(a)(1)] for transmi tters i n-
cl uded i n thi s l i st or when not so l i st-
ed, the manufacturer’s rated output
power for the parti cul ar transmi tter
speci fi cal l y l i sted on the authori zati on.
[60 F R 37262, J ul y 19, 1995, as amended at 62
F R 2039, J an. 15, 1997]
§90.207 Types of emissions.
Unl ess speci fi ed el sewhere i n thi s
part, stati ons wi l l be authori zed emi s-
si ons as provi ded for i n paragraphs (b)
through (n) of thi s secti on.
(a) Most common emission symbols. F or
a compl ete l i sti ng of emi ssi on symbol s
al l owabl e under thi s part, see §2.201 of
thi s chapter.
(1) The fi rst symbol i ndi cates the
type of modul ati on on the transmi tter
carri er.
A— Ampl i tude modul ati on, doubl e si deband
wi th i denti cal i nformati on on each si de-
band.
F — F requency modul ati on.
G— Phase modul ati on.
J — Si ngl e si deband wi th suppressed carri er.
P— Unmodul ated pul se.
W— Cases not covered above, i n whi ch an
emi ssi on consi sts of the mai n carri er mod-
ul ated, ei ther si mul taneousl y or i n a pre-
establ i shed sequence, i n a combi nati on of
two or more of the fol l owi ng modes: ampl i -
tude, angl e, pul se.
(2) The second symbol i ndi cates the
type of si gnal modul ati ng the trans-
mi tter carri er.
0— No modul ati on.
1— Di gi tal modul ati on, no subcarri er.
2— Di gi tal modul ati on, modul ated subcar-
ri er.
3— Anal og modul ati on.
(3) The thi rd symbol i ndi cates the
type of transmi tted i nformati on.
A— Tel egraphy for aural recepti on.
B— Tel egraphy for machi ne recepti on.
C— F acsi mi l e.
D— Data, tel emetry, and tel ecommand.
E— Voi ce.
N— No transmi tted i nformati on.
W— Combi nati on of the above.
(b) Authori zati ons to use A3E, F 3E,
or G3E emi ssi on al so i ncl ude the use of
emi ssi ons for tone si gnal s or si gnal i ng
devi ces whose sol e functi ons are to es-
tabl i sh an to mai ntai n communi ca-
ti ons, to provi de automati c stati on
i denti fi cati on, and for operati ons i n
the Publ i c Safety Pool , to acti vate
emergency warni ng devi ces used sol el y
for the purpose of advi si ng the general
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47 CFR Ch. I (10–1–98 Edition) §90.209
publ i c or emergency personnel of an
i mpendi ng emergency si tuati on.
(c) The use of F 3E or G3E emi ssi on i n
these servi ces wi l l be authori zed onl y
on frequenci es above 25 MHz.
(d) Except for Travel er’s I nformati on
stati ons i n the Publ i c Safety Pool au-
thori zed i n accordance wi th §90.242,
onl y J 3E emi ssi on wi l l be authori zed
for tel ephony systems on frequenci es
bel ow 25 MHz.
(e) F or non-voi ce pagi ng operati ons,
onl y A1A, A1D, A2B, A2D, F 1B, F 1D,
F 2B, F 2D, G1B, G1D, G2B, or G2D emi s-
si ons wi l l be authori zed.
(f) F or radi otel epri nter operati ons
that may be authori zed i n accordance
wi th §90.237, onl y F 1B, F 2B, G1B or G2B
emi ssi ons wi l l be authori ze above 25
MHz, and A1B or A2B emi ssi ons bel ow
25 MHz.
(g) F or radi ofacsi mi l e operati ons
that may be authori zed i n accordance
wi th §90.237, onl y F 3C or G3C emi ssi ons
wi l l be authori zed above 25 MHz, and
A3C emi ssi ons bel ow 25 MHz.
(h) [Reserved]
(i ) F or tel emetry operati ons, when
speci fi cal l y authori zed under thi s part,
onl y A1D, A2D, F 1D, or F 2D emi ssi ons
wi l l be authori zed.
(j ) F or cal l box operati ons that may
be authori zed i n accordance wi th
§90.241, onl y A1A, A1D, A2B, A2D, F 1B,
F 1D, F 2B, F 2D, G1B, G1D, G2B, G2D,
F 3E or G3E emi ssi ons wi l l be author-
i zed.
(k) F or radi ol ocati on operati ons as
may be authori zed i n accordance wi th
subpart F , unl ess otherwi se provi ded
for any type of emi ssi on may be au-
thori zed upon a sati sfactory showi ng of
need.
(l ) F or stati ons i n the Publ i c Safety
and I ndustri al /Busi ness Pool s uti l i zi ng
di gi tal voi ce modul ati on, i n ei ther the
scrambl ed or unscrambl ed mode, F 1E
or G1E emi ssi on wi l l be authori zed. Au-
thori zati on to use F 3Y emi ssi on i s con-
strued to i ncl ude the use of F 1D, F 2D,
G1D, or G2D emi ssi on subj ect to the
provi si ons of §90.233.
(m) F or narrowband operati ons i n a
3.6 kHz maxi mum authori zed bandwi th,
any modul ati on type may be used
whi ch compl i es wi th the emi ssi on l i mi -
tati ons of §90.209.
(n) Other emissions. Requests for emi s-
si ons other than those l i sted i n para-
graphs (c) through (e) of thi s secti on
wi l l be consi dered on a case-by-case
basi s to ensure that the requested
emi ssi on wi l l not cause more i nter-
ference than other currentl y permi tted
emi ssi ons.
[49 F R 48711, Dec. 14, 1984, as amended at 50
F R 13606, Apr. 5, 1985; 50 F R 25240, J une 18,
1985; 52 F R 29856, Aug. 12, 1987; 54 F R 38681,
Sept. 20, 1989; 60 F R 15252, Mar. 23, 1995; 60 F R
37263, J ul y 19, 1995; 62 F R 2039, J an. 15, 1997;
62 F R 18927, Apr. 17, 1997]
§90.209 Bandwidth limitations.
(a) Each authori zati on i ssued to a
stati on l i censed under thi s part wi l l
show an emi ssi on desi gnator represent-
i ng the cl ass of emi ssi on authori zed.
The desi gnator wi l l be prefi xed by a
speci fi ed necessary bandwi dth. Thi s
number does not necessari l y i ndi cate
the bandwi dth occupi ed by the emi s-
si on at any i nstant. I n those cases
where §2.202 of thi s chapter does not
provi de a formul a for the computati on
of necessary bandwi dth, the occupi ed
bandwi dth, as defi ned i n part 2 of thi s
chapter, may be used i n l i eu of the nec-
essary bandwi dth.
(b) The maxi mum authori zed si ngl e
channel bandwi dth of emi ssi on cor-
respondi ng to the type of emi ssi on
speci fi ed i n §90.207 i s as fol l ows:
(1) F or A1A or A1B emi ssi ons, the
maxi mum authori zed bandwi dth i s 0.25
kHz. The maxi mum authori zed band-
wi dth for type A3E emi ssi on i s 8 kHz.
(2) F or operati ons bel ow 25 MHz uti -
l i zi ng J 3E emi ssi on, the bandwi dth oc-
cupi ed by the emi ssi on shal l not exceed
3000 Hz. The assi gned frequency wi l l be
speci fi ed i n the authori zati on. The au-
thori zed carri er frequency wi l l be 1400
Hz l ower i n frequency than the as-
si gned frequency. Onl y upper si deband
emi ssi on may be used. I n the case of
regul arl y avai l abl e doubl e si deband ra-
di otel ephone channel s, an assi gned fre-
quency for J 3E emi ssi ons i s avai l abl e
ei ther 1600 Hz bel ow or 1400 Hz above
the doubl e si deband radi otel ephone as-
si gned frequency.
(3) F or al l other types of emi ssi ons,
the maxi mum authori zed bandwi dth
shal l not be more than that normal l y
authori zed for voi ce operati ons.
(4) Where a frequency i s assi gned ex-
cl usi vel y to a si ngl e l i censee, more
than a si ngl e emi ssi on may be used
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Federal Communications Commission §90.210
wi thi n the authori zed bandwi dth. I n
such cases, the frequency stabi l i ty re-
qui rements of §90.213 must be met for
each emi ssi on.
(5) Unl ess speci fi ed el sewhere, chan-
nel spaci ngs and bandwi dths that wi l l
be authori zed i n the fol l owi ng fre-
quency bands are gi ven i n the fol l owi ng
tabl e.
STANDARD CHANNEL SPACING/BANDWIDTH
Frequency band (MHz)
Channel
spacing
(kHz)
Authorized band-
width (kHz)
Below 25
2
..............................
25–50 ..................................... 20 20
72–76 ..................................... 20 20
150–174 .................................
1
7.5
1,3
20/11.25/6
220–222 ................................. 5 4
421–512
2
...............................
1
6.25
1,3
20/11.25/6
806–821/851–866 .................. 25 20
821–824/866–869 .................. 12.5 20
896–901/935–940 .................. 12.5 13.6
902–928
4
...............................
929–930 ................................. 25 20
1427–1435
2
...........................
2450–2483.52
2
......................
Above 2500
2
..........................
1
For stations authorized on or after August 18, 1995.
2
Bandwidths for radiolocation stations in the 420–450 MHz
band and for stations operating in bands subject to this foot-
note will be reviewed and authorized on a case-by-case basis.
3
Operations using equipment designed to operate with a 25
kHz channel bandwidth will be authorized a 20 kHz band-
width. Operations using equipment designed to operate with a
12.5 kHz channel bandwidth will be authorized a 11.25 kHz
bandwidth. Operations using equipment designed to operate
with a 6.25 kHz channel bandwidth will be authorized a 6 kHz
bandwidth.
4
The maximum authorized bandwidth shall be 12 MHz for
non-multilateration LMS operations in the band 909.75–
921.75 MHz and 2 MHz in the band 902.00–904.00 MHz. The
maximum authorized bandwidth for multilateration LMS oper-
ations shall be 5.75 MHz in the 904.00–909.75 MHz band; 2
MHz in the 919.75–921.75 MHz band; 5.75 MHz in the
921.75–927.25 MHz band and its associated 927.25–927.50
MHz narrowband forward link; and 8.00 MHz if the 919.75–
921.75 MHz and 921.75–927.25 MHz bands and their associ-
ated 927.25–927.50 MHz and 927.50–927.75 MHz
narrowband forward links are aggregated.
[60 F R 37263, J ul y 19, 1995]
§90.210 Emission masks.
Except as i ndi cated el sewhere i n thi s
part, transmi tters used i n the radi o
servi ces governed by thi s part must
compl y wi th the emi ssi on masks out-
l i ned i n thi s secti on. Unl ess otherwi se
stated, per paragraphs (d)(4), (e)(4), and
(m) of thi s secti on, measurements of
emi ssi on power can be expressed i n ei -
ther peak or average val ues provi ded
that emi ssi on powers are expressed
wi th the same parameters used to
speci fy the unmodul ated transmi tter
carri er power. F or transmi tters that do
not produce a ful l power unmodul ated
carri er, reference to the unmodul ated
transmi tter carri er power refers to the
total power contai ned i n the channel
bandwi dth. Unl ess i ndi cated el sewhere
i n thi s part, the tabl e i n thi s secti on
speci fi es the emi ssi on masks for equi p-
ment operati ng i n the frequency bands
governed under thi s part.
APPLICABLE EMISSION MASKS
Frequency band
(MHz)
Mask for equip-
ment with audio
low pass filter
Mask for equip-
ment without
audio low pass
filter
Below 25
1
................ A or B ................. A or C
25–50 ........................ B ......................... C
72–76 ........................ B ......................... C
150–174
2
................. B, D, or E ........... C, D, or E
150 Paging-only ....... B ......................... C
220–222 .................... F ......................... F
421–512
2
................. B, D, or E ........... C, D, or E
450 Paging-only ....... B ......................... G
806–821/851–866
3
.. B ......................... G
821–824/866–869 ..... B ......................... H
896–901/935–940 ..... I .......................... J
902–928 .................... K ......................... K
929–930 .................... B ......................... G
Above 940 ................ B ......................... C
All other bands ......... B ......................... C
1
Equipment using single sideband J3E emission must meet
the requirements of Emission Mask A. Equipment using other
emissions must meet the requirements of Emission Mask B or
C, as applicable.
2
Equipment designed to operate with a 25 kHz channel
bandwidth must meet the requirements of Emission Mask B or
C, as applicable. Equipment designed to operate with a 12.5
kHz channel bandwidth must meet the requirements of Emis-
sion Mask D, and equipment designed to operate with a 6.25
kHz channel bandwidth must meet the requirements of Emis-
sion Mask E.
3
Equipment used in this band licensed to EA or non-EA
systems shall comply with the emission mask provisions of
§90.691.
(a) Emission Mask A. F or transmi tters
uti l i zi ng J 3E emi ssi on, the carri er
must be at l east 40 dB bel ow the peak
envel ope power and the power of emi s-
si ons must be reduced bel ow the output
power (P i n watts) of the transmi tter
as fol l ows:
(1) On any frequency removed from
the assi gned frequency by more than 50
percent, but not more than 150 percent
of the authori zed bandwi dth: At l east
25 dB.
(2) On any frequency removed from
the assi gned frequency by more than
150 percent, but not more than 250 per-
cent of the authori zed bandwi dth: At
l east 35 dB.
(3) On any frequency removed from
the assi gned frequency by more than
250 percent of the authori zed band-
wi dth: At l east 43 + 10 l og P dB.
(b) Emission Mask B. F or transmi tters
that are equi pped wi th an audi o l ow-
pass fi l ter pursuant to §90.211(a), the
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power of any emi ssi on must be bel ow
the unmodul ated carri er power (P) as
fol l ows:
(1) On any frequency removed from
the assi gned frequency by more than 50
percent, but not more than 100 percent
of the authori zed bandwi dth: At l east
25 dB.
(2) On any frequency removed from
the assi gned frequency by more than
100 percent, but not more than 250 per-
cent of the authori zed bandwi dth: At
l east 35 dB.
(3) On any frequency removed from
the assi gned frequency by more than
250 percent of the authori zed band-
wi dth: At l east 43 + 10 l og (P) dB.
(c) Emission Mask C. F or transmi tters
that are not equi pped wi th an audi o
l ow-pass fi l ter pursuant to §90.211(b),
the power of any emi ssi on must be at-
tenuated bel ow the unmodul ated car-
ri er output power (P) as fol l ows:
(1) On any frequency removed from
the center of the authori zed bandwi dth
by a di spl acement frequency (fd i n kHz)
of more than 5 kHz, but not more than
10 kHz: At l east 83 l og (fd/5) dB;
(2) On any frequency removed from
the center of the authori zed bandwi dth
by a di spl acement frequency (fd i n kHz)
of more than 10 kHz, but not more than
250 percent of the authori zed band-
wi dth: At l east 29 l og (fd
2
/11) dB or 50
dB, whi chever i s the l esser attenu-
ati on;
(3) On any frequency removed from
the center of the authori zed bandwi dth
by more than 250 percent of the author-
i zed bandwi dth: At l east 43 + 10 l og (P)
dB.
(d) Emission Mask D— 12.5 kHz channel
bandwidth equipment. F or transmi tters
desi gned to operate wi th a 12.5 kHz
channel bandwi dth, any emi ssi on must
be attenuated bel ow the power (P) of
the hi ghest emi ssi on contai ned wi thi n
the authori zed bandwi dth as fol l ows:
(1) On any frequency from the center
of the authori zed bandwi dth f0 to 5.625
kHz removed from f0: Zero dB.
(2) On any frequency removed from
the center of the authori zed bandwi dth
by a di spl acement frequency (fd i n kHz)
of more than 5.625 kHz but no more
than 12.5 kHz: At l east 7.27(fd ¥2.88
kHz) dB.
(3) On any frequency removed from
the center of the authori zed bandwi dth
by a di spl acement frequency (fd i n kHz)
of more than 12.5 kHz: At l east 50 + 10
l og (P) dB or 70 dB, whi chever i s the
l esser attenuati on.
(4) The reference l evel for showi ng
compl i ance wi th the emi ssi on mask
shal l be establ i shed usi ng a resol uti on
bandwi dth suffi ci entl y wi de (usual l y
two to three ti mes the channel band-
wi dth) to capture the true peak emi s-
si on of the equi pment under test. I n
order to show compl i ance wi th the
emi ssi ons mask up to and i ncl udi ng 50
kHz removed from the edge of the au-
thori zed bandwi dth, adj ust the resol u-
ti on bandwi dth to 100 Hz wi th the
measuri ng i nstrument i n a peak hol d
mode. A suffi ci ent number of sweeps
must be measured to i nsure that the
emi ssi on profi l e i s devel oped. I f vi deo
fi l teri ng i s used, i ts bandwi dth must
not be l ess than the i nstrument resol u-
ti on bandwi dth. F or emi ssi ons beyond
50 kHz from the edge of the authori zed
bandwi dth, see paragraph (m) of thi s
secti on. I f i t can be shown that use of
the above i nstrumentati on setti ngs do
not accuratel y represent the true i n-
terference potenti al of the equi pment
under test, then an al ternate procedure
may be used provi ded pri or Commi s-
si on approval i s obtai ned.
(e) Emission Mask E— 6.25 kHz or less
channel bandwidth equipment. F or
transmi tters desi gned to operate wi th
a 6.25 kHz or l ess bandwi dth, any emi s-
si on must be attenuated bel ow the
power (P) of the hi ghest emi ssi on con-
tai ned wi thi n the authori zed band-
wi dth as fol l ows:
(1) On any frequency from the center
of the authori zed bandwi dth f0 to 3.0
kHz removed from f0: Zero dB.
(2) On any frequency removed from
the center of the authori zed bandwi dth
by a di spl acement frequency (fd i n kHz)
of more than 3.0 kHz but no more than
4.6 kHz: At l east 30 + 16.67(fd ¥3 kHz) or
55 + 10 l og (P) or 65 dB, whi chever i s the
l esser attenuati on.
(3) On any frequency removed from
the center of the authori zed bandwi dth
by more than 4.6 kHz: At l east 55 + 10
l og (P) or 65 dB, whi chever i s the l esser
attenuati on.
(4) The reference l evel for showi ng
compl i ance wi th the emi ssi on mask
shal l be establ i shed usi ng a resol uti on
bandwi dth suffi ci entl y wi de (usual l y
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two to three ti mes the channel band-
wi dth) to capture the true peak emi s-
si on of the equi pment under test. I n
order to show compl i ance wi th the
emi ssi ons mask up to and i ncl udi ng 50
kHz removed from the edge of the au-
thori zed bandwi dth, adj ust the resol u-
ti on bandwi dth to 100 Hz wi th the
measuri ng i nstrument i n a peak hol d
mode. A suffi ci ent number of sweeps
must be measured to i nsure that the
emi ssi on profi l e i s devel oped. I f vi deo
fi l teri ng i s used, i ts bandwi dth must
not be l ess than the i nstrument resol u-
ti on bandwi dth. F or emi ssi ons beyond
50 kHz from the edge of the authori zed
bandwi dth, see paragraph (m) of thi s
secti on. I f i t can be shown that use of
the above i nstrumentati on setti ngs do
not accuratel y represent the true i n-
terference potenti al of the equi pment
under test, then an al ternate procedure
may be used provi ded pri or Commi s-
si on approval i s obtai ned.
(f) Emission Mask F. F or transmi tters
operati ng i n the 220–222 MHz frequency
band, any emi ssi on must be attenuated
bel ow the power (P) of the hi ghest
emi ssi on contai ned wi thi n the author-
i zed bandwi dth as fol l ows:
(1) On any frequency from the center
of the authori zed bandwi dth fo to the
edge of the authori zed bandwi dth fe:
Zero dB.
(2) On any frequency removed from
the center of the authori zed bandwi dth
by a di spl acement frequency (fd i n kHz)
of more than 2 kHz up to and i ncl udi ng
3.75 kHz: 30 + 20(fd -2) dB or 55 + 10 l og
(P), or 65 dB, whi chever i s the l esser at-
tenuati on.
(3) On any frequency beyond 3.75 kHz
removed from the center of the author-
i zed bandwi dth fd: At l east 55 + 10 l og
(P) dB.
(g) Emission Mask G. F or transmi tters
that are not equi pped wi th an audi o
l ow-pass fi l ter pursuant to §90.211(b),
the power of any emi ssi on must be at-
tenuated bel ow the unmodul ated car-
ri er power (P) as fol l ows:
(1) On any frequency removed from
the center of the authori zed bandwi dth
by a di spl acement frequency (fd i n kHz)
of more than 5 kHz, but no more than
10 kHz: At l east 83 l og (fd/5) dB;
(2) On any frequency removed from
the center of the authori zed bandwi dth
by a di spl acement frequency (fd i n kHz)
of more than 10 kHz, but no more than
250 percent of the authori zed band-
wi dth: At l east 116 l og (fd/6.1) dB, or 50
+ 10 l og (P) dB, or 70 dB, whi chever i s
the l esser attenuati on;
(3) On any frequency removed from
the center of the authori zed bandwi dth
by more than 250 percent of the author-
i zed bandwi dth: At l east 43 + 10 l og (P)
dB.
(h) Emission Mask H. F or transmi tters
that are not equi pped wi th an audi o
l ow-pass fi l ter pursuant to §90.211(b),
the power of any emi ssi on must be at-
tenuated bel ow the unmodul ated car-
ri er power (P) as fol l ows:
(1) On any frequency removed from
the center of the authori zed bandwi dth
by a di spl acement frequency (fd i n kHz)
of 4 kHz or l ess: Zero dB.
(2) On any frequency removed from
the center of the authori zed bandwi dth
by a di spl acement frequency (fd i n kHz)
of more than 4 kHz, but no more than
8.5 kHz: At l east 107 l og (fd/4) dB;
(3) On any frequency removed from
the center of the authori zed bandwi dth
by a di spl acement frequency (fd i n kHz)
of more than 8.5 kHz, but no more than
15 kHz: At l east 40.5 l og (fd/1.16) dB;
(4) On any frequency removed from
the center of the authori zed bandwi dth
by a di spl acement frequency (fd i n kHz)
of more than 15 kHz, but no more than
25 kHz: At l east 116 l og (fd/6.1) dB;
(5) On any frequency removed from
the center of the authori zed bandwi dth
by more than 25 kHz: At l east 43 + l og
(P) dB.
(i ) Emission Mask I . F or transmi tters
that are equi pped wi th an audi o l ow
pass fi l ter pursuant to §90.211(a), the
power of any emi ssi on must be attenu-
ated bel ow the unmodul ated carri er
power of the transmi tter (P) as fol l ows:
(1) On any frequency removed from
the center of the authori zed bandwi dth
by a di spl acement frequency of more
than 6.8 kHz, but no more than 9.0 kHz:
At l east 25 dB;
(2) On any frequency removed from
the center of the authori zed bandwi dth
by a di spl acement frequency of more
than 9.0 kHz, but no more than 15 kHz:
At l east 35 dB;
(3) On any frequency removed from
the center of the authori zed bandwi dth
by a di spl acement frequency of more
than 15 kHz: At l east 43 + 10 l og (P) dB,
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or 70 dB, whi chever i s the l esser at-
tenuati on.
(j ) Emission Mask J . F or transmi tters
that are not equi pped wi th an audi o
l ow-pass fi l ter pursuant to §90.211(b),
the power of any emi ssi on must be at-
tenuated bel ow the unmodul ated car-
ri er power of the transmi tter (P) as fol -
l ows:
(1) On any frequency removed from
the center of the authori zed bandwi dth
by a di spl acement frequency (fd i n kHz)
of more than 2.5 kHz, but no more than
6.25 kHz: At l east 53 l og (fd/2.5) dB;
(2) On any frequency removed from
the center of the authori zed bandwi dth
by a di spl acement frequency (fd i n kHz)
of more than 6.25 kHz, but no more
than 9.5 kHz: At l east 103 l og (fd/3.9) dB;
(3) On any frequency removed from
the center of the authori zed bandwi dth
by a di spl acement frequency (fd i n kHz)
of more than 9.5 kHz: At l east 157 l og
(fd/5.3) dB, or 50 + 10 l og (P) dB or 70 dB,
whi chever i s the l esser attenuati on.
(k) Emission Mask K— (1) Wideband
multilateration transmitters. F or trans-
mi tters authori zed under subpart M to
provi de forward or reverse l i nks i n a
mul ti l aterati on system i n the subbands
904–909.75 MHz, 921.75–927.25 MHz and
919.75–921.75 MHz, and whi ch transmi t
an emi ssi on occupyi ng more than 50
kHz bandwi dth: i n any 100 kHz band,
the center frequency of whi ch i s re-
moved from the center of authori zed
sub-band(s) by more than 50 percent of
the authori zed bandwi dth, the power of
emi ssi ons shal l be attenuated bel ow
the transmi tter output power, as speci -
fi ed by the fol l owi ng equati on, but i n
no case l ess than 31 dB:
A=16+0.4 (D¥50)+10 l og B (attenuati on
greater than 66 dB i s not requi red)
Where:
A=attenuati on (i n deci bel s) bel ow the maxi -
mum permi tted output power l evel
D=di spl acement of the center frequency of
the measurement bandwi dth from the cen-
ter frequency of the authori zed sub-band,
expressed as a percentage of the authori zed
bandwi dth B
B=authori zed bandwi dth i n megahertz.
(2) Narrowband forward link transmit-
ters. F or L MS mul ti l aterati on
narrowband forward l i nk transmi tters
operati ng i n the 927.25–928 MHz fre-
quency band the power of any emi ssi on
shal l be attenuated bel ow the trans-
mi tter output power (P) i n accordance
wi th fol l owi ng schedul e:
On any frequency outsi de the author-
i zed sub-band and removed from the
edge of the authori zed sub-band by a
di spl acement frequency (fd i n kHz): at
l east 116 l og ((fd+10)/6.1) dB or 50 + 10
l og (P) dB or 70 dB, whi chever i s the
l esser attenuati on.
(3) Other transmitters. F or al l other
transmi tters authori zed under Subpart
M, the peak power of any emi ssi on
shal l be attenuated bel ow the power of
the hi ghest emi ssi on contai ned wi thi n
the l i censee’s L MS sub-band i n accord-
ance wi th the fol l owi ng schedul e:
(i ) On any frequency wi thi n the au-
thori zed bandwi dth: Zero dB;
(i i ) On any frequency outsi de the l i -
censee’s L MS sub-band edges:
55+10l og(P) dB where (P) i s the hi ghest
emi ssi on (watts) of the transmi tter i n-
si de the l i censee’s L MS sub-band.
(4) The resol uti on bandwi dth of the
i nstrumentati on used to measure the
emi ssi on power shal l be 100 kHz, except
that, i n regard to paragraph (2) of thi s
secti on, a mi ni mum spectrum anal yzer
resol uti on bandwi dth of 300 Hz shal l be
used for measurement center fre-
quenci es wi thi n 1 MHz of the edge of
the authori zed subband. I f a vi deo fi l ter
i s used, i ts bandwi dth shal l not be l ess
than the resol uti on bandwi dth.
(5) Emi ssi on power shal l be measured
i n peak val ues.
(6) The L MS sub-band edges for non-
mul ti l aterati on systems for whi ch
emi ssi ons must be attenuated are
902.00, 904.00, 909.5 and 921.75 MHz.
(l ) Other frequency bands. Transmi t-
ters desi gned for operati on under thi s
part on frequenci es other than l i sted i n
thi s secti on must meet the emi ssi on
mask requi rements of Emi ssi on Mask
B. Equi pment operati ng under thi s part
on frequenci es al l ocated to but shared
wi th the F ederal Government, must
meet the appl i cabl e F ederal Govern-
ment techni cal standards.
(m) I nstrumentation. The reference
l evel for showi ng compl i ance wi th the
emi ssi on mask shal l be establ i shed, ex-
cept as i ndi cated i n §§90.210 (d), (e), and
(k), usi ng standard engi neeri ng prac-
ti ces for the modul ati on characteri sti c
used by the equi pment under test.
When measuri ng emi ssi ons i n the 150–
174 MHz and 421–512 MHz the fol l owi ng
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procedures wi l l appl y. A suffi ci ent
number of sweeps must be measured to
i nsure that the emi ssi on profi l e i s de-
vel oped. I f vi deo fi l teri ng i s used, i ts
bandwi dth must not be l ess than the
i nstrument resol uti on bandwi dth. F or
frequenci es more than 50 kHz removed
from the edge of the authori zed band-
wi dth a resol uti on of at l east 10 kHz
must be used for frequenci es bel ow 1000
MHz. Above 1000 MHz the resol uti on
bandwi dth of the i nstrumentati on
must be at l east 1 MHz. I f i t can be
shown that use of the above i nstrumen-
tati on setti ngs do not accuratel y rep-
resent the true i nterference potenti al
of the equi pment under test, then an
al ternate procedure may be used pro-
vi ded pri or Commi ssi on approval i s ob-
tai ned.
[60 F R 37264, J ul y 19, 1995, as amended at 61
F R 4235, F eb. 5, 1996; 61 F R 6155, F eb. 16, 1996;
61 F R 18986, Apr. 30, 1996; 62 F R 41214, J ul y 31,
1997; 62 F R 52044, Oct. 6, 1997]
§90.211 Modulation requirements.
Each transmi tter must meet the re-
qui rements of ei ther paragraph (a) or
(b) of thi s secti on. The requi rements of
thi s paragraph do not appl y to mobi l e
stati ons that are authori zed to operate
wi th a maxi mum power output of 2
watts or l ess.
(a) Transmi tters uti l i zi ng anal og
emi ssi ons that are equi pped wi th an
audi o l ow-pass fi l ter must meet the
emi ssi on l i mi tati ons speci fi ed i n
§90.210. Testi ng must be i n accordance
wi th the rul es speci fi ed i n part 2 of thi s
chapter.
(b) Transmi tters uti l i zi ng di gi tal or
anal og emi ssi ons wi thout an audi o l ow-
pass fi l ter must be tested for certi fi -
cati on usi ng the di gi tal or anal og mod-
ul ati ng si gnal or si gnal s speci fi ed by
the part 2 of thi s chapter. The certi fi -
cati on appl i cati on must contai n such
i nformati on as may be necessary to
demonstrate that the transmi tter com-
pl i es wi th the emi ssi on l i mi tati ons
speci fi ed i n §90.210.
[60 F R 37266, J ul y 19, 1995, as amended at 62
F R 2039, J an. 15, 1997; 63 F R 36610, J ul y 7,
1998]
EF F ECTI VE DATE NOTE: At 63 F R 36610,
J ul y 7, 1998, §90.211 was amended i n para-
graph (b) by removi ng the term ‘‘type ac-
ceptance’’ each pl ace i t appears and addi ng
i n i ts pl ace ‘‘certi fi cati on’’, effecti ve Oct. 5,
1998.
§90.212 Provisions relating to the use
of scrambling devices and digital
voice modulation.
(a) Anal og scrambl i ng techni ques
may be empl oyed at any stati on au-
thori zed the use of A3E, F 3E, or G3E
emi ssi on, subj ect to the provi si on of
paragraph (d) of thi s secti on.
(b) The use of di gi tal scrambl i ng
techni ques or di gi tal voi ce modul ati on
requi res the speci fi c authori zati on of
F 1E or G1E emi ssi on, and these emi s-
si ons wi l l onl y be authori zed subj ect to
the provi si ons of paragraph (d) of thi s
secti on.
(c) The transmi ssi on of any non-voi ce
i nformati on or data under the author-
i zati on of F 1E or G1E emi ssi on i s pro-
hi bi ted. However, stati ons authori zed
the use of F 1E or G1E emi ssi on may
al so be authori zed F 1D, F 2D, G1D or
G2D emi ssi on for non-voi ce commu-
ni cati on purposes, pursuant to para-
graph (k) of §90.207.
(d) Stati on i denti fi cati on shal l be
transmi tted i n the unscrambl ed anal og
mode (cl ear voi ce) or Morse code i n ac-
cordance wi th the provi si ons of §90.425.
Al l di gi tal encodi ng and di gi tal modu-
l ati on shal l be di sabl ed duri ng stati on
i denti fi cati on.
[43 F R 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, as amended at 47
F R 15340, Apr. 9, 1982; 49 F R 48711, Dec. 14,
1984]
§90.213 Frequency stability.
(a) Unl ess noted el sewhere, transmi t-
ters used i n the servi ces governed by
thi s part must have a mi ni mum fre-
quency stabi l i ty as speci fi ed i n the fol -
l owi ng tabl e.
MINIMUM FREQUENCY STABILITY
[Parts per million (ppm)]
Frequency range (MHz)
Fixed and
base stations
Mobile stations
Over 2
watts
output
power
2 watts
or less
output
power
Below 25 ......................
1,2,3
100 100 200
25–50 20 20 50
72–76 ........................... 5 .............. 50
150–174 .......................
5,11
5
6
5
4,6
50
220–222
12
.................... 0.1 1.5 1.5
421–512 .......................
7,11,14
2.5
8
5
8
5
806–821 .......................
14
1.5 2.5 2.5
821–824 .......................
14
1.0 1.5 1.5
851–866 ....................... 1.5 2.5 2.5
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MINIMUM FREQUENCY STABILITY—Continued
[Parts per million (ppm)]
Frequency range (MHz)
Fixed and
base stations
Mobile stations
Over 2
watts
output
power
2 watts
or less
output
power
866–869 ....................... 1.0 1.5 1.5
896–901 .......................
14
0.1 1.5 1.5
902–928 ....................... 2.5 2.5 2.5
902–928
13
.................... 2.5 2.5 2.5
929–930 ....................... 1.5 .............. ..............
935–940 ....................... 0.1 1.5 1.5
1427–1435 ...................
9
300 300 300
Above 2450
10
.............. ...................... .............. ..............
1
Fixed and base stations with over 200 watts transmitter
power must have a frequency stability of 50 ppm except for
equipment used in the Public Safety Pool where the fre-
quency stability is 100 ppm.
2
For single sideband operations below 25 MHz, the carrier
frequency must be maintained within 50 Hz of the authorized
carrier frequency.
3
Travelers information station transmitters operating from
530–1700 kHz and transmitters exceeding 200 watts peak en-
velope power used for disaster communications and long dis-
tance circuit operations pursuant to §§90.242 and 90.264
must maintain the carrier frequency to within 20 Hz of the au-
thorized frequency.
4
Stations operating in the 154.45 to 154.49 MHz or the
173.2 to 173.4 MHz bands must have a frequency stability of
5 ppm.
5
In the 150–174 MHz band, fixed and base stations with a
12.5 kHz channel bandwidth must have a frequency stability
of 2.5 ppm. Fixed and base stations with a 6.25 kHz channel
bandwidth must have a frequency stability of 1.0 ppm.
6
In the 150–174 MHz band, mobile stations designed to op-
erate with a 12.5 kHz channel bandwidth or designed to oper-
ate on a frequency specifically designated for itinerant use or
designed for low-power operation of two watts or less, must
have a frequency stability of 5.0 ppm. Mobile stations de-
signed to operate with a 6.25 kHz channel bandwidth must
have a frequency stability of 2.0 ppm.
7
In the 421–512 MHz band, fixed and base stations with a
12.5 kHz channel bandwidth must have a frequency stability
of 1.5 ppm. Fixed and base stations with a 6.25 kHz channel
bandwidth must have a frequency stability of 0.5 ppm.
8
In the 421–512 MHz band, mobile stations designed to op-
erate with a 12.5 kHz channel bandwidth must have a fre-
quency stability of 2.5 ppm. Mobile stations designed to oper-
ate with a 6.25 kHz channel bandwidth must have a fre-
quency stability of 1.0 ppm.
9
Fixed stations with output powers above 120 watts and
necessary bandwidth less than 3 kHz must operate with a fre-
quency stability of 100 ppm. Fixed stations with output powers
less than 120 watts and using time-division multiplex, must
operate with a frequency stability of 500 ppm.
10
Frequency stability to be specified in the station author-
ization.
11
Paging transmitters operating on paging-only frequencies
must operate with frequency stability of 5 ppm in the 150–174
MHz band and 2.5 ppm in the 421–512 MHz band.
12
Mobile units may utilize synchronizing signals from asso-
ciated base stations to achieve the specified carrier stability.
13
Fixed non-multilateration transmitters with an authorized
bandwidth that is more than 40 kHz from the band edge,
intermittently operated hand-held readers, and mobile tran-
sponders are not subject to frequency tolerance restrictions.
14
Control stations may operate with the frequency tolerance
specified for associated mobile frequencies.
(b) F or the purpose of determi ni ng
the frequency stabi l i ty l i mi ts, the
power of a transmi tter i s consi dered to
be the maxi mum rated output power as
speci fi ed by the manufacturer.
[60 F R 37266, J ul y 19, 1995, as amended at 61
F R 4235, F eb. 5, 1996; 61 F R 18986, Apr. 30,
1996; 61 F R 38403, J ul y 24, 1996; 62 F R 2040,
J an. 15, 1997; 62 F R 18927, Apr. 17, 1997]
§90.214 Transient frequency behavior.
Transmi tters desi gned to operate i n
the 150–174 MHz and 421–512 MHz fre-
quency bands must mai ntai n transi ent
frequenci es wi thi n the maxi mum fre-
quency di fference l i mi ts duri ng the
ti me i nterval s i ndi cated:
Time intervals
1, 2
Maximum frequency
difference
3
All equipment
150 to 174 MHz
421 to 512
MHz
Transient Frequency Behavior for Equipment Designed to Operate on 25 kHz Channels
t1
4
.............................................................................................. ± 25.0 kHz 5.0 ms 10.0 ms
t2 ................................................................................................ ± 12.5 kHz 20.0 ms 25.0 ms
t3
4
.............................................................................................. ± 25.0 kHz 5.0 ms 10.0 ms
Transient Frequency Behavior for Equipment Designed to Operate on 12.5 kHz Channels
t1
4
.............................................................................................. ± 12.5 kHz 5.0 ms 10.0 ms
t2 ................................................................................................ ± 6.25 kHz 20.0 ms 25.0 ms
t3
4
.............................................................................................. ± 12.5 kHz 5.0 ms 10.0 ms
Transient Frequency Behavior for Equipment Designed to Operate on 6.25 kHz Channels
t1
4
.............................................................................................. ± 6.25 kHz 5.0 ms 10.0 ms
t2 ................................................................................................ ± 3.125 kHz 20.0 ms 25.0 ms
t3
4
.............................................................................................. ± 6.25 kHz 5.0 ms 10.0 ms
1
t on is the instant when a 1 kHz test signal is completely suppressed, including any capture time due to phasing.
t 1 is the time period immediately following ton.
t2 is the time period immediately following t1.
t3 is the time period from the instant when the transmitter is turned off until toff.
toff is the instant when the 1 kHz test signal starts to rise.
2
During the time from the end of t2 to the beginning of t3, the frequency difference must not exceed the limits specified in
§90.213.
3
Difference between the actual transmitter frequency and the assigned transmitter frequency.
4
If the transmitter carrier output power rating is 6 watts or less, the frequency difference during this time period may exceed
the maximum frequency difference for this time period.
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Federal Communications Commission §90.217
[62 F R 2040, J an. 15, 1997]
§90.215 Transmitter measurements.
(a) The l i censee of each stati on shal l
empl oy a sui tabl e procedure to deter-
mi ne that the carri er frequency of each
transmi tter authori zed to operate wi th
an output power i n excess of two watts
i s mai ntai ned wi thi n the tol erence pre-
scri bed i n §90.213. Thi s determi nati on
shal l be made, and the resul ts entered
i n the stati on records i n accordance
wi th the fol l owi ng:
(1) When the transmi tter i s i ni ti al l y
i nstal l ed;
(2) When any change i s made i n the
transmi tter whi ch may affect the car-
ri er frequency or i ts stabi l i ty.
(b) The l i censee of each stati on shal l
empl oy a sui tabl e procedure to deter-
mi ne that each transmi tter authori zed
to operate wi th an output power i n ex-
cess of two watts does not exceed the
maxi mum fi gure speci fi ed on the cur-
rent stati on authori zati on. On author-
i zati ons stati ng onl y the i nput power
to the fi nal radi ofrequency stage, the
maxi mum permi ssi bl e output power i s
75 percent for frequenci es bel ow 25 MHz
and 60 percent of the i nput power for
frequenci es above 25 MHz. I f a non-DC
fi nal radi ofrequency stage i s uti l i zed,
then the output power shal l not exceed
75 percent of the i nput power. Thi s de-
termi nati on shal l be made, and the re-
sul ts thereof entered i nto the stati on
records, i n accordance wi th the fol l ow-
i ng:
(1) When the transmi tter i s i ni ti al l y
i nstal l ed;
(2) When any change i s made i n the
transmi tter whi ch may i ncrease the
transmi tter power i nput.
(c) The l i censee of each stati on shal l
empl oy a sui tabl e procedure to deter-
mi ne that the modul ati on of each
transmi tter, whi ch i s authori zed to op-
erate wi th an output power i n excess of
two watts, does not exceed the l i mi ts
speci fi ed i n thi s part. Thi s determi na-
ti on shal l be made and the fol l owi ng
resul ts entered i n the stati on records,
i n accordance wi th the fol l owi ng:
(1) When the transmi tter i s i ni ti al l y
i nstal l ed;
(2) When any change i s made i n the
transmi tter whi ch may affect the mod-
ul ati on characteri sti cs.
(d) The determi nati ons requi red by
paragraphs (a), (b), and (c) of thi s sec-
ti on may, at the opi ni on of the l i -
censee, be made by a qual i fi ed engi -
neeri ng measurement servi ce, i n whi ch
case the requi red record entri es shal l
show the name and address of the engi -
neeri ng measurement servi ce as wel l as
the name of the person maki ng the
measurements.
(e) I n the case of mobi l e transmi t-
ters, the determi nati ons requi red by
paragraphs (a) and (c) of thi s secti on
may be made at a test or servi ce bench:
Provided, That the measurements are
made under l oad condi ti ons equi val ent
to actual operati ng condi ti ons; and
provi ded further, that after i nstal l a-
ti on i n the mobi l e uni t the transmi tter
i s gi ven a routi ne check to determi ne
that i t i s capabl e of bei ng recei ved
sati sfactorl y by an appropri ate re-
cei ver.
§90.217 Exemption from technical
standards.
Except as noted herei n, transmi tters
used at stati ons l i censed bel ow 800 MHz
on any frequency l i sted i n subparts B
and C of thi s part or l i censed on a busi -
ness category channel above 800 MHz
whi ch have an output power not ex-
ceedi ng 120 mi l l i watts are exempt from
the techni cal requi rements set out i n
thi s subpart, but must i nstead compl y
wi th the fol l owi ng:
(a) F or equi pment desi gned to oper-
ate wi th a 25 kHz channel bandwi dth,
the sum of the bandwi dth occupi ed by
the emi tted si gnal pl us the bandwi dth
requi red for frequency stabi l i ty shal l
be adj usted so that any emi ssi on ap-
peari ng on a frequency 40 kHz or more
removed from the assi gned frequency i s
attenuated at l east 30 dB bel ow the
unmodul ated carri er.
(b) F or equi pment desi gned to oper-
ate wi th a 12.5 kHz channel bandwi dth,
the sum of the bandwi dth occupi ed by
the emi tted si gnal pl us the bandwi dth
requi red for frequency stabi l i ty shal l
be adj usted so that any emi ssi on ap-
peari ng on a frequency 25 kHz or more
removed from the assi gned frequency i s
attenuated at l east 30 dB bel ow the
unmodul ated carri er.
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47 CFR Ch. I (10–1–98 Edition) §90.219
(c) F or equi pment desi gned to oper-
ate wi th a 6.25 kHz channel bandwi dth,
the sum of the bandwi dth occupi ed by
the emi tted si gnal pl us the bandwi dth
requi red for frequency stabi l i ty shal l
be adj usted so that any emi ssi on ap-
peari ng on a frequency 12.5 kHz or
more removed from the assi gned fre-
quency i s attenuated at l east 30 dB
bel ow the unmodul ated carri er.
(d) Transmi tters may be operated i n
the conti nuous carri er transmi t mode.
[60 F R 37267, J ul y 19, 1995, as amended at 62
F R 2041, J an. 15, 1997; 62 F R 18927, Apr. 17,
1997]
§90.219 Use of signal boosters.
L i censees authori zed to operate radi o
systems i n the frequency bands above
150 MHz may empl oy si gnal boosters at
fi xed l ocati ons i n accordance wi th the
fol l owi ng cri teri a:
(a) The ampl i fi ed si gnal i s re-
transmi tted onl y on the exact fre-
quency(i es) of the ori gi nati ng base,
fi xed, mobi l e, or portabl e stati on(s).
The booster wi l l fi l l i n onl y weak si g-
nal areas and cannot extend the sys-
tem’s normal si gnal coverage area.
(b) Cl ass A narrowband si gnal boost-
ers must be equi pped wi th automati c
gai n control ci rcui try whi ch wi l l l i mi t
the total effecti ve radi ated power
(ERP) of the uni t to a maxi mum of 5
watts under al l condi ti ons. Cl ass B
broadband si gnal boosters are l i mi ted
to 5 watts ERP for each authori zed fre-
quency that the booster i s desi gned to
ampl i fy.
(c) Cl ass A narrowband boosters must
meet the out-of-band emi ssi on l i mi ts of
§90.209 for each narrowband channel
that the booster i s desi gned to ampl i fy.
Cl ass B broadband si gnal boosters must
meet the emi ssi on l i mi ts of §90.209 for
frequenci es outsi de of the booster’s de-
si gn passband.
(d) Cl ass B broadband si gnal boosters
are permi tted to be used onl y i n con-
fi ned or i ndoor areas such as bui l di ngs,
tunnel s, underground areas, etc., or i n
remote areas, i .e., areas where there i s
l i ttl e or no ri sk of i nterference to other
users.
(e) The l i censee i s gi ven authori ty to
operate si gnal boosters wi thout sepa-
rate authori zati on from the Commi s-
si on. Certi fi cated equi pment must be
empl oyed and the l i censee must ensure
that al l appl i cabl e rul e requi rements
are met.
(f) L i censees empl oyi ng ei ther Cl ass
A narrowband or Cl ass B broadband
si gnal boosters as defi ned i n §90.7 are
responsi bl e for correcti ng any harmful
i nterference that the equi pment may
cause to other systems. Normal co-
channel transmi ssi ons wi l l not be con-
si dered as harmful i nterference. L i -
censees wi l l be requi red to resol ve i n-
terference probl ems pursuant to
§90.173(b).
[61 F R 31052, J une 19, 1996, as amended at 63
F R 36610, J ul y 7, 1998]
EF F ECTI VE DATE NOTE: At 63 F R 36610,
J ul y 7, 1998, §90.219 was amended i n para-
graph (e) by removi ng the term ‘‘type-ac-
cepted’’ and addi ng i n i ts pl ace ‘‘certi fi -
cated’’, effecti ve Oct. 5, 1998.
Subpart J—Non-Voice and Other
Specialized Operations
§90.231 Scope.
Thi s subpart sets forth requi rements
and standards for l i censi ng and oper-
ati on of non-voi ce and other speci al -
i zed radi o uses (other than radi o-
l ocati on). Such uses i ncl ude secondary
si gnal i ng, tel emetry, radi otel epri nter,
radi ofacsi mi l e, automati c vehi cl e mon-
i tori ng (AVM), radi o cal l box, rel ay, ve-
hi cul ar repeater, and control stati on
operati ons.
§90.233 Base/mobile non-voice oper-
ations.
The use of A1D, A2D, F 1D, F 2D, G1D,
or G2D emi ssi on may be authori zed to
base/mobi l e operati ons i n accordance
wi th the fol l owi ng l i mi tati ons and re-
qui rements.
(a) L i censees empl oyi ng non-voi ce
communi cati ons are not rel i eved of
thei r responsi bi l i ty to cooperate i n the
shared use of l and mobi l e radi o chan-
nel s. See al so §§90.403 and 90.173(a) and
(b).
(b) Authori zati on for non-voi ce emi s-
si on may be granted onl y on fre-
quenci es subj ect to the coordi nati on
requi rements set forth i n §90.175. Non-
voi ce operati ons on frequenci es not
subj ect to these requi rements are per-
mi tted onl y a secondary basi s to voi ce
communi cati ons.
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Federal Communications Commission §90.237
(c) Provi si ons of thi s secti on do not
appl y to authori zati ons for pagi ng, te-
l emetry, radi ol ocati on, AVM,
radi otel epri nter, radi o cal l box oper-
ati ons, or authori zati ons granted pur-
suant to subpart T of thi s part.
[48 F R 2794, F eb. 3, 1983, as amended at 49 F R
48711, Dec. 14, 1984; 56 F R 19602, Apr. 29, 1991]
§90.235 Secondary fixed signaling op-
erations.
F i xed operati ons may, subj ect to the
fol l owi ng condi ti ons, be authori zed on
a secondary basi s for voi ce, tone or i m-
pul se si gnal i ng on a l i censee’s mobi l e
servi ce frequency(i es) above 25 MHz
wi thi n the area normal l y covered by
the l i censee’s mobi l e system. Voi ce si g-
nal i ng wi l l be permi tted onl y i n the
Publ i c Safety Pool .
(a) The bandwi dth shal l not exceed
that authori zed to the l i censee for the
pri mary operati ons on the frequency
concerned.
(b) The output power shal l not exceed
30 watts at the remote si te.
(c) A1D, A2D, F 1D, F 2D, G1D and G2D
emi ssi ons may be authori zed. I n the
Pol i ce Radi o Servi ce, A3E, F 1E, F 2E,
F 3E, G1E, G2E, or G3E emi ssi ons may
al so be authori zed.
(d) Except for those systems covered
under paragraph (e) of thi s secti on, the
maxi mum durati on of any non-voi ce
si gnal i ng transmi ssi on shal l not exceed
2 seconds and shal l not be repeated
more than 3 ti mes. Si gnal i ng trans-
mi ssi ons may be staggered at any i n-
terval or may be conti nuous. I n the
Publ i c Safety Pool , the maxi mum du-
rati on of any voi ce si gnal i ng trans-
mi ssi on shal l not exceed 6 seconds and
shal l not be repeated more than 3
ti mes.
(e) Unti l December 31, 1999, for sys-
tems i n the Publ i c Safety Pool author-
i zed pri or to J une 20, 1975, and Power
and Petrol eum l i censees as defi ned i n
§90.7 authori zed pri or to J une 1, 1976,
the maxi mum durati on of any si gnal -
i ng transmi ssi on shal l not exceed 6 sec-
onds and shal l not be repeated more
than 5 ti mes. F or Power l i censees au-
thori zed between J une 1, 1976, and Au-
gust 14, 1989, si gnal i ng durati on shal l
not exceed 2 seconds and shal l not be
repeated more than 5 ti mes. Such sys-
tems i ncl ude exi sti ng faci l i ti es and ad-
di ti onal faci l i ti es whi ch may be au-
thori zed as a cl ear and di rect expansi on
of exi sti ng faci l i ti es. After December
31, 1999, al l si gnal i ng systems shal l be
requi red to compl y wi th the two second
message durati on and three message
repeti ti on requi rements.
(f) Systems empl oyi ng automati c i n-
terrogati on shal l be l i mi ted to non-
voi ce techni ques and shal l not be acti -
vated for thi s purpose more than 10
seconds out of any 60 second peri od.
Thi s 10 second ti meframe i ncl udes both
transmi t and response ti mes.
(g) Automati c means shal l be pro-
vi ded to deacti vate the transmi tter i n
the event the r.f. carri er remai ns on for
a peri od i n excess of 3 mi nutes or i f a
transmi ssi on for the same si gnal i ng
functi on i s repeated consecuti vel y
more than fi ve ti mes.
(h) F i xed stati ons authori zed pursu-
ant to the provi si ons of thi s secti on are
exempt from the requi rements of
§§90.137(b), 90.425, and 90.429.
(i ) Base, mobi l e, or mobi l e rel ay sta-
ti ons may transmi t secondary si gnal -
i ng transmi ssi ons to recei vers at fi xed
l ocati ons subj ect to the condi ti ons set
forth i n thi s secti on.
(j ) Under the provi si ons of thi s sec-
ti on, a mobi l e servi ce frequency may
not be used excl usi vel y for secondary
si gnal i ng.
(k) The use of secondary si gnal i ng
wi l l not be consi dered i n whol e or i n
part as a j usti fi cati on for authori zi ng
addi ti onal frequenci es i n a l i censee’s
l and mobi l e radi o system.
(l ) Secondary fi xed si gnal i ng oper-
ati ons conducted i n accordance wi th
the provi si ons of §§90.317(a), or
90.637(c), or 90.731 are exempt from the
foregoi ng provi si ons of thi s secti on.
[54 F R 28679, J ul y 7, 1989, as amended at 57
F R 34693, Aug. 6, 1992; 58 F R 30996, May 28,
1993; 60 F R 50123, Sept. 28, 1995; 62 F R 18927,
Apr. 17, 1997]
§90.237 Interim provisions for oper-
ation of radioteleprinter and
radiofacsimile devices.
These provi si ons authori ze and gov-
ern the use of radi otel epri nter and
radi ofacsi mi l e devi ces for base stati on
use (other than on mobi l e-onl y or pag-
i ng-onl y frequenci es) i n al l radi o pool s
and servi ces except Radi ol ocati on i n
thi s part.
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47 CFR Ch. I (10–1–98 Edition) §90.238
(a) I nformati on must be submi tted
wi th an appl i cati on to establ i sh that
the mi ni mum separati on between a
proposed radi otel epri nter or
radi ofacsi mi l e base stati on and the
nearest co-channel base stati on of an-
other l i censee operati ng a voi ce system
i s 120 km. (75 mi .) for a si ngl e fre-
quency mode of operati on, or 56 km. (35
mi .) two frequency mode of operati on.
Where thi s mi ni mum mi l eage separa-
ti on cannot be achi eved, ei ther agree-
ment to the use of F 1B, F 2B, F 3C, G1B,
G2B or G3C emi ssi on must be recei ved
from al l exi sti ng co-channel l i censees
usi ng voi ce emi ssi on wi thi n the appl i -
cabl e mi l eage l i mi ts, or i f agreement
was not recei ved, the l i censee of the
radi otel epri nter or radi ofacsi mi l e sys-
tem i s responsi bl e for el i mi nati ng any
i nterference wi th preexi sti ng voi ce op-
erati ons. New l i censes of voi ce oper-
ati ons wi l l be expected to share equal l y
any frequency occupi ed by establ i shed
radi otel epri nter or radi ofacsi mi l e oper-
ati ons.
(b) The appl i cati on must l i st the
manufacturer and model number of the
radi otel epri nter or radi ofacsi mi l e sys-
tem to be empl oyed, or contai n a de-
tai l ed techni cal descri pti on of the sys-
tem.
(c) Transmi tters certi fi cated under
thi s part for use of G3E or F 3E emi s-
si on may al so be used for F 1B, F 2B,
F 3C, G1B, G2B or G3C emi ssi on for
radi otel epri nter or radi ofacsi mi l e, pro-
vi ded the keyi ng si gnal i s passed
through the l ow pass audi o frequency
fi l ter requi red for G3E or F 3E emi ssi on.
The transmi tter must be so adj usted
and operated that the i nstantaneous
frequency devi ati on does not exceed
the maxi mum val ue al l owed for G3E or
F 3E.
(d) F requenci es wi l l not be assi gned
excl usi vel y for F 1B, F 2B, F 3C, G1B,
G2B or G3C emi ssi on for
radi otel epri nter or radi ofacsi mi l e (ex-
cept where speci fi cal l y provi ded for i n
the frequency l i mi tati ons).
(e) The requi rements i n thi s part ap-
pl i cabl e to the use of G3E or F 3E emi s-
si on are al so appl i cabl e to the use of
F 1B, F 2B, F 3C, G1B, G2B or G3C emi s-
si on for radi otel epri nter and
radi ofacsi mi l e transmi ssi ons.
(f) The stati on i denti fi cati on re-
qui red by §90.425 must be gi ven by
voi ce or Morse code.
(g) F or si ngl e si deband operati ons i n
accordance wi th §90.266, transmi tters
certi fi cated under thi s part for use of
J 3E emi ssi ons may al so be used for A2B
and F 2B emi ssi on for radi otel epri nter
transmi ssi ons. Transmi tters certi fi -
cated under thi s part for use of J 3E
emi ssi ons i n accordance wi th
§§90.63(d)(1), 90.65(c)(1), 90.73(d)(1) and
90.81(d)(13) may al so be used for A1B,
A2B, F 1B, F 2B, J 2B, and A3C emi ssi ons
to provi de standby backup ci rcui ts for
operati onal tel ecommuni cati ons ci r-
cui ts whi ch have been di srupted, where
so authori zed i n other secti ons of thi s
part.
[43 F R 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, as amended at 49
F R 48712, Dec. 14, 1984; 51 F R 14998, Apr. 22,
1986; 62 F R 18927, Apr. 17, 1997; 63 F R 36610,
J ul y 7, 1998]
EF F ECTI VE DATE NOTE: At 63 F R 36610,
J ul y 7, 1998, §90.237 was amended i n para-
graphs (c) and (g) by removi ng the term
‘‘type-accepted’’ each pl ace i t appears and
addi ng i n i ts pl ace ‘‘certi fi cated’’, effecti ve
Oct. 5, 1998.
§90.238 Telemetry operations.
The use of tel emetry i s authori zed
under thi s part on the fol l owi ng fre-
quenci es.
(a) 72–76 MHz (i n accordance wi th
§90.257 and subj ect to the rul es govern-
i ng the use of that band).
(b) 154.45625, 154.46375, 154.47125, and
154.47875 MHz (subj ect to the rul es gov-
erni ng the use of those frequenci es).
(c) 173.20375, 173.210, 173.2375, 173.2625,
173.2875, 173.3125, 173.3375, 173.3625,
173.390, and 173.39625 MHz (subj ect to
the rul es governi ng the use of those
frequenci es).
(d) 216–220 and 1427–1435 MHz (as
avai l abl e i n the Publ i c Safety and I n-
dustri al /Busi ness Pool s and i n accord-
ance wi th §90.259).
(e) I n the 450–470 MHz band, tel em-
etry operati ons wi l l be authori zed on a
secondary basi s wi th a transmi tter
output power not to exceed 2 watts on
frequenci es subj ect to §90.20(d)(27) or
§90.35(c)(30).
(f) 220–222 MHz as avai l abl e under
subpart T of thi s part.
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(g) 450–470 MHz band (as avai l abl e for
secondary fi xed operati ons i n accord-
ance wi th §90.261).
(h) 458–468 MHz band (as avai l abl e i n
the Publ i c Safety Pool for bi o-medi cal
tel emetry operati ons).
(i ) F requenci es avai l abl e for l ow
power (2 watts or l ess) operati ons i n
the I ndustri al /Busi ness Pool .
[44 F R 17183, Mar. 21, 1979, as amended at 46
F R 45955, Sept. 16, 1981; 50 F R 39680, Sept. 30,
1985; 50 F R 40976, Oct. 8, 1985; 56 F R 19603,
Apr. 29, 1991; 60 F R 37268, J ul y 19, 1995; 61 F R
6576, F eb. 21, 1996; 62 F R 18927, Apr. 17, 1997]
§90.239 [Reserved]
§90.241 Radio call box operations.
(a) The frequenci es i n the 72–76 MHz
band l i sted i n §90.257(a)(1) may be as-
si gned i n the Publ i c Safety Pool for op-
erati on or radi o cal l boxes to be used
by the publ i c to request fi re, pol i ce,
ambul ance, road servi ce, and other
emergency assi stance, subj ect to the
fol l owi ng condi ti ons and l i mi tati ons:
(1) Maxi mum transmi tter power wi l l
be ei ther 2.5 watts pl ate i nput to the
fi nal stage or 1 watt output.
(2) Antenna gai n shal l not exceed
zero dBd (referred to a hal f-wave
di pol e) i n any hori zontal di recti on.
(3) Onl y verti cal pol ari zati on of an-
tennas shal l be permi tted.
(4) The antenna and i ts supporti ng
structure must not exceed 6.1 m (20
feet) i n hei ght above the ground.
(5) Onl y A1D, A2D, F 1D, F 2D, G1D, or
G2D emi ssi on shal l be authori zed.
(6) The transmi tter frequency tol er-
ance shal l be 0.005 percent.
(7) Except for test purposes, each
transmi ssi on must be l i mi ted to a max-
i mum of two seconds and shal l not be
automati cal l y repeated more than two
ti mes at spaced i nterval s wi thi n the
fol l owi ng 30 seconds. Thereafter, the
authori zed cycl e may not be reac-
ti vated for one mi nute.
(8) Al l transmi tters i nstal l ed after
December 10, 1970, shal l be furni shed
wi th an automati c means to deacti vate
the transmi tter i n the event the car-
ri er remai ns on for a peri od i n excess of
three mi nutes. The automati c cutoff
system must be desi gned so the trans-
mi tter can be onl y manual l y reac-
ti vated.
(9) F requency sel ecti on must be made
wi th regard to recepti on of tel evi si on
stati ons on channel s 4 (66–72 MHz) and
5 (76–82 MHz) and shoul d mai ntai n the
greatest possi bl e frequency separati on
from ei ther or both of these channel s,
i f they are assi gned i n the area.
(b) [Reserved]
(c) F requenci es i n the 450–470 MHz
band whi ch are desi gnated as avai l abl e
for assi gnment to central control sta-
ti ons and radi o cal l box i nstal l ati ons i n
§90.20(c) or §90.20(d)(58) may be as-
si gned i n the Publ i c Safety Pool for
hi ghway cal l box systems subj ect to
the fol l owi ng requi rements:
(1) Cal l box transmi tters shal l be i n-
stal l ed onl y on l i mi ted access hi ghways
and may communi cate onl y wi th cen-
tral control stati ons of the l i censee.
(2) Maxi mum transmi tter power for
cal l boxes wi l l be ei ther 2.5 watts i nput
to the fi nal ampl i fi er stage or one watt
output. The central control stati on
shal l not exceed 25 watts effecti ve radi -
ated power (ERP).
(3) The hei ght of a cal l box antenna
may not exceed 6.1 meters (20 feet)
above the ground, the natural forma-
ti on, or the exi sti ng man-made struc-
ture (other than an antenna supporti ng
structure) on whi ch i t i s mounted. A
central stati on transmi tti ng antenna,
together wi th i ts supporti ng structure
shal l not exceed 15 m. (50 ft.) above the
ground surface.
(4) Onl y F 1D, F 2D, F 3E, G1D, G2D, or
G3E, emi ssi on may be authori zed for
nonvoi ce si gnal i ng, radi otel ephony,
and mul ti pl exed voi ce and nonvoi ce
use. The provi si ons i n thi s part appl i -
cabl e to the use of F 3E or G3E emi ssi on
are al so appl i cabl e to the use of F 1D,
F 2D, G1D or G2D emi ssi on for cal l box
transmi tters.
(5) The stati on i denti fi cati on re-
qui red by §90.425 shal l be by voi ce and
may be transmi tted for the system
from the central control stati on.
Means shal l be provi ded at each central
control stati on l ocati on to automati -
cal l y i ndi cate the cal l box uni t i denti -
fi er when a cal l box uni t i s acti vated.
(6) Cal l box i nstal l ati ons must be so
desi gned that thei r uni t i denti fi er i s
automati cal l y transmi tted when the
handset i s l i fted.
(7) Each appl i cati on for a cal l box
system must i ncl ude a descri pti on of
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the nonvoi ce transmi tti ng equi pment.
Thi s descri pti on shal l speci fy the char-
acter structure, bi t rate, modul ati ng
tone frequenci es, i denti fi cati on codes,
and the method of modul ati on (i .e., fre-
quency shi ft, tone shi ft, or tone phase
shi ft).
(8) Cal l box i nstal l ati ons may be used
secondari l y for the transmi ssi on of i n-
formati on from roadsi de sensors. Cen-
tral control stati on transmi tters may
be used secondari l y to i nterrogate cal l
box roadsi de sensors and for the trans-
mi ssi on of si gnal s to acti vate roadsi de
si gns.
(9) Each cal l box transmi tter must be
provi ded wi th a ti mer whi ch wi l l auto-
mati cal l y deacti vate the transmi tter
after 2 mi nutes unl ess the central con-
trol stati on operator reacti vates the
ti mer cycl e.
(10) The central control stati on must
i ncl ude faci l i ti es that permi t di rect
control of any cal l box i n the system.
(11) Cal l box transmi tter frequency
tol erance shal l be 0.001 percent.
(12) Transmi tters certi fi cated under
thi s part for use of F 3E or G3E emi s-
si on may be used for F 1D, F 2B, G2B or
G2D emi ssi on provi ded that the audi o
tones or di gi tal data bi ts are passed
through the l ow pass audi o fi l ter re-
qui red to be provi ded i n the transmi t-
ter for F 3E or G3E emi ssi on. The trans-
mi tter must be adj usted and operated
so that the i nstantaneous frequency
devi ati on does not exceed the maxi -
mum val ue al l owed for F 3E or G3E
emi ssi on.
(d) I n addi ti on to the frequenci es
avai l abl e pursuant to §90.20(c) the fre-
quenci es set forth i n §90.20(d)(58) may
be used for central control stati on and
cal l box i nstal l ati ons i n areas where
such frequenci es are avai l abl e for fi xed
system use subj ect to the requi rements
and l i mi tati ons of that secti on and
subj ect to the provi si ons of paragraphs
(c) (1), (4), (5), (6), (7), (8), (9), (10), and
(12) of thi s secti on.
(e) I n accordance wi th subpart Q of
thi s part, the frequenci es avai l abl e pur-
suant to §90.20(c) or §90.20(d)(58) for
central control stati on and cal l box i n-
stal l ati ons may be assi gned for devel -
opmental operati on as part of a hi gh-
way safety communi cati on program
whi ch i s desi gned to provi de radi o com-
muni cati ons di rectl y wi th motori sts to
and from thei r motor vehi cl es.
[43 F R 54791, Nov. 22, 1978; 44 F R 32219, J une
5, 1979; 49 F R 48712, Dec. 14, 1984; 50 F R 39680,
Sept. 30, 1985; 50 F R 40976, Oct. 8, 1985; 54 F R
38681, Sept. 20, 1989; 54 F R 45891, Oct. 31, 1989;
58 F R 44957, Aug. 25, 1993; 62 F R 18927, Apr. 17,
1997; 63 F R 36610, J ul y 7, 1998]
EF F ECTI VE DATE NOTE: At 63 F R 36610,
J ul y 7, 1998, §90.241 was amended i n para-
graph (c)(12) by removi ng the term ‘‘Type ac-
cepted’’ and addi ng i n i ts pl ace ‘‘certi fi -
cated’’, effecti ve Oct. 5, 1998.
§90.242 Travelers’ information sta-
tions.
(a) The frequenci es 530 through 1700
kHz i n 10 kHz i ncrements may be as-
si gned to the Publ i c Safety Pool for
the operati on of Travel ers’ I nformati on
Stati ons subj ect to the fol l owi ng condi -
ti ons and l i mi tati ons.
(1) F or Travel ers’ I nformati on Sta-
ti on appl i cati ons onl y, el i gi bi l i ty re-
qui rements as set forth i n §90.20(a) are
extended to i ncl ude park di stri cts and
authori ti es.
(2) Each appl i cati on for a stati on or
system shal l be accompani ed by:
(i ) A statement certi fyi ng that the
transmi tti ng si te of the Travel ers I n-
formati on Stati on wi l l be l ocated at
l east 15 km (9.3 mi l es) measured
orthogonal l y outsi de the measured 0.5
mV/m dayti me contour (0.1 mV/m for
Cl ass A stati ons) of any AM broadcast
stati on operati ng on a fi rst adj acent
channel or at l east 130 km (80.6 mi l es)
outsi de the measured 0.5 mV/m day-
ti me contour (0.1 mV/m for Cl ass A sta-
ti ons) of any AM broadcast stati on op-
erati ng on the same channel , or, i f
ni ghtti me operati on i s proposed, out-
si de the theoreti cal 0.5 mV/m–50%
ni ghtti me skywave contour of a U.S.
Cl ass A stati on. I f the measured con-
tour i s not avai l abl e, then the cal -
cul ated 0.5 mV/m fi el d strength con-
tour shal l be acceptabl e. These con-
tours are avai l abl e for i nspecti on at
the concerned AM broadcast stati on
and F CC offi ces i n Washi ngton, DC.
(i i ) I n consi derati on of possi bl e cross-
modul ati on and i nter-modul ati on i n-
terference effects whi ch may resul t
from the operati on of a Travel ers I nfor-
mati on Stati on i n the vi ci ni ty of an
AM broadcast stati on on the second or
thi rd adj acent channel , the appl i cant
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shal l certi fy that he has consi dered
these possi bl e i nterference effects and,
to the best of hi s knowl edge, does not
foresee i nterference occurri ng to
broadcast stati ons operati ng on second
or thi rd adj acent channel s.
(i i i ) A map showi ng the geographi cal
l ocati on of each transmi tter si te and
an esti mate of the si gnal strength at
the contour of the desi red coverage
area. F or a cabl e system, the contour
to be shown i s the esti mated fi el d
strength at 60 meters (197 feet) from
any poi nt on the cabl e. F or a conven-
ti onal radi ati ng antenna, the esti -
mated fi el d strength contour at 1.5 km
(0.93 mi l e) shal l be shown. A contour
map compri sed of actual on-the-ai r
measurements shal l be submi tted to
the Commi ssi on wi thi n 60 days after
stati on authori zati on or compl eti on of
stati on constructi on, whi chever occurs
l ater. A suffi ci ent number of poi nts
shal l be chosen at the speci fi ed di s-
tances (extrapol ated measurements are
acceptabl e) to adequatel y show compl i -
ance wi th the fi el d strength l i mi ts.
(i v) F or each transmi tter si te, the
transmi tter’s output power, the type of
antenna uti l i zed, i ts l ength (for a cabl e
system), i ts hei ght above ground, di s-
tance from transmi tter to the antenna,
and the el evati on above sea l evel at the
transmi tti ng si te.
(3) Travel ers I nformati on Stati ons
wi l l be authori zed on a secondary basi s
to stati ons authori zed on a pri mary
basi s i n the bands 510–535 and 1605–1715
kHz.
(4) A Travel ers I nformati on Stati on
authori zati on may be suspended, modi -
fi ed, or wi thdrawn by the Commi ssi on
wi thout pri or noti ce of ri ght to heari ng
i f necessary to resol ve i nterference
confl i cts, to i mpl ement agreements
wi th forei gn governments, or i n other
ci rcumstances warranti ng such acti on.
(5) The transmi tti ng si te of each
Travel ers’ I nformati on Stati on shal l be
restri cted to the i mmedi ate vi ci ni ty of
the fol l owi ng speci fi ed areas: Ai r,
trai n, and bus transportati on termi -
nal s, publ i c parks and hi stori cal si tes,
bri dges, tunnel s, and any i ntersecti on
of a F ederal I nterstate Hi ghway wi th
any other I nterstate, F ederal , State, or
l ocal hi ghway.
(6) A Travel ers I nformati on Stati on
shal l normal l y be authori zed to use a
si ngl e transmi tter. However, a system
of stati ons, wi th each stati on i n the
system empl oyi ng a separate transmi t-
ter, may be authori zed for a speci fi ed
area provi ded suffi ci ent need i s dem-
onstrated by the appl i cant.
(7) Travel ers I nformati on Stati ons
shal l transmi t onl y noncommerci al
voi ce i nformati on pertai ni ng to traffi c
and road condi ti ons, traffi c hazard and
travel advi sori es, di recti ons, avai l abi l -
i ty of l odgi ng, rest stops and servi ce
stati ons, and descri pti ons of l ocal
poi nts of i nterest. I t i s not permi ssi bl e
to i denti fy the commerci al name of
any busi ness establ i shment whose serv-
i ce may be avai l abl e wi thi n or outsi de
the coverage area of a Travel ers I nfor-
mati on Stati on. However, to faci l i tate
announcements concerni ng departures/
arri val s and parki ng areas at ai r, trai n,
and bus termi nal s, the trade name
i denti fi cati on of carri ers i s permi tted.
(b) Technical standards. (1) The use of
6K00A3E emi ssi on wi l l be authori zed,
however N0N emi ssi on may be used for
purposes of recei ver qui eti ng, but onl y
for a system of stati ons empl oyi ng
‘‘l eaky’’ cabl e antennas.
(2) A frequency tol erance of 100 Hz
shal l be mai ntai ned.
(3) F or a stati on empl oyi ng a cabl e
antenna, the fol l owi ng restri cti ons
appl y:
(i ) The l ength of the cabl e antenna
shal l not exceed 3.0 km (1.9 mi l es).
(i i ) Transmi tter RF output power
shal l not exceed 50 watts and shal l be
adj ustabl e downward to enabl e the user
to compl y wi th the speci fi ed fi el d
strength l i mi t.
(i i i ) The fi el d strength of the emi s-
si on on the operati ng frequency shal l
not exceed 2 mV/m when measured
wi th a standard fi el d strength meter at
a di stance of 60 meters (197 feet) from
any part of the stati on.
(4) F or a stati on empl oyi ng a conven-
ti onal radi ati ng antenna(s) (ex. verti -
cal monopol e, di recti onal array) the
fol l owi ng restri cti ons appl y:
(i ) The antenna hei ght above ground
l evel shal l not exceed 15.0 meters (49.2
feet).
(i i ) Onl y verti cal pol ari zati on of an-
tennas shal l be permi tted.
(i i i ) Transmi tter RF output power
shal l not exceed 10 watts to enabl e the
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user to compl y wi th the speci fi ed fi el d
strength l i mi t.
(i v) The fi el d strength of the emi s-
si on on the operati ng frequency shal l
not exceed 2 mV/m when measured
wi th a standard fi el d strength meter at
a di stance of 1.50 km (0.93 mi l es) from
the transmi tti ng antenna system.
(5) F or co-channel stati ons operati ng
under di fferent l i censes, the fol l owi ng
mi ni mum separati on di stances shal l
appl y:
(i ) 0.50 km (0.31 mi l es) for the case
when both stati ons are usi ng cabl e an-
tennas.
(i i ) 7.50 km (4.66 mi l es) for the case
when one stati on i s usi ng a conven-
ti onal antenna and the other i s usi ng a
cabl e antenna.
(i i i ) 15.0 km (9.3 mi l es) for the case
when both stati ons are usi ng conven-
ti onal antennas.
(6) F or a system of co-channel trans-
mi tters operati ng under a si ngl e au-
thori zati on uti l i zi ng ei ther cabl e or
conventi onal antennas, or both, no
mi ni mum separati on di stance i s re-
qui red.
(7) An appl i cant desi ri ng to l ocate a
stati on that does not compl y wi th the
separati on requi rements of thi s secti on
shal l coordi nate wi th the affected sta-
ti on.
(8) Each transmi tter i n a Travel ers
I nformati on Stati on shal l be equi pped
wi th an audi o l ow-pass fi l ter. Such fi l -
ter shal l be i nstal l ed between the mod-
ul ati on l i mi ter and the modul ated
stage. At audi o frequenci es between 3
kHz and 20 kHz thi s fi l ter shal l have an
attenuati on greater than the attenu-
ati on at 1 kHz by at l east:
60 l og10 (f/3) deci bel s.
where ‘‘f’’ i s the audi o frequency i n
kHz. At audi o frequenci es above 20
kHz, the attenuati on shal l be at l east
50 deci bel s greater than the attenu-
ati on at 1 kHz.
[43 F R 54791, Nov. 22, 1978; 44 F R 67118, Nov.
23, 1979; 49 F R 48712, Dec. 14, 1984, as amended
at 54 F R 39740, Sept. 28, 1989; 56 F R 64874, Dec.
12, 1991; 62 F R 18928, Apr. 17, 1997]
§90.243 Mobile relay stations.
(a) Mobi l e rel ay operati ons wi l l be
authori zed on frequenci es bel ow 512
MHz, except i n the Radi ol ocati on Serv-
i ce.
(b) Speci al provi si ons for mobi l e
rel ay operati ons:
(1) I n the Publ i c Safety Pool , medi cal
servi ces systems i n the 150–160 MHz
band are permi tted to be cross-banded
for mobi l e and central stati ons oper-
ati ons wi th mobi l e rel ay stati ons au-
thori zed to operate i n the 450–470 MHz
band.
(2) [Reserved]
(3) I n the I ndustri al /Busi ness Pool , on
frequenci es desi gnated wi th an ‘‘L R’’ i n
the coordi nator col umn of the fre-
quency tabl e i n §90.35(b)(3), mobi l e
rel ay operati on shal l be on a secondary
basi s to other co-channel operati ons.
(4) Except where speci fi cal l y pre-
cl uded, a mobi l e rel ay stati on may be
authori zed to operate on any frequency
avai l abl e for assi gnment to base sta-
ti ons.
(5) A mobi l e stati on associ ated wi th
mobi l e rel ay stati on(s) may not be au-
thori zed to operate on a frequency
bel ow 25 MHz.
(c) Techni cal requi rements for mo-
bi l e rel ay stati ons.
(1) Each new mobi l e rel ay stati on
wi th an output power of more than one
watt, and authori zed after J anuary 1,
1972, that i s acti vated by si gnal s bel ow
50 MHz shal l deacti vate the stati on
upon cessati on of recepti on of the acti -
vati ng conti nuous coded tone si gnal .
L i censees may uti l i ze a combi nati on of
di gi tal sel ecti on and conti nuous coded
tone control where requi red to i nsure
sel ecti on of onl y the desi red mobi l e
rel ay stati on.
(2) Mobi l e rel ay stati ons control l ed
by si gnal s above 50 MHz or authori zed
pri or to J anuary 1, 1972, to operate
bel ow 50 MHz are not requi red to i ncor-
porate coded si gnal or tone control de-
vi ces unl ess the transmi tters are con-
si stentl y acti vated by undesi red si g-
nal s and cause harmful i nterference to
other l i censees. I f acti vati on by
undesi red si gnal s causes harmful i nter-
ference, the Commi ssi on wi l l requi re
the i nstal l ati on of tone control equi p-
ment wi thi n 90 days of a noti ce to the
l i censee.
(3) Except i n the I ndustri al /Busi ness
Pool , on frequenci es desi gnated wi th an
‘‘L R’’ i n the coordi nator col umn of the
frequency tabl e i n §90.35(b)(3), each
new mobi l e-rel ay stati on authori zed
after J anuary 1, 1972, shal l be equi pped
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for automati c deacti vati on of the
transmi tter wi thi n 5 seconds after the
si gnal s control l i ng the stati on cease.
(4) Except i n the I ndustri al /Busi ness
Pool , on frequenci es desi gnated wi th an
‘‘L R’’ i n the coordi nator col umn of the
frequency tabl e i n §90.35(b)(3), each
new mobi l e-rel ay stati on authori zed
after J anuary 1, 1972, duri ng peri ods
that i s not control l ed from a manned
fi xed control poi nt; shal l have an auto-
mati c ti me del ay or cl ock devi ce that
wi l l deacti vate the stati on not more
than 3 mi nutes after i ts acti vati on by a
mobi l e uni t.
(5) I n the I ndustri al /Busi ness Pool , on
frequenci es desi gnated wi th an ‘‘L R’’ i n
the coordi nator col umn of the fre-
quency tabl e i n §90.35(b)(3), each mo-
bi l e rel ay stati on, regardl ess of the fre-
quency or frequenci es of the si gnal by
whi ch i t i s acti vated shal l be so des-
i gnated and i nstal l ed that i t wi l l be de-
acti vated automati cal l y when i ts asso-
ci ated recei ver or recei vers are not re-
cei vi ng a si gnal on the frequency or
frequenci es whi ch normal l y acti vate i t.
(6) Mul ti pl e mobi l e rel ay stati on
radi o systems shal l use wi rel i ne or
radi o stati ons on fi xed frequenci es for
any necessary i nterconnect ci rcui ts be-
tween the mobi l e rel ay stati ons.
[43 F R 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, as amended at 49
F R 40177, Oct. 15, 1984; 50 F R 13606, Apr. 5,
1985; 50 F R 39680, Sept. 30, 1985; 50 F R 40976,
Oct. 8, 1985; 54 F R 39740, Sept. 28, 1989; 56 F R
19603, Apr. 29, 1991; 56 F R 32517, J ul y 17, 1991;
60 F R 37268, J ul y 19, 1995; 61 F R 6576, F eb. 21,
1996; 62 F R 18928, Apr. 17, 1997]
§90.245 Fixed relay stations.
Except where speci fi cal l y provi ded
for, fi xed rel ay stati ons shal l be au-
thori zed to operate onl y on frequenci es
avai l abl e for use by operati onal fi xed
stati ons.
§90.247 Mobile repeater stations.
A mobi l e stati on authori zed to oper-
ate on a mobi l e servi ce frequency
above 25 MHz may be used as a mobi l e
repeater to extend the communi cati ons
range of hand-carri ed uni ts subj ect to
the fol l owi ng:
(a) Mobi l e repeaters and/or associ -
ated hand-carri ed transmi tters may be
assi gned separate base/mobi l e fre-
quenci es for thi s use i n addi ti on to the
number of frequenci es normal l y assi gn-
abl e to the l i censee.
(b) I n the I ndustri al /Busi ness Pool ,
on frequenci es bel ow 450 MHz, onl y l ow
power frequenci es (2 watts or l ess out-
put power) may be assi gned for use by
mobi l e repeaters or by hand-carri ed
transmi tters whose communi cati ons
are di rected to mobi l e repeaters, when
separate frequenci es are assi gned for
that purpose.
(c) Except as provi ded i n paragraph
(d) of thi s secti on, hand-carri ed trans-
mi tters whose communi cati ons wi l l be
automati cal l y rel ayed by mobi l e sta-
ti ons shal l be l i mi ted to a maxi mum
output power of 2.5 watts.
(d) I n the I ndustri al /Busi ness Pool ,
on frequenci es desi gnated wi th an
‘‘L R’’ i n the coordi nator col umn of the
frequency tabl e i n §90.35(b)(3), use of
mobi l e repeaters i s on a secondary
basi s to the stati ons of any other l i -
censee. Hand carri ed uni ts used i n con-
necti on wi th mobi l e repeaters on fre-
quenci es desi gnated wi th an ‘‘L R’’ i n
the coordi nator col umn of the fre-
quency tabl e i n §90.35(b)(3) may oper-
ate onl y above 150 MHz and are l i mi ted
to a maxi mum output power of si x
watts. The frequency and maxi mum
power shal l be speci fi ed i n the stati on
authori zati on.
(e) I n the I ndustri al /Busi ness Pool ,
on frequenci es desi gnated wi th an
‘‘L R’’ i n the coordi nator col umn of the
frequency tabl e i n §90.35(b)(3), the out-
put power of a mobi l e repeater stati on,
when transmi tti ng as a repeater sta-
ti on on the frequency used for commu-
ni cati on wi th i ts associ ated pack-car-
ri ed or hand-carri ed uni ts, shal l not ex-
ceed 6 watts except when the same fre-
quency i s al so used by the same stati on
for di rect communi cati on wi th vehi cu-
l ar mobi l e uni ts or wi th one or more
base stati ons.
(f) When automati cal l y retransmi t-
ti ng messages ori gi nated by or desti ned
for hand-carri ed uni ts, each mobi l e sta-
ti on shal l acti vate the mobi l e trans-
mi tter onl y wi th a conti nuous coded
tone, the absence of whi ch wi l l de-acti -
vate the mobi l e transmi tter. The con-
ti nuous coded tone i s not requi red
when the mobi l e uni t i s equi pped wi th
a swi tch that acti vates the automati c
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mode of the mobi l e uni t and an auto-
mati c ti me-del ay devi ce that de-acti -
vates the transmi tter after any uni n-
terrupted transmi ssi on peri od i n excess
of 3 mi nutes.
[43 F R 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, as amended at 62
F R 18928, Apr. 17, 1997]
§90.249 Control stations.
Control stati ons associ ated wi th l and
mobi l e stati ons under thi s part shal l be
authori zed to operate subj ect to the
fol l owi ng:
(a) Frequencies for control stations. (1)
Control stati ons may be authori zed to
operate on frequenci es avai l abl e for use
by operati onal fi xed stati ons.
(2) A control stati on associ ated wi th
mobi l e rel ay stati on(s) may, at the op-
ti on of the appl i cant, be assi gned the
frequency of the associ ated mobi l e sta-
ti on. I n the I ndustri al /Busi ness Pool ,
on frequenci es desi gnated wi th an
‘‘L R’’ i n the coordi nator col umn of the
frequency tabl e i n §90.35(b)(3), such a
control stati on may be assi gned any
mobi l e servi ce stati on frequency avai l -
abl e for assi gnment to mobi l e stati ons.
Such operati on i s on a secondary basi s
to use of the frequency for regul ar mo-
bi l e servi ce communi cati ons.
(3) Control and fi xed stati ons i n the
Publ i c Safety Pool may be authori zed
on a temporary basi s to operate on fre-
quenci es avai l abl e for base and mobi l e
stati ons between 152 and 450 MHz,
where there i s an adequate showi ng
that such operati ons cannot be con-
ducted on frequenci es al l ocated for as-
si gnment to operati onal fi xed stati ons.
Such operati on wi l l not be authori zed
i ni ti al l y or renewed for peri ods i n ex-
cess of one year. Any such authori za-
ti on shal l be subj ect to i mmedi ate ter-
mi nati on i f harmful i nterference i s
caused to stati ons i n the mobi l e serv-
i ce, or i f the parti cul ar frequency i s re-
qui red for mobi l e servi ce operati ons i n
the area concerned.
(b) [Reserved]
(c) A base stati on whi ch i s used i nter-
mi ttentl y as a control stati on for one
or more associ ated mobi l e rel ay sta-
ti ons of the same l i censee shal l operate
onl y on the mobi l e servi ce frequency
assi gned to the associ ated mobi l e rel ay
stati on when operati ng as a base sta-
ti on and on the mobi l e servi ce fre-
quency assi gned to the associ ated mo-
bi l e stati on when operati ng as a con-
trol stati on. Authori ty for such dual
cl assi fi cati on and use must be shown
on the stati on authori zati on. When op-
erati ng as a control stati on, the l i -
censee must meet al l control stati on
requi rements. I n the I ndustri al /Busi -
ness Pool , on frequenci es desi gnated
wi th an ‘‘L R’’ i n the coordi nator col -
umn of the frequency tabl e i n
§90.35(b)(3), base stati ons used i nter-
mi ttentl y as control stati ons shal l op-
erate onl y on a mobi l e servi ce fre-
quency whi ch i s avai l abl e for assi gn-
ment to base stati ons.
[43 F R 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, as amended at 49
F R 36376, Sept. 17, 1984; 62 F R 18928, Apr. 17,
1997]
§90.250 Meteor burst communications.
Meteor burst communi cati ons may
be authori zed for the use of pri vate
radi o stati ons subj ect to the fol l owi ng
provi si ons:
(a) Stati on operati on i s l i mi ted to
the State of Al aska onl y.
(b) The frequency 44.20 MHz may be
used for base stati on operati on and
45.90 MHz for remote stati on operati on
on a pri mary basi s. The frequenci es
42.40 and 44.10 MHz may be used by base
and remote stati ons, respecti vel y, on a
secondary basi s to common carri er sta-
ti ons uti l i zi ng meteor burst commu-
ni cati ons. Users shal l cooperate among
themsel ves to the extent practi cabl e to
promote compati bl e operati on.
(c) The maxi mum transmi tter output
power shal l not exceed 2000 watts for
base stati ons and 500 watts for remote
stati ons.
(d) Co-channel base stati ons of di f-
ferent l i censees shal l be l ocated at
l east 241 km (150 mi l es) apart. A re-
mote stati on and a base stati on of di f-
ferent l i censees shal l be l ocated at
l east 241 km (150 mi l es) apart i f the re-
mote uni ts of the di fferent l i censees
operate on the same frequency. Wai ver
of thi s requi rement may be granted i f
affected users agree to a cooperati ve
shari ng arrangement.
(e) The authori zed emi ssi on desi gna-
tor to be used i n F 1E, F 7W, G1E or G7W
to al l ow for Phase Shi ft Keyi ng (PSK)
or F requency Shi ft Keyi ng (F SK).
(f) The maxi mum authori zed band-
wi dth i s 20 kHz (20 F 1E, F 7W, G1E or
G7W).
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(g) Stati on i denti fi cati on i n accord-
ance wi th §90.425(a) or (b) shal l onl y be
requi red for the base stati on.
(h) Stati ons may be requi red to com-
pl y wi th addi ti onal condi ti ons of oper-
ati on as necessary on a case-by-case
basi s as speci fi ed i n the authori zati on.
(i ) Stati ons empl oyi ng meteor burst
communi cati ons shal l not cause i nter-
ference to other stati ons operati ng i n
accordance wi th the al l ocati on tabl e.
New authori zati ons wi l l be i ssued sub-
j ect to the Commi ssi on’s devel op-
mental grant procedure as outl i ned i n
subpart Q of thi s part. Pri or to expi ra-
ti on of the devel opmental authori za-
ti on, appl i cati on F orm 574 shoul d be
fi l ed for i ssuance of a permanent au-
thori zati on.
[48 F R 34043, J ul y 27, 1983, as amended at 49
F R 48712, Dec. 14, 1984; 58 F R 44957, Aug. 25,
1993]
Subpart K—Standards for Special
Frequencies or Frequency Bands
§90.251 Scope.
Thi s subpart sets forth speci al re-
qui rements appl i cabl e to the use of cer-
tai n frequenci es or frequency bands.
[54 F R 39740, Sept. 28, 1989]
§90.253 Use of frequency 5167.5 kHz.
The frequency 5167.5 kHz may be used
by any stati on authori zed under thi s
part to communi cate wi th any other
stati on i n the State of Al aska for
emergency communi cati ons. The maxi -
mum power permi tted i s 150 watts peak
envel ope power (PEP). Al l stati ons op-
erati ng on thi s frequency must be l o-
cated i n or wi thi n 50 nauti cal mi l es
(92.6 km) of the State of Al aska. Thi s
frequency may al so be used by stati ons
authori zed i n the Al aska-pri vate fi xed
servi ce for cal l i ng and l i steni ng, but
onl y for establ i shi ng communi cati on
before swi tchi ng to another frequency.
[49 F R 32201, Aug. 13, 1984]
§90.255 [Reserved]
§90.257 Assignment and use of fre-
quencies in the band 72–76 MHz.
(a) The fol l owi ng cri teri a shal l gov-
ern the authori zati on and use of fre-
quenci es wi thi n the band 72–76 MHz by
fi xed stati ons. (F or cal l box operati ons
see §90.241).
(1) The fol l owi ng frequenci es i n the
band 72–76 MHz may be used for fi xed
operati ons:
MHz:
72.02
72.04
72.06
72.08
72.10
72.12
72.14
72.16
72.18
72.20
72.22
72.24
72.26
72.28
72.30
72.32
72.34
72.36
72.38
72.40
72.42
72.46
72.50
72.54
72.58
72.62
72.64
72.66
72.68
72.70
72.72
72.74
72.76
72.78
72.80
72.82
72.84
72.86
72.88
72.90
72.92
72.94
72.96
72.98
75.42
75.46
75.50
75.54
75.58
75.62
75.64
75.66
75.68
75.70
75.72
75.74
75.76
75.78
75.80
75.82
75.84
75.86
75.88
75.90
75.92
75.94
75.96
75.98.
(2) Al l authori zati ons are subj ect to
the condi ti on that no harmful i nter-
ference wi l l be caused to tel evi si on re-
cepti on on Channel s 4 and 5.
(3) The appl i cant must agree to
el i mi nate any harmful i nterference
caused by hi s operati on to TV recep-
ti on on ei ther Channel 4 or 5 that
mi ght devel op by whatever means are
necessary. Such acti on must be taken
wi thi n 90 days of noti fi cati on by the
Commi ssi on. I f such i nterference i s not
el i mi nated wi thi n the 90-day peri od,
operati on of the fi xed stati on wi l l be
di sconti nued.
(4) Verti cal pol ari zati on must be
used.
(5) Whenever i t i s proposed to l ocate
a 72–76 MHz fi xed stati on l ess than 128
km (80 mi .) but more than 16 km (10
mi .) from the si te of a TV transmi tter
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operati ng on ei ther channel 4 or 5, or
from the post offi ce of a communi ty i n
whi ch such channel s are assi gned but
not i n operati on, the fi xed stati on shal l
be authori zed onl y i f there are fewer
than 100 fami l y dwel l i ng uni ts (as de-
fi ned by the U.S. Bureau of the Cen-
sus), excl udi ng uni ts 112 or more km (70
mi .) di stant from the TV antenna si te,
l ocated wi thi n a ci rcl e centered at the
l ocati on of the proposed fi xed stati on.
The radi us shal l be determi ned by use
of the fol l owi ng chart enti tl ed, ‘‘Chart
for Determi ni ng Radi us F rom F i xed
Stati on i n 72–76 MHz Band to I nter-
ference Contour Al ong Whi ch 10 Per-
cent of Servi ce F rom Adj acent Channel
Tel evi si on Stati on Woul d Be De-
stroyed.’’ Two charts are avai l abl e, one
for Channel 4, and one for Channel 5.
The Commi ssi on may, however, i n a
parti cul ar case, authori ze the l ocati on
of a fi xed stati on wi thi n a ci rcl e con-
tai ni ng 100 or more fami l y dwel l i ng
uni ts upon a showi ng that:
(i ) The proposed si te i s the onl y sui t-
abl e l ocati on.
(i i ) I t i s not feasi bl e, techni cal l y or
otherwi se, to use other avai l abl e fre-
quenci es.
(i i i ) The appl i cant has a pl an to con-
trol any i nterference that mi ght de-
vel op to TV recepti on from hi s oper-
ati ons.
(i v) The appl i cant i s fi nanci al l y abl e
and agrees to make such adj ustments
i n the TV recei vers affected as may be
necessary to el i mi nate any i nter-
ference caused by hi s operati ons.
(v) Al l appl i cati ons seeki ng authori ty
to operate wi th a separati on of l ess
than 16 km (10 mi .) wi l l be returned
wi thout acti on.
(b) The fol l owi ng cri teri a governs the
authori zati on and use of frequenci es i n
the 72–76 MHz band by mobi l e stati ons
i n the I ndustri al /Busi ness Pool .
(1) Mobi l e operati on on frequenci es i n
the 72–76 MHz band i s subj ect to the
condi ti on that no i nterference i s
caused to the recepti on of tel evi si on
stati ons operati ng on Channel 4 or 5.
I nterference wi l l be consi dered to occur
whenever recepti on of a regul arl y used
tel evi si on si gnal i s i mpai red by si gnal s
radi ated by stati ons operati ng under
these rul es i n the 72 to 76 MHz band re-
gardl ess of the qual i ty of such recep-
ti on or the strength of the si gnal used.
I n order to mi ni mi ze the hazard of such
i nterference, i t shal l be the duty of the
l i censee to determi ne whether i nter-
ference i s bei ng caused to tel evi si on re-
cepti on, wherever tel evi si on recei vers
other than those under the control of
the l i censee, are l ocated wi thi n 31 m.
(100 ft.) of any poi nt where the stati ons
l i censed under these rul es may be oper-
ated. I n any case, i t shal l be the re-
sponsi bi l i ty of the l i censee to correct,
at i ts own expense, any such i nter-
ference and i f the i nterference cannot
be el i mi nated by the appl i cati on of
sui tabl e techni ques, the operati on of
the offendi ng transmi tter shal l be sus-
pended. I f the compl ai nant refuses to
permi t the l i censee to appl y remedi al
techni ques whi ch demonstrabl y wi l l
el i mi nate the i nterference wi thout i m-
pai rment of the ori gi nal recepti on, the
l i censee i s absol ved of further respon-
si bi l i ty.
(2) The maxi mum transmi tter output
power that wi l l be authori zed i s 1 watt;
and each stati on authori zed wi l l be
cl assi fi ed and l i censed as a mobi l e sta-
ti on. Any uni ts of such a stati on, how-
ever, may be used to provi de the oper-
ati onal functi ons of a base or fi xed sta-
ti on. The antennas of transmi tters op-
erati ng on these frequenci es must be
di rectl y mounted or i nstal l ed upon the
transmi tti ng uni t: Except that when
permanentl y i nstal l ed aboard a vehi -
cl e, antenna and transmi tter may be
separated as requi red for conveni ence
i n mounti ng. Hori zontal pol ari zati on
wi l l not be al l owed; and the gai n of an-
tennas empl oyed shal l not exceed that
of a hal fwave di pol e. The maxi mum
bandwi dth that wi l l be authori zed i s 20
kHz. Tone control transmi ssi ons are
permi tted.
(c) Radi o remote control of model s i s
permi tted on frequenci es 10 kHz re-
moved from these frequenci es author-
i zed for fi xed and mobi l e operati ons i n
the 72–76 MHz band. Remote control op-
erati ons are secondary to operati on of
fi xed and mobi l e stati ons as provi ded
for i n thi s secti on.
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[43 F R 54791, Nov. 22, 1978; 44 F R 32219, J une 5, 1979, as amended at 47 F R 51879, Nov. 18, 1982;
49 F R 41249, Oct. 22, 1984; 54 F R 38681, Sept. 20, 1989; 58 F R 30129, May 26, 1993; 60 F R 37268,
J ul y 19, 1995; 62 F R 18928, Apr. 17, 1997]
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Federal Communications Commission §90.261
§90.259 Assignment and use of fre-
quencies in the bands 216–220 MHz
and 1427–1435 MHz.
F requenci es i n the bands 216–220 MHz
and 1427–1435 MHz may be assi gned to
appl i cants under thi s part provi ded the
band i s l i sted i n the i ndi vi dual radi o
pool under whi ch they establ i sh el i gi -
bi l i ty. Use of these bands i s l i mi ted to
tel emeteri ng purposes onl y and al l op-
erati on i s secondary to F ederal Gov-
ernment operati ons. Operati on i n the
band 216–220 MHz i s al so secondary to
the mari ti me mobi l e servi ce and oper-
ati on i n the band 1427–1429 MHz i s al so
secondary to the space operati on serv-
i ce (earth-to-space). Base stati ons au-
thori zed i n these bands shal l be used to
perform tel ecommand functi ons wi th
associ ated mobi l e tel emeteri ng sta-
ti ons. Base stati ons may al so command
acti ons by the vehi cl e i tsel f, but wi l l
not be authori zed sol el y to perform
thi s functi on. Ai rborne use wi l l not be
authori zed. Each appl i cati on wi l l be
coordi nated wi th the F ederal Govern-
ment by the F ederal Communi cati ons
Commi ssi on and i s subj ect to such
techni cal and operati onal l i mi tati ons
as may be i mposed by the government.
Each appl i cati on shoul d i ncl ude preci se
i nformati on concerni ng emi ssi on char-
acteri sti cs, transmi tter frequency devi -
ati on, output power, type and di rec-
ti onal characteri sti cs, i f any, of the an-
tenna, and the mi ni mum necessary
hours of operati on.
[43 F R 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, as amended at 54
F R 38681, Sept. 20, 1989; 62 F R 18928, Apr. 17,
1997]
§90.261 Assignment and use of the fre-
quencies in the band 450–470 MHz
for fixed operations.
(a) F requenci es i n the 450–470 MHz
band as l i sted i n §90.20(c)(3) and
§90.35(b)(3) may be assi gned to al l el i gi -
bl es for fi xed use on a secondary basi s
to l and mobi l e operati ons.
(b) F i xed stati ons l ocated 140 km (87
mi ) or more from the center of any ur-
bani zed area of 600,000 or more popu-
l ati on are l i mi ted to a transmi tter out-
put power of 75 watts. F i xed stati ons
l ess than 140 km (87 mi ) from the cen-
ters of these areas are l i mi ted to a
transmi tter output power of 20 watts.
Urbani zed areas of 600,000 or more pop-
ul ati on are defi ned i n the U.S. Census
of Popul ati on 1970, Vol . 1, Tabl e 20,
pages 1–74. The centers of the urbani zed
areas are determi ned from the Appen-
di x, page 226, of the U.S. Department of
Commerce publ i cati on ‘‘Ai rl i ne Di s-
tance Between Ci ti es i n the Uni ted
States.’’
(c) Al l fi xed systems are l i mi ted to
one frequency pai r wi th 5 MHz spaci ng
and must empl oy di recti onal antennas
wi th a front-to-back rati o of 15 dB, ex-
cept that omni di recti onal antennas
havi ng uni ty gai n may be empl oyed by
stati ons communi cati ng wi th a mi ni -
mum of three recei vi ng l ocati ons en-
compassed i n a sector of at l east 160° i n
azi muth. Stati ons authori zed for sec-
ondary fi xed operati ons pri or to (effec-
ti ve date of the rul es) may conti nue to
operate under the condi ti ons of thei r
i ni ti al authori zati on.
(d)–(e) [Reserved]
(f) Secondary fi xed operati ons pursu-
ant to paragraph (a) of thi s secti on wi l l
not be authori zed on the fol l owi ng fre-
quenci es:
Frequencies (MHz)
451.800/456.800
451.80625/456.80625
451.8125/456.8125
451.81875/456.81875
452.525
452.53125
452.5375
452.54375
452.550
452.55625
452.5625
452.56875
452.575
452.58125
452.5875
452.59375
452.600
452.60625
452.6125
452.61875
452.925/457.925
452.93125/457.93125
452.9375/457.9375
452.94375/457.94375
452.950/457.950
452.95625/457.95625
452.9625/457.9625
452.96875/457.96875
453.025/458.025
453.03125/458.03125
453.0375/458.0375
453.04375/458.04375
453.075/458.075
453.08125/458.08125
453.0875/458.0875
453.09375/458.09375
453.125/458.125
453.13125/458.13125
453.1375/458.1375
453.14375/458.14375
453.175/458.175
453.18125/458.18125
453.1875/458.1875
453.19375/458.19375
454.000/459.000
454.00625/459.00625
454.0125/459.0125
454.01875/459.01875
462.950/467.950
462.95625/467.95625
462.9625/467.9625
462.96875/467.96875
462.975/467.975
462.98125/467.98125
462.9875/467.9875
462.99375/467.99375
463.000/468.000
463.00625/468.00625
463.0125/468.0125
463.01875/468.01875
463.025/468.025
463.03125/468.03125
463.0375/468.0375
463.04375/468.04375
463.050/468.050
463.05625/468.05625
463.0625/468.0625
463.06875/468.06875
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463.075/468.075
463.08125/468.08125
463.0875/468.0875
463.09375/468.09375
463.100/468.100
463.10625/468.10625
463.1125/468.1125
463.11875/468.11875
463.125/468.125
463.13125/468.13125
463.1375/468.1375
463.14375/468.14375
463.150/468.150
463.15625/468.15625
463.1625/468.1625
463.16875/468.16875
463.175/468.175
463.18125/468.18125
463.1875/468.1875
463.19375/468.19375
[57 F R 24992, J une 12, 1992, as amended at 58
F R 33212, J une 16, 1993; 60 F R 37268, J ul y 19,
1995; 62 F R 18928, Apr. 17, 1997]
§90.263 Substitution of frequencies
below 25 MHz.
F requenci es bel ow 25 MHz when
shown i n the radi o pool frequency l i st-
i ngs under thi s part wi l l be assi gned to
base or mobi l e stati ons onl y upon a
sati sfactory showi ng that, from a safe-
ty of l i fe standpoi nt, frequenci es above
25 MHz wi l l not meet the operati onal
requi rements of the appl i cant. These
frequenci es are avai l abl e for assi gn-
ment i n many areas; however, i n i ndi -
vi dual cases such assi gnment may be
i mpracti cabl e due to confl i cti ng fre-
quency use authori zed to stati ons i n
other servi ces by thi s and other coun-
tri es. I n such cases, a substi tute fre-
quency, i f found to be avai l abl e, may
be assi gned from the fol l owi ng bands
1605–1750, 2107–2170, 2194–2495, 2506–2850,
3155–3400, or 4438–4650 kHz. Si nce such
assi gnments are i n certai n i nstances
subj ect to addi ti onal techni cal and op-
erati on l i mi tati on, i t i s necessary that
each appl i cati on al so i ncl ude preci se
i nformati on concerni ng transmi tter
output power, type and di recti onal
characteri sti cs, i f any, of the antenna,
and the mi ni mum necessary hours of
operati on. (Thi s secti on i s not appl i ca-
bl e to the Radi ol ocati on Radi o Servi ce,
subpart F .)
[43 F R 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, as amended at 62
F R 18929, Apr. 17, 1997]
§90.264 Disaster communications be-
tween 2 and 10 MHz.
(a) The use of any parti cul ar fre-
quency between 2 and 10 MHz i s l i mi ted
to those frequenci es fal l i ng wi thi n the
bands al l ocated to the fi xed and l and
mobi l e servi ces as i ndi cated i n §2.106 of
the Commi ssi on’s Rul es and Regul a-
ti ons.
(b) Onl y i n the fol l owi ng ci r-
cumstances wi l l authori ty be extended
to stati ons to operate on the fre-
quenci es between 2 and 10 MHz:
(1) To provi de communi cati ons ci r-
cui ts i n emergency and/or di saster si tu-
ati ons, where safety of l i fe and prop-
erty are concerned;
(2) To provi de standby and/or backup
communi cati ons ci rcui ts to regul ar do-
mesti c communi cati ons ci rcui ts whi ch
have been di srupted by di sasters and/or
emergenci es.
(c) The F CC wi l l not accept respon-
si bi l i ty for protecti on of the ci rcui ts
from harmful i nterference caused by
forei gn operati ons.
(d) I n the event that a compl ai nt of
harmful i nterference resul ti ng from op-
erati on of these ci rcui ts i s recei ved
from a forei gn source, the offendi ng
ci rcui t(s) must cease operati on on the
parti cul ar frequency concerned i mme-
di atel y upon noti fi cati on by the Com-
mi ssi on.
(e) I n order to accomodate the si tua-
ti ons descri bed i n paragraphs (c) and
(d) of thi s secti on, the equi pment shal l
be capabl e of transmi tti ng and recei v-
i ng on any frequency wi thi n the bands
between 2 and 10 MHz and capabl e of
i mmedi ate change among the fre-
quenci es.
(f) Onl y 2K80J 3E, 100HA1A and those
emi ssi on types l i sted i n §90.237(g) are
permi tted.
(g) Appl i cants must ful fi l l el i gi bi l i ty
requi rements set out i n §90.20(d)(6) and
shal l submi t di saster communi cati ons
pl ans pursuant to §90.129(m).
(h) Trai ni ng exerci ses whi ch requi re
use of these frequenci es for more than
420 mi nutes per week, cumul ati ve, are
not authori zed wi thout pri or wri tten
approval from the Commi ssi on.
[46 F R 52373, Oct. 27, 1981, as amended at 48
F R 32831, J ul y 19, 1983; 49 F R 48712, Dec. 14,
1984; 62 F R 18929, Apr. 17, 1997]
§90.265 Assignment and use of fre-
quencies in the bands 169–172 MHz
and 406–413 MHz.
(a) The fol l owi ng frequenci es are
avai l abl e for assi gnment to fi xed sta-
ti ons i n the I ndustri al /Busi ness Pool
subj ect to the provi si ons of thi s sec-
ti on:
F REQUENCI ES (MHZ)
169.425
169.450
169.475
169.500
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Federal Communications Commission §90.266
169.525
170.225
170.250
170.275
170.300
170.325
171.025
171.050
171.075
171.100
171.125
171.825
171.850
171.875
171.900
171.925
406.125
406.175
409.675
409.725
412.625
412.675
412.725
412.775
(1) The use of these frequenci es i s
l i mi ted to transmi tti ng hydrol ogi cal or
meteorol ogi cal data.
(2) Al l use of these frequenci es i s on
a secondary basi s to F ederal Govern-
ment stati ons and the hydrol ogi cal or
meteorol ogi cal data bei ng handl ed
must be made avai l abl e on request to
governmental agenci es.
(3) Other provi si ons of thi s part not-
wi thstandi ng, an operati onal fi xed sta-
ti on operati ng on these frequenci es
shal l not communi cate wi th any sta-
ti on i n the mobi l e servi ce unl ess wri t-
ten authori zati on to do so has been ob-
tai ned from the Commi ssi on.
(4) Persons who desi re to operate sta-
ti ons on these frequenci es shoul d com-
muni cate wi th the Commi ssi on for i n-
structi ons concerni ng the procedure to
be fol l owed i n fi l i ng formal appl i ca-
ti on.
(b) The fol l owi ng frequenci es are
avai l abl e for wi rel ess mi crophone oper-
ati ons to el i gi bl es i n thi s part, subj ect
to the provi si ons of thi s paragraph:
F REQUENCI ES (MHZ)
169.445
171.045
169.505
171.105
170.245
171.845
170.305
171.905
(1) The emi ssi on bandwi dth shal l not
exceed 54 kHz.
(2) The output power shal l not exceed
50 mi l l i watts.
(3) The frequency stabi l i ty of wi rel ess
mi crophones shal l l i mi t the total emi s-
si on to wi thi n ±32.5 kHz of the assi gned
frequency.
(4) Wi rel ess mi crophone operati ons
are unprotected from i nterference from
other l i censed operati ons i n the band.
I f any i nterference from wi rel ess
mi crophone operati on i s recei ved by
any Government or non-Government
operati on, the wi rel ess mi crophone
must cease operati on on the frequency
i nvol ved. Appl i cati ons are subj ect to
Government coordi nati on.
(Secs. 4(i ) and 303(r), Communi cati ons Act of
1934, as amended, §§0.131 and 0.331 of the
Commi ssi on’s Rul es and 5 U.S.C. 553 (b)(3)(B)
and (d)(3))
[49 F R 20506, May 15, 1984, as amended at 62
F R 18929, Apr. 17, 1997]
§90.266 Long distance communica-
tions on frequencies below 25 MHz.
(a) The use of any parti cul ar fre-
quency between 2 and 25 MHz i s l i mi ted
to those frequenci es fal l i ng wi thi n the
bands al l ocated to the fi xed and l and
mobi l e servi ces as i ndi cated i n §2.106 of
the Commi ssi on’s Rul es and Regul a-
ti ons.
(b) Onl y i n the fol l owi ng ci r-
cumstances wi l l authori ty be extended
to stati ons to operate on the fre-
quenci es bel ow 25 MHz:
(1) To provi de communi cati ons ci r-
cui ts to support operati ons whi ch are
hi ghl y i mportant to the nati onal i nter-
est and where other means of tel e-
communi cati on are unavai l abl e;
(2) To provi de standby and/or backup
communi cati ons ci rcui ts to regul ar do-
mesti c communi cati ons ci rcui ts whi ch
have been di srupted by di sasters and/or
emergenci es.
(c) No protecti on i s afforded to users
of these frequenci es from harmful i n-
terference caused by forei gn oper-
ati ons.
(d) I n the event that a compl ai nt of
harmful i nterference resul ti ng from op-
erati on of these ci rcui ts i s recei ved
from a forei gn source, the offendi ng
ci rcui t(s) must cease operati on on the
parti cul ar frequency concerned i mme-
di atel y upon noti fi cati on by the Com-
mi ssi on.
(e) I n order to accommodate the si tu-
ati ons descri bed i n paragraphs (c) and
(d) of thi s secti on, the equi pment shal l
be capabl e of transmi tti ng and recei v-
i ng on any frequency wi thi n the bands
between 2 and 25 MHz and capabl e of
i mmedi ate change among the fre-
quenci es, provi ded, however, that thi s
requi rement does not appl y to equi p-
ment manufactured pri or to August 15,
1983.
(f) Onl y 2K80J 3E, 100HA1A, 100HA1B
and those emi ssi on types l i sted i n
§90.237(g) are permi tted.
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47 CFR Ch. I (10–1–98 Edition) §90.267
(g) Appl i cants must ful fi l l el i gi bi l i ty
requi rements set out i n §90.35(c)(1) and
submi t communi cati ons pl ans pursuant
to §90.129(o).
(h) Exerci ses or ci rcui ts tests whi ch
requi re use of these frequenci es for
more than seven hours per week cumu-
l ati ve are prohi bi ted unl ess pri or wri t-
ten approval i s obtai ned from the Com-
mi ssi on.
[48 F R 32996, J ul y 20, 1983, as amended at 49
F R 48712, Dec. 14, 1984; 52 F R 29856, Aug. 12,
1987; 62 F R 18929, Apr. 17, 1997]
§90.267 Assignment and use of fre-
quencies in the 450–470 MHz band
for low-power use.
(a) Any regul arl y assi gnabl e fre-
quency i n the 450–470 MHz band l i sted
i n the tabl es i n subparts B and C of thi s
part may be desi gnated by the fre-
quency coordi nators as a l ow-power
channel i n a defi ned geographi c area.
These channel s are subj ect to the fol -
l owi ng condi ti ons.
(1) [Reserved]
(2) Assi gnments are subj ect to the
frequency coordi nati on requi rements
of §90.175.
(3) Stati ons are l i mi ted to 2 watts
output power and wi l l be l i censed as
mobi l e, but may serve the functi ons of
base, fi xed, or mobi l e rel ay stati ons.
(4) Wi de area operati ons wi l l not be
authori zed. The area of normal day-to-
day operati ons wi l l be descri bed i n the
appl i cati on i n terms of maxi mum di s-
tance from a geographi cal center (l ati -
tude and l ongi tude).
(5) A hospi tal or heal th care i nsti tu-
ti on hol di ng a l i cense to operate a
radi o stati on under thi s part may oper-
ate a medi cal radi o tel emetry devi ce
wi th an output power not to exceed 20
mi l l i watts wi thout speci fi c authori za-
ti on from the Commi ssi on. Al l l i cens-
ees operati ng under thi s authori ty
must compl y wi th the requi rements
and l i mi tati ons set forth i n thi s sec-
ti on.
(6) Each coordi nator must mai ntai n a
l i st of al l channel s desi gnated for l ow-
power use and the geographi c areas
where such channel s are avai l abl e. The
coordi nator must make thi s l i st avai l -
abl e to the publ i c upon request.
(7) Antennas of mobi l e stati ons used
as fi xed stati ons communi cati ng wi th
one or more associ ated stati ons l ocated
wi thi n 45 degrees of azi muth shal l be
di recti onal and have a front to back
rati o of at l east 15 dB. Except as pro-
vi ded i n thi s paragraph (b)(7), the
hei ght of the antenna used at any mo-
bi l e stati on servi ng as a base, fi xed or
mobi l e rel ay stati on may not exceed 7
m. (20 ft) above the ground l evel .
(i ) No l i mi t shal l be pl aced on the
l ength or hei ght above ground l evel of
any commerci al l y manufactured radi -
ati ng transmi ssi on l i ne when the trans-
mi ssi on l i ne i s termi nated i n a non-ra-
di ati ng l oad and i s routed at l east 7 m.
(20 ft) i nteri or to the edge of any struc-
ture or i s routed bel ow ground l evel .
(i i ) Onl y sea-based stati ons, and cen-
tral al arm stati ons operati ng on fre-
quenci es al l ocated for central stati on
protecti on operati ons, may uti l i ze an-
tennas mounted not more than 7 m. (20
ft.) above a man-made supporti ng
structure, i ncl udi ng antenna struc-
tures.
(b) [Reserved]
[60 F R 37268, J ul y 19, 1995, as amended at 61
F R 4235, F eb. 5, 1996; 62 F R 2041, J an. 15, 1997;
62 F R 18929, Apr. 17, 1997]
§90.269 Use of frequencies for self-
powered vehicle detectors.
(a) F requenci es subj ect to
§90.20(d)(22) may be used for the oper-
ati on of sel f-powered vehi cl e detectors
by l i censees of base/mobi l e stati ons i n
the Publ i c Safety Pool i n accordance
wi th the fol l owi ng condi ti ons:
(1) Al l stati ons are l i mi ted to 100
mi l l i watts carri er power and 20K00F 7W,
20K00F 7X, 20K00F 8W, 20K00F 8X,
20K00F 9W or 20K00F 9X emi ssi ons. The
frequency devi ati on shal l not exceed 5
kHz. No more than two 30 ms. pul ses
may be emi tted for each vehi cl e
sensed.
(2) The transmi tters must be crystal
control l ed wi th a frequency tol erance
of pl us or mi nus .005% from ¥20° to
pl us 50 °C. They must be certi fi cated.
(3) The total l ength of the trans-
mi ssi on l i ne pl us antenna may not ex-
ceed one-hal f wavel ength and must be
i ntegral wi th the uni t.
(4) Al l operati on shal l be on a second-
ary, non-i nterference basi s.
(b) [Reserved]
[48 F R 54982, Dec. 8, 1983, as amended at 54
F R 38681, Sept. 20, 1989; 62 F R 18929, Apr. 17,
1997; 63 F R 36610, J ul y 7, 1998]
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Federal Communications Commission §90.273
EF F ECTI VE DATE NOTE: At 63 F R 36610,
J ul y 7, 1998, §90.269 was amended i n para-
graph (a)(2) by removi ng the term ‘‘type ac-
cepted’’ and addi ng i n i ts pl ace ‘‘certi fi -
cated’’, effecti ve Oct. 5, 1998.
§90.273 Availability and use of fre-
quencies in the 421–430 MHz band.
The frequency bands 422.1875–425.4875
MHz and 427.1875–429.9875 MHz are
avai l abl e for use i n the Detroi t, Mi chi -
gan and Cl evel and, Ohi o areas. The
bands 423.8125–425.4875 MHz and
428.8125–429.9875 MHz are avai l abl e for
use i n the Buffal o, New Y ork area. Sec-
ti ons 90.273 through 90.281 address the
speci fi c rul es appl i cabl e to these bands.
Use of these bands i s al so subj ect to
the general techni cal standards and ap-
pl i cati on procedures contai ned i n other
subparts of part 90. The techni cal
standards appl i cabl e i n thi s band are
the same as those contai ned i n subpart
I of part 90 for the 450–470 MHz band.
Pri vate l and mobi l e use of these fre-
quenci es i s subj ect to accepti ng any i n-
terference from F ederal Government
radi ol ocati on operati ons.
(a) The fol l owi ng tabl es l i st fre-
quenci es avai l abl e for assi gnment i n
the Publ i c Safety and I ndustri al /Busi -
ness Pool s as i ndi cated. I n the tabl es,
the Publ i c Safety Pool frequenci es are
denoted as ‘‘PS’’ and the I ndustri al /
Busi ness Pool frequenci es are denoted
as ‘‘I B.’’ The frequenci es 422.19375 MHz
through 424.99375 MHz are pai red wi th
frequenci es 427.19375 MHz through
429.99375 MHz, respecti vel y. Onl y the
l ower hal f of each frequency pai r,
avai l abl e for base stati on operati on, i s
l i sted i n the tabl es. Correspondi ng mo-
bi l e and control stati on frequenci es are
5 MHz hi gher than the base stati on fre-
quency. The frequenci es 425.000 through
425.48125 are unpai red and are avai l abl e
for ei ther si ngl e frequency di spatch or
pagi ng operati ons.
TABLE 1—CHANNELS AVAILABLE IN DETROIT AND
CLEVELAND AREAS ONLY
Frequency (MHz)
Pool in which
assigned
Paired channels:
422.19375* ............................................. IB
422.200 ................................................... IB
422.20625* ............................................. IB
422.21250 ............................................... IB
422.21875* ............................................. IB
422.225 ................................................... IB
422.23125* ............................................. IB
TABLE 1—CHANNELS AVAILABLE IN DETROIT AND
CLEVELAND AREAS ONLY—Continued
Frequency (MHz)
Pool in which
assigned
422.23750 ............................................... IB
422.24375* ............................................. IB
422.250 ................................................... IB
422.25625* ............................................. IB
422.26250 ............................................... IB
422.26875* ............................................. IB
422.275 ................................................... IB
422.28125* ............................................. IB
422.28750 ............................................... IB
422.29375* ............................................. IB
422.300 ................................................... IB
422.30625* ............................................. IB
422.31250 ............................................... IB
422.31875* ............................................. IB
422.325 ................................................... IB
422.33125* ............................................. IB
422.33750 ............................................... IB
422.34375* ............................................. IB
422.350 ................................................... IB
422.35625* ............................................. IB
422.36250 ............................................... IB
422.36875* ............................................. IB
422.375 ................................................... IB
422.38125* ............................................. IB
422.38750 ............................................... IB
422.39375* ............................................. IB
422.400 ................................................... IB
422.40625* ............................................. IB
422.41250 ............................................... IB
422.41875* ............................................. IB
422.425 ................................................... IB
422.43125* ............................................. IB
422.43750 ............................................... IB
422.44375* ............................................. IB
422.450 ................................................... IB
422.45625* ............................................. IB
422.46250 ............................................... IB
422.46875* ............................................. IB
422.475 ................................................... IB
422.48125* ............................................. IB
422.48750 ............................................... IB
422.49375* ............................................. IB
422.500 ................................................... IB
422.50625* ............................................. IB
422.51250 ............................................... IB
422.51875* ............................................. IB
422.525 ................................................... IB
422.53125* ............................................. IB
422.53750 ............................................... IB
422.54375* ............................................. IB
422.550 ................................................... IB
422.55625* ............................................. IB
422.56250 ............................................... IB
422.56875* ............................................. IB
422.575 ................................................... IB
422.58125* ............................................. IB
422.58750 ............................................... IB
422.59375* ............................................. IB
422.600 ................................................... IB
422.60625* ............................................. IB
422.61250 ............................................... IB
422.61875* ............................................. IB
422.625 ................................................... IB
422.63125* ............................................. IB
422.63750 ............................................... IB
422.64375* ............................................. IB
422.650 ................................................... IB
422.65625* ............................................. IB
422.66250 ............................................... IB
422.66875* ............................................. IB
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47 CFR Ch. I (10–1–98 Edition) §90.273
TABLE 1—CHANNELS AVAILABLE IN DETROIT AND
CLEVELAND AREAS ONLY—Continued
Frequency (MHz)
Pool in which
assigned
422.675 ................................................... IB
422.68125* ............................................. IB
422.68750 ............................................... IB
422.69375* ............................................. IB
422.700 ................................................... IB
422.70625* ............................................. IB
422.71250 ............................................... IB
422.71875* ............................................. IB
422.725 ................................................... IB
422.73125* ............................................. IB
422.73750 ............................................... IB
422.74375* ............................................. IB
422.750 ................................................... IB
422.75625* ............................................. IB
422.76250 ............................................... IB
422.76875* ............................................. IB
422.775 ................................................... IB
422.78125* ............................................. IB
422.78750 ............................................... IB
422.79375* ............................................. IB
422.800 ................................................... IB
422.80625* ............................................. IB
422.81250 ............................................... IB
422.81875* ............................................. IB
422.825 ................................................... IB
422.83125* ............................................. IB
422.83750 ............................................... IB
422.84375* ............................................. IB
422.850 ................................................... IB
422.85625* ............................................. IB
422.86250 ............................................... IB
422.86875* ............................................. IB
422.875 ................................................... IB
422.88125* ............................................. IB
422.88750 ............................................... IB
422.89375* ............................................. IB
422.900 ................................................... IB
422.90625* ............................................. IB
422.91250 ............................................... IB
422.91875* ............................................. IB
422.925 ................................................... IB
422.93125* ............................................. IB
422.93750 ............................................... IB
422.94375* ............................................. IB
422.950 ................................................... IB
422.95625* ............................................. IB
422.96250 ............................................... IB
422.96875* ............................................. IB
422.975 ................................................... IB
422.98125* ............................................. IB
422.98750 ............................................... IB
422.99375* ............................................. IB
423.000 ................................................... PS
423.00625* ............................................. PS
423.01250 ............................................... PS
423.01875* ............................................. PS
423.025 ................................................... PS
423.03125* ............................................. PS
423.03750 ............................................... PS
423.04375* ............................................. PS
423.050 ................................................... PS
423.05625* ............................................. PS
423.06250 ............................................... PS
423.06875* ............................................. PS
423.075 ................................................... PS
423.08125* ............................................. PS
423.08750 ............................................... PS
423.09375* ............................................. PS
423.100 ................................................... PS
423.10625* ............................................. PS
TABLE 1—CHANNELS AVAILABLE IN DETROIT AND
CLEVELAND AREAS ONLY—Continued
Frequency (MHz)
Pool in which
assigned
423.11250 ............................................... PS
423.11875* ............................................. PS
423.125 ................................................... PS
423.13125* ............................................. PS
423.13750 ............................................... PS
423.14375* ............................................. PS
423.150 ................................................... PS
423.15625* ............................................. PS
423.16250 ............................................... PS
423.16875* ............................................. PS
423.175 ................................................... PS
423.18125* ............................................. PS
423.18750 ............................................... PS
423.19375* ............................................. PS
423.200 ................................................... PS
423.20625* ............................................. PS
423.21250 ............................................... PS
423.21875* ............................................. PS
423.225 ................................................... PS
423.23125* ............................................. PS
423.23750 ............................................... PS
423.24375* ............................................. PS
423.250 ................................................... PS
423.25625* ............................................. PS
423.26250 ............................................... PS
423.26875* ............................................. PS
423.275 ................................................... PS
423.28125* ............................................. PS
423.28750 ............................................... PS
423.29375* ............................................. PS
423.300 ................................................... PS
423.30625* ............................................. PS
423.31250 ............................................... PS
423.31875* ............................................. PS
423.325 ................................................... PS
423.33125* ............................................. PS
423.33750 ............................................... PS
423.34375* ............................................. PS
423.350 ................................................... PS
423.35625* ............................................. PS
423.36250 ............................................... PS
423.36875* ............................................. PS
423.375 ................................................... PS
423.38125* ............................................. PS
423.38750 ............................................... PS
423.39375* ............................................. PS
423.400 ................................................... PS
423.40625* ............................................. PS
423.41250 ............................................... PS
423.41875* ............................................. PS
423.425 ................................................... PS
423.43125* ............................................. PS
423.43750 ............................................... PS
423.44375* ............................................. PS
423.450 ................................................... PS
423.45625* ............................................. PS
423.46250 ............................................... PS
423.46875* ............................................. PS
423.475 ................................................... PS
423.48125* ............................................. PS
423.48750 ............................................... PS
423.49375* ............................................. PS
423.500 ................................................... PS
423.50625* ............................................. PS
423.51250 ............................................... PS
423.51875* ............................................. PS
423.525 ................................................... PS
423.53125* ............................................. PS
423.53750 ............................................... PS
423.54375* ............................................. PS
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Federal Communications Commission §90.273
TABLE 1—CHANNELS AVAILABLE IN DETROIT AND
CLEVELAND AREAS ONLY—Continued
Frequency (MHz)
Pool in which
assigned
423.550 ................................................... PS
423.55625* ............................................. PS
423.56250 ............................................... PS
423.56875* ............................................. PS
423.575 ................................................... PS
423.58125* ............................................. PS
423.58750 ............................................... PS
423.59375* ............................................. PS
423.600 ................................................... PS
423.60625* ............................................. PS
423.61250 ............................................... PS
423.61875* ............................................. PS
423.625 ................................................... PS
423.63125* ............................................. PS
423.63750 ............................................... PS
423.64375* ............................................. PS
423.650 ................................................... PS
423.65625* ............................................. PS
423.66250 ............................................... PS
423.66875* ............................................. PS
423.675 ................................................... PS
423.68125* ............................................. PS
423.68750 ............................................... PS
423.69375* ............................................. PS
423.700 ................................................... PS
423.70625* ............................................. PS
423.71250 ............................................... PS
423.71875* ............................................. PS
423.725 ................................................... PS
423.73125* ............................................. PS
423.73750 ............................................... PS
423.74375* ............................................. PS
423.750 ................................................... PS
423.75625* ............................................. PS
423.76250 ............................................... PS
423.76875* ............................................. PS
423.775 ................................................... PS
423.78125* ............................................. PS
423.78750 ............................................... PS
423.79375* ............................................. PS
423.800 ................................................... PS
423.80625* ............................................. PS
* This frequency will be assigned with an authorized band-
width not to exceed 6 kHz.
TABLE 2—CHANNELS AVAILABLE IN BUFFALO,
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND AREAS
Frequency (MHz)
Pool in which as-
signed
Paired channels:
423.81875* .......................................... PS
423.825 ................................................ PS
423.83125* .......................................... PS
423.83750 ............................................ PS
423.84375* .......................................... PS
423.850 ................................................ PS
423.85625* .......................................... PS
423.86250 ............................................ PS
423.86875* .......................................... PS
423.875 ................................................ PS
423.88125* .......................................... PS
423.88750 ............................................ PS
423.89375* .......................................... PS
423.900 ................................................ PS
423.90625* .......................................... PS
423.91250 ............................................ PS
423.91875* .......................................... PS
TABLE 2—CHANNELS AVAILABLE IN BUFFALO,
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND AREAS—Continued
Frequency (MHz)
Pool in which as-
signed
423.925 ................................................ PS
423.93125* .......................................... PS
423.93750 ............................................ PS
423.94375* .......................................... PS
423.950 ................................................ PS
423.95625* .......................................... PS
423.96250 ............................................ PS
423.96875* .......................................... PS
423.975 ................................................ PS
423.98125* .......................................... PS
423.98750 ............................................ PS
423.99375* .......................................... PS
424.000 ................................................ PS
424.00625* .......................................... PS
424.01250 ............................................ PS
424.01875* .......................................... PS
424.025 ................................................ PS
424.03125* .......................................... PS
424.03750 ............................................ PS
424.04375* .......................................... PS
424.050 ................................................ PS
424.05625* .......................................... PS
424.06250 ............................................ PS
424.06875* .......................................... PS
424.075 ................................................ PS
424.08125* .......................................... PS
424.08750 ............................................ PS
424.09375* .......................................... PS
424.100 ................................................ PS
424.10625* .......................................... PS
424.11250 ............................................ PS
424.11875* .......................................... PS
424.125 ................................................ PS
424.13125* .......................................... PS
424.13750 ............................................ PS
424.14375* .......................................... PS
424.150 ................................................ PS
424.15625* .......................................... PS
424.16250 ............................................ PS
424.16875* .......................................... PS
424.175 ................................................ PS
424.18125* .......................................... PS
424.18750 ............................................ PS
424.19375* .......................................... PS
424.200 ................................................ PS
424.20625* .......................................... PS
424.21250 ............................................ PS
424.21875* .......................................... PS
424.225 ................................................ PS
424.23125* .......................................... PS
424.23750 ............................................ PS
424.24375* .......................................... PS
424.250 ................................................ PS
424.25625* .......................................... PS
424.26250 ............................................ PS
424.26875* .......................................... PS
424.275 ................................................ PS
424.28125* .......................................... PS
424.28750 ............................................ PS
424.29375* .......................................... PS
424.300 ................................................ PS
424.30625* .......................................... PS
424.31250 ............................................ PS
424.31875* .......................................... PS
424.325 ................................................ PS
424.33125* .......................................... PS
424.33750 ............................................ PS
424.34375* .......................................... PS
424.350 ................................................ PS
424.35625* .......................................... PS
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TABLE 2—CHANNELS AVAILABLE IN BUFFALO,
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND AREAS—Continued
Frequency (MHz)
Pool in which as-
signed
424.36250 ............................................ PS
424.36875* .......................................... PS
424.375 ................................................ PS
424.38125* .......................................... PS
424.38750 ............................................ PS
424.39375* .......................................... PS
424.400 ................................................ IB
424.40625* .......................................... IB
424.41250 ............................................ IB
424.41875* .......................................... IB
424.425 ................................................ IB
424.43125* .......................................... IB
424.43750 ............................................ IB
424.44375* .......................................... IB
424.450 ................................................ IB
424.45625* .......................................... IB
424.46250 ............................................ IB
424.46875* .......................................... IB
424.475 ................................................ IB
424.48125* .......................................... IB
424.48750 ............................................ IB
424.49375* .......................................... IB
424.500 ................................................ IB
424.50625* .......................................... IB
424.51250 ............................................ IB
424.51875* .......................................... IB
424.525 ................................................ IB
424.53125* .......................................... IB
424.53750 ............................................ IB
424.54375* .......................................... IB
424.550 ................................................ IB
424.55625* .......................................... IB
424.56250 ............................................ IB
424.56875* .......................................... IB
424.575 ................................................ IB
424.58125* .......................................... IB
424.58750 ............................................ IB
424.59375* .......................................... IB
424.600 ................................................ IB
424.60625* .......................................... IB
424.61250 ............................................ IB
424.61875* .......................................... IB
424.625 ................................................ IB
424.63125* .......................................... IB
424.63750 ............................................ IB
424.64375* .......................................... IB
424.650 ................................................ IB
424.65625* .......................................... IB
424.66250 ............................................ IB
424.66875* .......................................... IB
424.675 ................................................ IB
424.68125* .......................................... IB
424.68750 ............................................ IB
424.69375* .......................................... IB
424.700 ................................................ IB
424.70625* .......................................... IB
424.71250 ............................................ IB
424.71875* .......................................... IB
424.725 ................................................ IB
424.73125* .......................................... IB
424.73750 ............................................ IB
424.74375* .......................................... IB
424.750 ................................................ IB
424.75625* .......................................... IB
424.76250 ............................................ IB
424.76875* .......................................... IB
424.775 ................................................ IB
424.78125* .......................................... IB
424.78750 ............................................ IB
424.79375* .......................................... IB
TABLE 2—CHANNELS AVAILABLE IN BUFFALO,
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND AREAS—Continued
Frequency (MHz)
Pool in which as-
signed
424.800 ................................................ IB
424.80625* .......................................... IB
424.81250 ............................................ IB
424.81875* .......................................... IB
424.825 ................................................ IB
424.83125* .......................................... IB
424.83750 ............................................ IB
424.84375* .......................................... IB
424.850 ................................................ IB
424.85625* .......................................... IB
424.86250 ............................................ IB
424.86875* .......................................... IB
424.875 ................................................ IB
424.88125* .......................................... IB
424.88750 ............................................ IB
424.89375* .......................................... IB
424.900 ................................................ IB
424.90625* .......................................... IB
424.91250 ............................................ IB
424.91875* .......................................... IB
424.925 ................................................ IB
424.93125* .......................................... IB
424.93750 ............................................ IB
424.94375* .......................................... IB
424.950 ................................................ IB
424.95625* .......................................... IB
424.96250 ............................................ IB
424.96875* .......................................... IB
424.975 ................................................ IB
424.98125* .......................................... IB
424.98750 ............................................ IB
424.99375* .......................................... IB
Single channels:
425.000 ................................................ IB
425.00625* .......................................... IB
425.01250 ............................................ IB
425.01875* .......................................... IB
425.025 ................................................ IB
425.03125* .......................................... IB
425.03750 ............................................ IB
425.04375* .......................................... IB
425.050 ................................................ IB
425.05625* .......................................... IB
425.06250 ............................................ IB
425.06875* .......................................... IB
425.075 ................................................ IB
425.08125* .......................................... IB
425.08750 ............................................ IB
425.09375* .......................................... IB
425.100 ................................................ IB
425.10625* .......................................... IB
425.11250 ............................................ IB
425.11875* .......................................... IB
425.125 ................................................ IB
425.13125* .......................................... IB
425.13750 ............................................ IB
425.14375* .......................................... IB
425.150 ................................................ IB
425.15625* .......................................... IB
425.16250 ............................................ IB
425.16875* .......................................... IB
425.175 ................................................ IB
425.18125* .......................................... IB
425.18750 ............................................ IB
425.19375* .......................................... IB
425.200 ................................................ IB
425.20625* .......................................... IB
425.21250 ............................................ IB
425.21875* .......................................... IB
425.225 ................................................ IB
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Federal Communications Commission §90.279
TABLE 2—CHANNELS AVAILABLE IN BUFFALO,
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND AREAS—Continued
Frequency (MHz)
Pool in which as-
signed
425.23125* .......................................... IB
425.23750 ............................................ IB
425.24375* .......................................... IB
425.250 ................................................ PS
425.25625* .......................................... PS
425.26250 ............................................ PS
425.26875* .......................................... PS
425.275 ................................................ PS
425.28125* .......................................... PS
425.28750 ............................................ PS
425.29375* .......................................... PS
425.300 ................................................ PS
425.30625* .......................................... PS
425.31250 ............................................ PS
425.31875* .......................................... PS
425.325 ................................................ PS
425.33125* .......................................... PS
425.33750 ............................................ PS
425.34375* .......................................... PS
425.350 ................................................ PS
425.35625* .......................................... PS
425.36250 ............................................ PS
425.36875* .......................................... PS
425.375 ................................................ PS
425.38125* .......................................... PS
425.38750 ............................................ PS
425.39375* .......................................... PS
425.400 ................................................ PS
425.40625* .......................................... PS
425.41250 ............................................ PS
425.41875* .......................................... PS
425.425 ................................................ PS
425.43125* .......................................... PS
425.43750 ............................................ PS
425.44375* .......................................... PS
425.450 ................................................ PS
425.45625* .......................................... PS
425.46250 ............................................ PS
425.46875* .......................................... PS
425.475 ................................................ PS
425.48125* .......................................... PS
* This frequency will be assigned with an authorized band-
width not to exceed 6 kHz.
(b) [Reserved]
(c) Base or control stati ons shal l be
l ocated wi thi n 48 km (30 mi l es) of the
center of Buffal o or 80 km (50 mi l es) of
the center of Detroi t. I n Cl evel and,
base or control stati ons wi l l be al l owed
at l ocati ons north of l i ne A that are
wi thi n 48 km (30 mi l es) of the ci ty cen-
ter. I n addi ti on, l ow power (2 watts or
l ess) base stati ons may l ocate wi thi n 80
km (50 mi l es) of the center of Buffal o.
The fol l owi ng coordi nates shal l be used
for the centers of these areas:
Buffal o, NY ........ 42°52′52′ North l ati tude.
78°52′21′ West l ongi tude.
Cl evel and, OH .... 41°29′51′ North l ati tude.
81°41′50′ West l ongi tude.
Detroi t, MI ........ 42°19′48′ North l ati tude.
83°02′57′ West l ongi tude.
(d) Mobi l e operati on shal l be confi ned
to wi thi n 80 km (50 mi l es) of the cen-
ters of Detroi t, Cl evel and, or Buffal o.
[52 F R 6156, Mar. 2, 1987, as amended at 54 F R
38681, Sept. 20, 1989; 58 F R 31476, J une 3, 1993;
58 F R 44957, Aug. 25, 1993; 60 F R 37269, J ul y 19,
1995; 61 F R 6576, F eb. 21, 1996; 62 F R 18929,
Apr. 17, 1997]
§90.275 Selection and assignment of
frequencies in the 421–430 MHz
band.
Appl i cants must speci fy the fre-
quenci es i n whi ch the proposed system
wi l l operate pursuant to a rec-
ommendati on by a frequency coordi na-
tor certi fi ed for the pool i n whi ch the
requested frequency i s assi gned.
[62 F R 18932, Apr. 17, 1997]
§90.279 Power limitations applicable
to the 421–430 MHz band.
(a) Base stati on authori zati ons i n the
421–430 MHz band wi l l be subj ect to Ef-
fecti ve Radi ated Power (ERP) and Ef-
fecti ve Antenna Hei ght (EAH) l i mi ta-
ti ons as shown i n the tabl e bel ow. ERP
i s defi ned as the product of the power
suppl i ed to the antenna and i ts gai n
rel ati ve to a hal f-wave di pol e i n a
gi ven di recti on. EAH i s cal cul ated by
subtracti ng the Assumed Average Ter-
rai n El evati on (AATE) as l i sted i n
tabl e 7 of §90.619 from the antenna
hei ght above mean sea l evel .
LIMITS OF EFFECTIVE RADIATED POWER (ERP)
CORRESPONDING TO EFFECTIVE ANTENNA
HEIGHTS (EAH) OF BASE STATIONS IN THE
421–430 MHZ BAND
Effective antenna height (EAH) in meters (feet)
Maximum
effective
radiated
power
(ERP)
(watts)
0–152 (0–500) ....................................................... 250
Above 152–305 (above 500–1000) ....................... 150
Above 305–457 (above 1000–1500) ..................... 75
Above 457–610 (above 1500–2000) ..................... 40
Above 610–762 (above 2000–2500) ..................... 20
Above 762–914 (above 2500–3000) ..................... 15
Above 914–1219 (above 3000–4000) ................... 10
Above 1219 (above 4000) ..................................... 5
(b) The maxi mum transmi tter power
output that wi l l be authori zed for con-
trol stati ons i s 20 watts.
[52 F R 6157, Mar. 2, 1987, as amended at 58 F R
44957, Aug. 25, 1993]
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47 CFR Ch. I (10–1–98 Edition) §90.281
§90.281 Restrictions on operational
fixed stations in the 421–430 MHz
band.
(a) Except for control stati ons, oper-
ati onal fi xed faci l i ti es wi l l not be au-
thori zed i n the 421–430 MHz band. Thi s
does not precl ude secondary fi xed tone
si gnal i ng and al arm operati ons author-
i zed i n §90.235.
(b) Control stati ons associ ated wi th
one or more mobi l e rel ay stati ons wi l l
be authori zed onl y on the assi gned fre-
quency of the associ ated mobi l e sta-
ti on. Use of a mobi l e servi ce frequency
by a control stati on of a mobi l e rel ay
system i s subj ect to the condi ti on that
harmful i nterference shal l not be
caused to stati ons of l i censees author-
i zed to use the frequency for mobi l e
servi ce communi cati ons.
[52 F R 6158, Mar. 2, 1987, as amended at 54 F R
38681, Sept. 20, 1989]
§90.283 [Reserved]
Subpart L—Authorization in the
Band 470–512 MHz (UHF–TV
Sharing)
§90.301 Scope.
Thi s subpart governs the authori za-
ti on and use of frequenci es by l and mo-
bi l e stati ons i n the band 470–512 MHz on
a geographi cal l y shared basi s wi th Tel -
evi si on Broadcast stati ons. Under thi s
speci al shari ng pl an, di fferent fre-
quenci es are al l ocated dependi ng on
the geographi c urban area i nvol ved as
ful l y detai l ed i n the fol l owi ng rul e sec-
ti ons.
[43 F R 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, as amended at 62
F R 18932, Apr. 17, 1997]
§90.303 Availability of frequencies.
(a) F requenci es i n the band 470–512
MHz are avai l abl e for assi gnment i n
the urbani zed areas l i sted bel ow. The
speci fi c frequenci es avai l abl e are l i sted
i n §90.311.
FREQUENCY AVAILABILITY FOR LAND MOBILE USE
Urbanized area
Geographic center
Chan-
nel
Frequencies
(megahertz) North
latitute
West lon-
gitude
Boston, MA ..................................................................................................... 42°21′24′′ 71°03′25′′ 14 470–476
16 482–488
Chicago, IL
1
................................................................................................... 41°52′28′′ 87°38′22′′ 14 470–476
15 476–482
Cleveland, OH
2
.............................................................................................. 41°29′51′′ 81°41′50′′ 14 470–476
15 476–482
Dallas/Fort Worth, TX .................................................................................... 32°47′09′′ 96°47′37′′ 16 482–488
Detroit, MI
3
..................................................................................................... 42°19′48′′ 83°02′57′′ 15 476–482
16 482–488
Houston, TX ................................................................................................... 29°45′26′′ 95°21′37′′ 17 488–494
Los Angeles, CA
4
........................................................................................... 34°03′15′′ 118°14′28′′ 14 470–476
20 506–512
Miami, FL ....................................................................................................... 25°46′37′′ 80°11′32′′ 14 470–476
New York/N.E. NJ .......................................................................................... 40°45′06′′ 73°59′39′′ 14 470–476
15 476–482
Philadelphia, PA ............................................................................................. 39°56′58′′ 75°09′21′′ 19 500–506
20 506–512
Pittsburgh, PA ................................................................................................ 40°26′19′′ 80°00′00′′ 14 470–476
18 494–500
San Francisco/Oakland, CA ........................................................................... 37°46′39′′ 122°24′40′′ 16 482–488
17 488–494
Wash., DC/MD/VA ......................................................................................... 38°53′51′′ 77°00′33′′ 17 488–494
18 494–500
1
In the Chicago, IL, urbanized area, channel 15 frequencies may be used for paging operations in addition to low power base/
mobile usages, where applicable protection requirements for ultrahigh frequency television stations are met.
2
Channels 14 and 15 are not available in Cleveland, OH, until further order from the Commission.
3
Channels 15 and 16 are not available in Detroit, MI, until further order from the Commission.
4
Channel 16 is available in Los Angeles for use by public safety users.
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Federal Communications Commission §90.307
(b) [Reserved]
[43 F R 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, 44 F R 32220, J une
5, 1979, as amended at 50 F R 39681, Sept. 30,
1985; 50 F R 40976, Oct. 8, 1985; 51 F R 4361, F eb.
4, 1986; 52 F R 29856, Aug. 12, 1987; 62 F R 18932,
Apr. 17, 1997]
§90.305 Location of stations.
(a) The transmi tter si te(s) for base
stati on(s), i ncl udi ng mobi l e rel ay sta-
ti ons, shal l be l ocated not more than 80
km. (50 mi .) from the geographi c center
of the urbani zed area l i sted i n §90.303.
(b) Mobi l e uni ts shal l be operated
wi thi n 48 km. (30 mi .) of thei r associ -
ated base stati on or stati ons. Such
uni ts may not be operated aboard ai r-
craft i n fl i ght except as provi ded for i n
§90.315(i ).
(c) Control stati ons must be l ocated
wi thi n the area of operati on of the mo-
bi l e uni ts.
(d) Base and control stati ons shal l be
l ocated a mi ni mum of 1.6 km. (1 mi .)
from l ocal tel evi si on stati ons operat-
i ng on UHF TV channel s separated by
2, 3, 4, 5, 7, and 8 TV channel s from the
tel evi si on channel i n whi ch the base
stati on wi l l operate.
§90.307 Protection criteria.
The tabl es and fi gures l i sted i n
§90.309 shal l be used to determi ne the
proper power (ERP) and antenna hei ght
of the proposed l and mobi l e base sta-
ti on and the proper power (ERP) for
the associ ated control stati on (control
stati on antenna hei ght shal l not exceed
31 m. (100 ft.) above average terrai n
(AAT)).
(a) Base stati ons operati ng on the
frequenci es avai l abl e for l and mobi l e
use i n any l i sted urbani zed area and
havi ng an antenna hei ght (AAT) l ess
than 152 m. (500 ft.) shal l afford protec-
ti on to co-channel and adj acent chan-
nel tel evi si on stati ons i n accordance
wi th the val ues set out i n tabl es A and
E of thi s subpart, except for Channel 15
i n New Y ork, NY , and Cl evel and, OH,
and Channel 16 i n Detroi t, MI , where
protecti on wi l l be i n accordance wi th
the val ues set forth i n tabl es B and E.
(b) F or base stati ons havi ng antenna
hei ghts between 152–914 meters (500–
3,000 ft.) above average terrai n, the ef-
fecti ve radi ated power must be reduced
bel ow 1 ki l owatt i n accordance wi th
the val ues shown i n the power reduc-
ti on graph i n F i gure A, except for
Channel 15 i n New Y ork, NY , and
Cl evel and, OH, and Channel 16 i n De-
troi t, MI , where the effecti ve radi ated
power must be reduced i n accordance
wi th F i gure B. F or hei ghts of more
than 152 m. (500 ft.) above average ter-
rai n, the di stance to the radi o path ho-
ri zon wi l l be cal cul ated assumi ng
smooth earth. I f the di stance so deter-
mi ned equal s or exceeds the di stance to
the Grade B contour of a co-channel
TV stati on, (Grade B contour defi ned
i n §73.683(a)) an authori zati on wi l l not
be granted unl ess i t can be shown that
actual terrai n consi derati ons are such
as to provi de the desi red protecti on at
the Grade B contour, or that the effec-
ti ve radi ated power wi l l be further re-
duced so that, assumi ng free space at-
tenuati on, the desi red protecti on at
the Grade B contour wi l l be achi eved.
(c) Mobi l e uni ts and control stati ons
operati ng on the frequenci es avai l abl e
for l and mobi l e use i n any gi ven urban-
i zed area shal l afford protecti on to co-
channel and adj acent channel tel e-
vi si on stati ons i n accordance wi th the
val ues set forth i n tabl e C and para-
graph (d) of thi s secti on except for
Channel 15 i n New Y ork, NY , and
Cl evel and, OH, and Channel 16 i n De-
troi t, MI , where protecti on wi l l be i n
accordance wi th the val ues set forth i n
tabl e D and paragraph (d) of thi s sec-
ti on.
(d) The mi ni mum di stance between a
l and mobi l e base stati on whi ch has as-
soci ated mobi l e uni ts and a protected
adj acent channel tel evi si on stati on i s
145 km (90 mi l es) .
(e) The tel evi si on stati ons to be pro-
tected (co-channel , adj acent channel ,
I M, and I F ) i n any gi ven urbani zed
area, i n accordance wi th the provi si ons
of paragraphs (a), (b), (c), and (d) of
thi s secti on, are i denti fi ed i n the com-
mi ssi on’s publ i cati on ‘‘TV stati ons to
be consi dered i n the preparati on of Ap-
pl i cati ons for L and Mobi l e F aci l i ti es i n
the Band 470–512 MHz.’’ The publ i cati on
i s avai l abl e at the offi ces of the F ed-
eral Communi cati ons Commi ssi on at
Washi ngton, DC or upon the request of
i nterested persons.
[43 F R 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, as amended at 49
F R 36107, Sept. 14, 1984; 58 F R 44957, Aug. 25,
1993]
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§90.309 Tables and figures.
(a) Directions for using the tables. (1)
Usi ng the method speci fi ed i n §73.611 or
charts or maps of sui tabl e scal e, deter-
mi ne the di stances (i ) between the pro-
posed l and mobi l e base stati on and the
protected cochannel tel evi si on stati on
and (i i ) between the proposed l and mo-
bi l e base stati on and the protected ad-
j acent channel tel evi si on stati on. I f the
exact mi l eage does not appear i n tabl e
A for protected cochannel tel evi si on
stati ons (or tabl e B for Channel 15 i n
New Y ork and Cl evel and and channel 16
i n Detroi t) or tabl e E for protected ad-
j acent channel tel evi si on stati ons, the
next l ower mi l eage separati on fi gure i s
to be used.
(2) Enteri ng the proper tabl e at the
mi l eage fi gure found i n paragraph
(a)(1) of thi s secti on, fi nd opposi te, a
sel ecti on of powers that may be used
for antenna hei ghts rangi ng from 15 m
(50 ft) to 152.5 m (500 ft) (AAT). I f the
exact antenna hei ght proposed for the
l and mobi l e base stati on does not ap-
pear i n the proper tabl e, use the power
fi gure beneath the next greater an-
tenna hei ght.
(3) The l owest power found usi ng the
tabl es menti oned i n paragraphs (a)(1)
and (a)(2) of thi s secti on i s the maxi -
mum power that may be empl oyed by
the proposed l and mobi l e base stati on.
(4) I n determi ni ng the average el e-
vati on of the terrai n, the el evati ons be-
tween 3.2 km (2 mi ) and 16 km (10 mi )
from the antenna si te are empl oyed.
Profi l e graphs shal l be drawn for a
mi ni mum of ei ght radi al s begi nni ng at
the antenna si te and extendi ng 16 km
(10 mi ). The radi al s shoul d be drawn
starti ng wi th true north. At l east one
radi al shoul d be constructed i n the di -
recti on of the nearest cochannel and
adj acent channel UHF tel evi si on sta-
ti ons. The profi l e graph for each radi al
shal l be pl otted by contour i nterval s of
from 12.2 m (40 ft) to 30.5 m (100 ft) and,
where the data permi ts, at l east 50
poi nts of el evati on (general l y uni -
forml y spaced) shoul d be used for each
radi al . F or very rugged terrai n 61 m
(200 ft) to 122 m (400 ft) contour i nter-
val s may be used. Where the terrai n i s
uni form or gentl y sl opi ng, the smal l est
contour i nterval i ndi cated on the topo-
graphi c chart may be used. The aver-
age el evati on of the 12.8 km (8-mi l e)
di stance between 3.2 km (2 mi ) and 16
km (10 mi ) from the antenna si te
shoul d be determi ned from the profi l e
graph for each radi al . Thi s may be ob-
tai ned by averagi ng a l arge number of
equal l y spaced poi nts, by usi ng a pl a-
ni meter, or by obtai ni ng the medi an
el evati on (that exceeded by 50 percent
of the di stance) i n sectors and averag-
i ng those val ues. I n the preparati on of
the profi l e graphs, the el evati on or
contour i nterval s may be taken from
U.S. Geol ogi cal Survey Topographi c
Maps, U.S. Army Corps of Engi neers
Maps, or Tennessee Val l ey Authori ty
Maps. Maps wi th a scal e of 1:250,000 or
l arger (such as 1:24,000) shal l be used.
Di gi tal Terrai n Data Tapes, provi ded
by the Nati onal Cartographi c I nsti tute,
U.S. Geol ogi cal Survey, may be uti -
l i zed i n l i eu of maps, but the number of
data poi nts must be equal to or exceed
that speci al above. I f such maps are
not publ i shed for the area i n questi on,
the next best topographi c i nformati on
shoul d be used.
(5) Appl i cants for base stati ons i n the
Mi ami , F L , urbani zed area may, i n l i eu
of cal cul ati ng the hei ght of average
terrai n, use 3 m (10 ft) as the average
terrai n hei ght.
TABLE A—BASE STATION—COCHANNEL FREQUENCIES (50 DB PROTECTION) MAXIMUM EFFECTIVE
RADIATED POWER (ERP)
1
Distance in kilo-
meters (miles):
2
Antenna height in meters (feet) (AAT)
15 (50)
30.5
(100)
45 (150) 61 (200) 76 (250)
91.5
(300)
106
(350)
122
(400)
137
(450)
152.5
(500)
260 (162) ............. 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000
257 (160) ............. 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 800
249 (155) ............. 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 875 775 700 625 575
241 (150) ............. 1,000 1,000 950 775 725 625 550 500 450 400
233 (145) ............. 850 750 650 575 500 440 400 350 320 300
225 (140) ............. 600 575 475 400 350 300 275 250 230 225
217 (135) ............. 450 400 335 300 255 240 200 185 165 150
209 (130) ............. 350 300 245 200 185 160 145 125 120 100
201 (125) ............. 225 200 170 150 125 110 100 90 80 75
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TABLE A—BASE STATION—COCHANNEL FREQUENCIES (50 DB PROTECTION) MAXIMUM EFFECTIVE
RADIATED POWER (ERP)
1
—Continued
Distance in kilo-
meters (miles):
2
Antenna height in meters (feet) (AAT)
15 (50)
30.5
(100)
45 (150) 61 (200) 76 (250)
91.5
(300)
106
(350)
122
(400)
137
(450)
152.5
(500)
193 (120) ............. 175 150 125 105 90 80 70 60 55 50
1
The effective radiated power (ERP) and antenna height above average terrain (AAT) shall not exceed the values given in this
table.
2
At this distance from transmitter site of protected UHF television station.
TABLE B—BASE STATION—COCHANNEL FREQUENCIES (40 DB PROTECTION) MAXIMUM EFFECTIVE
RADIATED POWER (ERP)
1
Distance in kilo-
meters (miles):
2
Antenna height in meters (feet) (AAT)
15 (50)
30.5
(100)
45 (150) 61 (200) 76 (250)
91.5
(300)
106
(350)
122
(400)
137
(450)
152.5
(500)
209 (130) ............. 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000
201 (125) ............. 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 850 750 725
193 (120) ............. 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 900 750 675 600 550 500
185 4(115) ........... 1,000 1,000 800 725 600 525 475 425 375 350
177 (110) ............. 850 700 600 500 425 375 325 300 275 225
169 (105) ............. 600 475 400 325 275 250 225 200 175 150
161 (100) ............. 400 325 275 225 175 150 140 125 110 100
153 (95) ............... 275 225 175 125 110 95 80 70 60 50
145 (90) ............... 175 125 100 75 50 .............. .............. .............. .............. ..............
1
The effective radiated power (ERP) and antenna height above average terrain (AAT) shall not exceed the values given in this
table.
2
At this distance from transmitter site of protected UHF television station.
TABLE C—MOBILE AND CONTROL STATION—
DISTANCE BETWEEN ASSOCIATED BASE STA-
TION AND PROTECTED COCHANNEL TV STA-
TION
[50 dB protection]
Effective radiated power
(watts) of mobile unit and
control station
Distance
Kilometers Miles
200 ..................................... 249 155
150 ..................................... 243 151
100 ..................................... 233 145
50 ....................................... 217 135
25 ....................................... 201 125
10 ....................................... 188 117
5 ......................................... 180 112
TABLE D—MOBILE AND CONTROL STATION—
DISTANCE BETWEEN ASSOCIATED LAND MO-
BILE BASE STATION AND PROTECTED COCHAN-
NEL TV STATION
[40 dB protection]
Effective radiated power
(watts) of mobile unit and
control station
Distance
Kilometers Miles
200 ..................................... 209 130
150 ..................................... 201 125
100 ..................................... 193 120
50 ....................................... 185 115
25 ....................................... 177 110
10 ....................................... 169 105
5 ......................................... 161 100
TABLE E—BASE STATION ADJACENT CHANNEL FREQUENCIES MAXIMUM EFFECTIVE RADIATED POWER
(ERP)
1
Distance in kilo-
meters (miles):
2,3
Antenna height in meters (feet) (AAT)
15 (50)
30.5
(100)
45 (150) 61 (200) 76 (250)
91.5
(300)
106
(350)
122
(400)
137
(450)
152.5
(500)
108 (67) ............... 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000
106 (66) ............... 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 750
104 (65) ............... 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 825 650 600
103 (64) ............... 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 775 625 500 400
101 (63) ............... 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 650 450 325 325 225
99 (62) ................. 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 525 375 250 200 150 125
98 (61) ................. 1,000 1,000 700 450 250 200 125 100 75 50
96 (60) ................. 1,000 1,000 425 225 125 100 75 50
1
The effective radiated power (ERP) and antenna height above average terrain (AAT) shall not exceed the values given in this
table.
2
At this distance from transmitter site of protected UHF television station.
3
The minimum distance is 145 km (90 miles) where there are mobile units associated with the base station. See sec.
90.307(d).
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TABLE ‘‘F’’—DECIBEL REDUCTION/POWER
EQUIVALENTS
dB reduction below 1 kW
ERP per-
mitted (fig-
ures
rounded)
1 ........................................................................... 795
2 ........................................................................... 630
3 ........................................................................... 500
4 ........................................................................... 400
5 ........................................................................... 315
6 ........................................................................... 250
7 ........................................................................... 200
8 ........................................................................... 160
9 ........................................................................... 125
10 ......................................................................... 100
11 ......................................................................... 80
12 ......................................................................... 65
13 ......................................................................... 50
14 ......................................................................... 40
15 ......................................................................... 30
16 ......................................................................... 25
17 ......................................................................... 20
18 ......................................................................... 15
19 ......................................................................... 12
20 ......................................................................... 10
21 ......................................................................... 8
22 ......................................................................... 6
23 ......................................................................... 5
24 ......................................................................... 4
25 ......................................................................... 3
26 ......................................................................... 2.5
27 ......................................................................... 2
28 ......................................................................... 1.5
29 ......................................................................... 1.25
30 ......................................................................... 1
(b) Directions for Using the Figures. (1)
Determi ne antenna hei ght above aver-
age terrai n. (Accordi ng to §90.309(a)(4).)
(2) L ocate thi s val ue on the antenna
hei ght axi s.
(3) Determi ne the separati on between
the L M antenna si te and the nearest
protected co-channel TV stati on. (Ac-
cordi ng to §73.611.)
(4) Draw a verti cal l i ne to i ntersect
the L M/TV separati on curve at the di s-
tance determi ned i n step 3 above. F or
di stances not shown i n the graph use
l i near i nterpol ati on.
(5) F rom the i ntersecti on of the L M/
TV separati on curve draw a hori zontal
l i ne to the power reducti on scal e.
(6) The power reducti on i n dB deter-
mi nes the reducti on bel ow 1 kW that
must be achi eved.
(7) See tabl e F for dB/power equi va-
l ents.
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(Secti on 0.231(d) of the Commi ssi on’s Rul es and secs. 4(i ) and 303 of the Communi cati ons Act,
as amended)
[43 F R 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, as amended at 49 F R 36107, Sept. 14, 1984; 49 F R 49837, Dec. 17, 1984;
58 F R 44958, Aug. 25, 1993]
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Federal Communications Commission §90.311
§90.311 Frequencies.
(a) Except as provi ded for i n §90.315
and except for those frequenci es al l o-
cated to servi ces i n part 22 of thi s
chapter (see §§22.591, 22.621, 22.651, and
22.1007 of thi s chapter) the fol l owi ng
frequenci es i n the band 470–512 MHz
may be assi gned as i ndi cated i n the
tabl e bel ow. The fi rst and l ast assi gn-
abl e frequenci es are shown. Assi gnabl e
frequenci es occur i n i ncrements of 6.25
kHz. The separati on between base and
mobi l e transmi t frequenci es i s 3 MHz
for two frequency operati on.
Channel assignment Urbanized area
General access pool
Base and mobile Mobile
14 ............................ Boston, MA .................................. 470.30625 to 472.99375 ............. 473.30625 to 475.99375.
Chicago, IL
Cleveland, OH
Los Angeles, CA
Miami, FL
New York/N.E. NJ
Pittsburgh, PA
15 ............................ Chicago, IL .................................. 476.30625 to 478.99375 ............. 479.30625 to 481.99375.
Cleveland, OH
Detroit, MI
New York/N.E. NJ
16 ............................ Boston, MA .................................. 482.30625 to 484.99375 ............. 485.30625 to 487.99375.
Dallas/Fort Worth, TX
Detroit, MI
San Francisco/Oakland, CA
17 ............................ Houston, TX .................................
San Francisco/Oakland, CA ........
Washington, DC/MD/VA ..............
488.30625 to 490.99375 ............. 491.30625 to 493.99375.
18 ............................ Pittsburgh, PA ..............................
Washington, DC/MD/VA ..............
494.30625 to 496.99375 ............. 497.30625 to 499.99375.
19 ............................ Philadelphia, PA .......................... 500.30625 to 502.99375 ............. 503.30625 to 505.99375.
20 ............................ Los Angeles, CA ..........................
Philadelphia, PA ..........................
506.30625 to 508.99375 ............. 509.30625 to 511.99375.
(1) Channel avai l abi l i ty i n the Gen-
eral Access Pool i n any of the urban-
i zed areas referred to i n the tabl e de-
pends on whether that channel i s pres-
entl y assi gned to one of the fol l owi ng
categori es of users:
(i ) Publ i c safety (as defi ned i n
§90.20(a));
(i i ) Power and tel ephone mai nte-
nance l i censees (as defi ned i n §90.7);
(i i i ) Speci al i ndustri al l i censees (as
defi ned i n §90.7);
(i v) Busi ness l i censees (as defi ned i n
§90.35(a));
(v) Petrol eum, forest products, and
manufacturers l i censees (as defi ned i n
§90.7);
(vi ) Rai l road, motor carri er, and
automobi l e emergency l i censees (as de-
fi ned i n §90.7); and
(vi i ) Taxi cab l i censees (as defi ned i n
§90.7).
(2) I f assi gned, subsequent authori za-
ti ons wi l l onl y be granted to users from
the same category. I f unassi gned, or
shoul d a channel subsequentl y become
unassi gned, i t wi l l be treated as avai l -
abl e i n the General Access Pool .
(3) Normal l y, each channel shoul d be
substanti al l y l oaded i n accordance
wi th the standards set out i n §90.313.
(4) The fol l owi ng frequenci es wi l l be
authori zed a maxi mum bandwi dth of 6
kHz.
Channel Frequency
14 ....................................................................... 470.30625
475.99375
15 ....................................................................... 476.30625
481.99375
16 ....................................................................... 482.30625
487.99375
17 ....................................................................... 488.30625
493.99375
18 ....................................................................... 494.30625
499.99375
19 ....................................................................... 500.30625
505.99375
20 ....................................................................... 506.30625
511.99375
(b) [Reserved]
[43 F R 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, as amended at 44
F R 49692, Aug. 24, 1979; 51 F R 4362, F eb. 4,
1986; 60 F R 37272, J ul y 19, 1995; 62 F R 2041,
J an. 15, 1997; 62 F R 18932, Apr. 17, 1997]
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47 CFR Ch. I (10–1–98 Edition) §90.313
§90.313 Frequency loading criteria.
(a) Except as provi ded for i n para-
graph (b) of thi s secti on, the maxi mum
channel l oadi ng on frequenci es i n the
470–512 MHz band i s as fol l ows:
(1) 50 uni ts for systems el i gi bl e i n the
Publ i c Safety Pool (see §90.20(a)).
(2) 90 uni ts for systems el i gi bl e i n the
I ndustri al /Busi ness Pool (see §90.35(a)).
(b) I f a l i censee has excl usi ve use of a
frequency, then the l oadi ng standards
i n paragraph (a) of thi s secti on, may be
exceeded. I f i t i s a shared channel , the
l oadi ng standards can be exceeded upon
submi ssi on of a si gned statement by al l
those shari ng the channel agreei ng to
the i ncrease.
(c) A uni t i s defi ned as a mobi l e
transmi tter-recei ver. L oadi ng stand-
ards wi l l be appl i ed i n terms of the
number of uni ts actual l y i n use or to
be pl aced i n use wi thi n 8 months fol -
l owi ng authori zati on. A l i censee wi l l be
requi red to show that an assi gned fre-
quency pai r i s at ful l capaci ty before i t
may be assi gned a second or addi ti onal
frequency pai r. Channel capaci ty may
be reached ei ther by the requi rements
of a si ngl e l i censee or by several users
shari ng a channel . Unti l a channel i s
l oaded to capaci ty i t wi l l be avai l abl e
for assi gnment to other users i n the
same area. A frequency pai r may be re-
assi gned at di stances 64 km. (40 mi .), 32
km. (20 mi .) for Channel 15, Chi cago;
Channel 20, Phi l adel phi a; and Channel
17, Washi ngton, or more from the l oca-
ti on of base stati ons authori zed on that
pai r wi thout reference to l oadi ng at
the poi nt of ori gi nal i nstal l ati on. F ol -
l owi ng authori zati on, the l i censee shal l
noti fy the Commi ssi on ei ther duri ng or
at the cl ose of the 8 month peri od of
the number of uni ts i n operati on. I n
the I ndustri al Radi o Servi ces, i f the
base stati on faci l i ty i s to be used by
more than a si ngl e l i censee, the fre-
quency assi gned to i t wi l l not be reas-
si gned for use by another faci l i ty wi th-
i n 64 km. (40 mi .) or 32 km. (20 mi .)
where appl i cabl e for a peri od of 12
months, Provided, That the faci l i ty i s
constructed wi thi n 90 days from the
date of the fi rst grant, meets the l oad-
i ng standards to at l east 50 percent
wi thi n 9 months, and meets al l l oadi ng
standards wi thi n 12 months.
[43 F R 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, as amended at 47
F R 36649, Aug. 23, 1982; 62 F R 18933, Apr. 17,
1997]
§90.315 Special provisions governing
use of frequencies in the 476–494
MHz band (TV Channels 15, 16, 17)
in the Southern Louisiana-Texas
Offshore Zone.
(a) The frequency bands from 490–491
and 493–494 MHz wi l l be avai l abl e for
assi gnment to stati ons governed by
thi s part wi thi n Zone A. The bound-
ari es of Zone A are from l ongi tude
87°45′ on the east to l ongi tude 94°00′ on
the west, and from the 3-mi l e l i mi t
al ong the Gul f of Mexi co shorel i ne on
the north to the l i mi t of the Outer
Conti nental Shel f on the south. The
frequency bands from 484–485 and 476–
488 MHz wi l l be avai l abl e for assi gn-
ment to stati ons governed by thi s part
wi thi n Zone B. The boundari es of Zone
B are from l ongi tude 87°45′ on the east
to l ongi tude 95°00′ on the west and from
the 3-mi l e l i mi t al ong the Gul f of Mex-
i co shorel i ne on the north to the l i mi t
of the Outer Conti nental Shel f on the
south. The frequency bands from 478–
479 and 481–481 MHz wi l l be avai l abl e
for assi gnment to stati ons governed by
thi s part wi thi n Zone C. The bound-
ari es of Zone C are from l ongi tude
94°00′ on the east, the 3-mi l e l i mi t on
the north and west, a 281 km (175 mi l e)
radi us from the reference poi nt at
L i nares, N.L ., Mexi co on the south-
west, l ati tude 26°00′ on the south, and
the l i mi ts of the Outer Conti nental
Shel f on the southeast. These fre-
quenci es may al so be assi gned to fi xed
stati ons l ocated on shore desi gned to
provi de communi cati ons servi ce wi thi n
the zone.
(b) Offshore base/mobi l e, and offshore
and shore fi xed stati ons may be au-
thori zed.
(c) F 2, F 3, F 4, F 9, and A2, A3, A4, and
A9 emi ssi ons may be authori zed.
(d) Offshore stati ons shal l afford co-
channel protecti on to TV stati ons on
Channel s 15, 16 and 17. Stati on operat-
i ng parameters shal l be i n accordance
wi th the val ues gi ven i n tabl e 1 of thi s
secti on.
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Federal Communications Commission §90.315
TABLE 1—PROTECTION OF COCHANNEL TELE-
VISION STATIONS BY OFFSHORE STATIONS OP-
ERATING IN THE SOUTHERN LOUISIANA-TEXAS
OFFSHORE ZONE (65 DB PROTECTION); MAXI-
MUM EFFECTIVE RADIATED POWER
[In Watts]
Distance from transmitter to co-
channel TV station kilometers
(miles)
Antenna Height above
sea level meters (feet)
30.5
(100)
45
(150)
61
(200)
338 (210) .................................... 1,000 1,000 1,000
330 (205) .................................... 1,000 900 800
322 (200) .................................... 800 710 630
314 (195) .................................... 590 520 450
306 (190) .................................... 450 400 330
298 (185) .................................... 320 280 240
290 (180) .................................... 250 210 175
281 (175) .................................... 175 150 130
274 (170) .................................... 130 110 100
265 (165) .................................... 95 80 70
257 (160) .................................... 65 55 50
249 (155) .................................... 50 40 35
241 (150) .................................... 35 30 25
NOTE: To determi ne the maxi mum permi s-
si bl e effecti ve radi ated power:
(1) As speci fi ed i n §73.611 determi ne the
di stance between the proposed stati on and
the cochannel tel evi si on stati on. I f the exact
di stance does not appear i n tabl e 1 of thi s
secti on, the next l ower di stance separati on i s
to be used.
(2) Opposi te thi s di stance fi gure ERPs are
gi ven that may be used for antenna hei ghts
of 30.5, 45 or 61 meters (100, 150 or 200 ft) ASL .
I f the exact antenna hei ght i s not shown, the
ERP al l owed wi l l be that shown for the next
hi gher antenna hei ght.
(e) Shore stati ons communi cati ng
poi nt-to-poi nt wi th offshore stati ons
wi l l be permi tted at l east the same
ERP as the offshore stati on, but onl y
i n the di recti on of the offshore stati on.
A di recti onal antenna shal l be used and
the rearward radi ated power from the
antenna i n a sector ±22
1
⁄2° from the l i ne
j oi ni ng the shore antenna to the co-
channel tel evi si on stati on shal l not ex-
ceed those shown i n tabl e 2 of thi s sec-
ti on.
TABLE 2.—MAXIMUM REARWARD EFFECTIVE RADIATED POWER ALLOWED FOR SHORE STATIONS;
REARWARD EFFECTIVE RADIATED POWER (IN WATTS) FROM SHORE ANTENNA IN A SECTOR
<±>22
1
⁄2° FROM THE LINE JOINING THE SHORE ANTENNA TO THE COCHANNEL TELEVISION STATION
Distance from transmitter to cochannel television station: kilometers
(miles)
Antenna height above ground in meters (feet)
30.5
(100)
45
(150)
61
(200)
91.5
(300)
152.5
(500)
228
(750)
298 (185) ................................................................................................ 320 280 240 190 125 90
290 (180) ................................................................................................ 250 210 175 125 100 60
281 (175) ................................................................................................ 175 150 130 100 70 50
274 (170) ................................................................................................ 130 110 100 75 40 35
265 (165) ................................................................................................ 95 82 70 50 35 25
257 (160) ................................................................................................ 65 55 50 40 25 20
249 (155) ................................................................................................ 50 40 35 30 20 15
241 (150) ................................................................................................ 35 30 25 20 15 10
233 (145)