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(a) Civil Air Patrol land and mobile minal information station during the stations may communicate with other control tower’s operating hours. land and, mobile stations of the Civil Air Patrol. A Civil Air Patrol land sta- § 87.527 Supplemental eligibility. tion may be moved from its authorized (a) Licenses will be granted only location for temporary operation in the upon FAA approval. same general area for short periods of (b) Eligibility for an automatic time not to exceed 72 hours. weather observation station or an (b) When engaged in training or on automatic terminal information sta- actual missions in support of the U.S. tion is limited to the owner or operator Air Force, Civil Air Patrol stations of an airport or to a person who has en- may communicate with U.S. Air Force tered into a written agreement with stations on the frequencies specified in the owner or operator for exclusive subpart E. rights to operate and maintain the sta- tion. Where applicable a copy of the § 87.503 Supplemental eligibility. agreement between the applicant and Licenses for Civil Air Patrol land and owner or operator of the airport must mobile stations will be issued only to be submitted with an application. Wings or the Headquarters of the Civil (c) Only one automatic weather ob- Air Patrol. All applications must be servation station or an automatic ter- submitted to the Commission via Civil minal information station will be li- Air Patrol Headquarters, Maxwell Air censed at an airport. Force Base, AL 36112. A single fleet li- cense will be issued to Civil Air Patrol § 87.529 Frequencies. Headquarters and to each Civil Air Pa- Prior to submitting an application, trol Wing to authorize all Civil Air Pa- each applicant must notify the nearest trol Station transmitters operated by appropriate FAA Regional Spectrum the Wing or Headquarters. Management Office. Each application must be accompanied by a statement [54 FR 11721, Mar. 22, 1989] showing the name of the FAA Regional Office and date notified. The Commis- § 87.505 Frequencies. sion will assign the frequency. Nor- The assigned frequencies available mally frequencies available for air traf- for assignment to Civil Air Patrol land fic control operations set forth in sub- and mobile stations are contained in part E will be assigned to automatic the frequency table in subpart E. The weather observation stations and to frequency, emission, and maximum automatic terminal information sta- power will be determined by Head- tions. When a licensee has entered into quarters Civil Air Patrol in accordance an agreement with the FAA to operate with the Civil Air Patrol Communica- the same station as both an automatic tions Plan. weather observation station and as an automatic terminal information sta- Subpart S—Automatic Weather tion, the same frequency will be used Observation Stations in both modes of operation. § 87.525 Scope of service. PART 90—PRIVATE LAND MOBILE Automatic weather observation sta- RADIO SERVICES tions must provide up-to-date weather information including the time of the Subpart A—General Information latest weather sequence, altimeter set- Sec. ting, wind speed and direction, dew- 90.1 Basis and purpose. point, temperature, visibility and other 90.5 Other applicable rule parts. pertinent data needed at airports hav- 90.7 Definitions. ing neither a full-time control tower nor a full-time FAA Flight Service Subpart B—Public Safety Radio Pool Station. When a licensee has entered 90.15 Scope. into an agreement with the FAA, an 90.16 Public Safety National Plan. automatic weather observation station 90.20 Public Safety Pool. may also operate as an automatic ter- 90.22 Paging operations.

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Subpart C—Industrial/Business Radio Pool 90.153 Transfer or assignment of station au- thorization. 90.31 Scope. 90.155 Time in which station must be placed 90.33 General eligibility. in operation. 90.35 Industrial/Business Pool. 90.157 Discontinuance of station operation. 90.159 Temporary and conditional permits. Subpart D—Industrial Radio Services SPECIAL RULES GOVERNING FACILITIES USED 90.59 Scope. TO PROVIDE COMMERCIAL MOBILE RADIO 90.61 General eligibility. SERVICES 90.63 Power Radio Service. 90.65 Petroleum Radio Service. 90.160 Public notice. 90.67 Forest Products Radio Service. 90.161 Amendment or dismissal of applica- 90.69 Film and Video Production Radio tions. Service. 90.162 Agreements to dismiss applications, 90.71 Relay Press Radio Service. amendments, or pleadings. 90.73 Special Industrial Radio Service. 90.163 Petitions to deny, responsive plead- 90.75 Business Radio Service. ings. 90.79 Manufacturers Radio Service. 90.164 Classification of filings as major or 90.81 Telephone Maintenance Radio Service. minor. 90.165 Procedures for mutually exclusive ap- Subpart E—Land Transportation Radio plications. Services 90.166 Grants of applications. 90.167 Time in which a station must com- 90.85 Scope. mence service. 90.87 General eligibility. 90.168 Equal employment opportunities. 90.89 Motor Carrier Radio Service. 90.169 Construction prior to grant of appli- 90.91 Railroad Radio Service. cation. 90.93 Taxicab Radio Service. 90.95 Automobile Emergency Radio Service. Subpart H—Policies Governing the Subpart F—Radiolocation Service Assignment of Frequencies 90.101 Scope. 90.171 Scope. 90.103 Radiolocation Service. 90.173 Policies governing the assignment of frequencies. Subpart G—Applications and 90.175 Frequency coordination require- Authorizations ments. 90.176 Coordinator notification require- 90.111 Scope. ments on frequencies below 512 MHz. 90.113 Station authorization required. 90.177 Protection of certain radio receiving 90.115 Foreign government and alien eligi- locations. bility. 90.179 Shared use of radio stations. 90.117 Applications for radio station or 90.185 Multiple licensing of radio transmit- radio system authorizations. ting equipment in the mobile radio serv- 90.119 Application forms. ice. 90.121 Canadian registration. 90.187 Trunking in the bands between 150 90.123 Full disclosures. and 512 MHz. 90.125 Who may sign applications. 90.127 Submission and filing of applications. Subpart I—General Technical Standards 90.129 Supplemental information to be rou- tinely submitted with applications. 90.201 Scope. 90.131 Amendment or dismissal of applica- 90.203 Type acceptance required. tions. 90.205 Power and antenna height limits. 90.135 Modification of license. 90.207 Types of emissions. 90.137 Applications for operation at tem- 90.209 Bandwidth limitations. porary locations. 90.210 Emission masks. 90.138 Applications for itinerant fre- quencies. 90.211 Modulation requirements. 90.139 Commission processing of applica- 90.212 Provisions relating to the use of tions. scrambling devices and digital voice 90.141 Resubmitted applications. modulation. 90.143 Grants of applications. 90.213 Frequency stability. 90.145 Special temporary authority. 90.214 Transient frequency behavior. 90.147 Mailing address furnished by licensee. 90.215 Transmitter measurements. 90.149 License term. 90.217 Exemption from technical standards. 90.151 Requests for waiver. 90.219 Use of signal boosters.

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Subpart J—Non-Voice and Other Channels 15, 16, 17) in the Southern Lou- Specialized Operations isiana-Texas Offshore Zone. 90.317 Fixed ancillary signaling and data 90.231 Scope. transmissions. 90.233 Base/mobile non-voice operations. 90.235 Secondary fixed signaling operations. Subpart M—Transportation Infrastructure 90.237 Interim provisions for operation of Radio Service radioteleprinter and radiofacsimile de- vices. 90.350 Scope. 90.238 Telemetry operations. 90.351 Location and Monitoring Service. 90.239 [Reserved] 90.353 LMS operations in the 902–928 MHz 90.241 Radio call box operations. band. 90.242 Travelers’ information stations. 90.355 LMS operations below 512 MHz. 90.243 Mobile relay stations. 90.357 Frequencies for LMS systems in the 90.245 Fixed relay stations. 902–928 MHz band. 90.247 Mobile repeater stations. 90.359 Field strength limits for MTA-li- 90.249 Control stations. censed LMS systems. 90.250 Meteor burst communications. 90.361 Interference from part 15 and Ama- teur operations. Subpart K—Standards for Special 90.363 Grandfathering provisions for exist- Frequencies or Frequency Bands ing AVM licensees. 90.251 Scope. Subpart N—Operating Requirements 90.253 Use of frequency 5167.5 kHz. 90.255 [Reserved] 90.401 Scope. 90.257 Assignment and use of frequencies in 90.403 General operating requirements. the band 72–76 MHz. 90.405 Permissible communications. 90.259 Assignment and use of frequencies in 90.407 Emergency communications. the bands 216–220 MHz and 1427–1435 MHz. 90.411 Civil defense communications. 90.261 Assignment and use of the fre- 90.415 Prohibited uses. quencies in the band 450–470 MHz for 90.417 Interstation communication. fixed operations. 90.419 Points of communication. 90.263 Substitution of frequencies below 25 90.421 Operation of mobile units in vehicles MHz. not under the control of the licensee. 90.264 Disaster communications between 2 90.423 Operation on board aircraft. and 10 MHz. 90.425 Station identification. 90.265 Assignment and use of frequencies in 90.427 Precautions against unauthorized op- the bands 169–172 MHz and 406–413 MHz. eration. 90.266 Long distance communications on 90.429 Control point and dispatch point re- frequencies below 25 MHz. quirements. 90.267 Assignment and use of frequencies in 90.431 Unattended operation. the 450–470 MHz band for low-power use. 90.433 Operator requirements. 90.269 Use of frequencies for self-powered ve- 90.437 Posting station licenses. hicle detectors. 90.439 Inspection of stations. 90.273 Availability and use of frequencies in 90.441 Inspection and maintenance of an- the 421–430 MHz band. tenna structure marking and associated 90.275 Selection and assignment of fre- control equipment. quencies in the 421–430 MHz band. 90.443 Content of station records. 90.279 Power limitations applicable to the 90.445 Form of station records. 421–430 MHz band. 90.447 Retention of station records. 90.281 Restrictions on operational fixed sta- 90.449 Answers to official communications tions in the 421–430 MHz band. and notices of violation. 90.283 Inter-service sharing of maritime fre- quencies in the 156–162 MHz band. Subpart O—Transmitter Control

Subpart L—Authorization in the Band 470– 90.460 Scope. 512 MHz (UHF–TV Sharing) 90.461 Direct and remote control of trans- mitters. 90.301 Scope. 90.463 Transmitter control points. 90.303 Availability of frequencies. 90.465 Control of systems of communica- 90.305 Location of stations. tion. 90.307 Protection criteria. 90.467 Dispatch points. 90.309 Tables and figures. 90.469 Unattended operation. 90.311 Frequencies. INTERNAL TRANSMITTER CONTROL SYSTEMS 90.313 Frequency loading criteria. 90.315 Special provisions governing use of 90.471 Points of operation in internal trans- frequencies in the 476–494 MHz band (TV mitter control systems.

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90.473 Operation of internal transmitter 90.613 Frequencies available. control systems through licensed fixed 90.615 Spectrum blocks available in the control points. General Category for 800 MHz SMR Gen- 90.475 Operation of internal transmitter eral Category. control systems in specially equipped 90.617 Frequencies in the 809.750–824/854.750– systems. 869 MHz, and 896–901/935–940 MHz bands available for trunked or conventional INTERCONNECTED SYSTEMS system use in non-border areas. 90.476 Interconnection of fixed stations and 90.619 Frequencies available for use in the certain mobile stations. U.S./Mexico and U.S./Canada border 90.477 Interconnected systems. areas. 90.483 Permissible methods and require- 90.621 Selection and assignment of fre- ments of interconnecting private and quencies. public systems of communications. 90.623 Limitations on the number of fre- quencies assignable for conventional sys- Subpart P—Paging Operations tems. 90.625 Other criteria to be applied in assign- 90.490 One-way paging operations in the pri- ing channels for use in conventional sys- vate services. tems of communication. 90.492 One-way paging operations in the 806– 90.627 Limitation on the number of fre- 824/851–869 MHz and 896–901/935–940 MHz quency pairs that may be assignable for bands. trunked systems and on the number of 90.493 Paging operations on exclusive chan- trunked systems. nels in the 929–930 MHz band. 90.629 Extended implementation period. 90.494 Paging operations on shared channels 90.631 Trunked systems loading, construc- in the 929–930 MHz band. tion and authorization requirements. 90.633 Conventional systems loading re- Subpart Q—Developmental Operation quirements.

90.501 Scope. TECHNICAL REGULATIONS REGARDING THE USE 90.503 Eligibility. OF FREQUENCIES IN THE 806–824 MHZ, 851–869 90.505 Showing required. MHZ, 896–901 MHZ, AND 935–940 MHZ BANDS 90.507 Limitations on use. 90.509 Frequencies available for assignment. 90.635 Limitations on power and antenna 90.511 Interference. height. 90.513 Special provisions. 90.637 Restrictions on operational fixed sta- 90.515 Change or cancellation of authoriza- tions. tion without hearing. 90.645 Permissible operations. 90.517 Report of operation. 90.647 Station identification. 90.651 Supplemental reports required of li- Subpart R—Frequency List [Reserved] censees authorized under this subpart. 90.653 Number of systems authorized in a Subpart S—Regulations Governing Licens- geographical area. 90.655 Special licensing requirements for ing and Use of Frequencies in the 806– Specialized Mobile Radio systems. 824, 851–869, 896–901, and 935–940 90.656 Responsibilities of li- MHz Bands censees of Specialized Mobile Radio sys- tems. 90.601 Scope. 90.657 Temporary permit. 90.658 Loading data required for base sta- APPLICATION FOR AUTHORIZATIONS tion licensees of trunked Specialized Mo- 90.603 Eligibility. bile Radio systems to acquire additional 90.605 Forms to be used. channels or to renew trunked systems li- 90.607 Supplemental information to be fur- censed before June 1, 1993. nished by applicants for facilities under 90.659 Change in number or location of base this subpart. stations or transmitters. 90.609 Special limitations on amendment of applications for assignment or transfer POLICIES GOVERNING THE LICENSING AND USE of authorizations for radio systems above OF MTA-BASED SMR SYSTEMS IN THE 896– 800 MHz. 901/935–940 MHZ BAND 90.661 MTA-based SMR service areas. POLICIES GOVERNING THE PROCESSING OF AP- 90.663 MTA-based SMR system operations. PLICATIONS AND THE SELECTION AND ASSIGN- 90.665 Authorization, construction and im- MENT OF FREQUENCIES FOR USE IN THE 806– plementation of MTA licenses. 824 MHZ, 851–869 MHZ, 896–901 MHZ, AND 935–940 90.667 Grandfathering provisions for incum- MHZ BANDS bent licensees. 90.611 Processing of applications. 90.669 Emission limits.

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90.671 Field strength limits. POLICIES GOVERNING THE LICENSING AND USE OF PHASE II EA, REGIONAL AND NATIONWIDE POLICIES GOVERNING THE LICENSING AND USE SYSTEMS OF EA-BASED SMR SYSTEMS IN THE 806–821/ 851–866 BAND 90.761 EA and Regional licenses. 90.763 EA, Regional and nationwide system 90.681 EA-based SMR service areas. operations. 90.683 EA-based SMR system operations. 90.765 Licenses term for Phase II licenses. 90.685 Authorization, construction and im- 90.767 Construction and implementation of plementation of EA licenses. EA and Regional licenses. 90.687 Special provisions regarding assign- 90.769 Construction and implementation of ments and transfers of authorizations for nationwide licenses. incumbent SMR licensees in the 806–821/ 90.771 Field strength limits. 851–866 MHz band. 90.689 Field strength limits. Subpart U—Competitive Bidding Proce- 90.691 Emission mask requirements for EA- dures for 900 MHz Specialized Mobile based systems. Radio Service 90.693 Grandfathering provisions for incum- bent licensees. 90.801 900 MHz SMR subject to competitive 90.699 Transition of the upper 200 channels bidding. in the 800 MHz band to EA licensing. 90.802 Competitive bidding design for 900 MHz SMR licensing. Subpart T—Regulations Governing Licens- 90.803 Competitive bidding mechanisms. ing and Use of Frequencies in the 220– 90.804 Aggregation of 900 MHz SMR licenses. 222 MHz Band 90.805 Withdrawal, default and disqualifica- tion payments. 90.701 Scope. 90.806 Bidding application (FCC Form 175 90.703 Eligibility. and 175–S Short-form). 90.705 Forms to be used. 90.807 Submission of upfront payments and 90.709 Special limitations on amendment of down payments. applications and on assignment or trans- 90.808 Long-form applications. fer of authorizations licensed under this 90.809 License grant, denial, default, and subpart. disqualification. 90.711 Processing of Phase II applications. 90.810 Bidding credits for small businesses. 90.713 Entry criteria. 90.811 Reduced down payment for licenses 90.715 Frequencies available. won by small businesses. 90.717 Channels available for nationwide 90.812 Installment payments for licenses systems in the 220–222 MHz band. won by small businesses. 90.719 Individual channels available for as- 90.813 Partitioned licenses and signment in the 220–222 MHz band. disaggregated spectrum. 90.720 Channels available for public safety/ 90.814 Definitions. mutual aid. 90.815 Eligibility for small business status. 90.721 Other channels available for non-na- 90.816 Criteria for comparative 900 MHz tionwide systems in the 220–222 MHz SMR renewal proceedings. band. 90.723 Selection and assignment of fre- Subpart V—Competitive Bidding Proce- quencies. dures for 800 MHz Specialized Mobile 90.725 Construction requirements for Phase Radio Service I licensees. 90.727 Extended implementation schedules 90.901 800 MHz SMR spectrum subject to for Phase I licensees. competitive bidding. 90.729 Limitations on power and antenna 90.902 Competitive bidding design for 800 height. MHz SMR licensing. 90.733 Permissible operations. 90.903 Competitive bidding mechanisms. 90.735 Station identification. 90.904 Aggregation of EA licenses. 90.737 Supplemental reports required of 90.905 Withdrawal, default and disqualifica- Phase I licensees. tion payments. 90.739 Number of systems authorized in a 90.906 Bidding application (FCC Form 175 geographical area. and 175–S Short-form). 90.741 Urban areas for Phase I nationwide 90.907 Submission of upfront payments and systems. down payments. 90.743 Renewal expectancy. 90.908 Long-form applications. 90.751 Minor modifications of Phase I, non- 90.909 License grant, denial, default, and nationwide licenses. disqualification. 90.753 Conditions of license modification. 90.910 Bidding credits. 90.755 Procedures for license modification. 90.911 Partitioned licenses and 90.757 Construction requirements. disaggregated spectrum.

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90.912 Definitions. ices. These rules do not govern radio 90.913 Eligibility for small business status. systems employed by agencies of the Federal Government. Subpart W—Competitive Bidding Procedures for the 220 MHz Service § 90.5 Other applicable rule parts. 90.1001 220 MHz service subject to competi- Other Commission rule parts of im- tive bidding. portance that may be referred to with 90.1003 Competitive bidding design for the respect to licensing and operations in 220 MHz service. radio services governed under this part 90.1005 Competitive bidding mechanisms. 90.1007 Withdrawal, default and disquali- include the following: fication payments. (a) Part 0 of the Commission’s Rules 90.1009 Bidding application (FCC Form 175 describes the Commission’s organiza- and 175–S Short-form). tion and delegations of authority. This 90.1011 Submission of upfront payments and part also lists available Commission down payments. publications, and standards and proce- 90.1013 Long-form application (FCC Form dures for access to Commission 600). 90.1015 License grant, denial, default, and records, and location of Commission disqualification. Field Offices. 90.1017 Bidding credits, down payments, and (b) Part 1 of this chapter includes installment payments for small busi- rules of practice and procedure for ap- nesses and very small businesses. plication signature requirements, adju- 90.1019 Eligibility for partitioned licenses. dicatory proceedings including hearing 90.1021 Definitions concerning competitive proceedings, and rule making proceed- bidding process. 90.1023 Certifications, disclosures, records ings; procedures for reconsideration maintenance and audits. and review of the Commission’s ac- 90.1025 Petitions to deny and limitations on tions; provisions concerning violation settlements. notices and forfeiture proceedings; and AUTHORITY: Secs. 4, 251–2, 303, 309, and 332, the environmental processing require- 48 Stat. 1066, 1082, as amended; 47 U.S.C. 154, ments that, if applicable, must be com- 251–2, 303, 309 and 332, unless otherwise noted. plied with prior to initiating construc- SOURCE: 43 FR 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, unless tion. otherwise noted. (c) Part 2 contains the table of fre- quency allocations and special require- EDITORIAL NOTE: At 62 FR 18924—18936, Apr. 17, 1997, part 90 was amended, effective Oct. ments in International regulations, 17, 1997. The text of removed section 90.277 agreements, and treaties. This part and the superseded text of the amended sec- also contains standards and procedures tions remaining in effect until Oct. 17, 1997, concerning marketing of radio fre- appear in the Oct. 1, 1996 revision of title 47, quency devices, and for obtaining part 80 to end. equipment type acceptance and type approval. Subpart A—General Information (d) Part 5 contains standards and pro- cedures for obtaining experimental au- § 90.1 Basis and purpose. thorizations. (a) Basis. The rules in this part are (e) Part 15 provides for the operation promulgated under Title III of the of incidental and restricted radio fre- Communications Act of 1934, as amend- quency devices that do not require an ed which vests authority in the Federal individual license. Communications Commission to regu- (f) Part 17 contains detailed require- late radio transmission and to issue li- ments for construction, marking, and censes for radio stations. All rules in lighting of antenna towers. this part are in accordance with appli- (g) Part 18 deals with the operation cable treaties and agreements to which of industrial, scientific, and medical the United States is a party. (ISM) devices that are not intended for (b) Purpose. This part states the con- radio communication, ditions under which radio communica- (h) Part 20 of this chapter contains tions systems may be licensed and used rules relating to commercial mobile in the Public Safety, Special Emer- radio services. gency, Industrial, Land Transpor- (i) Part 20 of this chapter which gov- tation, and Radiolocation Radio Serv- erns commercial mobile radio service

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applicable to certain providers in the tions required for dispatching repair following services in this part: trucks, tow trucks, or other road serv- (1) Business radio service; ice vehicles to disabled vehicles: (2) Private paging; (1) The operation of a private emer- (3) Land on 220–222 gency road service for disabled vehicles MHz; by associations of owners of private (4) Specialized Mobile Radio Service. automobiles; or (j) Part 22 contains regulations for (2) The business of providing to the public (common carrier) mobile radio general public an emergency road serv- services. ice for disabled vehicles. (k) Part 51 contains rules relating to Average terrain. The average ele- interconnection. vation of terrain between 3.2 and 16 km (l) Part 68 contains technical stand- (2 and 10 miles) from the antenna site. ards for connection of private land mo- Base station. A station at a specified bile radio equipment to the public site authorized to communicate with switched telephone network. mobile stations. (m) Part 94 governs licensing and op- Basic trading areas. Service areas that eration of private operational-fixed are based on the Rand McNally 1992 radio stations on frequencies in the Commercial Atlas & Marketing Guide, microwave spectrum above 928 MHz. 123rd Edition, at pages 38–39, with the [43 FR 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, as amended at 50 following additions licensed separately FR 39677, Sept. 30, 1985; 55 FR 20398, May 16, as BTA-like areas: American Samoa; 1990; 58 FR 21407, Apr. 21, 1993; 59 FR 18499, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands; Ma- Apr. 19, 1994; 59 FR 59957, Nov. 21, 1994; 61 FR yaguez/Aguadilla-Ponce, Puerto Rico; 45635, Aug. 29, 1996] San Juan, Puerto Rico; and the United States Virgin Islands. The Mayaguez/ § 90.7 Definitions. Aguadilla-Ponce BTA-like service area Antenna height above average terrain consists of the following municipios: (AAT). Height of the center of the radi- Adjuntas, Aguada, Aguadilla, Anasco, ating element of the antenna above the Arroyo, Cabo Rojo, Coamo, Guanica, average terrain. (See § 90.309(a)(4) for Guayama, Guayanilla, Hormigueros, calculation method.) Isabela, Jayuya, Juana Diaz, Lajas, Antenna height above sea level. The Las Marias, Maricao, Maunabo, Maya- height of the topmost point of the an- guez, Moca, Patillas, Penuelas, Ponce, tenna above mean sea level. Quebradillas, Rincon, Sabana Grande, Antenna structure. Structure on Salinas, San German, Santa Isabel, which an antenna is mounted. Villalba, and Yauco. The San Juan Assigned frequency. Center of a fre- BTA-like service area consists of all quency band assigned to a station. other municipios in Puerto Rico. Assigned frequency band. The fre- Carrier frequency. The frequency of an quency band the center of which coin- unmodulated electromagnetic wave. cides with the frequency assigned to Channel loading. The number of mo- the station and the width of which bile transmitters authorized to operate equals the necessary bandwidth plus on a particular channel within the twice the absolute value of the fre- same service area. quency tolerance. Control point. Any place from which a Authorized bandwidth. The frequency transmitter’s functions may be con- band, specified in kilohertz and cen- trolled. tered on the carrier frequency contain- Control station. An Operational Fixed ing those frequencies upon which a Station, the transmissions of which are total of 99 percent of the radiated used to control automatically the power appears, extended to include any emissions or operation of another radio discrete frequency upon which the station at a specified location. power is at least 0.25 percent of the Conventional radio system. A method total radiated power. of operation in which one or more radio Automobile emergency licensee. Persons frequency channels are assigned to mo- regularly engaged in any of the follow- bile and base stations but are not em- ing activities who operate radio sta- ployed as a trunked group. An ‘‘urban- tions for transmission of communica- conventional system’’ is one whose

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transmitter site is located within 24 stations for transmission of commu- km (15 miles) of the geographic center nications essential for the delivery or of any of the first 50 urbanized areas rendition of emergency medical serv- (ranked by population) of the United ices for the provision of basic or ad- States. A ‘‘sub-urban-conventional sys- vanced life support. tem’’ is one whose transmitter site is Film and video production licensee. located more than 24 km (15 miles) Persons primarily engaged in or pro- from the geographic center of the first viding direct technical support to the 50 urbanized areas. See Table 21, Rank production, videotaping, or filming of of Urbanized Areas in the United motion pictures or television pro- States by Population, page 1–87, U.S. grams, such as movies, programs, news Census (1970); and table 1 of § 90.635. programs, special events, educational Developmental operation. A specially programs, or training films, regardless licensed operation for the purpose of of whether the productions are pre- testing concepts in the use of radio ap- pared primarily for final exhibition at propriate to the radio services gov- theatrical outlets or on television or erned by this part. for distribution through other mass Dispatch point. Any place from which communications outlets. radio messages can be originated under Fire licensee. Any territory, posses- the supervision of a control point. sion, state, city, county, town, or simi- EA-based or EA license. A license au- lar governmental entity, and persons thorizing the right to use a specified or organizations charged with specific block of SMR and 220–222 MHz spec- fire protection activities that operate trum within one of 175 Economic Areas radio stations for transmission of com- (EAs) as defined by the Department of munications essential to official fire Commerce Bureau of Economic Analy- activities. sis. The EA Listings and the EA Map Fixed relay station. A station at a are available for public inspection at specified site used to communicate the Wireless Telecommunications Bu- with another station at another speci- reau’s public reference room, Room fied site. 5608, 2025 M St. NW., Washington, DC Forest products licensee. Persons pri- 20554 and Office of Operations—Gettys- marily engaged in tree logging, tree burg, 1270 Fairfield Road, Gettysburg, farming, or related woods operations, PA 17325. including related hauling activities, if Economic Areas (EAs). A total of 175 the hauling activities are performed licensing regions based on the United under contract to, and exclusively for, States Department of Commerce Bu- persons engaged in woods operations or reau of Economic Analysis Economic engaged in manufacturing lumber, ply- Areas defined as of February 1995, with wood, hardboard, or pulp and paper the following exceptions: products from wood fiber. (1) Guam and Northern Mariana Is- Forward links. Transmissions in the lands are licensed as a single EA-like frequency bands specified in § 90.357(a) area (identified as EA 173 in the 220 and used to control and interrogate the MHz Service); mobile units to be located by (2) Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin multilateration LMS systems. Islands are licensed as a single EA-like Frequency coordination. The process of area (identified as EA 174 in the 220 obtaining the recommendation of a fre- MHz Service); and quency coordinator for a frequency(ies) (3) American Samoa is licensed as a that will most effectively meet the ap- single EA-like area (identified as EA plicant’s needs while minimizing inter- 175 in the 220 MHz Service). ference t licensees already operating Effective radiated power (ERP). The within a given frequency band. power supplied to an antenna multi- Frequency coordinator. An entity or plied by the relative gain of the an- organization that has been certified by tenna in a given direction. the Commission to recommend fre- Emergency medical licensee. Persons or quencies for use by licensees in the Pri- entities engaged in the provision of vate Land Mobile Radio Services. basic or advanced life support services Geographic center. The geographic on an ongoing basis that operate radio center of an urbanized area is defined

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by the coordinates given at table 1 of may be used to describe a base, control, § 90.635. fixed, operational fixed or fixed relay Geophysical telemetry. Telemetry in- station, or any such station authorized volving the simultaneous transmission to operate in the ‘‘temporary’’ mode.] of seismic data from numerous loca- Line A. An imaginary line within the tions to a central receiver and digital U.S., approximately paralleling the recording unit. U.S.-Canadian border, north of which Harmful interference. For the purposes Commission coordination with Cana- of resolving conflicts between stations dian authorities in the assignment of operating under this part, any emis- frequencies is generally required. It be- sion, radiation, or induction which spe- gins at Aberdeen, Washington, running cifically degrades, obstructs, or inter- by great circle arc to the intersection rupts the service provided by such sta- of 48° N., 120° W., then along parallel 48° tions. N., to the intersection of 95° W., thence Interconnection. Connection through by great circle arc through the south- automatic or manual means of private ern most point of Duluth, Minn., land mobile radio stations with the fa- thence by great circle arc to 45° N., 85° cilities of the public switched tele- W., thence souuthward along meridian phone network to permit the trans- 85° W., to its intersection with parallel mission of messages or signals between 41° N., thence along parallel 41° N. to points in the wireline or radio network its intersection with meridian . . . 82° of a public telephone company and per- W., thence by great circle arc through sons served by private land mobile the southernmost point of Bangor, radio stations. Wireline or radio cir- Maine, thence by great circle arc cuits or links furnished by common through the southernmost point of carriers, which are used by licensees or Searsport, Maine, at which point it ter- other authorized persons for transmit- minates. ter control (including dial-up transmit- Line C. An imaginary line in Alaska ter control circuits) or as an integral approximately paralleling the border part of an authorized, private, internal with Canada, East of which Commis- system of communication or as an in- sion coordination with Canadian au- tegral part of dispatch point circuits in thorities in the assignment of fre- a private land mobile radio station are quencies is generally required. It be- not considered to be interconnection gins at the intersection of 70° N., 144° for purposes of this rule part. W., thence by great circle arc to the Internal system. An internal system of intersection of 60° N., 143° W., thence communication is one in which all messages are transmitted between the by great circle arc so as to include all fixed operating positions located on the Alaskan Panhandle. premises controlled by the licensee and Location and Monitoring Service the associated mobile stations or pag- (LMS). The use of non-voice signaling ing receivers of the licensee. (See sub- methods to locate or monitor mobile part O). radio units. LMS systems may trans- Itinerant operation. Operation of a mit and receive voice and nonvoice sta- radio station at unspecified locations tus and instructional information re- for varying periods of time. lated to such units. Land mobile radio service. A mobile Major trading areas. Service areas service between base stations and land based on the Rand McNally 1992 Com- mobile stations, or between land mo- mercial Atlas & Marketing Guide, 123rd bile stations. Edition, at pages 38–39, with the follow- Land mobile radio system. A regularly ing exceptions and additions: interacting group of base, mobile and (a) Alaska is separated from the Se- associated control and fixed relay sta- attle MTA and is licensed separately. tions intended to provide land mobile (b) Guam and the Northern Mariana radio communications service over a Islands are licensed as a single MTA- single area of operation. like area. . A station in the mobile (c) Puerto Rico and the United States service not intended to be used while in Virgin Islands are licensed as a single motion. [As used in this part, the term MTA-like area.

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(d) American Samoa is licensed as a or contract motor carrier transpor- single MTA-like area. tation service in any of the following Manufacturers licensee. Persons pri- activities: Provided, however, that marily engaged in any of the following motor vehicles used as taxicabs, livery manufacturing activities: vehicles, or school buses, and motor ve- (1) The mechanical or chemical hicles used for sightseeing or special transformation of substances into new charter purposes, shall not be included products within such establishments as within the meaning of this term. For plants, factories, shipyards, or mills purposes of this definition, an urban which employ, in that process, area is defined as being one or more powerdriven machines and materials- contiguous, incorporated or unincor- handling equipment; porated cities, boroughs, towns, or vil- (2) The assembly of components of lages, having an aggregate population manufactured products within such es- of 2,500 or more persons. tablishments as plants, factories, ship- (1) The transportation of passengers yards, or mills where the new product between urban areas; is neither a new structure nor other (2) The transportation of property be- fixed improvement. Establishments tween urban areas; primarily engaged in the wholesale or (3) The transportation of passengers retail trade, or in service activities, within a single urban area; or even though they fabricate or assemble (4) The transportation, local distribu- any or all the products or commodities tion or collection of property within a handled, are not included in this cat- single urban area. egory; or MTA-based license or MTA license. A (3) The providing of supporting serv- license authorizing the right to use a ices or materials by a corporation to specified block of SMR spectrum with- its parent corporation, to another sub- in one of the 51 Major Trading Areas sidiary of its parent or to its own sub- (‘‘MTAs’’), as embodied in Rand sidiary, where such supporting services McNally’s Trading Area System MTA or materials are directly related to Diskette and geographically rep- those regular activities of such parent resented in the map contained in Rand or subsidiary which are eligible under McNally’s Commercial Atlas & Mar- paragraphs (1) or (2) of this definition. keting Guide (the ‘‘MTA Map.’’) The Meteor burst communications. Commu- MTA Listings, the MTA Map and the nications by the propagation of radio Rand McNally/AMTA license agree- signals reflected off ionized meteor ment are available for public inspec- trails. tion at the Wireless Telecommuni- Mobile relay station. A base station in cations Bureau’s public reference room, the mobile service authorized to re- Room 628, 1919 M Street NW., Washing- transmit automatically on a mobile ton, DC 20554. service frequency communications Multilateration LMS system. A system which originate on the transmitting that is designed to locate vehicles or frequency of the mobile station. other objects by measuring the dif- Mobile repeater station. A mobile sta- ference of time of arrival, or difference tion authorized to retransmit auto- in phase, of signals transmitted from a matically on a mobile service fre- unit to a number of fixed points or quency, communications to or from from a number of fixed points to the hand-carried transmitters. unit to be located. Mobile service. A service of radio- Navigable waters. This term, as used communication between mobile and in reference to waters of the United base stations, or between mobile sta- States, its territories and possessions, tions. means the waters shoreward of the Mobile station. A station in the mo- baseline of its territorial sea and inter- bile service intended to be used while nal waters as contained in 33 CFR 2.05– in motion or during halts at unspec- 25. ified points. This includes hand carried 900 MHz SMR MTA-based license or transmitters. MTA license. A license authorizing the Motor carrier licensee. Persons pri- right to use a specified block of 900 marily engaged in providing a common MHz SMR spectrum within one of the

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47 Major Trading Areas (‘‘MTAs’’), as lar governmental entity including a embodied in Rand McNally’s Trading governmental institution authorized Areas System MTA Diskette and geo- by law to provide its own police protec- graphically represented in the map tion that operate radio stations for contained in Rand McNally’s Commer- transmission of communications essen- cial Atlas & Marketing Guide (the tial to official police activities. ‘‘MTA Map’’), with the following excep- Power licensee. Persons primarily en- tions and additions: gaged in any of the following activi- (1) Alaska is separated from the Se- ties: attle MTA and is licensed separately. (1) The generation, transmission, or (2) Guam and the Northern Mariana distribution of electrical energy for use Islands are licensed as a single MTA- by the general public or by the mem- like area. bers of a cooperative organization; (3) Puerto Rico and the United States (2) The distribution of manufactured Virgin Islands are licensed as a single or natural gas by means of pipe line, MTA-like area. for use by the general public or by the (4) American Samoa is licensed as a members of a cooperative organization, single MTA-like area. or, in a combination of that activity The MTA map is available for public with the production, transmission or inspection in the Office of Engineering storage of manufactured or natural gas and Technology’s Technical Informa- preparatory to such distribution; tion Center, room 7317, 2025 M Street (3) The distribution of steam by NW., Washington, DC. means of pipeline or, of water by means Non-multilateration LMS System. A system that employs any of a number of pipeline, canal, or open ditch, for use of non-multilateration technologies to by the general public or by the mem- transmit information to and/or from bers of a cooperative organization, or vehicular units. in a combination of that activity with the collection, transmission, storage, Operational . A fixed sta- tion, not open to public correspond- or purification of water or the genera- ence, operated by, and for the sole use tion of steam preparatory to such dis- of those agencies operating their own tribution; or radiocommunication facilities in the (4) The providing of a supporting Public Safety, Industrial, Land Trans- service by a corporation directly relat- portation, Marine, or Aviation Radio ed to activities of its parent corpora- Services. (This includes all stations in tion, of another subsidiary of the same the fixed service under this part.) parent, or of its own subsidiary, where Output power. The radio frequency the party served is regularly engaged output power of a transmitter’s final in any of the activities set forth in this radio frequency stage as measured at definition. the output terminal while connected to Private carrier. An entity licensed in a load of the impedance recommended the private services and authorized to by the manufacturer. provide communications service to Paging. A one-way communications other private services on a commercial service from a base station to mobile basis. or fixed receivers that provide signal- Radio call box. A transmitter used by ing or information transfer by such the public to request fire, police, medi- means as tone, tone-voice, tactile, op- cal, road service, or other emergency tical readout, etc. assistance. Person. An individual, partnership, Radiodetermination. The determina- association, joint stock company, trust tion of position, or the obtaining of in- or corporation. formation relating to position, by Petroleum licensee. Persons primarily means of the propagation of radio engaged in prospecting for, producing, waves. collecting, refining, or transporting by Radiofacsimile. A system of radio- means of pipeline, petroleum or petro- communication for the transmission of leum products (including natural gas). fixed images, with or without half- Police licensee. Any territory, posses- tones, with a view to their reproduc- sion, state, city, county, town, or simi- tion in a permanent form.

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Radiolocation. Radiodetermination Moines, IA–IL–MO) through EA 109 used for purposes other than those of (Duluth-Superior, MN–WI). radionavigation. REAG 5 (Central/Mountain): REAG 5 Radionavigation. Radiodetermination consists of the following EAs: EA 087 used for the purposes of navigation, in- (Beaumont-Port Arthur, TX); EA 091 cluding obstruction warning. (Forth Smith, AR–OK) through EA 094 Radio teleprinting. Radio trans- (Springfield, MO); EA 098 (Columbia, missions to a printing telegraphic in- MO); EA 099 (Kansas City, MO–KS); EA strument having a signal-actuated 110 (Grand Forks, ND–MN) through EA mechanism for automatically printing 146 (Missoula, MT); EA 148 (Idaho Falls, received messages. ID–WY); EA 149 (Twin Falls, ID); EA 152 Railroad licensee. Railroad common (Salt Lake City-Ogden, UT–ID); and EA carriers which are regularly engaged in 154 (Flagstaff, AZ–UT) through EA 159 the transportation of passengers or (Tucson, AZ). property when such passengers or prop- REAG 6 (Pacific): REAG 6 consists of erty are transported over all or part of the following EAs: EA 147 (Spokane, their route by railroad. WA–ID); EA 150 (Boise City, ID–OR); EA 151 (Reno, NV–CA); EA 153 (Las Regional Economic Area Groupings Vegas, NV–AZ–UT); EA 160 (Los Ange- (REAGs). The six geographic areas for les-Riverside-Orange County, CA–AZ) Regional licensing in the 220–222 MHz through EA 173 (Guam and the North- band, based on the United States De- ern Mariana Islands); and EA 175 partment of Commerce Bureau of Eco- (American Samoa). nomic Analysis Economic Areas (see 60 Regional license. A license authorizing FR 13114 (March 10, 1995)) defined as of the right to use a specified block of February 1995, and specified as follows: 220–222 MHz spectrum within one of six REAG 1 (Northeast): REAG 1 consists Regional Economic Area Groupings of the following EAs: EA 001 (Bangor, (REAGs). ME) through EA 011 (Harrisburg-Leb- Relay press licensee. Persons primarily anon-Carlisle, PA); and EA 054 (Erie, engaged in the publication of a news- PA). paper or in the operation of an estab- REAG 2 (Mid-Atlantic): REAG 2 con- lished press association. sists of the following EAs: EA 012 Secondary operation. Radio commu- (Philadelphia-Wilmington-Atlantic nications which may not cause inter- City, PA–NJ–DE–MD) through EA 026 ference to operations authorized on a (Charleston-North Charleston, SC); EA primary basis and which are not pro- 041 (Greenville-Spartanburg-Anderson, tected from interference from those SC–NC); EA 042 (Asheville, NC); EA 044 primary operations. (Knoxville, TN) through EA 053 (Pitts- Signal booster. A device at a fixed lo- burgh, PA–WV); and EA 070 (Louisville, cation which automatically receives, KY–IN). amplifies, and retransmits on a one- REAG 3 (Southeast): REAG 3 consists way or two-way basis, the signals re- of the following EAs: EA 027 (Augusta- ceived from base, fixed, mobile, and Aiken, GA–SC) through EA 040 (At- portable stations, with no change in lanta, GA–AL–NC); EA 043 (Chat- frequency or authorized bandwidth. A tanooga, TN–GA); EA 069 (Evansville– signal booster may be either Henderson, IN–KY–IL); EA 071 (Nash- narrowband (Class A), in which case ville, TN–KY) through EA 086 (Lake the booster amplifies only those dis- Charles, LA); EA 088 (Shreveport-Bos- crete frequencies intended to be re- sier City, LA–AR) through EA 090 (Lit- transmitted, or broadband (Class B), in tle Rock-North Little Rock, AR); EA which case all signals within the 095 (Jonesboro, AR–MO); EA 096 (St. passband of the signal booster filter are Louis, MO–IL); and EA 174 (Puerto Rico amplified. and the U.S. Virgin Islands). Special industrial licensee. Persons reg- REAG 4 (Great Lakes): REAG 4 con- ularly engaged in any of the following sists of the following EAs: EA 055 activities: Cleveland-Akron, OH–PA) through EA (1) The operation of farms, ranches, 068 (Champaign-Urbana, IL); EA 097 or similar land areas, for the quantity (Springfield, IL–MO); and EA 100 (Des production of crops or plants; vines or

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trees (excluding forestry operations); be licensed under this part, Federal or for the keeping, grazing or feeding of Government entities, and individuals. livestock for animal products, animal SMSA (Standard Metropolitan Statis- increase, or value enhancement; tical Area). A city of 50,000 or more pop- (2) Plowing, soil conditioning, seed- ulation and the surrounding counties. ing, fertilizing, or harvesting for agri- Station authorization. A license issued cultural activities; by the Commission for the operation of (3) Spraying or dusting of insecti- a radio station. cides, herbicides, or fungicides, in Taxicab licensee. Persons regularly areas other than enclosed structures; engaged in furnishing to the public for (4) Livestock breeding service; hire a nonscheduled passenger land (5) The operation of a commercial transportation service (which may also business regularly engaged in the con- include the occasional transport of struction of roads, bridges, sewer sys- tems, pipelines, airfields, or water, oil, small items of property) not operated gas, or power production, collection, or over a regular route or between estab- distribution systems. The construction lished terminals. of buildings is not included in this cat- Telecommand. The transmission of egory; non voice signals for the purpose of re- (6) The operation of mines for the re- motely controlling a device. covery of solid fuels, minerals, metal, Telemetering (also telemetry). The rock, sand and gravel from the earth or transmission of non-voice signals for the sea, including the exploration for the purpose of automatically indicat- and development of mining properties; ing or recording measurements at a (7) Maintaining, patrolling or repair- distance from the measuring instru- ing gas or liquid transmission pipe- ment. lines, tank cars, water or waste dis- Telephone maintenance licensee. Com- posal wells, industrial storage tanks, munications common carriers engaged or distribution systems of public utili- in the provision of landline local ex- ties; change telephone service, or inter- (8) Acidizing, cementing, logging, exchange communications service, or perforating, or shooting activities, and who provide wire-telegraph service, and services of a similar nature incident to radio communications common car- the drilling of new oil or gas wells, or riers authorized in the Point-to-Point the maintenance of production from es- Microwave Radio Service under part 21 tablished wells; of this chapter. Resellers that do not (9) Supplying chemicals, mud, tools, own or control transmission facilities pipe, and other materials or equipment is not included in this category. unique to the petroleum and gas pro- Travelers’ information station. A base duction industry, as the primary activ- station in the Local Government Radio ity of the applicant if delivery, instal- Service used to transmit non-commer- lation or application of these materials cial, voice information pertaining to requires the use of specifically fitted traffic and road conditions, traffic haz- conveyances; ard and traveler advisories, directions, (10) The delivery of ice or fuel to the availability of lodging, rest stops, and consumer for heating, lighting, refrig- service stations, and descriptions of eration or power generation purposes, local points of interest. by means other than pipelines or rail- roads when such products are not to be Trunk (telephony). A one or two-way resold following their delivery; or channel provided as a common traffic (11) The delivery and pouring of artery between switching equipment. ready mixed concrete or hot asphalt Trunk group. All of the trunks of a mix. given type of characteristic that ex- Specialized Mobile Radio system. A tend between two switching points. radio system in which licensees provide Trunked radio system. A method of op- land mobile communications services eration in which a number of radio fre- (other than radiolocation services) in quency channel pairs are assigned to the 800 MHz and 900 MHz bands on a mobile and base stations in the system commercial basis to entities eligible to for use as a trunk group.

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220 MHz service. The radio service for to eligibility for licensing, frequencies the licensing of frequencies in the 220– available, permissible communications 222 MHz band. and classes and number of stations, and Urbanized area. A city and the sur- any special requirements are set forth rounding closely settled territories. in the following sections. [43 FR 54791, Nov. 22, 1978] § 90.16 Public Safety National Plan. EDITORIAL NOTE: For FEDERAL REGISTER ci- tations affecting § 90.7, see the List of CFR The Commission has established a Sections Affected in the Finding Aids sec- National Plan which specifies special tion of this volume. policies and procedures governing the Public Safety Pool (formally Public EFFECTIVE DATE NOTE: At 62 FR 18844, Apr. 17, 1997, § 90.7 was amended by adding defini- Safety Radio Services and the Special tions for Automobile emergency licensee, Emergency Radio Service). The Na- Emergency medical licensee, Film and video tional Plan is contained in the Report production licensee, Fire licensee, Forest and Order in General Docket No. 87–112. products licensee, Frequency coordination, The principal spectrum resource for Manufacturers licensee, Motor carrier li- the National Plan is the 821–824 MHz censee, Petroleum licensee, Police licensee, Power licensee, Railroad licensee, Relay and the 866–869 MHz bands. The Na- press licensee, Special industrial licensee, tional plan establishes planning re- Taxicab licensee, and Telephone mainte- gions covering all parts of the United nance licensee in alphabetical order, effec- States, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Vir- tive Oct. 17, 1997. gin Islands. No assignments will be made in the 821–824 MHz and 866–869 Subpart B—Public Safety Radio MHz bands until a regional plan for the Pool area has been accepted by the Commis- sion.

SOURCE: 62 FR 18845, Apr. 17, 1997, unless otherwise noted. § 90.20 Public Safety Pool.

EFFECTIVE DATE NOTE: At 62 FR 18845, Apr. (a) Eligibility. The following are eligi- 17, 1997, subpart B, formerly consisting of ble to hold authorizations in the Public §§ 90.15—90.27, was revised, effective Oct. 17, Safety Pool. 1997. For the convenience of the user, the su- (1) Any territory, possession, state, perseded text is set forth following the re- city, county, town or similar govern- vised text. mental entity is eligible to hold au- § 90.15 Scope. thorizations in the Public Safety Pool to operate radio stations for trans- The Public Safety Radio Pool covers mission of communications essential the licensing of the radio communica- to official activities of the licensee, in- tions of governmental entities and the cluding: following category of activities: Medi- (i) A district and an authority, but cal services, rescue organizations, vet- not including a school district or au- erinarians, persons with disabilities, thority or a park district or authority disaster relief organizations, school except as provided for in § 90.242; buses, beach patrols, establishments in isolated places, communications stand- (ii) A governmental institution au- by facilities, and emergency repair of thorized by law to provide its own po- public communications facilities. Enti- lice protection; ties not meeting these eligibility cri- (iii) Persons or entities engaged in teria may also be licensed in the Public the provision of basic or advanced life Safety Radio Pool solely to provide support services on an ongoing basis service to eligibles on one-way paging- are eligible to hold authorization to op- only frequencies below 800 MHz, i.e., erate stations for transmission of com- those frequencies with the assignment munications essential for the delivery limitations appearing at § 90.20(d)(13) or or rendition of emergency medical (d)(60). Private carrier systems licensed services for the provision of basic or on other channels prior to June 1, 1990, advanced life support. Applications may continue to provide radio commu- submitted by persons or organizations nications service to eligibles. Rules as (governmental or otherwise) other than

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the governmental body having jurisdic- (D) Rescue organizations for the lim- tion over the state’s emergency medi- ited purpose of participation in provid- cal service plans must be accompanied ing medical services; by a statement prepared by the govern- (E) Associations comprised of two or mental body having jurisdiction over more of the organizations eligible the state’s emergency medical services under paragraph (a)(2)(iii) (A), (B), (C), plan indicating that the applicant is and (D) of this section, for the purpose included in the state’s emergency plan of active participation in and direct or otherwise supporting the applica- operational control of the medical tion; services communication activities of (iv) Governmental entities and gov- such organizations; or ernmental agencies for their own medi- (F) Physicians, schools of medicine, cal activities; and oral surgeons, and associations of phy- (v) Governmental entities and gov- sicians or oral surgeons; ernmental agencies for providing medi- (iv) Persons or organizations operat- cal services communications to other ing a rescue squad for transmission of eligible persons through direct partici- messages pertaining to the safety of pation in and direct operational con- life or property and urgent messages trol of the system, such as through necessary for the rendition of an effi- central dispatch service. cient emergency rescue service. (2) Persons or organizations other (A) Each rescue squad will normally than governmental entities are eligible be authorized to operate one base sta- to hold authorizations in the Public tion, and a number of mobile units (ex- Safety Pool to operate radio stations cluding hand carried mobile units) not for transmission of communications, as exceeding the number of vehicles actu- listed below. When requesting fre- ally used in emergency rescue oper- quencies not designated by a ‘‘PS’’ in ations. the coordinator column of the fre- (B) In addition, each rescue squad quency table in paragraph (c)(3) of this section, applications must be accom- will be authorized to operate a number panied by a statement from the govern- of hand carried mobile units not ex- mental entity having legal jurisdiction ceeding two such units for each radio over the area to be served, supporting equipped vehicle actually used in emer- the request: gency rescue operations. (i) Persons or organizations charged (v) Persons with disabilities. The ini- with specific fire protection activities; tial application from a person claiming (ii) Persons or organizations charged eligibility under this paragraph shall with specific forestry-conservation ac- be accompanied by a statement from a tivities; physician attesting to the condition of (iii) Persons or organizations, listed the applicant or the applicant’s child below, engaged in the delivery or ren- (or ward in case of guardianship). dition of medical services to the public (A) Any person having a hearing defi- and on a secondary basis, for trans- ciency such that average hearing mission of messages related to the effi- threshold levels are 90 dB above ANSI cient administration of organizations (American National Standards Insti- and facilities engaged in medical serv- tute) 1969 or ISO (International Stand- ices operations: ards Organization) 1964 levels and such (A) Hospital establishments that other persons who submit medical cer- offer services, facilities, and beds for tification of similar hearing deficiency. use beyond 24 hours in rendering medi- (B) Any person having visual acuity cal treatment; corrected to no better than 20/200 in the (B) Institutions and organizations better eye or having a field of vision of regularly engaged in providing medical less than 20 degrees. services through clinics, public health (C) Any person, who, through loss of facilities, and similar establishments; limbs or motor function, is confined to (C) Ambulance companies regularly a wheelchair, or is non-ambulatory. engaged in providing medical ambu- (D) Any person actively awaiting an lance services; organ transplant.

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(E) Parents or guardians of persons ized only in exceptional circumstances under 18 years eligible under para- when the applicant can show a specific graphs (a)(2)(v)(A), (a)(2)(v)(B), need. (a)(2)(v)(C) of this section, or institu- (ix) Persons or organizations operat- tions devoted to the care or training of ing beach patrols having responsibility those persons. for life-saving activities for the trans- (vi) A veterinarian, veterinary clinic, mission of messages required for the or a school of veterinary medicine for safety of life or property. the transmission of messages pertain- (x) Persons or organizations main- ing to the care and treatment of ani- taining establishment in isolated areas mals. Each licensee may be authorized where public communications facilities to operate one base station and two are not available and where the use of mobile units. Additional base stations radio is the only feasible means of es- or mobile units will be authorized only tablishing communication with a cen- on a showing of need. ter of population, or other point from (vii) Organizations established for which emergency assistance might be disaster relief purposes having an obtained if needed, for the trans- emergency radio communications plan mission of messages only during an ac- for the transmission of communica- tual or impending emergency endan- tions relating to the safety of life or gering life, health or property for the property, the establishment and main- transmission of essential communica- tenance of temporary relief facilities, tions arising from the emergency. The and the alleviation of the emergency transmission of routine or non-emer- situation during periods of actual or gency communications is strictly pro- impending emergency, or disaster, and hibited. until substantially normal conditions (A) Special eligibility showing. The ini- are restored. In addition, the stations tial application requesting a station may be used for training exercises, in- authorization for an establishment in cidental to the emergency communica- an isolated area shall be accompanied tions plan, and for operational commu- by a statement describing the status of nications of the disaster relief organi- public communication facilities in the zation or its chapter affiliates. The ini- area of the applicant’s establishment; tial application from a disaster relief the results of any attempts the appli- organization shall be accompanied by a cant may have made to obtain public copy of the charter or other authority communication service, and; in the under which the organization was es- event radio communications service is tablished and a copy of its communica- to be furnished under paragraph tions plan. The plan shall fully describe (a)(2)(x)(C)(2) of this section, a copy of the operation of the radio facilities and the agreement involved must be sub- describe the method of integration into mitted. other communications facilities which (B) Class and number of stations avail- normally would be available to assist able. Persons or organizations in this in the alleviation of the emergency category may be authorized to operate condition. not more than one fixed station at any (viii) Persons or organizations oper- isolated establishment and not more ating school buses on a regular basis than one fixed station in a center of over regular routes for the trans- population. mission of messages pertaining to ei- (C) Communication service rendered ther the efficient operation of the and received. (1) The licensee of a sta- school bus service or the safety or gen- tion at any establishment in an iso- eral welfare of the students they are lated area shall make the communica- engaged in transporting. Each school tion facilities of such station available bus operator may be authorized to op- at no charge to any person desiring the erate one base station and a number of transmission of any communication mobile units not in excess of the total permitted by paragraph (a) of this sec- of the number of buses and mainte- tion. nance vehicles regularly engaged in the (2) For the purpose of providing the school bus operation. Additional base communications link desired the li- stations or mobile units will be author- censee of a station at an establishment

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in an isolated area either may be the the governmental body having jurisdic- licensee of a similar station at another tion over the state’s emergency medi- location or may obtain communication cal service plans must be accompanied service under a mutual agreement from by a statement prepared by the govern- the licensee of any station in the Pub- mental body having jurisdiction over lic Safety Pool or any other station the state’s emergency medical services which is authorized to communicate plan indicating that the applicant is with the fixed station. included in the state’s emergency plan (xi) A communications common car- or otherwise supporting the applica- rier operating communications circuits tion. that normally carry essential commu- (b) International police radio- nication of such a nature that their communication. Police licensees which disruption would endanger life or pub- are located in close proximity to the lic property is eligible to hold author- borders of the United States may be izations for standby radio facilities for authorized to communicate inter- the transmission of messages only dur- nationally. Request for such authority ing periods when the normal circuits shall be written and signed and submit- are inoperative due to circumstances ted in duplicate. The request shall in- beyond the control of the user. During clude information as to the station such periods the radio facilities may be with which communication will be con- used to transmit any communication ducted, and the frequency, power, emis- which would be carried by the regular sion, etc., that will be used. If author- circuit. Initial applications for author- ized, such international communica- ization to operate a standby radio fa- tion must be conducted in accordance cility must include a statement de- with Article 5 of the Inter-American scribing radio communication facilities Radio Agreement, Washington, DC, desired, the proposed method of oper- 1949, which reads as follows: ation, a description of the messages normally being carried, and an expla- Article 5. Police radio stations. When the nation of how their disruption will en- American countries authorize their police danger life or public property. radio stations to exchange emergency infor- (xii) Communications common car- mation by radio with similar stations of an- other country, the following rules shall be riers for radio facilities to be used in applied. effecting expeditious repairs to inter- (a) Only police radio stations located close ruption of public communications fa- to the boundaries of contiguous countries cilities where such interruptions have shall be allowed to exchange this informa- resulted in disabling intercity circuits tion. or service to a multiplicity of subscrib- (b) In general, only important police mes- ers in a general area. Stations author- sages shall be handled, such as those which ized under this section may be used would lose their value, because of slowness only when no other means of commu- and time limitations if sent on other com- nication is readily available, for the munication systems. transmission of messages relating to (c) Frequencies used for radiotelephone the safety of life and property and mes- communications with mobile police units shall not be used for radiotelegraph commu- sages which are necessary for the effi- nications. cient restoration of the public commu- (d) Radiotelephone communications shall nication facilities which have been dis- be conducted only on frequencies assigned rupted. for radiotelephony. (xiii) Persons or entities engaged in (e) Radiotelegraph communications shall the provision of basic or advanced life be conducted on the following frequencies: support services on an ongoing basis 2804 kHz calling, 2808 kHz working, 2812 kHz are eligible to hold authorization to op- working, 5195 kHz day calling, 5185 kHz day erate stations for transmission of com- working, 5140 kHz day working. munications essential for the delivery (f) The characteristics of police radio sta- tions authorized to exchange information or rendition of emergency medical shall be notified to the International Tele- services for the provision of basic or communication Union, Geneva, Switzerland. advanced life support. Applications (g) The abbreviations contained in Appen- submitted by persons or organizations dix 9 of the Atlantic City Radio Regulations (governmental or otherwise) other than shall be used to the greatest possible extent.

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Service indications are as follows: ‘‘P’’, pri- PUBLIC SAFETY POOL FREQUENCY TABLE ority, for messages that are to be sent imme- diately, regardless of the number of other Frequency or Class of sta- Coordina- band tion(s) Limitations tor messages on file. If no service indication is given, the messages are to be transmitted in Kilohertz the order of receipt. (h) The message shall contain the pre- 530 ...... 1 ...... PX 1610 ...... Base (T.I.S.) .... 1 ...... PX amble, address, text and signature, as fol- 1630 ...... Base or mobile ...... PF lows: 1722 ...... do ...... 2, 3 ...... PP Preamble. The preamble of the message 1730 ...... do ...... 2, 3 ...... PP shall consist of the following: The serial 2212 ...... do ...... 4 ...... PO number preceded by the letters ‘‘NR’’, serv- 2226 ...... do ...... 4 ...... PO 2236 ...... do ...... 4 ...... PO ice indications, as appropriate; the group 2244 ...... do ...... 4 ...... PO count according to standard cable count sys- 2366 ...... do ...... 2, 4 ...... PP tem; the letters ‘‘CK’’, followed by numerals 2382 ...... do ...... 2 ...... PP indicating the number of words contained in 2390 ...... do ...... 2, 4 ...... PP the text of the message: Office and country 2406 ...... do ...... 2 ...... PP 2430 ...... do ...... 2 ...... PP of origin (not abbreviations): Day, month, 2442 ...... do ...... 2 ...... PP and hour of filing; 2450 ...... do ...... 2 ...... PP Address. The address must be as complete 2458 ...... do ...... 2 ...... PP as possible and shall include the name of the 2482 ...... do ...... 2 ...... PP addressee with any supplementary particu- 2490 ...... do ...... 2, 3 ...... PP 2726 ...... do ...... 5 ...... PX, PS lars necessary for immediate delivery of the 3201 ...... do ...... PS message; 2000 to 3000 ... Fixed ...... 75 ...... PS Text. The text may be either in plain lan- 2000 to 10,000 Fixed, base, or 6 ...... PX guage or code; mobile. Signature. The signature shall include the Megahertz name and title of the person originating the message. 30.86 ...... Base or mobile 7 ...... PO 30.90 ...... do ...... 7 ...... PO (c) Public Safety frequencies. (1) The 30.94 ...... do ...... 7 ...... PO following table indicates frequencies 30.98 ...... do ...... 7 ...... PO 31.02 ...... do ...... 7 ...... PO available for assignment to Public 31.06 ...... do ...... 7, 8, 9 ...... PO Safety stations, together with the class 31.10 ...... do ...... 7, 8, 9 ...... PO of station(s) to which they are nor- 31.14 ...... do ...... 7, 8, 9 ...... PO 31.18 ...... do ...... 8, 9 ...... PO mally assigned, the specific assignment 31.22 ...... do ...... 8, 9 ...... PO limitations which are explained in 31.26 ...... do ...... 8, 9 ...... PO paragraph (d) of this section, and the 31.30 ...... do ...... 8, 9 ...... PO 31.34 ...... do ...... 8, 9 ...... PO certified frequency coordinator for 31.38 ...... do ...... 8, 9 ...... PO each frequency: 31.42 ...... do ...... 8, 9 ...... PO 31.46 ...... do ...... 8, 9 ...... PO (2)(i) The letter symbol(s) listed in 31.50 ...... do ...... 8, 9 ...... PO the Coordinator column of the fre- 31.54 ...... do ...... 8, 9 ...... PO quency table in paragraph (c)(3) of this 31.58 ...... do ...... 8, 9 ...... PO 31.62 ...... do ...... 8, 9 ...... PO section specifies the frequency coordi- 31.66 ...... do ...... 8, 9 ...... PO nator(s) for each frequency as follows: 31.70 ...... do ...... 8, 9 ...... PO 31.74 ...... do ...... 8, 9 ...... PO PF—Fire Coordinator 31.78 ...... do ...... 8, 9 ...... PO PH—Highway Maintenance Coordinator 31.82 ...... do ...... 8, 9 ...... PO PM—Emergency Medical Coordinator 31.86 ...... do ...... 8, 9 ...... PO 31.90 ...... do ...... 8, 9 ...... PO PO—Forestry-Conservation Coordinator 31.94 ...... do ...... 8, 9 ...... PO PP—Police Coordinator 31.98 ...... do ...... 8, 9 ...... PO PS—Special Emergency Coordinator 33.02 ...... do ...... 10 ...... PH, PS PX—Any Public Safety Coordinator, except 33.04 ...... do ...... PS 33.06 ...... do ...... 10 ...... PH, PS the Special Emergency Coordinator 33.08 ...... do ...... PS 33.10 ...... do ...... 10 ...... PH, PS (ii) Frequencies without any coordi- 33.42 ...... Mobile or fixed 11 ...... PF nator specified may be coordinated by 33.44 ...... Base or mobile ...... PF any coordinator certified in the Public 33.46 ...... Mobile ...... PF 33.48 ...... Base or mobile ...... PF Safety Pool. 33.50 ...... Mobile ...... PF (3) Frequencies. 33.52 ...... Base or mobile ...... PF

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33.54 ...... Mobile ...... PF 39.38 ...... Mobile ...... PP 33.56 ...... Base or mobile ...... PF 39.40 ...... Base or mobile ...... PP 33.58 ...... Mobile ...... PF 39.42 ...... do ...... PP 33.60 ...... Base or mobile ...... PF 39.44 ...... do ...... PP 33.62 ...... Mobile ...... PF 39.46 ...... do ...... 15 ...... PP 33.64 ...... Base or mobile ...... PF 39.48 ...... do ...... PP 33.66 ...... Mobile ...... PF 39.50 ...... do ...... PX 33.68 ...... Base or mobile ...... PF 39.52 ...... do ...... PP 33.70 ...... do ...... PF 39.54 ...... do ...... PP 33.72 ...... do ...... PF 39.56 ...... do ...... PP 33.74 ...... do ...... PF 39.58 ...... do ...... PX 33.76 ...... do ...... PF 39.60 ...... do ...... PP 33.78 ...... do ...... PF 39.62 ...... do ...... PP 33.80 ...... do ...... PF 39.64 ...... do ...... PP 33.82 ...... do ...... PF 39.66 ...... Mobile ...... PP 33.84 ...... do ...... PF 39.68 ...... Base or mobile ...... PP 33.86 ...... do ...... PF 39.70 ...... Mobile ...... PP 33.88 ...... do ...... PF 39.72 ...... Base or mobile ...... PP 33.90 ...... do ...... PF 39.74 ...... Mobile ...... PP 33.92 ...... do ...... PF 39.76 ...... Base or mobile ...... PP 33.94 ...... do ...... PF 39.78 ...... Mobile ...... PP 33.96 ...... do ...... PF 39.80 ...... Base or mobile ...... PP 33.98 ...... do ...... PF 39.82 ...... do ...... PX 35.02 ...... Mobile ...... 12 ...... PS 39.84 ...... do ...... PP 35.64 ...... Base ...... 13 ...... PS 39.86 ...... do ...... PP 35.68 ...... do ...... 13 ...... PS 39.88 ...... do ...... PP 37.02 ...... Mobile ...... PP 39.90 ...... do ...... PX 37.04 ...... Base or mobile ...... PP 39.92 ...... do ...... PP 37.06 ...... do ...... PP 39.94 ...... do ...... PP 37.08 ...... do ...... PP 39.96 ...... do ...... PP 37.10 ...... do ...... PX 39.98 ...... do ...... PX 37.12 ...... do ...... PP 42.02 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 16 .... PP 37.14 ...... do ...... PP 42.04 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 16 .... PP 37.16 ...... do ...... PP 42.06 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 16 .... PP 37.18 ...... do ...... PX 42.08 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 16 .... PP 37.20 ...... do ...... PP 42.10 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 16 .... PP 37.22 ...... do ...... PP 42.12 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 16 .... PP 37.24 ...... do ...... PP 42.14 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 16 .... PP 37.26 ...... do ...... PX 42.16 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 16 .... PP 37.28 ...... do ...... PP 42.18 ...... Mobile ...... 2, 16 ...... PP 37.30 ...... do ...... PP 42.20 ...... do ...... 2, 16 ...... PP 37.32 ...... do ...... PP 42.22 ...... do ...... 2, 16 ...... PP 37.34 ...... Mobile ...... PP 42.24 ...... do ...... 2, 16 ...... PP 37.36 ...... Base or mobile ...... PP 42.26 ...... do ...... 2, 16 ...... PP 37.38 ...... Mobile ...... PP 42.28 ...... do ...... 2, 16 ...... PP 37.40 ...... Base or mobile ...... PP 42.30 ...... do ...... 2, 16 ...... PP 37.42 ...... Mobile ...... PP 42.32 ...... Base or mobile 2, 3, 16 .... PP 37.90 ...... Base or mobile 10 ...... PH, PS 42.34 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 16 .... PP 37.92 ...... do ...... PH 42.36 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 16 .... PP 37.94 ...... do ...... 10 ...... PH, PS 42.38 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 16 .... PP 37.96 ...... do ...... PH 42.40 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 16, PP 37.98 ...... do ...... 10 ...... PH, PS 27. 39.02 ...... do ...... PP 42.42 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 16 .... PP 39.04 ...... do ...... PP 42.44 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 16 .... PP 39.06 ...... do ...... 14 ...... PX 42.46 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 16 .... PP 39.08 ...... do ...... PP 42.48 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 16 .... PP 39.10 ...... do ...... PX 42.50 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 16 .... PP 39.12 ...... do ...... PP 42.52 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 16 .... PP 39.14 ...... do ...... PP 42.54 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 16 .... PP 39.16 ...... do ...... PP 42.56 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 16 .... PP 39.18 ...... do ...... PX 42.58 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 16 .... PP 39.20 ...... do ...... PP 42.60 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 16 .... PP 39.22 ...... do ...... PP 42.62 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 16 .... PP 39.24 ...... do ...... PP 42.64 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 16 .... PP 39.26 ...... Mobile ...... PP 42.66 ...... Mobile ...... 2, 16 ...... PP 39.28 ...... Base or mobile ...... PP 42.68 ...... do ...... 2, 16 ...... PP 39.30 ...... Mobile ...... PP 42.70 ...... do ...... 2, 16 ...... PP 39.32 ...... Base or mobile ...... PP 42.72 ...... do ...... 2, 16 ...... PP 39.34 ...... Mobile ...... PP 42.74 ...... do ...... 2, 16 ...... PP 39.36 ...... Base or mobile ...... PP 42.76 ...... do ...... 2, 16 ...... PP

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42.78 ...... do ...... 2, 16 ...... PP 45.80 ...... Base or mobile ...... PH 42.80 ...... Base or mobile 13 ...... PP 45.82 ...... Mobile ...... PP 42.82 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 16 .... PP 45.84 ...... Base or mobile ...... PH 42.84 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 16 .... PP 45.86 ...... do ...... 15 ...... PP 42.86 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 16 .... PP 45.88 ...... do ...... 19 ...... PF 42.88 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 16 .... PP 45.90 ...... do ...... 20 ...... PP 42.90 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 16 .... PP 45.92 ...... do ...... 10 ...... PS 42.92 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 16 .... PP 45.94 ...... do ...... PP 42.94 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 16 .... PP 45.96 ...... do ...... 10 ...... PS 43.64 ...... Base ...... 13, 18 ...... PS 45.98 ...... do ...... PP 43.68 ...... do ...... 13 ...... PS 46.00 ...... do ...... 10 ...... PS 44.62 ...... Base or mobile 2, 3, 16 .... PP 46.02 ...... do ...... PP 44.64 ...... do ...... PO 46.04 ...... do ...... 10 ...... PS 44.66 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 16 .... PP 46.06 ...... do ...... PF 44.68 ...... do ...... PO 46.08 ...... do ...... PF 44.70 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 16 .... PP 46.10 ...... do ...... PF 44.72 ...... do ...... PO 46.12 ...... do ...... PF 44.74 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 16 .... PP 46.14 ...... do ...... PF 44.76 ...... do ...... PO 46.16 ...... do ...... PF 44.78 ...... Mobile ...... 2, 16 ...... PP 46.18 ...... do ...... PF 44.80 ...... Base or mobile ...... PO 46.20 ...... do ...... PF 44.82 ...... Mobile ...... 2, 16 ...... PP 46.22 ...... Mobile ...... PF 44.84 ...... Base or mobile ...... PO 46.24 ...... do ...... PF 44.86 ...... Mobile ...... 2, 16 ...... PP 46.26 ...... do ...... PF 44.88 ...... Base or mobile ...... PO 46.28 ...... do ...... PF 44.90 ...... Mobile ...... 2, 16 ...... PP 46.30 ...... Mobile or fixed 11 ...... PF 44.92 ...... Base or mobile ...... PO 46.32 ...... Mobile ...... PF 44.94 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 16 .... PP 46.34 ...... do ...... PF 44.96 ...... do ...... PO 46.36 ...... Base or mobile ...... PF 44.98 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 16 .... PP 46.38 ...... do ...... PF 45.00 ...... do ...... PO 46.40 ...... do ...... PF 45.02 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 16 .... PP 46.42 ...... do ...... PF 45.04 ...... do ...... PO 46.44 ...... do ...... PF 45.06 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 16 .... PP 46.46 ...... do ...... PF 45.08 ...... do ...... PX 46.48 ...... do ...... PF 45.10 ...... do ...... PP 46.50 ...... do ...... PF 45.12 ...... do ...... PX 46.52 ...... do ...... PX 45.14 ...... do ...... PP 46.54 ...... do ...... PX 45.16 ...... do ...... PX 46.56 ...... do ...... PX 45.18 ...... do ...... PP 46.58 ...... do ...... PX 45.20 ...... do ...... PX 47.02 ...... do ...... 21, 22 ...... PH 45.22 ...... do ...... PP 47.04 ...... do ...... 21, 22 ...... PH 45.24 ...... do ...... PX 47.06 ...... do ...... 21, 22 ...... PH 45.26 ...... Mobile ...... PP 47.08 ...... do ...... 21, 22 ...... PH 45.28 ...... Base or mobile ...... PX 47.10 ...... do ...... 21, 22 ...... PH 45.30 ...... Mobile ...... PP 47.12 ...... do ...... 21, 22 ...... PH 45.32 ...... Base or mobile ...... PX 47.14 ...... do ...... 21, 22 ...... PH 45.34 ...... Mobile ...... PP 47.16 ...... do ...... 21, 22 ...... PH 45.36 ...... Base or mobile ...... PX 47.18 ...... do ...... 21, 22 ...... PH 45.38 ...... Mobile ...... PP 47.20 ...... do ...... 21, 22 ...... PH 45.40 ...... Base or mobile ...... PX 47.22 ...... do ...... 21, 22 ...... PH 45.42 ...... do ...... PP 47.24 ...... do ...... 21, 22 ...... PH 45.44 ...... do ...... PX 47.26 ...... do ...... 21, 22 ...... PH 45.46 ...... do ...... PP 47.28 ...... do ...... 21, 22 ...... PH 45.48 ...... do ...... PX 47.30 ...... do ...... 21, 22 ...... PH 45.50 ...... do ...... PP 47.32 ...... do ...... 21, 22 ...... PH 45.52 ...... do ...... PX 47.34 ...... do ...... 21, 22 ...... PH 45.54 ...... do ...... PP 47.36 ...... do ...... 21, 22 ...... PH 45.56 ...... do ...... PX 47.38 ...... do ...... 21, 22 ...... PH 45.58 ...... do ...... PP 47.40 ...... do ...... 21, 22 ...... PH 45.60 ...... do ...... PX 47.42 ...... do ...... 10, 23 ...... PS 45.62 ...... do ...... PP 47.46 ...... do ...... 10 ...... PS 45.64 ...... do ...... PX 47.50 ...... do ...... 10 ...... PS 45.66 ...... do ...... PP 47.54 ...... do ...... 10 ...... PS 45.68 ...... do ...... PH 47.58 ...... do ...... 10 ...... PS 45.70 ...... do ...... PP 47.62 ...... do ...... 10 ...... PS 45.72 ...... do ...... PH 47.66 ...... do ...... 10 ...... PS 45.74 ...... Mobile ...... PP 72.00 to 76.00 Operational 24 45.76 ...... Base or mobile ...... PH fixed. 45.78 ...... Mobile ...... PP 72.44 ...... Mobile ...... 25 ...... PF

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72.48 ...... do ...... 25 ...... PF 151.4525 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PO 72.52 ...... do ...... 25 ...... PF 151.460 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PO 72.56 ...... do ...... 25 ...... PF 151.4675 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PO 72.6 ...... do ...... 25 ...... PF 151.475 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PO 75.44 ...... do ...... 25 ...... PF 151.4825 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PO 75.48 ...... do ...... 25 ...... PF 151.490 ...... do ...... 7, 28 ...... PO 75.52 ...... do ...... 25 ...... PF 151.4975 ...... do ...... 7, 27, 28 .. PO 75.56 ...... do ...... 25 ...... PF 152.0075 ...... Base ...... 13, 19, 30 PS 75.6 ...... do ...... 25 ...... PF 153.740 ...... Mobile ...... PX 150 to 170 ...... Base or mobile 26 153.7475 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 150.775 ...... Mobile ...... PM 153.755 ...... do ...... PX 150.7825 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PM 153.7625 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 150.790 ...... do ...... PM 153.770 ...... do ...... PF 150.7975 ...... do ...... PM 153.7775 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PF 150.805 ...... do ...... PM 153.785 ...... do ...... PX 150.995 ...... Base or mobile 28 ...... PH 153.7925 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 151.0025 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PH 153.800 ...... do ...... PX 151.010 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PH 153.8075 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 151.0175 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PH 153.815 ...... do ...... PX 151.025 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PH 153.8225 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 151.0325 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PH 153.830 ...... do ...... 31 ...... PF 151.040 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PH 153.8375 ...... do ...... 27, 31 ...... PF 151.0475 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PH 153.845 ...... do ...... PX 151.055 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PH 153.8525 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 151.070 ...... do ...... 28, 30 ...... PH 153.860 ...... do ...... PX 151.085 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PH 153.8675 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 151.0925 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PH 153.875 ...... do ...... PX 151.100 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PH 153.8825 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 151.1075 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PH 153.890 ...... do ...... PF 151.115 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PH 153.8975 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PF 151.1225 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PH 153.905 ...... do ...... PX 151.130 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PH 153.9125 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 151.1375 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PH 153.920 ...... do ...... PX 151.145 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PO 153.9275 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 151.1525 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PO 153.935 ...... do ...... PX 151.160 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PO 153.9425 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 151.1675 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PO 153.950 ...... do ...... PF 151.175 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PO 153.9575 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PF 151.190 ...... do ...... 28, 30 ...... PO 153.965 ...... do ...... PX 151.205 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PO 153.9725 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 151.2125 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PO 153.980 ...... do ...... PX 151.220 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PO 153.9875 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 151.2275 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PO 153.995 ...... do ...... PX 151.235 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PO 154.0025 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 151.2425 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PO 154.010 ...... do ...... PF 151.250 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PO 154.0175 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PF 151.2575 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PO 154.025 ...... Base or mobile ...... PX 151.265 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PO 154.0325 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 151.2725 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PO 154.040 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PX 151.280 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PO 154.0475 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PX 151.2875 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PO 154.055 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PX 151.295 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PO 154.0625 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PX 151.310 ...... do ...... 28, 30 ...... PO 154.070 ...... Mobile ...... 28 ...... PF 151.325 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PO 154.0775 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PF 151.3325 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PO 154.085 ...... Base or mobile 28 ...... PX 151.340 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PO 154.0925 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PX 151.3475 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PO 154.100 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PX 151.355 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PO 154.1075 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PX 151.3625 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PO 154.115 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PX 151.370 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PO 154.1225 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PX 151.3775 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PO 154.130 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PF 151.385 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PO 154.1375 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PF 151.3925 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PO 154.145 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PF 151.400 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PO 154.1525 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PF 151.4075 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PO 154.160 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PF 151.415 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PO 154.1675 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PF 151.4225 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PO 154.175 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PF 151.430 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PO 154.1825 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PF 151.4375 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PO 154.190 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PF 151.445 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PO 154.1975 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PF

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154.205 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PF 154.860 ...... do ...... PP 154.2125 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PF 154.8675 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 154.220 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PF 154.875 ...... do ...... PP 154.2275 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PF 154.8825 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 154.235 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PF 154.890 ...... Mobile ...... PP 154.2425 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PF 154.8975 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 154.250 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PF 154.905 ...... Base or mobile 16 ...... PP 154.2575 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PF 154.9125 ...... do ...... 16, 27 ...... PP 154.265 ...... do ...... 19, 28 ...... PF 154.920 ...... do ...... 16 ...... PP 154.2725 ...... do ...... 19, 27, 28 PF 154.9275 ...... do ...... 16, 27 ...... PP 154.280 ...... do ...... 19, 28 ...... PF 154.935 ...... do ...... 16 ...... PP 154.2875 ...... do ...... 19, 27, 28 PF 154.9425 ...... do ...... 16, 27 ...... PP 154.295 ...... do ...... 19, 28 ...... PF 154.950 ...... Mobile ...... PP 154.3025 ...... do ...... 19, 27, 28 PF 154.9575 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 154.310 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PF 154.965 ...... Base or mobile ...... PX 154.3175 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PF 154.9725 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 154.325 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PF 154.980 ...... do ...... PX 154.3325 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PF 154.9875 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 154.340 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PF 154.995 ...... do ...... PX 154.3475 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PF 155.0025 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 154.355 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PF 155.010 ...... do ...... PP 154.3625 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PF 155.0175 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 154.370 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PF 155.025 ...... do ...... PX 154.3775 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PF 155.0325 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 154.385 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PF 155.040 ...... do ...... PX 154.3925 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PF 155.0475 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 154.400 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PF 155.055 ...... do ...... PX 154.4075 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PF 155.0625 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 154.415 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PF 155.070 ...... do ...... PP 154.4225 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PF 155.0775 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 154.430 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PF 155.085 ...... do ...... PX 154.4375 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PF 155.0925 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 154.445 ...... do ...... 28 ...... PF 155.100 ...... do ...... PX 154.4525 ...... do ...... 27, 28 ...... PF 155.1075 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 154.45625 ...... Fixed or mobile 32, 33, 34, PX 155.115 ...... do ...... PX 35. 155.1225 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 154.46375 ...... do ...... 33, 34, 35, PX 155.130 ...... do ...... PP 36, 37. 155.1375 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 154.47125 ...... do ...... 33, 34, 35, PX 155.145 ...... do ...... PX 36. 155.1525 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 154.47875 ...... do ...... 33, 34, 35, PX 155.160 ...... do ...... 10 ...... PS 37. 155.1675 ...... do ...... 10, 27 ...... PS 154.650 ...... Mobile ...... PP 155.175 ...... do ...... 10 ...... PS 154.6575 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 155.1825 ...... do ...... 10, 27 ...... PS 154.665 ...... Base or mobile 16 ...... PP 155.190 ...... do ...... PP 154.6725 ...... do ...... 16, 27 ...... PP 155.1975 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 154.680 ...... do ...... 16 ...... PP 155.205 ...... do ...... 10 ...... PS 154.6875 ...... do ...... 16, 27 ...... PP 155.2125 ...... do ...... 10, 27 ...... PS 154.695 ...... do ...... 16 ...... PP 155.220 ...... do ...... 10 ...... PS 154.7025 ...... do ...... 16, 27 ...... PP 155.2275 ...... do ...... 10, 27 ...... PS 154.710 ...... Mobile ...... PP 155.235 ...... do ...... 10 ...... PS 154.7175 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 155.2425 ...... do ...... 10, 27 ...... PS 154.725 ...... Base or mobile ...... PP 155.250 ...... do ...... PP 154.7325 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 155.2575 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 154.740 ...... do ...... PP 155.265 ...... do ...... 10 ...... PS 154.7475 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 155.2725 ...... do ...... 10, 27 ...... PS 154.755 ...... do ...... PP 155.280 ...... do ...... 10 ...... PS 154.7625 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 155.2875 ...... do ...... 10, 27 ...... PS 154.770 ...... Mobile ...... PP 155.295 ...... do ...... 10 ...... PS 154.7775 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 155.3025 ...... do ...... 10, 27 ...... PS 154.785 ...... Base or mobile ...... PP 155.310 ...... do ...... PP 154.7925 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 155.3175 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 154.800 ...... do ...... PP 155.325 ...... do ...... 38, 39 ...... PM 154.8075 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 155.3325 ...... do ...... 27, 38, 39 PM 154.815 ...... do ...... PP 155.340 ...... do ...... 39, 40 ...... PM 154.8225 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 155.3475 ...... do ...... 27, 39, 40 PM 154.830 ...... Mobile ...... PP 155.355 ...... do ...... 38, 39 ...... PM 154.8375 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 155.3625 ...... do ...... 27, 38, 39 PM 154.845 ...... Base or mobile ...... PP 155.370 ...... do ...... PP 154.8525 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 155.3775 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP

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155.385 ...... do ...... 38, 39 ...... PM 155.910 ...... Mobile ...... PP 155.3925 ...... do ...... 27, 38, 39 PM 155.9175 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 155.400 ...... do ...... 38, 39 ...... PM 155.925 ...... Base or mobile ...... PX 155.4075 ...... do ...... 27, 38, 39 PM 155.9325 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 155.415 ...... do ...... PP 155.940 ...... do ...... PX 155.4225 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 155.9475 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 155.430 ...... do ...... PP 155.955 ...... do ...... PX 155.4375 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 155.9625 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 155.445 ...... do ...... 16 ...... PP 155.970 ...... Mobile ...... PP 155.4525 ...... do ...... 16, 27 ...... PP 155.9775 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 155.460 ...... do ...... 16 ...... PP 155.985 ...... do ...... PX 155.4675 ...... do ...... 16, 27 ...... PP 155.9925 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 155.475 ...... do ...... 41 ...... PP 156.000 ...... do ...... PX 155.4825 ...... do ...... 27, 41 ...... PP 156.0075 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 155.490 ...... do ...... PP 156.015 ...... do ...... PX 155.4975 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 156.0225 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 155.505 ...... do ...... 16 ...... PP 156.030 ...... do ...... PP 155.5125 ...... do ...... 16, 27 ...... PP 156.0375 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 155.520 ...... do ...... PP 156.045 ...... do ...... 42 ...... PH 155.5275 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 156.0525 ...... do ...... 27, 42 ...... PH 155.535 ...... do ...... PP 156.060 ...... do ...... 42 ...... PH 155.5425 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 156.0675 ...... do ...... 27, 42 ...... PH 155.550 ...... do ...... PP 156.075 ...... do ...... PH 155.5575 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 156.0825 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PH 155.565 ...... do ...... PP 156.090 ...... do ...... PP 155.5725 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 156.0975 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 155.580 ...... do ...... PP 156.105 ...... Base or mobile ...... PH 155.5875 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 156.1125 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PH 155.595 ...... do ...... PP 156.120 ...... do ...... PH 155.6025 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 156.1275 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PH 155.610 ...... do ...... PP 156.135 ...... do ...... PH 155.6175 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 156.1425 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PH 155.625 ...... do ...... PP 156.150 ...... Mobile ...... PP 155.6325 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 156.1575 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 155.640 ...... do ...... PP 156.165 ...... Base or mobile 42, 43 ...... PH 155.6475 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 156.1725 ...... do ...... 27, 42, 43 PH 155.655 ...... do ...... PP 156.180 ...... do ...... 42, 43 ...... PH 155.6625 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 156.1875 ...... do ...... 27, 42, 43 PH 155.670 ...... do ...... PP 156.195 ...... do ...... 43 ...... PH 155.6775 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 156.2025 ...... do ...... 27, 43 ...... PH 155.685 ...... do ...... PP 156.210 ...... do ...... PP 155.6925 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 156.2175 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 155.700 ...... do ...... PP 156.225 ...... do ...... 43 ...... PH 155.7075 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 156.2325 ...... do ...... 27, 43 ...... PH 155.715 ...... do ...... PX 156.240 ...... do ...... 43 ...... PH 155.7225 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 156.2475 ...... do ...... 43, 44 ...... PH 155.730 ...... do ...... PP 157.450 ...... do ...... 13, 45, 30 PS 155.7375 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 158.7225 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 155.745 ...... do ...... PX 158.730 ...... do ...... PP 155.7525 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 158.7375 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 155.760 ...... do ...... PX 158.745 ...... Base and mo- ...... PX 155.7675 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX bile. 155.775 ...... do ...... PX 158.7525 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 155.7825 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 158.760 ...... do ...... PX 155.790 ...... do ...... PP 158.7675 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 155.7975 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 158.775 ...... do ...... PX 155.805 ...... do ...... PX 158.7825 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 155.8125 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 158.790 ...... Base or mobile ...... PP 155.820 ...... do ...... PX 158.7975 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 155.8275 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 158.805 ...... Base and mo- ...... PX 155.835 ...... do ...... PX bile. 155.8425 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 158.8125 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 155.850 ...... Mobile ...... PP 158.820 ...... do ...... PX 155.8575 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 158.8275 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 155.865 ...... Base or mobile ...... PX 158.835 ...... do ...... PX 155.8725 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 158.8425 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 155.880 ...... do ...... PX 158.850 ...... Base or mobile ...... PP 155.8875 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 158.8575 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 155.895 ...... do ...... PX 158.865 ...... Mobile ...... PX 155.9025 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 158.8725 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX

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158.880 ...... do ...... PX 159.405 ...... do ...... 46 ...... PO 158.8875 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 159.4125 ...... do ...... 27, 46 ...... PO 158.895 ...... do ...... PX 159.420 ...... do ...... 46 ...... PO 158.9025 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 159.4275 ...... do ...... 27, 46 ...... PO 158.910 ...... do ...... PP 159.435 ...... do ...... 46 ...... PO 158.9175 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 159.4425 ...... do ...... 27, 46 ...... PO 158.925 ...... do ...... PX 159.450 ...... do ...... PO 158.9325 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 159.4575 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PO 158.940 ...... do ...... PX 159.465 ...... do ...... PO 158.9475 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 159.4725 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PO 158.955 ...... do ...... PX 163.250 ...... do ...... 13, 30 ...... PS 158.9625 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 166.250 ...... do ...... 47 ...... PF 158.970 ...... do ...... PP 169 to 172 ...... Mobile ...... 48 ...... 158.9775 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 170.150 ...... Base or mobile 47 ...... PF 158.985 ...... do ...... 43 ...... PH 170.425 ...... do ...... 9, 49, 50 .. PO 158.9925 ...... do ...... 27, 43 ...... PH 170.475 ...... do ...... 9, 49, 51 .. PO 159.000 ...... do ...... 43 ...... PH 170.575 ...... do ...... 9, 49, 50 .. PO 159.0075 ...... do ...... 27, 43 ...... PH 171.425 ...... do ...... 9, 49, 51 .. PO 159.015 ...... do ...... 43 ...... PH 171.475 ...... do ...... 9, 50, 52 .. PO 159.0225 ...... do ...... 27, 43 ...... PH 171.575 ...... do ...... 9, 49, 51 .. PO 159.030 ...... do ...... PP 172.225 ...... do ...... 9, 49, 50 .. PO 159.0375 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 172.275 ...... do ...... 9, 51, 52 .. PO 159.045 ...... do ...... 43 ...... PH 172.375 ...... do ...... 9, 49, 50 .. PO 159.0525 ...... do ...... 27, 43 ...... PH 173.075 ...... do ...... 53 ...... PP 159.060 ...... do ...... 43 ...... PH 173.20375 ...... Fixed or mobile 33, 34, 35, PX 159.0675 ...... do ...... 27, 43 ...... PH 36. 159.075 ...... do ...... 43 ...... PH 173.210 ...... do ...... 34, 35, 36, PX 159.0825 ...... do ...... 27, 43 ...... PH 54. 159.090 ...... Base or mobile ...... PP 173.2375 ...... do ...... 32, 33, 34, PX 159.0975 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 35. 159.105 ...... do ...... 43 ...... PH 173.2625 ...... do ...... 32, 33, 34, PX 159.1125 ...... do ...... 27, 43 ...... PH 35. 159.120 ...... do ...... 43 ...... PH 173.2875 ...... do ...... 32, 33, 34, PX 159.1275 ...... do ...... 27, 43 ...... PH 35. 159.135 ...... do ...... 43 ...... PH 173.3125 ...... do ...... 32, 33, 34, PX 159.1425 ...... do ...... 27, 43 ...... PH 35. 159.150 ...... do ...... PP 173.3375 ...... do ...... 32, 33, 34, PX 159.1575 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 35. 159.165 ...... do ...... 43 ...... PH 173.3625 ...... do ...... 32, 33, 34, PX 159.1725 ...... do ...... 27, 43 ...... PH 35. 159.180 ...... do ...... PH 173.390 ...... do ...... 34, 35, 36, PX 159.1875 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PH 54. 159.195 ...... do ...... PH 173.39625 ...... do ...... 33, 34, 35, PX 159.2025 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PH 36. 159.210 ...... do ...... PP 220 to 222 ...... Base and mo- 55 ...... 159.2175 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP bile. 159.225 ...... do ...... PO 220.8025 ...... Base ...... 55 ...... PP, PS 159.2325 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PO 220.8075 ...... do ...... 55 ...... PP, PS 159.240 ...... do ...... 46 ...... PO 220.8125 ...... do ...... 55 ...... PP, PS 159.2475 ...... do ...... 27, 46 ...... PO 220.8175 ...... do ...... 55 ...... PP, PS 159.255 ...... do ...... 46 ...... PO 220.8225 ...... do ...... 55 ...... PP, PS 159.2625 ...... do ...... 27, 46 ...... PO 220.8275 ...... do ...... 55 ...... PP, PS 159.270 ...... do ...... 46 ...... PO 220.8325 ...... do ...... 55 ...... PP, PS 159.2775 ...... do ...... 27, 46 ...... PO 220.8375 ...... do ...... 55 ...... PP, PS 159.285 ...... do ...... 46 ...... PO 220.8425 ...... do ...... 55 ...... PP, PS 159.2925 ...... do ...... 27, 46 ...... PO 220.8475 ...... do ...... 55 ...... PP, PS 159.300 ...... do ...... 46 ...... PO 220.9025 ...... do ...... 55 ...... PM 159.3075 ...... do ...... 27, 46 ...... PO 220.9075 ...... do ...... 55 ...... PM 159.315 ...... do ...... 46 ...... PO 220.9125 ...... do ...... 55 ...... PM 159.3225 ...... do ...... 27, 46 ...... PO 220.9175 ...... do ...... 55 ...... PM 159.330 ...... do ...... 46 ...... PO 220.9225 ...... do ...... 55 ...... PM 159.3375 ...... do ...... 27, 46 ...... PO 221.8025 ...... Mobile ...... 55 ...... PP, PS 159.345 ...... do ...... 46 ...... PO 221.8075 ...... do ...... 55 ...... PP, PS 159.3525 ...... do ...... 27, 46 ...... PO 221.8125 ...... do ...... 55 ...... PP, PS 159.360 ...... do ...... 46 ...... PO 221.8175 ...... do ...... 55 ...... PP, PS 159.3675 ...... do ...... 27, 46 ...... PO 221.8225 ...... do ...... 55 ...... PP, PS 159.375 ...... do ...... 46 ...... PO 221.8275 ...... do ...... 55 ...... PP, PS 159.3825 ...... do ...... 27, 46 ...... PO 221.8325 ...... do ...... 55 ...... PP, PS 159.390 ...... do ...... 46 ...... PO 221.8375 ...... do ...... 55 ...... PP, PS 159.3975 ...... do ...... 27, 46 ...... PO 221.8425 ...... do ...... 55 ...... PP, PS

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221.8475 ...... do ...... 55 ...... PP, PS 453.28125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 221.9025 ...... do ...... 55 ...... PM 453.2875 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 221.9075 ...... do ...... 55 ...... PM 453.29375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 221.9125 ...... do ...... 55 ...... PM 453.300 ...... do ...... PX 221.9175 ...... do ...... 55 ...... PM 453.30625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 221.9225 ...... do ...... 55 ...... PM 453.3125 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 450 to 470 ...... Fixed, base, or 26, 56 453.31875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX mobile. 453.325 ...... do ...... PX 453.0125 ...... Mobile ...... 57 ...... PX 453.33125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 453.025 ...... Central control, 58, 59, 60, PX, PS 453.3375 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX fixed base, or 61, 62. 453.34375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX mobile. 453.350 ...... do ...... PX 453.03125 ...... Base or mobile 44, 59, 60, PM, PS 453.35625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 61, 62. 453.3625 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 453.0375 ...... do ...... 27, 59, 60, PX 453.36875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 61, 62. 453.375 ...... do ...... PX 453.04375 ...... do ...... 44, 59, 60, PM 453.38125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 61, 62. 453.3875 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 453.050 ...... do ...... PX 453.39375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 453.05625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 453.400 ...... do ...... PX 453.0625 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 453.40625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 453.06875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 453.4125 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 453.075 ...... Central control, 58, 59, 60, PX, PS 453.41875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX fixed, base, 61, 62. 453.425 ...... do ...... PX or mobile. 453.43125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 453.08125 ...... Base or mobile 44, 59, 60, PM 453.4375 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 61, 62. 453.44375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 453.0875 ...... do ...... 27, 59, 60, PX 453.450 ...... do ...... PX 61, 62. 453.45625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 453.09375 ...... do ...... 44, 59, 60, PM 453.4625 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 61, 62. 453.46875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 453.100 ...... do ...... PX 453.475 ...... do ...... PX 453.10625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 453.48125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 453.1125 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 453.4875 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 453.11875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 453.49375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 453.125 ...... Central control, 58, 59, 60, PX, PS 453.500 ...... do ...... PX fixed, base, 61, 62. 453.50625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX or mobile. 453.5125 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 453.13125 ...... Base or mobile 44, 59, 60, PM 453.51875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 61, 62. 453.525 ...... do ...... PX 453.1375 ...... do ...... 27, 59, 60, PX 453.53125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 61, 62. 453.5375 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 453.14375 ...... do ...... 44, 59, 60, PM 453.54375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 61, 62. 453.550 ...... do ...... PX 453.150 ...... do ...... PX 453.55625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 453.15625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 453.5625 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 453.1625 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 453.56875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 453.16875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 453.575 ...... do ...... PX 453.175 ...... Central control, 58, 59, 60, PX, PS 453.58125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX fixed, base, 61, 62. 453.5875 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX or mobile. 453.59375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 453.18125 ...... Base or mobile 44, 59, 60, PM 453.600 ...... do ...... PX 61, 62. 453.60625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 453.1875 ...... do ...... 27, 59, 60, PX 453.6125 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 61, 62. 453.61875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 453.19375 ...... do ...... 44, 59, 60, PM 453.625 ...... do ...... PX 61, 62. 453.63125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 453.200 ...... do ...... PX 453.6375 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 453.20625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 453.64375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 453.2125 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 453.650 ...... do ...... PX 453.21875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 453.65625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 453.225 ...... do ...... PX 453.6625 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 453.23125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 453.66875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 453.2375 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 453.675 ...... do ...... PX 453.24375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 453.68125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 453.250 ...... do ...... PX 453.6875 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 453.25625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 453.69375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 453.2625 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 453.700 ...... do ...... PX 453.26875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 453.70625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 453.275 ...... do ...... PX 453.7125 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX

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453.71875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 458.1125 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 453.725 ...... do ...... PX 458.11875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 453.73125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 458.125 ...... Radio call 58, 59, 61, PX 453.7375 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX boxes, fixed, 62, 63. 453.74375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX or mobile. 453.750 ...... do ...... PX 458.13125 ...... Mobile ...... 44, 59, 61, PM 453.75625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 62. 453.7625 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 458.1375 ...... do ...... 27, 59, 61, PX 453.76875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 62. 453.775 ...... do ...... PX 458.14375 ...... do ...... 44, 59, 61, PM 453.78125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 62. 453.7875 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 458.150 ...... do ...... PX 453.79375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 458.15625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 453.800 ...... do ...... PX 458.1625 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 453.80625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 458.16875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 453.8125 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 458.175 ...... Radio call 58, 59, 61, PX 453.81875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX boxes, fixed, 62, 63. 453.825 ...... do ...... PX or mobile. 453.83125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 458.18125 ...... Mobile ...... 44, 59, 61, PM 453.8375 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 62. 453.84375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 458.1875 ...... do ...... 27, 59, 61, PX 453.850 ...... do ...... PX 62. 453.85625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 458.19375 ...... do ...... 44, 59, 61, PM 453.8625 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 62. 453.86875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 458.200 ...... do ...... PX 453.875 ...... do ...... PX 458.20625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 453.88125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 458.2125 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 453.8875 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 458.21875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 453.89375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 458.225 ...... do ...... PX 453.900 ...... do ...... PX 458.23125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 453.90625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 458.2375 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 453.9125 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 458.24375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 453.91875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 458.250 ...... do ...... PX 453.925 ...... do ...... PX 458.25625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 453.93125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 458.2625 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 453.9375 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 458.26875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 453.94375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 458.275 ...... do ...... PX 453.950 ...... do ...... PX 458.28125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 453.95625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 458.2875 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 453.9625 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 458.29375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 453.96875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 458.300 ...... do ...... PX 453.975 ...... do ...... PX 458.30625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 453.98125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 458.3125 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 453.9875 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 458.31875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 453.99375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 458.325 ...... do ...... PX 458.0125 ...... Mobile ...... 57 ...... PS 458.33125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 458.025 ...... Radio call 58, 59, 61, PX 458.3375 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX boxes, fixed, 62, 63. 458.34375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX or mobile. 458.350 ...... do ...... PX 458.03125 ...... Mobile ...... 44, 59, 61, PM 458.35625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 62. 458.3625 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 458.0375 ...... do ...... 27, 59, 61, PX 458.36875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 62. 458.375 ...... do ...... PX 458.04375 ...... do ...... 44, 59, 61, PM 458.38125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 62. 458.3875 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 458.050 ...... do ...... PX 458.39375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 458.05625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 458.400 ...... do ...... PX 458.0625 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 458.40625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 458.06875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 458.4125 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 458.075 ...... Radio call 58, 59, 61, PX 458.41875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX boxes, fixed, 62, 63. 458.425 ...... do ...... PX or mobile. 458.43125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 458.08125 ...... Mobile ...... 44, 59, 61, PM 458.4375 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 62. 458.44375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 458.0875 ...... do ...... 27, 59, 61, PX 458.450 ...... do ...... PX 62. 458.45625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 458.09375 ...... do ...... 44, 59, 61, PM 458.4625 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 62. 458.46875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 458.100 ...... do ...... PX 458.475 ...... do ...... PX 458.10625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 458.48125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX

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458.4875 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 458.925 ...... do ...... PX 458.49375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 458.93125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 458.500 ...... do ...... PX 458.9375 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 458.50625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 458.94375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 458.5125 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 458.950 ...... do ...... PX 458.51875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 458.95625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 458.525 ...... do ...... PX 458.9625 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 458.53125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 458.96875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 458.5375 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 458.975 ...... do ...... PX 458.54375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 458.98125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 458.550 ...... do ...... PX 458.9875 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 458.55625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 458.99375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 458.5625 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 460.0125 ...... do ...... 27, 64 ...... PP 458.56875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 460.01875 ...... Base or mobile 44 ...... PP 458.575 ...... do ...... PX 460.025 ...... do ...... PP 458.58125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 460.03125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 458.5875 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 460.0375 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 458.59375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 460.04375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 458.600 ...... do ...... PX 460.050 ...... do ...... PP 458.60625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 460.05626 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 458.6125 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 460.0625 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 458.61875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 460.06875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 458.625 ...... do ...... PX 460.075 ...... do ...... PP 458.63125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 460.08125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 458.6375 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 460.0875 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 458.64375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 460.09375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 458.650 ...... do ...... PX 460.100 ...... do ...... PP 458.65625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 460.10625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 458.6625 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 460.1125 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 458.66875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 460.11875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 458.675 ...... do ...... PX 460.125 ...... do ...... PP 458.68125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 460.13125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 458.6875 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 460.1375 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 458.69375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 460.14375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 458.700 ...... do ...... PX 460.150 ...... do ...... PP 458.70625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 460.15625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 458.7125 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 460.1625 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 458.71875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 460.16875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 458.725 ...... do ...... PX 460.175 ...... do ...... PP 458.73125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 460.18125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 458.7375 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 460.1875 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 458.74375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 460.19375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 458.750 ...... do ...... PX 460.200 ...... do ...... PP 458.75625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 460.20625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 458.7625 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 460.2125 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 458.76875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 460.21875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 458.775 ...... do ...... PX 460.225 ...... do ...... PP 458.78125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 460.23125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 458.7875 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 460.2375 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 458.79375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 460.24375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 458.800 ...... do ...... PX 460.250 ...... do ...... PP 458.80625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 460.25625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 458.8125 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 460.2625 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 458.81875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 460.26875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 458.825 ...... do ...... PX 460.275 ...... do ...... PP 458.83125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 460.28125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 458.8375 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 460.2875 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 458.84375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 460.29375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 458.850 ...... do ...... PX 460.300 ...... do ...... PP 458.85625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 460.30625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 458.8625 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 460.3125 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 458.86875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 460.31875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 458.875 ...... do ...... PX 460.325 ...... do ...... PP 458.88125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 460.33125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 458.8875 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 460.3375 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 458.89375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 460.34375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 458.900 ...... do ...... PX 460.350 ...... do ...... PP 458.90625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 460.35625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 458.9125 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PX 460.3625 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 458.91875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PX 460.36875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP

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460.375 ...... do ...... PP 463.0375 ...... do ...... 27, 59, 66, PM 460.38125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 67. 460.3875 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 463.04375 ...... do ...... 44, 59, 66, PM 460.39375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 67. 460.400 ...... do ...... PP 463.050 ...... do ...... 59, 66, 67 PM 460.40625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 463.05625 ...... do ...... 44, 59, 66, PM 460.4125 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 67. 460.41875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 463.0625 ...... do ...... 27, 59, 66, PM 460.425 ...... do ...... PP 67. 460.43125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 463.06875 ...... do ...... 44, 59, 66, PM 460.4375 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 67. 460.44375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 463.075 ...... do ...... 59, 66, 76 PM 460.450 ...... do ...... PP 463.08125 ...... do ...... 44, 59, 66, PM 460.45625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 76. 460.4625 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 463.0875 ...... do ...... 27, 59, 66, PM 460.46875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 76. 460.475 ...... do ...... PP 463.09375 ...... do ...... 44, 59, 66, PM 460.48125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 76. 460.4875 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 463.100 ...... do ...... 59, 66, 76 PM 460.49375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 463.10625 ...... do ...... 44, 59, 66, PM 460.500 ...... do ...... PP 76. 460.50625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 463.1125 ...... do ...... 27, 59, 66, PM 460.5125 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 76. 460.51875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 463.11875 ...... do ...... 44, 59, 66, PM 460.525 ...... do ...... PP, PF, 76. PM 463.125 ...... do ...... 59, 66, 76 PM 460.53125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP, PF, 463.13125 ...... do ...... 44, 59, 66, PM PM 76. 460.5375 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP, PF, 463.1375 ...... do ...... 27, 59, 66, PM PM 76. 460.54375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP, PF, 463.14375 ...... do ...... 44, 59, 66, PM PM 460.550 ...... do ...... PP, PF, 76. 463.150 ...... do ...... 59, 66, 76 PM PM 460.55625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP, PF, 463.15625 ...... do ...... 44, 59, 66, PM PM 76. 460.5625 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP, PF, 463.1625 ...... do ...... 27, 59, 66, PM PM 76. 460.56875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP, PF, 463.16875 ...... do ...... 44, 59, 66, PM PM 76. 460.575 ...... do ...... PF 463.175 ...... do ...... 59, 66, 76 PM 460.58125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PF 463.18125 ...... do ...... 44, 59, 66, PM 460.5875 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PF 76. 460.59375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PF 463.1875 ...... do ...... 27, 59, 66, PM 460.600 ...... do ...... PF 76. 460.60625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PF 463.19375 ...... do ...... 44, 59, 66, PM 460.6125 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PF 76. 460.61875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PF 465.0125 ...... Mobile ...... 57 ...... PP 460.625 ...... do ...... PF 465.025 ...... do ...... PP 460.63125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PF 465.03125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 460.6375 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PF 465.0375 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 460.64375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PF 465.04375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 462.9375 ...... Mobile ...... 57 ...... PS 465.050 ...... do ...... PP 462.950 ...... Base or mobile 38, 65 ...... PM 465.05625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 462.95625 ...... do ...... 38, 44, 65 PM 465.0625 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 462.9625 ...... do ...... 27, 38, 65 PM 465.06875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 462.96875 ...... do ...... 38, 44, 65 PM 465.075 ...... do ...... PP 462.975 ...... do ...... 38, 65 ...... PM 465.08125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 462.98125 ...... do ...... 38, 44, 65 PM 465.0875 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 462.9875 ...... do ...... 27, 38, 65 PM 465.09375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 462.99375 ...... do ...... 38, 44, 65 PM 465.100 ...... do ...... PP 463.000 ...... do ...... 59, 66, 67 PM 465.10625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 463.00625 ...... do ...... 44, 59, 66, PM 465.1125 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 67. 465.11875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 463.0125 ...... do ...... 27, 59, 66, PM 465.125 ...... do ...... PP 67. 465.13125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 463.01875 ...... do ...... 44, 59, 66, PM 465.1375 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 67. 465.14375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 463.025 ...... do ...... 59, 66, 67 PM 465.150 ...... do ...... PP 463.03125 ...... do ...... 44, 59, 66, PM 465.15625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 67. 465.1625 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP

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465.16875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 465.56875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP, PF, 465.175 ...... do ...... PP PM 465.18125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 465.575 ...... Mobile ...... PF 465.1875 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 465.58125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PF 465.19375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 465.5875 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PF 465.200 ...... do ...... PP 465.59375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PF 465.20625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 465.600 ...... do ...... PF 465.2125 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 465.60625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PF 465.21875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 465.6125 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PF 465.225 ...... do ...... PP 465.61875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PF 465.23125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 465.625 ...... do ...... PF 465.2375 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 465.63125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PF 465.24375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 465.6375 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PF 465.250 ...... do ...... PP 465.64375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PF 465.25625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 467.9375 ...... do ...... 57 ...... PS 465.2625 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 467.950 ...... do ...... 38, 65 ...... PM 465.26875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 467.95625 ...... do ...... 38, 44, 65 PM 465.275 ...... do ...... PP 467.9625 ...... do ...... 27, 38, 65 PM 465.28125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 467.96875 ...... do ...... 38, 44, 65 PM 465.2875 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 467.975 ...... do ...... 38, 65 ...... PM 465.29375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 467.98125 ...... do ...... 38, 44, 65 PM 465.300 ...... do ...... PP 467.9875 ...... do ...... 27, 38, 65 PM 465.30625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 467.99375 ...... do ...... 38, 44, 65 PM 465.3125 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 468.000 ...... do ...... 59, 66, 67 PM 465.31875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 468.00625 ...... do ...... 44, 59, 66, PM 465.325 ...... do ...... PP 67. 465.33125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 468.0125 ...... do ...... 27, 59, 66, PM 465.3375 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 67. 465.34375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 468.01875 ...... do ...... 44, 59, 66, PM 465.350 ...... do ...... PP 67. 465.35625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 468.025 ...... do ...... 59, 66, 67 PM 465.3625 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 468.03125 ...... do ...... 44, 59, 66, PM 465.36875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 465.375 ...... do ...... PP 67. 465.38125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 468.0375 ...... do ...... 27, 59, 66, PM 465.3875 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 67. 465.39375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 468.04375 ...... do ...... 44, 59, 66, PM 465.400 ...... do ...... PP 67. 465.40625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 468.050 ...... do ...... 59, 66, 67 PM 465.4125 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 468.05625 ...... do ...... 44, 59, 66, PM 465.41875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 67. 465.425 ...... do ...... PP 468.0625 ...... do ...... 27, 59, 66, PM 465.43125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 67. 465.4375 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 468.06875 ...... do ...... 44, 59, 66, PM 465.44375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 67. 465.450 ...... do ...... PP 468.075 ...... do ...... 59, 66, 76 PM 465.45625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 468.08125 ...... do ...... 44, 59, 66, PM 465.4625 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 76. 465.46875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 468.0875 ...... do ...... 27, 59, 66, PM 465.475 ...... do ...... PP 76. 465.48125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 468.09375 ...... do ...... 44, 59, 66, PM 465.4875 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 76. 465.49375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 468.100 ...... do ...... 59, 66, 76 PM 465.500 ...... do ...... PP 468.10625 ...... do ...... 44, 59, 66, PM 465.50625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 76. 465.5125 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP 468.1125 ...... do ...... 27, 59, 66, PM 465.51875 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP 76. 465.525 ...... do ...... PP, PF, 468.11875 ...... do ...... 44, 59, 66, PM PM 76. 465.53125 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP, PF, 468.125 ...... do ...... 59, 66, 76 PM PM 468.13125 ...... do ...... 44, 59, 66, PM 465.5375 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP, PF, 76. PM 468.1375 ...... do ...... 27, 59, 66, PM 465.54375 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP, PF, 76. PM 468.14375 ...... do ...... 44, 59, 66, PM 465.550 ...... Base or mobile ...... PP, PF, 76. PM 468.150 ...... do ...... 59, 66, 76 PM 465.55625 ...... do ...... 44 ...... PP, PF, 468.15625 ...... do ...... 44, 59, 66, PM PM 76. 465.5625 ...... do ...... 27 ...... PP, PF, 468.1625 ...... do ...... 27, 59, 66, PM PM 76.

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PUBLIC SAFETY POOL FREQUENCY TABLEÐ (6) Only the central governments of Continued the fifty individual States, the District of Columbia, and the insular areas of Frequency or Class of sta- Coordina- band tion(s) Limitations tor the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, the Commonwealth of 468.16875 ...... do ...... 44, 59, 66, PM Puerto Rico, and the unincorporated 76. 468.175 ...... do ...... 59, 66, 76 PM territories of American Samoa, Guam 468.18125 ...... do ...... 44, 59, 66, PM and the United States Virgin Islands 76. are eligible to be licensed to use this 468.1875 ...... do ...... 27, 59, 66, PM 76. spectrum, and then only for disaster 468.19375 ...... do ...... 44, 59, 66, PM communications purposes. Licensees 76. may not use this spectrum to provide 470 to 512 ...... Base or mobile 68 ...... PX operational communications circuits. 806 to 824 ...... Mobile ...... 69. 851 to 859 ...... Base or mobile 69. See also, § 90.264. 928 and above Operational 70. (7) This frequency is shared with the fixed. Industrial/Business Pool. 929 to 930 ...... Base only ...... 71. 1,427 to 1,435 Operational 72. (8) This frequency is available for as- fixed, base, signment only in accordance with a or mobile. geographical assignment plan. This fre- 2,450 to 2,500 Base or mobile 73. 10,550 to ...... do ...... 74. quency may be used for conservation 10,680. activities on a secondary basis to any station using the frequency for forest (d) Explanation of assignment limita- fire prevention, detection, and suppres- tions appearing in the frequency table sion. of paragraph (c)(3) of this section: (9) This frequency is reserved pri- (1) This frequency is available for use marily for assignment to state licens- by Travelers’ Information Stations in ees. Assignments to other licensees accordance with § 90.242. will be made only where the frequency (2) The frequency is available for as- is required for coordinated operation signment only in accordance with a with the State system to which the fre- geographical assignment plan. quency is assigned. Any request for (3) Base stations operating on this such assignment must be supported by frequency and rendering service to a statement from the State system state police mobile units may be au- concerned, indicating that the assign- thorized to use a maximum output ment is necessary for coordination of power in excess of the maximum indi- activities. cated in § 90.205 but not in excess of 7500 (10) A licensee regularly conducting watts: Provided, That such operation is two-way communication operations on secondary to other stations. this frequency may, on a secondary (4) The use of this frequency is on a secondary basis to any Canadian sta- basis, also transmit one-way alert-pag- tion. ing signals to ambulance and rescue (5) In addition to base and mobile squad personnel. stations, this frequency may be as- (11) The maximum output power of signed to fixed stations on a secondary any transmitter authorized to operate basis to base or mobile stations. Upon on this frequency shall not exceed 10 a showing of need, the use of a second watts. frequency in the band 2505–3500 kHz (12) This frequency is available in may be made available to govern- this service only to persons eligible mental entities through appropriate under the provisions of paragraph arrangements with Federal Govern- (a)(2)(v) of this section for operation of ment agencies for restricted area use transmitters having a maximum power on a shared basis with maximum power output of three watts using A1A, A1D, output, emission, and hours of oper- A2B, A2D, F1B, F1D, F2B, F2D, G1B, ation determined on the basis of the G1D, G2B, or G2D emission. This fre- technical conditions involved in using quency is also available in the Indus- the selected frequency in the particular trial/Business Pool on a co-equal basis area. with the Public Safety licensees.

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(13) This frequency will be assigned this section on a co-equal basis with only for one-way paging communica- one-way paging users under § 90.487 tions to mobile receivers. Trans- prior to August 1, 1985, and on a pri- missions for the purpose of activating mary basis after August 1, 1985. Only or controlling remote objects on this A1A, A1D, A2B, A2D, F1B, F1D, F2B, frequency are not authorized. F2D, G1B, G1D, G2B, G2D emissions (14) The maximum output power of and power not exceeding 10 watts will any transmitter authorized to operate be authorized. Antennas having gain on this frequency, after June 1, 1956, greater than 0 dBd will not be author- shall not exceed two watts. Licensees ized. Transmissions shall not exceed holding a valid authorization as of two seconds duration. June 1, 1956, for base or mobile station (19) This frequency is reserved for as- operation on this frequency, with a signment to stations in this service for power in excess of two watts, may con- intersystem operations only and these tinue to be authorized for such oper- operations must be primarily base-mo- ation without regard to this power lim- bile communications. itation. (20) In the State of Alaska only, the (15) This frequency is reserved for as- frequency 45.90 MHz is available for as- signment to stations for intersystem signment on a primary basis to private operations only: Provided, however, land mobile radio stations utilizing That licensees holding a valid author- meteor burst communications. The fre- ization to use this frequency for local quency may be used by common carrier base or mobile operations as of June 1, stations for meteor burst communica- 1956, may continue to be authorized for tions on a secondary, noninterference such use. basis. Usage shall be in accordance (16) This frequency is reserved pri- with part 22 of this chapter and part 90. marily for assignment to state police Stations utilizing meteor burst com- licensees. Assignments to other police munications shall not cause harmful licensees will be made only where the interference to stations of other radio frequency is required for coordinated services operating in accordance with operation with the state police system the allocation table. to which the frequency is assigned. Any request for such assignment must (21) This frequency will be assigned be supported by a statement from the only in accordance with a geographical state police system concerned indicat- assignment plan and is reserved pri- ing that the assignment is necessary marily for assignment to Highway for coordination of police activities. maintenance systems operated by (17) In the State of Alaska only, the states. The use of this frequency by frequency 42.40 MHz is available for as- other Highway maintenance licensees signment on a primary basis to sta- will be authorized only where such use tions in the Common Carrier Rural is necessary to coordinate activities Radio Service utilizing meteor burst with the particular state to which the communications. The frequency may frequency is assigned. Any request for be used by private radio stations for such use must be supported by a state- meteor burst communications on a sec- ment from the state concerned. ondary, noninterference basis. Usage (22) Notwithstanding the provisions shall be in accordance with part 22 of of paragraph (d)(21) of this section, this this chapter or part 90. Stations utiliz- frequency may be used by any licensees ing meteor burst communications shall in the Public Safety Pool without a not cause harmful interference to sta- separate license for the purpose of op- tions of other radio services operating erating self-powered vehicle detectors in accordance with the allocation for traffic control and safety purposes, table. on a secondary basis, in accordance (18) No new licenses will be granted with § 90.269. for one-way paging under § 90.487 for (23) Thus frequency is reserved for as- use on this frequency after August 1, signment only to national organiza- 1980. This frequency is available to per- tions eligible for disaster relief oper- sons eligible for station licenses under ations under paragraph (a)(2)(vii) of the provisions of paragraph (a)(2)(v) of this section.

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(24) Assignment and use of fre- bile stations. The height of the an- quencies in the band 72–76 MHz are gov- tenna system may not exceed 15.24 me- erned by § 90.257 for operational-fixed ters (50 ft.) above ground. All such op- stations and by § 90.241 for emergency eration is on a secondary basis to adja- call box operations. Specific fre- cent channel land mobile operations. quencies are listed at § 90.257(a)(1). (33) For FM transmitters, the sum of (25) This frequency is available to the highest modulating frequency in Public Safety Pool licensees for fire Hertz and the amount of the frequency call box operations on a shared basis in deviation or swing in Hertz may not Industrial/Business Pool. All commu- exceed 2800 Hz and the maximum devi- nications on this frequency must be ation may not exceed 2.5 kHz. For AM conducted with persons or organiza- transmitters, the highest modulation tions charged with specific fire protec- frequency may not exceed 2000 Hz. The tion responsibility. All operations on carrier frequency must be maintained this frequency are subject to the provi- within .0005 percent of the center of the sions of § 90.257(b). frequency band, and the authorized (26) Assignment of frequencies in this bandwidth may not exceed 6 kHz. band are subject to the provisions of (34) This frequency is available on a § 90.173. Licensees as of August 18, 1995 shared basis with the Industrial/Busi- who operate systems in the 150–170 MHz ness Pool for remote control and te- band that are 2.5 kHz removed from lemetry operations. regularly assignable frequencies may (35) Operational fixed stations must continue to operate on a secondary, employ directional antennas having a non-interference basis after August 1, front-to-back ratio of at least 20 dB. 2003. Omnidirectional antennas having unity (27) This frequency will be assigned gain may be employed for stations with an authorized bandwidth not to communicating with at least three re- exceed 11.25 kHz. In the 450–470 MHz ceiving locations separated by 160 de- band, secondary telemetry operations grees of azimuth. pursuant to § 90.238(e) will be author- (36) The maximum power output of ized on this frequency. the transmitter may not exceed 50 (28) This frequency is not available watts for fixed stations and 1 watt for for assignment in this service in Puer- mobile stations. A1A, A1D, A2B, A2D, to Rico or the Virgin Islands. F1B, F1D, F2D, G1B, G1D, G2B, or G2D (29) This frequency is removed by 22.5 emission may be authorized. kHz from frequencies assigned to other (37) Use of this frequency is limited radio services. Utilization of this fre- to stations located at least 120.7 km (75 quency may result in, as well as be sub- miles) from the center of any urbanized ject to, interference under certain op- area of 200,000 or more population (U.S. erating conditions. In considering the Census of Population 1970). Operation use of this frequency, adjacent channel is on a secondary basis to licensees of operations should be taken into consid- the Industrial/Business Pool. eration. If interference occurs, the li- (38) A licensee regularly conducting censee may be required to take the two-way communications operations necessary steps to resolve the problem. on this frequency may, on a secondary See § 90.173(b). basis, also transmit one-way alert-pag- (30) This frequency will be authorized ing signals to ambulance and rescue a channel bandwidth of 25 kHz. squad personnel. (31) The maximum output power of (39) In addition to other authorized any transmitter authorized to operate uses, the use of F1B, F1D, F2B or F2D on this frequency shall not exceed 100 emission is permitted on this frequency watts. Stations authorized prior to for the operation of biomedical telem- July 15, 1992 for fixed operations will be etry systems except in the following permitted to continue such operations, geographic locations: but at a maximum transmitter power (i) New York, N.Y.-Northeastern New output of 10 watts. Jersey; Los Angeles-Long Beach, Calif.; (32) The maximum effective radiated Chicago, Ill.-Northwestern Indiana; power (ERP) may not exceed 20 watts Philadelphia, Pa.-N.J.; Detroit, Mich.; for fixed stations and 2 watts for mo- San Francisco-Oakland, Calif.; Boston,

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Mass.; Washington, D.C.-Md.-Va.; only at points within 240 km. (150 mi.) Cleveland, Ohio; St. Louis, Mo.-Ill.; of New York, N.Y. Pittsburgh, Pa.; Minneapolis-St. Paul, (48) Frequencies in this band will be Minn.; Houston, Tex.; Baltimore, Md.; assigned for low power wireless micro- Dallas, Tex.; Milwaukee, Wis.; Seattle- phones in accordance with the provi- Everett, Wash.; Miami, Fla.; San sions of § 90.265. Diego, Calif.; Atlanta, Ga.; Cincinnati, (49) This frequency will be assigned Ohio-Ky.; Kansas City, Mo.-Kans.; Buf- only to licensees directly responsible falo, N.Y.; Denver, Colo.; San Jose, for the prevention, detection, and sup- Calif.; New Orleans, La.; Phoenix, pression of forest fires, on a secondary Ariz.; Portland, Oreg.-Wash.; Indianap- basis to any U.S. Government station. olis, Ind.; Providence-Pawtucket-War- (50) This frequency will be assigned wick, R.I.-Mass.; Columbus, Ohio; San for use only in areas west of the Mis- Antonio, Tex.; Louisville, Ky.-Ind.; sissippi River. Dayton, Ohio; Forth Worth, Tex.; Nor- (51) This frequency will be assigned folk-Portsmouth, Va.; Memphis, Tenn.- for use only in areas east of the Mis- Miss.; Sacramento, Calif.; Fort Lauder- sissippi. dale-Hollywood, Fla.; Rochester, N.Y.; (52) In addition to agencies respon- Tampa-St. Petersburg, Fla; sible for forest fire prevention, detec- (ii) The continuous carrier mode of tion, and suppression, this frequency operation may be used for telemetry may be assigned to conservation agen- transmissions on this frequency for pe- cies which do not have forest fire re- riods up to two-minutes duration; fol- sponsibilities on a secondary basis to lowing which there must be a break in any U.S. Government stations, Pro- the carrier for at least a one-minute vided, That such assignment is nec- period; and essary to permit mobile relay oper- (iii) Geographical coordinates for the ation by such agencies. above-listed urbanized areas may be (53) This frequency is subject to the found at Table 1 of § 90.635. provisions of paragraph (e)(6) of this (40) This frequency may be des- section. ignated by common consent as an (54) For FM transmitters, the sum of intersystem mutual assistance fre- the highest modulating frequency in quency under an area-wide medical hertz and the amount of the frequency communications plan. deviation or swing in hertz may not ex- ceed 1700 Hz and the maximum devi- (41) This frequency is available na- ation may not exceed 1.2 kHz. For AM tionwide for use in police emergency transmitters, the highest modulating communications networks operated frequency may not exceed 1200 Hz. The under statewide law enforcement emer- carrier frequency must be maintained gency communications plans. within .0005 percent of the center of the (42) This frequency may not be as- frequency band, and the authorized signed within 161 km (100 miles) of New bandwidth may not exceed 3 kHz. Orleans (coordinates 29°56′53″ N and (55) Subpart T of this part contains 90°04′10″ W). rules for assignment of frequencies in (43) This frequency is reserved for as- the 220–222 MHz band. signment for use in highway mainte- (56) The frequencies available for use nance systems operated by licenses at fixed stations in this band and the other than States. requirements for assignment are set (44) This frequency will be assigned forth in § 90.261. Operation on these fre- with an authorized bandwidth not to quencies is secondary to stations in the exceed 6 kHz. Industrial/Business Pool where they (45) Operations on this frequency are are assigned for land mobile oper- limited to 30 watts transmitter output ations. power. (57) This frequency is available for (46) This frequency is shared with the systems first licensed prior to August Industrial/Business Pool in Puerto Rico 18, 1995. No new systems will be author- and the Virgin Islands. ized after August 18, 1995, but prior au- (47) This frequency may be assigned thorized systems may be modified, ex- to stations in the Public Safety Pool, panded, and renewed.

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(58) This frequency is available for § 90.20(a)(1)(iii) or § 90.20(a)(2)(xiii) sub- systems first licensed prior to March ject to the following: 31, 1980, for radio call box communica- (i) For uniformity in usage, these fre- tions related to safety on highways in quency pairs may be referred to by accordance with the provisions of channel name as follows: § 90.241(c). No new systems will be au- Frequencies base and mobile Mobile only Channel thorized of this nature, but systems au- (megahertz) (MHz) name thorized prior to March 31, 1980 may be modified, expanded, and renewed. 463.000 ...... 468.000 MED±1 463.00625 ...... 468.00625 MED±11 (59) The continuous carrier mode of 463.0125 ...... 468.0125 MED±12 operation may be used for telemetry 463.01875 ...... 468.01875 MED±13 transmission on this frequency. 463.025 ...... 468.025 MED±2 463.03125 ...... 468.03125 MED±21 (60) Paging licensees as of March 20, 463.0375 ...... 468.0375 MED±22 1991, may continue to operate on a pri- 463.04375 ...... 468.04375 MED±23 mary basis until January 14, 1998. 463.050 ...... 468.050 MED±3 463.05625 ...... 468.05625 MED±31 (61) Highway radio call box oper- 463.0625 ...... 468.0625 MED±32 ations first licensed prior to March 31, 463.06875 ...... 468.06875 MED±33 1980 on this frequency may continue to 46.075 ...... 46.075 MED±4 463.08125 ...... 468.08125 MED±41 operate in accordance with paragraph 463.0875 ...... 468.0875 MED±42 (d)(58) of this section. 463.09375 ...... 468.09375 MED±43 (62) This frequency is also authorized 463.100 ...... 468.100 MED±5 463.10625 ...... 468.10625 MED±51 for use for operations in biomedical te- 463.1125 ...... 468.1125 MED±52 lemetry stations. FIB, FID, F2B, F2D, 463.11875 ...... 468.11875 MED±53 F3E, G1B, G1D, G2B, G2D, and G3E 463.125 ...... 468.125 MED±6 463.13125 ...... 468.13125 MED±61 emissions may be authorized for bio- 463.1375 ...... 468.1375 MED±62 medical transmissions. 463.14375 ...... 468.14375 MED±63 (63) Available for medical services 463.150 ...... 468.150 MED±7 mobile operations in the Public Safety 463.15625 ...... 468.15625 MED±71 463.1625 ...... 468.1625 MED±72 Pool in accordance with paragraph 463.16875 ...... 468.16875 MED±73 (d)(61) of this section. 463.175 ...... 468.175 MED±8 (64) Use of this frequency is on a sec- 463.18125 ...... 468.18125 MED±81 463.1875 ...... 468.1875 MED±82 ondary basis and subject to the provi- 463.19375 ...... 468.19375 MED±83 sions of § 90.267 (a)(3), (a)(4), (a)(5), and (a)(7). (ii) Except as provided in paragraphs (65) This frequency is primarily au- (d)(66) (iii) and (iv) of this section, mo- thorized for use in the dispatch of med- bile or portable stations must employ ical care vehicles and personnel for the equipment that is both wired and rendition or delivery of medical serv- equipped to transmit/receive, respec- ices. This frequency may also be as- tively, on each of these MED frequency signed for intra-system and inter-sys- pairs with transmitters operated on tem mutual assistance purposes. For the 468 MHz frequencies. uniformity in usage these frequency (iii) Portable (hand-held) units oper- pairs may be referred to by channel ated with a maximum output power of name as follows: 2.5 watts are exempted from the multi- channel equipment requirements speci- Frequencies base and mobile Mobile only Channel (megahertz) (MHz) name fied in paragraph (d)(66)(ii) of this sec- tion. 462.950 ...... 467.950 MED±9 (iv) Stations located in areas above 462.95625 ...... 467.95625 MED±91 462.9625 ...... 467.9625 MED±92 line A, as defined in § 90.7 will be re- 462.96875 ...... 467.96875 MED±93 quired to meet multi-channel equip- 462.975 ...... 467.975 MED±10 ment requirements only for those fre- 462.98125 ...... 467.98125 MED±101 462.9875 ...... 467.9875 MED±102 quencies up to the number specified in 462.99375 ...... 467.99375 MED±103 paragraph (d)(66)(ii) of this section that have been assigned and coordinated (66) For applications for new radio with Canada in accordance with the ap- systems, the thirty-two frequency plicable U.S.-Canada agreement. pairs listed in paragraph (d)(66)(i) of (67) This frequency is authorized for this section will be assigned in a block use only for operations in biomedical for shared operation under telemetry stations. F1B, F1D, F2B,

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F2D, F3E, G1B, G1D, G2B, G2D and G3E sions of (§ 90.47) and that the isolated emissions may be authorized. Entities area involved is an island or other loca- eligible in the Public Safety Pool may tion not more than 480 km (300 statute use this frequency on a secondary basis miles) removed from the desired; for any other permissible communica- (ii) That evidence is submitted show- tions consistent with § 90.20(a)(1)(iii) or ing that an arrangement has been § 90.20(a)(2)(xiii). made with the coast station licensee (68) Subpart L of this part contains for the handling of emergency commu- rules for assignment of frequencies in nications permitted by § 80.453 of this the 470–512 MHz band. chapter and § 90.20(a)(2)(x)(C); and (69) Subpart S of this part contains (iii) That operation of the Public rules for assignment of frequencies in Safety fixed station shall at no time the 806–824 MHz and 851–869 MHz bands. conflict with any provision of part 80 of (70) Assignment of frequencies above this chapter and further, that such op- 928 MHz for operational-fixed stations eration in general shall conform to the is governed by part 94 of this chapter. practices employed by Public Ship Sta- (71) Frequencies in this band are tions for radiotelephone communica- available only for one-way paging oper- tion with the same Public Coast Sta- ations in accordance with § 90.494. tion. (72) This frequency band is available (76) This frequency is authorized only to stations in this service subject to for communications between medical the provisions of § 90.259. facilities vehicles and personnel relat- (73) Available only on a shared basis ed to medical supervision and instruc- with stations in other services, and tion for the treatment and transport of subject to no protection from inter- patients in the rendition or delivery of ference due to the operation of indus- medical services. F1B, F1D, F2B, F2D, trial, scientific, or medical (ISM) de- G1B, G1D, G2B, F3E and G3E emissions vices. In the 2483.5–2500 MHz band, no are authorized. Public Safety entities applications for new stations or modi- may use this frequency on a secondary fication to existing stations to increase basis for any other permissible commu- the number of transmitters will be ac- nications consistent with cepted. Existing licensees as of July 25, § 90.20(a)(1)(iii) or § 90.20(a)(2)(xiii). 1985, or on a subsequent date following (e) Additional frequencies available. In as a result of submitting an application addition to the frequencies shown in for license on or before July 25, 1985, the frequency table of this section, the are grandfathered and their operation following frequencies are available in is co-primary with the Radiodetermin- this service. (See also § 90.253.) ation Satellite Service. (1) Substitution of frequencies avail- (74) This band is available for Digital able below 25 MHz may be made in ac- Termination Systems and for associ- cordance with the provisions of § 90.263. ated internodal links in the Point-to- (2) Frequencies in the band 73.0–74.6 Point Microwave Radio Service. No MHz may be assigned to stations au- new licenses will be issued under this thorized their use on or before Decem- subpart but current licenses will be re- ber 1, 1961, but no new stations will be newed. authorized in this band, nor will expan- (75) Appropriate frequencies in the sion of existing systems be permitted. band 2000–3000 kHz which are des- See also § 90.257. ignated in part 80 of this chapter as (3) The frequency bands 31.99 to 32.00 available to Public Ship Stations for MHz, 33.00 to 33.01 MHz, 33.99 to 34.00 telephone communications with Public MHz, 37.93 to 38.00 MHz, 39.00 to 39.01 Coast Stations may be assigned on a MHz, 39.99 to 40.00 MHz and 42.00 to secondary basis to fixed Stations in the 42.01 MHz, are available for assignment Public Safety Pool for communication for developmental operation subject to with Public Coast Stations only, pro- the provisions of subpart Q of this part. vided such stations are located in the (4) Frequencies in the 421–430 MHz United States and the following condi- band are available in the Detroit, tions are met: Cleveland, and Buffalo areas in accord- (i) That such fixed station is estab- ance with the rules in §§ 90.273 through lished pursuant to the eligibility provi- 90.281.

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(5) A Police licensee may use trans- (v) The transmitter output power mitters on the frequencies indicated shall not exceed a mean power of 30 below in connection with official police mW nor shall any peak exceed 1 watt activities without specific authoriza- peak power, as measured into a 50 ohm tion from the Commission, provided resistive load. Should the transmitter that such use shall be on a secondary be supplied with a permanently at- basis and shall not cause harmful in- tached antenna or should the transmit- terference to services of other licensees ter and antenna combination be con- operating on regularly assigned fre- tained in a sealed unit, the following quencies, and further provided that all standard may be used in lieu of the such use complies with the require- above: the field strength of the fun- ments of Federal, State and local laws. damental signal of the transmitter and The provisions of § 90.429 shall not antenna combination shall not exceed apply to transmitters authorized under 0.4 V/m mean or 2.3 V/m peak when this paragraph. To be eligible for oper- measured at a distance of 3 meters. ations in this manner, the transmitter (vi) The transmitter shall contain must comply with all of the following positive means to limit the trans- requirements. mission time to no more than 10 days. (i) In accordance with § 90.203 and In the event of a malfunction of this § 2.803 of this chapter, the transmitter positive means, the transmitter signal must be of a type which has been type shall cease. The use of battery life to accepted by the Commission. accomplish the transmission time limi- (ii) The carrier frequency shall be tation is permissible. within the bands listed below and must (6) The frequency 173.075 MHz is be maintained within 0.005 percent of available for stolen vehicle recovery the frequency of operation. Use on as- systems on a shared basis with the signed channel center frequencies is Federal Government. Stolen vehicle re- not required. covery systems are limited to recover- 30.85–30.87 MHz 31.97–32.00 MHz ing stolen vehicles and are not author- 30.89–30.91 MHz 33.00–33.03 MHz ized for general purpose vehicle track- 30.93–30.95 MHz 33.05–33.07 MHz ing or monitoring. Mobile transmitters 30.97–30.99 MHz 33.41–34.00 MHz operating on this frequency are limited 31.01–31.03 MHz 37.00–37.43 MHz 31.05–31.07 MHz 37.89–38.00 MHz to 2.5 watts power output and base 31.09–31.11 MHz 39.00–40.00 MHz transmitters are limited 300 watts 31.13–31.15 MHz 42.00–42.91 MHz ERP. F1D and F2D emissions may be 31.17–31.19 MHz 44.61–45.91 MHz used within a maximum authorized 20 31.21–31.23 MHz 45.93–45.95 MHz kHz bandwidth. Transmissions from 31.25–31.27 MHz 45.97–45.99 MHz mobiles shall be limited to 200 milli- 31.29–31.31 MHz 46.01–46.03 MHz seconds every 10 seconds, except that 31.33–31.35 MHz 46.05–46.60 MHz 31.37–31.39 MHz 47.00–47.41 MHz when a vehicle is being tracked ac- 31.41–31.43 MHz 150.995–151.490 MHz tively, transmissions may be increased 31.45–31.47 MHz 153.740–154.445 MHz to 200 milliseconds every second. 31.49–31.51 MHz 154.635–155.195 MHz Transmissions from base stations will 31.53–31.55 MHz 155.415–156.250 MHz be limited to a total time of 1 second 31.57–31.59 MHz 158.715–159.465 MHz every minute. Applications for base 31.61–31.63 MHz 453.0125–453.9875 MHz stations operating on this frequency 31.65–31.67 MHz 458.0125–458.9875 MHz 31.69–31.71 MHz 460.0125–460.5125 MHz shall require coordination with the 31.73–31.75 MHz 460.5625–460.6375 MHz Federal Government. Applicants shall 31.77–31.79 MHz 462.9375–462.9875 MHz perform an analysis for each base sta- 31.81–31.83 MHz 465.0125–465.5125 MHz tion located within 169 km (105 miles) 31.85–31.87 MHz 465.5625–465.6375 MHz of a TV channel 7 transmitter of poten- 31.89–31.91 MHz 467.9375–467.9875 MHz tial interference to TV channel 7 view- 31.93–31.95 MHz ers. Such stations will be authorized if (iii) The emitted signal shall be non- the applicant has limited the inter- voice modulation (type PO emission). ference contour to fewer than 100 resi- (iv) The maximum occupied band- dences or if the applicant: width, containing 99 percent of the ra- (i) Shows that the proposed site is diated power, shall not exceed 2.0 kHz. the only suitable location;

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(ii) Develops a plan to control any in- in paragraph (c)(3) of this section, for terference caused to TV reception from communications in connection with the operations; and physical surveillance, stakeouts, raids, (iii) Agrees to make such adjust- and other such activities. Such use ments in the TV receivers affected as shall be on a secondary basis to oper- may be necessary to eliminate inter- ations of licensees regularly authorized ference caused by its operations. The on the assigned frequencies. The maxi- licensee must eliminate any inter- mum output power that may be used ference caused by its operation to TV for such communications is 2 watts. channel 7 reception within 30 days of Transmitters, operating under this pro- the time it is notified in writing by the vision of the rules, shall be exempted Commission. If this interference is not from the station identification require- removed within the 30-day period, oper- ments of § 90.425. Use of frequencies not ation of the base station must be dis- designated by a ‘‘PP’’ in the coordina- continued. The licensee is expected to tor column of the frequency table in help resolve all complaints of inter- paragraph (c)(3) of this section, is con- ference. ditional on the approval of the coordi- (f) Limitation on number of frequencies assignable. Normally only two fre- nator corresponding to each frequency. quencies or pairs of frequencies in the Spread spectrum transmitters may be paired frequency mode of operation operated on Public Safety Pool fre- will be assigned for mobile service op- quencies between 37 and 952 MHz, pro- erations by a single applicant in a viding that they are type accepted by given area. The assignment of an addi- the Commission under the provisions of tional frequency or pair of frequencies § 2.803 of this chapter and § 90.203, and will be made only upon a satisfactory meet the following conditions: showing of need, except that: (i) Frequency hopping transmitters (1) Additional frequencies above 25 can be operated, with a maximum out- MHz may be assigned in connection put power of 2 watts, on any Public with the operation of mobile repeaters Safety Pool frequency between 37 and in accordance with § 90.247 notwith- 952 MHz listed in paragraph (c)(3) of standing this limitation; this section. At least 20 hopping fre- (2) The frequency 39.06 MHz may be quencies shall be used and the average assigned notwithstanding this limita- time of occupancy on any frequency tion; shall not be greater than 1⁄10 second in (3) Frequencies in the 25–50 MHz, 150– every 2 seconds; 170 MHz, 450–512 MHz and 902–928 MHz (ii) Use of spread spectrum transmit- bands may be assigned for the oper- ters under paragraph (f)(4) of this sec- ation of Location and Monitoring Serv- tion is subject to approval by the appli- ice (LMS) systems in accordance with cable frequency coordinator of the the provisions of subpart M of this radio services of the district in which part, notwithstanding this limitation; the license and equipment are to be (4) A licensee of a radio station in the used; and Public Safety Radio Pool may operate radio units for the purpose of determin- (iii) The use of direct sequence spread ing distance, direction, speed, or posi- spectrum equipment is also permitted. tion by means of a radiolocation device Equipment must meet the technical on any frequency available for radio- standards of § 15.247 of this chapter. location purposes without specific au- (6) In addition to the frequencies as- thorization from the Commission, pro- signed for mobile service operation, vided type accepted equipment or one base station frequency above 152 equipment authorized pursuant to MHz may be assigned as a common fre- §§ 90.203(b)(4) and (5) is used and all quency to all licensees in a particular other rule requirements are satisfied; area to permit intersystem commu- and nication between base stations or mo- (5) A Police licensee may use, with- bile stations or both. This frequency out special authorization from the use will not be authorized in any area Commission, any mobile service fre- where all available frequencies are re- quency between 40 and 952 MHz, listed quired for independent systems.

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(7) A licensee may use, without a spe- 1.28 V/m peak when measured at a dis- cific authorization from the Commis- tance of 3 meters. sion, transmitters on the frequencies (v) The requirements of § 90.175 re- indicated below in connection with garding frequency coordination apply. wildlife tracking and/or telemetry and (8) An additional frequency may be in connection with official forestry- assigned for paging operations from conservation activities, provided that those frequencies available under para- such use shall be on a secondary basis graph (d)(13) of this section. and shall not cause harmful inter- (9) The frequency 155.340 MHz may be ference to services of other licensees assigned as an additional frequency operating on regularly assigned fre- when it is designated as a mutual as- quencies. The provisions of § 90.203, sistance frequency as provided in para- § 90.425, and § 90.429 shall not apply to graph (d)(40) of this section. transmitters complying with this para- (10) Additional frequencies may be graph. To be eligible for operations in assigned for fixed station operations. this manner, the transmitter must (11) The assignment of an additional comply with all of the following re- frequency or frequencies may be au- quirements. thorized notwithstanding this limita- (i) The carrier frequency shall be tion for common, intra-county, intra- within the bands listed below. The car- fire-district, or intrastate fire coordi- rier frequency must be maintained nation operations. The frequency or within 0.005 percent of the frequency of frequencies requested must be in ac- operation. cordance with a frequency utilization Use on assigned channel center fre- plan, for the area involved, on file with quencies is not required. the Commission.

(MHZ) § 90.22 Paging operations. 31.17 to 31.19 31.85 to 31.87 Paging operations may be authorized 31.21 to 31.23 31.89 to 31.91 in this service only on frequencies as- 31.25 to 31.27 31.93 to 31.95 signed under the provisions of §§ 90.20(d) 31.29 to 31.31 31.97 to 31.99 (10), (13), (60), and (72). Paging oper- 31.33 to 31.35 44.63 to 44.65 ations on other frequencies authorized 31.37 to 31.39 44.67 to 44.69 before August 15, 1974, may be contin- 31.41 to 31.43 44.71 to 44.73 ued only if they do not cause harmful 31.45 to 31.47 44.75 to 44.77 interference to regular operations on 31.49 to 31.51 44.79 to 44.81 31.53 to 31.55 44.83 to 44.85 the same frequencies. Such paging op- 31.57 to 31.59 44.87 to 44.89 erations may be renewed indefinitely 31.61 to 31.63 44.91 to 44.93 on a secondary basis to regular oper- 31.65 to 31.67 44.95 to 44.97 ations, except within 125 kilometers (75 31.69 to 31.71 44.99 to 45.01 mi.) of the following urbanized areas: 31.73 to 31.75 45.03 to 45.05 31.77 to 31.79 151.145 to 151.475 Urbanized area North West 31.81 to 31.83 159.225 to 159.465 latitude longitude (ii) The emitted signal shall be non- New York, NY-Northeastern NJ .... 40±45±06 73±59±39 Los Angeles-Long Beach, CA ...... 34±03±15 118±14±28 voice modulation (A1D, A2D, F1D, or Chicago, IL ...... 41±52±28 87±38±22 F2D emission). Philadelphia, PA±NJ ...... 39±56±58 75±09±21 (iii) The maximum occupied band- Detroit, MI ...... 42±19±48 83±02±57 San Francisco-Oakland, CA ...... 37±46±39 122±24±40 width, containing 99 percent of the ra- Boston, MA ...... 42±21±24 71±03±25 diated power, shall not exceed 0.25 kHz. Washington, DC±MD±VA ...... 38±53±51 77±00±33 (iv) The transmitter output power Cleveland, OH ...... 41±29±51 81±41±50 St Louis, MO±IL ...... 38±37±45 90±12±22 shall not exceed a mean power of 5 mW Pittsburgh, PA ...... 40±26±19 80±00±00 nor shall any peak exceed 100 mW peak Minneapolis-St Paul, MN ...... 44±58±57 93±15±43 power, as measured into a permanently Houston, TX ...... 29±45±26 95±21±37 attached antenna; or if the transmitter Baltimore, MD ...... 39±17±26 76±36±45 Dallas, TX ...... 32±47±09 96±47±37 and antenna combination are con- Milwaukee, WI ...... 43±02±19 87±54±15 tained in a sealed unit, the field Seattle-Everett, WA ...... 47±36±32 122±20±12 strength of the fundamental signal of Miami, FL ...... 25±46±37 80±11±32 San Diego, CA ...... 32±42±53 117±09±21 the transmitter and antenna combina- Atlanta, GA ...... 33±45±10 84±23±37 tion shall not exceed 0.29 V/m mean or Cincinnati, OH±KY ...... 39±06±07 84±30±35

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North West nications essential to the official fire activi- Urbanized area latitude longitude ties of the licensee; or (2) Persons or organizations charged with Kansas City, MO±KS ...... 39±04±56 94±35±20 specific forestry-conservation activities for Buffalo, NY ...... 42±52±52 78±52±21 Denver, CO ...... 39±44±58 104±59±22 communications essential to the official for- San Jose, CA ...... 37±20±16 121±53±24 estry-conservation activities of the licensee. Tampa-St Petersburg, FL ...... 27±51±48 82±33±11 (b) Frequencies available. The following Phoenix, AZ ...... 33±41±10 111±31±15 table indicates frequencies available for as- signment to stations in the Local Govern- EFFECTIVE DATE NOTE: At 62 FR 18845, Apr. ment Radio Service, together with the class 17, 1997, subpart B, formerly consisting of of station(s) to which they are normally as- §§ 90.15—90.27, was revised, effective Oct. 17, signed and the specific assignment limita- 1997. For the convenience of the user, the su- tions which are explained in paragraph (c) of perseded text is set forth as follows: this section. Subpart B—Public Safety Radio Services LOCAL GOVERNMENT RADIO SERVICE FREQUENCY TABLE Limita- § 90.15 Scope. Frequency or band Class of station(s) tions

The Public Safety Radio Services include Kilohertz the Local Government, Police, Fire, High- way Maintenance and Forestry-Conservation 530 ...... Base (T.I.S.) ...... 23 1610 ...... do ...... 23 Radio Services. Rules as to eligibility for li- 2726 ...... Base or mobile ...... 1 censing, frequencies available, and any spe- 2000 to 10,000 ...... Fixed, base or mobile ...... 25

cial requirements as to each of these radio Megahertz services are set forth in the following sec- tions. 37.10 ...... Base or mobile ...... 2 37.18 ...... do ...... 2 37.26 ...... do ...... 2 § 90.16 Public Safety National Plan. 39.06 ...... Mobile ...... 2, 3 The Commission has established a Na- 39.10 ...... Base or mobile ...... 2 39.18 ...... do ...... 2 tional Plan which specifies special policies 39.50 ...... do ...... 2 and procedures governing the Public Safety 39.58 ...... do ...... 2 Radio Services and the Special Emergency 39.82 ...... do ...... 2 39.90 ...... do ...... 2 Radio Service. The National Plan is con- 39.98 ...... do ...... 2 tained in the Report and Order in General 45.08 ...... do ...... Docket No. 87–112. The principal spectrum 45.12 ...... do ...... 45.16 ...... do ...... resource for the National Plan is the 821–824 45.20 ...... do ...... MHz and the 866–869 MHz bands. The Na- 45.24 ...... do ...... 45.28 ...... do ...... tional plan establishes planning regions cov- 45.32 ...... do ...... ering all parts of the United States, Puerto 45.36 ...... do ...... Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. No assign- 45.40 ...... do ...... 45.44 ...... do ...... ments will be made in the 821–824 MHz and 45.48 ...... do ...... 866–869 MHz bands until a regional plan for 45.52 ...... do ...... the area has been accepted by the Commis- 45.56 ...... do ...... 45.60 ...... do ...... sion. 45.64 ...... do ...... 46.52 ...... do ...... [53 FR 1023, Jan. 15, 1988] 46.54 ...... do ...... 46.56 ...... do ...... § 90.17 Local Government Radio Service. 46.58 ...... do ...... 72.00 to 76.00 ...... Operational fixed ...... 6 (a) Eligibility. Any territory, possession, 150 to 170 ...... Base or mobile ...... 29, 31 state, city, county, town or similar govern- 153.740 ...... Mobile ...... mental entity, including a district and an 153.7475 ...... do ...... 24 153.755 ...... do ...... authority, but not including a school district 153.7625 ...... do ...... 24 or authority or a park district or authority 153.785 ...... do ...... 153.7925 ...... do ...... 24 except as provided for in § 90.242, is eligible to 153.800 ...... do ...... hold authorizations in the Local Government 153.8075 ...... do ...... 24 Radio Service to operate radio stations for 153.815 ...... do ...... 153.8225 ...... do ...... 24 transmission of communications essential to 153.845 ...... do ...... official activities of the licensee. Addition- 153.8525 ...... do ...... 24 ally, the following non-governmental enti- 153.860 ...... do ...... 153.8675 ...... do ...... 24 ties are eligible to hold authorizations in the 153.875 ...... do ...... Local Government Radio Service, provided 153.8825 ...... do ...... 24 that their applications are accompanied by a 153.905 ...... do ...... 153.9125 ...... do ...... 24 statement from the governmental entity 153.920 ...... do ...... having legal jurisdiction over the area to be 153.9275 ...... do ...... 24 served, supporting the request: 153.935 ...... do ...... 153.9425 ...... do ...... 24 (1) Persons or organizations charged with 153.965 ...... do ...... specific fire protection activities for commu- 153.9725 ...... do ...... 24

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153.980 ...... do ...... 158.8125 ...... do ...... 24 153.9875 ...... do ...... 24 158.820 ...... do ...... 153.995 ...... do ...... 158.8275 ...... do ...... 24 154.0025 ...... do ...... 24 158.835 ...... do ...... 154.025 ...... Base or mobile ...... 158.8425 ...... do ...... 24 154.0325 ...... do ...... 24 158.865 ...... Mobile ...... 154.040 ...... do ...... 5 158.8725 ...... do ...... 24 154.0475 ...... do ...... 5, 24 158.880 ...... do ...... 154.055 ...... do ...... 5 158.8875 ...... do ...... 24 154.0625 ...... do ...... 5, 24 158.895 ...... do ...... 154.085 ...... do ...... 5 158.9025 ...... do ...... 24 154.0925 ...... do ...... 5, 24 158.925 ...... do ...... 154.100 ...... do ...... 5 158.9325 ...... do ...... 24 154.1075 ...... do ...... 5, 24 158.940 ...... do ...... 154.115 ...... do ...... 5 158.9475 ...... do ...... 24 154.1225 ...... do ...... 5, 24 158.955 ...... do ...... 154.45625 ...... Fixed or mobile ...... 9, 20, 21, 158.9625 ...... do ...... 24 22 169±172 ...... do ...... 27 154.46375 ...... do ...... 7, 19, 20, 173.20375 ...... Fixed or mobile ...... 7, 20, 21, 21, 22 22 154.47125 ...... do ...... 7, 20, 21, 173.2100 ...... do ...... 7, 8, 21, 22 22 154.47875 ...... do ...... 19, 20, 173.2375 ...... do ...... 9, 20, 21, 21, 22 22 154.965 ...... Base or mobile ...... 173.2625 ...... do ...... 9, 20, 21, 154.9725 ...... do ...... 24 22 154.980 ...... do ...... 173.2875 ...... do ...... 9, 20, 21, 154.9875 ...... do ...... 24 22 154.995 ...... do ...... 173.3125 ...... do ...... 9, 20, 21, 155.0025 ...... do ...... 24 22 155.025 ...... do ...... 173.3375 ...... do ...... 9, 20, 21, 155.0325 ...... do ...... 24 22 155.040 ...... do ...... 173.3625 ...... do ...... 9, 20, 21, 155.0475 ...... do ...... 24 22 155.055 ...... do ...... 173.3900 ...... do ...... 7, 8, 21, 155.0625 ...... do ...... 24 22 155.085 ...... do ...... 173.39625 ...... do ...... 7, 20, 21, 155.0925 ...... do ...... 24 22 155.100 ...... do ...... 220 to 222 ...... Base and mobile ...... 4 155.1075 ...... do ...... 24 450 to 470 ...... Fixed, base, or mobile ...... 10, 29 155.115 ...... do ...... 453.0125 ...... Mobile ...... 30 155.1225 ...... do ...... 24 453.025 ...... Central control, fixed ...... 11 155.145 ...... do ...... 453.0375 ...... Base or mobile ...... 24 155.1525 ...... do ...... 24 453.050 ...... do ...... 12 155.715 ...... do ...... 453.05625 ...... do ...... 12, 28 155.7225 ...... do ...... 24 453.06250 ...... do ...... 12, 24 155.745 ...... do ...... 453.06875 ...... do ...... 12, 28 155.7525 ...... do ...... 24 453.075 ...... Central control, fixed ...... 11 155.760 ...... do ...... 453.0875 ...... Base or mobile ...... 24 155.7675 ...... do ...... 24 453.100 ...... do ...... 12 155.775 ...... do ...... 453.10625 ...... do ...... 12, 28 155.7825 ...... do ...... 24 453.11250 ...... do ...... 12, 24 155.805 ...... do ...... 453.11875 ...... do ...... 12, 28 155.8125 ...... do ...... 24 453.125 ...... Central control, fixed ...... 11 155.820 ...... do ...... 453.1375 ...... Base or mobile ...... 24 155.8275 ...... do ...... 24 453.150 ...... do ...... 12 155.835 ...... do ...... 453.15625 ...... do ...... 12, 28 155.8425 ...... do ...... 24 453.16250 ...... do ...... 12, 24 155.865 ...... do ...... 453.16875 ...... do ...... 12, 28 155.8725 ...... do ...... 24 453.175 ...... Central control, fixed ...... 11 155.880 ...... do ...... 453.1875 ...... Base or mobile ...... 24 155.8875 ...... do ...... 24 453.200 ...... do ...... 12 155.895 ...... do ...... 453.20625 ...... do ...... 12, 28 155.9025 ...... do ...... 24 453.21250 ...... do ...... 12, 24 155.925 ...... do ...... 453.21875 ...... do ...... 12, 28 155.9325 ...... do ...... 24 453.225 ...... do ...... 155.940 ...... do ...... 453.23125 ...... do ...... 28 155.9475 ...... do ...... 24 453.23750 ...... do ...... 24 155.955 ...... do ...... 453.24375 ...... do ...... 28 155.9625 ...... do ...... 24 453.250 ...... do ...... 12 155.985 ...... Mobile ...... 453.25625 ...... do ...... 12, 28 155.9925 ...... do ...... 24 453.26250 ...... do ...... 12, 24 156.000 ...... do ...... 453.26875 ...... do ...... 12, 28 156.0075 ...... do ...... 24 453.275 ...... do ...... 156.015 ...... do ...... 453.28125 ...... do ...... 28 156.0225 ...... do ...... 24 453.28750 ...... do ...... 24 158.745 ...... Base and mobile ...... 453.29375 ...... do ...... 28 158.7525 ...... do ...... 24 453.300 ...... do ...... 12 158.760 ...... do ...... 453.30625 ...... do ...... 12, 28 158.7675 ...... do ...... 24 453.31250 ...... do ...... 12, 24 158.775 ...... do ...... 453.31875 ...... do ...... 12, 28 158.7825 ...... do ...... 24 453.325 ...... do ...... 158.805 ...... do ...... 453.33125 ...... do ...... 28

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453.33750 ...... do ...... 24 453.85625 ...... do ...... 12, 28 453.34375 ...... do ...... 28 453.86250 ...... do ...... 12, 24 453.350 ...... do ...... 12 453.86875 ...... do ...... 12, 28 453.35625 ...... do ...... 12, 28 453.875 ...... do ...... 453.36250 ...... do ...... 12, 24 453.88125 ...... do ...... 28 453.36875 ...... do ...... 12, 28 453.88750 ...... do ...... 24 453.375 ...... do ...... 453.89375 ...... do ...... 28 453.38125 ...... do ...... 28 453.900 ...... do ...... 12 453.38750 ...... do ...... 24 453.90625 ...... do ...... 12, 28 453.39375 ...... do ...... 28 453.91250 ...... do ...... 12, 24 453.400 ...... do ...... 12 453.91875 ...... do ...... 12, 28 453.40625 ...... do ...... 12, 28 453.925 ...... do ...... 453.41250 ...... do ...... 12, 24 453.93125 ...... do ...... 28 453.41875 ...... do ...... 12, 28 453.93750 ...... do ...... 24 453.425 ...... do ...... 453.94375 ...... do ...... 28 453.43125 ...... do ...... 28 453.950 ...... do ...... 12 453.43750 ...... do ...... 24 453.95625 ...... do ...... 12, 28 453.44375 ...... do ...... 28 453.96250 ...... do ...... 12, 24 453.450 ...... do ...... 12 453.96875 ...... do ...... 12, 28 453.45625 ...... do ...... 12, 28 453.975 ...... do ...... 453.46250 ...... do ...... 12, 24 453.98125 ...... do ...... 28 453.46875 ...... do ...... 12, 28 453.98750 ...... do ...... 24 453.475 ...... do ...... 453.99375 ...... do ...... 28 453.48125 ...... do ...... 28 458.025 ...... Radio call boxes, fixed ...... 11, 13 453.48750 ...... do ...... 24 458.03750 ...... Mobile ...... 24 453.49375 ...... do ...... 28 458.050 ...... do ...... 12 453.500 ...... do ...... 12 458.05625 ...... do ...... 12, 28 453.50625 ...... do ...... 12, 28 458.06250 ...... do ...... 12, 24 453.51250 ...... do ...... 12, 24 458.06875 ...... do ...... 12, 28 453.51875 ...... do ...... 12, 28 458.075 ...... Radio call boxes, fixed ...... 11, 13 453.525 ...... do ...... 458.08750 ...... Mobile ...... 24 453.53125 ...... do ...... 28 458.100 ...... do ...... 12 453.53750 ...... do ...... 24 458.10625 ...... do ...... 12, 28 453.54375 ...... do ...... 28 458.11250 ...... do ...... 12, 24 453.550 ...... do ...... 12 458.11875 ...... do ...... 12, 28 453.55625 ...... do ...... 12, 28 458.125 ...... Radio call boxes, fixed ...... 11, 13 453.56250 ...... do ...... 12, 24 458.13750 ...... Mobile ...... 24 453.56875 ...... do ...... 12, 28 458.150 ...... do ...... 12 453.575 ...... do ...... 458.15625 ...... do ...... 12, 28 453.58125 ...... do ...... 28 458.16250 ...... do ...... 12, 24 453.58750 ...... do ...... 24 458.16875 ...... do ...... 12, 28 453.59375 ...... do ...... 28 458.175 ...... Radio call boxes, fixed ...... 11, 13 453.600 ...... Base or mobile ...... 12 458.18750 ...... Mobile ...... 24 453.60625 ...... do ...... 12, 28 458.200 ...... do ...... 12 453.61250 ...... do ...... 12, 24 458.20625 ...... do ...... 12, 28 453.61875 ...... do ...... 12, 28 458.21250 ...... do ...... 12, 24 453.625 ...... do ...... 458.21875 ...... do ...... 12, 28 453.63125 ...... do ...... 28 458.225 ...... do ...... 453.63750 ...... do ...... 24 458.23125 ...... do ...... 28 453.64375 ...... do ...... 28 458.23750 ...... do ...... 24 453.650 ...... do ...... 12 458.24375 ...... do ...... 28 453.65625 ...... do ...... 12, 28 458.250 ...... do ...... 12 453.66250 ...... do ...... 12, 24 458.25625 ...... do ...... 12, 28 453.66875 ...... do ...... 12, 28 458.26250 ...... do ...... 12, 24 453.675 ...... do ...... 458.26875 ...... do ...... 12, 28 453.68125 ...... do ...... 28 458.275 ...... do ...... 453.68750 ...... do ...... 24 458.28125 ...... do ...... 28 453.69375 ...... do ...... 28 458.28750 ...... do ...... 24 453.700 ...... do ...... 12 458.29375 ...... do ...... 28 453.70625 ...... do ...... 12, 28 458.300 ...... do ...... 12 453.71250 ...... do ...... 12, 24 458.30625 ...... do ...... 12, 28 453.71875 ...... do ...... 12, 28 458.31250 ...... do ...... 12, 24 453.725 ...... do ...... 458.31875 ...... do ...... 12, 28 453.73125 ...... do ...... 28 458.325 ...... do ...... 453.73750 ...... do ...... 24 458.33125 ...... do ...... 28 453.74375 ...... do ...... 28 458.33750 ...... do ...... 24 453.750 ...... do ...... 12 458.34375 ...... do ...... 28 453.75625 ...... do ...... 12, 28 458.350 ...... do ...... 12 453.76250 ...... do ...... 12, 24 458.35625 ...... do ...... 12, 28 453.76875 ...... do ...... 12, 28 458.36250 ...... do ...... 12, 24 453.775 ...... do ...... 458.36875 ...... do ...... 12, 28 453.78125 ...... do ...... 28 458.375 ...... do ...... 453.78750 ...... do ...... 24 458.38125 ...... do ...... 28 453.79375 ...... do ...... 28 458.38750 ...... do ...... 24 453.800 ...... do ...... 12 458.39375 ...... do ...... 28 453.80625 ...... do ...... 12, 28 458.400 ...... do ...... 12 453.81250 ...... do ...... 12, 24 458.40625 ...... do ...... 12, 28 453.81875 ...... do ...... 12, 28 458.41250 ...... do ...... 12, 24 453.825 ...... do ...... 458.41875 ...... do ...... 12, 28 453.83125 ...... do ...... 28 458.425 ...... do ...... 453.83750 ...... do ...... 24 458.43125 ...... do ...... 28 453.84375 ...... do ...... 28 458.43750 ...... do ...... 24 453.850 ...... do ...... 12 458.44375 ...... do ...... 28

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458.450 ...... do ...... 12 458.96875 ...... do ...... 12, 28 458.45625 ...... do ...... 12, 28 458.975 ...... do ...... 458.46250 ...... do ...... 12, 24 458.98125 ...... do ...... 28 458.46875 ...... do ...... 12, 28 458.98750 ...... do ...... 24 458.475 ...... do ...... 458.99375 ...... do ...... 28 458.48125 ...... do ...... 28 470 to 512 ...... Base or mobile ...... 14 458.48750 ...... do ...... 24 806 to 824 ...... Mobile ...... 15 458.49375 ...... do ...... 28 851 to 869 ...... Base or mobile ...... 15 458.500 ...... do ...... 12 928 and above ...... Operational-fixed ...... 16 458.50625 ...... do ...... 12, 28 929±930 ...... Base only ...... 26 458.51250 ...... do ...... 12, 24 1427 to 1435 ...... Operational fixed, base or 17 458.51875 ...... do ...... 12, 28 mobile. 458.525 ...... do ...... 2450 to 2500 ...... Base or mobile ...... 18 458.53125 ...... do ...... 28 10,550 to 10,680* ...... do ...... 458.53750 ...... do ...... 24 * The frequencies in the band 10.55±10.68 GHz are available for Digital 458.54375 ...... do ...... 28 Termination Systems and for associated internodal links in the Point-to- 458.550 ...... do ...... 12 Point Microwave Radio Service. No new licenses will be issued under this 458.55625 ...... do ...... 12, 28 subpart but current licenses will be renewed. 458.56250 ...... do ...... 12, 24 458.56875 ...... do ...... 12, 28 (c) Explanation of assignment limitations 458.575 ...... do ...... appearing in the frequency table of para- 458.58125 ...... do ...... 28 458.58750 ...... do ...... 24 graph (b) of this section: 458.59375 ...... do ...... 28 (1) This frequency is shared with the Spe- 458.600 ...... do ...... 12 cial Emergency Radio Services and is avail- 458.60625 ...... do ...... 12, 28 458.61250 ...... do ...... 12, 24 able for assignment to the official state 458.61875 ...... do ...... 12, 28 guard or comparable organization of a State, 458.625 ...... do ...... 458.63125 ...... do ...... 28 territory, possession, or the District of Co- 458.63750 ...... do ...... 24 lumbia which is shown to be duly created by 458.64375 ...... do ...... 28 law and subject to the control of the highest 458.650 ...... do ...... 12 458.65625 ...... do ...... 12, 28 official of the governmental entity involved, 458.66250 ...... do ...... 12, 24 and may be used for emergency communica- 458.66875 ...... do ...... 12, 28 tions and for essential communications re- 458.675 ...... do ...... 458.68125 ...... do ...... 28 lated to training and maintenance of an effi- 458.68750 ...... do ...... 24 cient organization. In addition to base and 458.69375 ...... do ...... 28 mobile stations, this frequency may be as- 458.700 ...... do ...... 12 458.70625 ...... do ...... 12, 28 signed to fixed stations on a secondary basis 458.71250 ...... do ...... 12, 24 to base or mobile stations. Upon a showing 458.71875 ...... do ...... 12, 28 of need, the use of a second frequency in the 458.725 ...... do ...... 458.73125 ...... do ...... 28 band 2505–3500 kHz may be made available to 458.73750 ...... do ...... 24 these organizations through appropriate ar- 458.74375 ...... do ...... 28 rangements with Government agencies for 458.750 ...... do ...... 12 458.75625 ...... do ...... 12, 28 restricted area use on a shared basis with 458.76250 ...... do ...... 12, 24 maximum power output, emission, and hours 458.76875 ...... do ...... 12, 28 of operation determined on the basis of the 458.775 ...... do ...... 458.78125 ...... do ...... 28 technical conditions involved in using the 458.78750 ...... do ...... 24 selected frequency in the particular area. 458.79375 ...... do ...... 28 (2) This frequency is shared with the Police 458.800 ...... do ...... 12 458.80625 ...... do ...... 12, 28 Radio Service. 458.81250 ...... do ...... 12, 24 (3) The maximum output power of any 458.81875 ...... do ...... 12, 28 transmitter authorized to operate on this 458.825 ...... do ...... 458.83125 ...... do ...... 28 frequency shall not exceed 2 watts. 458.83750 ...... do ...... 24 (4) Subpart T contains rules for assignment 458.84375 ...... do ...... 28 of frequencies in the 220–222 MHz band. 458.850 ...... do ...... 12 458.85625 ...... do ...... 12, 28 (5) This frequency is not available for as- 458.86250 ...... do ...... 12, 24 signment in this service in Puerto Rico or 458.86875 ...... do ...... 12, 28 the Virgin Islands. 458.875 ...... do ...... 458.88125 ...... do ...... 28 (6) Assignment and use of frequencies in 458.88750 ...... do ...... 24 the band 72–76 MHz are governed by § 90.257 458.89375 ...... do ...... 28 for operational-fixed stations and by § 90.241 458.900 ...... do ...... 12 458.90625 ...... do ...... 12, 28 for emergency call box operations. Specific 458.91250 ...... do ...... 12, 24 frequencies are listed at § 90.257(a)(1). 458.91875 ...... do ...... 12, 28 (7) The maximum power output of the 458.925 ...... do ...... 458.93125 ...... do ...... 28 transmitter may not exceed 50 watts for 458.93750 ...... do ...... 24 fixed stations and 1 watt for mobile stations. 458.94375 ...... do ...... 28 A1A, A1D, A2B, A2D, F1B, F1D, F2D, G1B, 458.950 ...... do ...... 12 458.95625 ...... do ...... 12, 28 G1D, G2B, or G2D emission may be author- 458.96250 ...... do ...... 12, 24 ized.

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(8) For FM transmitters, the sum of the Population 1970). Operation is on a secondary highest modulating frequency in hertz and basis to that of the Power Radio Service. the amount of the frequency deviation or (20) For FM transmitters, the sum of the swing in hertz may not exceed 1700 Hz and highest modulating frequency in Hertz and the maximum deviation may not exceed 1.2 the amount of the frequency deviation or kHz. For AM transmitters, the highest mod- swing in Hertz may not exceed 2800 Hz and ulating frequency may not exceed 1200 Hz. the maximum deviation may not exceed 2.5 The carrier frequency must be maintained kHz. For AM transmitters, the highest mod- within .0005 percent of the center of the fre- ulation frequency may not exceed 2000 Hz. quency band, and the authorized bandwidth The carrier frequency must be maintained may not exceed 3 kHz. within .0005 percent of the center of the fre- (9) The maximum effective radiated power quency band, and the authorized bandwidth (ERP) may not exceed 20 watts for fixed sta- may not exceed 6 kHz. tions and 2 watts for mobile stations. The (21) This frequency is available on a shared height of the antenna system may not ex- basis with the Power, Petroleum, Forest ceed 15.24 meters (50 ft.) above ground. All Products, Special Industrial, Business, and such operation is on a secondary basis to ad- Manufacturers Radio Services for remote jacent channel land mobile operations. control and telemetry operations. (10) The requirements for secondary fixed (22) Operational fixed stations must em- use of frequencies in this band are set forth ploy directional antennas having a front-to- in § 90.261. back ratio of at least 20 dB. Omnidirectional (11) This frequency is available for systems antennas having unity gain may be em- first licensed prior to March 31, 1980, for ployed for stations communicating with at radio call box communications related to least three receiving locations separated by safety on highways in accordance with the 160° of azimuth. provisions of § 90.241(c). No new systems will (23) This frequency is available for use by be authorized of this nature, but systems au- Travelers’ Information Stations in accord- thorized prior to March 31, 1980 may be modi- ance with § 90.242. fied, expanded, and renewed. Also, effective (24) This frequency is not available in the April 2, 1993, this frequency is shared with 150–170 MHz band until August 18, 1996. This EMRS systems in accordance with § 90.27. frequency will be assigned with an author- (12) This frequency is available in this ized bandwidth not to exceed 11.25 kHz. In service on a shared basis with all other Pub- the 450–470 MHz band, secondary telemetry lic-Safety Radio Services. operations pursuant to § 90.238(e) will be au- (13) Available for medical services mobile thorized on this frequency. operations in the Emergency Medical Radio (25) Only the central governments of the Service in accordance with § 90.27(c)(22). fifty individual States, the District of Co- (14) Subpart L contains rules for assign- lumbia, and the insular areas of the Com- ment of frequencies in the 470–512 MHz band. monwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, (15) Subpart S contains rules for assign- the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and the ment of frequencies in the 806–824 MHz and unincorporated territories of American 851–869 MHz bands. Samoa, Guam and the United States Virgin (16) Assignment of frequencies above 928 Islands are eligible to be licensed to use this MHz for operational-fixed stations is gov- spectrum, and then only for disaster commu- erned by part 94 of this chapter. nications purposes. Licensees may not use (17) This frequency band is available to sta- this spectrum to provide operational com- tions in this service subject to the provisions munications circuits. See also, § 90.264. of § 90.259. (26) Frequencies in this band are available (18) Available only on a shared basis with only for one-way paging operations in ac- stations in other services, and subject to no cordance with § 90.494. protection from interference due to the oper- (27) Frequencies in this band will be as- ation of industrial, scientific, or medical signed for low power wireless microphones in (ISM) devices. In the 2483.5–2500 MHz band, accordance with the provisions of § 90.265. no applications for new stations or modifica- (28) This frequency is not available until tion to existing stations to increase the August 18, 1996. After August 18, 1996 this fre- number of transmitters will be accepted. Ex- quency will be assigned with an authorized isting licensees as of July 25, 1985, or on a bandwidth not to exceed 6 kHz. subsequent date following as a result of sub- (29) Assignment of frequencies in this band mitting an application for license on or be- are subject to the provisions of § 90.173. fore July 25, 1985, are grandfathered and (30) This frequency is available for systems their operation is co-primary with the first licensed prior to August 18, 1995. No new Radiodetermination Satellite Service. systems will be authorized after August 18, (19) Use of this frequency is limited to sta- 1995, but prior authorized systems may be tions located at least 120.7 km (75 miles) modified, expanded, and renewed. from the center of any urbanized area of (31) Licensees as of August 18, 1995 who op- 200,000 or more population (U.S. Census of erate systems that are 2.5 kHz removed from

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regularly assignable frequencies may con- [43 FR 54791, Nov. 22, 1978] tinue to operate on a secondary, non-inter- EDITORIAL NOTE: For FEDERAL REGISTER ci- ference basis after August 1, 2003. tations affecting § 90.17, see the List of CFR (d) Additional frequencies available. In addi- Sections Affected in the Finding Aids sec- tion to the frequencies shown in the fre- tion of this volume. quency table of this section, the following frequencies are available in this service. (See § 90.19 Police Radio Service. also § 90.253.) (a) Eligibility. Any territory, possession, (1) Substitution of frequencies available State, county, city, town, and similar gov- below 25 MHz may be made in accordance ernmental entity including a governmental with the provisions of § 90.263. institution authorized by law to provide its (2) [Reserved] own police protection, is eligible to hold au- (3) Frequencies in the band 73.0–74.6 MHz thorizations in the Police Radio Service to may be assigned to stations authorized their operate radio stations for transmission of use on or before December 1, 1961, but no new communications essential to official police stations will be authorized in this band, nor activities of the licensee. will expansion of existing systems be per- (b) [Reserved] mitted. See also § 90.257. (c) International police radiocommunication. (4) The frequency bands 31.99 to 32.00 MHz, Police radio licensees which are located in 33.00 to 33.01 MHz, 33.99 to 34.00 MHz, 37.93 to close proximity to the borders of the United 38.00 MHz, 39.00 to 39.01 MHz, 39.99 to 40.00 States may be authorized to communicate MHz and 42.00 to 42.01 MHz, are available for internationally. Request for such authority assignment for developmental operation sub- shall be written and signed and submitted in ject to the provisions of subpart Q. duplicate. The request shall include informa- (5) Frequencies in the 421–430 MHz band are tion as to the station with which commu- available in the Detroit, Cleveland, and Buf- nication will be conducted, and the fre- falo areas in accordance with the rules in quency, power, emission, etc., that will be §§ 90.273 through 90.281. used. If authorized, such international com- (e) Limitation on number of frequencies as- munication must be conducted in accordance signable. Normally only two frequencies or with Article 5 of the Inter-American Radio pairs of frequencies in the paired frequency Agreement, Washington, DC, 1949 which mode of operation will be assigned for mobile reads as follows: service operations by a single applicant in a given area. The assignment of an additional Article 5. Police radio stations. When the frequency or pair of frequencies will be made American countries authorize their police only upon a satisfactory showing of need, ex- radio stations to exchange emergency infor- cept that: mation by radio with similar stations of an- (1) Additional frequencies above 25 MHz other country, the following rules shall be may be assigned in connection with the oper- applied. ation of mobile repeaters in accordance with (a) Only police radio stations located close § 90.247 notwithstanding this limitation. to the boundaries of contiguous countries (2) The frequency 39.06 MHz may be as- shall be allowed to exchange this informa- signed notwithstanding this limitation. tion. (3) Frequencies in the 25–50 MHz, 150–170 (b) In general, only important police mes- MHz, 450–512 MHz and 902–928 MHz bands may sages shall be handled, such as those which be assigned for the operation of Location and would lose their value, because of slowness Monitoring Service (LMS) systems in ac- and time limitations if sent on other com- cordance with the provisions of subpart M of munication systems. this part, notwithstanding this limitation. (c) Frequencies used for radiotelephone (4) A licensee of a radio station in this communications with mobile police units service may operate radio units for the pur- shall not be used for radiotelegraph commu- pose of determining distance, direction, nications. speed, or position by means of a radio- (d) Radiotelephone communications shall location device on any frequency available be conducted only on frequencies assigned for radiolocation purposes without specific for radiotelephony. (e) Radiotelegraph communications shall authorization from the Commission, pro- be conducted on the following frequencies: vided type accepted equipment or equipment 2804 kHz calling, 2808 kHz working, 2812 kHz authorized pursuant to § 90.203(b) (4) and (5) working, 5195 kHz day calling, 5185 kHz day is used and all other rule requirements are working, 5140 kHz day working. satisfied. (f) The characteristics of police radio sta- (Secs. 4, 303, 307, 48 Stat., as amended, 1066, tions authorized to exchange information 1082, 1083; 47 U.S.C. 154, 303, 307; secs. 4(i) and shall be notified to the International Tele- 303(r), Communications Act of 1934, as communication Union, Geneva, Switzerland. amended, §§ 0.131 and 0.331 of the Commis- (g) The abbreviations contained in Appen- sion’s Rules and 5 U.S.C. 553 (b)(3)(B) and dix 9 of the Atlantic City Radio Regulations (d)(3)) shall be used to the greatest possible extent.

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Service indications are as follows: ‘‘P’’, pri- POLICE RADIO SERVICE FREQUENCY TABLEÐContinued ority, for messages that are to be sent imme- Limita- diately, regardless of the number of other Frequency or band Class of station(s) tions messages on file. If no service indication is 37.36 ...... Base or mobile ...... given, the messages are to be transmitted in 37.38 ...... Mobile ...... the order of receipt. 37.40 ...... Base or mobile ...... (h) The message shall contain the pre- 37.42 ...... Mobile ...... 39.02 ...... Base or mobile ...... amble, address, text and signature, as fol- 39.04 ...... do ...... lows: 39.06 ...... do ...... 9, 10 Preamble. The preamble of the message 39.08 ...... do ...... 39.10 ...... do ...... 9 shall consist of the following: the serial 39.12 ...... do ...... number preceded by the letters ‘‘NR’’, serv- 39.14 ...... do ...... 39.16 ...... do ...... ice indications, as appropriate; the group 39.18 ...... do ...... 9 count according to standard cable count sys- 39.20 ...... do ...... tem; the letters ‘‘CK’’, followed by numerals 39.22 ...... do ...... 39.24 ...... do ...... indicating the number of words contained in 39.26 ...... Mobile ...... the text of the message: office and country of 39.28 ...... Base or mobile ...... origin (not abbreviations): day, month, and 39.30 ...... Mobile ...... 39.32 ...... Base or mobile ...... hour of filing; 39.34 ...... Mobile ...... Address. The address must be as complete 39.36 ...... Base or mobile ...... as possible and shall include the name of the 39.38 ...... Mobile ...... 39.40 ...... Base or mobile ...... addressee with any supplementary particu- 39.42 ...... do ...... lars necessary for immediate delivery of the 39.44 ...... do ...... message; 39.46 ...... do ...... 11 39.48 ...... do ...... Text. The text may be either in plain lan- 39.50 ...... do ...... 9 guage or code; 39.52 ...... do ...... Signature. The signature shall include the 39.54 ...... do ...... 39.56 ...... do ...... name and title of the person originating the 39.58 ...... do ...... 9 message. 39.60 ...... do ...... 39.62 ...... do ...... (d) Frequencies available. The following 39.64 ...... do ...... table indicates frequencies available for as- 39.66 ...... Mobile ...... 39.68 ...... Base or mobile ...... signment to stations in the Police Radio 39.70 ...... Mobile ...... Service, together with the class of station(s) 39.72 ...... Base or mobile ...... to which they are normally assigned and the 39.74 ...... Mobile ...... 39.76 ...... Base or mobile ...... specific assignment limitations which are 39.78 ...... Mobile ...... explained in paragraph (e) of this section: 39.80 ...... Base or mobile ...... 39.82 ...... do ...... 9 POLICE RADIO SERVICE FREQUENCY TABLE 39.84 ...... do ...... 39.86 ...... do ...... Frequency or band Class of station(s) Limita- 39.88 ...... do ...... tions 39.90 ...... do ...... 9 39.92 ...... do ...... Kilohertz 39.94 ...... do ...... 39.96 ...... do ...... 1722 ...... Operational fixed, base or 2, 3 39.98 ...... do ...... 9 mobile. 42.02 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 12 1730 ...... do ...... 2, 3 42.04 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 12 2366 ...... do ...... 1, 2 42.06 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 12 2382 ...... do ...... 2 42.08 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 12 2390 ...... do ...... 1, 2 42.10 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 12 2406 ...... do ...... 2 2430 ...... do ...... 2 42.12 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 12 2442 ...... do ...... 2 42.14 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 12 2450 ...... do ...... 2 42.16 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 12 2458 ...... do ...... 2 42.18 ...... Mobile ...... 2, 12 2482 ...... do ...... 2 42.20 ...... do ...... 2, 12 2490 ...... do ...... 2, 3 42.22 ...... do ...... 2, 12 42.24 ...... do ...... 2, 12 Megahertz 42.26 ...... do ...... 2, 12 42.28 ...... do ...... 2, 12 37.02 ...... Mobile ...... 42.30 ...... do ...... 2, 12 37.04 ...... Base or mobile ...... 42.32 ...... Base or mobile ...... 2, 3, 12 37.06 ...... do ...... 42.34 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 12 37.08 ...... do ...... 42.36 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 12 37.10 ...... do ...... 9 42.38 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 12 37.12 ...... do ...... 42.40 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 12, 37.14 ...... do ...... 28 37.16 ...... do ...... 42.42 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 12 37.18 ...... do ...... 9 42.44 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 12 37.20 ...... do ...... 42.46 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 12 37.22 ...... do ...... 42.48 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 12 37.24 ...... do ...... 42.50 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 12 37.26 ...... do ...... 9 42.52 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 12 37.28 ...... do ...... 42.54 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 12 37.30 ...... do ...... 42.56 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 12 37.32 ...... do ...... 42.58 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 12 37.34 ...... Mobile ...... 42.60 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 12

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42.62 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 12 154.8675 ...... do ...... 26 42.64 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 12 154.875 ...... do ...... 42.66 ...... Mobile ...... 2, 12 154.8825 ...... do ...... 26 42.68 ...... do ...... 2, 12 154.890 ...... Mobile ...... 42.70 ...... do ...... 2, 12 154.8975 ...... do ...... 26 42.72 ...... do ...... 2, 12 154.905 ...... Base or mobile ...... 12 42.74 ...... do ...... 2, 12 154.9125 ...... do ...... 12, 26 42.76 ...... do ...... 2, 12 154.920 ...... do ...... 12 42.78 ...... do ...... 2, 12 154.9275 ...... do ...... 12, 26 42.80 ...... Base or mobile ...... 2, 3, 12 154.935 ...... do ...... 12 42.82 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 12 154.9425 ...... do ...... 12, 26 42.84 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 12 154.950 ...... Mobile ...... 42.86 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 12 154.9575 ...... do ...... 26 42.88 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 12 155.01 ...... Base or mobile ...... 42.90 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 12 155.0175 ...... do ...... 26 42.92 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 12 155.07 ...... do ...... 42.94 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 12 155.0775 ...... do ...... 26 44.62 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 12 155.13 ...... do ...... 44.66 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 12 155.1375 ...... do ...... 26 44.70 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 12 155.19 ...... do ...... 44.74 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 12 155.1975 ...... do ...... 26 44.78 ...... Mobile ...... 2, 12 155.25 ...... do ...... 44.82 ...... do ...... 2, 12 155.2575 ...... do ...... 26 44.86 ...... do ...... 2, 12 155.31 ...... do ...... 44.90 ...... do ...... 2, 12 155.3175 ...... do ...... 26 44.94 ...... Base or mobile ...... 2, 3, 12 155.370 ...... do ...... 44.98 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 12 155.3775 ...... do ...... 26 45.02 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 12 155.415 ...... do ...... 45.06 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 12 155.4225 ...... do ...... 26 45.10 ...... do ...... 155.430 ...... do ...... 45.14 ...... do ...... 155.4375 ...... do ...... 26 45.18 ...... do ...... 155.445 ...... do ...... 12 45.22 ...... do ...... 155.4525 ...... do ...... 12, 26 45.26 ...... Mobile ...... 155.460 ...... do ...... 12 45.30 ...... do ...... 155.4675 ...... do ...... 12, 26 45.34 ...... do ...... 155.475 ...... do ...... 14 45.38 ...... do ...... 155.4825 ...... do ...... 14, 26 45.42 ...... Base or mobile ...... 155.490 ...... do ...... 45.46 ...... do ...... 155.4975 ...... do ...... 26 45.50 ...... do ...... 155.505 ...... do ...... 12 45.54 ...... do ...... 155.5125 ...... do ...... 12, 26 45.58 ...... do ...... 155.520 ...... do ...... 45.62 ...... do ...... 155.5275 ...... do ...... 26 45.66 ...... do ...... 155.535 ...... do ...... 45.70 ...... do ...... 155.5425 ...... do ...... 26 45.74 ...... Mobile ...... 155.550 ...... do ...... 45.78 ...... do ...... 155.5575 ...... do ...... 26 45.82 ...... do ...... 155.565 ...... do ...... 45.86 ...... Base or mobile ...... 11 155.5725 ...... do ...... 26 45.90 ...... do ...... 29 155.580 ...... do ...... 45.94 ...... do ...... 155.5875 ...... do ...... 26 45.98 ...... do ...... 155.595 ...... do ...... 46.02 ...... do ...... 155.6025 ...... do ...... 26 72.00±76.00 ...... Operational fixed ...... 13 155.610 ...... do ...... 150 to 170 ...... Base or mobile ...... 33, 35 155.6175 ...... do ...... 26 154.650 ...... Mobile ...... 155.625 ...... do ...... 154.6575 ...... do ...... 26 155.6325 ...... do ...... 26 154.665 ...... Base or mobile ...... 12 155.640 ...... do ...... 154.6725 ...... do ...... 12, 26 155.6475 ...... do ...... 26 154.680 ...... do ...... 12 155.655 ...... do ...... 154.6875 ...... do ...... 12, 26 155.6625 ...... do ...... 26 154.695 ...... do ...... 12 155.670 ...... do ...... 154.7025 ...... do ...... 12, 26 155.6775 ...... do ...... 26 154.710 ...... Mobile ...... 155.685 ...... do ...... 154.7175 ...... do ...... 26 155.6925 ...... do ...... 26 154.725 ...... Base or mobile ...... 155.700 ...... do ...... 154.7325 ...... do ...... 26 155.7075 ...... do ...... 26 154.740 ...... do ...... 155.730 ...... do ...... 154.7475 ...... do ...... 26 155.7375 ...... do ...... 26 154.755 ...... do ...... 155.79 ...... do ...... 154.7625 ...... do ...... 26 155.7975 ...... do ...... 26 154.770 ...... Mobile ...... 155.85 ...... Mobile ...... 154.7775 ...... do ...... 26 155.8575 ...... do ...... 26 154.785 ...... Base or mobile ...... 155.91 ...... do ...... 154.7925 ...... do ...... 26 155.9175 ...... do ...... 26 154.800 ...... do ...... 155.97 ...... do ...... 154.8075 ...... do ...... 26 155.9775 ...... do ...... 26 154.815 ...... do ...... 156.03 ...... do ...... 154.8225 ...... do ...... 26 156.0375 ...... do ...... 26 154.830 ...... Mobile ...... 156.09 ...... do ...... 154.8375 ...... do ...... 26 156.0975 ...... do ...... 26 154.845 ...... Base or mobile ...... 156.15 ...... do ...... 154.8525 ...... do ...... 26 156.1575 ...... do ...... 26 154.860 ...... do ...... 156.210 ...... Base or mobile ......

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156.2175 ...... do ...... 26 453.6375 ...... Mobile ...... 34 158.7225 ...... do ...... 32 453.650 ...... Base or mobile ...... 16 158.730 ...... do ...... 453.65625 ...... do ...... 16, 32 158.7375 ...... do ...... 26 453.66250 ...... do ...... 16, 26 158.790 ...... do ...... 453.66875 ...... do ...... 16, 32 158.7975 ...... do ...... 26 453.6875 ...... Mobile ...... 34 158.850 ...... do ...... 453.700 ...... Base of mobile ...... 16 158.8575 ...... do ...... 26 453.70625 ...... do ...... 16, 32 158.910 ...... Mobile ...... 453.71250 ...... do ...... 16, 26 158.9175 ...... do ...... 26 453.71875 ...... do ...... 16, 32 158.970 ...... do ...... 453.7375 ...... Mobile ...... 34 158.9775 ...... do ...... 26 453.750 ...... Base or mobile ...... 16 159.030 ...... do ...... 453.75625 ...... do ...... 16, 32 159.0375 ...... do ...... 26 453.76250 ...... do ...... 16, 26 159.090 ...... Base or mobile ...... 453.76875 ...... do ...... 16, 32 159.0975 ...... do ...... 26 453.7875 ...... Mobile ...... 34 159.150 ...... do ...... 453.800 ...... Base or mobile ...... 16 159.1575 ...... do ...... 26 453.80625 ...... do ...... 16, 32 159.210 ...... do ...... 453.81250 ...... do ...... 16, 26 159.2175 ...... do ...... 26 453.81875 ...... do ...... 16, 32 169±172 ...... Mobile ...... 30 453.8375 ...... Mobile ...... 34 173.075 ...... Base or mobile ...... 31 453.850 ...... Base or mobile ...... 16 220±222 ...... Base and mobile ...... 4 453.85625 ...... do ...... 16, 32 450±470 ...... Fixed, base, or mobile ...... 15, 33 453.86250 ...... do ...... 16, 26 453.0375 ...... Mobile ...... 34 453.86875 ...... do ...... 16, 32 453.050 ...... Base or mobile ...... 16 453.8875 ...... Mobile ...... 34 453.05625 ...... do ...... 16, 32 453.900 ...... Base or mobile ...... 16 453.06250 ...... do ...... 16, 26 453.90625 ...... do ...... 16, 32 453.06875 ...... do ...... 16, 32 453.91250 ...... do ...... 16, 26 453.0875 ...... Mobile ...... 34 453.91875 ...... do ...... 16, 32 453.100 ...... Base or mobile ...... 16 453.9375 ...... Mobile ...... 34 453.10625 ...... do ...... 16, 32 453.950 ...... Base or mobile ...... 16 453.11250 ...... do ...... 16, 26 453.95625 ...... do ...... 16, 32 453.11875 ...... do ...... 16, 32 453.96250 ...... do ...... 16, 26 453.1375 ...... Mobile ...... 34 453.96875 ...... do ...... 16, 32 453.150 ...... Base or mobile ...... 16 458.0375 ...... Mobile ...... 34 453.15625 ...... do ...... 16, 32 458.050 ...... do ...... 16 453.16250 ...... do ...... 16, 26 458.05625 ...... do ...... 16, 32 453.16875 ...... do ...... 16, 32 458.06250 ...... do ...... 16, 26 453.1875 ...... Mobile ...... 34 458.06875 ...... do ...... 16, 32 453.200 ...... Base or mobile ...... 16 458.0875 ...... do ...... 34 453.20625 ...... do ...... 16, 32 458.100 ...... do ...... 16 453.21250 ...... do ...... 16, 26 458.10625 ...... do ...... 16, 32 453.21875 ...... do ...... 16, 32 458.11250 ...... do ...... 16, 26 453.2375 ...... Mobile ...... 34 458.11875 ...... do ...... 16, 32 453.250 ...... Base or mobile ...... 16 458.1375 ...... do ...... 34 453.25625 ...... do ...... 16, 32 458.150 ...... do ...... 16 453.26250 ...... do ...... 16, 26 458.15625 ...... do ...... 16, 32 453.26875 ...... do ...... 16, 32 458.16250 ...... do ...... 16, 26 453.2875 ...... Mobile ...... 34 458.16875 ...... do ...... 16, 32 453.300 ...... Base or mobile ...... 16 458.1875 ...... do ...... 34 453.30625 ...... do ...... 16, 32 458.200 ...... do ...... 16 453.31250 ...... do ...... 16, 26 458.20625 ...... do ...... 16, 32 453.31875 ...... do ...... 16, 32 458.21250 ...... do ...... 16, 26 453.3375 ...... Mobile ...... 34 458.21875 ...... do ...... 16, 32 453.350 ...... Base or mobile ...... 16 458.2375 ...... do ...... 34 453.35625 ...... do ...... 16, 32 458.250 ...... do ...... 16 453.36250 ...... do ...... 16, 26 458.25625 ...... do ...... 16, 32 453.36875 ...... do ...... 16, 32 458.26250 ...... do ...... 16, 26 453.3875 ...... Mobile ...... 34 458.26875 ...... do ...... 16, 32 453.400 ...... Base or mobile ...... 16 458.2875 ...... do ...... 34 453.40625 ...... do ...... 16, 32 458.300 ...... do ...... 16 453.41250 ...... do ...... 16, 26 458.30625 ...... do ...... 16, 32 453.41875 ...... do ...... 16, 32 458.31250 ...... do ...... 16, 26 453.4375 ...... Mobile ...... 34 458.31875 ...... do ...... 16, 32 453.450 ...... Base or mobile ...... 16 458.3375 ...... do ...... 34 453.45625 ...... do ...... 16, 32 458.350 ...... do ...... 16 453.46250 ...... do ...... 16, 26 458.35625 ...... do ...... 16, 32 453.46875 ...... do ...... 16, 32 458.36250 ...... do ...... 16, 26 453.4875 ...... Mobile ...... 34 458.36875 ...... do ...... 16, 32 453.500 ...... Base or mobile ...... 16 458.3875 ...... do ...... 34 453.50625 ...... do ...... 16, 32 458.400 ...... do ...... 16 453.51250 ...... do ...... 16, 26 458.40625 ...... do ...... 16, 32 453.51875 ...... do ...... 16, 32 458.41250 ...... do ...... 16, 26 453.5375 ...... Mobile ...... 34 458.41875 ...... do ...... 16, 32 453.550 ...... Base or mobile ...... 16 458.4375 ...... do ...... 34 453.55625 ...... do ...... 16, 32 458.450 ...... do ...... 16 453.56250 ...... do ...... 16, 26 458.45625 ...... do ...... 16, 32 453.56875 ...... do ...... 16, 32 458.46250 ...... do ...... 16, 26 453.5875 ...... Mobile ...... 34 458.46875 ...... do ...... 16, 32 453.600 ...... Base or mobile ...... 16 458.4875 ...... do ...... 34 453.60625 ...... do ...... 16, 32 458.500 ...... do ...... 16 453.61250 ...... do ...... 16, 26 458.50625 ...... do ...... 16, 32 453.61875 ...... do ...... 16, 32 458.51250 ...... do ...... 16, 26

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458.51875 ...... do ...... 16, 32 460.250 ...... do ...... 458.5375 ...... do ...... 34 460.25625 ...... do ...... 32 458.550 ...... do ...... 16 460.26250 ...... do ...... 26 458.55625 ...... do ...... 16, 32 460.26875 ...... do ...... 32 458.56250 ...... do ...... 16, 26 460.275 ...... do ...... 458.56875 ...... do ...... 16, 32 460.28125 ...... do ...... 32 458.5875 ...... do ...... 34 460.28750 ...... do ...... 26 458.600 ...... do ...... 16 460.29375 ...... do ...... 32 458.60625 ...... do ...... 16, 32 460.300 ...... do ...... 458.61250 ...... do ...... 16, 26 460.30625 ...... do ...... 32 458.61875 ...... do ...... 16, 32 460.31250 ...... do ...... 26 458.6375 ...... do ...... 34 460.31875 ...... do ...... 32 458.650 ...... do ...... 16 460.325 ...... do ...... 458.65625 ...... do ...... 16, 32 460.33125 ...... do ...... 32 458.66250 ...... do ...... 16, 26 460.33750 ...... do ...... 26 458.66875 ...... do ...... 16, 32 460.34375 ...... do ...... 32 458.6875 ...... do ...... 34 460.350 ...... do ...... 458.700 ...... do ...... 16 460.35625 ...... do ...... 32 458.70625 ...... do ...... 16, 32 460.36250 ...... do ...... 26 458.71250 ...... do ...... 16, 26 460.36875 ...... do ...... 32 458.71875 ...... do ...... 16, 32 460.375 ...... do ...... 458.7375 ...... do ...... 34 460.38125 ...... do ...... 32 458.750 ...... do ...... 16 460.38750 ...... do ...... 26 458.75625 ...... do ...... 16, 32 460.39375 ...... do ...... 32 458.76250 ...... do ...... 16, 26 460.400 ...... do ...... 458.76875 ...... do ...... 16, 32 460.40625 ...... do ...... 32 458.7875 ...... do ...... 34 460.41250 ...... do ...... 26 458.800 ...... do ...... 16 460.41875 ...... do ...... 32 458.80625 ...... do ...... 16, 32 460.425 ...... do ...... 458.81250 ...... do ...... 16, 26 460.43125 ...... do ...... 32 458.81875 ...... do ...... 16, 32 460.43750 ...... do ...... 26 458.8375 ...... do ...... 34 460.44375 ...... do ...... 32 458.850 ...... do ...... 16 460.450 ...... do ...... 458.85625 ...... do ...... 16, 32 460.45625 ...... do ...... 32 458.86250 ...... do ...... 16, 26 460.46250 ...... do ...... 26 458.86875 ...... do ...... 16, 32 460.46875 ...... do ...... 32 458.8875 ...... do ...... 34 460.475 ...... do ...... 458.900 ...... do ...... 16 460.48125 ...... do ...... 32 458.90625 ...... do ...... 16, 32 460.48750 ...... do ...... 26 458.91250 ...... do ...... 16, 26 460.49375 ...... do ...... 32 458.91875 ...... do ...... 16, 32 460.500 ...... do ...... 458.9375 ...... do ...... 34 460.50625 ...... do ...... 32 458.950 ...... do ...... 16 460.51250 ...... do ...... 26 458.95625 ...... do ...... 16, 32 460.51875 ...... do ...... 32 458.96250 ...... do ...... 16, 26 460.525 ...... do ...... 17 458.96875 ...... do ...... 16, 32 460.53125 ...... do ...... 17, 32 460.0125 ...... do ...... 26, 36 460.53750 ...... do ...... 17, 26 460.01875 ...... Base or mobile ...... 32 460.54375 ...... do ...... 17, 32 460.025 ...... do ...... 460.550 ...... do ...... 17 460.03125 ...... do ...... 32 460.55625 ...... do ...... 17, 32 460.03750 ...... do ...... 26 460.56250 ...... do ...... 17, 26 460.04375 ...... do ...... 32 460.56875 ...... do ...... 17, 32 460.050 ...... do ...... 465.0125 ...... Mobile ...... 34 460.05626 ...... do ...... 32 465.025 ...... do ...... 460.06250 ...... do ...... 26 465.03125 ...... do ...... 32 460.06875 ...... do ...... 32 465.03750 ...... do ...... 26 460.075 ...... do ...... 465.04375 ...... do ...... 32 460.08125 ...... do ...... 32 465.050 ...... do ...... 460.08750 ...... do ...... 26 465.05625 ...... do ...... 32 460.09375 ...... do ...... 32 465.06250 ...... do ...... 26 460.100 ...... do ...... 465.06875 ...... do ...... 32 460.10625 ...... do ...... 32 465.075 ...... do ...... 460.11250 ...... do ...... 26 465.08125 ...... do ...... 32 460.11875 ...... do ...... 32 465.08750 ...... do ...... 26 460.125 ...... do ...... 465.09375 ...... do ...... 32 460.13125 ...... do ...... 32 465.100 ...... do ...... 460.13750 ...... do ...... 26 465.10625 ...... do ...... 32 460.14375 ...... do ...... 32 465.11250 ...... do ...... 26 460.150 ...... do ...... 465.11875 ...... do ...... 32 460.15625 ...... do ...... 32 465.125 ...... do ...... 460.16250 ...... do ...... 26 465.13125 ...... do ...... 32 460.16875 ...... do ...... 32 465.13750 ...... do ...... 26 460.175 ...... do ...... 465.14375 ...... do ...... 32 460.18125 ...... do ...... 32 465.150 ...... do ...... 460.18750 ...... do ...... 26 465.15625 ...... do ...... 32 460.19375 ...... do ...... 32 465.16250 ...... do ...... 26 460.200 ...... do ...... 465.16875 ...... do ...... 32 460.20625 ...... do ...... 32 465.175 ...... do ...... 460.21250 ...... do ...... 26 465.18125 ...... do ...... 32 460.21875 ...... do ...... 32 465.18750 ...... do ...... 26 460.225 ...... do ...... 465.19375 ...... do ...... 32 460.23125 ...... do ...... 32 465.200 ...... do ...... 460.23750 ...... do ...... 26 465.20625 ...... do ...... 32 460.24375 ...... do ...... 32 465.21250 ...... do ...... 26

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POLICE RADIO SERVICE FREQUENCY TABLEÐContinued mobile units may be authorized to use a maximum output power in excess of the Limita- Frequency or band Class of station(s) tions maximum indicated in § 90.205 but not in ex- cess of 7500 watts: Provided, That such oper- 465.21875 ...... do ...... 32 465.225 ...... do ...... ation is secondary to other stations. 465.23125 ...... do ...... 32 (4) Subpart T contains rules for assignment 465.23750 ...... do ...... 26 of frequencies in the 220–222 MHz band. 465.24375 ...... do ...... 32 465.250 ...... do ...... (5)–(8) [Reserved] 465.25625 ...... do ...... 32 (9) This frequency is shared with the Local 465.26250 ...... do ...... 26 Government Radio Service. 465.26875 ...... do ...... 32 465.275 ...... do ...... (10) The maximum output power of any 465.28125 ...... do ...... 32 transmitter authorized to operate on this 465.28750 ...... do ...... 26 frequency, after June 1, 1956, shall not exceed 465.29375 ...... do ...... 32 465.300 ...... do ...... two watts. Licensees holding a valid author- 465.30625 ...... do ...... 32 ization as of June 1, 1956, for base or mobile 465.31250 ...... do ...... 26 station operation on this frequency, with a 465.31875 ...... do ...... 32 465.325 ...... do ...... power in excess of two watts, may continue 465.33125 ...... do ...... 32 to be authorized for such operation without 465.33750 ...... do ...... 26 regard to this power limitation. 465.34375 ...... do ...... 32 465.350 ...... do ...... (11) This frequency is reserved for assign- 465.35625 ...... do ...... 32 ment to stations for intersystem operations 465.36250 ...... do ...... 26 only: Provided, however, That licensees hold- 465.36875 ...... do ...... 32 465.375 ...... do ...... ing a valid authorization to use this fre- 465.38125 ...... do ...... 32 quency for local base or mobile operations as 465.38750 ...... do ...... 26 of June 1, 1956, may continue to be author- 465.39375 ...... do ...... 32 465.400 ...... do ...... ized for such use. 465.40625 ...... do ...... 32 (12) This frequency is reserved primarily 465.41250 ...... do ...... 26 for assignment to state police licensees. As- 465.41875 ...... do ...... 32 465.425 ...... do ...... signments to other police licensees will be 465.43125 ...... do ...... 32 made only where the frequency is required 465.43750 ...... do ...... 26 for coordinated operation with the state po- 465.44375 ...... do ...... 32 465.450 ...... do ...... lice system to which the frequency is as- 465.45625 ...... do ...... 32 signed. Any request for such assignment 465.46250 ...... do ...... 26 465.46875 ...... do ...... 32 must be supported by a statement from the 465.475 ...... do ...... state police system concerned indicating 465.48125 ...... do ...... 32 that the assignment is necessary for coordi- 465.48750 ...... do ...... 26 465.49375 ...... do ...... 32 nation of police activities. 465.500 ...... do ...... (13) The frequencies available for use at 465.50626 ...... do ...... 32 operational fixed stations in the band 72–76 465.51250 ...... do ...... 26 465.51875 ...... do ...... 32 MHz are listed in § 90.257(a)(1). These fre- 465.525 ...... do ...... 17 quencies, are shared with other services and 465.53125 ...... do ...... 17, 32 are available only in accordance with the 465.53750 ...... do ...... 17, 26 465.54375 ...... do ...... 17, 32 provisions of § 90.257. 465.550 ...... Base or mobile ...... 17 (14) This frequency is available nationwide 465.55625 ...... do ...... 17, 32 for use in police emergency communications 465.56250 ...... do ...... 17, 26 465.56875 ...... do ...... 17, 32 networks operated under statewide law en- 470±512 ...... do ...... 21 forcement emergency communications plans. 806±824 ...... Mobile ...... 22 Operations authorized on this frequency 851±869 ...... Base or mobile ...... 22 928 and above ...... Operational-fixed ...... 23 which are not in accordance with this limita- 929±930 ...... Base only ...... 27 tion may continue until January 1, 1985. 1427 to 1435 ...... Operational-fixed, base or 24 (15) The requirements for secondary fixed mobile. 2450 to 2500 ...... Base or mobile ...... 25 use of frequencies in this band are set forth 10,550 to 10,680* ...... do ...... in § 90.261. *The frequencies in the band 10.55±10.68 GHz are available for Digital (16) This frequency is available in this Termination Systems and for associated internodal links in the Point-to- Point Microwave Radio Service. No new licenses will be issued under this service on a shared basis with all other Pub- subpart but current licenses will be renewed. lic-Safety Radio Services. (17) This frequency is shared with the Fire (e) Explanation of assignment limitations and Emergency Medical Radio Services. appearing in the frequency table of para- (18)–(20) [Reserved] graph (d) of this section: (21) Subpart L contains rules for assign- (1) The use of this frequency is on a second- ment of frequencies in the 470–512 MHz band. ary basis to any Canadian station. (22) Subpart S contains rules for assign- (2) The frequency is available for assign- ment of frequencies in the 806–824 MHz and ment only in accordance with a geographical 851–869 MHz bands. assignment plan. (23) Assignment of frequencies above 928 (3) Base stations operating on this fre- MHz for operational-fixed stations is gov- quency and rendering service to state police erned by part 94 of this chapter.

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(24) This frequency band is available to sta- systems will be authorized after August 18, tions in this service subject to the provisions 1995, but prior authorized systems may be of § 90.259. modified, expanded, and renewed. (25) Available only on a shared basis with (35) Licensees as of August 18, 1995 who op- stations in other services, and subject to no erate systems that are 2.5 kHz removed from protection from interference due to the oper- regularly assignable frequencies may con- ation of industrial, scientific, or medical tinue to operate on a secondary, non-inter- (ISM) devices. In the 2483.5–2500 MHz band, ference basis after August 1, 2003. no applications for new stations or modifica- (36) Use of this frequency is on a secondary tion to existing stations to increase the basis and subject to the provisions of § 90.267 number of transmitters will be accepted. Ex- (a)(3), (a)(4), (a)(5), and (a)(7) isting licensees as of July 25, 1985, or on a (f) Additional frequencies available. In addi- subsequent date following as a result of sub- tion to the frequencies shown in the fre- mitting an application for license on or be- quency table of this section, the following fore July 25, 1985, are grandfathered and frequencies are available in this service. (See their operation is co-primary with the also § 90.253.) Radiodetermination Satellite Service. (1) Substitution of frequencies available (26) This frequency is not available in the below 25 MHz may be made in accordance 150–170 MHz band until August 18, 1996. This with the provisions of § 90.263. frequency will be assigned with an author- (2) [Reserved] ized bandwidth not to exceed 11.25 kHz. In (3) Frequencies in the band 73.0–74.6 MHz the 450–470 MHz band, secondary telemetry may be assigned to stations authorized their operations pursuant to § 90.238(e) will be au- use on or before December 1, 1961, but no new thorized on this frequency. stations will be authorized in this band, nor (27) Frequencies in this band are available will expansion of existing systems be per- only for one-way paging operations in ac- mitted. cordance with § 90.494. (4) The frequency bands 31.99 to 32.00 MHz (28) In the State of Alaska only, the fre- 33.00 to 33.01 MHz, 33.99 to 34.00 MHz, 37.93 to quency 42.40 MHz is available for assignment 38.00 MHz, 39.00 to 39.01 MHz, 33.99 to 40.00 on a primary basis to stations in the Com- MHz and 42.00 to 42.01 MHz are available for mon Carrier Rural Radio Service utilizing assignment for developmental operation sub- meteor burst communications. The fre- ject to the provisions of subpart Q. quency may be used by private radio stations (5) A licensee in the Police Radio Service for meteor burst communications on a sec- may use transmitters on the frequencies in- ondary, noninterference basis. Usage shall be dicated below in connection with official po- in accordance with part 22 or 90 of this chap- lice activities without specific authorization ter. Stations utilizing meteor burst commu- from the Commission, provided that such use nications shall not cause harmful inter- shall be on a secondary basis and shall not ference to stations of other radio services op- cause harmful interference to services of erating in accordance with the allocation other licensees operating on regularly as- table. signed frequencies, and further provided that (29) In the State of Alaska only, the fre- all such use complies with the requirements quency 45.90 MHz is available for assignment of Federal, State and local laws. on a primary basis to private land mobile The provisions of § 90.429 of this part shall radio stations utilizing meteor burst commu- not apply to transmitters authorized under nications. The frequency may be used by this paragraph. To be eligible for operations common carrier stations for meteor burst in this manner, the transmitter must comply communications on a secondary, noninter- with all of the following requirements. ference basis. Usage shall be in accordance (i) In accordance with § 90.203 of this part with parts 22 and 90 of this chapter. Stations and § 2.803 of part 2 of this chapter, the trans- utilizing meteor burst communications shall mitter must be of a type which has been type not cause harmful interference to stations of accepted by the Commission. other radio services operating in accordance (ii) The carrier frequency shall be within with the allocation table. the bands of (30) Frequencies in this band will be as- 30.85–30.87 MHz 31.33–31.35 MHz signed for low power wireless microphones in 30.89–30.91 MHz 31.37–31.39 MHz accordance with the provisions of § 90.265. 30.93–30.95 MHz 31.41–31.43 MHz (31) This frequency is subject to the provi- 30.97–30.99 MHz 31.45–31.47 MHz sions of § 90.19(f)(5)(7). (32) This frequency is not available until 31.01–31.03 MHz 31.49–31.51 MHz August 18, 1996. After August 18, 1996 this fre- 31.05–31.07 MHz 31.53–31.55 MHz quency will be assigned with an authorized 31.09–31.11 MHz 31.57–31.59 MHz bandwidth not to exceed 6 kHz. 31.13–31.15 MHz 31.61–31.63 MHz (33) Assignment of frequencies in this band 31.17–31.19 MHz 31.65–31.67 MHz are subject to the provisions of § 90.173 31.21–31.23 MHz 31.69–31.71 MHz (34) This frequency is available for systems 31.25–31.27 MHz 31.73–31.75 MHz first licensed prior to August 18, 1995. No new 31.29–31.31 MHz 31.77–31.79 MHz

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31.81–31.83 MHz 46.05–46.60 MHz be limited to a total time of 1 second every 31.85–31.87 MHz 47.00–47.41 MHz minute. Applications for base stations oper- 31.89–31.91 MHz 150.995–151.490 MHz ating on this frequency shall require coordi- 31.93–31.95 MHz 153.740–154.445 MHz nation with the Federal Government. Appli- 31.97–32.00 MHz 154.635–155.195 MHz cants shall perform an analysis for each base 33.00–33.03 MHz 155.415–156.250 MHz station located within 169 km (105 miles) of a 33.05–33.07 MHz 158.715–159.465 MHz TV channel 7 transmitter of potential inter- 33.41–34.00 MHz 453.0125–453.9875 MHz ference to TV channel 7 viewers. Such sta- 37.00–37.43 MHz 458.0125–458.9875 MHz tions will be authorized if the applicant has 37.89–38.00 MHz 460.0125–460.5125 MHz limited the interference contour to fewer 39.00–40.00 MHz 460.5625–460.6375 MHz than 100 residences or if the applicant: 42.00–42.91 MHz 462.9375–462.9875 MHz (i) Shows that the proposed site is the only 44.61–45.91 MHz 465.0125–465.5125 MHz suitable location; 45.93–45.95 MHz 465.5625–465.6375 MHz (ii) Develops a plan to control any inter- 45.97–45.99 MHz 467.9375–467.9875 MHz ference caused to TV reception from the op- 46.01–46.03 MHz erations; and and must be maintained within 0.005 percent (iii) Agrees to make such adjustments in of the frequency of operation. Use on as- the TV receivers affected as may be nec- signed channel center frequencies is not re- essary to eliminate interference caused by quired. its operations. The licensee must eliminate (iii) The emitted signal shall be non-voice any interference caused by its operation to modulation (type PO emission). TV channel 7 reception within 30 days of the (iv) The maximum occupied bandwidth, time it is notified in writing by the Commis- containing 99 percent of the radiated power, sion. If this interference is not removed shall not exceed 2.0 kHz. within the 30-day period, operation of the (v) The transmitter output power shall not base station must be discontinued. The li- exceed a mean power of 30 mW nor shall any censee is expected to help resolve all com- peak exceed 1 watt peak power, as measured plaints of interference. into a 50 ohm resistive load. Should the (g) Limitation on number of frequencies as- transmitter be supplied with a permanently signable. Normally only one base and one mo- attached antenna or should the transmitter bile station frequency, will be assigned for and antenna combination be contained in a mobile service operations by a single appli- sealed unit, the following standard may be cant in a given area. The assignment of an used in lieu of the above: The field strength additional frequency or pair of frequencies of the fundamental signal of the transmitter will be made only upon a satisfactory show- and antenna combination shall not exceed 0.4 ing of need, except that: V/m mean or 2.3 V/m peak when measured at (1) Additional frequencies above 25 MHz a distance of 3 meters. may be assigned in connection with oper- (vi) The transmitter shall contain positive ation of mobile repeaters in accordance with means to limit the transmission time to no § 90.247, notwithstanding this limitation. more than 10 days. In the event of a malfunc- (2) The frequency 39.06 MHz may be as- tion of this positive means, the transmitter signed notwithstanding this limitation. signal shall cease. The use of battery life to (3) A licensee may use, without special au- accomplish the transmission time limitation thorization from the Commission, any mo- is permissible. bile service frequency between 40 and 952 (6) Frequencies in the 421–430 MHz band are MHz, listed in subpart B of this part of the available in the Detroit, Cleveland, and Buf- rules, for communications in connection falo areas in accordance with the rules in with physical surveillance, stakeouts, raids, §§ 90.273 through 90.281. and other such activities. Such use shall be (7) The frequency 173.075 MHz is available on a secondary basis to operations of licens- for stolen vehicle recovery systems on a ees regularly authorized on the assigned fre- shared basis with the Federal Government. quencies. The maximum output power that Stolen vehicle recovery systems are limited may be used for such communications is 2 to recovering stolen vehicles and are not au- watts. Transmitters, operating under this thorized for general purpose vehicle tracking provision of the rules, shall be exempted or monitoring. Mobile transmitters operat- from the station identification requirements ing on this frequency are limited to 2.5 watts of § 90.425. Use of Public Safety frequencies power output and base transmitters are lim- not listed in paragraph (d) of this section is ited 300 watts ERP. F1D and F2D emissions conditional on the approval of the coordina- may be used within a maximum authorized tor corresponding to each frequency. Spread 20 kHz bandwidth. Transmissions from mo- spectrum transmitters may be operated on biles shall be limited to 200 milliseconds Public Safety frequencies between 37 and 952 every 10 seconds, except that when a vehicle MHz, providing that they are type accepted is being tracked actively, transmissions may by the Commission under the provisions of be increased to 200 milliseconds every sec- §§ 2.803 and 90.203 of the rules, and meet the ond. Transmissions from base stations will following conditions:

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(i) Frequency hopping transmitters can be for transmission of communications essen- operated, with a maximum output power of 2 tial to official fire activities of the licensee. watts, on any Public Safety mobile service Applications from persons or organizations frequency between 37 and 952 MHz listed in other than governmental entities must be subpart B of this part. At least 20 hopping accompanied by a statement from the gov- frequencies shall be used and the average ernmental entity having legal jurisdiction time of occupancy on any frequency shall over the area to be served, supporting the re- not be greater than 1⁄10 second in every 2 sec- quest. onds; (b) Frequencies available. The following (ii) Use of spread spectrum transmitters table indicates frequencies available for as- under this section of the rules is subject to signment to stations in the Fire Radio Serv- approval by the applicable frequency coordi- ice, together with the class of station(s) to nator of the radio services of the district in which they are normally assigned and the which the license and equipment are to be specific assignment limitations which are used. explained in paragraph (c) of this section: (iii) The use of direct sequence spread spec- trum equipment is also permitted. Equip- FIRE RADIO SERVICE FREQUENCY TABLE

ment must meet the technical standards of Frequency or band Class of station(s) Limita- 47 CFR 15.247. tions (4) In addition to the frequencies assigned Kilohertz for mobile service operation, one base sta- tion frequency above 152 MHz may be as- 1630 ...... Base or mobile ...... signed as a common frequency to all licens- Megahertz ees in a particular area to permit intersys- 33.42 ...... Mobile or fixed ...... 1 tem communication between base stations or 33.44 ...... Base or mobile ...... mobile stations or both. This frequency, use 33.46 ...... Mobile ...... will not be authorized in any area where all 33.48 ...... Base or mobile ...... 33.50 ...... Mobile ...... available frequencies are required for inde- 33.52 ...... Base or mobile ...... pendent systems. 33.54 ...... Mobile ...... (5) Frequencies in the 25–50 MHz, 150–170 33.56 ...... Base or mobile ...... 33.58 ...... Mobile ...... MHz, 450–512 MHz and 902–928 MHz bands may 33.60 ...... Base or mobile ...... be assigned for the operation of Location and 33.62 ...... Mobile ...... Monitoring Service (LMS) systems in ac- 33.64 ...... Base or mobile ...... 33.66 ...... Mobile ...... cordance with the provisions of subpart M of 33.68 ...... Base or mobile ...... this part, notwithstanding this limitation. 33.70 ...... do ...... (6) A licensee of a radio station in this 33.72 ...... do ...... 33.74 ...... do ...... service may operate radio units for the pur- 33.76 ...... do ...... pose of determining distance, direction, 33.78 ...... do ...... speed, or position by means of a radio- 33.80 ...... do ...... 33.82 ...... do ...... location device on any frequency available 33.84 ...... do ...... for radiolocation purposes without specific 33.86 ...... do ...... authorization from the Commission, pro- 33.88 ...... do ...... 33.90 ...... do ...... vided type accepted equipment or equipment 33.92 ...... do ...... authorized pursuant to § 90.203(b)(4) and (5) is 33.94 ...... do ...... used and all other rule requirements are sat- 33.96 ...... do ...... 33.98 ...... do ...... isfied. 45.88 ...... do ...... 2 46.06 ...... do ...... (Secs. 4, 303, 307, 48 Stat., as amended, 1066, 46.08 ...... do ...... 1082, 1083; 47 U.S.C. 154, 303, 307; secs. 4(i) and 46.10 ...... do ...... 303(r), Communications Act of 1934, as 46.12 ...... do ...... 46.14 ...... do ...... amended, §§ 0.131 and 0.331 of the Commis- 46.16 ...... do ...... sion’s Rules and 5 U.S.C. 553 (b)(3)(B) and 46.18 ...... do ...... (d)(3)) 46.20 ...... do ...... 46.22 ...... Mobile ...... [43 FR 54791, Nov. 22, 1978] 46.24 ...... do ...... 46.26 ...... do ...... EDITORIAL NOTE: For FEDERAL REGISTER ci- 46.28 ...... do ...... 46.30 ...... Mobile or fixed ...... 1 tations affecting § 90.19, see the List of CFR 46.32 ...... Mobile ...... Sections Affected in the Finding Aids sec- 46.34 ...... do ...... tion of this volume. 46.36 ...... Base or mobile ...... 46.38 ...... do ...... 46.40 ...... do ...... § 90.21 Fire Radio Service. 46.42 ...... do ...... (a) Eligibility. Any territory, possession, 46.44 ...... do ...... 46.46 ...... do ...... state, county, city, town, or similar govern- 46.48 ...... do ...... mental entity, and persons or organizations 46.50 ...... do ...... charged with specific fire protection activi- 72.00 to 76.00 ...... Operational fixed ...... 3 72.44 ...... Mobile ...... 19 ties are eligible to hold authorizations in the 72.48 ...... do ...... 19 Fire Radio Service to operate radio stations 72.52 ...... do ...... 19

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Limita- Limita- Frequency or band Class of station(s) tions Frequency or band Class of station(s) tions

72.56 ...... do ...... 19 453.1875 ...... Mobile ...... 22 72.60 ...... do ...... 19 453.200 ...... Base or mobile ...... 7 75.44 ...... do ...... 19 453.20625 ...... do ...... 7, 20 75.48 ...... do ...... 19 453.21250 ...... do ...... 7, 16 75.52 ...... do ...... 19 453.21875 ...... do ...... 7, 20 75.56 ...... do ...... 19 453.2375 ...... Mobile ...... 22 75.60 ...... do ...... 19 453.250 ...... Base or mobile ...... 7 150 to 170 ...... Base or mobile ...... 21, 23 453.25625 ...... do ...... 7, 20 153.77 ...... Mobile ...... 453.26250 ...... do ...... 7, 16 153.7775 ...... do ...... 16 453.26875 ...... do ...... 7, 20 153.83 ...... Mobile ...... 18 453.2875 ...... Mobile ...... 22 153.8375 ...... do ...... 18, 16 453.300 ...... Base or mobile ...... 7 153.890 ...... Mobile ...... 453.30625 ...... do ...... 7, 20 153.8975 ...... do ...... 16 453.31250 ...... do ...... 7, 16 153.950 ...... do ...... 453.31875 ...... do ...... 7, 20 153.9575 ...... do ...... 16 453.3375 ...... Mobile ...... 22 154.010 ...... do ...... 453.350 ...... Base or mobile ...... 7 154.0175 ...... do ...... 16 453.35625 ...... do ...... 7, 20 154.070 ...... do ...... 4 453.36250 ...... do ...... 7, 16 154.0775 ...... do ...... 4, 16 453.36875 ...... do ...... 7, 20 154.130 ...... Base or mobile ...... 4 453.3875 ...... Mobile ...... 22 154.1375 ...... do ...... 4, 16 453.400 ...... Base or mobile ...... 7 154.145 ...... do ...... 4 453.40625 ...... do ...... 7, 20 154.1525 ...... do ...... 4, 16 453.41250 ...... do ...... 7, 16 154.160 ...... do ...... 4 453.41875 ...... do ...... 7, 20 154.1675 ...... do ...... 4, 16 453.4375 ...... Mobile ...... 22 154.175 ...... do ...... 4 453.450 ...... Base or mobile ...... 7 154.1825 ...... do ...... 4, 16 453.45625 ...... do ...... 7, 20 154.190 ...... do ...... 4 453.46250 ...... do ...... 7, 16 154.1975 ...... do ...... 4, 16 453.46875 ...... do ...... 7, 20 154.205 ...... do ...... 4 453.4875 ...... Mobile ...... 22 154.2125 ...... do ...... 4, 16 453.500 ...... Base or mobile ...... 7 154.220 ...... do ...... 4 453.50625 ...... do ...... 7, 20 154.2275 ...... do ...... 4, 16 453.51250 ...... do ...... 7, 16 154.235 ...... do ...... 4 453.51875 ...... do ...... 7, 20 154.2425 ...... do ...... 4, 16 453.5375 ...... Mobile ...... 22 154.250 ...... do ...... 4 453.550 ...... Base or mobile ...... 7 154.2575 ...... do ...... 4, 16 453.55625 ...... do ...... 7, 20 154.265 ...... do ...... 2, 4 453.56250 ...... do ...... 7, 16 154.2725 ...... do ...... 2, 4, 16 453.56875 ...... do ...... 7, 20 154.280 ...... do ...... 2, 4 453.5875 ...... Mobile ...... 22 154.2875 ...... do ...... 2, 4, 16 453.600 ...... Base or mobile ...... 7 154.295 ...... do ...... 2, 4 453.60625 ...... do ...... 7, 20 154.3025 ...... do ...... 2, 4, 16 453.61250 ...... do ...... 7, 16 154.310 ...... do ...... 4 453.61875 ...... do ...... 7, 20 154.3175 ...... do ...... 4, 16 453.6375 ...... Mobile ...... 22 154.325 ...... do ...... 4 453.650 ...... Base or mobile ...... 7 154.3325 ...... do ...... 4, 16 453.65625 ...... do ...... 7, 20 154.340 ...... do ...... 4 453.66250 ...... do ...... 7, 16 154.3475 ...... do ...... 4, 16 453.66875 ...... do ...... 7, 20 154.355 ...... do ...... 4 453.6875 ...... Mobile ...... 22 154.3625 ...... do ...... 4, 26 453.700 ...... Base or mobile ...... 7 154.370 ...... do ...... 4 453.70625 ...... do ...... 7, 20 154.3775 ...... do ...... 4, 16 453.71250 ...... do ...... 7, 16 154.385 ...... do ...... 4 453.71875 ...... do ...... 7, 20 154.3925 ...... do ...... 4, 16 453.7375 ...... Mobile ...... 22 154.400 ...... do ...... 4 453.750 ...... Base or mobile ...... 7 154.4075 ...... do ...... 4, 16 453.75625 ...... do ...... 7, 20 154.415 ...... do ...... 4 453.76250 ...... do ...... 7, 16 154.4225 ...... do ...... 4, 16 453.76875 ...... do ...... 7, 20 154.430 ...... do ...... 4 453.7875 ...... Mobile ...... 22 154.4375 ...... do ...... 4, 16 453.800 ...... Base or mobile ...... 7 154.445 ...... do ...... 4 453.80625 ...... do ...... 7, 20 154.4525 ...... do ...... 4, 16 453.81250 ...... do ...... 7, 16 166.250 ...... do ...... 5 453.81875 ...... do ...... 7, 20 169±172 ...... Mobile ...... 14 453.8375 ...... Mobile ...... 7, 22 170.150 ...... Base or mobile ...... 5 453.850 ...... Base or mobile ...... 7 220±222 ...... Base and mobile ...... 17 453.85625 ...... do ...... 7, 20 450±470 ...... Fixed, base, or mobile ...... 6, 21 453.86250 ...... do ...... 7, 16 453.0375 ...... Mobile ...... 22 453.86875 ...... do ...... 7, 20 453.050 ...... Base or mobile ...... 7 453.8875 ...... Mobile ...... 22 453.05625 ...... do ...... 20 453.900 ...... Base or mobile ...... 7 453.06250 ...... do ...... 16 453.90625 ...... do ...... 7, 20 453.06875 ...... do ...... 20 453.91250 ...... do ...... 7, 16 453.0875 ...... Mobile ...... 22 453.91875 ...... do ...... 7, 20 453.100 ...... Base or mobile ...... 7 453.9375 ...... Mobile ...... 22 453.10625 ...... do ...... 7, 20 453.950 ...... Base or mobile ...... 7 453.11250 ...... do ...... 7, 16 453.95625 ...... do ...... 7, 20 453.11875 ...... do ...... 7, 20 453.96250 ...... do ...... 7, 16 453.1375 ...... Mobile ...... 22 453.96875 ...... do ...... 7, 20 453.150 ...... Base or mobile ...... 7 458.0375 ...... Mobile ...... 22 453.15625 ...... do ...... 7, 20 458.050 ...... do ...... 7 453.16250 ...... do ...... 7, 16 458.05625 ...... do ...... 7, 20 453.16875 ...... do ...... 7, 20 458.06250 ...... do ...... 7, 16

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FIRE RADIO SERVICE FREQUENCY TABLEÐContinued FIRE RADIO SERVICE FREQUENCY TABLEÐContinued

Limita- Frequency or band Class of station(s) Limita- Frequency or band Class of station(s) tions tions

458.06875 ...... do ...... 7, 20 458.91250 ...... do ...... 7, 16 458.0875 ...... do ...... 22 458.91875 ...... do ...... 7, 20 458.100 ...... do ...... 7 458.9375 ...... do ...... 22 458.10625 ...... do ...... 7, 20 458.950 ...... do ...... 7 458.11250 ...... do ...... 7, 16 458.95625 ...... do ...... 7, 20 458.11875 ...... do ...... 7, 20 458.96250 ...... do ...... 7, 16 458.1375 ...... do ...... 22 458.96875 ...... do ...... 7, 20 458.150 ...... do ...... 7 460.5125 ...... Mobile ...... 22 458.15625 ...... do ...... 7, 20 460.525 ...... Base or mobile ...... 8 458.16250 ...... do ...... 7, 16 460.53125 ...... do ...... 8, 20 458.16875 ...... do ...... 7, 20 460.53750 ...... do ...... 8, 16 458.1875 ...... do ...... 22 460.54375 ...... do ...... 8, 20 458.200 ...... do ...... 7 460.550 ...... do ...... 8 458.20625 ...... do ...... 7, 20 460.55625 ...... do ...... 8, 20 458.21250 ...... do ...... 7, 16 460.56250 ...... do ...... 8, 16 458.21875 ...... do ...... 7, 20 460.56875 ...... do ...... 8, 20 458.2375 ...... do ...... 22 460.575 ...... do ...... 458.250 ...... do ...... 7 460.58125 ...... do ...... 20 458.25625 ...... do ...... 7, 20 460.58750 ...... do ...... 16 458.26250 ...... do ...... 7, 16 460.59375 ...... do ...... 20 458.26875 ...... do ...... 7, 20 460.600 ...... do ...... 458.2875 ...... do ...... 22 460.60625 ...... do ...... 20 458.300 ...... do ...... 7 460.61250 ...... do ...... 16 458.30625 ...... do ...... 7, 20 460.61875 ...... do ...... 20 458.31250 ...... do ...... 7, 16 460.625 ...... do ...... 460.63125 ...... do ...... 20 458.31875 ...... do ...... 7, 20 460.63750 ...... do ...... 16 458.3375 ...... do ...... 22 460.64375 ...... do ...... 20 458.350 ...... do ...... 7 465.5125 ...... Mobile ...... 22 458.35625 ...... do ...... 7, 20 465.525 ...... do ...... 8 458.36250 ...... do ...... 7, 16 465.53125 ...... do ...... 8, 20 458.36875 ...... do ...... 7, 20 465.53750 ...... do ...... 8, 16 458.3875 ...... do ...... 22 465.54375 ...... do ...... 8, 20 458.400 ...... do ...... 7 465.550 ...... do ...... 8 458.40625 ...... do ...... 7, 20 465.55625 ...... do ...... 8, 20 458.41250 ...... do ...... 7, 16 465.56250 ...... do ...... 8, 16 458.41875 ...... do ...... 7, 20 465.56875 ...... do ...... 8, 20 458.4375 ...... do ...... 22 465.575 ...... do ...... 458.450 ...... do ...... 7 465.58125 ...... do ...... 20 458.45625 ...... do ...... 7, 20 465.58750 ...... do ...... 16 458.46250 ...... do ...... 7, 16 465.59375 ...... do ...... 20 458.46875 ...... do ...... 7, 20 465.600 ...... do ...... 458.4875 ...... do ...... 22 465.60625 ...... do ...... 20 458.500 ...... do ...... 7 465.61250 ...... do ...... 16 458.50625 ...... do ...... 7, 20 465.61875 ...... do ...... 20 458.51250 ...... do ...... 7, 16 465.625 ...... do ...... 458.51875 ...... do ...... 7, 20 465.63125 ...... do ...... 20 458.5375 ...... do ...... 22 465.63750 ...... do ...... 16 458.550 ...... do ...... 7 465.64375 ...... do ...... 20 458.55625 ...... do ...... 7, 20 470±512 ...... Base or mobile ...... 9 458.56250 ...... do ...... 7, 16 806±824 ...... Mobile ...... 10 458.56875 ...... do ...... 7, 20 851±869 ...... Base or mobile ...... 10 458.5875 ...... do ...... 22 928 and above ...... Operational fixed ...... 11 458.600 ...... do ...... 7 929±930 ...... Base only ...... 15 458.60625 ...... do ...... 7, 20 1427 to 1435 ...... Operational fixed, base or 12 458.61250 ...... do ...... 7, 16 mobile. 458.61875 ...... do ...... 7, 20 2450 to 2500 ...... Base or mobile ...... 13 458.6375 ...... do ...... 22 10,550 to 10,680* ...... do ...... 458.650 ...... do ...... 7 * The frequencies in the band 10.55±1068 GHz are available for Digital 458.65625 ...... do ...... 7, 20 Termination Systems and for associated internodal links in the Point-to- 458.66250 ...... do ...... 7, 16 Point Microwave Radio Service. No new licenses will be issued under this 458.66875 ...... do ...... 7, 20 subpart but current licenses will be renewed. 458.6875 ...... do ...... 22 458.700 ...... do ...... 7 (c) Explanation of assignment limitations 458.70625 ...... do ...... 7, 20 appearing in the frequency table of para- 458.71250 ...... do ...... 7, 16 graph (b) of this section: 458.71875 ...... do ...... 7, 20 458.7375 ...... do ...... 22 (1) The maximum output power of any 458.750 ...... do ...... 7 transmitter authorized to operate on this 458.75625 ...... do ...... 7, 20 frequency shall not exceed 10 watts. 458.76250 ...... do ...... 7, 16 458.76875 ...... do ...... 7, 20 (2) This frequency is reserved for assign- 458.7875 ...... do ...... 22 ment to stations in this service for intersys- 458.800 ...... do ...... 7 tem operations only and these operations 458.80625 ...... do ...... 7, 20 458.81250 ...... do ...... 7, 16 must be primarily base-mobile communica- 458.81875 ...... do ...... 7, 20 tions. 458.8375 ...... do ...... 22 (3) The frequencies available for use at 458.850 ...... do ...... 7 458.85625 ...... do ...... 7, 20 operational fixed stations in the band 72–76 458.86250 ...... do ...... 7, 16 MHz are listed in § 90.257(a)(1). These fre- 458.86875 ...... do ...... 7, 20 quencies are shared with other services and 458.8875 ...... do ...... 22 458.900 ...... do ...... 7 are available only in accordance with the 458.90625 ...... do ...... 7, 20 provisions of § 90.257.

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(4) This frequency is not available for as- nation is required. All communications on signment to stations in this service in Puer- this frequency must be conducted with per- to Rico or the Virgin Islands. sons or organizations charged with specific (5) This frequency may be assigned to sta- fire protection responsibility. All operations tions in the Fire Radio Service, only at on this frequency are subject to the provi- points within 240 km. (150 mi.) of New York, sions of § 90.257(b). NY. (20) This frequency is not available until (6) The requirements for secondary fixed August 18, 1996. After August 18, 1996 this fre- use of frequencies in this band are set forth quency will be assigned with an authorized in § 90.261. bandwidth not to exceed 6 kHz. (7) This frequency is available in this serv- (21) Assignment of frequencies in this band ice on a shared basis with all other Public- are subject to the provisions of § 90.173 Safety Radio Services. (22) This frequency is available for systems (8) This frequency is shared with the Police first licensed prior to August 18, 1995. No new and Emergency Medical Radio Services. systems will be authorized after August 18, (9) Subpart L contains rules for assignment 1995, but prior authorized systems may be of frequencies in the 470–512 MHz band. modified, expanded, and renewed. (10) Subpart S contains rules for assign- (23) Licensees as of August 18, 1995 who op- ment of frequencies in the 806–824 MHz and erate systems that are 2.5 kHz removed from 851–869 MHz bands. regularly assignable frequencies may con- (11) Assignment of frequencies above 928 tinue to operate on a secondary, non-inter- MHz for operational-fixed stations is gov- ference basis after August 1, 2003. erned by part 94 of this chapter. (d) Additional frequencies available. In addi- (12) This frequency band is available to sta- tion to the frequencies shown in the fre- tions in this service subject to the provisions quency table of this section, the following of § 90.259. frequencies are available in this service. (See (13) Available only on a shared basis with also § 90.253.) stations in other services, and subject to no (1) Substitution of frequencies available protection from interference due to the oper- below 25 MHz may be made in accordance ation of industrial, scientific, or medical with the provisions of § 90.263. (ISM) devices. In the 2483.5–2500 MHz band, (2) [Reserved] no applications for new stations or modifica- (3) Frequencies in the band 73.0–74.6 MHz tion to existing stations to increase the may be assigned to stations authorized their number of transmitters will be accepted. Ex- use on or before December 1, 1961, but no new isting licensees as of July 25, 1985, or on a stations will be authorized in this band, nor subsequent date following as a result of sub- will expansion of existing systems be per- mitting an application for license on or be- mitted. (See also § 90.257.) fore July 25, 1985, are grandfathered and (4) The frequency bands 31.99 to 32.00 MHz, their operation is co-primary with the 33.00 to 33.01 MHz, 33.99 to 34.00 MHz, 37.93 to Radiodetermination Satellite Service. 38.00 MHz, 39.00 to 39.01 MHz, 39.99 to 40.00 (14) Frequencies in this band will be as- MHz and 42.00 to 42.01 MHz, are available for signed for low power wireless microphones in assignment for developmental operation sub- accordance with the provisions of § 90.265. ject to the provisions of subpart Q. (15) Frequencies in this band are available (5) Frequencies in the 421–430 MHz band are only for one-way paging operations in ac- available in the Detroit, Cleveland, and Buf- cordance with § 90.494. falo areas in accordance with the rules in (16) This frequency is not available in the §§ 90.273 through 90.281. 150–170 MHz band until August 18, 1996. This (e) Limitation on number of frequencies as- frequency will be assigned with an author- signable. Normally only two frequencies or ized bandwidth not to exceed 11.25 kHz. In pairs of frequencies in the paired frequency the 450–470 MHz band, secondary telemetry mode of operation, will be assigned for mo- operations pursuant to § 90.238(e) will be au- bile service operations by a single applicant thorized on this frequency. in a given area. The assignment of an addi- (17) Subpart T contains rules for assign- tional frequency or pair of frequencies will ment of frequencies in the 220–222 MHz band. be made only upon a satisfactory showing of (18) The maximum output power of any need, except that: transmitter authorized to operate on this (1) Additional frequencies above 25 MHz frequency shall not exceed 100 watts. Sta- may be assigned in connection with the oper- tions authorized prior to July 15, 1992 for ation of mobile repeaters in accordance with fixed operations will be permitted to con- § 90.247, notwithstanding this limitation. tinue such operations, but at a maximum (2) The assignment of an additional fre- transmitter power output of 10 watts. quency or frequencies may be authorized (19) This frequency is available to the Fire notwithstanding this limitation for common, Radio Service for fire call box operations on intra-county, intra-fire-district, or intra- a shared basis in the Manufacturers, Forest state fire coordination operations. The fre- Products, Special Industrial, Railroad, and quency or frequencies requested must be in Fire Radio Services and interservice coordi- accordance with a frequency utilization plan,

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for the area involved, on file with the Com- HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE RADIO SERVICE FREQUENCY TABLEÐ mission. Continued (3) Frequencies in the 25–50 MHz, 150–170 Limita- MHz, 450–512 MHz and 902–928 MHz bands may Frequency or band Class of station(s) tions

be assigned for the operation of Location and 47.10 ...... do ...... 2, 17 Monitoring Service (LMS) systems in ac- 47.12 ...... do ...... 2, 17 cordance with the provisions of subpart M of 47.14 ...... do ...... 2, 17 47.16 ...... do ...... 2, 17 this part, notwithstanding this limitation. 47.18 ...... do ...... 2, 17 (4) A licensee of a radio station in this 47.20 ...... do ...... 2, 17 service may operate radio units for the pur- 47.22 ...... do ...... 2, 17 47.24 ...... do ...... 2, 17 pose of determining distance, direction, 47.26 ...... do ...... 2, 17 speed, or position by means of a radio- 47.28 ...... do ...... 2, 17 location device on any frequency available 47.30 ...... do ...... 2, 17 47.32 ...... do ...... 2, 17 for radiolocation purposes without specific 47.34 ...... do ...... 2, 17 authorization from the Commission, pro- 47.36 ...... do ...... 2, 17 vided type accepted equipment or equipment 47.38 ...... do ...... 2, 17 47.40 ...... do ...... 2, 17 authorized pursuant to § 90.203(b) (4) and (5) 72.00 to 76.00 ...... Operational fixed ...... 3 is used and all other rule requirements are 150 to 170 ...... Base or mobile ...... 21, 24 satisfied. 150.995 ...... do ...... 4 151.0025 ...... do ...... 4, 18 (Secs. 4, 303, 307, 48 Stat., as amended, 1066, 151.010 ...... do ...... 4 151.0175 ...... do ...... 4, 18 1082, 1083; 47 U.S.C. 154, 303, 307; secs. 4(i) and 151.025 ...... do ...... 4 303(r), Communications Act of 1934, as 151.0325 ...... do ...... 4, 18 151.040 ...... do ...... 4 amended, §§ 0.131 and 0.331 of the Commis- 151.0475 ...... do ...... 4, 18 sion’s Rules and 5 U.S.C. 553 (b)(3)(B) and 151.055 ...... do ...... 4 (d)(3)) 151.070 ...... do ...... 4, 22 151.085 ...... do ...... 4 [43 FR 54791, Nov. 22, 1978] 151.0925 ...... do ...... 4, 18 151.100 ...... do ...... 4 EDITORIAL NOTE: For FEDERAL REGISTER ci- 151.1075 ...... do ...... 4, 18 151.115 ...... do ...... 4 tations affecting § 90.21, see the List of CFR 151.1225 ...... do ...... 4, 18 Sections Affected in the Finding Aids sec- 151.130 ...... do ...... 4 tion of this volume. 151.1375 ...... do ...... 4, 18 156.045 ...... Mobile ...... 14 156.0525 ...... do ...... 14, 18 § 90.23 Highway Maintenance Radio Service. 156.060 ...... do ...... 14 (a) Eligibility. Any territory, possession, 156.0675 ...... do ...... 14, 18 156.075 ...... do ...... State, county, city, town, and similar gov- 156.0825 ...... do ...... 18 ernmental entity is eligible to hold author- 156.105 ...... Base or mobile ...... izations in the Highway Maintenance Radio 156.1125 ...... do ...... 18 156.120 ...... do ...... Service to operate stations for transmission 156.1275 ...... do ...... 18 of communications essential to official high- 156.135 ...... do ...... way activities of the licensee. 156.1425 ...... do ...... 18 156.165 ...... do ...... 5, 14 (b) Frequencies available. The following 156.1725 ...... do ...... 5, 14, 18 table indicates frequencies available for as- 156.180 ...... do ...... 5, 14 signment to stations in the Highway Mainte- 156.1875 ...... do ...... 5, 14, 18 156.195 ...... do ...... 5 nance Radio Service, together with the class 156.2025 ...... do ...... 5, 18 of station(s) to which they are normally as- 156.225 ...... do ...... 5 signed and the specific assignment limita- 156.2325 ...... do ...... 5, 18 156.240 ...... do ...... 5 tions which are explained in paragraph (c) of 156.2475 ...... do ...... 5, 20 this section: 158.985 ...... Mobile ...... 5 158.9925 ...... do ...... 5, 18 HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE RADIO SERVICE FREQUENCY TABLE 159.000 ...... do ...... 5 159.0075 ...... do ...... 5, 18 Frequency or band Class of station(s) Limita- 159.015 ...... do ...... 5 tions 159.0225 ...... do ...... 5, 18 159.045 ...... do ...... 5 Megahertz 159.0525 ...... do ...... 5, 18 159.060 ...... do ...... 5 33.02 ...... Base or mobile ...... 1 159.0675 ...... do ...... 5, 18 33.06 ...... do ...... 1 159.075 ...... do ...... 5 33.10 ...... do ...... 1 159.0825 ...... do ...... 5, 18 37.90 ...... do ...... 1 37.92 ...... do ...... 159.105 ...... Base or mobile ...... 5 37.94 ...... do ...... 1 159.1125 ...... do ...... 5, 18 37.96 ...... do ...... 159.120 ...... do ...... 5 37.98 ...... do ...... 1 159.1275 ...... do ...... 5, 18 45.68 ...... do ...... 159.135 ...... do ...... 5 45.72 ...... do ...... 159.1425 ...... do ...... 5, 18 45.76 ...... do ...... 159.165 ...... do ...... 5 45.80 ...... do ...... 159.1725 ...... do ...... 5, 18 45.84 ...... do ...... 159.180 ...... do ...... 47.02 ...... do ...... 2, 17 159.1875 ...... do ...... 18 47.04 ...... do ...... 2, 17 159.195 ...... do ...... 47.06 ...... do ...... 2, 17 159.2025 ...... do ...... 18 47.08 ...... do ...... 2, 17 169±172 ...... Mobile ...... 15

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HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE RADIO SERVICE FREQUENCY TABLEÐ HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE RADIO SERVICE FREQUENCY TABLEÐ Continued Continued

Limita- Limita- Frequency or band Class of station(s) tions Frequency or band Class of station(s) tions

220±222 ...... Base and mobile ...... 19 453.850 ...... Base or mobile ...... 8 450±470 ...... Fixed, base, or mobile ...... 7, 21 453.85625 ...... do ...... 8, 20 453.0375 ...... Mobile ...... 23 453.86250 ...... do ...... 8, 18 453.050 ...... Base or mobile ...... 8 453.86875 ...... do ...... 8, 20 453.05625 ...... do ...... 8, 20 453.8875 ...... Mobile ...... 23 453.06250 ...... do ...... 8, 18 453.900 ...... Base or mobile ...... 8 453.06875 ...... do ...... 8, 20 453.90625 ...... do ...... 8, 20 453.0875 ...... Mobile ...... 23 453.91250 ...... do ...... 8, 18 453.100 ...... Base or mobile ...... 8 453.91875 ...... do ...... 8, 20 453.10625 ...... do ...... 8, 20 453.9375 ...... Mobile ...... 23 453.11250 ...... do ...... 8, 18 453.950 ...... Base or mobile ...... 8 453.11875 ...... do ...... 8, 20 453.95625 ...... do ...... 8, 20 453.1375 ...... Mobile ...... 23 453.96250 ...... do ...... 8, 18 453.150 ...... Base or mobile ...... 8 453.96875 ...... do ...... 8, 20 453.15625 ...... do ...... 8, 20 458.0375 ...... Mobile ...... 23 453.16250 ...... do ...... 8, 18 458.050 ...... do ...... 8 453.16875 ...... do ...... 8, 20 458.05625 ...... do ...... 8, 20 453.1875 ...... Mobile ...... 23 458.06250 ...... do ...... 8, 18 453.200 ...... Base or mobile ...... 8 458.06875 ...... do ...... 8, 20 453.20625 ...... do ...... 8, 20 458.0875 ...... do ...... 23 453.21250 ...... do ...... 8, 18 458.100 ...... do ...... 8 453.21875 ...... do ...... 8, 20 458.10625 ...... do ...... 8, 20 453.2375 ...... Mobile ...... 23 458.11250 ...... do ...... 8, 18 453.250 ...... Base or mobile ...... 8 458.11875 ...... do ...... 8, 20 453.25625 ...... do ...... 8, 20 458.1375 ...... do ...... 23 453.26250 ...... do ...... 8, 18 458.150 ...... do ...... 8 453.26875 ...... do ...... 8, 20 458.15625 ...... do ...... 8, 20 453.2875 ...... Mobile ...... 23 458.16250 ...... do ...... 8, 18 453.300 ...... Base or mobile ...... 8 458.16875 ...... do ...... 8, 20 453.30625 ...... do ...... 8, 20 458.1875 ...... do ...... 23 453.31250 ...... do ...... 8, 18 458.200 ...... do ...... 8 453.31875 ...... do ...... 8, 20 458.20625 ...... do ...... 8, 20 453.3375 ...... Mobile ...... 23 458.21250 ...... do ...... 8, 18 453.350 ...... Base or mobile ...... 8 458.21875 ...... do ...... 8, 20 453.35625 ...... do ...... 8, 20 458.2375 ...... do ...... 23 453.36250 ...... do ...... 8, 18 458.250 ...... do ...... 8 453.36875 ...... do ...... 8, 20 458.25625 ...... do ...... 8, 20 453.3875 ...... Mobile ...... 23 458.26250 ...... do ...... 8, 18 453.400 ...... Base or mobile ...... 8 458.26875 ...... do ...... 8, 20 453.40625 ...... do ...... 8, 20 458.2875 ...... do ...... 23 453.41250 ...... do ...... 8, 18 458.300 ...... do ...... 8 453.41875 ...... do ...... 8, 20 458.30625 ...... do ...... 8, 20 453.4375 ...... Mobile ...... 23 458.31250 ...... do ...... 8, 18 453.450 ...... Base or mobile ...... 8 458.31875 ...... do ...... 8, 20 453.45625 ...... do ...... 8, 20 458.3375 ...... do ...... 23 453.46250 ...... do ...... 8, 18 458.350 ...... do ...... 8 453.46875 ...... do ...... 8, 20 458.35625 ...... do ...... 8, 20 453.4875 ...... Mobile ...... 23 458.36250 ...... do ...... 8, 18 453.500 ...... Base or mobile ...... 8 458.36875 ...... do ...... 8, 20 453.50625 ...... do ...... 8, 20 458.3875 ...... do ...... 23 453.51250 ...... do ...... 8, 18 458.400 ...... do ...... 8 453.51875 ...... do ...... 8, 20 458.40625 ...... do ...... 8, 20 453.5375 ...... Mobile ...... 23 458.41250 ...... do ...... 8, 18 453.550 ...... Base or mobile ...... 8 458.41875 ...... do ...... 8, 20 453.55625 ...... do ...... 8, 20 458.4375 ...... do ...... 23 453.56250 ...... do ...... 8, 18 458.450 ...... do ...... 8 453.56875 ...... do ...... 8, 20 458.45625 ...... do ...... 8, 20 453.5875 ...... Mobile ...... 23 458.46250 ...... do ...... 8, 18 453.600 ...... Base or mobile ...... 8 458.46875 ...... do ...... 8, 20 453.60625 ...... do ...... 8, 20 458.4875 ...... do ...... 23 453.61250 ...... do ...... 8, 18 458.500 ...... do ...... 8 453.61875 ...... do ...... 8, 20 458.50625 ...... do ...... 8, 20 453.6375 ...... Mobile ...... 23 458.51250 ...... do ...... 8, 18 453.650 ...... Base or mobile ...... 8 458.51875 ...... do ...... 8, 20 453.65625 ...... do ...... 8, 20 458.5375 ...... do ...... 23 453.66250 ...... do ...... 8, 18 458.550 ...... do ...... 8 453.66875 ...... do ...... 8, 20 458.55625 ...... do ...... 8, 20 453.6875 ...... Mobile ...... 23 458.56250 ...... do ...... 8, 18 453.700 ...... Base or mobile ...... 9 458.56875 ...... do ...... 8, 20 453.70625 ...... do ...... 9, 20 458.5875 ...... do ...... 23 453.71250 ...... do ...... 9, 18 458.600 ...... do ...... 8 453.71875 ...... do ...... 9, 20 458.60625 ...... do ...... 8, 20 453.7375 ...... Mobile ...... 23 458.61250 ...... do ...... 8, 18 453.750 ...... Base or mobile ...... 8 458.61875 ...... do ...... 8, 20 453.75625 ...... do ...... 8, 20 458.6375 ...... do ...... 23 453.76250 ...... do ...... 8, 18 458.650 ...... do ...... 8 453.76875 ...... do ...... 8, 20 458.65625 ...... do ...... 8, 20 453.7875 ...... Mobile ...... 23 458.66250 ...... do ...... 8, 18 453.800 ...... Base or mobile ...... 8 458.66875 ...... do ...... 8, 20 453.80625 ...... do ...... 8, 20 458.6875 ...... do ...... 23 453.81250 ...... do ...... 8, 18 458.700 ...... do ...... 8 453.81875 ...... do ...... 8, 20 458.70625 ...... do ...... 8, 20 453.8375 ...... Mobile ...... 23 458.71250 ...... do ...... 8, 18

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HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE RADIO SERVICE FREQUENCY TABLEÐ tinue on a secondary basis to any govern- Continued ment or non-government radio operation. Limita- (7) The requirements for secondary fixed Frequency or band Class of station(s) tions use of frequencies in this band are set forth in § 90.261. 458.71875 ...... do ...... 8, 20 458.7375 ...... do ...... 23 (8) This frequency is available in this serv- 458.750 ...... do ...... 8 ice on a shared basis with all other Public- 458.75625 ...... do ...... 8, 20 Safety Radio Services. 458.76250 ...... do ...... 8, 18 458.76875 ...... do ...... 8, 20 (9) Subpart L contains rules for assignment 458.7875 ...... do ...... 23 of frequencies in the 470–512 MHz band. 458.800 ...... do ...... 8 (10) Subpart S contains rules for assign- 458.80625 ...... do ...... 8, 20 458.81250 ...... do ...... 8, 18 ment of frequencies in the 806–824 MHz and 458.81875 ...... do ...... 8, 20 851–869 MHz bands. 458.8375 ...... do ...... 23 (11) Assignment of frequencies above 928 458.850 ...... do ...... 8 458.85625 ...... do ...... 8, 20 MHz for operational-fixed stations is gov- 458.86250 ...... do ...... 8, 18 erned by part 94 of this chapter. 458.86875 ...... do ...... 8, 20 (12) This frequency band is available to sta- 458.8875 ...... do ...... 23 tions in this service subject to the provisions 458.900 ...... do ...... 8 458.90625 ...... do ...... 8, 20 of § 90.259. 458.91250 ...... do ...... 8, 18 (13) Available only on a shared basis with 458.91875 ...... do ...... 8, 20 stations in other services, and subject to no 458.9375 ...... do ...... 23 458.950 ...... do ...... 8 protection from interference due to the oper- 458.95625 ...... do ...... 8, 20 ation of industrial, scientific, or medical 458.96250 ...... do ...... 8, 18 (ISM) devices. In the 2483.5–2500 MHz band, 458.96875 ...... do ...... 8, 20 470±512 ...... Base or mobile ...... 9 no applications for new or modification to 806±824 ...... Mobile ...... 10 existing stations to increase the number of 851±869 ...... Base or mobile ...... 10 transmitters will be accepted. Existing li- 928 and above ...... Operational-fixed ...... 11 929±930 ...... Base only ...... 16 censees as of July 25, 1985, or on a subsequent 1427±1435 ...... Operational fixed, base or 12 date following as a result of submitting an mobile. application for license on or before July 25, 2450±2500 ...... Base or mobile ...... 13 10,550 to 10,680* ...... do ...... 1985, are grandfathered and their operation is co-primary with the Radiodetermination * The frequencies in the band 10.55±10.68 GHz are available for Digital Termination Systems and for associated internodal links in the Point-to- Satellite Service. Point Microwave Radio Service. No new licenses will be issued under this subpart but current licenses will be renewed. (14) This frequency may not be assigned within 161 km (100 miles) of New Orleans (co- (c) Explanation of assignment limitations ordinates 29–56–53 N and 90–04–10 W). appearing in the frequency table of para- (15) Frequencies in this band will be as- graph (b) of this section: signed for low power wireless microphones in (1) This frequency is shared with the Spe- accordance with the provisions of § 90.265. cial Emergency Radio Service. (16) Frequencies in this band are available (2) This frequency will be assigned only in only for one-way paging operations in ac- accordance with a geographical assignment cordance with § 90.494. plan and is reserved primarily for assign- (17) Notwithstanding the provisions of lim- ment to Highway Maintenance systems oper- itation (2) above, this frequency may be used ated by states. The use of this frequency by by licensees in any of the Public Safety other Highway maintenance licensees will be Radio Services without a separate license for authorized only where such use is necessary the purpose of operating self-powered vehicle to coordinate activities with the particular detectors for traffic control and safety pur- state to which the frequency is assigned. poses, on a secondary basis, in accordance Any request for such use must be supported with § 90.269 of this chapter. by a statement from the state concerned. (18) This frequency is not available in the (3) The frequencies available for use at 150–170 MHz band until August 18, 1996. This operational fixed stations in the band 72–76 frequency will be assigned with an author- MHz are listed in § 90.257(a)(1). These fre- ized bandwidth not to exceed 11.25 kHz. In quencies, are shared with other services and the 450–470 MHz band, secondary telemetry are available only in accordance with the operations pursuant to § 90.238(e) will be au- provisions of § 90.257. thorized on this frequency. (4) This frequency is not available for as- (19) Subpart T contains rules for assign- signment to stations in the Highway Mainte- ment of frequencies in the 220–222 MHz band. nance Radio Service located in Puerto Rico (20) This frequency is not available until and the Virgin Islands. August 18, 1996. After August 18, 1996 this fre- (5) This frequency is reserved for assign- quency will be assigned with an authorized ment for use in highway maintenance sys- bandwidth not to exceed 6 kHz. tems operated by licenses other than States. (21) Assignment of frequencies in this band (6) This frequency is only assigned to High- are subject to the provisions of § 90.173. way Maintenance stations licensed for its (22) This frequency will be authorized a use prior to April 28, 1952. Such use may con- channel bandwidth of 25 kHz.

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(23) This frequency is available for systems Commission’s Rules and 5 U.S.C. 553 (b)(3)(B) first licensed prior to August 18, 1995. No new and (d)(3); 47 U.S.C. 154(i) and 303) systems will be authorized after August 18, [43 FR 54791, Nov. 22, 1978] 1995, but prior authorized systems may be modified, expanded, and renewed. EDITORIAL NOTE: For FEDERAL REGISTER ci- (24) Licensees as of August 18, 1995 who op- tations affecting § 90.23, see the List of CFR erate systems that are 2.5 kHz removed from Sections Affected in the Finding Aids sec- regularly assignable frequencies may con- tion of this volume. tinue to operate on a secondary, non-inter- ference basis after August 1, 2003. § 90.25 Forestry-Conservation Radio Service. (d) Additional frequencies available. In addi- (a) Eligibility. Any territory, possession, tion to the frequencies shown in the fre- State, county, city, town, and similiar gov- quency table of this section, the following ernmental entity, or persons or organiza- frequencies are available in this service. (See tions charged with specific forestry-con- also § 90.253.) servation activities are eligible to hold au- (1) [Reserved] thorizations in the Forestry-Conservation (2) The frequency bands 31.99 to 32.00 MHz, Radio Service to operate radio stations for 33.00 to 33.01 MHz, 33.00 to 33.01 MHz, 33.99 to transmission of communications essential to 34.00 MHz, 37.93 to 38.00 39.00 to 39.01 MHz, official forestry-conservation activities of 39.99 to 40.00 MHz and 42.00 to 42.01 MHz are the licensee. Application from persons or or- available for assignment for developmental ganizations other than governmental enti- operation subject to the provisions of sub- ties must be accompanied by a statement part Q. from the governmental entity having legal jurisdiction over the area to be served, sup- (3) Frequencies in the band 73.0–74.6 MHz porting the request. may be assigned to stations authorized their (b) Frequencies available. The following use on or before December 1, 1961, but no new table indicates frequencies available for as- stations will be authorized in this band, nor signment to stations in the Foresty-Con- will expansion of existing systems be per- servation Radio Service, together with the mitted. (See also § 90.257.) class of station(s) to which they are nor- (4) Frequencies in the 421–430 MHz band are mally assigned and the specific assignment available in the Detroit, Cleveland, and Buf- limitations which are explained in paragraph falo areas in accordance with the rules in (c) of this section: §§ 90.273 through 90.281. (e) Limitation on number of frequencies as- FORESTRY-CONSERVATION RADIO SERVICE FREQUENCY TABLE

signable. Normally only two frequencies or Limita- pairs of frequencies in the paired frequency Frequency or band Class of station(s) tions mode of operation, will be assigned for mo- Kilohertz bile service operations by a single applicant in a given area. The assignment of an addi- 2212 ...... Base or mobile ...... 1 2226 ...... do ...... 1 tional frequency or pair of frequencies will 2236 ...... do ...... 1 be made only upon a satisfactory showing of 2244 ...... do ...... 1 need, except that: Megahertz (1) Additional frequencies above 25 MHz may be assigned in connection with the oper- 30.86 ...... do ...... 2 ation of mobile repeaters in accordance with 30.90 ...... do ...... 2 30.94 ...... do ...... 2 § 90.247, notwithstanding this limitation. 30.98 ...... do ...... 2 (2) Frequencies in the 25–50 MHz, 150–170 31.02 ...... do ...... 2 MHz, 450–512 MHz and 902–928 MHz bands may 31.06 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 4 31.10 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 4 be assigned for the operation of Location and 31.14 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 4 Monitoring Service (LMS) systems in ac- 31.18 ...... do ...... 3, 4 cordance with the provisions of subpart M of 31.22 ...... do ...... 3, 4 31.26 ...... do ...... 3, 4 this part, notwithstanding this limitation. 31.30 ...... do ...... 3, 4 (3) A licensee of a radio station in this 31.34 ...... do ...... 3, 4 31.38 ...... do ...... 3, 4 service may operate radio units for the pur- 31.42 ...... do ...... 3, 4 pose of determining distance, direction, 31.46 ...... do ...... 3, 4 speed, or position by means of a radio- 31.50 ...... do ...... 3, 4 31.54 ...... do ...... 3, 4 location device on any frequency available 31.58 ...... do ...... 3, 4 for radiolocation purposes without specific 31.62 ...... do ...... 3, 4 authorization from the Commission, pro- 31.66 ...... do ...... 3, 4 31.70 ...... do ...... 3, 4 vided type accepted equipment or equipment 31.74 ...... do ...... 3, 4 authorized pursuant to § 90.203(b)(4) and (5) is 31.78 ...... do ...... 3, 4 used and all other rule requirements are sat- 31.82 ...... do ...... 3, 4 31.86 ...... do ...... 3, 4 isfied. 31.90 ...... do ...... 3, 4 31.94 ...... do ...... 3, 4 (Secs. 4(i) and 303(r), Communications Act of 31.98 ...... do ...... 3, 4 1934, as amended, §§ 0.131 and 0.331 of the 44.64 ...... do ......

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Limita- Limita- Frequency or band Class of station(s) tions Frequency or band Class of station(s) tions

44.68 ...... do ...... 159.4275 ...... do ...... 8, 22 44.72 ...... do ...... 159.435 ...... do ...... 8 44.76 ...... do ...... 159.4425 ...... do ...... 8, 22 44.80 ...... do ...... 159.450 ...... do ...... 44.84 ...... do ...... 159.4575 ...... do ...... 22 44.88 ...... do ...... 159.465 ...... do ...... 44.92 ...... do ...... 159.4725 ...... do ...... 22 44.96 ...... do ...... 169±172 ...... Mobile ...... 20 45.00 ...... do ...... 170.425 ...... Base or mobile ...... 4, 9, 10 45.04 ...... do ...... 170.475 ...... do ...... 4, 9, 11 72.00 to 76.00 ...... Operational fixed ...... 5 170.575 ...... do ...... 4, 9, 10 150 to 170 ...... Base or mobile ...... 25, 28 171.425 ...... do ...... 4, 9, 11 151.145 ...... do ...... 6 171.475 ...... do ...... 4, 10, 12 151.1525 ...... do ...... 6, 22 171.575 ...... do ...... 4, 9, 11 151.160 ...... do ...... 6 172.225 ...... do ...... 4, 9, 10 151.1675 ...... do ...... 6, 22 172.275 ...... do ...... 4, 11, 12 151.175 ...... do ...... 6 172.375 ...... do ...... 4, 9, 10 151.190 ...... do ...... 6, 26 220±222 ...... Base and mobile ...... 23 151.205 ...... do ...... 6 450±470 ...... Fixed, base or mobile ...... 13, 25 151.2125 ...... do ...... 6, 22 453.0375 ...... Mobile ...... 27 151.220 ...... do ...... 6 453.050 ...... Base or mobile ...... 14 151.2275 ...... do ...... 6, 22 453.05625 ...... do ...... 14, 24 151.235 ...... do ...... 6 453.06250 ...... do ...... 14, 22 151.2425 ...... do ...... 6, 22 453.06875 ...... do ...... 14, 24 151.250 ...... do ...... 6 453.0875 ...... Mobile ...... 27 151.2575 ...... do ...... 6, 22 453.100 ...... Base or mobile ...... 14 151.265 ...... do ...... 6 453.10625 ...... do ...... 14, 24 151.2725 ...... do ...... 6, 22 453.11250 ...... do ...... 14, 22 151.280 ...... do ...... 6 453.11875 ...... do ...... 14, 24 151.2875 ...... do ...... 6, 22 453.1375 ...... Mobile ...... 27 151.295 ...... do ...... 6 453.150 ...... Based or mobile ...... 14 151.310 ...... do ...... 6, 26 453.15625 ...... do ...... 14, 24 151.325 ...... do ...... 6 453.16250 ...... do ...... 14, 22 151.3325 ...... do ...... 6, 22 453.16875 ...... do ...... 14, 24 151.340 ...... do ...... 6 453.1875 ...... Mobile ...... 27 151.3475 ...... do ...... 6, 22 453.200 ...... Base or mobile ...... 14 151.355 ...... do ...... 6 453.20625 ...... do ...... 14, 24 151.3625 ...... do ...... 6, 22 453.21250 ...... do ...... 14, 22 151.370 ...... do ...... 6 453.21875 ...... do ...... 14, 24 151.3775 ...... do ...... 6, 22 453.2375 ...... Mobile ...... 27 151.385 ...... do ...... 6 453.250 ...... Base or mobile ...... 14 151.3925 ...... do ...... 6, 22 453.25625 ...... do ...... 14, 24 151.400 ...... do ...... 6 453.26250 ...... do ...... 14, 22 151.4075 ...... do ...... 6, 22 453.26875 ...... do ...... 14, 24 151.415 ...... do ...... 6 453.2875 ...... Mobile ...... 27 151.4225 ...... do ...... 6, 22 453.300 ...... Base or mobile ...... 14 151.430 ...... do ...... 6 453.30625 ...... do ...... 14, 24 151.4375 ...... do ...... 6, 22 453.31250 ...... do ...... 14, 22 151.445 ...... do ...... 6 453.31875 ...... do ...... 14, 24 151.4525 ...... do ...... 6, 22 453.3375 ...... Mobile ...... 27 151.460 ...... do ...... 6 453.350 ...... Base or mobile ...... 14 151.4675 ...... do ...... 6, 22 453.35625 ...... do ...... 14, 24 151.475 ...... do ...... 6 453.36250 ...... do ...... 14, 22 151.4825 ...... do ...... 6, 22 453.36875 ...... do ...... 14, 24 151.490 ...... do ...... 6, 7 453.3875 ...... Mobile ...... 27 151.4975 ...... do ...... 6, 7, 22 453.400 ...... Base or mobile ...... 14 159.225 ...... do ...... 453.40625 ...... do ...... 14, 24 159.2325 ...... do ...... 22 453.41250 ...... do ...... 14, 22 159.240 ...... do ...... 8 453.41875 ...... do ...... 14, 24 159.2475 ...... do ...... 8, 22 453.4375 ...... Mobile ...... 27 159.255 ...... do ...... 8 453.450 ...... Base or mobile ...... 14 159.2625 ...... do ...... 8, 22 453.45625 ...... do ...... 14, 24 159.270 ...... do ...... 8 453.46250 ...... do ...... 14, 22 159.2775 ...... do ...... 8, 22 453.46875 ...... do ...... 14, 24 159.285 ...... do ...... 8 453.4875 ...... Mobile ...... 27 159.2925 ...... do ...... 8, 22 453.500 ...... Base or mobile ...... 14 159.300 ...... do ...... 8 453.50625 ...... do ...... 14, 24 159.3075 ...... do ...... 8, 22 453.51250 ...... do ...... 14, 22 159.315 ...... do ...... 8 453.51875 ...... do ...... 14, 24 159.3225 ...... do ...... 8, 22 453.5375 ...... Mobile ...... 27 159.330 ...... do ...... 8 453.550 ...... Base or mobile ...... 14 159.3375 ...... do ...... 8, 22 453.55625 ...... do ...... 14, 24 159.345 ...... do ...... 8 453.56250 ...... do ...... 14, 22 159.3525 ...... do ...... 8, 22 453.56875 ...... do ...... 14, 24 159.360 ...... do ...... 8 453.5875 ...... Mobile ...... 27 159.3675 ...... do ...... 8, 22 453.600 ...... Base or mobile ...... 14 159.375 ...... do ...... 8 453.60625 ...... do ...... 14, 24 159.3825 ...... do ...... 8, 22 453.61250 ...... do ...... 14, 22 159.390 ...... do ...... 8 453.61875 ...... do ...... 14, 24 159.3975 ...... do ...... 8, 22 453.6375 ...... Mobile ...... 27 159.405 ...... do ...... 8 453.650 ...... Base or mobile ...... 14 159.4125 ...... do ...... 8, 22 453.65625 ...... do ...... 14, 24 159.420 ...... do ...... 8 453.66250 ...... do ...... 14, 22

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Limita- Frequency or band Class of station(s) Limita- Frequency or band Class of station(s) tions tions

453.66875 ...... do ...... 14, 24 458.55625 ...... do ...... 14, 24 453.6875 ...... Mobile ...... 27 458.56250 ...... do ...... 14, 22 453.700 ...... Base or mobile ...... 14 458.56875 ...... do ...... 14, 24 453.70625 ...... do ...... 14, 24 458.5875 ...... do ...... 27 453.71250 ...... do ...... 14, 22 458.600 ...... do ...... 14 453.71875 ...... do ...... 14, 24 458.60625 ...... do ...... 14, 24 453.7375 ...... Mobile ...... 27 458.61250 ...... do ...... 14, 22 453.750 ...... Base or mobile ...... 14 458.61875 ...... do ...... 14, 24 453.75625 ...... do ...... 14, 24 458.6375 ...... do ...... 27 453.76250 ...... do ...... 14, 22 458.650 ...... do ...... 14 453.76875 ...... do ...... 14, 24 458.65625 ...... do ...... 14, 24 453.7875 ...... Mobile ...... 27 458.66250 ...... do ...... 14, 22 453.800 ...... Base or mobile ...... 14 458.66875 ...... do ...... 14, 24 453.80625 ...... do ...... 14, 24 458.6875 ...... do ...... 27 453.81250 ...... do ...... 14, 22 458.700 ...... do ...... 14 453.81875 ...... do ...... 14, 24 458.70625 ...... do ...... 14, 24 453.8375 ...... Mobile ...... 27 458.71250 ...... do ...... 14, 22 453.850 ...... Base or mobile ...... 14 458.71875 ...... do ...... 14, 24 453.85625 ...... do ...... 14, 24 458.7375 ...... do ...... 27 453.86250 ...... do ...... 14, 22 458.750 ...... do ...... 14 453.86875 ...... do ...... 14, 24 458.75625 ...... do ...... 14, 24 453.8875 ...... Mobile ...... 27 458.76250 ...... do ...... 14, 22 453.900 ...... Base or mobile ...... 14 458.76875 ...... do ...... 14, 24 453.90625 ...... do ...... 14, 24 458.7875 ...... do ...... 27 453.91250 ...... do ...... 14, 22 458.800 ...... do ...... 14 453.91875 ...... do ...... 14, 24 458.80625 ...... do ...... 14, 24 453.9375 ...... Mobile ...... 27 458.81250 ...... do ...... 14, 22 453.950 ...... Base or mobile ...... 14 458.81875 ...... do ...... 14, 24 453.95625 ...... do ...... 14, 24 458.8375 ...... do ...... 27 453.96250 ...... do ...... 14, 22 458.850 ...... do ...... 14 453.96875 ...... do ...... 14, 24 458.85625 ...... do ...... 14, 24 458.0375 ...... Mobile ...... 27 458.86250 ...... do ...... 14, 22 458.050 ...... do ...... 14 458.86875 ...... do ...... 14, 24 458.05625 ...... do ...... 14, 24 458.8875 ...... do ...... 27 458.06250 ...... do ...... 14, 22 458.900 ...... do ...... 14 458.06875 ...... do ...... 14, 24 458.90625 ...... do ...... 14, 24 458.0875 ...... do ...... 27 458.91250 ...... do ...... 14, 22 458.100 ...... do ...... 14 458.91875 ...... do ...... 14, 24 458.10625 ...... do ...... 14, 24 458.9375 ...... do ...... 27 458.11250 ...... do ...... 14, 22 458.950 ...... do ...... 14 458.11875 ...... do ...... 14, 24 458.95625 ...... do ...... 14, 24 458.1375 ...... do ...... 27 458.96250 ...... do ...... 14, 22 458.150 ...... do ...... 14 458.96875 ...... do ...... 14, 24 458.15625 ...... do ...... 14, 24 470 to 512 ...... Base or mobile ...... 15 458.16250 ...... do ...... 14, 22 806 to 824 ...... Mobile ...... 16 458.16875 ...... do ...... 14, 24 851 to 869 ...... Base or Mobile ...... 16 458.1875 ...... do ...... 27 928 and above ...... Operational fixed ...... 17 458.200 ...... do ...... 14 929 to 930 ...... Base only ...... 21 458.20625 ...... do ...... 14, 24 1427 to 1435 ...... Operational fixed, base or 18 458.21250 ...... do ...... 14, 22 mobile. 458.21875 ...... do ...... 14, 24 2450 to 2500 ...... Base or mobile ...... 19 458.2375 ...... do ...... 27 10,550 to 10,680* ...... do ...... 458.250 ...... do ...... 14 *The frequencies in the band 10.55±10.68 GHz are available for Digital 458.25625 ...... do ...... 14, 24 Termination Systems and for associated internodal links in the Point-to- 458.26250 ...... do ...... 14, 22 Point Microwave Radio Service. No new licenses will be issued under this 458.26875 ...... do ...... 14, 24 subpart but current licenses will be renewed. 458.2875 ...... do ...... 27 458.300 ...... do ...... 14 (c) Explanation of assignment limitations 458.30625 ...... do ...... 14, 24 appearing in the frequency table of para- 458.31250 ...... do ...... 14, 22 graph (b) of this section: 458.31875 ...... do ...... 14, 24 458.3375 ...... do ...... 27 (1) The use of this frequency is on a second- 458.350 ...... do ...... 14 ary basis to any Canadian station. 458.35625 ...... do ...... 14, 24 (2) This frequency is shared with the Motor 458.36250 ...... do ...... 14, 22 458.36875 ...... do ...... 14, 24 Carrier Radio Service. 458.3875 ...... do ...... 27 (3) This frequency is available for assign- 458.400 ...... do ...... 14 ment only in accordance with a geographical 458.40625 ...... do ...... 14, 24 458.41250 ...... do ...... 14, 22 assignment plan. This frequency may be used 458.41875 ...... do ...... 14, 24 for conservation activities on a secondary 458.4375 ...... do ...... 27 basis to any station using the frequency for 458.450 ...... do ...... 14 458.45625 ...... do ...... 14, 24 forest fire prevention, detection, and sup- 458.46250 ...... do ...... 14, 22 pression. 458.46875 ...... do ...... 14, 24 (4) This frequency is reserved primarily for 458.4875 ...... do ...... 27 458.500 ...... do ...... 14 assignment to state licensees. Assignments 458.50625 ...... do ...... 14, 24 to other licensees will be made only where 458.51250 ...... do ...... 14, 22 the frequency is required for coordinated op- 458.51875 ...... do ...... 14, 24 458.5375 ...... do ...... 27 eration with the State system to which the 458.550 ...... do ...... 14 frequency is assigned. Any request for such

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assignment must be supported by a state- tion to existing stations to increase the ment from the State system concerned, indi- number of transmitters will be accepted. Ex- cating that the assignment is necessary for isting licensees as of July 25, 1985, or on a coordination of activities. subsequent date following as a result of sub- (5) The frequencies available for use at mitting an application for license on or be- operational-fixed stations in the band 72–76 fore July 25, 1985, are grandfathered, and MHz are listed in § 90.257(a)(1). These fre- their operation is co-primary with the quencies are shared with other services and Radiodetermination Satellite Service. are available only in accordance with the (20) Frequencies in this band will be as- provisions of § 90.257. signed for low power wireless microphones in (6) This frequency is not available for as- accordance with the provisions of § 90.265. signment to stations in this service located (21) Frequencies in this band are available in Puerto Rico or the Virgin Islands. only for one-way paging operations in ac- (7) This frequency is shared with stations cordance with § 90.494. in the Special Industrial Radio Service and (22) This frequency is not available in the evidence of interservice coordination is re- 150–170 MHz band until August 18, 1996. This quired. frequency will be assigned with an author- (8) This frequency is shared with the Spe- ized bandwidth not to exceed 11.25 kHz. In cial Industrial Radio Service in Puerto Rico the 450–470 MHz band, secondary telemetry and the Virgin Islands. All applications for operations pursuant to § 90.238(e) will be au- the assignment of a new frequency or to thorized on this frequency. change existing facilities in such a manner (23) Subpart T contains rules for assign- as to require frequency coordination as spec- ment of frequencies in the 220–222 MHz band. ified in § 90.175 for stations in Puerto Rico or (24) This frequency is not available until the Virgin Islands, shall be accompanied by August 18, 1996. After August 18, 1996 this fre- evidence of interservice frequency coordina- quency will be assigned with an authorized tion. bandwidth not to exceed 6 kHz. (9) This frequency will be assigned only to (25) Assignment of frequencies in this band licensees directly responsible for the preven- are subject to the provisions of § 90.173. tion, detection, and suppression of forest (26) This frequency will be authorized a fires, on a secondary basis to any U.S. Gov- channel bandwidth of 25 kHz. ernment station. (10) This frequency will be assigned for use (27) This frequency is available for systems only in areas west of the Mississippi River. first licensed prior to August 18, 1995. No new (11) This frequency will be assigned for use systems will be authorized after August 18, only in areas east of the Mississippi. 1995, but prior authorized systems may be (12) In addition to agencies responsible for modified, expanded, and renewed. forest fire prevention, detection, and sup- (28) Licensees as of August 18, 1995 who op- pression, this frequency may be assigned to erate systems that are 2.5 kHz removed from conservation agencies which do not have for- regularly assignable frequencies may con- est fire responsibilities on a secondary basis tinue to operate on a secondary, non-inter- to any U.S. Government stations, Provided, ference basis after August 1, 2003. That such assignment is necessary to permit (d) Additional frequencies available. In addi- mobile relay operation by such agencies. tion to the frequencies shown in the fre- (13) The requirements for secondary fixed quency table of this section, the following use of frequencies in this band are set forth frequencies are available in this service. (See in § 90.261. also § 90.253.) (14) This frequency is available in this (1) Substitution of frequencies available service on a shared basis with all other Pub- below 25 MHz may be made in accordance lic Safety Services. with the provisions of § 90.263. (15) Subpart L contains rules for assign- (2) [Reserved] ment of frequencies in the 470–512 MHz band. (3) Frequencies in the band 73.0–74.6 MHz (16) Subpart S contains rules for assign- may be assigned to stations authorized their ment of frequencies in the 806–824 MHz and use on or before December 1, 1961, but no new 851–869 MHz bands. stations will be authorized in this band, nor (17) Assignment of frequencies above 928 will expansion of existing systems be per- MHz for operational-fixed stations is gov- mitted. (See also § 90.257.) erned by part 94 of this chapter. (4) The frequency bands 31.99 to 32.00 MHz, (18) This frequency band is available to sta- 33.00 to 33.01 MHz, 33.99 to 34.00 MHz, 37.93 to tions in this service subject to the provisions 38.00 MHz, 39.00 to 39.01 MHz, 39.99 to 40.00 of § 90.259. MHz, and 42.00 to 42.01 MHz are available for (19) Available only on a shared basis with assignment for developmental operation sub- stations in other services, and subject to no ject to the provisions of subpart Q. protection from interference due to the oper- (5) Frequencies in the 421–430 MHz band are ation of industrial, scientific, or medical available in the Detroit, Cleveland, and Buf- (ISM) devices. In the 2483.5–2500 MHz band, falo areas in accordance with the rules in no applications for new stations or modifica- §§ 90.273 through 90.281.

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(e) Limitation on number of frequencies as- 44.99 to 45.01 151.145 to 151.475 signable. Normally only two frequencies or 45.03 to 45.05 159.225 to 159.465 pairs of frequencies in the paired frequency The carrier frequency must be maintained mode of operation, will be assigned for mo- within 0.005 percent of the frequency of oper- bile service operations by a single applicant ation. Use on assigned channel center fre- in a given area. The assignment of an addi- quencies is not required. tional frequency or pair of frequencies will (2) The emitted signal shall be non-voice be made only upon a satisfactory showing of modulation (A1D, A2D, F1D, or F2D emis- need, except that: sion). (1) Additional frequencies above 25 MHz (3) The maximum occupied bandwidth, con- may be assigned in connection with the oper- taining 99 percent of the radiated power, ation of mobile repeaters in accordance with shall not exceed 0.25 kHz. § 90.247 notwithstanding this limitation. (4) The transmitter output power shall not (2) Frequencies in the 25–50 MHz, 150–170 exceed a mean power of 5 mW nor shall any MHz, 450–512 MHz and 902–928 MHz bands may peak exceed 100 mW peak power, as measured be assigned for the operation of Location and into a permanently attached antenna; or if Monitoring Service (LMS) systems in ac- the transmitter and antenna combination cordance with the provisions of subpart M of are contained in a sealed unit, the field this part, notwithstanding this limitation. strength of the fundamental signal of the (3) A licensee of a radio station in this transmitter and antenna combination shall service may operate radio units for the pur- not exceed 0.29 V/m mean or 1.28 V/m peak pose of determining distance, direction, when measured at a distance of 3 meters. speed, or position by means of a radio- (5) The requirements of § 90.175 regarding location device on any frequency available frequency coordination apply. for radiolocation purposes without specific (Secs. 4(i) and 303(r), Communications Act of authorization from the Commission, pro- 1934, as amended, §§ 0.131 and 0.331 of the vided type accepted equipment or equipment Commission’s Rules and 5 U.S.C. 553 (b)(3)(B) authorized pursuant to § 90.203(b)(4) and (5) is and (d)(3); 47 U.S.C. 154(i) and 303) used and all other rule requirements are sat- isfied. [43 FR 54791, Nov. 22, 1978] (f) A licensee in the Forestry-Conservation EDITORIAL NOTE: For FEDERAL REGISTER ci- Radio Service may use, without a specific tations affecting § 90.25, see the List of CFR authorization from the Commission, trans- Sections Affected in the Finding Aids sec- mitters on the frequencies indicated below in tion of this volume. connection with wildlife tracking and/or te- lemetry and in connection with official for- § 90.27 Emergency Medical Radio Service. estry-conservation activities, provided that (a) Eligibility. Persons or entities engaged such use shall be on a secondary basis and in the provision of basic or advanced life sup- shall not cause harmful interference to serv- port services on an ongoing basis are eligible ices of other licensees operating on regularly to hold authorizations in the Emergency assigned frequencies. The provisions of Medical Radio Service to operate stations §§ 90.203, 90.425, and 90.429 of this part shall for transmission of communications essen- not apply to transmitters complying with tial for the delivery or rendition of emer- this subparagraph. To be eligible for oper- gency medical services for the provision of ations in this manner, the transmitter must basic or advanced life support. Applications comply with all of the following require- submitted by persons or organizations (gov- ments. ernmental or otherwise) other than the gov- (1) The carrier frequency shall be within ernmental body having jurisdiction over the the bands of: state’s emergency medical service plans must be accompanied by a statement pre- (MHZ) pared by the governmental body having ju- 31.17 to 31.19 31.77 to 31.79 risdiction over the state’s emergency medi- 31.21 to 31.23 31.81 to 31.83 cal services plan indicating that the appli- 31.25 to 31.27 31.85 to 31.87 cant is included in the state’s emergency 31.29 to 31.31 31.89 to 31.91 plan or otherwise supporting the application. 31.33 to 31.35 31.93 to 31.95 (b) Frequencies available. The following 31.37 to 31.39 31.97 to 31.99 table indicates frequencies available for as- 31.41 to 31.43 44.63 to 44.65 signment to stations in the Emergency Medi- 31.45 to 31.47 44.67 to 44.69 cal Radio Service, together with the class of 31.49 to 31.51 44.71 to 44.73 station(s) to which they are normally as- 31.53 to 31.55 44.75 to 44.77 signed and the specific assignment limita- 31.57 to 31.59 44.79 to 44.81 tions explained in paragraph (c) of this sec- 31.61 to 31.63 44.83 to 44.85 tion. (Frequencies below 450 MHz indicated 31.65 to 31.67 44.87 to 44.89 for base or mobile stations may be author- 31.69 to 31.71 44.91 to 44.93 ized to fixed stations on a secondary basis to 31.73 to 31.75 44.95 to 44.97 stations in the mobile service):

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Megahertz

72.00 to 76.00 ...... Operational fixed ...... 1 150 to 170 ...... Base or mobile ...... 28, 29 150.775 ...... Mobile. 150.7825 ...... do ...... 2 150.790 ...... do ...... 150.7975 ...... do ...... 150.805 ...... do ...... 155.325 ...... Base or mobile ...... 3, 4 155.3325 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 4 155.340 ...... do ...... 4, 5 155.3475 ...... do ...... 2, 4, 5 155.355 ...... do ...... 3, 4 155.3625 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 4 155.385 ...... do ...... 3, 4 155.3925 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 4 155.400 ...... do ...... 3, 4 155.4075 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 4 169±172 ...... Mobile ...... 6 220.9025 ...... Base ...... 25 220.9075 ...... do ...... 25 220.9125 ...... do ...... 25 220.9175 ...... do ...... 25 220.9225 ...... do ...... 25 221.9025 ...... Mobile ...... 25 221.9075 ...... do ...... 25 221.9125 ...... do ...... 25 221.9175 ...... do ...... 25 221.9225 ...... do ...... 25 450 to 470 ...... Fixed, base, or mobile ...... 7, 28 453.025 ...... Base or mobile ...... 9, 19, 22, 26 453.03125 ...... do ...... 9, 19, 22, 26, 27 453.03750 ...... do ...... 2, 9, 19, 22, 26 453.04375 ...... do ...... 9, 19, 22, 26, 27 453.050 ...... Base or mobile ...... 8 453.05625 ...... do ...... 8, 27 453.06250 ...... do ...... 2, 8 453.06875 ...... do ...... 8, 27 453.075 ...... Base or mobile ...... 9, 19, 22, 26 453.08125 ...... do ...... 9, 19, 22, 26, 27 453.08750 ...... do ...... 2, 9, 19, 22, 26 453.09375 ...... do ...... 9, 19, 22, 26, 27 453.100 ...... Base or mobile ...... 8 453.10625 ...... do ...... 8, 27 453.11250 ...... do ...... 2, 8 453.11875 ...... do ...... 8, 27 453.125 ...... Base or mobile ...... 9, 19, 22, 26 453.13125 ...... do ...... 9, 19, 22, 26, 27 453.13750 ...... do ...... 2, 9, 19, 22, 26 453.14375 ...... do ...... 9, 19, 22, 26, 27 453.150 ...... Base or mobile ...... 8 453.15625 ...... do ...... 8, 27 453.16250 ...... do ...... 2, 8 453.16875 ...... do ...... 8, 27 453.175 ...... Base or mobile ...... 9, 19, 22, 26 453.18125 ...... do ...... 9, 19, 22, 26, 27 453.18750 ...... do ...... 2, 9, 19, 22, 26 453.19375 ...... do ...... 9, 19, 22, 26, 27 453.200 ...... Base or mobile ...... 8 453.20625 ...... do ...... 8, 27 453.21250 ...... do ...... 2, 8 453.21875 ...... do ...... 8, 27 453.250 ...... do ...... 8 453.25625 ...... do ...... 8, 27 453.26250 ...... do ...... 2, 8 453.26875 ...... do ...... 8, 27 453.300 ...... do ...... 8 453.30625 ...... do ...... 8, 27 453.31250 ...... do ...... 2, 8 453.31875 ...... do ...... 8, 27 453.350 ...... do ...... 8 453.35625 ...... do ...... 8, 27 453.36250 ...... do ...... 2, 8 453.36875 ...... do ...... 8, 27 453.400 ...... do ...... 8 453.40625 ...... do ...... 8, 27 453.41250 ...... do ...... 2, 8 453.41875 ...... do ...... 8, 27 453.450 ...... do ...... 8 453.45625 ...... do ...... 8, 27 453.46250 ...... do ...... 2, 8 453.46875 ...... do ...... 8, 27 453.500 ...... do ...... 8 453.50625 ...... do ...... 8, 27

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453.51250 ...... do ...... 2, 8 453.51875 ...... do ...... 8, 27 453.550 ...... do ...... 8 453.55625 ...... do ...... 8, 27 453.56250 ...... do ...... 2, 8 453.56875 ...... do ...... 8, 27 453.600 ...... do ...... 8 453.60625 ...... do ...... 8, 27 453.61250 ...... do ...... 2, 8 453.61875 ...... do ...... 8, 27 453.650 ...... do ...... 8 453.65625 ...... do ...... 8, 27 453.66250 ...... do ...... 2, 8 453.66875 ...... do ...... 8, 27 453.700 ...... do ...... 8 453.70625 ...... do ...... 8, 27 453.71250 ...... do ...... 2, 8 453.71875 ...... do ...... 8, 27 453.750 ...... do ...... 8 453.75625 ...... do ...... 8, 27 453.76250 ...... do ...... 2, 8 453.76875 ...... do ...... 8, 27 453.800 ...... do ...... 8 453.80625 ...... do ...... 8, 27 453.81250 ...... do ...... 2, 8 453.81875 ...... do ...... 8, 27 453.850 ...... do ...... 8 453.85625 ...... do ...... 8, 27 453.86250 ...... do ...... 2, 8 453.86875 ...... do ...... 8, 27 453.900 ...... do ...... 8 453.90625 ...... do ...... 8, 27 453.91250 ...... do ...... 2, 8 453.91875 ...... do ...... 8, 27 453.950 ...... do ...... 8 453.95625 ...... do ...... 8, 27 453.96250 ...... do ...... 2, 8 453.96875 ...... do ...... 8, 27 458.025 ...... Mobile ...... 9, 22, 26 458.03125 ...... do ...... 9, 22, 26, 27 458.03750 ...... do ...... 2, 9, 22, 26 458.04375 ...... do ...... 9, 22, 26, 27 458.050 ...... do ...... 8 458.05625 ...... do ...... 8, 27 458.06250 ...... do ...... 2, 8 458.06875 ...... do ...... 8, 27 458.075 ...... do ...... 9, 22, 26 458.08125 ...... do ...... 9, 22, 26, 27 458.08750 ...... do ...... 2, 9, 22, 26 458.09375 ...... do ...... 9, 22, 26, 27 458.100 ...... do ...... 8 458.10625 ...... do ...... 8, 27 458.11250 ...... do ...... 2, 8 458.11875 ...... do ...... 8, 27 458.125 ...... do ...... 9, 22, 26 458.13125 ...... do ...... 9, 22, 26, 27 458.13750 ...... do ...... 2, 9, 22, 26 458.14375 ...... do ...... 9, 22, 26, 27 458.150 ...... do ...... 8 458.15625 ...... do ...... 8, 27 458.16250 ...... do ...... 2, 8 458.16875 ...... do ...... 8, 27 458.175 ...... do ...... 9, 22, 26 458.18125 ...... do ...... 9, 22, 26, 27 458.18750 ...... do ...... 2, 9, 22, 26 458.19375 ...... do ...... 9, 22, 26, 27 458.200 ...... do ...... 8 458.20625 ...... do ...... 8, 27 458.21250 ...... do ...... 2, 8 458.21875 ...... do ...... 8, 27 458.250 ...... do ...... 8 458.25625 ...... do ...... 8, 27 458.26250 ...... do ...... 2, 8 458.26875 ...... do ...... 8, 27 458.300 ...... do ...... 8 458.30625 ...... do ...... 8, 27 458.31250 ...... do ...... 2, 8 458.31875 ...... do ...... 8, 27 458.350 ...... do ...... 8 458.35625 ...... do ...... 8, 27 458.36250 ...... do ...... 2, 8 458.36875 ...... do ...... 8, 27 458.400 ...... do ...... 8 458.40625 ...... do ...... 8, 27 458.41250 ...... do ...... 2, 8

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458.41875 ...... do ...... 8, 27 458.450 ...... do ...... 8 458.45625 ...... do ...... 8, 27 458.46250 ...... do ...... 2, 8 458.46875 ...... do ...... 8, 27 458.500 ...... do ...... 8 458.50625 ...... do ...... 8, 27 458.51250 ...... do ...... 2, 8 458.51875 ...... do ...... 8, 27 458.550 ...... do ...... 8 458.55625 ...... do ...... 8, 27 458.56250 ...... do ...... 2, 8 458.56875 ...... do ...... 8, 27 458.600 ...... do ...... 8 458.60625 ...... do ...... 8, 27 458.61250 ...... do ...... 2, 8 458.61875 ...... do ...... 8, 27 458.650 ...... do ...... 8 458.65625 ...... do ...... 8, 27 458.66250 ...... do ...... 2, 8 458.66875 ...... do ...... 8, 27 458.700 ...... do ...... 8 458.70625 ...... do ...... 8, 27 458.71250 ...... do ...... 2, 8 458.71875 ...... do ...... 8, 27 458.750 ...... do ...... 8 458.75625 ...... do ...... 8, 27 458.76250 ...... do ...... 2, 8 458.76875 ...... do ...... 8, 27 458.800 ...... do ...... 8 458.80625 ...... do ...... 8, 27 458.81250 ...... do ...... 2, 8 458.81875 ...... do ...... 8, 27 458.850 ...... do ...... 8 458.85625 ...... do ...... 8, 27 458.86250 ...... do ...... 2, 8 458.86875 ...... do ...... 8, 27 458.900 ...... do ...... 8 458.90625 ...... do ...... 8, 27 458.91250 ...... do ...... 2, 8 458.91875 ...... do ...... 8, 27 458.950 ...... do ...... 8 458.95625 ...... do ...... 8, 27 458.96250 ...... do ...... 2, 8 458.96875 ...... do ...... 8, 27 460.525 ...... Base or mobile ...... 10 460.53125 ...... do ...... 10, 27 460.53750 ...... do ...... 2, 10 460.54375 ...... do ...... 10, 27 460.550 ...... do ...... 10 460.55625 ...... do ...... 10, 27 460.56250 ...... do ...... 2, 10 460.56875 ...... do ...... 10, 27 462.950 ...... do ...... 3, 11 462.95625 ...... do ...... 3, 11, 27 462.96250 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 11 462.96875 ...... do ...... 3, 11, 27 462.975 ...... do ...... 3, 11 462.98125 ...... do ...... 3, 11, 27 462.98750 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 11 462.99375 ...... do ...... 3, 11, 27 463.000 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 20 463.00625 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 20, 27 463.01250 ...... do ...... 2, 9, 13, 20 463.01875 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 20, 27 463.025 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 20 463.03125 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 20, 27 463.03750 ...... do ...... 2, 9, 13, 20 463.04375 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 20, 27 463.050 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 20 463.05625 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 20, 27 463.06250 ...... do ...... 2, 9, 13, 20 463.06875 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 20, 27 463.075 ...... do ...... 9 ,13, 21 463.08125 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 21, 27 463.08750 ...... do ...... 2, 9, 13, 21 463.09375 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 21, 27 463.100 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 21 463.10625 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 21, 27 463.11250 ...... do ...... 2, 9, 13, 21 463.11875 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 21, 27 463.125 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 21 463.13125 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 21, 27 463.13750 ...... do ...... 2, 9, 13, 21 463.14375 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 21, 27

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463.150 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 21 463.15625 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 21, 27 463.16250 ...... do ...... 2, 9, 13, 21 463.16875 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 21, 27 463.175 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 21 463.18125 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 21, 27 463.18750 ...... do ...... 2, 9, 13, 21 463.19375 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 21, 27 465.525 ...... Mobile ...... 10 465.53125 ...... do ...... 10, 27 465.53750 ...... do ...... 2, 10 465.54375 ...... do ...... 10, 27 465.550 ...... do ...... 10 465.55625 ...... do ...... 10, 27 465.56250 ...... do ...... 2, 10 465.56875 ...... do ...... 10, 27 467.950 ...... do ...... 3, 11 467.95625 ...... do ...... 3, 11, 27 467.96250 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 11 467.96875 ...... do ...... 3, 11, 27 467.975 ...... do ...... 3, 11 467.98125 ...... do ...... 3, 11, 27 467.98750 ...... do ...... 2, 3, 11 467.99375 ...... do ...... 3, 11, 27 468.000 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 20 468.00625 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 20, 27 468.01250 ...... do ...... 2, 9, 13, 20 468.01875 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 20, 27 468.025 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 20 468.03125 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 20, 27 468.03750 ...... do ...... 2, 9, 13, 20 468.04375 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 20, 27 468.050 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 20 468.05625 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 20, 27 468.06250 ...... do ...... 2, 9, 13, 20 468.06875 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 20, 27 468.075 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 21 468.08125 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 21, 27 468.08750 ...... do ...... 2, 9, 13, 21 468.09375 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 21, 27 468.100 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 21 468.10625 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 21, 27 468.11250 ...... do ...... 2, 9, 13, 21 468.11875 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 21, 27 468.125 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 21 468.13125 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 21, 27 468.13750 ...... do ...... 2, 9, 13, 21 468.14375 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 21, 27 468.150 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 21 468.15625 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 21, 27 468.16250 ...... do ...... 2, 9, 13, 21 468.16875 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 21, 27 468.175 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 21 468.18125 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 21, 27 468.18750 ...... do ...... 2, 9, 13, 21 468.19375 ...... do ...... 9, 13, 21, 27 470 to 512 ...... Base or Mobile ...... 14 806 to 824 ...... Mobile ...... 15 851 to 869 ...... Base or Mobile ...... 15 928 and above ...... Operational fixed ...... 16 929 to 930 ...... Base only ...... 24 1427 to 1435 ...... Operational fixed base or mobile ...... 17 2450 to 2500 ...... Base or Mobile ...... 18 10,550 to 10,680 ...... do ...... 23

(c) Explanation of assignment limitations ized bandwidth not to exceed 11.25 kHz. In appearing in the frequency table of para- the 450–470 MHz band, secondary telemetry graph (b) of this section: operations pursuant to § 90.238(e) will be au- (1) The frequencies available for use at thorized on this frequency. operational-fixed stations in the band 72–76 (3) A licensee regularly conducting two- MHz are listed in § 90.257(a)(1). These fre- way communications operations on this fre- quencies are shared with other services and quency may, on a secondary basis, also are available only in accordance with the transmit one-way alert-paging signals to am- provisions of § 90.257. bulance and rescue squad personnel. (2) This frequency is not available in the (4) In addition to other authorized uses, 150–170 MHz band until August 18, 1996. This the use of F1B, F1D, F2B or F2D emission is frequency will be assigned with an author-

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permitted on this frequency for the oper- Frequencies base and mobile (MHz) Mobile only Channel ation of biomedical telemetry systems ex- (MHz) name cept in the following geographic locations: 462.950 ...... 467.950 MED±9 (i) New York, N.Y.-Northeastern New Jer- 462.95625 ...... 467.95625 MED±91 462.9625 ...... 467.9625 MED±92 sey; Los Angeles-Long Beach, Calif.; Chi- 462.96875 ...... 467.96875 MED±93 cago, Ill.-Northwestern Indiana; Philadel- 462.975 ...... 467.975 MED±10 phia, Pa.-N.J.; Detroit, Mich.; San Fran- 462.98125 ...... 467.98125 MED±101 462.9875 ...... 467.9875 MED±102 cisco-Oakland, Calif.; Boston, Mass.; Wash- 462.99375 ...... 467.99375 MED±103 ington, D.C.-Md.-Va.; Cleveland, Ohio; St. Louis, Mo.-Ill.; Pittsburgh, Pa.; Minneapolis- (12) [Reserved] St. Paul, Minn.; Houston, Tex.; Baltimore, (13) For applications for new radio systems Md.; Dallas, Tex.; Milwaukee, Wis.; Seattle- received after August 15, 1974, the thirty-two Everett, Wash.; Miami, Fla.; San Diego, frequency pairs listed in paragraph (c)(13)(i) Calif.; Atlanta, Ga.; Cincinnati, Ohio-Ky.; of this section will be assigned in a block for Kansas City, Mo.-Kans.; Buffalo, N.Y.; Den- shared operation under § 90.27(a) subject to ver, Colo.; San Jose, Calif.; New Orleans, La.; the following: Phoenix, Ariz.; Portland, Oreg.-Wash.; Indi- (i) For uniformity in usage, these fre- anapolis, Ind.; Providence-Pawtucket-War- quency pairs may be referred to by channel wick, R.I.-Mass.; Columbus, Ohio; San Anto- name as follows: nio, Tex.; Louisville, Ky.-Ind.; Dayton, Ohio; Forth Worth, Tex.; Norfolk-Portsmouth, Va.; Mobile only Channel Frequencies base and mobile (MHz) (MHz) name Memphis, Tenn.-Miss.; Sacramento, Calif.; Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood, Fla.; Rochester, 463.000 ...... 468.000 MED±1 463.00625 ...... 468.00625 MED±11 N.Y.; Tampa-St. Petersburg, Fla. 463.0125 ...... 468.0125 MED±12 (ii) The continuous carrier mode of oper- 463.01875 ...... 468.01875 MED±13 ation may be used for telemetry trans- 463.025 ...... 468.025 MED±2 463.03125 ...... 468.03125 MED±21 missions on this frequency for periods up to 463.0375 ...... 468.0375 MED±22 two-minutes duration; following which there 463.04375 ...... 468.04375 MED±23 must be a break in the carrier for at least a 463.050 ...... 468.050 MED±3 463.05625 ...... 468.05625 MED±31 one-minute period. 463.0625 ...... 468.0625 MED±32 (iii) Geographical coordinates for the 463.06875 ...... 468.06875 MED±33 above-listed urbanized areas may be found at 46.075 ...... 46.075 MED±4 463.08125 ...... 468.08125 MED±41 table 1 of § 90.635. 463.0875 ...... 468.0875 MED±42 (5) This frequency may be designated by 463.09375 ...... 468.09375 MED±43 common consent as an intersystem mutual 463.100 ...... 468.100 MED±5 463.10625 ...... 468.10625 MED±51 assistance frequency under an area-wide 463.1125 ...... 468.1125 MED±52 medical communications plan. 463.11875 ...... 468.11875 MED±53 (6) Frequencies in this band will be as- 463.125 ...... 468.125 MED±6 463.13125 ...... 468.13125 MED±61 signed for low power wireless microphones in 463.1375 ...... 468.1375 MED±62 accordance with the provisions of § 90.265. 463.14375 ...... 468.14375 MED±63 (7) The frequencies available for use at 463.150 ...... 468.150 MED±7 463.15625 ...... 468.15625 MED±71 fixed stations in this band and the require- 463.1625 ...... 468.1625 MED±72 ments for assignment are set forth in § 90.261. 463.16875 ...... 468.16875 MED±73 Operation on these frequencies is secondary 463.175 ...... 468.175 MED±8 463.18125 ...... 468.18125 MED±81 to stations in the Industrial and Land Trans- 463.1875 ...... 468.1875 MED±82 portation Radio Service where they are as- 463.19375 ...... 468.19375 MED±83 signed for land mobile operations. (8) This frequency is available in this serv- (ii) Except as provided in paragraphs (c)(13) ice on a shared basis with all other Public- (iii) and (iv) of this section, mobile or port- Safety Radio Services. able stations must employ equipment that is (9) The continuous carrier mode of oper- both wired and equipped to transmit/receive, ation may be used for telemetry trans- respectively, on each of these MED fre- mission on this frequency. quency pairs with transmitters operated on (10) This frequency is shared with the Po- the 468 MHz frequencies. lice and Fire Radio Services. This frequency (iii) Portable (hand-held) units operated may be designated by common consent for with a maximum output power of 2.5 watts intra-system and inter-system mutual as- are exempted from the mult-channel equip- sistance purposes and is subject to the co- ment requirements specified in paragraph ordination requirements specified in § 90.175. (c)(13)(ii) in this section. (11) This frequency is primarily authorized (iv) Stations located in areas above line A, for use in the dispatch of medical care vehi- as defined in § 90.7 will be required to meet cles and personnel for the rendition or deliv- multi-channel equipment requirements only ery of medical services. This frequency may for those frequencies up to the number speci- also be assigned for intra-system and inter- fied in paragraph (c)(13)(ii) of this section system mutual assistance purposes. For uni- that have been assigned and coordinated formity in usage these frequency pairs may with Canada in accordance with the applica- be referred to by channel name as follows: ble U.S.-Canada agreement.

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(14) Subpart L contains rules for assign- quency will be assigned with an authorized ment of frequencies in the 470–512 MHz band. bandwidth not to exceed 6 kHz. (15) Subpart S contains rules for assign- (28) Assignment of frequencies in this band ment of frequencies in the 806–824 MHz and are subject to the provisions of § 90.173. 851–869 MHz bands. (29) Licensees as of August 18, 1995 who op- (16) Assignment of frequencies above 928 erate systems that are 2.5 kHz removed from MHz for operational-fixed stations is gov- regularly assignable frequencies may con- erned by part 94 of this chapter. tinue to operate on a secondary, non-inter- (17) This frequency band is available in this ference basis after August 1, 2003. service subject to the provisions of § 90.259. (18) Available only on a shared basis with [58 FR 12178, Mar. 3, 1993, as amended at 60 stations in other services, and subject to no FR 37188, July 19, 1995; 61 FR 6576, Feb. 21, protection from interference due to the oper- 1996; 62 FR 2034, Jan. 15, 1997] ation of industrial, scientific, or medical (ISM) devices. In the 2483.5–2500 MHz band, Subpart C—Industrial/Business no applications for new or modifications to existing stations to increase the number of Radio Pool transmitters will be accepted. Existing li- censees as of July 25, 1985, or on a subsequent SOURCE: 62 FR 18874, Apr. 17, 1997, unless date as a result of submitting an application otherwise noted. for license on or before July 25, 1985, are grandfathered and their operation is co-pri- EFFECTIVE DATE NOTE: At 62 FR 18874, Apr. mary with the Radio-determination Satellite 17, 1997, subpart C, formerly consisting of Service. §§ 90.33—90.55, was revised, effective Oct. 17, (19) Paging licensees as of March 20, 1991, 1997. For the convenience of the user, the su- may continue to operate on a primary basis perseded text is set forth following the re- until January 14, 1998. vised text. (20) This frequency is authorized for use only for operations in biomedical telemetry § 90.31 Scope. stations. F1B, F1D, F2B, F2D, F3E, G1B, G1D, G2B, G2D and G3E emissions may be author- The Industrial/Business Radio Pool ized. Entities eligible in this Radio Service covers the licensing of the radio com- may use this frequency on a secondary basis munications of entities engaged in for any other permissible communications commercial activities, engaged in cler- consistent with § 90.27(a). gy activities, operating educational, (21) This frequency is authorized only for philanthropic, or ecclesiastical institu- communications between medical facilities tions, or operating hospitals, clinics, or vehicles and personnel related to medical su- medical associations. Rules as to eligi- pervision and instruction for the treatment and transport of patients in the rendition or bility for licensing, frequencies avail- delivery of medical services. F1B, F1D, F2B, able, permissible communications and F2D, G1B, G1D, G2B, F3E and G3E emissions classes and number of stations, and are authorized. Entities eligible in this any special requirements are set forth Radio Service may use this frequency on a in the following sections. secondary basis for any other permissible communications consistent with § 90.27(a). § 90.33 General eligibility. (22) Local government highway radio call box operations first licensed prior to 3/31/80 (a) In addition to the eligibility on this frequency may continue to operate in shown in the Industrial/Business Pool, accordance with § 90.17(c)(11). eligibility is also provided for any cor- (23) This band is available for Digital Ter- poration proposing to furnish nonprofit mination Systems and for associated radiocommunication service to its par- internodal links under part 94 of this chap- ent corporation, to another subsidiary ter. No new licenses will be issued under this of the same parent, or to its own sub- subpart but current licenses will be renewed. (24) Frequencies in this band are available sidiary. This corporate eligibility is only for one-way paging operations in ac- not subject to the cooperative use pro- cordance with § 90.494. vision of § 90.179. (25) Rules concerning the use of this fre- (b) Eligibility is also provided for a quency are set forth in subpart T. nonprofit corporation or association (26) This frequency is also authorized for that is organized for the purpose of fur- use for operations in biomedical telemetry nishing a radiocommunications service stations. FIB, FID, F2B, F2D, F3E, G1B, G1D, G2B, G2D, and G3E emissions may be author- to persons who meet the eligibility re- ized for bio-medical transmissions. quirements of the Industrial/Business (27) This frequency is not available until Pool. Such use is subject to the cooper- August 18, 1996. After August 18, 1996 this fre- ative use provisions of § 90.179.

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§ 90.35 Industrial/Business Pool. INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS POOL FREQUENCY (a) Eligibility. Persons primarily en- TABLEÐContinued gaged in any of the following activities Frequency or Class of sta- Coordina- are eligible to hold authorizations in band tion(s) Limitations tor the Industrial/Business Pool to provide 25.06 ...... do ...... 3, 4 ...... IP commercial mobile radio service as de- 25.08 ...... do ...... 8, 9 ...... IP fined in part 20 of this chapter or to op- 25.10 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 9 ...... IP erate stations for transmission of com- 25.12 ...... do ...... IP 25.14 ...... do ...... 3, 4 ...... IP munications necessary to such activi- 25.16 ...... do ...... IP ties of the licensee: 25.18 ...... do ...... 3, 4 ...... IP (1) The operation of a commercial ac- 25.20 ...... do ...... IP 25.22 ...... do ...... 4, 7 ...... IP tivity; 25.24 ...... do ...... IP (2) The operation of educational, 25.26 ...... do ...... 4, 7 ...... IP philanthropic, or ecclesiastical institu- 25.28 ...... do ...... IP 25.30 ...... do ...... 4, 7 ...... IP tions; 25.32 ...... do ...... IP (3) Clergy activities; or 27.43 ...... do. (4) The operation of hospitals, clinics, 27.45 ...... do. or medical associations. 27.47 ...... do. 27.49 ...... do ...... 10. (b) Industrial/Business Pool frequencies. 27.51 ...... Mobile ...... 11. (1) The following table indicates fre- 27.53 ...... do ...... 11. quencies available for assignment to 29.71 ...... Base or mobile 29.73 ...... do. Industrial/Business Pool stations, to- 29.75 ...... do. gether with the class of station(s) to 29.77 ...... do. which they are normally assigned, the 29.79 ...... do. specific assignment limitations which 30.58 ...... do. 30.60 ...... do. are explained in paragraph (b) of this 30.62 ...... do. section, and the certified frequency co- 30.64 ...... do. ordinator for each frequency: 30.66 ...... do. 30.68 ...... do. (2)(i) The letter symbol(s) listed in 30.70 ...... do ...... 4, 7 ...... IP the Coordinator column of the fre- 30.72 ...... do. quency table in paragraph (a)(3) of this 30.74 ...... do. 30.76 ...... do. section specifies the frequency coordi- 30.78 ...... do 4, 7 ...... IP nator(s) for each frequency as follows: 30.80 ...... do. IP—Petroleum Coordinator 30.82 ...... do. 30.84 ...... Mobile ...... 11, 12. IW—Power Coordinator 30.86 ...... Base or mobile 13 LR—Railroad Coordinator 30.88 ...... do. (ii) Frequencies without any coordi- 30.90 ...... do ...... 13. 30.92 ...... do. nator specified may be coordinated by 30.94 ...... do ...... 13. any coordinator certified in the Indus- 30.96 ...... do. trial/Business Pool. 30.98 ...... do ...... 13. (3) Frequencies. 31.00 ...... do. 31.02 ...... do ...... 13. 31.04 ...... do. INDUSTRIAL/BUSINESS POOL FREQUENCY TABLE 31.06 ...... do ...... 13. 31.08 ...... do. Frequency or Class of sta- Coordina- 31.10 ...... do ...... 13. band tion(s) Limitations tor 31.12 ...... do. 31.14 ...... do ...... 13. Kilohertz 31.16 ...... do. 1614 ...... Base or mobile 1, 2, 3, 4 .. IP 31.20 ...... do. 1628 ...... do ...... 5. 31.24 ...... do. 1652 ...... do ...... 5. 31.28 ...... do. 1676 ...... do ...... 5. 31.32 ...... do. 1700 ...... do ...... 5. 31.36 ...... do. 2000 to 25,000 Fixed, base or 1. 31.40 ...... do. mobile. 31.44 ...... do. 2292 ...... Base or mobile 5. 31.48 ...... do. 2398 ...... do ...... 5, 7. 31.52 ...... do. 4637.5 ...... do ...... 5, 7. 31.56 ...... do. 31.60 ...... do. Megahertz 31.64 ...... do. 31.68 ...... do. 25.02 ...... do ...... 3, 4 ...... IP 31.72 ...... do. 25.04 ...... do ...... 8 ...... IP 31.76 ...... do.

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31.80 ...... do. 37.74 ...... do ...... IW 31.84 ...... do. 37.76 ...... do ...... IW 31.88 ...... do. 37.78 ...... do ...... IW 31.92 ...... do. 37.80 ...... do ...... IW 31.96 ...... do. 37.82 ...... do ...... IW 33.12 ...... do ...... 11. 37.84 ...... Base, mobile, 16 ...... IW 33.14 ...... Mobile ...... 11, 12. or operational 33.16 ...... Base or mobile fixed. 33.18 ...... do ...... IP 37.86 ...... Base or mobile ...... IW 33.20 ...... do ...... IP 37.88 ...... do. 33.22 ...... do ...... IP 41.71 ...... do ...... 15 ...... IP 33.24 ...... do ...... IP 42.96 ...... do. 33.26 ...... do ...... IP 42.98 ...... Mobile ...... 11, 12. 33.28 ...... do ...... IP 43.00 ...... Base or mobile 33.30 ...... do ...... IP 43.02 ...... do. 33.32 ...... do ...... IP 43.04 ...... do ...... 17. 33.34 ...... do ...... IP 43.06 ...... do. 33.36 ...... do ...... IP 43.08 ...... do. 33.38 ...... do ...... IP 43.10 ...... do. 33.40 ...... Mobile ...... 12, 14. 43.12 ...... do. 35.02 ...... do ...... 11, 12, 13. 43.14 ...... do. 35.04 ...... Base or Mobile 10. 43.16 ...... Mobile. 35.06 ...... do. 43.18 ...... Base or mobile. 35.08 ...... do. 43.28 ...... do. 35.10 ...... do. 43.32 ...... do. 35.12 ...... do. 43.36 ...... do. 35.14 ...... do. 43.40 ...... do. 35.16 ...... do. 43.44 ...... do. 35.18 ...... do. 43.48 ...... do. 35.28 ...... do. 43.52 ...... do. 35.32 ...... do. 43.70 ...... do. 35.36 ...... do. 43.72 ...... do ...... 18. 35.40 ...... do. 43.74 ...... do ...... 18. 35.44 ...... do. 43.76 ...... do. 35.48 ...... do. 43.78 ...... do. 35.48 ...... do. 43.80 ...... do. 35.52 ...... do. 43.82 ...... do ...... 18. 35.70 ...... do. 43.84 ...... do ...... 18. 35.72 ...... do. 43.86 ...... do ...... 19. 35.74 ...... do. 43.88 ...... do ...... 19. 35.76 ...... do. 43.90 ...... do ...... 19. 35.78 ...... do. 43.92 ...... do ...... 18, 19. 35.80 ...... do. 43.94 ...... do ...... 19. 35.82 ...... do. 43.96 ...... do ...... 18. 35.84 ...... do. 43.98 ...... do. 35.86 ...... do. 44.00 ...... do. 35.88 ...... do. 44.02 ...... do. 35.90 ...... do. 44.04 ...... do. 35.92 ...... do. 44.06 ...... do. 35.94 ...... do. 44.08 ...... do. 35.96 ...... do. 44.10 ...... do ...... 20. 35.98 ...... do. 44.12 ...... do ...... 18. 36.25 ...... do ...... 15 ...... IP 44.14 ...... do. 37.44 ...... do. 44.16 ...... do ...... 18. 37.46 ...... do ...... IW 44.18 ...... do ...... 18. 37.48 ...... do ...... IW 44.20 ...... do ...... 18, 21. 37.50 ...... do ...... IW 44.22 ...... do. 37.52 ...... do ...... IW 44.24 ...... do. 37.54 ...... do ...... IW 44.26 ...... do. 37.56 ...... do ...... IW 44.28 ...... do. 37.58 ...... do ...... IW 44.30 ...... do. 37.60 ...... Base, mobile, 16 ...... IW 44.32 ...... do ...... 18. or operational 44.34 ...... do. fixed. 44.36 ...... do ...... 18, 19. 37.62 ...... Base or mobile ...... IW 44.38 ...... do ...... 19. 37.64 ...... do ...... IW 44.40 ...... do ...... 18, 19. 37.66 ...... do ...... IW 44.42 ...... do ...... 19. 37.68 ...... do ...... IW 44.44 ...... do ...... 19. 37.70 ...... do ...... IW 44.46 ...... do ...... 18. 37.72 ...... do ...... IW 44.48 ...... do ...... 18.

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44.50 ...... do. 48.84 ...... do ...... 18. 44.52 ...... do. 48.86 ...... do ...... 18. 44.54 ...... do. 48.88 ...... do. 44.56 ...... do. 48.90 ...... do. 44.58 ...... do. 48.92 ...... do ...... 18. 44.60 ...... do. 48.94 ...... do. 47.44 ...... do. 48.96 ...... do. 47.48 ...... do. 48.98 ...... do. 47.52 ...... do. 49.00 ...... do. 47.56 ...... do. 49.02 ...... do ...... 18. 47.60 ...... do. 49.04 ...... do. 47.64 ...... do. 49.06 ...... do. 47.68 ...... do. 49.08 ...... do ...... 18. 47.70 ...... do ...... IW 49.10 ...... do ...... 18. 47.72 ...... do ...... IW 49.12 ...... do. 47.74 ...... do ...... IW 49.14 ...... do. 47.76 ...... do ...... IW 49.16 ...... do ...... 18. 47.78 ...... do ...... IW 49.18 ...... do. 47.80 ...... do ...... IW 49.20 ...... do ...... 18. 47.82 ...... do ...... IW 49.22 ...... do. 47.84 ...... do ...... IW 49.24 ...... do ...... 18. 47.86 ...... do ...... IW 49.26 ...... do ...... 18. 47.88 ...... do ...... IW 49.28 ...... do ...... 18. 47.90 ...... do ...... IW 49.30 ...... do. 47.92 ...... do ...... IW 49.32 ...... do. 47.94 ...... do ...... IW 49.34 ...... do. 47.96 ...... do ...... IW 49.36 ...... do ...... 18. 47.98 ...... do ...... IW 49.38 ...... do. 48.00 ...... do ...... IW 49.40 ...... do ...... 18. 48.02 ...... do ...... IW 49.42 ...... do. 48.04 ...... do ...... IW 49.44 ...... do. 48.06 ...... do ...... IW 49.46 ...... do ...... 18. 48.08 ...... do ...... IW 49.48 ...... do. 48.10 ...... do ...... IW 49.50 ...... do ...... 18. 48.12 ...... do ...... IW 49.52 ...... do. 48.14 ...... do ...... IW 49.54 ...... do. 48.16 ...... do ...... IW 49.56 ...... do. 48.18 ...... do ...... IW 49.58 ...... do. 48.20 ...... do ...... IW 72 to 76 ...... Operational 22. 48.22 ...... do ...... IW fixed. 48.24 ...... do ...... IW 72.02 ...... Mobile ...... 23, 24. 48.26 ...... do ...... IW 72.04 ...... do ...... 23, 24. 48.28 ...... do ...... IW 72.06 ...... do ...... 23, 24. 48.30 ...... do ...... IW 72.08 ...... do ...... 23, 24, 25. 48.32 ...... do ...... IW 72.10 ...... do ...... 23, 24. 48.34 ...... do ...... IW 72.12 ...... do ...... 23, 24. 48.36 ...... do ...... IW 72.14 ...... do ...... 23, 24. 48.38 ...... do ...... IW 72.16 ...... do ...... 23, 24, 25. 48.40 ...... do ...... IW 72.18 ...... do ...... 23, 24. 48.42 ...... do ...... IW 72.20 ...... do ...... 23, 24. 48.44 ...... do ...... IW 72.22 ...... do ...... 23, 24. 48.46 ...... do ...... IW 72.24 ...... do ...... 23, 24, 25. 48.48 ...... do ...... IW 72.26 ...... do ...... 23, 24. 48.50 ...... do ...... IW 72.28 ...... do ...... 23, 24. 48.52 ...... do ...... IW 72.30 ...... do ...... 23, 24. 48.54 ...... do ...... IW 72.32 ...... do ...... 23, 24, 25. 48.56 ...... do. 72.34 ...... do ...... 23, 24. 48.58 ...... do. 72.36 ...... do ...... 23, 24. 48.60 ...... do. 72.38 ...... do ...... 23, 24. 48.62 ...... do. 72.40 ...... do ...... 23, 24, 25. 48.64 ...... do. 72.44 ...... do ...... 13, 24, 77. 48.66 ...... do. 72.48 ...... do ...... 13, 24, 77. 48.68 ...... do. 72.52 ...... do ...... 13, 24, 77. 48.70 ...... do. 72.56 ...... do ...... 13, 24, 77. 48.72 ...... do. 72.60 ...... do ...... 13, 24, 77. 48.74 ...... do. 74.61 ...... do ...... 26, 77. 48.76 ...... do ...... 18. 74.63 ...... do ...... 26, 77. 48.78 ...... do. 74.65 ...... do ...... 26, 77. 48.80 ...... do. 74.67 ...... do ...... 26, 77. 48.82 ...... do. 74.69 ...... do ...... 26, 77.

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74.71 ...... do ...... 26, 77. 151.2425 ...... do ...... 30, 31. 74.73 ...... do ...... 26, 77. 151.250 ...... do ...... 31. 74.75 ...... do ...... 26, 77. 151.2575 ...... do ...... 30, 31. 74.77 ...... do ...... 26, 77. 151.265 ...... do ...... 31. 74.79 ...... do ...... 26, 77. 151.2725 ...... do ...... 30, 31. 75.21 ...... do ...... 26, 77. 151.280 ...... do ...... 31. 75.23 ...... do ...... 26, 77. 151.2875 ...... do ...... 30, 31. 75.25 ...... do ...... 26, 77. 151.295 ...... do ...... 31. 75.27 ...... do ...... 26, 77. 151.310 ...... Base ...... 28, 29, 31. 75.29 ...... do ...... 26, 77. 151.325 ...... Base or mobile 31. 75.31 ...... do ...... 26, 77. 151.3325 ...... do ...... 30, 31. 75.33 ...... do ...... 26, 77. 151.340 ...... do ...... 31. 75.35 ...... do ...... 26, 77. 151.3475 ...... do ...... 30, 31. 75.37 ...... do ...... 26, 77. 151.355 ...... do ...... 31. 75.39 ...... do ...... 26, 77. 151.3625 ...... do ...... 30, 31. 75.44 ...... do ...... 13, 24, 77. 151.370 ...... do ...... 31. 75.48 ...... do ...... 13, 24, 77. 151.3775 ...... do ...... 30, 31. 75.52 ...... do ...... 13, 24, 77. 151.385 ...... do ...... 31. 75.56 ...... do ...... 13, 24, 77. 151.3925 ...... do ...... 30, 31. 75.60 ...... do ...... 13, 24, 77. 151.400 ...... do ...... 31. 150 to 170 ...... Base or mobile 27. 151.4075 ...... do ...... 30, 31. 150.815 ...... do. 151.415 ...... do ...... 31. 150.830 ...... do ...... 28, 29. 151.4225 ...... do ...... 30, 31. 150.845 ...... do.. 151.430 ...... do ...... 31. 150.8525 ...... do ...... 30. 151.4375 ...... do ...... 30, 31. 150.860 ...... do. 151.445 ...... do ...... 31. 150.8675 ...... do ...... 30. 151.4525 ...... do ...... 30, 31. 150.875 ...... do. 151.460 ...... do ...... 31. 150.8825 ...... do ...... 30. 151.4675 ...... do ...... 30, 31. 150.890 ...... do. 151.475 ...... do ...... 31. 150.8975 ...... do ...... 30. 151.4825 ...... do ...... 30, 31. 150.905 ...... do. 151.490 ...... do ...... 32. 150.920 ...... do ...... 28, 29. 151.4975 ...... do ...... 30, 32. 150.935 ...... do. 151.505 ...... do ...... 17. 150.9425 ...... do ...... 30. 151.5125 ...... do ...... 17, 30. 150.950 ...... do. 151.520 ...... do. 150.9575 ...... do ...... 30. 151.5275 ...... do ...... 30. 150.965 ...... do. 151.535 ...... do. 150.9725 ...... do ...... 30. 151.5425 ...... do ...... 30. 150.980 ...... do ...... 8 ...... IP 151.550 ...... do. 150.9875 ...... do ...... 8, 30 ...... IP 151.5575 ...... do ...... 30. 150.995 ...... do ...... 31. 151.565 ...... do. 151.0025 ...... do ...... 30, 31. 151.5725 ...... do ...... 30. 151.010 ...... do ...... 31. 151.580 ...... do. 151.0175 ...... do ...... 30, 31. 151.5875 ...... do ...... 30. 151.025 ...... do ...... 31. 151.595 ...... do. 151.0325 ...... do ...... 30, 31. 151.6025 ...... do ...... 30. 151.040 ...... do ...... 31. 151.625 ...... do ...... 10. 151.0475 ...... do ...... 30, 31. 151.640 ...... do ...... 10, 33. 151.055 ...... do ...... 31. 151.6475 ...... do ...... 30. 151.070 ...... Base ...... 28, 29, 31. 151.655 ...... do. 151.085 ...... Base or mobile 31. 151.6625 ...... do ...... 30. 151.0925 ...... do ...... 30, 31. 151.670 ...... do ...... 30. 151.100 ...... do ...... 31. 151.6775 ...... do ...... 30. 151.1075 ...... do ...... 30, 31. 151.685 ...... do. 151.115 ...... do ...... 31. 151.700 ...... do ...... 10, 30, 34. 151.1225 ...... do ...... 30, 31. 151.715 ...... do. 151.130 ...... do ...... 31. 151.7225 ...... do ...... 30. 151.1375 ...... do ...... 30, 31. 151.730 ...... do ...... 30. 151.145 ...... do ...... 31. 151.7375 ...... do ...... 30. 151.1525 ...... do ...... 30, 31. 151.745 ...... do. 151.160 ...... do ...... 31. 151.760 ...... do ...... 10, 30, 34. 151.1675 ...... do ...... 30, 31. 151.775 ...... do. 151.175 ...... do ...... 31. 151.7825 ...... do ...... 30. 151.190 ...... Base ...... 28, 29, 31. 151.790 ...... do ...... 30. 151.205 ...... Base or mobile 31. 151.7975 ...... do ...... 30. 151.2125 ...... do ...... 30, 31. 151.805 ...... do. 151.220 ...... do ...... 31. 151.820 ...... Mobile ...... 12, 14, 30, 151.2275 ...... do ...... 30, 31. 35. 151.235 ...... do ...... 31. 151.835 ...... Base or mobile.

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151.8425 ...... do ...... 30. 153.0275 ...... do ...... 30. 151.850 ...... do ...... 30. 153.035 ...... do. 151.8575 ...... do ...... 30. 153.0425 ...... do ...... 30. 151.865 ...... do. 153.050 ...... do ...... 4, 7. 151.880 ...... Mobile ...... 12, 14, 30, 153.0575 ...... do ...... 4, 7, 30. 35. 153.065 ...... do. 151.895 ...... Base or mobile. 153.0725 ...... do ...... 30. 151.9025 ...... do ...... 30. 153.080 ...... do ...... 4, 7. 151.910 ...... do ...... 30. 153.0875 ...... do ...... 4, 7, 30. 151.9175 ...... do ...... 30. 153.095 ...... do. 151.925 ...... do. 153.1025 ...... do ...... 30. 151.940 ...... Mobile ...... 12, 14, 30, 153.110 ...... do ...... 4, 7. 35. 153.1175 ...... do ...... 4, 7, 30. 151.955 ...... Base or Mobile. 153.125 ...... do. 151.9625 ...... do ...... 30. 153.1325 ...... do ...... 30. 151.970 ...... do ...... 30. 153.140 ...... do ...... 4, 7. 151.9775 ...... do ...... 30. 153.1475 ...... do ...... 4, 7, 30. 151.985 ...... do. 153.155 ...... do. 152.2625 ...... do ...... 33. 153.1625 ...... do ...... 30. 152.270 ...... do ...... 6. 153.170 ...... do ...... 4, 7. 152.2775 ...... do ...... 6, 30. 153.1775 ...... do ...... 4, 7, 30. 152.285 ...... do ...... 6. 153.185 ...... do. 152.2925 ...... do ...... 6, 30. 153.1925 ...... do ...... 30. 152.300 ...... do ...... 6. 153.200 ...... do ...... 4, 7. 152.3075 ...... do ...... 6, 30. 153.2075 ...... do ...... 4, 7, 30. 152.315 ...... do ...... 6. 153.215 ...... do. 152.3225 ...... do ...... 6, 30. 153.2225 ...... do ...... 30. 152.330 ...... do ...... 6. 153.230 ...... do ...... 4, 7. 152.3375 ...... do ...... 6, 30. 153.2375 ...... do ...... 4, 7, 30. 152.345 ...... do ...... 6. 153.245 ...... do. 152.3525 ...... do ...... 6, 30. 153.2525 ...... do ...... 30. 152.360 ...... do ...... 6. 153.260 ...... do ...... 4, 7. 152.3675 ...... do ...... 6, 30. 153.2675 ...... do ...... 4, 7, 30. 152.375 ...... do ...... 6. 153.275 ...... do. 152.3825 ...... do ...... 6, 30. 153.2825 ...... do ...... 30. 152.390 ...... do ...... 6. 153.290 ...... do ...... 4, 7. 152.3975 ...... do ...... 6, 30. 153.2975 ...... do ...... 4, 7, 30. 152.405 ...... do ...... 6. 153.305 ...... do. 152.4125 ...... do ...... 6, 30. 153.3125 ...... do ...... 30. 152.420 ...... do ...... 6. 153.320 ...... do ...... 4, 7. 152.4275 ...... do ...... 6, 30. 153.3275 ...... do ...... 4, 7, 30. 152.435 ...... do ...... 6. 153.335 ...... do. 152.4425 ...... do ...... 6, 30. 153.3425 ...... do ...... 30. 152.450 ...... do ...... 6. 153.350 ...... do ...... 4, 7. 152.4575 ...... do ...... 6, 30. 153.3575 ...... do ...... 4, 7, 30. 152.465 ...... do ...... 6. 153.365 ...... do. 152.480 ...... do ...... 29, 36, 37, 153.3725 ...... do ...... 30. 38. 153.380 ...... do. 152.8625 ...... do ...... 33. 153.3875 ...... do ...... 30. 152.870 ...... do ...... 6. 153.395 ...... do. 152.8775 ...... do ...... 30. 153.4025 ...... do ...... 30. 152.885 ...... do. 153.410 ...... do ...... IW 152.8925 ...... do ...... 30. 153.4175 ...... do ...... 30 ...... IW 152.900 ...... do. 153.425 ...... do. 152.9075 ...... do ...... 30. 153.4325 ...... do ...... 30. 152.915 ...... do. 153.440 ...... do. 152.9225 ...... do ...... 30. 153.4475 ...... do ...... 30. 152.930 ...... do. 153.455 ...... do. 152.9375 ...... do ...... 30. 153.4625 ...... do ...... 30. 152.945 ...... do. 153.470 ...... do ...... IW 152.9525 ...... do ...... 30. 153.4775 ...... do ...... 30 IW 152.960 ...... do. 153.485 ...... do. 152.9675 ...... do ...... 30. 153.4925 ...... do ...... 30. 152.975 ...... do. 153.500 ...... do. 152.9825 ...... do ...... 30. 153.5075 ...... do ...... 30. 152.990 ...... do. 153.515 ...... do. 152.9975 ...... do ...... 30. 153.5225 ...... do ...... 30. 153.005 ...... do. 153.530 ...... do ...... IW 153.0125 ...... do ...... 30. 153.5375 ...... do ...... 30 ...... IW 153.020 ...... do. 153.545 ...... do.

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153.5525 ...... do ...... 30. 157.6125 ...... do ...... 6, 30. 153.560 ...... do. 157.620 ...... Base or mobile 6. 153.5675 ...... do ...... 30. 157.6275 ...... do ...... 6, 30. 153.575 ...... do. 157.635 ...... Mobile ...... 6. 153.5825 ...... do ...... 30. 157.6425 ...... do ...... 6, 30. 153.590 ...... do ...... IW 157.650 ...... do ...... 6. 153.5975 ...... do ...... 30 ...... IW 157.6575 ...... do ...... 6, 30. 153.605 ...... do. 157.665 ...... do ...... 6. 153.6125 ...... do ...... 30. 157.6725 ...... do ...... 6, 30. 153.620 ...... do. 157.680 ...... do ...... 6. 153.6275 ...... do ...... 30. 157.6875 ...... do ...... 6, 30. 153.635 ...... do. 157.695 ...... do ...... 6. 153.6425 ...... do ...... 30. 157.7025 ...... do ...... 6, 30. 153.650 ...... do ...... IW 157.710 ...... do ...... 6. 153.6575 ...... do ...... 30 ...... IW 157.7175 ...... do ...... 6, 30. 153.665 ...... do. 157.725 ...... Base or mobile 6. 153.6725 ...... do ...... 30. 157.740 ...... do ...... 29, 36, 37, 153.680 ...... do. 38. 153.6875 ...... do ...... 30. 158.1225 ...... do ...... l33 ...... IW 153.695 ...... do ...... IW 158.130 ...... do ...... IW 153.7025 ...... do ...... 30 ...... IW 158.1375 ...... do ...... 30 ...... IW 153.710 ...... do ...... IW 158.145 ...... do. 153.7175 ...... do ...... 30 ...... IW 158.1525 ...... do ...... 30. 153.725 ...... do ...... IW 158.160 ...... do. 153.7325 ...... do ...... 30 ...... IW 158.1675 ...... do ...... 30. 154.45625 ...... Fixed or mobile 39, 40, 41, 158.175 ...... do. 42. 158.1825 ...... do ...... 30. 154.46375 ...... do 39, 40, 43. 158.190 ...... do ...... IW 154.47125 ...... do 39, 40, 41, 158.1975 ...... do ...... 30 ...... IW 44. 158.205 ...... do. 154.47875 ...... do 39, 40, 41, 158.2125 ...... do ...... 30. 42. 158.220 ...... do. 154.4825 ...... Base or mobile 30. 158.2275 ...... do ...... 30. 154.490 ...... do. 158.235 ...... do. 154.4975 ...... do ...... 30. 158.2425 ...... do ...... 30. 154.505 ...... do ...... 30. 158.250 ...... do ...... IW 154.515 ...... do. 158.2575 ...... do ...... 30 ...... IW 154.5275 ...... Mobile ...... 10, 30, 34. 158.265 ...... do. 154.540 ...... Base or mo- 158.2725 ...... do ...... 30. bile. 158.280 ...... do. 154.5475 ...... do ...... 30. 158.2875 ...... do ...... 30. 154.555 ...... do ...... 33. 158.295 ...... do. 154.570 ...... Mobile ...... 11, 12, 35, 158.3025 ...... do ...... 30. 45. 158.310 ...... do ...... 4, 7. 154.585 ...... do ...... 8, 46 ...... IP 158.3175 ...... do ...... 4, 7, 30. 154.600 ...... do ...... 11, 12, 45, 158.325 ...... do. 47. 158.3325 ...... do ...... 30. 154.610 ...... Base or mobile 33. 158.340 ...... Mobile. 154.625 ...... do ...... 36, 37, 48. 158.3475 ...... do ...... 30. 154.640 ...... Base ...... 30, 36, 37, 158.355 ...... Base or mobile. 48. 158.3625 ...... do ...... 30. 157.470 ...... Base or mobile 12. 158.370 ...... do ...... 4, 7. 157.4775 ...... do ...... 12, 30. 158.3775 ...... do ...... 4, 7, 30. 157.485 ...... do ...... 12. 158.385 ...... do. 157.4925 ...... do ...... 12, 30. 158.3925 ...... do ...... 30. 157.500 ...... do ...... 12. 158.400 ...... do ...... 17. 157.5075 ...... do ...... 12, 30. 158.4075 ...... do ...... 17, 30. 157.515 ...... do ...... 12. 158.415 ...... do. 157.5225 ...... do ...... 12, 30. 158.4225 ...... do ...... 30. 157.530 ...... Mobile ...... 6. 158.430 ...... do ...... 4, 7. 157.5375 ...... do 6, 30. 158.4375 ...... do ...... 4, 7, 30. 157.545 ...... do 6. 158.445 ...... Mobile ...... 8, 49 ...... IP 157.5525 ...... do 6, 30. 158.460 ...... Base or mobile 29, 36, 37, 157.560 ...... Base or mobile 6. 38, 48. 157.5675 ...... do ...... 6, 30. 159.480 ...... do ...... 8. IP 157.575 ...... Mobile ...... 6. 159.4875 ...... do ...... 8, 30. IP 157.5825 ...... do ...... 6, 30. 159.495 ...... do. 157.590 ...... do ...... 6. 159.5025 ...... do ...... 30. 157.5975 ...... do ...... 6, 30. 159.510 ...... do. 157.605 ...... do ...... 6. 159.5175 ...... do ...... 30.

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159.525 ...... do. 160.050 ...... do. 159.5325 ...... do ...... 30. 160.0575 ...... do ...... 30. 159.540 ...... do. 160.065 ...... do. 159.5475 ...... do ...... 30. 160.0725 ...... do ...... 30. 159.555 ...... do. 160.080 ...... do. 159.5625 ...... do ...... 30. 160.0875 ...... do ...... 30. 159.570 ...... do. 160.095 ...... do. 159.5775 ...... do ...... 30. 160.1025 ...... do ...... 30. 159.585 ...... do. 160.110 ...... do. 159.5925 ...... do ...... 30. 160.1175 ...... do ...... 30. 159.600 ...... do. 160.125 ...... do. 159.6075 ...... do ...... 30. 160.1325 ...... do ...... 30. 159.615 ...... do. 160.140 ...... do. 159.6225 ...... do ...... 30. 160.1475 ...... do ...... 30. 159.630 ...... do. 160.155 ...... do. 159.6375 ...... do ...... 30. 160.1625 ...... do ...... 30. 159.645 ...... do. 160.170 ...... do. 159.6525 ...... do ...... 30. 160.1775 ...... do ...... 30. 159.660 ...... do. 160.185 ...... do. 159.6675 ...... do ...... 30. 160.1925 ...... do ...... 30. 159.675 ...... do. 160.200 ...... do. 159.6825 ...... do ...... 30. 160.2075 ...... do ...... 30. 159.690 ...... do. 160.215 ...... do ...... 50 ...... LR 159.6975 ...... do ...... 30. 160.2225 ...... do ...... 30, 50 ...... LR 159.705 ...... do. 160.230 ...... do ...... 50 ...... LR 159.7125 ...... do ...... 30. 160.2375 ...... do ...... 30, 50 ...... LR 159.720 ...... do. 160.245 ...... do ...... 50 ...... LR 159.7275 ...... do ...... 30. 160.2525 ...... do ...... 30, 50 ...... LR 159.735 ...... do. 160.260 ...... do ...... 50 ...... LR 159.7425 ...... do ...... 30. 160.2675 ...... do ...... 30, 50 ...... LR 159.750 ...... do. 160.275 ...... do ...... 50 ...... LR 159.7575 ...... do ...... 30. 160.2825 ...... do ...... 30, 50 ...... LR 159.765 ...... do. 160.290 ...... do ...... 50 ...... LR 159.7725 ...... do ...... 30. 160.2975 ...... do ...... 30, 50 ...... LR 159.780 ...... do. 160.305 ...... do ...... 50 ...... LR 159.7875 ...... do ...... 30. 160.3125 ...... do ...... 30, 50 ...... LR 159.795 ...... do. 160.320 ...... do ...... 50 ...... LR 159.8025 ...... do ...... 30. 160.3275 ...... do ...... 30, 50 ...... LR 159.810 ...... do. 160.335 ...... do ...... 50 ...... LR 159.8175 ...... do ...... 30. 160.3425 ...... do ...... 30, 50 ...... LR 159.825 ...... do. 160.350 ...... do ...... 50 ...... LR 159.8325 ...... do ...... 30. 160.3575 ...... do ...... 30, 50 ...... LR 159.840 ...... do. 160.365 ...... do ...... 50 ...... LR 159.8475 ...... do ...... 30. 160.3725 ...... do ...... 30, 50 ...... LR 159.855 ...... do. 160.380 ...... do ...... 50 ...... LR 159.8625 ...... do ...... 30. 160.3875 ...... do ...... 30, 50 ...... LR 159.870 ...... do. 160.395 ...... do ...... 50 ...... LR 159.8775 ...... do ...... 30. 160.4025 ...... do ...... 30, 50 ...... LR 159.885 ...... do. 160.410 ...... do ...... 50, 52 ...... LR 159.8925 ...... do ...... 30. 160.4175 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 52 LR 159.900 ...... do. 160.425 ...... do ...... 50, 52 ...... LR 159.9075 ...... do ...... 30. 160.4325 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 52 LR 159.915 ...... do. 160.440 ...... do ...... 50, 52 ...... LR 159.9225 ...... do ...... 30. 160.4475 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 52 LR 159.930 ...... do. 160.455 ...... do ...... 50, 52 ...... LR 159.9375 ...... do ...... 30. 160.4625 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 52 LR 159.945 ...... do. 160.470 ...... do ...... 50, 52 ...... LR 159.9525 ...... do ...... 30. 160.4775 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 52 LR 159.960 ...... do. 160.485 ...... do ...... 50, 52 ...... LR 159.9675 ...... do ...... 30. 160.4925 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 52 LR 159.975 ...... do. 160.500 ...... do ...... 50, 52 ...... LR 159.9825 ...... do ...... 30. 160.5075 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 52 LR 159.990 ...... do. 160.515 ...... do ...... 50, 52 ...... LR 159.9975 ...... do ...... 30. 160.5225 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 52 LR 160.005 ...... do. 160.530 ...... do ...... 50, 52 ...... LR 160.0125 ...... do ...... 30. 160.5375 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 52 LR 160.020 ...... do. 160.545 ...... do ...... 50, 52 ...... LR 160.0275 ...... do ...... 30. 160.5525 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 52 LR 160.035 ...... do. 160.560 ...... do ...... 50, 52 ...... LR 160.0425 ...... do ...... 30. 160.5675 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 52 LR

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160.575 ...... do ...... 50, 52 ...... LR 161.100 ...... do ...... 50, 51 ...... LR 160.5825 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 52 LR 161.1075 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 51 LR 160.590 ...... do ...... 50, 52 ...... LR 161.115 ...... do ...... 50, 51 ...... LR 160.5975 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 52 LR 161.1225 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 51 LR 160.605 ...... do ...... 50, 52 ...... LR 161.130 ...... do ...... 50, 51 ...... LR 160.6125 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 52 LR 161.1375 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 51 LR 160.620 ...... do ...... 50 ...... LR 161.145 ...... do ...... 50, 51 ...... LR 160.6275 ...... do ...... 30, 50 ...... LR 161.1525 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 51 LR 160.635 ...... do ...... 50 ...... LR 161.160 ...... do ...... 50, 51 ...... LR 160.6425 ...... do ...... 30, 50 ...... LR 161.1675 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 51 LR 160.650 ...... do ...... 50 ...... LR 161.175 ...... do ...... 50, 51 ...... LR 160.6575 ...... do ...... 30, 50 ...... LR 161.1825 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 51 LR 160.665 ...... do ...... 50 ...... LR 161.190 ...... do ...... 50, 51 ...... LR 160.6725 ...... do ...... 30, 50 ...... LR 161.1975 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 51 LR 160.680 ...... do ...... 50 ...... LR 161.205 ...... do ...... 50, 51 ...... LR 160.6875 ...... do ...... 30, 50 ...... LR 161.2125 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 51 LR 160.695 ...... do ...... 50 ...... LR 161.220 ...... do ...... 50, 51 ...... LR 160.7025 ...... do ...... 30, 50 ...... LR 161.2275 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 51 LR 160.710 ...... do ...... 50 ...... LR 161.235 ...... do ...... 50, 51 ...... LR 160.7175 ...... do ...... 30, 50 ...... LR 161.2425 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 51 LR 160.725 ...... do ...... 50 ...... LR 161.250 ...... do ...... 50, 51 ...... LR 160.7325 ...... do ...... 30, 50 ...... LR 161.2575 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 51 LR 160.740 ...... do ...... 50 ...... LR 161.265 ...... do ...... 50, 51 ...... LR 160.7475 ...... do ...... 30, 50 ...... LR 161.2725 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 51 LR 160.755 ...... do ...... 50 ...... LR 161.280 ...... do ...... 50, 51 ...... LR 160.7625 ...... do ...... 30, 50 ...... LR 161.2875 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 51 LR 160.770 ...... do ...... 50 ...... LR 161.295 ...... do ...... 50, 51 ...... LR 160.7775 ...... do ...... 30, 50 ...... LR 161.3025 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 51 LR 160.785 ...... do ...... 50 ...... LR 161.310 ...... do ...... 50, 51 ...... LR 160.7925 ...... do ...... 30, 50 ...... LR 161.3175 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 51 LR 160.800 ...... do ...... 50 ...... LR 161.325 ...... do ...... 50, 51 ...... LR 160.8075 ...... do ...... 30, 50 ...... LR 161.3325 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 51 LR 160.815 ...... do ...... 50 ...... LR 161.340 ...... do ...... 50, 51 ...... LR 160.8225 ...... do ...... 30, 50 ...... LR 161.3475 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 51 LR 160.830 ...... do ...... 50 ...... LR 161.355 ...... do ...... 50, 51 ...... LR 160.8375 ...... do ...... 30, 50 ...... LR 161.3625 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 51 LR 160.845 ...... do ...... 50 ...... LR 161.370 ...... do ...... 50, 51 ...... LR 160.8525 ...... do ...... 30, 50 ...... LR 161.3775 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 51 LR 160.860 ...... do ...... 50, 51 ...... LR 161.385 ...... do ...... 50, 52 ...... LR 160.8675 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 51 LR 161.3925 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 52 LR 160.875 ...... do ...... 50, 51 ...... LR 161.400 ...... do ...... 50, 52 ...... LR 160.8825 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 51 LR 161.4075 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 52 LR 160.890 ...... do ...... 50, 51 ...... LR 161.415 ...... do ...... 50, 52 ...... LR 160.8975 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 51 LR 161.4225 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 52 LR 160.905 ...... do ...... 50, 51 ...... LR 161.430 ...... do ...... 50, 52 ...... LR 160.9125 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 51 LR 161.4375 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 52 LR 160.920 ...... do ...... 50, 51 ...... LR 161.445 ...... do ...... 50, 52 ...... LR 160.9275 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 51 LR 161.4525 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 52 LR 160.935 ...... do ...... 50, 51 ...... LR 161.460 ...... do ...... 50, 52 ...... LR 160.9425 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 51 LR 161.4675 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 52 LR 160.950 ...... do ...... 50, 51 ...... LR 161.475 ...... do ...... 50, 52 ...... LR 160.9575 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 51 LR 161.4825 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 52 LR 160.965 ...... do ...... 50, 51 ...... LR 161.490 ...... do ...... 50, 52 ...... LR 160.9725 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 51 LR 161.4975 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 52 LR 160.980 ...... do ...... 50, 51 ...... LR 161.505 ...... do ...... 50, 52 ...... LR 160.9875 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 51 LR 161.5125 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 52 LR 160.995 ...... do ...... 50, 51 ...... LR 161.520 ...... do ...... 50, 52 ...... LR 161.0025 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 51 LR 161.5275 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 52 LR 161.010 ...... do ...... 50, 51 ...... LR 161.535 ...... do ...... 50, 52 ...... LR 161.0175 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 51 LR 161.5425 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 52 LR 161.025 ...... do ...... 50, 51 ...... LR 161.550 ...... do ...... 50, 52 ...... LR 161.0325 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 51 LR 161.5575 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 52 LR 161.040 ...... do ...... 50, 51 ...... LR 161.565 ...... do ...... 50, 52 ...... LR 161.0475 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 51 LR 161.610 ...... do ...... 78 ...... LR 161.055 ...... do ...... 50, 51 ...... LR 169 to 172 ...... Mobile, oper- 53. 161.0625 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 51 LR ational fixed. 161.070 ...... do ...... 50, 51 ...... LR 173.20375 ...... Fixed or mobile 39, 40, 41, 161.0775 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 51 LR 44. 161.085 ...... do ...... 50, 51 ...... LR 173.210 ...... do ...... 40, 41, 44, 161.0925 ...... do ...... 30, 50, 51 LR 54.

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173.225 ...... Base or mobile. 451.26875 ...... do ...... 33 ...... IW 173.2375 ...... Fixed or mobile 39, 40, 41, 451.275 ...... do. 42. 451.28125 ...... do ...... 33. 173.250 ...... Base or mobile 451.2875 ...... do ...... 30. 173.2625 ...... Fixed or mobile 39, 40, 41, 451.29375 ...... do ...... 33. 42. 451.300 ...... do. 173.275 ...... Base or mobile. 451.30625 ...... do ...... 33. 173.2875 ...... Fixed or mobile 39, 40, 41, 451.3125 ...... do ...... 30. 42. 451.31875 ...... do ...... 33. 173.300 ...... Base or mobile. 451.325 ...... do. 173.3125 ...... Fixed or mobile 39, 40, 41, 451.33125 ...... do ...... 33. 42. 451.3375 ...... do ...... 30. 173.325 ...... Base or mobile. 451.34375 ...... do ...... 33. 173.3375 ...... Fixed or mobile 39, 40, 41, 451.350 ...... do. 42. 451.35625 ...... do ...... 33. 173.350 ...... Base or mobile. 451.3625 ...... do ...... 30. 173.3625 ...... Fixed or mobile 39, 40, 41, 451.36875 ...... do ...... 33. 42. 451.375 ...... do. 173.375 ...... Base or mobile. 451.38125 ...... do ...... 33. 173.390 ...... Fixed or mobile 40, 41, 44, 451.3875 ...... do ...... 30. 54. 451.39375 ...... do ...... 33. 173.39625 ...... do ...... 39, 40, 41, 451.400 ...... do. 42. 451.40625 ...... do ...... 33. 216 to 220 ...... Base or mobile 55. 451.4125 ...... do ...... 30. 220 to 222 ...... Base and mo- 56. 451.41875 ...... do ...... 33. bile. 451.425 ...... do. 406 to 413 ...... Operational 53. 451.43125 ...... do ...... 33. fixed. 451.4375 ...... do ...... 30. 450 to 470 ...... Fixed, base, or 27, 57. 451.44375 ...... do ...... 33. mobile. 451.450 ...... do. 451.01875 ...... Base or mobile l33 ...... IW 451.45625 ...... do ...... 33. 451.025 ...... do ...... IW 451.4625 ...... do ...... 30. 451.03125 ...... do ...... 33 ...... IW 451.46875 ...... do ...... 33. 451.0375 ...... do ...... 30 ...... IW 451.475 ...... do. 451.04375 ...... do ...... 33 ...... IW 451.48125 ...... do ...... 33. 451.050 ...... do ...... IW 451.4875 ...... do ...... 30. 451.05625 ...... do ...... 33 ...... IW 451.49375 ...... do ...... 33. 451.0625 ...... do ...... 30 ...... IW 451.500 ...... do. 451.06875 ...... do ...... 33 ...... IW 451.50625 ...... do ...... 33. 451.075 ...... do ...... IW 451.5125 ...... do ...... 30. 451.08125 ...... do ...... 33 ...... IW 451.51875 ...... do ...... 33. 451.0875 ...... do ...... 30 ...... IW 451.525 ...... do. 451.09375 ...... do ...... 33 ...... IW 451.53125 ...... do ...... 33. 451.100 ...... do ...... IW 451.5375 ...... do ...... 30. 451.10625 ...... do ...... 33 ...... IW 451.54375 ...... do ...... 33. 451.1125 ...... do ...... 30 ...... IW 451.550 ...... do ...... 4, 7. 451.11875 ...... do ...... 33 ...... IW 451.55625 ...... do ...... 4, 7, 33. 451.125 ...... do ...... IW 451.5625 ...... do ...... 4, 7, 30. 451.13125 ...... do ...... 33 ...... IW 451.56875 ...... do ...... 4, 7, 33. 451.1375 ...... do ...... 30 ...... IW 451.575 ...... do. 451.14375 ...... do ...... 33 ...... IW 451.58125 ...... do ...... 33. 451.150 ...... do ...... IW 451.5875 ...... do ...... 30. 451.15625 ...... do ...... 33 ...... IW 451.59375 ...... do ...... 33. 451.1625 ...... do ...... 30 ...... IW 451.600 ...... do ...... 4, 7. 451.16875 ...... do ...... 33 ...... IW 451.60625 ...... do ...... 4, 7, 33. 451.175 ...... do. 451.6125 ...... do ...... 4, 7, 30. 451.18125 ...... do ...... 33. 451.61875 ...... do ...... 4, 7, 33. 451.1875 ...... do ...... 30. 451.625 ...... do. 451.19375 ...... do ...... 33. 451.63125 ...... do ...... 33. 451.200 ...... do ...... IW 451.6375 ...... do ...... 30. 451.20625 ...... do ...... 33 ...... IW 451.64375 ...... do ...... 33. 451.2125 ...... do ...... 30 ...... IW 451.650 ...... do ...... 4, 7. 451.21875 ...... do ...... 33 ...... IW 451.65625 ...... do ...... 4, 7, 33. 451.225 ...... do. 451.6625 ...... do ...... 4, 7, 30. 451.23125 ...... do ...... 33. 451.66875 ...... do ...... 4, 7, 33. 451.2375 ...... do ...... 30. 451.675 ...... do. 451.24375 ...... do ...... 33. 451.68125 ...... do ...... 33. 451.250 ...... do ...... IW 451.6875 ...... do ...... 30. 451.25625 ...... do ...... 33 ...... IW 451.69375 ...... do ...... 33. 451.2625 ...... do ...... 30 ...... IW 451.700 ...... do ...... 4, 7.

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451.70625 ...... do ...... 4, 7, 33. 452.13125 ...... do ...... 33. 451.7125 ...... do ...... 4, 7, 30. 452.1375 ...... do ...... 30. 451.71875 ...... do ...... 4, 7, 33. 452.14375 ...... do ...... 33. 451.725 ...... do. 452.150 ...... do. 451.73125 ...... do ...... 33. 452.15625 ...... do ...... 33. 451.7375 ...... do ...... 30. 452.1625 ...... do ...... 30. 451.74375 ...... do ...... 33. 452.16875 ...... do ...... 33. 451.750 ...... do ...... 4, 7. 452.175 ...... do. 451.75625 ...... do ...... 4, 7, 33. 452.18125 ...... do ...... 33. 451.7625 ...... do ...... 4, 7, 30. 452.1875 ...... do ...... 30. 451.76875 ...... do ...... 4, 7, 33. 452.19375 ...... do ...... 33. 451.775 ...... do. 452.200 ...... do. 451.78125 ...... do ...... 33. 452.20625 ...... do ...... 33. 451.7875 ...... do ...... 30. 452.2125 ...... do ...... 30. 451.79375 ...... do ...... 33. 452.21875 ...... do ...... 33. 451.800 ...... Base, mobile, 17, 58. 452.225 ...... do or operational 452.23125 ...... do ...... 33. fixed. 452.2375 ...... do ...... 30. 451.80625 ...... do ...... 17, 33, 58. 452.24375 ...... do ...... 33. 451.8125 ...... do ...... 17, 30, 58. 452.250 ...... do. 451.81875 ...... do ...... 17, 33, 58. 452.25625 ...... do ...... 33. 451.825 ...... Base or mobile. 452.2625 ...... do ...... 30. 451.83125 ...... do ...... 33. 452.26875 ...... do ...... 33. 451.8375 ...... do ...... 30. 452.275 ...... do. 451.84375 ...... do ...... 33. 452.28125 ...... do ...... 33. 451.850 ...... do. 452.2875 ...... do ...... 30. 451.85625 ...... do ...... 33. 452.29375 ...... do ...... 33. 451.8625 ...... do ...... 30. 452.300 ...... do. 451.86875 ...... do ...... 33. 452.30625 ...... do ...... 33. 451.875 ...... do. 452.3125 ...... do ...... 30. 451.88125 ...... do ...... 33. 452.31875 ...... do ...... 33. 451.8875 ...... do ...... 30. 452.325 ...... do. 451.89375 ...... do ...... 33. 452.33125 ...... do ...... 33. 451.900 ...... do. 452.3375 ...... do ...... 30. 451.90625 ...... do ...... 33. 452.34375 ...... do ...... 33. 451.9125 ...... do ...... 30. 452.350 ...... do. 451.91875 ...... do ...... 33. 452.35625 ...... do ...... 33. 451.925 ...... do. 452.3625 ...... do ...... 30. 451.93125 ...... do ...... 33. 452.36875 ...... do ...... 33. 451.9375 ...... do ...... 30. 452.375 ...... do. 451.94375 ...... do ...... 33. 452.38125 ...... do ...... 33. 451.950 ...... do. 452.3875 ...... do ...... 30. 451.95625 ...... do ...... 33. 452.39375 ...... do ...... 33. 451.9625 ...... do ...... 30. 452.400 ...... do. 451.96875 ...... do ...... 33. 452.40625 ...... do ...... 33. 451.975 ...... do. 452.4125 ...... do ...... 30. 451.98125 ...... do ...... 33. 452.41875 ...... do ...... 33. 451.9875 ...... do ...... 30. 452.425 ...... do. 451.99375 ...... do ...... 33. 452.43125 ...... do ...... 33. 452.000 ...... do. 452.4375 ...... do ...... 30. 452.00625 ...... do ...... 33. 452.44375 ...... do ...... 33. 452.0125 ...... do ...... 30. 452.450 ...... do. 452.01875 ...... do ...... 33. 452.45625 ...... do ...... 33. 452.025 ...... do. 452.4625 ...... do ...... 30. 452.03125 ...... do ...... 33. 452.46875 ...... do ...... 33. 452.0375 ...... do ...... 30. 452.475 ...... do. 452.04375 ...... do ...... 33. 452.48125 ...... do ...... 33. 452.050 ...... do. 452.4875 ...... do ...... 30. 452.05625 ...... do ...... 33. 452.49375 ...... do ...... 33. 452.0625 ...... do ...... 30. 452.500 ...... do. 452.06875 ...... do ...... 33. 452.50625 ...... do ...... 33. 452.075 ...... do. 452.5125 ...... do ...... 30. 452.08125 ...... do ...... 33. 452.51875 ...... do ...... 33. 452.0875 ...... do ...... 30. 452.525 ...... do. 452.09375 ...... do ...... 33. 452.53125 ...... do ...... 33. 452.100 ...... do. 452.5375 ...... do ...... 30. 452.10625 ...... do ...... 33. 452.54375 ...... do ...... 33. 452.1125 ...... do ...... 30. 452.550 ...... do. 452.11875 ...... do ...... 33. 452.55625 ...... do ...... 33. 452.125 ...... do. 452.5625 ...... do ...... 30.

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452.56875 ...... do ...... 33. 453.00625 ...... do ...... 33. 452.575 ...... do. 453.0125 ...... do ...... 30. 452.58125 ...... do ...... 33. 453.01875 ...... do ...... 33. 452.5875 ...... do ...... 30. 454.000 ...... do ...... 8 IP 452.59375 ...... do ...... 33. 456.01875 ...... do ...... 33 ...... IW 452.600 ...... do. 456.025 ...... Mobile ...... IW 452.60625 ...... do ...... 33. 456.03125 ...... do ...... 33 ...... IW 452.6125 ...... do ...... 30. 456.0375 ...... do ...... 30 ...... IW 452.61875 ...... do ...... 33. 456.04375 ...... do ...... 33 ...... IW 452.625 ...... do. 456.050 ...... do ...... IW 452.63125 ...... do ...... 33. 456.05625 ...... do ...... 33 ...... IW 452.6375 ...... do ...... 30. 456.0625 ...... do ...... 30 ...... IW 452.64375 ...... do ...... 33. 456.06875 ...... do ...... 33 ...... IW 452.650 ...... do. 456.075 ...... do ...... IW 452.65625 ...... do ...... 33. 456.08125 ...... do ...... 33 ...... IW 452.6625 ...... do ...... 30. 456.0875 ...... do ...... 30 ...... IW 452.66875 ...... do ...... 33. 456.09375 ...... do ...... 33 ...... IW 452.675 ...... do. 456.100 ...... do ...... IW 452.68125 ...... do ...... 33. 456.10625 ...... do ...... 33 ...... IW 452.6875 ...... do ...... 30. 456.1125 ...... do ...... 30 ...... IW 452.69375 ...... do ...... 33. 456.11875 ...... do ...... 33 ...... IW 452.700 ...... do. 456.125 ...... do ...... IW 452.70625 ...... do ...... 33. 456.13125 ...... do ...... 33 ...... IW 452.7125 ...... do ...... 30. 456.1375 ...... do ...... 30 ...... IW 452.71875 ...... do ...... 33. 456.14375 ...... do ...... 33 ...... IW 452.725 ...... do. 456.150 ...... do ...... IW 452.73125 ...... do ...... 33. 456.15625 ...... do ...... 33 ...... IW 452.7375 ...... do ...... 30. 456.1625 ...... do ...... 30 ...... IW 452.74375 ...... do ...... 33. 456.16875 ...... do ...... 33 ...... IW 452.750 ...... do. 456.175 ...... do. 452.75625 ...... do ...... 33. 456.18125 ...... do ...... 33. 452.7625 ...... do ...... 30. 456.1875 ...... do ...... 30. 452.76875 ...... do ...... 33. 456.19375 ...... do ...... 33. 452.775 ...... do. 456.200 ...... do ...... IW 452.78125 ...... do ...... 33. 456.20625 ...... do ...... 33 ...... IW 452.7875 ...... do ...... 30. 456.2125 ...... do ...... 30 ...... IW 452.79375 ...... do ...... 33. 456.21875 ...... do ...... 33 ...... IW 452.800 ...... do. 456.225 ...... do. 452.80625 ...... do ...... 33. 456.23125 ...... do ...... 33. 452.8125 ...... do ...... 30. 456.2375 ...... do ...... 30. 452.81875 ...... do ...... 33. 456.24375 ...... do ...... 33. 452.825 ...... do. 456.250 ...... do ...... IW 452.83125 ...... do ...... 33. 456.25625 ...... do ...... 33 ...... IW 452.8375 ...... do ...... 30. 456.2625 ...... do ...... 30 ...... IW 452.84375 ...... do ...... 33. 456.26875 ...... do ...... 33 ...... IW 452.850 ...... do. 456.275 ...... do. 452.85625 ...... do ...... 33. 456.28125 ...... do ...... 33. 452.8625 ...... do ...... 30. 456.2875 ...... do ...... 30. 452.86875 ...... do ...... 33. 456.29375 ...... do ...... 33. 452.875 ...... do. 456.300 ...... do. 452.88125 ...... do ...... 33. 456.30625 ...... do ...... 33. 452.8875 ...... do ...... 30. 456.3125 ...... do ...... 30. 452.89375 ...... do ...... 33. 456.31875 ...... do ...... 33. 452.900 ...... do ...... LR 456.325 ...... do. 452.90625 ...... do ...... 33 ...... LR 456.33125 ...... do ...... 33. 452.9125 ...... do ...... 30 ...... LR 456.3375 ...... do ...... 30. 452.91875 ...... do ...... 33 ...... LR 456.34375 ...... do ...... 33. 452.925 ...... do ...... 59 ...... LR 456.350 ...... do. 452.93125 ...... do ...... 33, 59 ...... LR 456.35625 ...... do ...... 33. 452.9375 ...... do ...... 30, 59 ...... LR 456.3625 ...... do ...... 30. 452.94375 ...... do ...... 33, 59 ...... LR 456.36875 ...... do ...... 33. 452.950 ...... do ...... 59 ...... LR 456.375 ...... do. 452.95625 ...... do ...... 33, 59 ...... LR 456.38125 ...... do ...... 33. 452.9625 ...... do ...... 30, 59 ...... LR 456.3875 ...... do ...... 30. 452.96875 ...... do ...... 33, 59 ...... LR 456.39375 ...... do ...... 33. 452.975 ...... do. 456.400 ...... do. 452.98125 ...... do ...... 33. 456.40625 ...... do ...... 33. 452.9875 ...... do ...... 30. 456.4125 ...... do ...... 30. 452.99375 ...... do ...... 33. 456.41875 ...... do ...... 33. 453.000 ...... do. 456.425 ...... do.

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456.43125 ...... do ...... 33. 456.85625 ...... do ...... 33. 456.4375 ...... do ...... 30. 456.8625 ...... do ...... 30. 456.44375 ...... do ...... 33. 456.86875 ...... do ...... 33. 456.450 ...... do. 456.875 ...... do. 456.45625 ...... do ...... 33. 456.88125 ...... do ...... 33. 456.4625 ...... do ...... 30. 456.8875 ...... do ...... 30. 456.46875 ...... do ...... 33. 456.89375 ...... do ...... 33. 456.475 ...... do. 456.900 ...... do. 456.48125 ...... do ...... 33. 456.90625 ...... do ...... 33. 456.4875 ...... do ...... 30. 456.9125 ...... do ...... 30. 456.49375 ...... do ...... 33. 456.91875 ...... do ...... 33. 456.500 ...... do. 456.925 ...... do. 456.50625 ...... do ...... 33. 456.93125 ...... do ...... 33. 456.5125 ...... do ...... 30. 456.9375 ...... do ...... 30. 456.51875 ...... do ...... 33. 456.94375 ...... do ...... 33. 456.525 ...... do. 456.950 ...... do. 456.53125 ...... do ...... 33. 456.95625 ...... do ...... 33. 456.5375 ...... do ...... 30. 456.9625 ...... do ...... 30. 456.54375 ...... do ...... 33. 456.96875 ...... do ...... 33. 456.550 ...... do. 456.975 ...... do. 456.55625 ...... do ...... 33. 456.98125 ...... do ...... 33. 456.5625 ...... do ...... 30. 456.9875 ...... do ...... 30. 456.56875 ...... do ...... 33. 456.99375 ...... do ...... 33. 456.575 ...... do. 457.000 ...... do. 456.58125 ...... do ...... 33. 457.00625 ...... do ...... 33. 456.5875 ...... do ...... 30. 457.0125 ...... do ...... 30. 456.59375 ...... do ...... 33. 457.01875 ...... do ...... 33. 456.600 ...... do. 457.025 ...... do. 456.60625 ...... do ...... 33. 457.03125 ...... do ...... 33. 456.6125 ...... do ...... 30. 457.0375 ...... do ...... 30. 456.61875 ...... do ...... 33. 457.04375 ...... do ...... 33. 456.625 ...... do. 457.050 ...... do. 456.63125 ...... do ...... 33. 457.05625 ...... do ...... 33. 456.6375 ...... do ...... 30. 457.0625 ...... do ...... 30. 456.64375 ...... do ...... 33. 457.06875 ...... do ...... 33. 456.650 ...... do. 457.075 ...... do. 456.65625 ...... do ...... 33. 457.08125 ...... do ...... 33. 456.6625 ...... do ...... 30. 457.0875 ...... do ...... 30. 456.66875 ...... do ...... 33. 457.09375 ...... do ...... 33. 456.675 ...... do. 457.100 ...... do. 456.68125 ...... do ...... 33. 457.10625 ...... do ...... 33. 456.6875 ...... do ...... 30. 457.1125 ...... do ...... 30. 456.69375 ...... do ...... 33. 457.11875 ...... do ...... 33. 456.700 ...... do. 457.125 ...... do. 456.70625 ...... do ...... 33. 457.13125 ...... do ...... 33. 456.7125 ...... do ...... 30. 457.1375 ...... do ...... 30. 456.71875 ...... do ...... 33. 457.14375 ...... do ...... 33. 456.725 ...... do. 457.150 ...... do. 456.73125 ...... do ...... 33. 457.15625 ...... do ...... 33. 456.7375 ...... do ...... 30. 457.1625 ...... do ...... 30. 456.74375 ...... do ...... 33. 457.16875 ...... do ...... 33. 456.750 ...... do. 457.175 ...... do. 456.75625 ...... do ...... 33. 457.18125 ...... do ...... 33. 456.7625 ...... do ...... 30. 457.1875 ...... do ...... 30. 456.76875 ...... do ...... 33. 457.19375 ...... do ...... 33. 456.775 ...... do. 457.200 ...... do. 456.78125 ...... do ...... 33. 457.20625 ...... do ...... 33. 456.7875 ...... do ...... 30. 457.2125 ...... do ...... 30. 456.79375 ...... do ...... 33. 457.21875 ...... do ...... 33. 456.800 ...... Base, mobile, 17, 58. 457.225 ...... do. or operational 457.23125 ...... do ...... 33. fixed. 457.2375 ...... do ...... 30. 456.80625 ...... do ...... 17, 33, 58. 457.24375 ...... do ...... 33. 456.8125 ...... do ...... 17, 30, 58. 457.250 ...... do. 456.81875 ...... do ...... 17, 33, 58. 457.25625 ...... do ...... 33. 456.825 ...... Mobile. 457.2625 ...... do ...... 30. 456.83125 ...... do ...... 33. 457.26875 ...... do ...... 33. 456.8375 ...... do ...... 30. 457.275 ...... do. 456.84375 ...... do ...... 33. 457.28125 ...... do ...... 33. 456.850 ...... do. 457.2875 ...... do ...... 30.

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457.29375 ...... do ...... 33. 457.63125 ...... do ...... 33. 457.300 ...... do. 457.6375 ...... do ...... 30. 457.30625 ...... do ...... 33. 457.64375 ...... do ...... 33. 457.3125 ...... do ...... 30. 457.650 ...... do. 457.31875 ...... do ...... 33. 457.65625 ...... do ...... 33. 457.325 ...... do. 457.6625 ...... do ...... 30. 457.33125 ...... do ...... 33. 457.66875 ...... do ...... 33. 457.3375 ...... do ...... 30. 457.675 ...... do. 457.34375 ...... do ...... 33. 457.68125 ...... do ...... 33. 457.350 ...... do. 457.6875 ...... do ...... 30. 457.35625 ...... do ...... 33. 457.69375 ...... do ...... 33. 457.3625 ...... do ...... 30. 457.700 ...... do. 457.36875 ...... do ...... 33. 457.70625 ...... do ...... 33. 457.375 ...... do. 457.7125 ...... do ...... 30. 457.38125 ...... do ...... 33. 457.71875 ...... do ...... 33. 457.3875 ...... do ...... 30. 457.725 ...... do. 457.39375 ...... do ...... 33. 457.73125 ...... do ...... 33. 457.400 ...... do. 457.7375 ...... do ...... 30. 457.40625 ...... do ...... 33. 457.74375 ...... do ...... 33. 457.4125 ...... do ...... 30. 457.750 ...... do. 457.41875 ...... do ...... 33. 457.75625 ...... do ...... 33. 457.425 ...... do. 457.7625 ...... do ...... 30. 457.43125 ...... do ...... 33. 457.76875 ...... do ...... 33. 457.4375 ...... do ...... 30. 457.775 ...... do. 457.44375 ...... do ...... 33. 457.78125 ...... do ...... 33. 457.450 ...... do. 457.7875 ...... do ...... 30. 457.45625 ...... do ...... 33. 457.79375 ...... do ...... 33. 457.4625 ...... do ...... 30. 457.800 ...... do. 457.46875 ...... do ...... 33. 457.80625 ...... do ...... 33. 457.8125 ...... do ...... 30. 457.475 ...... do. 457.81875 ...... do ...... 33. 457.48125 ...... do ...... 33. 457.825 ...... do. 457.4875 ...... do ...... 30. 457.83125 ...... do ...... 33. 457.49375 ...... do ...... 33. 457.8375 ...... do ...... 30. 457.500 ...... do. 457.84375 ...... do ...... 33. 457.50625 ...... do ...... 33. 457.850 ...... do. 457.5125 ...... do ...... 30. 457.85625 ...... do ...... 33. 457.51875 ...... do ...... 33. 457.8625 ...... do ...... 30. 457.525 ...... do ...... 11, 12, 47, 457.86875 ...... do ...... 33. 60. 457.875 ...... do. 457.53125 ...... do ...... 11, 12, 33, 457.88125 ...... do ...... 33. 47, 60. 457.8875 ...... do ...... 30. 457.5375 ...... do ...... 11, 12, 30, 457.89375 ...... do ...... 33. 47, 60. 457.900 ...... do ...... LR 457.54375 ...... do ...... 11, 12, 33, 457.90625 ...... do ...... 33 ...... LR 47, 60. 457.9125 ...... do ...... 30 ...... LR 457.550 ...... do ...... 11, 12, 47, 457.91875 ...... do ...... 33 ...... LR 60. 457.925 ...... do ...... 59 ...... LR 457.55625 ...... do ...... 11, 12, 33, 457.93125 ...... do ...... 33, 59 ...... LR 47, 60. 457.9375 ...... do ...... 30, 59 ...... LR 457.5625 ...... do ...... 11, 12, 30, 457.94375 ...... do ...... 33, 59 ...... LR 47, 60. 457.950 ...... do ...... 59 ...... LR 457.56875 ...... do ...... 11, 12, 33, 457.95625 ...... do ...... 33, 59 ...... LR 47, 60. 457.9625 ...... do ...... 30, 59 ...... LR 457.575 ...... do ...... 11, 12, 47, 457.96875 ...... do ...... 33, 59 ...... LR 60. 457.975 ...... do. 457.58125 ...... do ...... 11, 12, 33, 457.98125 ...... do ...... 33. 47, 60. 457.9875 ...... do ...... 30. 457.5875 ...... do ...... 11, 12, 30, 457.99375 ...... do ...... 33. 47, 60. 458.000 ...... do. 457.59375 ...... do ...... 11, 12, 33, 458.00625 ...... do ...... 33. 47, 60. 458.0125 ...... do ...... 30. 457.600 ...... do ...... 11, 12, 47, 458.01875 ...... do ...... 33. 60. 459.000 ...... Base or mobile 8 ...... IP 457.60625 ...... do ...... 11, 12, 33, 460.650 ...... do ...... 48, 61, 62. 47, 60. 460.65625 ...... do ...... 33, 48, 61, 457.6125 ...... do ...... 11, 12, 30, 62. 47, 60. 460.6625 ...... do ...... 30, 48, 61, 457.61875 ...... do ...... 11, 12, 33, 62, 69. 47, 60. 460.66875 ...... do ...... 33, 48, 61, 457.625 ...... do. 62.

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460.675 ...... do ...... 48, 61, 62. 460.925 ...... do ...... 63, 64, 65. 460.68125 ...... do ...... 33, 48, 61, 460.93125 ...... do ...... 33, 63, 64, 62. 65. 460.6875 ...... do ...... 30, 48, 61, 460.9375 ...... do ...... 30, 63, 64, 62, 69. 65. 460.69375 ...... do ...... 33, 48, 61, 460.94375 ...... do ...... 33, 63, 64, 62. 65. 460.700 ...... do ...... 48, 61, 62. 460.950 ...... do ...... 63, 64, 65. 460.70625 ...... do ...... 33, 48, 61, 460.95625 ...... do ...... 33, 63, 64, 62. 65. 460.7125 ...... do ...... 30, 48, 61, 460.9625 ...... do ...... 30, 63, 64, 62, 69. 65. 460.71875 ...... do ...... 33, 48, 61, 460.96875 ...... do ...... 33, 63, 64, 62. 65. 460.725 ...... do ...... 48, 61, 62. 460.975 ...... do ...... 64, 65, 66 460.73125 ...... do ...... 33, 48, 61, 460.98125 ...... do ...... 33, 64, 65, 62. 66. 460.7375 ...... do ...... 30, 48, 61, 460.9875 ...... do ...... 30, 64, 65, 62, 69. 66. 460.74375 ...... do ...... 33, 48, 61, 460.99375 ...... do ...... 33, 64, 65, 62. 66. 460.750 ...... do ...... 48, 61, 62. 461.000 ...... do ...... 64, 65, 66. 460.75625 ...... do ...... 33, 48, 61, 461.00625 ...... do ...... 33, 64, 65, 62. 66. 460.7625 ...... do ...... 30, 48, 61, 461.0125 ...... do ...... 30, 64, 65, 62, 69. 66. 460.76875 ...... do ...... 33, 48, 61, 461.01875 ...... do ...... 33, 64, 65, 62. 66. 460.775 ...... do ...... 48, 61, 62. 461.025 ...... do ...... 62. 460.78125 ...... do ...... 33, 48, 61, 461.03125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 62. 461.0375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 460.7875 ...... do ...... 30, 48, 61, 461.04375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 62, 69. 461.050 ...... do ...... 62. 460.79375 ...... do ...... 33, 48, 61, 461.05625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 62. 461.0625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 460.800 ...... do ...... 48, 61, 62. 461.06875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 460.80625 ...... do ...... 33, 48, 61, 461.075 ...... do ...... 62. 62. 461.08125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 460.8125 ...... do ...... 30, 48, 61, 461.0875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 62, 69. 461.09375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 460.81875 ...... do ...... 33, 48, 61, 461.100 ...... do ...... 62. 62. 461.10625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 460.825 ...... do ...... 48, 61, 62. 461.1125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 460.83125 ...... do ...... 33, 48, 61, 461.11875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 62. 461.125 ...... do ...... 62. 460.8375 ...... do ...... 30, 48, 61, 461.13125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 62, 69. 461.1375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 460.84375 ...... do ...... 33, 48, 61, 461.14375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 62. 461.150 ...... do ...... 62. 460.850 ...... do ...... 48, 61, 62. 461.15625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 460.85625 ...... do ...... 33, 48, 61, 461.1625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 62. 461.16875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 460.8625 ...... do ...... 30, 48, 61, 461.175 ...... do ...... 62. 62, 69. 461.18125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 460.86875 ...... do ...... 33, 48, 61, 461.1875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 62. 461.19375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 460.875 ...... do ...... 48, 61, 62. 461.200 ...... do ...... 62. 460.88125 ...... do ...... 33, 48, 61, 461.20625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 62. 461.2125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 460.8875 ...... do ...... 30, 48, 61, 461.21875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 62, 69. 461.225 ...... do ...... 62. 460.89375 ...... do ...... 33, 48, 61, 461.23125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 62. 461.2375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 460.900 ...... do ...... 63, 64, 65. 461.24375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 460.90625 ...... do ...... 33, 63, 64, 461.250 ...... do ...... 62. 65. 461.25625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 460.9125 ...... do ...... 30, 63, 64, 461.2625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 65. 461.26875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 460.91875 ...... do ...... 33, 63, 64, 461.275 ...... do ...... 62. 65. 461.28125 ...... do ...... 33, 62.

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461.2875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 461.725 ...... do ...... 62. 461.29375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.73125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.300 ...... do ...... 62. 461.7375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 461.30625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.74375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.3125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 461.750 ...... do ...... 62. 461.31875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.75625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.325 ...... do ...... 62. 461.7625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 461.33125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.76875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.3375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 461.775 ...... do ...... 62. 461.34375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.78125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.350 ...... do ...... 62. 461.7875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 461.35625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.79375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.3625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 461.800 ...... do ...... 62. 461.36875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.80625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.375 ...... do ...... 62. 461.8125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 461.38125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.81875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.3875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 461.825 ...... do ...... 62. 461.39375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.83125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.400 ...... do ...... 62. 461.8375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 461.40625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.84375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.4125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 461.850 ...... do ...... 62. 461.41875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.85625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.425 ...... do ...... 62. 461.8625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 461.43125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.86875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.4375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 461.875 ...... do ...... 62. 461.44375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.88125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.450 ...... do ...... 62. 461.8875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 461.45625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.89375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.4625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 461.900 ...... do ...... 62. 461.46875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.90625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.475 ...... do ...... 62. 461.9125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 461.48125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.91875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.4875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 461.925 ...... do ...... 62. 461.49375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.93125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.500 ...... do ...... 62. 461.9375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 461.50625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.94375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.5125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 461.950 ...... do ...... 62. 461.51875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.95625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.525 ...... do ...... 62. 461.9625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 461.53125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.96875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.5375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 461.975 ...... do ...... 62. 461.54375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.98125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.550 ...... do ...... 62. 461.9875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 461.55625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.99375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.5625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 462.000 ...... do ...... 62. 461.56875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.00625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.575 ...... do ...... 62. 462.0125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 461.58125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.01875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.5875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 462.025 ...... do ...... 62. 461.59375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.03125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.600 ...... do ...... 62. 462.0375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 461.60625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.04375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.6125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 462.050 ...... do ...... 62. 461.61875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.05625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.625 ...... do ...... 62. 462.0625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 461.63125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.06875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.6375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 462.075 ...... do ...... 62. 461.64375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.08125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.650 ...... do ...... 62. 462.0875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 461.65625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.09375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.6625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 462.100 ...... do ...... 62. 461.66875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.10625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.675 ...... do ...... 62. 462.1125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 461.68125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.11875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.6875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 462.125 ...... do ...... 62. 461.69375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.13125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.700 ...... do ...... 62. 462.1375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 461.70625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.14375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 461.7125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 462.150 ...... do ...... 62. 461.71875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.15625 ...... do ...... 33, 62.

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462.1625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 462.875 ...... Base ...... 29, 36. 462.16875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.8875 ...... Mobile ...... 67. 462.175 ...... do ...... 62. 462.900 ...... Base ...... 29, 36. 462.18125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.9125 ...... Mobile ...... 67. 462.1875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 462.925 ...... Base ...... 29, 36. 462.19375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.9375 ...... Mobile ...... 67. 462.200 ...... do. 462.94375 ...... Base or mobile 33. 462.20625 ...... do ...... 33. 463.200 ...... do ...... 62. 462.2125 ...... do ...... 30. 463.20625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.21875 ...... do ...... 33. 463.2125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 462.225 ...... do. 463.21875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.23125 ...... do ...... 33. 463.225 ...... do ...... 62. 462.2375 ...... do ...... 30. 463.23125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.24375 ...... do ...... 33. 463.2375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 462.250 ...... do. 463.24375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.25625 ...... do ...... 33. 463.250 ...... do ...... 62. 462.2625 ...... do ...... 30. 463.25625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.26875 ...... do ...... 33. 463.2625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 462.275 ...... do. 463.26875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.28125 ...... do ...... 33. 463.275 ...... do ...... 62. 462.2875 ...... do ...... 30. 463.28125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.29375 ...... do ...... 33. 463.2875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 462.300 ...... do. 463.29375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.30625 ...... do ...... 33. 463.300 ...... do ...... 62. 462.3125 ...... do ...... 30. 463.30625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.31875 ...... do ...... 33. 463.3125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 462.325 ...... do. 463.31875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.33125 ...... do ...... 33. 463.325 ...... do ...... 62. 462.3375 ...... do ...... 30. 463.33125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.34375 ...... do ...... 33. 463.3375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 462.350 ...... do. 463.34375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.35625 ...... do ...... 33. 463.350 ...... do ...... 62. 462.3625 ...... do ...... 30. 463.35625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.36875 ...... do ...... 33. 463.3625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 462.375 ...... do. 463.36875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.38125 ...... do ...... 33. 463.375 ...... do ...... 62. 462.3875 ...... do ...... 30. 463.38125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.39375 ...... do ...... 33. 463.3875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 462.400 ...... do. 463.39375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.40625 ...... do ...... 33. 463.400 ...... do ...... 62. 462.4125 ...... do ...... 30. 463.40625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.41875 ...... do ...... 33. 463.4125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 462.425 ...... do. 463.41875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.43125 ...... do ...... 33. 463.425 ...... do ...... 62. 462.4375 ...... do ...... 30. 463.43125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.44375 ...... do ...... 33. 463.4375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 462.450 ...... do. 463.44375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.45625 ...... do ...... 33. 463.450 ...... do ...... 62. 462.4625 ...... do ...... 30. 463.45625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.46875 ...... do ...... 33. 463.4625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 462.475 ...... do. 463.46875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.48125 ...... do ...... 33. 463.475 ...... do ...... 62. 462.4875 ...... do ...... 30. 463.48125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.49375 ...... do ...... 33. 463.4875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 462.500 ...... do. 463.49375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.50625 ...... do ...... 33. 463.500 ...... do ...... 62. 462.5125 ...... do ...... 30. 463.50625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.51875 ...... do ...... 33. 463.5125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 462.525 ...... do. 463.51875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.53125 ...... do ...... 33. 463.525 ...... do ...... 62. 462.750 ...... Base ...... 29, 36. 463.53125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.7625 ...... Mobile ...... 67. 463.5375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 462.775 ...... Base ...... 29, 36. 463.54375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.7875 ...... Mobile ...... 67. 463.550 ...... do ...... 62. 462.800 ...... Base ...... 29, 36. 463.55625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.8125 ...... Mobile ...... 67. 463.5625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 462.825 ...... Base ...... 29, 36. 463.56875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.8375 ...... Mobile ...... 67. 463.575 ...... do ...... 62. 462.850 ...... Base ...... 29, 36. 463.58125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 462.8625 ...... Mobile ...... 67. 463.5875 ...... do ...... 30, 62.

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463.59375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.03125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 463.600 ...... do ...... 62. 464.0375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 463.60625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.04375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 463.6125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 464.050 ...... do ...... 62. 463.61875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.05625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 463.625 ...... do ...... 62. 464.0625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 463.63125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.06875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 463.6375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 464.075 ...... do ...... 62. 463.64375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.08125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 463.650 ...... do ...... 62. 464.0875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 463.65625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.09375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 463.6625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 464.100 ...... do ...... 62. 463.66875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.10625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 463.675 ...... do ...... 62. 464.1125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 463.68125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.11875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 463.6875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 464.125 ...... do ...... 62. 463.69375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.13125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 463.700 ...... do ...... 62. 464.1375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 463.70625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.14375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 463.7125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 464.150 ...... do ...... 62. 463.71875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.15625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 463.725 ...... do ...... 62. 464.1625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 463.73125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.16875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 463.7375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 464.175 ...... do ...... 62. 463.74375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.18125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 463.750 ...... do ...... 62. 464.1875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 463.75625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.19375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 463.7625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 464.200 ...... do ...... 62. 463.76875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.20625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 463.775 ...... do ...... 62. 464.2125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 463.78125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.21875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 463.7875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 464.225 ...... do ...... 62. 463.79375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.23125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 463.800 ...... do ...... 62. 464.2375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 463.80625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.24375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 463.8125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 464.250 ...... do ...... 62. 463.81875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.25625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 463.825 ...... do ...... 62. 464.2625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 463.83125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.26875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 463.8375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 464.275 ...... do ...... 62. 463.84375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.28125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 463.850 ...... do ...... 62. 464.2875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 463.85625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.29375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 463.8625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 464.300 ...... do ...... 62. 463.86875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.30625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 463.875 ...... do ...... 62. 464.3125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 463.88125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.31875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 463.8875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 464.325 ...... do ...... 62. 463.89375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.33125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 463.900 ...... do ...... 62. 464.3375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 463.90625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.34375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 463.9125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 464.350 ...... do ...... 62. 463.91875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.35625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 463.925 ...... do ...... 62. 464.3625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 463.93125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.36875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 463.9375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 464.375 ...... do ...... 62. 463.94375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.38125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 463.950 ...... do ...... 62. 464.3875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 463.95625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.39375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 463.9625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 464.400 ...... do ...... 62. 463.96875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.40625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 463.975 ...... do ...... 62. 464.4125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 463.98125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.41875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 463.9875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 464.425 ...... do ...... 62. 463.99375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.43125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.000 ...... do ...... 62. 464.4375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 464.00625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.44375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.0125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 464.450 ...... do ...... 62. 464.01875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.45625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.025 ...... do ...... 62. 464.4625 ...... do ...... 30, 62.

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464.46875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.93125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.475 ...... do ...... 62. 464.9375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 464.48125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.94375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.4875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 464.950 ...... do ...... 62. 464.500 ...... do ...... 10, 34. 464.95625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.5125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 464.9625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 464.51875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.96875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.525 ...... do ...... 62. 464.975 ...... do ...... 62. 464.53125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.98125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 464.5375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 464.9875 ...... Mobile ...... 67. 464.550 ...... do ...... 10, 34. 465.000 ...... Base ...... 29, 34, 36. 464.5625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 465.0125 ...... Mobile ...... 67. 464.56875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 465.01875 ...... do ...... 33, 34. 464.575 ...... do ...... 62. 465.650 ...... do ...... 11, 61, 62, 464.58125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 68. 464.5875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 465.65625 ...... do ...... 11, 33, 61, 464.59375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 62, 68. 464.600 ...... do ...... 62. 465.6625 ...... do ...... 11, 30, 61, 464.60625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 62, 68, 464.6125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 69. 464.61875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 465.66875 ...... do ...... 11, 33, 61, 464.625 ...... do ...... 62. 464.63125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 62, 68. 464.6375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 465.675 ...... do ...... 11, 61, 62, 464.64375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 68. 464.650 ...... do ...... 62. 465.68125 ...... do ...... 11, 33, 61, 464.65625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 62, 68. 464.6625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 465.6875 ...... do ...... 11, 30, 61, 464.66875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 62, 68, 464.675 ...... do ...... 62. 69. 464.68125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 465.69375 ...... do ...... 11, 33, 61, 464.6875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 62, 68. 464.69375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 465.700 ...... do ...... 11, 61, 62, 464.700 ...... do ...... 62. 68. 464.70625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 465.70625 ...... do ...... 11, 33, 61, 464.7125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 62, 68. 464.71875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 465.7125 ...... do ...... 11, 30, 61, 464.725 ...... do ...... 62. 62, 68, 464.73125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 69. 464.7375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 465.71875 ...... do ...... 11, 33, 61, 464.74375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 62, 68. 464.750 ...... do ...... 62. 465.725 ...... do ...... 11, 61, 62, 464.75625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 68. 464.7625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 465.73125 ...... do ...... 11, 33, 61, 464.76875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 62, 68. 464.775 ...... do ...... 62. 465.7375 ...... do ...... 11, 30, 61, 464.78125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 62, 68, 464.7875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 69. 464.79375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 465.74375 ...... do ...... 11, 33, 61, 464.800 ...... do ...... 62. 62, 68. 464.80625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 465.750 ...... do ...... 11, 61, 62, 464.8125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 68. 464.81875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 465.75625 ...... do ...... 11, 33, 61, 464.825 ...... do ...... 62. 62, 68. 464.83125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 465.7625 ...... do ...... 11, 30, 61, 464.8375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 62, 68, 464.84375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 69. 464.850 ...... do ...... 62. 465.76875 ...... do ...... 11, 33, 61, 464.85625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 62, 68. 464.8625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 465.775 ...... do ...... 11, 61, 62, 464.86875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 68. 464.875 ...... do ...... 62. 465.78125 ...... do ...... 11, 33, 61, 464.88125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 62, 68. 464.8875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 465.7875 ...... do ...... 11, 30, 61, 464.89375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 62, 68, 464.900 ...... do ...... 62. 69. 464.90625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 465.79375 ...... do ...... 11, 33, 61, 464.9125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 62, 68. 464.91875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 465.800 ...... do ...... 11, 61, 62, 464.925 ...... do ...... 62. 68.

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465.80625 ...... do ...... 11, 33, 61, 466.11875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 62, 68. 466.125 ...... do ...... 62. 465.8125 ...... do ...... 11, 30, 61, 466.13125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 62, 68, 466.1375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 69. 466.14375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 465.81875 ...... do ...... 11, 33, 61, 466.150 ...... do ...... 62. 62, 68. 466.15625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 465.825 ...... do ...... 11, 61, 62, 466.1625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 68. 466.16875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 465.83125 ...... do ...... 11, 33, 61, 466.175 ...... do ...... 62. 62, 68. 466.18125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 465.8375 ...... do ...... 11, 30, 61, 466.1875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 62, 68, 466.19375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 69. 466.200 ...... do ...... 62. 465.84375 ...... do ...... 11, 33, 61, 466.20625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 62, 68. 466.2125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 465.850 ...... do ...... 11, 61, 62, 466.21875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 68. 466.225 ...... do ...... 62. 465.85625 ...... do ...... 11, 33, 61, 466.23125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 62, 68. 466.2375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 465.8625 ...... do ...... 11, 30, 61, 466.24375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 62, 68, 466.250 ...... do ...... 62. 69. 466.25625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 465.86875 ...... do ...... 11, 33, 61, 466.2625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 62, 68. 466.26875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 465.875 ...... do ...... 11, 61, 62, 466.275 ...... do ...... 62. 68. 466.28125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 465.88125 ...... do ...... 11, 33, 61, 466.2875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 62, 68. 466.29375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 465.8875 ...... do ...... 11, 30, 61, 466.300 ...... do ...... 62. 62, 68, 466.30625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 69. 466.3125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 465.89375 ...... do ...... 11, 33, 61, 466.31875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 62, 68. 466.325 ...... do ...... 62. 465.900 ...... do ...... 63, 64. 466.33125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 465.90625 ...... do ...... 33, 63, 64. 466.3375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 465.9125 ...... do ...... 30, 63, 64. 466.34375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 465.91875 ...... do ...... 33, 63, 64. 466.350 ...... do ...... 62. 465.925 ...... do ...... 63, 64. 466.35625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 465.93125 ...... do ...... 33, 63, 64. 466.3625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 465.9375 ...... do ...... 30, 63, 64. 466.36875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 465.94375 ...... do ...... 33, 63, 64. 466.375 ...... do ...... 62. 465.950 ...... do ...... 63, 64. 466.38125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 465.95625 ...... do ...... 33, 63, 64. 466.3875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 465.9625 ...... do ...... 30, 63, 64. 466.39375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 465.96875 ...... do ...... 33, 63, 64. 466.400 ...... do ...... 62. 465.975 ...... do ...... 64, 66. 466.40625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 465.98125 ...... do ...... 33, 64, 66. 466.4125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 465.9875 ...... do ...... 30, 64, 66. 466.41875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 465.99375 ...... do ...... 33, 64, 66. 466.425 ...... do ...... 62. 466.000 ...... do ...... 64, 66. 466.43125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 466.00625 ...... do ...... 33, 64, 66. 466.4375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 466.0125 ...... do ...... 30, 64, 66, 466.44375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 69. 466.450 ...... do ...... 62. 466.01875 ...... do ...... 33, 64, 66. 466.45625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 466.025 ...... do ...... 62. 466.4625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 466.03125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 466.46875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 466.0375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 466.475 ...... do ...... 62. 466.04375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 466.48125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 466.050 ...... do ...... 62. 466.4875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 466.05625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 466.49375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 466.0625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 466.500 ...... do ...... 62. 466.06875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 466.50625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 466.075 ...... do ...... 62. 466.5125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 466.08125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 466.51875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 466.0875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 466.525 ...... do ...... 62. 466.09375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 466.53125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 466.100 ...... do ...... 62. 466.5375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 466.10625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 466.54375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 466.1125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 466.550 ...... do ...... 62.

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466.55625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 466.99375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 466.5625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 467.000 ...... do ...... 62. 466.56875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.00625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 466.575 ...... do ...... 62. 467.0125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 466.58125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.01875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 466.5875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 467.025 ...... do ...... 62. 466.59375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.03125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 466.600 ...... do ...... 62. 467.0375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 466.60625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.04375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 466.6125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 467.050 ...... do ...... 62. 466.61875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.05625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 466.625 ...... do ...... 62. 467.0625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 466.63125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.06875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 466.6375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 467.075 ...... do ...... 62. 466.64375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.08125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 466.650 ...... do ...... 62. 467.0875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 466.65625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.09375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 466.6625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 467.100 ...... do ...... 62. 466.66875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.10625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 466.675 ...... do ...... 62. 467.1125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 466.68125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.11875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 466.6875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 467.125 ...... do ...... 62. 466.69375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.13125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 466.700 ...... do ...... 62. 467.1375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 466.70625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.14375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 466.7125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 467.150 ...... do ...... 62. 466.71875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.15625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 466.725 ...... do ...... 62. 467.1625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 466.73125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.16875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 466.7375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 467.175 ...... do ...... 62. 466.74375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.18125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 466.750 ...... do ...... 62. 467.1875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 466.75625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.19375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 466.7625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 467.200 ...... do. 466.76875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.20625 ...... do ...... 33. 466.775 ...... do ...... 62. 467.2125 ...... do ...... 30. 466.78125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.21875 ...... do ...... 33. 466.7875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 467.225 ...... do. 466.79375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.23125 ...... do ...... 33. 466.800 ...... do ...... 62. 467.2375 ...... do ...... 30. 466.80625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.24375 ...... do ...... 33. 466.8125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 467.250 ...... do. 466.81875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.25625 ...... do ...... 33. 466.825 ...... do ...... 62. 467.2625 ...... do ...... 30. 466.83125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.26875 ...... do ...... 33. 466.8375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 467.275 ...... do. 466.84375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.28125 ...... do ...... 33. 466.850 ...... do ...... 62. 467.2875 ...... do ...... 30. 466.85625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.29375 ...... do ...... 33. 466.8625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 467.300 ...... do. 466.86875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.30625 ...... do ...... 33. 466.875 ...... do ...... 62. 467.3125 ...... do ...... 30. 466.88125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.31875 ...... do ...... 33. 466.8875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 467.325 ...... do. 466.89375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.33125 ...... do ...... 33. 466.900 ...... do ...... 62. 467.3375 ...... do ...... 30. 466.90625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.34375 ...... do ...... 33. 466.9125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 467.350 ...... do. 466.91875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.35625 ...... do ...... 33. 466.925 ...... do ...... 62. 467.3625 ...... do ...... 30. 466.93125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.36875 ...... do ...... 33. 466.9375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 467.375 ...... do. 466.94375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.38125 ...... do ...... 33. 466.950 ...... do ...... 62. 467.3875 ...... do ...... 30. 466.95625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.39375 ...... do ...... 33. 466.9625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 467.400 ...... do. 466.96875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.40625 ...... do ...... 33. 466.975 ...... do ...... 62. 467.4125 ...... do ...... 30. 466.98125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.41875 ...... do ...... 33. 466.9875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 467.425 ...... do.

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467.43125 ...... do ...... 33. 468.275 ...... do ...... 62. 467.4375 ...... do ...... 30. 468.28125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.44375 ...... do ...... 33. 468.2875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 467.450 ...... do. 468.29375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.45625 ...... do ...... 33. 468.300 ...... do ...... 62. 467.4625 ...... do ...... 30. 468.30625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.46875 ...... do ...... 33. 468.3125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 467.475 ...... do. 468.31875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.48125 ...... do ...... 33. 468.325 ...... do ...... 62. 467.4875 ...... do ...... 30. 468.33125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.49375 ...... do ...... 33. 468.3375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 467.500 ...... do. 468.34375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.50625 ...... do ...... 33. 468.350 ...... do ...... 62. 467.5125 ...... do ...... 30. 468.35625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.51875 ...... do ...... 33. 468.3625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 467.525 ...... do. 468.36875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.53125 ...... do ...... 33. 468.375 ...... do ...... 62. 467.74375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 468.38125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.750 ...... do ...... 11, 12, 35, 468.3875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 60. 468.39375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.75625 ...... do ...... 11, 12, 33, 468.400 ...... do ...... 62. 35, 60. 468.40625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.7625 ...... do ...... 11, 12, 30, 468.4125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 35, 60. 468.41875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.76875 ...... do ...... 11, 12, 33, 468.425 ...... do ...... 62. 35, 60. 468.43125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.775 ...... do ...... 11, 12, 35, 468.4375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 60. 468.44375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.78125 ...... do ...... 11, 12, 33, 468.450 ...... do ...... 62. 35, 60. 468.45625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.7875 ...... do ...... 11, 12, 30, 468.4625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 35, 60. 468.46875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.79375 ...... do ...... 11, 12, 33, 468.475 ...... do ...... 62. 35, 60. 468.48125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.800 ...... do ...... 11, 12, 35, 468.4875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 60. 468.49375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.80625 ...... do ...... 11, 12, 33, 468.500 ...... do ...... 62. 35, 60. 468.50625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.8125 ...... do ...... 11, 12, 30, 468.5125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 35, 60. 468.51875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.81875 ...... do ...... 11, 12, 33, 468.525 ...... do ...... 62. 35, 60. 468.53125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.825 ...... do ...... 11, 12, 35, 468.5375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 60. 468.54375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.83125 ...... do ...... 11, 12, 33, 468.550 ...... do ...... 62. 35, 60. 468.55625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.8375 ...... do ...... 11, 12, 33, 468.5625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 35, 60. 468.56875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.850 ...... do ...... 11, 12, 35. 468.575 ...... do ...... 62. 467.8625 ...... do ...... 67. 468.58125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.875 ...... do ...... 11, 12, 35. 468.5875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 467.8875 ...... do ...... 67. 468.59375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.900 ...... do ...... 11, 12, 35. 468.600 ...... do ...... 62. 467.9125 ...... do ...... 67. 468.60625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.925 ...... do ...... 11, 12, 35. 468.6125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 467.93125 ...... do ...... 33. 468.61875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 467.9375 ...... do ...... 30, 67. 468.625 ...... do ...... 62. 467.94375 ...... do ...... 33. 468.63125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 468.200 ...... do ...... 62. 468.6375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 468.20625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 468.64375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 468.2125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 468.650 ...... do ...... 62. 468.21875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 468.65625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 468.225 ...... do ...... 62. 468.6625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 468.23125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 468.66875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 468.2375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 468.675 ...... do ...... 62. 468.24375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 468.68125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 468.250 ...... do ...... 62. 468.6875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 468.25625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 468.69375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 468.2625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 468.700 ...... do ...... 62. 468.26875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 468.70625 ...... do ...... 33, 62.

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Frequency or Class of sta- Coordina- Frequency or Class of sta- Coordina- band tion(s) Limitations tor band tion(s) Limitations tor

468.7125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 469.150 ...... do ...... 62. 468.71875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.15625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 468.725 ...... do ...... 62. 469.1625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 468.73125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.16875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 468.7375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 469.175 ...... do ...... 62. 468.74375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.18125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 468.750 ...... do ...... 62. 469.1875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 468.75625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.19375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 468.7625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 469.200 ...... do ...... 62. 468.76875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.20625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 468.775 ...... do ...... 62. 469.2125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 468.78125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.21875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 468.7875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 469.225 ...... do ...... 62. 468.79375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.23125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 468.800 ...... do ...... 62. 469.2375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 468.80625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.24375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 468.8125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 469.250 ...... do ...... 62. 468.81875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.25625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 468.825 ...... do ...... 62. 469.2625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 468.83125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.26875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 468.8375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 469.275 ...... do ...... 62. 468.84375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.28125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 468.850 ...... do ...... 62. 469.2875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 468.85625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.29375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 468.8625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 469.300 ...... do ...... 62. 468.86875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.30625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 468.875 ...... do ...... 62. 469.3125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 468.88125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.31875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 468.8875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 469.325 ...... do ...... 62. 468.89375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.33125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 468.900 ...... do ...... 62. 469.3375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 468.90625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.34375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 468.9125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 469.350 ...... do ...... 62. 468.91875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.35625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 468.925 ...... do ...... 62. 469.3625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 468.93125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.36875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 468.9375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 469.375 ...... do ...... 62. 468.94375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.38125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 468.950 ...... do ...... 62. 469.3875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 468.95625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.39375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 468.9625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 469.400 ...... do ...... 62. 468.96875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.40625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 468.975 ...... do ...... 62. 469.4125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 468.98125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.41875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 468.9875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 469.425 ...... do ...... 62. 468.99375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.43125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.000 ...... do ...... 62. 469.4375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 469.00625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.44375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.0125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 469.450 ...... do ...... 62. 469.01875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.45625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.025 ...... do ...... 62. 469.4625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 469.03125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.46875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.0375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 469.475 ...... do ...... 62. 469.04375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.48125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.050 ...... do ...... 62. 469.4875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 469.05625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.500 ...... do ...... 10, 30, 34. 469.0625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 469.5125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 469.06875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.51875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.075 ...... do ...... 62. 469.525 ...... do ...... 62. 469.08125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.53125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.0875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 469.5375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 469.09375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.550 ...... do ...... 10, 30, 34. 469.100 ...... do ...... 62. 469.5625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 469.10625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.56875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.1125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 469.575 ...... do ...... 62. 469.11875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.58125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.125 ...... do ...... 62. 469.5875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 469.13125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.59375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.1375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 469.600 ...... do ...... 62. 469.14375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.60625 ...... do ...... 33, 62.

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Frequency or Class of sta- Limitations Coordina- Frequency or Class of sta- Coordina- band tion(s) tor band tion(s) Limitations tor

469.6125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 2,450 to 2,500 Base or mobile 74. 469.61875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 8,400 to 8,500 ...... do ...... 75. 469.625 ...... do ...... 62. 10,550 to 10, ...... do ...... 76. 469.63125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 680. 469.6375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 469.64375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.650 ...... do ...... 62. (c) Explanation of assignment limita- 469.65625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. tions appearing in the frequency table 469.6625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 469.66875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. of paragraph (b)(3) of this section: 469.675 ...... do ...... 62. (1) Use of this frequency is permitted 469.68125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. as follows: 469.6875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 469.69375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. (i) Only entities engaged in the fol- 469.700 ...... do ...... 62. lowing activities are eligible to use 469.70625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. this spectrum, and then only in accord- 469.7125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 469.71875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. ance with § 90.266: 469.725 ...... do ...... 62. (A) Prospecting for petroleum, natu- 469.73125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. ral gas or petroleum products; 469.7375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 469.74375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. (B) Distribution of electric power or 469.750 ...... do ...... 62. the distribution by pipeline of fuels or 469.75625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. water; 469.7625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 469.76875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. (C) Exploration, its support services, 469.775 ...... do ...... 62. and the repair of pipelines; or 469.78125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.7875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. (D) The repair of telecommunications 469.79375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. circuits. 469.800 ...... do ...... 62. (ii) Except as provided in this part, 469.80625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.8125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. licensees may not use these frequencies 469.81875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. in the place of other operational cir- 469.825 ...... do ...... 62. cuits permitted by the Commission’s 469.83125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.8375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. rules. Circuits operating on these fre- 469.84375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. quencies may be used only for the fol- 469.850 ...... do ...... 62. lowing purposes: 469.85625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.8625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. (A) Providing standby backup com- 469.86875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. munications for circuits which have 469.875 ...... do ...... 62. been disrupted and which directly af- 469.88125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. 469.8875 ...... do ...... 30, 62. fect the safety of life, property, or the 469.89375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. national interest or are used for coordi- 469.900 ...... do ...... 62. nating inter-utility, intra-utility, and 469.90625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. power pool distribution of electric 469.9125 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 469.91875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. power; 469.925 ...... do ...... 62. (B) Providing operational circuits 469.93125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. during exploration; 469.9375 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 469.94375 ...... do ...... 33, 62. (C) Coordinating the repair of inter- 469.950 ...... do ...... 62. utility, intra-utility, and power pool 469.95625 ...... do ...... 33, 62. electric power distribution networks, 469.9625 ...... do ...... 30, 62. 469.96875 ...... do ...... 33, 62. or the repair of pipelines; 469.975 ...... do ...... 62. (D) Exploratory efforts in mining for 469.98125 ...... do ...... 33, 62. solid fuels, minerals, and metals im- 470 to 512 ...... Base or mobile 70. 806 to 821 ...... Mobile ...... 71. portant to the national interest; 851 to 866 ...... Base or mobile 71. (E) Repair of pipelines used for the 896 to 901 ...... Mobile ...... 71. transmission of fuel or water; 928 and above Operational 72. fixed. (F) Services supporting the explo- 929 to 930 ...... Base only ...... 73. ration for energy or mineral resources 935 to 940 ...... Base or mobile 71. important to the national interest, 1,427 to 1,435 Base, or mobile 55 . operational without which such exploration cannot fixed. be conducted; or

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(G) Coordinating the repair of is being caused to mobile service sta- wireline or point-to-point microwave tions. circuits. (8) This frequency is primarily avail- (2) Use of this frequency is limited to able for oil spill containment and an amplitude modulation mode of oper- cleanup operations and for training and ation. drills essential in the preparations for (3) This frequency is available for as- the containment and cleanup of oil signment only to stations utilized for spills. It is secondarily available for geophysical purposes. general base-mobile operations on a (4) Geophysical operations may use noninterference basis. Secondary users tone or impulse signaling for purposes of this frequency are required to forego other than indicating failure of equip- its use should oil spill containment and ment or abnormal conditions on this cleanup activities be present in their frequency. All such tone or impulse area of operation or upon notice by the signaling shall be on a secondary basis Commission or a primary user that and subject to the following limita- harmful interference is being caused to tions: oil spill containment or cleanup activi- ties in other areas. (i) Maximum duration of a single (9) Operation on this frequency is sec- non-voice transmission may not exceed ondary to stations in the maritime mo- 3 minutes; bile service operating in accordance (ii) The bandwidth utilized for sec- with the International table of fre- ondary tone or impulse signaling shall quency allocations. not exceed that authorized to the li- (10) This frequency will be assigned censee for voice emission on the fre- only to stations used in itinerant oper- quency concerned; ations, except within 56 km (35 miles) (iii) Frequency loading resulting of Detroit, Mich., where it may be as- from the use of secondary tone or im- signed for either itinerant or perma- pulse signaling will not be considered nent area operations (i.e., general use). in whole or in part, as a justification (11) Operation on this frequency is for authorizing additional frequencies limited to a maximum output power of in the licensee’s mobile service system; 2 watts; and each station authorized and will be classified and licensed as a mo- (iv) The maximum transmitter out- bile station. Any units of such a sta- put power for tone or impulse trans- tion, however, may provide the oper- missions shall not exceed 50 watts. ational functions of a base or fixed sta- (5) Frequencies below 25 MHz will be tion on a secondary basis to mobile assigned to base or mobile stations service operations, Provided, that the only upon a satisfactory showing that, separation between the control point from a safety of life standpoint, fre- and the center of the radiating portion quencies above 25 MHz will not meet of the antenna of any units so used the operational requirements of the ap- does not exceed 8 m (25 ft.). plicant. (12) This frequency may not be used (6) Frequencies may be assigned in aboard aircraft in flight. pairs with the separation between base (13) This frequency is shared with the and mobile transmit frequencies being Public Safety Pool. 5.26 MHz. A mobile station may be as- (14) Operation on this frequency is signed the frequency which would nor- limited to a maximum output power of mally be assigned to a base station for 1 watt and each station authorized will single-frequency operation. However, be classified and licensed as a mobile this single-frequency operation may be station. Any units of such a station, subject to interference that would not however, may provide the operational occur to a two-frequency system. functions of a base of fixed station on (7) This frequency is available for as- a secondary basis to mobile service op- signment to geophysical stations on a erations, Provided, That the separation secondary basis to other licensees. Geo- between the control point and the cen- physical stations must cease oper- ter of the radiating portion of the an- ations on this frequency immediately tenna of any units so used does not ex- upon receiving notice that interference ceed 8 m (25 ft.).

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(15) This Government frequency is with part 22 of this chapter and this available for shared Government/non- part 90. Stations utilizing meteor burst Government use by stations engaged in communications shall not cause harm- oil spill containment and cleanup oper- ful interference to stations of other ations and for training and drills essen- radio services operating in accordance tial in the preparation for containment with the allocation table. and cleanup of oil spills. Such use will (22) The frequencies available for use be confined to inland and coastal wa- at operational fixed stations in the terways. band 72–76 MHz are listed in (16) This frequency may be assigned § 90.257(a)(1). These frequencies are only to stations operating in an inter- shared with other services and are connected or coordinated utility sys- available only in accordance with the tem in accordance with an operational provisions of § 90.257. Seismic telemetry communications plan which sets forth transmitters type accepted with 1 watt all points of communications. Author- or less power and a frequency tolerance izations at variance with an estab- not exceeding +/¥0.005% may be used lished operational communications as temporary operational fixed sta- plan will be made only on a secondary tions. basis. (23) This frequency is shared with (17) This frequency will be assigned fixed stations in other services and is only to stations used in itinerant oper- subject to no protection from inter- ations. ference. (18) This frequency is also used on a (24) All operations on this frequency secondary basis for cordless telephones are subject to the provisions of under part 15 of this chapter. § 90.257(b). (19) In addition to single frequency (25) This frequency is shared with the operation, this frequency is available Radio Control (R/C) Service, of the part to base and mobile stations for the 95 Personal Radio Services, where it is paired frequency mode of operation. used solely for the radio control of For two frequency systems, the separa- models. tion between base and mobile transmit (26) Pulsed modulations will not be frequencies is 500 kHz with the base authorized on this frequency. stations transmitting on the higher of (27) Assignment of frequencies in this the two frequencies. band are subject to the provisions of (20) In the State of Alaska only, the § 90.173. In the 150–170 MHz band, licens- frequency 44.10 MHz is available for as- ees as of August 18, 1995 who operate signment on a primary basis to sta- systems that are 2.5 kHz removed from tions in the Common Carrier Rural regularly assignable frequencies may Radio Service utilizing meteor burst continue to operate on a secondary, communications. The frequency may non-interference basis after August 1, be used by private radio stations for 2003. meteor burst communications on a sec- (28) In Puerto Rico and the Virgin Is- ondary, non-interference basis. Usage lands this frequency is subject to the shall be in accordance with part 22 of following: this chapter and this part 90. Stations (i) This frequency is assigned only for utilizing meteor burst communications one-way paging communications to shall not cause harmful interference to mobile receivers. Only A1D, A2D, A3E, stations of other radio services operat- F1D, F2D, F3E, or G3E emissions may ing in accordance with the allocation be authorized. Licensees may provide table. one-way paging communications on (21) In the State of Alaska only, the this frequency to individuals, persons frequency 44.20 MHz is available for as- eligible for licensing under subparts B signment on a primary basis to private or C of this part, to representatives of land mobile radio stations utilizing Federal Government agencies, and for- meteor burst communications. The fre- eign governments and their representa- quency may be used by common carrier tives; and stations for meteor burst communica- (ii) This frequency will not be as- tions on a secondary, noninterference signed to stations for use at temporary basis. Usage shall be in accordance locations.

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(29) This frequency will be authorized the authorized bandwidth may not ex- a channel bandwidth of 25 kHz. Except ceed 6 kHz. when limited elsewhere, one-way pag- (40) This frequency is shared with the ing transmitters on this frequency may Public Safety Pool for remote control operate with an output power of 350 and telemetry operations. watts. (41) Operational fixed stations must (30) This frequency will be assigned employ directional antennas having a with an authorized bandwidth not to front-to-back ratio of at least 20 dB. exceed 11.25 kHz. In the 450–470 MHz Omnidirectional antennas having unity band, secondary telemetry operations gain may be employed for stations pursuant to § 90.238(e) will be author- communicating with at least three re- ized on this frequency. ceiving locations separated by 160 deg. (31) Use of this frequency is limited of azimuth. to stations located in Puerto Rico and (42) The maximum effective radiated the Virgin Islands. power (ERP) may not exceed 20 watts (32) This frequency is not available to for fixed stations and 2 watts for mo- stations located in Puerto Rico and the bile stations. The height of the an- Virgin Islands. tenna system may not exceed 15.24 me- (33) This frequency will be assigned ters (50 ft.) above the ground. All such with an authorized bandwidth not to operation is on a secondary basis to ad- exceed 6 kHz. jacent channel land mobile operations. (34) Operation on this frequency is (43) This frequency is available for limited to a maximum output power of 35 watts. the following: (35) This frequency may be used for (i) Assignment to multiple address mobile operation for radio remote con- fixed stations employing omni- trol and telemetering functions. A1D, directional antennas used for power A2D, F1D, or F2D emission may be au- utility peak load shaving and shedding thorized and mobile stations used to and to mobile stations used for the re- control remote objects or devices may mote control of objects and devices. be operated on the continuous carrier The maximum power that may be au- transmit mode. thorized to fixed stations is 300 watts (36) This frequency is assigned only output, and the maximum power that for one-way paging communications to may be authorized for mobile stations mobile receivers. Only A1D, A2D, A3E, is 1 watt output. This frequency may F1D, F2D, F3E, or G3E emissions may also be assigned to operational fixed be authorized. Licensees may provide stations employing directional antenna one-way paging communications on systems (front-to-back ratio of 20 dB) this frequency to individuals, persons when such stations are located at least eligible for licensing under subparts B 120 km. (75 mi.) from the boundaries of or C of this part, to representatives of any urbanized area of 200,000 or more Federal Government agencies, and for- population. (U.S. Census of Population, eign governments and their representa- 1960). The maximum power output of tives. the transmitter for such fixed stations (37) This frequency is available on a may not exceed 50 watts. A1A, A1D, secondary basis to one-way paging A2B, A2D, F1B, F1D, F2B, F2D, G1B, communications. G1D, G2B, or G2D emission may be au- (38) This frequency will not be as- thorized; or signed to stations for use at temporary (ii) On a secondary basis for remote locations. control and telemetry operations, sub- (39) For FM transmitters the sum of ject to paragraphs (c)(41), (42), (43), (46), the highest modulating frequency and and (47) of this section. the amount of frequency deviation may (44) The maximum output power of not exceed 2.8 kHz and the maximum the transmitter may not exceed 50 frequency deviation may not exceed 2.5 watts for fixed stations and 1 watt for kHz. For AM transmitters the highest mobile stations. A1A, A1D, A2B, A2D, modulating frequency may not exceed F1B, F1D, F2B, F2D, G1B, G1D, G2B, or 2.0 kHz. The carrier frequency must be G2D emission may be authorized, and maintained within 0.0005 percent, and mobile stations used to control remote

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objects and devices may be operated in empt from the station identification the continuous transmit mode. requirements of § 90.425. (45) Authorizations to operate on this (51) In Puerto Rico and the Virgin Is- frequency will be issued on a secondary lands only, this frequency is available basis for A2B, A2D, F2B or F2D emis- on a shared basis with remote pickup sion for tone signaling or for a com- broadcast stations. bination of such emission with A3E, (52) In Puerto Rico and the Virgin Is- F3E or G3E emission with a maximum lands only, this frequency is available bandwidth of 20 kHz. The output power to all stations operating in the Indus- shall not exceed 2 watts. The maximum trial/Business Pool. distance between any transmitter and (53) Frequencies in this band will be the center of the radiating portion of assigned only for transmitting its antenna shall not exceed 8 m. (25 hydrological or meteorological data or ft.). for low power wireless microphones in (46) This frequency is limited to a accordance with the provisions of maximum power of 20 watts. § 90.265. (47) This frequency may be used for (54) For FM transmitters the sum of mobile operation for remote control the highest modulating frequency and and telemetering functions. A1D, A2D, the amount of frequency deviation may F1D, or F2D emission may be author- not exceed 1.7 kHz and the maximum ized. The use of the continuous carrier deviation may not exceed 1.2 kHz. For transmit mode for these purposes is AM transmitters the highest modulat- permitted only for stations authorized ing frequency may not exceed 1.2 kHz. and continuously licensed since before The carrier frequency must be main- May 21, 1971. tained within 0.0005 percent and the au- (48) Except as noted in paragraph thorized bandwidth may not exceed 3 (c)(61) of this section, operation on this kHz. frequency is limited to a maximum (55) This band is available to stations output power of 20 watts. operating in this service subject to the (49) Operation on this frequency is provisions of § 90.259. limited to a maximum output power of (56) Subpart T of this part contains 75 watts. rules for assignment of frequencies in (50) This frequency may also be used the 220–222 MHz band. for the transmission of tone or voice (57) The requirements for secondary communications, including such com- fixed use of frequencies in this band are munications when prerecorded, for pur- set forth in § 90.261. poses of automatically indicating ab- (58) Operational fixed assignments on normal conditions of trackage and rail- this frequency will only be made to an road rolling stock when in motion, on itinerant fixed control or relay station a secondary basis to other stations on on a secondary basis to land-mobile this frequency. All such operations stations in the Industrial/Business shall be subject to the following: Pool, provided that the fixed relay or (i) The output power shall not exceed control station is to be associated with 30 watts; base and mobile facilities authorized to (ii) The bandwidth used shall not ex- use other frequencies available for itin- ceed that authorized to the licensee for erant operation in the Industrial/Busi- voice transmissions on the frequency ness Pool. All such use of these fre- concerned; quencies for fixed systems is limited to (iii) The station shall be so designed locations 161 or more km. (100 mi.) and installed that it can normally be from the center of any urbanized area activated only by its associated auto- of 200,000 or more population, except matic control equipment and, in addi- that the distance may be 120 km. (75 tion, it shall be equipped with a time mi.) if the output power does not ex- delay or clock device which will deacti- ceed 20 watts. All such fixed systems vate the station within three (3) min- are limited to a maximum of two fre- utes following activation by the last quencies and must employ directional car in the train; and antennas with a front-to-back ratio of (iv) Stations authorized pursuant to at least 15 dB. The centers of urbanized the provisions of this paragraph are ex- areas of 200,000 or more population are

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determined from the appendix, page more than 3 m (10 ft.) above the ves- 226, of the U.S. Commerce publication, sel’s highest working deck. ‘‘Air Line Distance Between Cities in (61) This frequency is available for the United States.’’ Urbanized areas of assignment as follows: 200,000 or more population are defined (i) To persons furnishing commercial in the U.S. Census of Population, 1960, air transportation service or, pursuant volume 1, table 23, page 1–50. to § 90.179, to an entity furnishing radio (59) This frequency may be assigned communications service to persons so primarily for stations used for the pur- engaged, for stations located on or near pose of controlling slave locomotives the airports listed in paragraph that are placed within a train to assist (c)(61)(iv) of this section. Stations will the lead locomotive by providing, be authorized on a primary basis and among other functions, auxiliary start- may be used only in connection with ing, pulling, and braking actions. Addi- the servicing and supplying of aircraft. tionally, on a secondary basis this fre- (ii) To stations in the Industrial/ quency may be assigned for remote Business Pool for secondary use at lo- control of all types of locomotives and, cations 80 km (50 mi) or more from the within a railroad yard or terminal coordinates of the listed airports at a area, for remote control of cab indica- maximum ERP of 300 watts. tor devices placed with a locomotive to (iii) To stations in the Industrial/ give visual signals to the operator of Business Pool for secondary use at lo- the locomotive. (A1, A2, F1 or F2 emis- cations 16 km (10 mi) or more from the sions may be authorized.) coordinates of the listed airports at a (60)(i) Frequencies subject to this as- maximum transmitter output power of signment limitation are herein consid- 2 watts. Use of the frequency is re- ered collectively for use for commu- stricted to the confines of an industrial nications concerned with cargo han- complex or manufacturing yard area. dling from a dock, or a cargo handling Stations licensed prior to April 17, 1986 facility, to a vessel alongside. Any may continue to operate with facilities number of the frequencies may be au- authorized as of that date. thorized to one licensee for the pur- (iv) The airports and their respective pose. Mobile relay stations may be reference coordinates are: temporarily installed at or in the vi- Reference coordinate cinity of a dock or cargo handling fa- City and airport cility and used when a vessel is along- Latitude Longitude side the dock or cargo handling facil- Akron, OH: ity. Akron-Canton Regional (CAK) 40°55′01″ 81°26′30″ N W Mobile Albany-Troy-Schenectady, NY: Mobile relay (MHz) (MHz) Albany County (ALB) ...... 42°44′53″ 73°48′12″ N W 457.525 ...... 467.750 Albuquerque, NM: 457.53125 ...... 467.75625 Albuquerque International 457.5375 ...... 467.7625 (ABQ) ...... 35°02′30″ 106°36′23″ 457.54375 ...... 467.76875 N W 457.550 ...... 467.775 Allentown-Bethlehem, PA: 457.55625 ...... 467.78125 Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton 457.5625 ...... 467.7875 (ABE) ...... 40°39′11″ 75°26′25″ 457.56875 ...... 467.79375 N W 457.575 ...... 467.800 Anchorage, AK: 457.58125 ...... 467.80625 Anchorage International (ANC) 61°10′30″ 149°59′38″ 457.5875 ...... 467.8125 N W 457.59375 ...... 467.81875 Atlanta, GA: 457.600 ...... 467.825 Atlanta International (ATL) ...... 33°38′25″ 84°25′37″ 457.60625 ...... 467.83125 N W 457.6125 Dekalb-Peachtree (PDK) ...... 33°52′30″ 84°18′08″ 457.61875 N W Fulton County (FTY) ...... 33°46′45″ 84°31′17″ (ii) For single frequency simplex: Use N W Baltimore, MD: mobile relay frequencies. The effective Baltimore-Washington Int'l radiated power (ERP) on any frequency (BWI) ...... 39°10′30″ 76°40′10″ shall not exceed 2 watts. The center of N W Birmingham, AL: the radiating system of the on-board Birmingham Municipal (BHM) .. 33°33′50″ 86°45′16″ repeater antenna shall be located no N W

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Reference coordinate Reference coordinate City and airport City and airport Latitude Longitude Latitude Longitude

Boston, MA: Denver-Jeffco (BJC) ...... 39°54′28″ 105°26′53″ Logan International (BOS) ...... 42°21′51″ 71°00′21″ N W N W Stapleton International (DEN) .. 39°46′22″ 104°52′38″ Bridgeport, CT: N W Sikorsky Memorial (BDR) ...... 41°09′49″ 73°07′35″ Des Moines, IA: N W Des Moines Municipal (DSM) .. 41°32′06″ 93°39′38″ Buffalo, NY: N W Greater Buffalo Int'l (BUF) ...... 42°56′26″ 78°43′57″ Detroit, MI: N W Detroit City (DET) ...... 42°24′33″ 83°00′36″ Canton, OH: N W Akron-Canton Regional (CAK) 40°55′01″ 81°26′30″ Detroit Metro-Wayne County N W (DTW) ...... 42°12′55″ 83°20′55″ Charlotte, NC: N W Charlotte-Douglas Int'l (CLT) ... 35°12′52″ 80°56′37″ Oakland-Pontiac (PTK) ...... 42°39′54″ 83°25′05″ N W N W Chattanooga, TN: Willow Run (YIP) ...... 42°14′16″ 83°31′50″ Lovell (CHA) ...... 35°02′07″ 85°12′15″ N W N W El Paso, TX: Chicago, IL-Northwest, IN: El Paso International (ELP) ..... 31°48′24″ 106°22′38″ Chicago-Wheeling-Palwaukee N W (PWK) ...... 42°06′48″ 87°54′03″ Flint, MI: N W Bishop (FNT) ...... 42°57′56″ 83°44′37″ Meigs (CGX) ...... 41°51′32″ 87°36′28″ N W N W Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood, FL: Michiana Regional (SBN) ...... 41°42′18″ 86°18′59″ Ft. Lauderdale Executive (FXE) 26°11′49″ 80°10′15″ N W N W Midway (MDW) ...... 41°47′10″ 87°45′08″ Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywd Int'l N W (FLL) ...... 26°04′19″ 80°09′13″ O'Harm International (ORD) .... 41°58′48″ 87°54′16″ N W N W Ft. Worth, TX: West Chicago-Dupage (DPE) .. 41°54′52″ 88°14′47″ Meacham (FTW) ...... 32°49′09″ 97°21′41″ N W N W Cincinnati, OH: Fresno, CA: Greater Cincinnati Int'l (CVG) .. 39°14′59″ 84°23′14″ Chandler Downtown (FCH) ...... 36°43′56″ 119°49′08″ N W N W Lunken (LUK) ...... 39°06′12″ 84°25′08″ Fresno Air Terminal (FAT) ...... 36°46′36″ 119°43′02″ N W N W Cleveland, OH: Grand Rapids, MI: Burke Lakefront (BKL) ...... 41°31′03″ 81°41′01″ Kent County Int'l (GRR) ...... 42°52′57″ 85°31′26″ N W N W Cuyahoga County (CGF) ...... 41°33′54″ 81°29′11″ Hana, HI: N W Hana (HNN) ...... 20°47′56″ 156°01′02″ Hopkins International (CLE) ..... 41°24′38″ 81°50′58″ N W N W Harrisburg, PA: Columbus, OH: Capital City (CXY) ...... 40°13′01″ 76°51′06″ Port Columbus Int'l (CMH) ...... 39°59′42″ 82°53′11″ N W N W Harrisburg Int'l (MDT) ...... 40°11′36″ 76°45′49″ Dallas, TX: N W Addison (ADS) ...... 32°58′06″ 96°50′10″ Hartford, CT (Windsor Locks): N W Bradley Int'l (BDL) ...... 41°56′20″ 72°41′01″ Dallas-Ft. Worth Regional N W (DFW) ...... 32°53′45″ 97°02′10″ Hartford-Brainard (HFD) ...... 41°44′10″ 72°39′02″ N W N W Dallas-Love Field (DAL) ...... 32°50′49″ 96°51′05″ Hilo, HI: N W General Lyman Field (ITO) ...... 19°43′24″ 155°03′05″ Red Bird (RBD) ...... 32°40′49″ 96°52′02″ N W N W Honolulu, HI: Davenport, IA (Rock Island, Mo- Honolulu International (HNL) ... 21°19′20″ 157°55′27″ line, IL): N W Davenport Municipal (DVN) ..... 41°36′42″ 90°35′21″ Houston, TX: N W W.P. Hobby (HOU) ...... 29°38′43″ 95°16′43″ Quad City (MLI) ...... 41°26′56″ 90°30′35″ N W N W D.W. Hooks Memorial (DWH) .. 30°03′50″ 95°33′11″ Dayton, OH: N W Dayton International (DAY) ...... 39°54′04″ 84°13′12″ Houston Intercontinental (IAH) 29°58′55″ 95°20′45″ N W N W Denver, CO: Indianapolis, IN: Centennial (APA) ...... 39°34′19″ 104°50′54″ Indianapolis Int'l (IND) ...... 39°43′32″ 86°17′02″ N W N W Colorado Springs Municipal Jacksonville, FL: (COS) ...... 38°48′31″ 104°42′5″ Craig Municipal (CRG) ...... 30°20′10″ 81°30′53″ N W N W

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Reference coordinate Reference coordinate City and airport City and airport Latitude Longitude Latitude Longitude

Jacksonville Int'l (JAX) ...... 30°29′33″ 81°41′24″ New Haven, CT: N W Tweed-New Haven Municipal Kahului, HI: (HVN) ...... 41°15′50″ 72°53′15″ Kahului (OGG) ...... 20°54′07″ 156°25′59″ N W N W New Orleans, LA: Kailula-Kona, HI: Lakefront (NEW) ...... 30°02′33″ 90°01′41″ Ke-Ahole (KOA) ...... 19°44′08″ 156°25′06″ N W N W New Orleans Int'l (MSY) ...... 29°59′34″ 90°15′23″ Kameula, HI: N W Waimea-Kohala (MUE) ...... 20°00′16″ 155°40′15″ Newport News-Hampton,VA: N W Patrick Henry Int'l (PHF) ...... 37°07′54″ 76°29′36″ Kansas City, MO-KS: N W Fairfax Municipal (KCK) ...... 39°08′50″ 94°56′14″ New York-Northeast, NJ: N W Farmingdale Republic (FRG) ... 40°43′43″ 73°24′50″ Kansas City Int'l (MCI) ...... 39°17′57″ 94°43′04″ N W N W JFK International (JFK) ...... 40°38′25″ 73°46′42″ Kansas City Municipal Dntn N W (MKC) ...... 39°07′24″ 94°35′33″ LaGuardia (LGA) ...... 40°46′38″ 73°52′27″ N W N W Richard-Gebaur (GBW) ...... 38°50′37″ 94°33′37″ Long Island-McArthur (ISP) ..... 40°47′44″ 73°06′00″ N W N W Kauna Kakai, HI: Morristown Municipal (NJ) Molokai (MKK) ...... 21°09′22″ 157°55′07″ (MMU) ...... 40°47′57″ 74°24′55″ N W N W Las Vegas, NV: Newark Int'l (FWR) ...... 40°41′35″ 74°10′07″ McCarran Int'l (LAS) ...... 36°04′58″ 115°09′13″ N W N W Teterboro (NJ) (TEB) ...... 40°51′00″ 74°03′41″ Lihue, HI: N W Lihue (LIH) ...... 21°58′42″ 159°20′40″ Norfolk-Portsmouth, VA: N W Norfolk Int'l (ORF) ...... 36°53′40″ 76°12′06″ Los Angeles, CA: N W Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Oklahoma City, OK: (BUR) ...... 34°21′02″ 118°21′27″ Wiley Post (DWA) ...... 35°32′03″ 97°38′48″ N W N W Catalina (AVX) ...... 33°24′20 118°24′50″ Will Rogers World (OKC) ...... 35°23′35″ 97°36′02″ N W N W Long Beach-Daugherty Field Omaha, NE: (LGB) ...... 33°49′03″ 118°09′03″ Eppley Airfield (OMA) ...... 41°18′04″ 95°53′36″ N W N W Los Angeles Int'l (LAX) ...... 33°56′33″ 118°24′26″ Orlando, FL: N W Orlando Executive (ORL) ...... 28°32′43″ 81°19′59″ Ontario Int'l (ONT) ...... 34°03′22″ 117°36′11″ N W N W Orlando Int'l (MCO) ...... 28°25′54″ 81°19′59″ Santa Ana-John Wayne-Or- N W ange City (SNA) ...... 33°40′32″ 117°52′02″ Philadelphia, PA-NJ: N W Northeast Philadelphia (PNE) .. 40°04′55″ 75°00′40″ Louisville, KY: N W Standiford Field (SDF) ...... 38°10′40″ 85°44′11″ Philadelphia Int'l (PHC) ...... 39°52′13″ 75°14′43″ N W N W Memphis, TN: Phoenix, AZ: Memphis Int'l (MEM) ...... 35°02′59″ 89°58′43″ Phoenix-Sky Habor Int'l (PHX) 33°26′10″ 112°00′32″ N W N W Miami, FLA: Scottsdale Municipal (SDC) ..... 33°37′22″ 111°54′35″ Miami Int'l (MIA) ...... 25°47′34″ 80°17′26″ N W N W Pittsburgh, PA: Opa Locka (OPF) ...... 25°54′25″ 80°16′50″ Allegheny County (AGC) ...... 40°21′16″ 79°55′49″ N W N W Tamiami (TMB) ...... 25°38′51″ 80°25′59″ Greater Pittsburgh Int'l (PIT) .... 40°29′30″ 80°13′55″ N W N W Milwaukee, WI: Portland, OR: General Mitchell (MKE) ...... 42°56′49″ 87°53′49″ Portland-Hillsboro (HIO) ...... 45°32′26″ 122°56′55″ N W N W Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN: Portland International (PDX) .... 45°35′20″ 122°35′47″ Minneapolis-St. Paul (MSP) ..... 44°53′03″ 93°12′54″ N W N W Portland-Troutdale (TTD) ...... 45°32′58″ 122°24′00″ Mobile, AL: N W Bates Field (MOB) ...... 30°41′23″ 88°14′31″ Providence-Pawtucket, RIÐMA: N W North Central State (SFZ) ...... 41°55′15″ 71°29′30″ Nashville, TN: N W Nashville Metropolitan (BNA) ... 36°07′37″ 86°40′53″ T.F. Green State (PVD) ...... 41°43′31″ 71°25′41″ N W N W

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Reno, NV: Westover Field (CEF) ...... 42°11′52″ 72°31′50″ Reno International (RNO) ...... 39°29′52″ 119°46′04″ N W N W Syracuse, NY: Richmond, VA: Syracuse-Hancock Int'l (SYR) 43°06′44″ 76°06′32″ Byrd International (RIC) ...... 37°30′18″ 77°19′12″ N W N W Tacoma, WA: Rochester, NY: Tacoma Narrows (TIW) ...... 47°16′05″ 122°34′37″ Rochester-Monroe County N W (ROC) ...... 43°07′08″ 77°40′22″ Tampa, FL: N W Tampa Int'l (TPA) ...... 27°58′31″ 82°32′00″ Sacramento, CA: N W Sacramento Executive (SAC) .. 38°30′45″ 121°29′33″ Toledo, OH: N W Toledo Express (TOL) ...... 41°35′15″ 83°48′19″ Sacramento Metropolitan N W (SMF) ...... 38°41′44″ 121°36′01″ Trenton, NJ-PA: N W Mercer County (TTN) ...... 40°16′38″ 74°48′50″ St. Louis, MO±IL: N W Spirit of St. Louis (SUS) ...... 38°39′36″ 90°38′43″ Tucson, AZ: N W Tucson Int'l (TUS) ...... 32°07′06″ 110°56′35″ St. Louis-Lambert Int'l (STC) ... 38°44′51″ 90°21′39″ N W N W Tulsa, OK: ° ′ ″ ° ′ ″ St. Petersburg, FL: R.L. Jones, Jr. (RVS) ...... 36 02 18 95 59 05 Albert Whitted Municipal (SPG) 27°45′53″ 82°37′39″ N W ° ′ ″ ° ′ ″ N W Tulsa Int'l (TUL) ...... 36 11 54 95 53 16 Clearwater Int'l (PIE) ...... 27°54′38″ 82°41′16″ N W N W Washington, DC: ° ′ ″ ° ′ ″ Salt Lake City, UT: Dulles International (IAD) ...... 38 56 39 77 27 26 ° ′ ″ ° ′ ″ N W Salt Lake City Int'l (SLC) ...... 40 47 13 111 58 05 ° ′ ″ ° ′ ″ N W National (DCA) ...... 38 51 07 77 02 17 San Antonio, TX: N W Wichita, KS: San Antonio Int'l (SAT) ...... 29°32′00″ 98°28′10″ Mid-Continent (ICT) ...... 37°39′00″ 97°25′58″ N W N W San Bernardino, CA: Wilkes-Barre, PA: Ontario Int'l (ONT) ...... 34°03′22″ 117°36′11″ Wilkes-Barre-Scranton (AVP) .. 41°20′20″ 75°43′27″ N W N W San Diego, CA: ° ′ ″ ° ′ ″ Wilmington, DE: Lindbergh Int'l (SAN) ...... 32 44 01 117 11 12 Gr. Wilm.-New Castle City N W (ILG) ...... 39°40′42″ 75°36′25″ San Francisco-Oakland, CA: N W Metropolitan Oakland Int'l Worcester, MA: ° ′ ″ ° ′ ″ (OAK) ...... 37 43 17 122 13 11 Worcester Municipal (ORH) ..... 42°16′02″ 71°52′34″ N W N W ° ′ ″ ° ′ ″ San Francisco Int'l (SFO) ...... 37 37 08 122 22 26 Youngstown-Warren, OH-PA: N W Youngstown Municipal (YNG) .. 41°15′32″ 80°40′34″ San Jose, CA: N W San Jose Int'l (SJC) ...... 37°21′41″ 121°55′38″ N W Scranton, PA: (62) This frequency may be assigned Wilkes-Barre Scranton Int'l to fixed stations in the Industrial/Busi- (AVP) ...... 41°20′20″ 75°43′27″ ness Pool in accordance with the provi- N W sions of § 90.261. Seattle, WA: King County Int'l (BFI) ...... 47°31′49″ 122°18′03″ (63) Within the boundaries of urban- N W ized areas of 200,000 or more popu- Seattle-Tacoma Int'l (SEA) ...... 47°26′57″ 122°18′29″ lation, defined in the United States N W Shreveport, LA: Census of Population, 1960, vol. 1, table Shreveport Downtown (DTN) ... 32°32′23″ 93°44′40″ 23, page 1–50, this frequency may be N W used only by persons rendering a Shreveport Regional (SHV) ..... 32°26′48″ 93°49′30″ central station commercial protection N W South Bend, IN: service within the service area of the Michiana Regional (SBW) ...... 41°42′18″ 86°18′59″ radio station utilizing the frequency N W and may be used only for communica- Spokane, WA: tions pertaining to safety of life and Grant County (MWH) ...... 47°12′28″ 119°19′08″ N W property, and for maintenance or test- Spokane Int'l (GEG) ...... 47°37′12″ 117°31′58″ ing of the protection facilities. Central N W Station commercial protection service Springfield, MA: Barnes Municipal (BAF) ...... 42°09′28″ 72°42′58″W is defined as an electrical protection N and supervisory service rendered to the

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public from and by a central station seconds out of any 60-second period. accepted and certified by one or more This 10-second frame includes both of the recognized rating agencies, or transmit and response times. the Underwriters Laboratories’ (UL), (iv) The bandwidth shall not exceed or Factory Mutual System. Other sta- that authorized to the licensee for the tions in the Industrial/Business Pool primary operation on the frequency may be licensed on this frequency only concerned. when all base, mobile relay and control (v) Frequency loading resulting from stations are located at least 120 km (75 the use of secondary signaling will not miles) from the city center or centers be considered in whole or in part as a of the specified urbanized areas of justification for authorizing additional 200,000 or more population. With re- frequencies in the licensee’s mobile spect to combination urbanized areas system. containing more than one city, 120 km (vi) A mobile service frequency may (75 mile) separation shall be main- not be used exclusively for secondary tained from each city center which is signaling. included in the urbanized area. The lo- (vii) The output power shall not ex- cations of centers of cities are deter- ceed 30 watts (at the remote site). mined from appendix, page 226, of the (viii) A1D, A2D, F1D, or F2D emission U.S. Commerce publication ‘‘Air Line may be authorized. Distance Between Cities in the United (ix) The transmitter shall be designed States.’’ to deactivate automatically after 3 (64) Persons who render a central sta- minutes of continuous carrier radi- tion commercial protection service are ation. authorized to operate fixed stations on (x) Operational fixed stations author- this frequency for the transmission of ized under this paragraph are exempt tone or impulse signals on a secondary, from the requirements of §§ 90.137(b), noninterference base-to-base/mobile 90.429(d), 90.425 and 90.433. operations subject to the following (xi) On these frequencies, base, mo- conditions and limitations: bile relay or mobile stations may (i) Secondary fixed operations may transmit secondary tone or impulse be used only for the following purposes: signals to receivers, as provided in this (A) Indication of equipment malfunc- section. tion; (65) Licensees providing a central sta- (B) Actuation of a device to indicate tion commercial protection service the presence of an intruder, fire, or may communicate with police or fire other hazardous condition on the prop- stations, or vehicles, on this frequency, erty under the protection of the li- and may install licensed transmitting censee; units which operate on this frequency (C) Indication of an abnormal condi- at police or fire stations, or in police or tion in facilities under the protection fire vehicles, if the frequency’s primary of the licensee that, if not promptly re- use is in a base/mobile system for a ported, would result in danger to central station commercial protection human life; service. (D) Transmission, as may be nec- (66) This frequency may be assigned essary, to verify status of equipment; only to persons rendering a central sta- adjust operating conditions; or correct tion commercial protection service, any abnormal condition; or which is defined in paragraph (c)(63) of (E) Confirmation of status, or that an this section, within the service area of operation or correction has been ac- the radio station utilizing the fre- complished. quency. (ii) The maximum duration of any (67) Use of this frequency is on a sec- one non-voice signal may not exceed 2 ondary basis and subject to the provi- seconds and shall not be transmitted sions of § 90.267 (a)(3), (a)(4), (a)(5), and more than three times. (a)(7). (iii) Systems employing automatic (68) Maximum permissible power out- interrogation shall be limited to non- put for stations on airports is 3 watts. voice techniques and shall not be acti- Each station authorized on this fre- vated for this purpose more than 10 quency will be classified and licensed

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as a mobile station. Any units of such (77) All communications on this fre- a station, however, may provide the quency must be conducted within the functions of a base station on a second- boundaries or confines of the licensee’s ary basis to mobile service operations business premises. provided that the vertical separation (78) Base and mobile stations author- between the control point or ground ized as of April 1, 1968, may continue to level and the center of the radiating be authorized for such operation on a portion of the antenna of any units so secondary basis to the Maritime Mo- used shall not exceed 8 m (25 ft.). bile Service. The licensees of such sta- (69) This frequency may be used on a tions may renew, modify, reinstate, or secondary, non-interference basis by a assign their licenses in those cases hospital or health care institution where such assignment accompanies a holding a license to operate a radio sta- change of ownership of the licensee’s tion under this part to operate a medi- business to the assignee, and may ex- cal radio telemetry device with an out- pand existing systems when using that put power not to exceed 20 milliwatts frequency; however, they will not be without specific authorization from the authorized to establish any new sys- Commission. tems. (d) Additional frequencies available. In (70) Subpart L of this part contains addition to the frequencies shown in rules for assignment of frequencies in the frequency table of this section, the the 470–512 MHz band. following frequencies are available in (71) Subpart S of this part contains this service. (See also § 90.253.) rules for assignment of frequencies in (1) Frequencies may be substituted the 806–821/851–866 and 896–901/935–940 for those available below 25 MHz in ac- MHz bands. cordance with the provisions of § 90.263. (72) Assignment of frequencies above (2) Frequencies in the band 73.0–74.6 928 MHz for operational-fixed stations MHz may be assigned to stations au- is governed by part 101 of this chapter. thorized their use on or before Decem- (73) Frequencies in this band are ber 1, 1961, but no new stations will be available only for one-way paging oper- authorized in this band, nor will expan- ations in accordance with § 90.494. sion of existing systems be permitted. (74) Available only on a shared basis (See also § 90.257.) with stations in other services, and (3) Frequencies in the 421–430 MHz subject to no protection from inter- band are available in the Detroit, ference due to the operation of indus- Cleveland, and Buffalo areas in accord- trial, scientific, or medical (ISM) de- ance with the rules in §§ 90.273 through vices. In the 2483.5–2500 MHz band, no 90.281. applications for new or modification to (4) The following frequencies are existing stations to increase the num- available only in Puerto Rico and the ber of transmitters will be accepted. Virgin Islands. These ‘‘Base and Mo- Existing licensees as of July 25, 1985, or bile’’ and ‘‘Mobile only’’ frequencies on a subsequent date following as a re- are available on a shared basis with the sult of submitting an application for li- Public Safety Pool. These ‘‘Mobile cense on or before July 25, 1985, are only’’ frequencies may be assigned to a grandfathered and their operation is control station associated with a mo- co-primary with the Radiodetermin- bile relay system if it is also assigned ation Satellite Service. to the associated mobile station. (75) Use of frequencies in this band is Mobile limited to developmental operation Base and mobile only and is subject to the provisions of sub- 159.240 ...... 160.410 part Q of this part. 159.2475 ...... 160.4175 (76) The frequencies in the band 10.55– 159.255 ...... 160.425 10.68 GHz are available for Digital Ter- 159.2625 ...... 160.4325 159.270 ...... 160.440 mination Systems and for associated 159.2775 ...... 160.4475 intermodal links in the Point-to-Point 159.285 ...... 160.455 Microwave Service. No new licenses 159.2925 ...... 160.4625 159.300 ...... 160.470 will be issued under this subpart but 159.3075 ...... 160.4775 current licenses will be renewed. 159.315 ...... 160.485

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(4) Authorizations for multiple fre- Base and mobile Mobile only quencies for geophysical operations 159.3225 ...... 160.4925 will be granted on the frequencies gov- 159.330 ...... 160.500 erned by the limitations in paragraphs 159.3375 ...... 160.5075 (c) (3) and (4) of this section notwith- 159.345 ...... 160.515 159.3525 ...... 160.5225 standing this limitation. However, 159.360 ...... 160.530 each geophysical exploration party 159.3675 ...... 160.5375 may only use a maximum of four fre- 159.375 ...... 160.545 159.3825 ...... 160.5525 quencies at any one time. 159.390 ...... 160.560 (5) Authorization for more than one 159.3975 ...... 160.5675 159.405 ...... 160.575 mobile frequency in the band 72–76 MHz 159.4125 ...... 160.5825 will be issued notwithstanding this 159.420 ...... 160.590 limitation. 159.4275 ...... 160.5975 159.435 ...... 160.605 (6) This limitation shall not apply to 159.4425 ...... 160.6125 paragraph (c)(1) of this section. (7) Frequencies in the 457 and 467 (5) Low power mobile stations of 100 MHz bands may be assigned collec- mw or less output power used for one- tively as provided by paragraph (c)(60) way, non-voice medical telemetry oper- of this section notwithstanding this ations in hospitals or in medical con- limitation. valescent centers are subject to the (f) Limitation on itinerant operation. provisions of § 90.238. Base or mobile stations being utilized (6) The frequency band 33.00–33.01 in itinerant operation will be author- MHz may be used for developmental ized only on base or mobile frequencies operations subject to the provisions of designated for itinerant operation subpart Q of this part. Any type of under paragraphs (c)(10) or (c)(17) of emission other than pulsed emission this section, or on other frequencies may be used if the bandwidth occupied by the emission is contained within the not designated for permanent use. assigned frequency band. (g) The frequencies 10–490 kHz are (e) Limitation on number of frequencies used to operate electric utility Power assignable. Normally only one fre- Line Carrier (PLC) systems on power quency, or pair of frequencies in the transmission lines for communications paired frequency mode of operation, essential to the reliability and security will be assigned for mobile service op- of electric service to the public, in ac- erations by a single applicant in a cordance with part 15 of this chapter. given area. The assignment of an addi- Any electric utility that generates, tional frequency or pair of frequencies transmits, or distributes electrical en- will be made only upon a satisfactory ergy for use by the general public or by showing of need, except that: the members of a cooperative organiza- (1) Additional frequencies above 25 tion may operate PLC systems and MHz may be assigned in connection shall supply to a Federal Communica- with operation of mobile repeaters in tions Commission/National Tele- accordance with § 90.247 notwithstand- communications and Information Ad- ing this limitation. ministration recognized industry-oper- (2) Frequencies in the ranges 30.56– ated entity, information on all exist- 30.57 MHz, 35.00–35.01 MHz, 35.99–36.00 ing, changes to existing, and proposed MHz, and 37.00–37.01 MHz are available systems for inclusion in a data base. for developmental operation by appli- Such information shall include the fre- cants in this service subject to the pro- quency, power, location of transmit- visions of subpart Q of this part, not- ter(s), location of receivers and other withstanding this limitation. technical and operational parameters, (3) Frequencies in the 25–50 MHz, 150– which would characterize the system’s 170 MHz, 450–512 MHz and 902–928 MHz potential both to interfere with au- bands may be assigned for the oper- thorized radio users, and to receive ation of Location and Monitoring Serv- harmful interference from these users. ice (LMS) systems in accordance with In an agreed upon format, the indus- the provisions of subpart M of this try-operated entity shall inform the part, notwithstanding this limitation. NTIA and the FCC of these system

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characteristics prior to implementa- ering all parts of the United States, Puerto tion of any proposed PLC system and Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. No assign- shall provide monthly or periodic lists ments will be made in the 821–824 MHz and with supplements of PLC systems. The 866–869 MHz bands until a regional plan for FCC and NTIA will supply appropriate the area has been accepted by the Commis- sion. application and licensing information to the notification activity regarding [53 FR 1024, Jan. 15, 1988] authorized radio stations operating in the band. PLC systems in this band op- § 90.35 Medical services. erate on a noninterference basis to (a) Eligibility. The following persons are eli- radio systems assigned frequencies by gible to hold authorization to operate radio the NTIA or licensed by the FCC and stations for the delivery or rendition of med- are not protected from interference due ical services to the public and on a secondary basis, for transmission of messages related to these radio operations. to the efficient administration of organiza- EFFECTIVE DATE NOTE: At 62 FR 18874, Apr. tions and facilities engaged in medical serv- 17, 1997, subpart C, formerly consisting of ices operations. §§ 90.33—90.55, was revised, effective Oct. 17, (1) Hospital establishments that offer serv- 1997. For the convenience of the user, the su- ices, facilities, and beds for use beyond 24 perseded text is set forth as follows: hours in rendering medical treatment. (2) Institutions and organizations regularly Subpart C—Special Emergency Radio engaged in providing medical services Service through clinics, public health facilities, and similar establishments. § 90.33 Scope. (3) Ambulance companies regularly en- The Special Emergency Radio Service gaged in providing medical ambulance serv- (SERS) covers the licensing of the radio ices. communications of the following categories (4) Rescue organizations for the limited of activities: medical services, rescue organi- zations, veterinarians, handicapped persons, purpose of participation in providing medical disaster relief organizations, school buses, services. beach patrols, establishments in isolated (5) Associations comprised of two or more places, communications standby facilities, of the organizations eligible under para- and emergency repair of public communica- graphs (a)(1), (2), (3), and (4) of this section, tions facilities. Entities not meeting these for the purpose of active participation in and eligibility criteria may also be licensed in direct operational control of the medical the SERS solely to provide service to SERS services communication activities of such eligibles on one-way paging-only frequencies organizations. below 800 MHz, i.e., those frequencies with (6) Physicians, schools of medicine, oral the assignment limitations appearing at surgeons, and associations of physicians or § 90.53(b)(4) or (26). Private carrier systems li- oral surgeons. censed on other SERS channels prior to June (7) Governmental entities and govern- 1, 1990, may continue to operate on those mental agencies for their own medical ac- channels solely to provide radio communica- tivities. tions service to SERS eligibles. Rules as to (8) Governmental entities and govern- eligibility for licensing, permissible commu- mental agencies for providing medical serv- nications and classes and number of stations, ices communications to other eligible per- and any special requirements as to each of sons through direct participation in and di- these categories are set forth in the follow- rect operational control of the system, such ing sections. Frequencies available for these as through central dispatch service. categories of services are shown in a sepa- (b) [Reserved] rate frequency table. [55 FR 24896, June 19, 1990] [43 FR 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, as amended at 47 FR 19538, May 6, 1982; 48 FR 9272, Mar. 4, 1983; § 90.34 Public Safety National Plan. 48 FR 26620, June 9, 1983; 49 FR 36376, Sept. 17, The Commission has established a Na- 1984] tional Plan which specifies special policies and procedures governing the Public Safety § 90.37 Rescue organizations. Radio Services and the Special Emergency (a) Eligibility. Persons or organizations op- Radio Service. The National Plan is con- erating a rescue squad are eligible to hold tained in the Report and Order in General authorizations to operate radio stations for Docket No. 87–112. The principal spectrum transmission of messages pertaining to the resource for the National Plan is the 821–824 safety of life or property and urgent mes- MHz and the 866–869 MHz bands. The Na- sages necessary for the rendition of an effi- tional plan establishes planning regions cov- cient emergency rescue service.

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(b) Class and number of stations available. lating to the safety of life or property, the Each rescue squad will normally be author- establishment and maintenance of tem- ized to operate one base station, and a num- porary relief facilities, and the alleviation of ber of mobile units (excluding hand carried emergency situations during periods of ac- mobile units) not exceeding the number of tual or impending emergency, or disaster, vehicles actually used in emergency rescue and until substantially normal conditions operations. In addition, each rescue squad are restored. In addition, the stations may will be authorized to operate a number of be used for training exercises, incidental to hand carried mobile units not exceeding two the emergency communications plan, and for such units for each radio equipped vehicle operational communications of the disaster actually used in emergency rescue oper- relief organization or its chapter affiliates. ations. (b) Special eligibility showing. The initial ap- plication from a disaster relief organization [43 FR 54791, Nov. 22, 1978; 45 FR 43418, June shall be accompanied by a copy of the char- 27, 1980] ter or other authority under which the orga- § 90.38 Physically handicapped. nization was established and a copy of its communications plan. The plan shall fully (a) Eligibility. (1) Any person having a hear- describe the operation of the radio facilities ing deficiency such that average hearing and describe the method of intergration into threshold levels are 90 dB above ANSI (Amer- other communications facilities which nor- ican National Standards Institute) 1969 or mally would be available to assist in the al- ISO (International Standards Organization) leviation of the emergency condition. 1964 levels and such other persons who sub- mit medical certification of similar hearing [43 FR 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, as amended at 48 deficiency. FR 9272, Mar. 4, 1983; 62 FR 15992, Apr. 3, 1997] (2) Any person having visual acuity cor- rected to no better than 20/200 in the better § 90.43 School buses. eye or having a field of vision of less than 20 (a) Eligibility. Persons or organizations op- degrees. erating school buses on a regular basis over (3) Any person, who, through loss of limbs regular routes are eligible to hold authoriza- or motor function, is confined to a wheel- tions to operate radio stations for the trans- chair, or is nonambulatory. mission of messages pertaining to either the (4) Any person actively awaiting an organ efficient operation of the school bus service transplant. or the safety or general welfare of the stu- (5) Parents or guardians of persons under 18 dents they are engaged in transporting. years eligible under (1), (2), (3), or institu- (b) Class and number of stations available. tions devoted to the care or training of those Each school bus operator may be authorized persons. to operate one base station and a number of (b) Special eligibility showing. The initial ap- mobile units not in excess of the total of the plication from a person claiming eligibility number of buses and maintenance vehicles under paragraph (a) shall be accompanied by regularly engaged in the school bus oper- a statement from a physician attesting to ation. Additional base stations or mobile the condition of the applicant or the appli- units will be authorized only in exceptional cant’s child (or ward in case of guardian- circumstances when the applicant can show ship). a specific need. [46 FR 15276, Mar. 5, 1981, as amended at 57 § 90.45 Beach Patrols. FR 45751, Oct. 5, 1992] (a) Eligibility. Persons or organizations op- § 90.39 Veterinarians. erating beach patrols having responsibility for life-saving activities are eligible to hold (a) Eligibility. A veterinarian, veterinary authorizations to operate radio stations for clinic, or a school of veterinary medicine is the transmission of messages required for eligible to hold authorizations to operate the safety of life or property. radio stations for the transmission of mes- sages pertaining to the care and treatment [43 FR 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, as amended at 48 of animals. FR 9272, Mar. 4, 1983] (b) Class and number of stations available. Each licensee may be authorized to operate § 90.47 Establishment in isolated areas. one base station and two mobile units. Addi- (a) Eligibility. Persons or organizations tional base stations or mobile units will be maintaining establishment in isolated areas authorized only on a showing of need. where public communications facilities are not available and where the use of radio is § 90.41 Disaster relief organizations. the only feasible means of establishing com- (a) Eligibility. Organizations established for munication with a center of population, or disaster relief purposes having an emergency other point from which emergency assist- radio communications plan are eligible to ance might be obtained if needed, are eligible hold authorizations to operate radio stations to hold authorizations to operate radio sta- for the transmission of communications re- tions for the transmission of messages only

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during an actual or impending emergency [43 FR 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, as amended at 48 endangering life, health or property for the FR 9272, Mar. 4, 1983] transmission of essential communications arising from the emergency. The trans- § 90.51 Emergency repair of public commu- mission of routine or non-emergency com- nications facilities. munications is strictly prohibited. (a) Eligibility. Communications common (b) Special eligibility showing. The initial ap- carriers are eligible in this service for radio plication requesting a station authorization facilities to be used in effecting expeditious for an establishment in an isolated area shall repairs to interruption of public communica- be accompanied by a statement describing tions facilities where such interruptions the status of public communication facilities have resulted in disabling intercity circuits in the area of the applicant’s establishment; or service to a multiplicity of subscribers in the results of any attempts the applicant a general area. Stations authorized under may have made to obtain public communica- this section may be used only when no other tion service, and; in the event radio commu- means of communication is readily avail- nications service is to be furnished under able, for the transmission of messages relat- subparagraph (d)(2) of this section, a copy of ing to the safety of life and property and the agreement involved must be submitted. messages which are necessary for the effi- (c) Class and number of stations available. cient restoration of the public communica- Persons or organizations in this category tion facilities which have been disrupted. may be authorized to operate not more than (b) [Reserved] one fixed station at any isolated establish- [43 FR 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, as amended at 48 ment and not more than one fixed station in FR 9272, Mar. 4, 1983] a center of population. (d) Communication service rendered and re- § 90.53 Frequencies available. ceived. (1) The licensee of a station at any es- (a) The following table indicates fre- tablishment in an isolated area shall make quencies available for assignment to stations the communication facilities of such station in the Special Emergency Radio Service, to- available at no charge to any person desiring gether with the class of station(s) to which the transmission of any communication per- they are normally assigned and the specific mitted by paragraph (a) of this section. assignment limitations which are explained (2) For the purpose of providing the com- in paragraph (b) of this section. (Frequencies munications link desired the licensee of a below 450 MHz indicated for base or mobile station at an establishment in an isolated stations may be authorized to fixed stations area either may be the licensee of a similar on a secondary basis to stations in the mo- station at another location or may obtain bile service): communication service under a mutual agreement from the licensee of any station SPECIAL EMERGENCY SERVICE FREQUENCY TABLE

in the Public Safety or Special Emergency Frequency or band Class of station(s) Limita- Radio Services or any other station which is tions authorized to communicate with the special Kilohertz emergency fixed station. 2000±3000 ...... Fixed ...... 2726 ...... Base or mobile ...... 2 § 90.49 Communications standby facilities. 3201 ...... do ...... (a) Eligibility. A communications common Megahertz carrier operating communications circuits that normally carry essential communica- 33.02 ...... do ...... 3, 25 33.04 ...... do ...... 25 tion of such a nature that their disruption 33.06 ...... do ...... 3, 25 would endanger life or public property is eli- 33.08 ...... do ...... 25 gible to hold authorizations for standby 33.10 ...... do ...... 3, 25 35.02 ...... Mobile ...... 27 radio facilities for the transmission of mes- 35.64 ...... Base ...... 4 sages only during periods when the normal 35.68 ...... do ...... 4 circuits are inoperative due to cir- 37.90 ...... Base or mobile ...... 3, 25 37.94 ...... do ...... 3, 25 cumstances beyond the control of the user. 37.98 ...... do ...... 3, 25 During such periods the radio facilities may 43.64 ...... Base ...... 4, 28 be used to transmit any communication 43.68 ...... do ...... 4 45.92 ...... Base or mobile ...... 25 which would be carried by the regular cir- 45.96 ...... do ...... 25 cuit. 46.00 ...... do ...... 25 46.04 ...... do ...... 25 (b) Special eligibility showing. Initial appli- 47.42 ...... do ...... 5, 25 cations for authorization to operate a stand- 47.46 ...... do ...... 25 by radio facility must include a statement 47.50 ...... do ...... 25 47.54 ...... do ...... 25 describing radio communication facilities 47.58 ...... do ...... 25 desired, the proposed method of operation, a 47.62 ...... do ...... 25 description of the messages normally being 47.66 ...... do ...... 25 72.00 to 76.00 ...... Operational fixed ...... 6 carried, and an explanation of how their dis- 150 to 170 ...... Base or mobile ...... 36, 39 ruption will endanger life or public property. 152.0075 ...... Base ...... 4, 31, 37

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SPECIAL EMERGENCY SERVICE FREQUENCY TABLEÐContinued Coast Stations only, provided such stations are located in the United States and the fol- Limita- Frequency or band Class of station(s) tions lowing conditions are met: (i) That such fixed station is established 155.160 ...... Base or mobile ...... 25 155.1675 ...... do ...... 25, 30 pursuant to the eligibility provisions of 155.175 ...... do ...... 25 § 90.47 and that the isolated area involved is 155.1825 ...... do ...... 25, 30 an island or other location not more than 480 155.205 ...... do ...... 25 155.2125 ...... do ...... 25, 30 km (300 statute miles) removed from the de- 155.220 ...... do ...... 25 sired point of communication and isolated 155.2275 ...... do ...... 25, 30 from that point by water. 155.235 ...... do ...... 25 155.2425 ...... do ...... 25, 30 (ii) That evidence is submitted showing 155.265 ...... do ...... 25 that an arrangement has been made with the 155.2725 ...... do ...... 25, 30 coast station licensee for the handling of 155.280 ...... do ...... 25 155.2875 ...... do ...... 25, 30 emergency communications permitted by 155.295 ...... do ...... 25 §§ 80.453 and 90.47(d) of this chapter. 155.3025 ...... do ...... 25, 30 (iii) That operation of the Special Emer- 157.450 ...... do ...... 4, 11, 37 gency fixed station shall at no time conflict 163.250 ...... do ...... 4, 37 169±172 ...... Mobile ...... 33 with any provision of part 80 of this chapter 450±470 ...... Fixed, base, or mobile ...... 12, 36 and further, that such operation in general 453.0125 ...... Mobile ...... 38 shall conform to the practices employed by 453.025 ...... Base ...... 26 453.075 ...... do ...... 26 Public Ship Stations for radiotelephone com- 453.125 ...... do ...... 26 munication with the same Public Coast Sta- 453.175 ...... do ...... 26 tion. 458.0125 ...... Mobile ...... 38 458.0375 ...... do ...... 38 (2) This frequency is shared with the Local 458.0625 ...... do ...... 38 Government Radio Service where it is avail- 458.0875 ...... do ...... 38 able for State Guard operations. 458.1125 ...... do ...... 38 458.1375 ...... do ...... 38 (3) This frequency is shared with the High- 458.1625 ...... do ...... 38 way Maintenance Radio Service. 458.1875 ...... do ...... 38 (4) This frequency will be assigned only for 460.5125 ...... do ...... 38 460.5375 ...... do ...... 38 one-way paging communications to mobile 460.5625 ...... do ...... 38 receivers. Transmissions for the purpose of 462.9375 ...... do ...... 38 activating or controlling remote objects on 462.9625 ...... do ...... 38 462.9875 ...... do ...... 38 this frequency are not authorized. 463.0125 ...... do ...... 38 (5) Thus frequency is reserved for assign- 463.0375 ...... do ...... 38 ment only to national organizations eligible 463.0625 ...... do ...... 38 463.0875 ...... do ...... 38 for disaster relief operations under § 90.41. 463.1125 ...... do ...... 38 (6) The frequencies available for use at 463.1375 ...... do ...... 38 operational-fixed stations in the band 72–76 463.1625 ...... do ...... 38 463.1875 ...... do ...... 38 MHz are listed in § 90.257(a)(1). These fre- 465.5125 ...... do ...... 38 quencies are shared with other services and 465.5375 ...... do ...... 38 are available only in accordance with the 465.5625 ...... do ...... 38 467.9375 ...... do ...... 38 provisions of § 90.257. 467.9625 ...... do ...... 38 (7) Frequencies in this band are available 467.9875 ...... do ...... 38 only for one-way paging operations in ac- 468.0125 ...... do ...... 38 468.0375 ...... do ...... 38 cordance with § 90.494. 468.0625 ...... do ...... 38 (8) [Reserved] 468.0875 ...... do ...... 38 (9) The frequencies in the band 10.55–10.68 468.1125 ...... do ...... 38 GHz are available for Digital Termination 468.1375 ...... do ...... 38 468.1625 ...... do ...... 38 Systems and for associated intermodal links 468.1875 ...... do ...... 38 in the Point-to-Point Microwave Radio Serv- 806 to 824 ...... Mobile ...... 21 ice. No new licenses will be issued under this 851 to 869 ...... Base or mobile ...... 21 928 and above ...... Operational fixed ...... 22 subpart but current licenses will be renewed. 929 to 930 ...... Base only ...... 7 (10) [Reserved] 1427 to 1435 ...... Operational fixed, base or 23 (11) Operations on this frequency are lim- mobile. 2450 to 2500 ...... Base or mobile ...... 24 ited to 30 watts transmitter output power. 10,550 to 10,680 ...... do ...... 9 (12) The requirements for secondary fixed use of frequencies in this band are set forth (b) Explanation of assignment limitations in § 90.261. appearing in the frequency table of para- (13)–(20) [Reserved] graph (a) of this section: (21) Subpart S contains rules for assign- (1) Appropriate frequencies in the band ment of frequencies in the 806–824 MHz and 2000–3000 kHz which are designated in part 80 851–869 MHz bands. of this chapter as available to Public Ship (22) Assignment of frequencies above 928 Stations for telephone communications with MHz for operational-fixed stations is gov- Public Coast Stations may be assigned on a erned by part 94 of this chapter. secondary basis to Special Emergency fixed (23) This frequency band is available in this Stations for communication with Public service subject to the provisions of § 90.259.

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(24) Available only on a shared basis with (33) Frequencies in this band will be as- stations in other services, and subject to no signed for low power wireless microphones in protection from interference due to the oper- accordance with provisions of § 90.265. ation of industrial, scientific, or medical (34) [Reserved] (ISM) devices. In the 2483.5–2500 MHz band, (35) This frequency is not available until no applications for new or modification to August 18, 1996. After August 18, 1996 this fre- the existing stations to increase the number quency will be assigned with an authorized of transmitters will be accepted. Existing li- bandwidth not to exceed 6 kHz. censees as of July 25, 1985, or on a subsequent (36) Assignment of frequencies in this band date following as a result of submitting an are subject to the provisions of § 90.173. application for license on or before July 25, (37) This frequency will be authorized a 1985, are grandfathered and their operation is channel bandwidth of 25 kHz. co-primary with the Radiodetermination (38) This frequency is available for systems Satellite Service. first licensed prior to August 18, 1995. No new (25) A licensee regularly conducting two- systems will be authorized after August 18, way communication operations on this fre- 1995, but prior authorized systems may be quency may, on a secondary basis, also modified, expanded, and renewed. transmit one-way alert-paging signals to am- (39) Licensees as of August 18, 1995 who op- bulance and rescue squad personnel. erate systems that are 2.5 kHz removed from (26) Paging licensees as of March 20, 1991, regularly assignable frequencies may con- may continue to operate on a primary basis tinue to operate on a secondary, non-inter- until January 14, 1998. ference basis after August 1, 2003. (c) Additional frequencies available. In addi- (27) This frequency is available in this tion to the frequencies shown in the fre- service only to persons eligible under the quency table of this section, the following provisions of § 90.38(a) for operation of trans- frequencies are available in this service. (See mitters having a maximum power output of also § 90.253). three watts using A1A, A1D, A2B, A2D, F1B, (1) Substitution of frequencies available F1D, F2B, F2D, G1B, G1D, G2B, or G2D emis- below 25 MHz may be made in accordance sion. This frequency is also available in the with the provisions of § 90.263. Business Radio Service on a co-equal basis (2) [Reserved] with the Special Emergency Radio Service (3) Frequencies in the band 73.0–74.6 MHz users. may be assigned to stations authorized their (28) No new licenses will be granted for use on or before December 1, 1961, but no new one-way paging under § 90.487 for use on this stations will be authorized in this band, nor frequency after August 1, 1980. This fre- will expansion of existing systems be per- quency is available to persons eligible for mitted. (See also § 90.257.) station licenses under the provisions of (4) The frequency bands 31.99 to 32.00 MHz, § 90.38(a) on a co-equal basis with one-way 33.00 to 33.01 MHz, 33.99 to 34.00 MHz, 37.93 to paging users under § 90.487 prior to August 1, 38.00 MHz, 39.00 to 39.01 MHz, 39.99 to 40.00 1985, and on a primary basis after August 1, MHz and 42.00 to 42.01 MHz are available for 1985. Only A1A, A1D, A2B, A2D, F1B, F1D, assignment for developmental operation sub- F2B, F2D, G1B, G1D, G2B, G2D emissions and ject to the provisions of subpart Q. power not exceeding 10 watts will be author- (5) Frequencies in the 421–430 MHz band are ized. Antennas having gain greater than 0 available in the Detroit, Cleveland, and Buf- dBd will not be authorized. Transmissions falo areas in accordance with the rules in shall not exceed two seconds duration. §§ 90.273 through 90.281. (29) [Reserved] (d) Limitation on number of frequencies as- (30) This frequency is not available in the signable. Normally only one frequency below 150–170 MHz band until August 18, 1996. This 450 MHz will be assigned for mobile service frequency will be assigned with an author- operations by a single applicant in a given ized bandwidth not to exceed 11.25 kHz. In area. The assignment of an additional fre- the 450–470 MHz band, secondary telemetry quency will be made only upon a satisfactory operations pursuant to § 90.238(e) will be au- showing of need, except that: thorized on this frequency. (1) Additional frequencies above 25 MHz (31) This frequency is removed by 22.5 kHz may be assigned in connection with the oper- from frequencies assigned to other radio ation of mobile repeaters in accordance with services. Utilization of this frequency may § 90.247, notwithstanding this limitation. result in, as well as be subject to, inter- (2) An additional frequency may be as- ference under certain operating conditions. signed for paging operations from those fre- In considering the use of this frequency, ad- quencies available under § 90.53(b)(4). jacent channel operations should be taken (3) The frequency 155.340 MHz may be as- into consideration. If interference occurs, signed as an additional frequency when it is the licensee may be required to take the nec- designated as a mutual assistance frequency essary steps to resolve the problem. See as provided in § 90.53(b)(10). § 90.173(b). (4) Additional frequencies may be assigned (32) [Reserved] for fixed station operations.

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(5) Frequencies in the 25–50 MHz, 150–170 Subpart D—Industrial Radio MHz, 450–512 MHz and 902–928 MHz bands may be assigned for the operation of Location and Services Monitoring Service (LMS) systems in ac- cordance with the provisions of subpart M of EFFECTIVE DATE NOTE: At 62 FR 18924, Apr. this part, notwithstanding this limitation. 17, 1997, subpart D, consisting of §§ 90.59— 90.81, was removed and reserved, effective (Secs. 4, 303, 307, 48 Stat., as amended, 1066, Oct. 17, 1997. 1082, 1083; 47 U.S.C. 154, 303, 307; secs. 4(i) and 303(r), Communications Act of 1934, as § 90.59 Scope. amended, §§ 0.131 and 0.331 of the Commis- sion’s Rules and 5 U.S.C. 553 (b)(3)(B) and The Industrial Radio Services include (d)(3); 47 U.S.C. 154(i) and 303) the Power, Petroleum, Forest Prod- ucts, Film and Video Production, [43 FR 54791, Nov. 22, 1978] Relay Press, Special Industrial, Busi- EDITORIAL NOTE: For FEDERAL REGISTER ci- ness, Manufacturers, and Telephone tations affecting § 90.53, see the List of CFR Maintenance Radio Services. Rules as Sections Affected in the Finding Aids sec- to eligibility for licensing, specific fre- tion of this volume. quencies available, and any special re- quirements as to each of these radio § 90.55 Paging operations. services are set forth in the following Paging operations may be authorized in sections. this service only on frequencies assigned under the provisions of § 90.53(b)(4), (7), (25) [43 FR 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, as amended at 58 and (26). Paging operations on other fre- FR 31476, June 3, 1993] quencies authorized before August 15, 1974, may be continued only if they do not cause § 90.61 General eligibility. harmful interference to regular operations (a) In addition to the eligibility on the same frequencies. Such paging oper- shown in each Industrial Radio Serv- ations may be renewed indefinitely on a sec- ondary basis to regular operations, except ice, eligibility is also provided for any within 125 kilometers (75 mi.) of the follow- corporation proposing to furnish non- ing urbanized areas: profit radiocommunication service to its parent corporation, to another sub- North lati- West lon- Urbanized area tude gitude sidiary of the same parent, or to its own subsidiary provided the party New York, NY-Northeastern NJ ...... 40±45±06 73±59±39 Los Angeles-Long Beach, CA ...... 34±03±15 118±14±28 served is regularly engaged in any of Chicago, IL ...... 41±52±28 87±38±22 the eligibility activities set forth in Philadelphia, PA-NJ ...... 39±56±58 75±09±21 the particular service involved. This Detroit, MI ...... 42±19±48 83±02±57 corporate eligibility is not subject to San Francisco-Oakland, CA ...... 37±46±39 122±24±40 Boston, MA ...... 42±21±24 71±03±25 the cooperative use provisions of Washington, DC-MD-VA ...... 38±53±51 77±00±33 § 90.179. Cleveland, OH ...... 41±29±51 81±41±50 St. Louis, MO-IL ...... 38±37±45 90±12±22 (b) Eligibility is also provided for a Pittsburgh, PA ...... 40±26±19 80±00±00 nonprofit corporation or association Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN ...... 44±58±57 93±15±43 that is organized for the purpose of fur- Houston, TX ...... 29±45±26 95±21±37 Baltimore, MD ...... 39±17±26 76±36±45 nishing a radio communications serv- Dallas, TX ...... 32±47±09 96±47±37 ice to persons actually engaged in any Milwaukee, WI ...... 43±02±19 87±54±15 of the eligibility activities set forth in Seattle-Everett, WA ...... 47±36±32 122±20±12 the particular service involved. Such Miami, FL ...... 25±46±37 80±11±32 San Diego, CA ...... 32±42±53 117±09±21 use is subject to the cooperative use Atlanta, GA ...... 33±45±10 84±23±37 provisions of § 90.179. Cincinnati, OH-KY ...... 39±06±07 84±30±35 Kansas City, MO-KS ...... 39±04±56 94±35±20 [47 FR 19533, May 6, 1982] 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 § 90.63 Power Radio Service. Tampa-St. Petersburg, FL ...... 27±51±48 82±33±11 (a) Eligibility. Persons primarily en- Phoenix, AZ ...... 33±41±10 111±31±15 gaged in any of the following activities are eligible to hold authorizations in [45 FR 13087, Feb. 28, 1980; 45 FR 43418, June the Power Radio Service to operate 27, 1980, as amended at 50 FR 39678, Sept. 30, radio stations for transmission of com- 1985; 50 FR 40976, Oct. 8, 1985; 58 FR 12181, munications essential to such activi- Mar. 3, 1993] ties of the licensee:

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(1) The generation, transmission, or POWER RADIO SERVICE FREQUENCY TABLE distribution of electrical energy for use Limita- by the general public or by the mem- Frequency or band Class of station(s) tions bers of a cooperative organization. (2) The distribution of manufactured Kilohertz or natural gas by means of pipe line, 2000 to 25,000 ...... Fixed, base or mobile 1 for use by the general public or by the 2292 ...... Base or mobile ...... 1 members of a cooperative organization, 2398 ...... do ...... 1 or, in a combination of that activity 4637.5 ...... do ...... 1 with the production, transmission or Megahertz storage of manufactured or natural gas 37.46 ...... do ...... preparatory to such distribution. 37.48 ...... do ...... (3) The distribution of steam by 37.50 ...... do ...... means of pipeline or, of water by means 37.52 ...... do ...... of pipeline, canal, or open ditch, for use 37.54 ...... do ...... 37.56 ...... do ...... by the general public or by the mem- 37.58 ...... do ...... bers of a cooperative organization, or 37.60 ...... Base, mobile or oper- 2 in a combination of that activity with ational fixed. 37.62 ...... Base or mobile ...... the collection, transmission, storage, 37.64 ...... do ...... or purification of water or the genera- 37.66 ...... do ...... tion of steam preparatory to such dis- 37.68 ...... do ...... tribution. 37.70 ...... do ...... 37.72 ...... do ...... (4) The providing of a supporting 37.74 ...... do ...... service by a corporation directly relat- 37.76 ...... do ...... ed to activities of its parent corpora- 37.78 ...... do ...... 37.80 ...... do ...... tion, of another subsidiary of the same 37.82 ...... do ...... parent, or of its own subsidiary, where 37.84 ...... Operational fixed, base 2 the party served is regularly engaged or mobile. in any of the eligibility activities set 37.86 ...... Base or mobile ...... 47.70 ...... do ...... forth in this section. 47.72 ...... do ...... (b) Special use of service. (1) Radio fa- 47.74 ...... do ...... cilities licensed to an electric power 47.76 ...... do ...... 47.78 ...... do ...... entity, in addition to being used pri- 47.80 ...... do ...... marily for the installation and mainte- 47.82 ...... do ...... nance of the electric power system, 47.84 ...... do ...... may also be used for the installation 47.86 ...... do ...... 47.88 ...... do ...... and maintenance of any other wireline 47.90 ...... do ...... facilities where such facilities employ 47.92 ...... do ...... in whole or in part the same pole line 47.94 ...... do ...... 47.96 ...... do ...... or duct distribution system as that of 47.98 ...... do ...... the electric power entity and where the 48.00 ...... do ...... licensee has the responsibility to main- 48.02 ...... do ...... tain such additional wireline facilities 48.04 ...... do ...... 48.06 ...... do ...... through common ownership or contrac- 48.08 ...... do ...... tual arrangement. 48.10 ...... do ...... (2) Persons licensed under the provi- 48.12 ...... do ...... 48.14 ...... do ...... sions of paragraph (a)(2) of this section 48.16 ...... do ...... may utilize their radio facilities in 48.18 ...... do ...... conjunction with the supplying of liq- 48.20 ...... do ...... uefied petroleum gas to consumers in 48.22 ...... do ...... 48.24 ...... do ...... areas beyond gas distribution pipelines. 48.26 ...... do ...... (c) Frequencies available. The follow- 48.28 ...... do ...... ing table indicates frequencies avail- 48.30 ...... do ...... 48.32 ...... do ...... able for assignment to stations in the 48.34 ...... do ...... Power Radio Service, together with the 48.36 ...... do ...... class of station(s) to which they are 48.38 ...... do ...... normally assigned and the specific as- 48.40 ...... do ...... 48.42 ...... do ...... signment limitations which are ex- 48.44 ...... do ...... plained in paragraph (d) of this section: 48.46 ...... do ......

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Limita- Limita- Frequency or band Class of station(s) tions Frequency or band Class of station(s) tions

48.48 ...... do ...... 154.45625 ...... Fixed or mobile ...... 7, 21, 22, 48.50 ...... do ...... 23 48.52 ...... do ...... 154.46375 ...... do ...... 6, 7, 21 48.54 ...... do ...... 154.47125 ...... do ...... 7, 11, 21, 72.00 to 76.00 ...... Operational fixed ...... 3 22 74.61 ...... Mobile ...... 27 154.47875 ...... do ...... 7, 21, 22, 74.63 ...... do ...... 27 23 74.65 ...... do ...... 27 158.1225 ...... Base or mobile ...... 28 74.67 ...... do ...... 27 158.130 ...... do ...... 74.69 ...... do ...... 27 158.1375 ...... do ...... 24 74.71 ...... do ...... 27 158.145 ...... do ...... 8 74.73 ...... do ...... 27 158.1525 ...... do ...... 8, 24 74.75 ...... do ...... 27 158.160 ...... do ...... 9 74.77 ...... do ...... 27 158.1675 ...... do ...... 9, 24 74.79 ...... do ...... 27 158.175 ...... do ...... 8 75.21 ...... do ...... 27 158.1825 ...... do ...... 8, 24 75.23 ...... do ...... 27 158.190 ...... do ...... 75.25 ...... do ...... 27 158.1975 ...... do ...... 24 75.27 ...... do ...... 27 158.205 ...... do ...... 8, 24 75.29 ...... do ...... 27 158.2125 ...... do ...... 8 75.31 ...... do ...... 27 158.220 ...... do ...... 9, 24 75.33 ...... do ...... 27 158.2275 ...... do ...... 9 75.35 ...... do ...... 27 158.235 ...... do ...... 8, 24 75.37 ...... do ...... 27 158.2425 ...... do ...... 8 75.39 ...... do ...... 27 158.250 ...... do ...... 150 to 170 ...... Base or mobile ...... 29, 31 158.2575 ...... do ...... 24 153.410 ...... do ...... 158.265 ...... do ...... 8 153.4175 ...... do ...... 24 158.2725 ...... do ...... 8, 24 153.425 ...... do ...... 4 169±172 ...... Mobile, operational 10 153.4325 ...... do ...... 4, 24 fixed. 153.440 ...... do ...... 5 173.20375 ...... Fixed or mobile ...... 7, 11, 21, 153.4475 ...... do ...... 5, 24 22 153.455 ...... do ...... 4 173.2100 ...... do ...... 11, 12, 153.4625 ...... do ...... 4, 24 21, 22 153.470 ...... do ...... 173.2375 ...... do ...... 7, 21, 22, 153.4775 ...... do ...... 24 23 153.485 ...... do ...... 4 173.250 ...... Base or mobile ...... 9 153.4925 ...... do ...... 4, 24 173.2625 ...... Fixed or mobile ...... 7, 21, 22, 153.500 ...... do ...... 5 23 153.5075 ...... do ...... 5, 24 173.2875 ...... do ...... 7, 21, 22, 153.515 ...... do ...... 4 23 153.5225 ...... do ...... 4, 24 173.300 ...... Base or mobile ...... 9 153.530 ...... do ...... 173.3125 ...... Fixed or mobile ...... 7, 21, 22, 153.5375 ...... do ...... 24 23 153.545 ...... do ...... 4 173.3375 ...... do ...... 7, 21, 22, 153.5525 ...... do ...... 4, 24 23 153.560 ...... do ...... 5 173.350 ...... Base or mobile ...... 9 153.5675 ...... do ...... 5, 24 173.3625 ...... Fixed or mobile ...... 7, 21, 22, 153.575 ...... do ...... 4 23 153.5825 ...... do ...... 4, 24 173.3900 ...... do ...... 11, 12, 153.590 ...... do ...... 21, 22 153.5975 ...... do ...... 24 173.39625 ...... do ...... 7, 11, 21, 153.605 ...... do ...... 4 22 153.6125 ...... do ...... 4, 24 216±220 ...... Base and mobile ...... 13 153.620 ...... do ...... 5 220±222 ...... Base and mobile ...... 26 153.6275 ...... do ...... 5, 24 406±413 ...... Operational fixed ...... 10 153.635 ...... do ...... 4 450±470 ...... Fixed, base, or mobile 14, 29 153.6425 ...... do ...... 4, 24 451.01875 ...... Base or mobile ...... 28 153.650 ...... do ...... 451.025 ...... do ...... 153.6575 ...... do ...... 24 451.03125 ...... do ...... 28 153.665 ...... do ...... 4 451.03750 ...... do ...... 24 153.6725 ...... do ...... 4, 24 451.04375 ...... do ...... 28 153.680 ...... do ...... 5 451.050 ...... do ...... 153.6875 ...... do ...... 5, 24 451.05625 ...... do ...... 28 153.695 ...... do ...... 451.06250 ...... do ...... 24 153.7025 ...... do ...... 24 451.06875 ...... do ...... 28 153.710 ...... do ...... 451.075 ...... do ...... 153.7175 ...... do ...... 24 451.08125 ...... do ...... 28 153.725 ...... do ...... 451.08750 ...... do ...... 24 153.7325 ...... do ...... 24 451.09375 ...... do ...... 28

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Limita- Limita- Frequency or band Class of station(s) tions Frequency or band Class of station(s) tions

451.100 ...... do ...... 456.03750 ...... do ...... 24 451.10625 ...... do ...... 28 456.04375 ...... do ...... 28 451.11250 ...... do ...... 24 456.050 ...... do ...... 451.11875 ...... do ...... 28 456.05625 ...... do ...... 28 451.125 ...... do ...... 456.06250 ...... do ...... 24 451.13125 ...... do ...... 28 456.06875 ...... do ...... 28 451.13750 ...... do ...... 24 456.075 ...... do ...... 451.14375 ...... do ...... 28 456.08125 ...... do ...... 28 451.150 ...... do ...... 456.08750 ...... do ...... 24 451.15625 ...... do ...... 28 456.09375 ...... do ...... 28 451.16250 ...... do ...... 24 456.100 ...... do ...... 451.16875 ...... do ...... 28 456.10625 ...... do ...... 28 451.175 ...... do ...... 15 456.11250 ...... do ...... 24 451.18125 ...... do ...... 15, 28 456.11875 ...... do ...... 28 451.18750 ...... do ...... 15, 24 456.125 ...... do ...... 451.19375 ...... do ...... 15, 28 456.13125 ...... do ...... 28 451.200 ...... do ...... 456.13750 ...... do ...... 24 451.20625 ...... do ...... 28 456.14375 ...... do ...... 28 451.21250 ...... do ...... 24 456.150 ...... do ...... 451.21875 ...... do ...... 28 456.15625 ...... do ...... 28 451.225 ...... do ...... 15 456.16250 ...... do ...... 24 451.23125 ...... do ...... 15, 28 456.16875 ...... do ...... 28 451.23750 ...... do ...... 15, 24 456.175 ...... do ...... 15 451.24375 ...... do ...... 15, 28 456.18125 ...... do ...... 15, 28 451.250 ...... do ...... 456.18750 ...... do ...... 15, 24 451.25625 ...... do ...... 28 456.19375 ...... do ...... 15, 28 451.26250 ...... do ...... 24 456.200 ...... do ...... 451.26875 ...... do ...... 28 456.20625 ...... do ...... 28 451.275 ...... do ...... 15 456.21250 ...... do ...... 24 451.28125 ...... do ...... 15, 28 456.21875 ...... do ...... 28 451.28750 ...... do ...... 15, 24 456.225 ...... do ...... 15 451.29375 ...... do ...... 15, 28 456.23125 ...... do ...... 15, 28 451.3625 ...... Mobile ...... 30 456.23750 ...... do ...... 15, 24 451.375 ...... Base and mobile ...... 15 456.24375 ...... do ...... 15, 28 451.38125 ...... do ...... 28 456.250 ...... do ...... 451.38750 ...... do ...... 24 456.25625 ...... do ...... 28 451.39375 ...... do ...... 28 456.26250 ...... do ...... 24 451.4125 ...... Mobile ...... 30 456.26875 ...... do ...... 28 451.425 ...... Base or mobile ...... 15 456.275 ...... do ...... 15 451.431251 ...... do ...... 15, 28 456.28125 ...... do ...... 15, 28 451.43750 ...... do ...... 15, 24 456.28750 ...... do ...... 15, 24 451.44375 ...... do ...... 15, 28 456.29375 ...... do ...... 15, 28 451.4625 ...... Mobile ...... 30 456.3625 ...... Mobile ...... 30 451.475 ...... Base or mobile ...... 15 456.375 ...... do ...... 15 451.48125 ...... do ...... 28 456.38125 ...... do ...... 15, 28 451.48750 ...... do ...... 24 456.38750 ...... do ...... 15, 24 451.49375 ...... do ...... 28 456.39375 ...... do ...... 15, 28 451.5125 ...... Mobile ...... 30 456.4125 ...... do ...... 30 451.525 ...... Base or mobile ...... 15 456.425 ...... do ...... 15 451.53125 ...... do ...... 15, 28 456.43125 ...... do ...... 15, 28 451.53750 ...... do ...... 15, 24 456.43750 ...... do ...... 15, 24 451.54375 ...... do ...... 15, 28 456.44375 ...... do ...... 15, 28 451.5625 ...... Mobile ...... 30 456.4625 ...... do ...... 30 451.575 ...... Base or mobile ...... 15 456.475 ...... do ...... 15 451.58125 ...... do ...... 15, 28 456.48125 ...... do ...... 15, 28 451.58750 ...... do ...... 15, 24 456.48750 ...... do ...... 15, 24 451.59375 ...... do ...... 15, 28 456.49375 ...... do ...... 15, 28 451.6125 ...... Mobile ...... 30 456.5125 ...... do ...... 30 451.625 ...... Base or mobile ...... 15 456.525 ...... do ...... 15 451.63125 ...... do ...... 15, 28 456.53125 ...... do ...... 15, 28 451.63750 ...... do ...... 15, 24 456.53750 ...... do ...... 15, 24 451.64375 ...... do ...... 15, 28 456.54375 ...... do ...... 15, 28 451.6625 ...... Mobile ...... 30 456.5625 ...... do ...... 30 451.675 ...... Base or mobile ...... 15 456.575 ...... do ...... 15 451.68125 ...... do ...... 15, 28 456.58125 ...... do ...... 15, 28 451.68750 ...... do ...... 15, 24 456.58750 ...... do ...... 15, 24 451.69375 ...... do ...... 15, 28 456.59375 ...... do ...... 15, 28 456.01875 ...... do ...... 28 456.6125 ...... do ...... 30 456.025 ...... Mobile ...... 456.625 ...... do ...... 15 456.03125 ...... do ...... 28 456.63125 ...... do ...... 15, 28

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POWER RADIO SERVICE FREQUENCY TABLEÐ electric power distribution networks, Continued or the repair of pipelines. (2) This frequency may be assigned Limita- Frequency or band Class of station(s) tions only to stations operating in an inter- connected or coordinated utility sys- 456.63750 ...... do ...... 15, 24 tem in accordance with an operational 456.64375 ...... do ...... 15, 28 456.6625 ...... do ...... 30 communications plan which sets forth 456.675 ...... do ...... 15 all points of communications. Author- 456.68125 ...... do ...... 15, 28 izations at variance with an estab- 456.68750 ...... do ...... 15, 24 456.69375 ...... do ...... 15, 28 lished operational communications 462.4625 ...... do ...... 30 plan will be made only on a secondary 462.475 ...... Base or mobile ...... 15 basis. 462.48125 ...... do ...... 15, 28 462.48750 ...... do ...... 15, 24 (3) The frequencies available for use 462.49375 ...... do ...... 15, 28 at operational fixed stations in the 462.5125 ...... Mobile ...... 30 band 72–76 MHz are listed in 462.525 ...... Base or mobile ...... 15 462.53125 ...... do ...... 15, 28 § 90.257(a)(1). These frequencies are 467.4625 ...... Mobile ...... 30 shared with other services and are 467.475 ...... do ...... 15 available only in accordance with the 467.48125 ...... do ...... 15, 28 467.48750 ...... do ...... 15, 24 provisions of § 90.257. 467.49375 ...... do ...... 15, 28 (4) This frequency is shared with the 467.5125 ...... do ...... 30 Forest Products and Petroleum Radio 467.525 ...... do ...... 15 Services in the States of Arkansas, 467.53125 ...... do ...... 15, 28 470 to 512 ...... Base or mobile ...... 16 Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Texas. 806 to 821 ...... Mobile ...... 17 (5) This frequency is not available for 851 to 866 ...... Base or mobile ...... 17 assignment in this service in the 896 to 901 ...... Mobile ...... 17 928 and above ...... Operational fixed ...... 18 States of Arkansas, Louisiana, Okla- 929±930 ...... Base only ...... 25 homa, and Texas. In these States, this 935 to 940 ...... Base or mobile ...... 17 frequency is available to the Petro- 1427 to 1435 ...... Base, mobile or oper- 13 ational fixed. leum and Forest Products Radio Serv- 2450 to 2500 ...... Base or mobile ...... 19 ices. 8400 to 8500 ...... do ...... 20 (6) This frequency is available for as- 10,550 to 10,680* ...... do ...... signment to multiple address fixed sta- *The frequencies in the band 10.55±10.68 GHz are avail- able for Digital Termination Systems and for associated tions employing omnidirectional an- internodal links in the Point-to-Point Microwave Radio Service. tennas used for Power Utility peak No new licenses will be issued under this subpart but current licenses will be renewed. load shaving and shedding and to mo- bile stations used for the remote con- (d) Explanation of assignment limita- trol of objects and devices. The maxi- tions appearing in the frequency tab- mum power that may be authorized to ulation of paragraph (c) of this section: fixed stations is 300 watts output, and (1) Only utilities and power pools en- the maximum power that may be au- gaged in the distribution of electric thorized for mobile stations is 1 watt power, or the distribution of by pipe- output. This frequency may also be as- line of fuels or water are eligible to use signed to operational fixed stations this spectrum, and then only in accord- employing directional antenna systems ance with § 90.266. Except as provided in (front-to-back ratio of 20 dB) when this part, licensees may not use these such stations are located at least 120 frequencies in the place of other oper- km. (75 mi.) from the boundaries of any ational circuits permitted by the Com- urbanized area of 200,000 or more popu- mission’s Rules. Circuits operating on lation. (U.S Census of Population, these frequencies may be used only for 1960). The maximum power output of the following purposes: the transmitter for such fixed stations (i) Providing backup standby commu- may not exceed 50 watts. A1A, A1D, nications for circuits which have been A2B, A2D, F1B, F1D, F2B, F2D, G1B, disrupted and which are used for co- G1D, G2B, or G2D emission may be au- ordinating inter-utility, intra-utility, thorized. and power pool distribution of electric (7) For FM transmitters the sum of power; or, the highest modulating frequency and (ii) Coordinating the repair of inter- the amount of frequency deviation may utility, intra-utility, and power pool not exceed 2.8 kHz and the maximum

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frequency deviation may not exceed 2.5 (16) Subpart L contains rules for as- kHz. For AM transmitters the highest signment of frequencies in the 470–512 modulating frequency may not exceed MHz band. 2.0 kHz. The carrier frequency must be (17) Subpart S contains rules for as- maintained within 0.0005 percent, and signment of frequencies in the 806–821/ the authorized bandwidth may not ex- 851–866 and 896–901/935–940 MHz bands. ceed 6 kHz. (18) Assignment of frequencies above (8) This frequency is shared with For- 928 MHz for operational-fixed stations est Products and Petroleum Radio is governed by part 94 of this chapter. Services in the States of Arkansas, (19) Available only on a shared basis Louisiana, Oklahoma, Oregon, Texas, with stations in other services, and and Washington. subject to no protection from inter- (9) This frequency is not available for ference due to the operation of indus- assignment in this service in the trial, scientific, or medical (ISM) de- States of Arkansas, Louisiana, Okla- vices. In the 2483.5–2500 MHz band, no homa, Oregon, Texas, and Washington. applications for new or modification to In these States this frequency is avail- existing stations to increase the num- able only in the Petroleum and Forest ber of transmitters will be accepted. Products Radio Services. Existing licensees as of July 25, 1985, or (10) Frequencies in this band will be on a subsequent date following as a re- sult of submitting an application for li- assigned only for transmitting cense on or before July 25, 1985, are hydrological or meteorological data or grandfathered and their operation is for low power wireless microphones in co-primary with the Radiodetermin- accordance with the provisions of ation Satellite Service. § 90.265. (20) Use of frequencies in this band is (11) The maximum output power of limited to developmental operation the transmitter may not exceed 50 and is subject to the provisions of sub- watts for fixed stations and 1 watt for part Q. mobiles. A1A, A1D, A2B, A2D, F1B, (21) This frequency is available on a F1D, F2B, F2D, G1B, G1D, G2B, or G2D shared basis with the Local Govern- emission may be authorized. ment, Petroleum, Forest Products, (12) For FM transmitters the sum of Special Industrial, Business and Manu- the highest modulating frequency and facturers Radio Services for remote the amount of frequency deviation may control and telemetry operations. not exceed 1.7 kHz and the maximum (22) Operational fixed stations must deviation may not exceed 1.2 kHz. For employ directional antennas having a AM transmitters the highest modulat- front-to-back ratio of at least 20 dB. ing frequency may not exceed 1.2 kHz. Omnidirectional antennas having unity The carrier frequency must be main- gain may be employed for stations tained within 0.0005 percent and the au- communicating with at least three re- thorized bandwidth may not exceed 3 ceiving locations separated by 160° of kHz. azimuth. (13) This band is available to stations (23) The maximum effective radiated operating in this service subject to the power (ERP) may not exceed 20 watts provisions of § 90.259. for fixed stations and 2 watts for mo- (14) The requirements for secondary bile stations. The height of the an- fixed use of frequencies in this band are tenna system may not exceed 15.24 me- set forth in § 90.261. ters (50 ft.) above the ground. All such (15) This frequency is available on a operation is on a secondary basis to ad- shared basis in the Power, Petroleum, jacent channel land mobile operations. Forest Products, Manufacturers, and (24) This frequency is not available in Telephone Maintenance Radio Serv- the 150–170 MHz band until August 18, ices. It may be assigned only when all 1996. This frequency will be assigned of the frequencies in the 450–470 MHz with an authorized bandwidth not to band allocated to the service in which exceed 11.25 kHz. In the 450–470 MHz the applicant is primarily eligible are band, secondary telemetry operations assigned within 56 km. (35 mi) of the pursuant to § 90.238(e) will be author- proposed base station. ized on this frequency.

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(25) Frequencies in this band are natural gas directly to consumers and available only for one-way paging oper- who have a substantial requirement for ations in accordance with § 90.494. mobile service communication with a (26) Subpart T contains rules for as- gas supplier may be authorized to oper- signment of frequencies in the 220–222 ate on the Petroleum Radio Service MHz band. frequency or frequencies assigned to (27) This frequency is available on a the supplier. However, such operation shared basis with the Petroleum, Busi- shall be limited to communications in ness, Manufacturers, and Railroad a local area common to both parties, Radio Services and interservice coordi- and shall relate only to gas supply and nation is required. All communications distribution activities. The application on this frequency must be conducted of any person seeking a frequency as- within the boundaries or confines of a signment under the provisions of this power plant, factory, liquified natural paragraph shall be accompanied by a gas facility, shipyard, mine, sub- written statement from the natural gas station, pumping station, or operations supplier which concurs in the need for control room. Operations on this fre- such intercommunication and consents quency are subject to the provisions of to the use by the natural gas distribu- § 90.257(b). Pulsed modulations will not tor of the frequency or frequencies in- be authorized. volved. (28) This frequency is not available (5) Frequencies in the 421–430 MHz until August 18, 1996. After August 18, band are available in the Detroit, 1996 this frequency will be assigned Cleveland, and Buffalo areas in accord- with an authorized bandwidth not to ance with the rules in §§ 90.273 through exceed 6 kHz. 90.281. (29) Assignment of frequencies in this (f) Limitation on number of frequencies band are subject to the provisions of assignable. Normally only one fre- § 90.173. quency, or pair of frequencies in the (30) This frequency is available for paired frequency mode of operation, systems first licensed prior to August will be assigned for mobile service op- 18, 1995. No new systems will be author- erations by a single applicant in a ized after August 18, 1995, but prior au- given area. The assignment of an addi- thorized systems may be modified, ex- tional frequency or pair of frequencies panded, and renewed. will be made only upon a satisfactory (31) Licensees as of August 18, 1995 showing of need, except that: who operate systems that are 2.5 kHz (1) Additional frequencies above 25 removed from regularly assignable fre- MHz may be assigned in connection quencies may continue to operate on a with operation of mobile repeaters in secondary, non-interference basis after accordance with § 90.247 notwithstand- August 1, 2003. ing this limitation. (e) Additional frequencies available. In (2) Frequencies in the ranges 30.56– addition to the frequencies shown in 30.57 MHz, 35.00–35.01 MHz, 35.99–36.00 the frequency table of this section, the MHz, and 37.00–37.01 MHz are available following frequencies are available in for developmental operation by appli- this service. (See also § 90.253.) cants in this service subject to the pro- (1) Frequencies may be substituted visions of subpart Q, notwithstanding for those available below 25 MHz in ac- this limitation. cordance with the provisions of § 90.263. (3) Frequencies in the 25–50 MHz, 150– (2) [Reserved] 170 MHz, 450–512 MHz and 902–928 MHz (3) Frequencies in the band 73.0–74.6 bands may be assigned for the oper- MHz may be assigned to stations au- ation of Location and Monitoring Serv- thorized their use on or before Decem- ice (LMS) systems in accordance with ber 1, 1961, but no new stations will be the provisions of subpart M of this authorized in this band, nor will expan- part, notwithstanding this limitation. sion of existing systems be permitted. (g) The frequencies 10–490 kHz are (See also § 90.257.) used to operate electric utility Power (4) Persons eligible under the provi- Line Carrier (PLC) systems on power sions of paragraph (a)(2) of this section transmission lines for communications who are engaged in the distribution of essential to the reliability and security

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of electric service to the public, in ac- the Petroleum Radio Service to oper- cordance with part 15 of this chapter. ate radio stations for transmissions of Any electric utility fulfilling require- communications essential to such ac- ments in paragraph (a)(1) of this sec- tivities of the licensee: However, per- tion may operate PLC systems and sons engaged solely in the containment shall supply to a Federal Communica- or cleanup of oil spills will only be as- tions Commission/National Tele- signed those frequencies designated by communications and Information Ad- limitations (6) or (9) in this section. ministration recognized industry-oper- (b) Frequencies available. The follow- ated entity, information on all exist- ing table indicates frequencies avail- ing, changes to existing, and proposed able for assignment to stations in the systems for inclusion in a data base. Petroleum Radio Service, together Such information shall include the fre- with the class of station(s) to which quency, power, location of transmit- they are normally assigned and the ter(s), location of receivers and other specific assignment limitations which technical and operational parameters, are explained in paragraph (c) of this which would characterize the system’s section: potential both to interfere with au- thorized radio users, and to receive PETROLEUM RADIO SERVICE FREQUENCY TABLE harmful interference from these users. Limita- In an agreed upon format, the indus- Frequency or band Class of station(s) tions try-operated entity shall inform the National Telecommunications and In- Kilohertz formation Administration and the 1614 ...... Base or mobile ...... 1, 2, 3, 4 Commission of these system character- 1628 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 3, 4 istics prior to implementation of any 1652 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 3, 4 proposed PLC system and shall provide 1676 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 3, 4 1700 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 3, 4 monthly or periodic lists with supple- 2000 to 25,000 ...... Fixed, base or mobile 1 ments of PLC systems. The Federal 2292 ...... Base or mobile ...... 1, 2, 4, 5 Communications Commission and Na- 2398 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 4, 5 tional Telecommunications and Infor- 4637.5 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 4, 5 mation Administration will supply ap- Megahertz propriate application and licensing in- formation to the notification activity 25.02 ...... do ...... 3, 4 25.04 ...... do ...... 6 regarding authorized radio stations op- 25.06 ...... do ...... 3, 4 erating in the band. PLC systems in 25.08 ...... do ...... 6, 7 this band operate on a noninterference 25.10 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 7 basis to radio systems assigned fre- 25.12 ...... do ...... 25.14 ...... do ...... 3, 4 quencies by the NTIA or licensed by 25.16 ...... do ...... the FCC and are not protected from in- 25.18 ...... do ...... 3, 4 terference due to these radio oper- 25.20 ...... do ...... 25.22 ...... do ...... 4, 5 ations. 25.24 ...... do ...... (Secs. 4(i) and 303(r), Communications Act of 25.26 ...... do ...... 4, 5 25.28 ...... do ...... 1934, as amended, §§ 0.131 and 0.331 of the 25.30 ...... do ...... 4, 5 Commission’s Rules and 5 U.S.C. 553 (b)(3)(B) 25.32 ...... do ...... and (d)(3); 47 U.S.C. 154(i) and 303) 30.66 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 8 30.70 ...... do ...... 4, 5 [43 FR 54791, Nov. 22, 1978] 30.74 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 8 EDITORIAL NOTE: For FEDERAL REGISTER ci- 30.78 ...... do ...... 4, 5 tations affecting § 90.63, see the List of CFR 30.82 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 8 Sections Affected in the Finding Aids sec- 31.32 ...... do ...... 37 31.40 ...... do ...... 37 tion of this volume. 31.44 ...... do ...... 37 31.48 ...... do ...... 37 § 90.65 Petroleum Radio Service. 31.52 ...... do ...... 37 31.60 ...... do ...... 37 (a) Eligibility. Persons primarily en- 31.64 ...... do ...... 37 gaged in prospecting for, producing, 31.72 ...... do ...... 37 collecting, refining, or transporting by 31.76 ...... do ...... 37 means of pipeline, petroleum or petro- 33.18 ...... do ...... 33.20 ...... do ...... leum products (including natural gas) 33.22 ...... do ...... are eligible to hold authorizations in 33.24 ...... do ......

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33.26 ...... do ...... 75.23 ...... do ...... 43 33.28 ...... do ...... 75.25 ...... do ...... 43 33.30 ...... do ...... 75.27 ...... do ...... 43 33.32 ...... do ...... 75.29 ...... do ...... 43 33.34 ...... do ...... 75.31 ...... do ...... 43 33.36 ...... do ...... 75.33 ...... do ...... 43 33.38 ...... do ...... 75.35 ...... do ...... 43 35.48 ...... do ...... 37 75.37 ...... do ...... 43 36.25 ...... do ...... 9 75.39 ...... do ...... 43 41.71 ...... do ...... 9 150 to 170 ...... Base or mobile ...... 45, 48 48.56 ...... do ...... 10 150.980 ...... do ...... 6 48.58 ...... do ...... 10 150.9875 ...... do ...... 6, 41 48.60 ...... do ...... 10 153.035 ...... do ...... 12 48.62 ...... do ...... 10 153.0425 ...... do ...... 12, 41 48.64 ...... do ...... 10 153.050 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 13, 48.66 ...... do ...... 10 38, 40 48.68 ...... do ...... 10 153.0575 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 13, 48.70 ...... do ...... 10 38, 40, 48.72 ...... do ...... 10 41 48.74 ...... do ...... 10 153.0650 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 13, 48.76 ...... do ...... 10, 44 38, 40 48.78 ...... do ...... 10 153.065 ...... do ...... 13 48.80 ...... do ...... 10 153.0725 ...... do ...... 13, 41 48.82 ...... do ...... 10 153.080 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 13 48.84 ...... do ...... 10, 44 153.0875 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 13, 48.86 ...... do ...... 10, 44 41 48.88 ...... do ...... 10 153.095 ...... do ...... 13 48.90 ...... do ...... 10 153.1025 ...... do ...... 13, 14 48.92 ...... do ...... 10, 44 153.110 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 13 48.94 ...... do ...... 10 153.1175 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 13, 48.96 ...... do ...... 10 41 48.98 ...... do ...... 10 153.125 ...... do ...... 13, 38, 49.00 ...... do ...... 10 40 49.02 ...... do ...... 10, 44 153.1325 ...... do ...... 13, 38, 49.04 ...... do ...... 10 40, 41 49.06 ...... do ...... 10 153.140 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 13 49.08 ...... do ...... 10, 44 153.1475 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 13, 49.10 ...... do ...... 10, 44 41 49.12 ...... do ...... 10 153.155 ...... do ...... 13 49.14 ...... do ...... 10 153.1625 ...... do ...... 13, 41 49.16 ...... do ...... 10, 44 153.170 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 13 49.18 ...... do ...... 10 153.1775 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 13, 49.20 ...... do ...... 10, 44 41 49.22 ...... do ...... 10 153.185 ...... do ...... 13 153.1925 ...... do ...... 13, 41 49.24 ...... do ...... 10, 44 153.200 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 13 49.26 ...... do ...... 10 153.2075 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 13, 49.28 ...... do ...... 10, 44 41 49.30 ...... do ...... 10 153.215 ...... do ...... 13 49.32 ...... do ...... 10 153.2225 ...... do ...... 13, 41 49.34 ...... do ...... 10 153.230 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 13 49.36 ...... do ...... 10, 44 153.2375 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 13, 49.38 ...... do ...... 10 41 49.40 ...... do ...... 10, 44 153.245 ...... do ...... 13 49.42 ...... do ...... 10 153.2525 ...... do ...... 13, 41 49.44 ...... do ...... 10 153.260 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 13 49.46 ...... do ...... 10,44 153.2675 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 13, 49.48 ...... do ...... 10 41 49.50 ...... do ...... 10,44 153.275 ...... do ...... 13 72.00 to 76.00 ...... Operational fixed ...... 11 153.2825 ...... do ...... 13, 41 74.61 ...... Mobile ...... 43 153.290 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 13 74.63 ...... do ...... 43 153.2975 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 13, 74.65 ...... do ...... 43 41 74.67 ...... do ...... 43 153.305 ...... do ...... 13 74.69 ...... do ...... 43 153.3125 ...... do ...... 13, 41 74.71 ...... do ...... 43 153.320 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 13 74.73 ...... do ...... 43 153.3275 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 13, 74.75 ...... do ...... 43 41 74.77 ...... do ...... 43 153.335 ...... do ...... 13, 38 74.79 ...... do ...... 43 153.3425 ...... do ...... 13, 38, 75.21 ...... do ...... 43 41

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153.350 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 13, 158.265 ...... do ...... 20 38 158.2725 ...... do ...... 20, 41 153.3575 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 13, 158.280 ...... do ...... 13 38, 41 158.2875 ...... do ...... 13, 41 153.365 ...... do ...... 13, 38 158.295 ...... do ...... 13 153.3725 ...... do ...... 13, 38, 158.3025 ...... do ...... 13, 41 41 158.310 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 13 153.380 ...... do ...... 13, 38 158.3175 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 13, 153.3875 ...... do ...... 13, 38, 41 41 158.325 ...... do ...... 13, 38, 153.395 ...... do ...... 13, 38 40 153.4025 ...... do ...... 13, 38, 158.3325 ...... do ...... 13, 38, 41 40, 41 153.425 ...... do ...... 14 158.355 ...... do ...... 10, 39 153.4325 ...... do ...... 14, 41 158.3625 ...... do ...... 10, 39, 153.440 ...... do ...... 10, 15 41 153.4475 ...... do ...... 10, 15, 158.370 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 10 41 158.3775 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 10, 153.455 ...... do ...... 14 41 153.4625 ...... do ...... 14, 41 158.415 ...... do ...... 13, 38, 153.485 ...... do ...... 14 40 153.4925 ...... do ...... 14, 41 158.4225 ...... do ...... 13, 38, 153.500 ...... do ...... 10, 15 40, 41 153.5075 ...... do ...... 10, 15, 158.430 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 13 41 158.4375 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 13, 153.515 ...... do ...... 14 41 153.5225 ...... do ...... 14, 41 158.445 ...... Mobile ...... 6, 22 153.545 ...... do ...... 14 159.480 ...... Based or mobile ...... 6 153.5525 ...... do ...... 14, 41 159.4875 ...... do ...... 6, 41 153.560 ...... do ...... 10, 15 169±172 ...... Mobile, operational 23 153.5675 ...... do ...... 10, 15, fixed. 41 173.20375 ...... Fixed or mobile ...... 16, 18, 153.575 ...... do ...... 14 24, 35 153.5825 ...... do ...... 14, 41 173.2100 ...... do ...... 16, 24, 153.605 ...... do ...... 14 25, 35 153.6125 ...... do ...... 14, 41 173.2375 ...... do ...... 16, 18, 153.620 ...... do ...... 10, 15 24, 34 153.6275 ...... do ...... 10, 15, 173.250 ...... Base or mobile ...... 10, 21 41 173.2625 ...... Fixed or mobile ...... 16, 18, 153.635 ...... do ...... 14 24, 34 153.6425 ...... do ...... 14, 41 173.2875 ...... do ...... 16, 18, 153.665 ...... do ...... 14 24, 34 153.6725 ...... do ...... 14, 41 173.300 ...... Base or mobile ...... 10, 21 153.680 ...... do ...... 10, 15 173.3125 ...... Fixed or mobile ...... 16, 18, 153.6875 ...... do ...... 10, 15, 24, 34 41 173.3375 ...... do ...... 16, 18, 154.45625 ...... Fixed or mobile ...... 16, 18, 24, 34 24, 34 173.350 ...... Base or mobile ...... 10, 21 154.46375 ...... do ...... 16, 18, 173.3625 ...... Fixed or mobile ...... 16, 18, 24, 35, 24, 34 36 173.3900 ...... do ...... 16, 24, 154.47125 ...... do ...... 16, 18, 25, 35 24, 35 173.39625 ...... do ...... 16, 18, 154.47875 ...... do ...... 16, 18, 24, 35 24, 34 216±220 ...... Base or mobile ...... 26 154.585 ...... Mobile ...... 6, 19 220±222 ...... Base or mobile ...... 17 158.145 ...... Base or mobile ...... 20 406±413 ...... Operational fixed ...... 23 158.1525 ...... do ...... 20, 41 450±470 ...... Fixed, base, or mobile 27, 45 158.160 ...... do ...... 10, 21 451.1625 ...... Mobile ...... 46 158.1675 ...... do ...... 10, 21, 451.175 ...... Base or mobile ...... 28 41 451.18125 ...... do ...... 28, 47 158.175 ...... do ...... 20 451.18750 ...... do ...... 28, 41 158.1825 ...... do ...... 20, 41 451.19375 ...... do ...... 28, 47 158.205 ...... do ...... 20 451.2125 ...... Mobile ...... 46 158.2125 ...... do ...... 20, 41 451.225 ...... Base or mobile ...... 28 158.220 ...... do ...... 10,21 451.23125 ...... do ...... 28, 47 158.2275 ...... do ...... 20, 21, 451.23750 ...... do ...... 28, 41 41 451.24375 ...... do ...... 28, 47 158.235 ...... do ...... 20 451.2625 ...... Mobile ...... 46 158.2425 ...... do ...... 20, 41 451.275 ...... Base or mobile ...... 28

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451.28125 ...... do ...... 28, 47 454.000 ...... do ...... 6 451.28750 ...... do ...... 28, 41 456.1625 ...... Mobile ...... 46 451.29375 ...... do ...... 28, 47 456.175 ...... do ...... 28 451.3625 ...... Mobile ...... 46 456.18125 ...... do ...... 28, 47 451.375 ...... Base or mobile ...... 28 456.18750 ...... do ...... 28, 41 451.38125 ...... do ...... 28, 47 456.19375 ...... do ...... 28, 47 451.38750 ...... do ...... 28, 41 456.2125 ...... do ...... 46 451.39375 ...... do ...... 28, 47 456.225 ...... do ...... 28 451.4125 ...... Mobile ...... 46 456.23125 ...... do ...... 28, 47 451.425 ...... Base or mobile ...... 28 456.23750 ...... do ...... 28, 41 451.43125 ...... do ...... 28, 47 456.24375 ...... do ...... 28, 47 451.43750 ...... do ...... 28, 41 456.2625 ...... do ...... 46 451.44375 ...... do ...... 28, 47 456.275 ...... do ...... 28 451.4625 ...... Mobile ...... 46 456.28125 ...... do ...... 28, 47 451.475 ...... Base or mobile ...... 28 456.28750 ...... do ...... 28, 41 451.48125 ...... do ...... 28, 47 456.29375 ...... do ...... 28, 47 451.48750 ...... do ...... 28, 41 456.3625 ...... do ...... 46 451.49375 ...... do ...... 28, 47 456.375 ...... do ...... 28 451.5125 ...... Mobile ...... 46 456.38125 ...... do ...... 28, 47 451.525 ...... Base or mobile ...... 28 456.38750 ...... do ...... 28, 41 451.53125 ...... do ...... 28, 47 456.39375 ...... do ...... 28, 47 451.53750 ...... do ...... 28, 41 456.4125 ...... do ...... 46 451.54375 ...... do ...... 28, 47 456.425 ...... do ...... 28 451.550 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 10 456.43125 ...... do ...... 28, 47 451.55625 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 10, 456.43750 ...... do ...... 28, 41 47 456.44375 ...... do ...... 28, 47 451.56250 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 10, 456.4625 ...... do ...... 46 41 456.475 ...... do ...... 28 451.56875 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 10, 456.48125 ...... do ...... 28, 47 47 456.48750 ...... do ...... 28, 41 451.575 ...... do ...... 28 456.49375 ...... do ...... 28, 47 451.58125 ...... do ...... 28, 47 456.5125 ...... do ...... 46 451.58750 ...... do ...... 28, 41 456.525 ...... do ...... 28 451.59375 ...... do ...... 28, 47 456.53125 ...... do ...... 28, 47 451.600 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 10 456.53750 ...... do ...... 28, 41 451.60625 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 10, 456.54375 ...... do ...... 28, 47 47 456.550 ...... do ...... 10 451.61250 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 10, 456.55625 ...... do ...... 10, 47 41 456.56250 ...... do ...... 10, 41 451.61875 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 10, 456.56875 ...... do ...... 10, 47 47 456.575 ...... do ...... 28 451.625 ...... do ...... 28 456.58125 ...... do ...... 28, 47 451.63125 ...... do ...... 28, 47 456.58750 ...... do ...... 28, 41 451.63750 ...... do ...... 28, 41 456.59375 ...... do ...... 28, 47 451.64375 ...... do ...... 28, 47 451.650 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 10 456.600 ...... do ...... 10 451.65625 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 10, 456.60625 ...... do ...... 10, 47 47 456.61250 ...... do ...... 10, 41 451.66250 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 10, 456.61875 ...... do ...... 10, 47 41 456.625 ...... do ...... 28 451.66875 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 10, 456.63125 ...... do ...... 28, 47 47 456.63750 ...... do ...... 28, 41 451.675 ...... do ...... 28 456.64375 ...... do ...... 28, 47 451.68125 ...... do ...... 28, 47 456.650 ...... do ...... 10 451.68750 ...... do ...... 28, 41 456.65625 ...... do ...... 10, 47 451.69375 ...... do ...... 28, 47 456.66250 ...... do ...... 10, 41 451.700 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 10 456.66875 ...... do ...... 10, 47 451.70625 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 10, 456.675 ...... do ...... 28 47 456.68125 ...... do ...... 28, 47 451.71250 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 10, 456.68750 ...... do ...... 28, 41 41 456.69375 ...... do ...... 28, 47 451.71875 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 10, 456.700 ...... do ...... 10 47 456.70625 ...... do ...... 10, 47 451.7375 ...... Mobile ...... 46 456.71250 ...... do ...... 10, 41 451.750 ...... Base or mobile ...... 4, 5, 10 456.71875 ...... do ...... 10, 47 451.75625 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 10, 456.7375 ...... do ...... 46 47 456.750 ...... do ...... 10 451.76250 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 10, 456.75625 ...... do ...... 10, 47 41 456.76250 ...... do ...... 10, 41 451.76875 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 10, 456.76875 ...... do ...... 10, 47 47 459.000 ...... Base or mobile ...... 6

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PETROLEUM RADIO SERVICE FREQUENCY other than indicating failure of equip- TABLEÐContinued ment or abnormal conditions on this frequency. All such tone or impulse Limita- Frequency or band Class of station(s) tions signaling shall be on a secondary basis and subject to the following limita- 462.4625 ...... Mobile ...... 46 tions: 462.475 ...... Base or mobile ...... 28 462.48125 ...... do ...... 28, 47 (i) Maximum duration of a single 462.48750 ...... do ...... 28, 41 nonvoice transmission, may not exceed 462.49375 ...... do ...... 28, 47 3 minutes. 462.5125 ...... Mobile ...... 46 462.53125 ...... do ...... 28, 47 (ii) The bandwidth utilized for sec- 467.4625 ...... Mobile ...... 46 ondary tone or impulse signaling shall 467.475 ...... do ...... 28, 41 not exceed that authorized to the li- 467.48125 ...... do ...... 28, 47 467.48750 ...... do ...... 28 censee for voice emission on the fre- 467.49375 ...... do ...... 28, 47 quency concerned. 467.5125 ...... do ...... 46 467.525 ...... do ...... 28, 41 (iii) Frequency loading resulting 467.53125 ...... do ...... 28, 47 from the use of secondary tone or im- 470 to 512 ...... Base or mobile ...... 29 pulse signaling will not be considered 806±821 ...... Mobile only ...... 30 in whole or in part, as a justification 851±866 ...... Base or mobile ...... 30 896 to 901 ...... Mobile ...... 30 for authorizing additional frequencies 928 and above ...... Operational fixed ...... 31 in the licensee’s mobile service system. 929±930 ...... Base only ...... 42 935 to 940 ...... Base or mobile ...... 30 (iv) The maximum transmitter out- 1427 to 1435 ...... Operational fixed, base 26 put power for tone or impulse trans- or mobile. missions shall not exceed 50 watts. 2450 to 2500 ...... Base or mobile ...... 32 8400 to 8500 ...... do ...... 33 (5) This frequency is available for as- 10,550 to 10,680* ...... do ...... signment to geophysical stations on a * The frequencies in the band 10.55±10.68 GHz are avail- secondary basis to other petroleum li- able for Digital termination Systems and for associated censees. Geophysical stations must internodal links in the Point-to-Point Microwave Radio Service. No new licenses will be issued under this subpart but current cease operations on this frequency im- licenses will be renewed. mediately upon receiving notice that (c) Explanation of assignment limita- interference is being caused to mobile tions appearing in the frequency table service stations. of paragraph (b) of this section: (6) This frequency is primarily avail- (1) Only entities engaged in able for oil spill containment and prospecting for petroleum, natural gas cleanup operations and for training and or petroleum products are eligible to drills essential in the preparations for use this spectrum, and then only in ac- the containment and cleanup of oil cordance with § 90.266. Except as pro- spills. It is secondarily available for vided in this part, licensees may not general base-mobile operations in the use these frequencies in the place of Petroleum Radio Service on a non- other operational circuits permitted by interference basis. Secondary users of the Commission’s Rules. Circuits oper- this frequency are required to forego ating on these frequencies may be used its use should oil spill containment and only for the following purposes: cleanup activities be present in their (i) Providing standby backup commu- area of operation or upon notice by the nications for circuits which have been Commission or a primary user that disrupted and which directly affect the harmful interference is being caused to safety of life, property, or the national oil spill containment or cleanup activi- interest; or, ties in other areas. (ii) Providing operational circuits (7) Operation on this frequency is sec- during exploration. ondary to stations in the maritime mo- (2) Use of this frequency is limited to bile service operating in accordance an amplitude modulation mode of oper- with the International table of fre- ation. quency allocations. (3) This frequency is available for as- (8) This frequency is shared with the signment only to stations utilized for Motor Carrier Radio Service. geophysical purposes. (9) This Government frequency is (4) Geophysical operations may use available for shared Government/non- tone or impulse signaling for purposes Government use by stations engaged in

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oil spill containment and cleanup oper- thorized bandwidth may not exceed 6 ations and for training and drills essen- kHz. tial in the preparation for containment (19) This frequency is limited to a and cleanup of oil spills. Such use will maximum power of 20 watts. be confined to inland and coastal wa- (20) This frequency is shared with terways. Power and Forest Products Radio Serv- (10) This frequency is shared with the ices and is available in this service Forest Products Radio Service. only in the States of Arkansas, Louisi- (11) The frequencies available for use ana, Oklahoma, Oregon, Texas, and at operational fixed stations in the Washington. Elsewhere, this frequency band 72–76 MHz are listed in is available only in the Power Radio § 90.257(a)(1). These frequencies are Service. shared with other services and are (21) This frequency is available for available only in accordance with the assignment in this service only in the provisions of § 90.257. Seismic telemetry States of Arkansas, Louisiana, Okla- transmitters type accepted with 1 watt homa, Oregon, Texas, and Washington. or less power and a frequency tolerance Elsewhere, it is available in the Power not exceeding ±0.005% may be used as Radio Service. temporary operational fixed stations. (22) This frequency is limited to a (12) This frequency is shared with the maximum output power of 75 watts. (23) Frequencies in this band will be Special Industrial Radio Service. assigned only for transmitting (13) This frequency is shared with the hydrological or meteorological data or Forest Products and Manufacturers for low power wireless microphones in Radio Services. accordance with the provisions of (14) This frequency is shared with § 90.265. Power and Forest Products Radio Serv- (24) This frequency band is shared ices and is available in this service with Power, Forest Products, Special only in the States of Arkansas, Louisi- Industrial, Petroleum, Manufacturers, ana, Oklahoma, and Texas. Elsewhere Business, and Local Government Radio this frequency is available in the Service’s for remote control and telem- Power Radio Service. etry operations. (15) This frequency is available for (25) For FM transmitters the sum of assignment in this service only in the the highest modulating frequency and States of Arkansas, Louisiana, Okla- the amount of frequency deviation may homa, and Texas. Elsewhere this fre- not exceed 1.7 kHz and the maximum quency is available in the Power Radio deviation may not exceed 1.2 kHz. For Service. AM transmitters the highest modulat- (16) Operational fixed stations must ing frequency may not exceed 1.2 kHz. employ directional antennas having a The carrier frequency must be main- front-to-back ratio of at least 20 dB. tained within 0.0005 percent, and the Omnidirectional antennas having unity authorized bandwidth may not exceed 3 gain may be employed for stations kHz. communicating with at least three re- (26) This band is available to stations ceiving locations separated by 160° of operating in this service subject to the azimuth. provisions of § 90.259. (17) Subpart T contains rules for as- (27) The requirements for secondary signment of frequencies in the 220–222 fixed use of frequencies in this band are MHz band. set forth in § 90.261. (18) For FM transmitters the sum of (28) This frequency is available on a the highest modulating frequency and shared basis in the Power, Petroleum, the amount of frequency deviation may Forest Products, Manufacturers, and not exceed 2.8 kHz and the maximum Telephone Maintenance Radio Serv- deviation may not exceed 2.5 kHz. For ices. It may be assigned only when all AM transmitters the highest modulat- of the frequencies in the 450–470 MHz ing frequency may not exceed 2 kHz. band allocated to the service in which The carrier frequency must be main- the applicant is primarily eligible are tained within 0.0005 percent of the cen- assigned within 56 km. (35 mi.) of the ter of the frequency band, and the au- proposed base station.

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(29) Subpart L contains rules for as- States of North Dakota; South Dakota; signment of frequencies in the 470–512 Iowa; Nebraska; Kansas and Missouri MHz band. beyond 80 km (50 miles) from St. Louis (30) Subpart S contains rules for as- and Kansas City; Colorado and Wyo- signment of frequencies in the 806–821/ ming east of Longitude 106 degrees; and 851–866 and 896–901/935–940 MHz bands. Minnesota south of Latitude 47 de- (31) Assignment of frequencies above grees. 928 MHz for operational-fixed stations (39) This frequency is shared with the is governed by part 94 of this chapter. Special Industrial Radio Service in the (32) Available only on a shared basis States of North Dakota; Iowa; Ne- with stations in other services, and braska; Kansas; Missouri; Colorado and subject to no protection from inter- Wyoming east of Longitude 106 degrees; ference due to the operation of indus- and Minnesota south of Latitude 47 de- trial, scientific, or medical (ISM) de- grees. vices. In the 2483.5–2500 MHz band, no (40) This frequency may not be applications for new or modification to shared in the Special Industrial Radio existing stations to increase the num- Service within 32 km (20 miles) of the ber of transmitters will be accepted. cities of Duluth, Minnesota; Des Existing licensees as of July 25, 1985, or Moines and Davenport, Iowa; Omaha, on a subsequent date following as a re- Nebraska; Colorado Springs, Colorado; sult of submitting an application for li- and Wichita, Kansas. cense on or before July 25, 1985, are (41) This frequency is not available in grandfathered and their operation is the 150–170 MHz band until August 18, co-primary with the Radiodetermin- 1996. This frequency will be assigned ation Satellite Service. with an authorized bandwidth not to (33) Use of this frequency band is lim- exceed 11.25 kHz. In the 450–470 MHz ited to developmental operation and is band, secondary telemetry operations subject to the provisions of subpart Q. pursuant to § 90.238(e) will be author- (34) The maximum effective radiated ized on this frequency. power (ERP) may not exceed 20 watts for fixed stations and 2 watts for mo- (42) Frequencies in this band are bile stations. The height of the an- available only for one-way paging oper- tenna system may not exceed 15.24 me- ations in accordance with § 90.494. ters (50 feet) above ground. All such op- (43) This frequency is available on a eration is on a secondary basis to adja- shared basis with the Power, Business, cent channel land mobile operations. Manufacturers, and Railroad Radio (35) The maximum output power of Services and interservice coordination the transmitter may not exceed 50 is required. All communications on watts for fixed stations and 1 watt for this frequency must be conducted with- mobile stations. A1A, A1D, A2B, A2D, in the boundaries or confines of a F1B, F1D, F2B, F2D, G1B, G1D, G2B, or plant, factory, or drilling platform pri- G2D emission may be authorized. marily engaged in the production or re- (36) Use of this frequency is limited fining of petroleum products (including to stations located at least 120.7 km. natural gas). Operations on this fre- (75 miles) from the center of an urban- quency are subject to the provisions of ized areas of 200,000 or more population § 90.257(b). Pulsed modulations will not (U.S. Census of Population, 1970). Oper- be authorized. ation is on a secondary basis to that in (44) This frequency is also used on a the Power Radio Service. secondary basis by cordless telephones (37) This frequency is shared with the under part 15 of this chapter. Special Industrial Radio Service and is (45) Assignment of frequencies in this available for assignment in the Petro- band are subject to the provisions of leum Radio Service only in the States § 90.173. of Texas and Louisiana within 120 km (46) This frequency is available for (75 miles) of the Gulf of Mexico and in systems first licensed prior to August adjacent offshore waters. Mobile relay 18, 1995. No new systems will be author- stations will not be authorized. ized after August 18, 1995, but prior au- (38) This frequency is shared with the thorized systems may be modified, ex- Special Industrial Radio Service in the panded, and renewed.

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(47) This frequency is not available will be assigned for mobile service op- until August 18, 1996. After August 18, erations by a single applicant in a 1996 this frequency will be assigned given area. The assignment of an addi- with an authorized bandwidth not to tional frequency or pair of frequencies exceed 6 kHz. will be made only upon a satisfactory (48) Licensees as of August 18, 1995 showing of need, except that: who operate systems that are 2.5 kHz (1) Additional frequencies above 25 removed from regularly assignable fre- MHz may be assigned in connection quencies may continue to operate on a with operation of mobile repeaters in secondary, non-interference basis after accordance with § 90.247 not withstand- August 1, 2003. ing this limitation. (d) Additional frequencies available. In (2) Frequencies in the ranges 30.56– addition to the frequencies shown in 30.57 MHz, 35.00–35.01 MHz, 35.99–36.00 the frequency table of this section, the MHz, and 37.00–37.01 MHz are available following frequencies are available in for developmental operation by appli- this service. (See also § 90.253.) cants in this service subject to the pro- (1) Frequencies may be substituted visions of subpart Q notwithstanding for those available below 25 MHz in ac- this limitation. cordance with the provisions of § 90.263. (3) Authorizations for multiple fre- (2) [Reserved] quencies for geophysical operations (3) Frequencies in the band 73.0–74.6 will be granted on the frequencies gov- MHz may be assigned to stations au- erned by the limitations in paragraphs thorized their use on or before Decem- (c)(3) and (4) of this section notwith- ber 1, 1961, but no new stations will be standing this limitation. However, authorized in this band, nor will expan- each geophysical exploration party sion of existing systems be permitted. may only use a maximum of four fre- (See also § 90.257.) quencies at any one time. (4) Persons eligible in this service (4) Frequencies in the 25–50 MHz, 150– who are engaged in the transportation 170 MHz, 450–512 MHz and 902–928 MHz of natural gas by pipeline and who have bands may be assigned for the oper- a substantial requirement for mobile ation of Location and Monitoring Serv- service communication with a public ice (LMS) systems in accordance with utility company purchasing such gas the provisions of subpart M of this for distribution to the consumer may part, notwithstanding this limitation. be authorized to operate on the Power Radio Service frequency or frequencies (Secs. 4(i) and 303(r), Communications Act of assigned to such distributor(s). How- 1934, as amended, §§ 0.131 and 0.331 of the Commission’s Rules and 5 U.S.C. 553 (b)(3)(B) ever, such operation shall be limited to and (d)(3)) communications in the local area com- mon to both parties and shall relate [43 FR 54791, Nov. 22, 1978] only to gas supply and distribution ac- EDITORIAL NOTE: For FEDERAL REGISTER ci- tivities. The application of any person tations affecting § 90.65, see the List of CFR seeking a frequency assignment under Sections Affected in the Finding Aids sec- the provisions of this paragraph shall tion of this volume. be accompanied by a written statement from the natural gas distributor which § 90.67 Forest Products Radio Service. concurs in the need for such inter- (a) Eligibility. Persons primarily en- communication, and consents to the gaged in any of the following activities use by the natural gas supplier of the are eligible to hold authorizations in frequencies involved. the Forest Products Radio Service to (5) Frequencies in the 421–430 MHz operate radio stations for transmission band are available in the Detroit, of communications essential to such Cleveland, and Buffalo areas in accord- activities of the licensee: ance with the rules in §§ 90.273 through (1) Tree logging, tree farming, or re- 90.281. lated woods operations, including re- (e) Limitation on number of frequencies lated hauling activities, if the hauling assignable. Normally only one fre- activities are performed under contract quency, or pair of frequencies in the to, and exclusively for, persons engaged paired frequency mode of operation, in woods operations;

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(2) Manufacturing lumber, plywood, FOREST PRODUCTS RADIO SERVICE FREQUENCY hardboard, or pulp and paper products TABLEÐContinued from wood fiber by persons eligible Limita- under the provisions of subparagraph Frequency or band Class of station(s) tions (1) of this paragraph. (b) Frequencies available. The follow- 49.04 ...... do ...... 2 49.06 ...... do ...... 2 ing table indicates frequencies avail- 49.08 ...... do ...... 2, 38 able for assignment to stations in the 49.10 ...... do ...... 2, 38 Forest Products Radio Service, to- 49.12 ...... do ...... 2 gether with the class of station(s) to 49.14 ...... do ...... 2 49.16 ...... do ...... 2, 38 which they are normally assigned and 49.18 ...... do ...... 2 the specific assignment limitations 49.20 ...... do ...... 2, 38 which are explained in paragraph (c) of 49.22 ...... do ...... 2 49.24 ...... do ...... 2, 38 this section: 49.26 ...... do ...... 2 49.28 ...... do ...... 2, 38 FOREST PRODUCTS RADIO SERVICE FREQUENCY 49.30 ...... do ...... 2 TABLE 49.32 ...... do ...... 2 49.34 ...... do ...... 2 Limita- 49.36 ...... do ...... 2, 38 Frequency or band Class of station(s) tions 49.38 ...... do ...... 2 49.40 ...... do ...... 2, 38 Kilohertz 49.42 ...... do ...... 2 49.44 ...... do ...... 2 1676 ...... Base or mobile ...... 1 49.46 ...... do ...... 2, 38 1700 ...... do ...... 1 49.48 ...... do ...... 2 2398 ...... do ...... 1 49.50 ...... do ...... 2, 38 49.54 ...... do ...... 3 Megahertz: 49.58 ...... do ...... 3 72.00 to 76.00 ...... Operational fixed ...... 4 29.71 ...... do ...... 72.44 ...... Mobile ...... 34 29.73 ...... do ...... 72.48 ...... do ...... 34 29.75 ...... do ...... 72.52 ...... do ...... 34 29.77 ...... do ...... 72.56 ...... do ...... 34 29.79 ...... do ...... 72.60 ...... do ...... 34 30.68 ...... do ...... 75.44 ...... do ...... 34 30.72 ...... do ...... 75.48 ...... do ...... 34 31.48 ...... do ...... 30 75.52 ...... do ...... 34 31.52 ...... do ...... 30 75.56 ...... do ...... 34 31.64 ...... do ...... 30 75.60 ...... do ...... 34 31.72 ...... do ...... 30 150 to 170 ...... Base or mobile ...... 39, 43 31.76 ...... do ...... 30 152.465 ...... do ...... 29 37.44 ...... do ...... 152.480 ...... do ...... 5, 40 37.88 ...... do ...... 153.050 ...... do ...... 6, 31, 33 43.02 ...... do ...... 30 153.0575 ...... do ...... 6, 31, 33, 43.28 ...... do ...... 30 36 43.36 ...... do ...... 30 153.065 ...... do ...... 6 43.40 ...... do ...... 30 153.0725 ...... do ...... 6, 36 43.52 ...... do ...... 30 153.080 ...... do ...... 6 48.56 ...... do ...... 2 153.0875 ...... do ...... 6, 36 48.58 ...... do ...... 2 153.095 ...... do ...... 6 48.60 ...... do ...... 2 153.1025 ...... do ...... 6, 36 48.62 ...... do ...... 2 153.110 ...... do ...... 6 48.64 ...... do ...... 2 153.1175 ...... do ...... 6, 36 48.66 ...... do ...... 2 153.125 ...... do ...... 6, 31, 33 48.68 ...... do ...... 2 153.1325 ...... do ...... 6, 31, 33, 48.70 ...... do ...... 2 36 48.72 ...... do ...... 2 153.140 ...... do ...... 6 48.74 ...... do ...... 2 153.1475 ...... do ...... 6, 36 48.76 ...... do ...... 2, 38 153.155 ...... do ...... 6 48.78 ...... do ...... 2 153.1625 ...... do ...... 6, 36 48.80 ...... do ...... 2 153.170 ...... do ...... 6 48.82 ...... do ...... 2 153.1775 ...... do ...... 6, 36 48.84 ...... do ...... 2, 38 153.185 ...... do ...... 6 48.86 ...... do ...... 2, 38 153.1925 ...... do ...... 6, 36 48.88 ...... do ...... 2 153.200 ...... do ...... 6 48.90 ...... do ...... 2 153.2075 ...... do ...... 6, 36 48.92 ...... do ...... 2, 38 153.215 ...... do ...... 6 48.94 ...... do ...... 2 153.2225 ...... do ...... 6, 36 48.96 ...... do ...... 2 153.230 ...... do ...... 6 48.98 ...... do ...... 2 153.2375 ...... do ...... 6, 36 49.00 ...... do ...... 2 153.245 ...... do ...... 6 49.02 ...... do ...... 2, 38 153.2525 ...... do ...... 6, 36

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153.260 ...... do ...... 6 158.2125 ...... do ...... 10, 36 153.2675 ...... do ...... 6, 36 158.220 ...... do ...... 2, 11 153.275 ...... do ...... 6 158.2275 ...... do ...... 2, 11, 36 153.2825 ...... do ...... 6, 36 158.235 ...... do ...... 10 153.290 ...... do ...... 6 158.2425 ...... do ...... 10, 36 153.2975 ...... do ...... 6, 36 158.265 ...... do ...... 10 153.305 ...... do ...... 6 158.2725 ...... do ...... 10, 36 153.3125 ...... do ...... 6, 36 158.280 ...... do ...... 6 153.320 ...... do ...... 6 158.2875 ...... do ...... 6, 36 153.3275 ...... do ...... 6, 36 158.295 ...... do ...... 6 153.335 ...... do ...... 6, 31 158.3025 ...... do ...... 6, 36 153.3425 ...... do ...... 6, 31, 36 158.310 ...... do ...... 6 153.350 ...... do ...... 6, 31 158.3175 ...... do ...... 6, 36 153.3575 ...... do ...... 6, 31, 36 158.325 ...... do ...... 6, 31, 33 153.365 ...... do ...... 6, 31 158.3325 ...... do ...... 6, 31, 33, 153.3725 ...... do ...... 6, 31, 36 36 153.380 ...... do ...... 6, 31 158.355 ...... do ...... 2, 32 153.3875 ...... do ...... 6, 31, 36 158.3625 ...... do ...... 2, 32, 36 153.395 ...... do ...... 6, 31 158.370 ...... do ...... 2 153.4025 ...... do ...... 6, 31, 36 158.3775 ...... do ...... 2, 36 153.425 ...... do ...... 7 158.415 ...... do ...... 6, 31, 33 153.4325 ...... do ...... 7, 36 158.4225 ...... do ...... 6, 31, 33, 153.440 ...... do ...... 2, 8 36 153.4475 ...... do ...... 2, 8, 36 158.430 ...... do ...... 6 153.455 ...... do ...... 7 158.4375 ...... do ...... 6, 36 153.4625 ...... do ...... 7, 36 158.460 ...... do ...... 5, 40 153.485 ...... do ...... 7 169±172 ...... Mobile, operational 12 153.4925 ...... do ...... 7, 36 fixed. 153.500 ...... do ...... 2, 8 173.20375 ...... Fixed or mobile ...... 13, 14, 153.5075 ...... do ...... 2, 8, 36 24, 25 153.515 ...... do ...... 7 173.2100 ...... do ...... 13, 15, 153.5225 ...... do ...... 7, 36 24, 25 153.545 ...... do ...... 7 173.2375 ...... do ...... 13, 14, 153.5525 ...... do ...... 7, 36 25, 27 153.560 ...... do ...... 2, 8 173.250 ...... Base or mobile ...... 2, 11 153.5675 ...... do ...... 2, 8, 36 173.2625 ...... Fixed or mobile ...... 13, 14, 153.575 ...... do ...... 7 25, 27 153.5825 ...... do ...... 7, 36 173.2875 ...... do ...... 13, 14, 153.605 ...... do ...... 7 25, 27 153.6125 ...... do ...... 7, 36 173.300 ...... Base or mobile ...... 2, 11 153.620 ...... do ...... 2, 8 173.3125 ...... Fixed or mobile ...... 13, 14, 153.6275 ...... do ...... 2, 8, 36 25, 27 153.635 ...... do ...... 7 173.3375 ...... do ...... 13, 14, 153.6425 ...... do ...... 7, 36 25, 27 153.665 ...... do ...... 7 173.350 ...... Base or mobile ...... 2, 11 153.6725 ...... do ...... 7, 36 173.3625 ...... Fixed or mobile ...... 13, 14, 153.680 ...... do ...... 2, 8 25, 27 153.6875 ...... do ...... 2, 8, 36 173.3900 ...... do ...... 13, 15, 154.45625 ...... Fixed or mobile ...... 13, 14, 24, 25 25, 27 173.39625 ...... do ...... 13, 14, 154.46375 ...... do ...... 13, 14, 24, 25 24, 25, 216±220 ...... Base or mobile ...... 16 26 220±222 ...... Base and mobile ...... 37 154.47125 ...... do ...... 13, 14, 406±413 ...... Operational fixed ...... 12 24, 25 450±470 ...... Fixed, base, or mobile 17, 39 154.47875 ...... do ...... 13, 14, 451.1625 ...... Mobile ...... 41 25, 27 451.175 ...... Base or mobile ...... 18 154.570 ...... Mobile ...... 9 451.18125 ...... do ...... 18, 42 154.600 ...... do ...... 9 451.18750 ...... do ...... 18, 36 154.625 ...... Base or mobile ...... 5, 40 451.19375 ...... do ...... 18, 42 154.640 ...... do ...... 5, 36 451.2125 ...... Mobile ...... 41 157.725 ...... do ...... 29 451.225 ...... Base or mobile ...... 18 157.740 ...... do ...... 5, 40 451.23125 ...... do ...... 18, 42 158.145 ...... do ...... 10 451.23750 ...... do ...... 18, 36 158.1525 ...... do ...... 10, 36 451.24375 ...... do ...... 18, 42 158.160 ...... do ...... 2, 11 451.2625 ...... Mobile ...... 41 158.1675 ...... do ...... 2, 11, 36 451.275 ...... Base or mobile ...... 18 158.175 ...... do ...... 10 451.28125 ...... do ...... 18, 42 158.1825 ...... do ...... 10, 36 451.28750 ...... do ...... 18, 36 158.205 ...... do ...... 10 451.29375 ...... do ...... 18, 42

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451.3625 ...... Mobile ...... 41 452.28125 ...... do ...... 28, 42 451.375 ...... Base or mobile ...... 18 452.28750 ...... do ...... 28, 36 451.38125 ...... do ...... 18, 42 452.29375 ...... do ...... 28, 42 451.38750 ...... do ...... 18, 36 452.350 ...... do ...... 28 451.39375 ...... do ...... 18, 42 452.35625 ...... do ...... 28, 42 451.4125 ...... Mobile ...... 41 452.36250 ...... do ...... 28, 36 451.425 ...... Base or mobile ...... 18 452.36875 ...... do ...... 28, 42 451.43125 ...... do ...... 18, 42 452.400 ...... do ...... 28 451.43750 ...... do ...... 18, 36 452.40625 ...... do ...... 28, 42 451.44375 ...... do ...... 18, 42 452.41250 ...... do ...... 28, 36 451.4625 ...... Mobile ...... 41 452.41875 ...... do ...... 28, 42 451.475 ...... Base or mobile ...... 18 452.450 ...... do ...... 28 451.48125 ...... do ...... 18, 42 452.45625 ...... do ...... 28, 42 451.48750 ...... do ...... 18, 36 452.46250 ...... do ...... 28, 36 451.49375 ...... do ...... 18, 42 452.46875 ...... do ...... 28, 42 451.5125 ...... Mobile ...... 41 456.1625 ...... Mobile ...... 41 451.525 ...... Base or mobile ...... 18 456.175 ...... do ...... 18 451.53125 ...... do ...... 18, 42 456.18125 ...... do ...... 18, 42 451.53750 ...... do ...... 18, 36 456.18750 ...... do ...... 18, 36 451.54375 ...... do ...... 18, 42 456.19375 ...... do ...... 18, 42 451.550 ...... do ...... 2 456.2125 ...... do ...... 41 451.55625 ...... do ...... 2, 42 456.225 ...... do ...... 18 451.56250 ...... do ...... 2, 36 456.23125 ...... do ...... 18, 42 451.56875 ...... do ...... 2, 42 456.23750 ...... do ...... 18, 36 451.575 ...... do ...... 18 456.24375 ...... do ...... 18, 42 451.58125 ...... do ...... 18, 42 456.2625 ...... do ...... 41 451.58750 ...... do ...... 18, 36 456.275 ...... do ...... 18 451.59375 ...... do ...... 18, 42 456.28125 ...... do ...... 18, 42 451.600 ...... do ...... 2 456.28750 ...... do ...... 18, 36 451.60625 ...... do ...... 2, 42 456.29375 ...... do ...... 18, 42 451.61250 ...... do ...... 2, 36 456.3625 ...... do ...... 41 451.61875 ...... do ...... 2, 42 456.375 ...... do ...... 18 451.625 ...... do ...... 18 456.38125 ...... do ...... 18, 42 451.63125 ...... do ...... 18, 42 456.38750 ...... do ...... 18, 36 451.63750 ...... do ...... 18, 36 456.39375 ...... do ...... 18, 42 451.64375 ...... do ...... 18, 42 456.4125 ...... do ...... 41 451.650 ...... do ...... 2 456.425 ...... do ...... 18 451.65625 ...... do ...... 2, 42 456.43125 ...... do ...... 18, 42 451.66250 ...... do ...... 2, 36 456.43750 ...... do ...... 18, 36 451.66875 ...... do ...... 2, 42 456.44375 ...... do ...... 18, 42 451.675 ...... do ...... 18 456.4625 ...... do ...... 41 451.68125 ...... do ...... 18, 42 456.475 ...... do ...... 18 451.68750 ...... do ...... 18, 36 456.48125 ...... do ...... 18, 42 451.69375 ...... do ...... 18, 42 456.48750 ...... do ...... 18, 36 451.700 ...... do ...... 2 456.49375 ...... do ...... 18, 42 451.70625 ...... do ...... 2, 42 456.5125 ...... do ...... 41 451.71250 ...... do ...... 2, 36 456.525 ...... do ...... 18 451.71875 ...... do ...... 2, 42 456.53125 ...... do ...... 18, 42 451.7375 ...... Mobile ...... 41 456.53750 ...... do ...... 18, 36 451.750 ...... Base or mobile ...... 2 456.54375 ...... do ...... 18, 42 451.75625 ...... do ...... 2, 42 456.550 ...... do ...... 2 451.76250 ...... do ...... 2, 36 456.55625 ...... do ...... 2, 42 451.76875 ...... do ...... 2, 42 456.56250 ...... do ...... 2, 36 452.100 ...... do ...... 28 456.56875 ...... do ...... 2, 42 452.10625 ...... do ...... 28, 42 456.575 ...... do ...... 18 452.11250 ...... do ...... 28, 36 456.58125 ...... do ...... 18, 42 452.11875 ...... do ...... 28, 42 456.58750 ...... do ...... 18, 36 452.200 ...... do ...... 28 456.59375 ...... do ...... 18, 42 452.20625 ...... do ...... 28, 42 456.600 ...... do ...... 2 452.21250 ...... do ...... 28, 36 456.60625 ...... do ...... 2, 42 452.21875 ...... do ...... 28, 42 456.61250 ...... do ...... 2, 36 452.225 ...... do ...... 28 456.61875 ...... do ...... 2, 42 452.23125 ...... do ...... 28, 42 456.625 ...... do ...... 18 452.23750 ...... do ...... 28, 36 456.63125 ...... do ...... 18, 42 452.24375 ...... do ...... 28, 42 456.63750 ...... do ...... 18, 36 452.250 ...... do ...... 28 456.64375 ...... do ...... 18, 42 452.25625 ...... do ...... 28, 42 456.650 ...... do ...... 2 452.26250 ...... do ...... 28, 36 456.65625 ...... do ...... 2, 42 452.26875 ...... do ...... 28, 42 456.66250 ...... do ...... 2, 36 452.275 ...... do ...... 28 456.66875 ...... do ...... 2, 42

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456.675 ...... do ...... 18 2450±2500 ...... Base or mobile ...... 22 456.68125 ...... do ...... 18, 42 8400±8500 ...... do ...... 23 456.68750 ...... do ...... 18, 36 10,550±10,680* ...... do ...... 456.69375 ...... do ...... 18, 42 456.700 ...... do ...... 2 *The frequencies in the band 10.55±10.68 GHz are avail- able for Digital Termination Systems and for associated 456.70625 ...... do ...... 2, 42 internodal links in the Point-to-Point Microwave Radio Service. 456.71250 ...... do ...... 2, 36 No new licenses will be issued under this subpart but current 456.71875 ...... do ...... 2, 42 licenses will be renewed. 456.7375 ...... do ...... 41 456.750 ...... do ...... 2 (c) Explanation of assignment limita- 456.75625 ...... do ...... 2, 42 456.76250 ...... do ...... 2, 36 tions appearing in the frequency tab- 456.76875 ...... do ...... 2, 42 ulation of paragraph (b) of this section: 457.100 ...... do ...... 28 (1) Frequencies below 25 MHz will be 457.10625 ...... do ...... 28, 42 457.11250 ...... do ...... 28, 36 assigned to base or mobile stations in 457.11875 ...... do ...... 28, 42 this service only upon a satisfactory 457.200 ...... do ...... 28 showing that, from a safety of life 457.20625 ...... do ...... 28, 42 457.21250 ...... do ...... 28, 36 standpoint, frequencies above 25 MHz 457.21875 ...... do ...... 28, 42 will not meet the operational require- 457.225 ...... do ...... 28 ments of the applicant. 457.23125 ...... do ...... 28, 42 (2) This frequency is shared with the 457.23750 ...... do ...... 28, 36 457.24375 ...... do ...... 28, 42 Petroleum Radio Service. 457.250 ...... do ...... 28 (3) This frequency is shared with the 457.25625 ...... do ...... 28, 42 Special Industrial Radio Service. 457.26250 ...... do ...... 28, 36 457.26875 ...... do ...... 28, 42 (4) The frequencies available for use 457.275 ...... do ...... 28 at operational fixed stations in the 457.28125 ...... do ...... 28, 42 band 72–76 MHz are listed in 457.28750 ...... do ...... 28, 36 457.29375 ...... do ...... 28, 42 § 90.257(a)(1). These frequencies are 457.350 ...... do ...... 28 shared with other services and are 457.35625 ...... do ...... 28, 42 available only in accordance with the 457.36250 ...... do ...... 28, 36 provisions of § 90.257. 457.36875 ...... do ...... 28, 42 457.400 ...... do ...... 28 (5) This frequency is available in this 457.40625 ...... do ...... 28, 42 service and in the Special Industrial 457.41250 ...... do ...... 28, 36 Radio Service on a secondary basis to 457.41875 ...... do ...... 28, 42 457.450 ...... do ...... 28 one-way paging communications au- 457.45625 ...... do ...... 28, 42 thorized in the Business Radio Service. 457.46250 ...... do ...... 28, 36 (6) This frequency is shared with the 457.46875 ...... do ...... 28, 42 Petroleum and Manufacturers Radio 462.4625 ...... do ...... 41 462.475 ...... Base or mobile ...... 18 Services. 462.48125 ...... do ...... 18, 42 (7) This frequency is shared with the 462.48750 ...... do ...... 18, 36 Power and Petroleum Radio Service 462.49375 ...... do ...... 18, 42 462.5125 ...... do ...... 41 and is available in this service only in 462.525 ...... Base or mobile ...... 18 the States of Arkansas, Louisiana, 462.53125 ...... do ...... 18, 42 Oklahoma, and Texas. Elsewhere it is 467.4625 ...... Mobile ...... 41 available in the Power Radio Service. 467.475 ...... do ...... 18 467.48125 ...... do ...... 18, 42 (8) This frequency is available for as- 467.48750 ...... do ...... 18, 36 signment in this service, only in the 467.49375 ...... do ...... 18, 42 States of Arkansas, Louisiana, Okla- 467.5125 ...... do ...... 41 467.525 ...... do ...... 18 homa, and Texas. Elsewhere, this fre- 467.53125 ...... do ...... 18, 42 quency is available in the Power Radio 470±512 ...... Base or mobile ...... 19 Service. 806±821 ...... Mobile only ...... 20 (9) Authorizations to operate on this 851±866 ...... Base or mobile ...... 20 896±901 ...... Mobile ...... 20 frequency will be issued for A2B, A2D, 928 and above ...... Operational fixed ...... 21 F2B or F2D emission for tone signaling 929±930 ...... Base only ...... 35 or for a combination of such emission 935±940 ...... Base or mobile ...... 20 1427±1435 ...... Operational fixed, base 16 with A3E, F3E or G3E emission with a or mobile. maximum bandwidth of 20 kHz. The

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output power shall not exceed 2 watts. (18) This frequency is available on a The maximum distance between any shared basis in the Power, Petroleum, transmitter and the center of the radi- Forest Products, Manufacturers, and ating portion of its antenna shall not Telephone Maintenance Radio Serv- exceed 8 m. (25 ft.) Operation on this ices. It may be assigned only when all frequency is secondary to stations in of the frequencies in the 450–470 MHz the Business Radio Service. band allocated to the service in which (10) This frequency is shared with the applicant is primarily eligible are Power and Petroleum Radio Services assigned within the 56 km. (35 mi) of and is available in this service only in the proposed base station. the States of Arkansas, Louisiana, (19) Subpart L contains rules for as- Oklahoma, Oregon, Texas, and Wash- signment of frequencies in the 470–512 ington. MHz band. (11) This frequency is available for (20) Subpart S contains rules for as- assignment in this service, only in the signment of frequencies in the 806–821/ States of Arkansas, Louisiana, Okla- 851–866 and 896–901/935–940 MHz bands. homa, Oregon, Texas, and Washington. (21) Assignment of frequencies above Elsewhere it is available in the Power 928 MHz for operational-fixed stations Radio Service. is governed by part 94 of this chapter. (12) Frequencies in this band will be (22) Available only on a shared basis assigned only for transmitting with stations in other services, and hydrological or meteorological data or subject to no protection from inter- for low power wireless microphones in ference due to the operation of indus- accordance with the provisions of trial, scientific, or medical (ISM) de- § 90.265. vices. In the 2483.5–2500 MHz band, no (13) This frequency is available on a applications for new or modification to shared basis with the Local Govern- existing stations to increase the num- ment, Power, Petroleum, Special In- ber of transmitters will be accepted. dustrial, Business, and Manufacturers Existing licensees as of July 25, 1985, or Radio Services for remote control and on a subsequent date following as a re- telemetry operations. sult of submitting an application for li- (14) For FM transmitters the sum of cense on or before July 25, 1985, are the highest modulating frequency and grandfathered and their operation is the amount of frequency deviation may co-primary with the Radiodetermin- not exceed 2.8 kHz and the maximum ation Satellite Service. deviation may not exceed 2.5 kHz. For (23) Use of this frequency band is lim- AM transmitters the highest modulat- ited to developmental operation and is ing frequency may not exceed 2 kHz. subject to the provisions of subpart Q. The carrier frequency must be main- (24) The maximum output power of tained within 0.0005 percent and the au- the transmitter may not exceed 50 thorized bandwidth may not exceed 6 watts for fixed stations and 3 watts for kHz. mobile stations. A1A, A1D, A2B, A2D, (15) For FM transmitters the sum of F1B, F1D, F2B, F2D, G1B, G1D, G2B, or the highest modulating frequency and G2D emission may be authorized. the amount of frequency deviation may (25) Operational fixed stations must not exceed 1.7 kHz and the maximum employ directional antennas having a deviation may not exceed 1.2 kHz. For front-to-back ratio of at least 20 db. AM transmitters the highest modulat- Omnidirectional antennas having unity ing frequency may not exceed 1.2 kHz. gain may be employed for stations The carrier frequency must be main- communicating with at least three re- tained within 0.0005 percent and the au- ceiving locations separated by 160° of thorized bandwidth may not exceed 3 azimuth. kHz. (26) Use of this frequency is limited (16) This band is available to stations to stations located at least 120.7 km (75 in this service subject to the provisions miles) from the center of any urbanized of § 90.259. area of 200,000 or more population (U.S. (17) The requirements for secondary Census of Population, 1970). Operation fixed use of frequencies in this band are is on a secondary basis to that in the set forth in § 90.261. Power Radio Service.

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(27) The maximum effective radiated Moines and Davenport, Iowa; Omaha, power (ERP) may not exceed 20 watts Nebraska; Colorado Springs, Colorado; for fixed stations and 2 watts for mo- and Wichita, Kansas. bile stations. The height of the an- (34) This frequency is available on a tenna system may not exceed 15.24 me- shared basis in the Manufacturers, For- ters (50 feet) above ground. All such op- est Products, Special Industrial, Rail- eration is on a secondary basis to adja- road, and Fire Radio Services and cent land mobile operations. interservice coordination is required. (28) This frequency is shared with the All communications on this frequency Taxicab Radio Service. It is available must be conducted within the bound- for assignment in this service only in aries of a logging site or confines of a the States of Washington, Oregon, plant, factory, lumber or paper mill. Idaho, and Montana in areas at least 64 All operations on this frequency are km (40 miles) from the center of urban- subject to the provisions of § 90.257(b). ized areas of 200,000 or more population (35) Frequencies in this band are (U.S. Census of Population, 1970). The available only for one-way paging oper- maximum output power is limited to 75 ations in accordance with § 90.494. watts. (36) This frequency is not available in (29) This frequency is shared with the the 150–170 MHz band until August 18, Taxicab and Special Industrial Radio 1996. This frequency will be assigned Services. Use of this frequency is lim- with an authorized bandwidth not to ited to stations located at least 80.5 km exceed 11.25 kHz. In the 450–470 MHz (50 miles) from the center of any urban- band, secondary telemetry operations ized area of 600,000 or more population pursuant to § 90.238(e) will be author- (U.S. Census of Population, 1970). All ized on this frequency. operations on this frequency are lim- (37) Subpart T contains rules for as- ited to a maximum transmitter output signment of frequencies in the 220–222 power of 75 watts. MHz band. (30) This frequency is shared with the (38) This frequency is also used on a Special Industrial Radio Service, and is secondary basis by cordless telephones available for assignment in the Forest under part 15 of this chapter. Products Radio Service only in the States of Washington; Oregon; Idaho; (39) Assignment of frequencies in this Nevada, and Montana west of Lon- band are subject to the provisions of gitude 110 degrees; and California north § 90.173. at Latitude 39 degrees. Evidence of (40) This frequency will be authorized interservice frequency coordination is a channel bandwidth of 25 kHz. required, and mobile relay stations will (41) This frequency is available for not be authorized. systems first licensed prior to August (31) This frequency is shared with the 18, 1995. No new systems will be author- Special Industrial Radio Service in the ized after August 18, 1995, but prior au- States of North Dakota; South Dakota; thorized systems may be modified, ex- Iowa; Nebraska; Kansas and Missouri panded, and renewed. beyond 80 km (50 miles) from St. Louis (42) This frequency is not available and Kansas City; Colorado and Wyo- until August 18, 1996. After August 18, ming east of Longitude 106 degrees; and 1996 this frequency will be assigned Minnesota south of Latitude 47 de- with an authorized bandwidth not to grees. exceed 6 kHz. (32) This frequency is shared with the (43) Licensees as of August 18, 1995 Special Industrial Radio Service in the who operate systems that are 2.5 kHz States of North Dakota; South Dakota; removed from regularly assignable fre- Iowa; Nebraska; Kansas; Missouri; Col- quencies may continue to operate on a orado and Wyoming east of Longitude secondary, non-interference basis after 106 degrees; and Minnesota south of August 1, 2003. Latitude 47 degrees. (d) Additional frequencies available. In (33) This frequency may not be addition to the frequencies shown in shared in the Special Industrial Radio the frequency table of this section, the Service within 32 km (20 miles) of the following frequencies are available in cities of Duluth, Minnesota; Des this service (See also § 90.253.)

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(1) Frequencies may be substituted Film and Video Production Radio Serv- for those available below 25 MHz in ac- ice to operate radio stations for trans- cordance with the provisions of § 90.253. mission of communications essential (2) [Reserved] to such activities of the licensee. (3) Frequencies in the band 73.0–74.6 (1) Persons primarily engaged in the MHz may be assigned to stations au- production, videotaping or filming of thorized their use on or before Decem- motion pictures or television pro- ber 1, 1961, but no new stations will be grams, such as movies, programs, news authorized in this band, nor will expan- programs, special events, educational sion of existing systems be permitted. programs or training films, regardless (See also § 90.257.) of whether the productions are pre- (4) Frequencies in the 421–430 MHz pared primarily for final exhibition at band are available in the Detroit, theatrical outlets or on television or Cleveland, and Buffalo areas in accord- for distribution through other mass ance with the rules in §§ 90.273 through communications outlets. Television or 90.281. cable entities that are eligible to be li- (e) Limitation on number of frequencies censed under part 74 or 78 of the Rules assignable. Normally only one fre- are not eligible to use the Film and quency or pair of frequencies in the Video Production Radio Service: pair frequency mode of operation, will (i) To transmit programming (see be assigned for mobile service oper- § 90.415), ations by a single applicant in a given (ii) To coordinate the live trans- area. The assignment of an additional mission of an event, or frequency or pair of frequencies will be (iii) To coordinate the taping of an made only upon a satisfactory showing event, where the taped material is to of need, except that: be transmitted to the public within 48 (1) Additional frequencies above 25 hours. MHz may be assigned in connection (2) Persons providing direct technical with Operation of mobile repeaters in support to eligibles identified in para- accordance with § 90.247 notwithstand- graph (a)(1) of this section. ing this limitation. (b) Frequencies available. The follow- (2) Frequencies in the ranges 30.56– ing table indicates frequencies avail- 30.57 MHz, 35.00–35.01 MHz, 35.99–36.00 able for assignment to stations in the MHz, and 37.00–37.01 MHz are available Film and Video Production Radio Serv- for developmental operation by appli- ice, together with the class of sta- cants in this service subject to the pro- tion(s) to which they are normally as- visions of subpart Q notwithstanding signed and the specific assignment lim- this limitation. itations which are explained in para- (3) Frequencies in the 25–50 MHz, 150– graph (c) of this section: 170 MHz, 450–512 MHz and 902–928 MHz bands may be assigned for the oper- FILM AND VIDEO PRODUCTION RADIO SERVICE ation of Location and Monitoring Serv- FREQUENCY TABLE ice (LMS) systems in accordance with Limita- the provisions of subpart M of this Frequency or band Class of station(s) tions part, notwithstanding this limitation. Kilohertz (Secs. 4(i) and 303(r), Communications Act of 1934, as amended, §§ 0.131 and 0.331 of the 1628 ...... Base or mobile ...... 1 Commission’s Rules and 5 U.S.C. 553 (b)(3)(B) 1652 ...... do ...... 1 and (d)(3); 47 U.S.C. 154(i) and 303) 2292 ...... do ...... 1 2398 ...... do ...... 1 [43 FR 54791, Nov. 22, 1978] 4637.5 ...... do ...... 1

EDITORIAL NOTE: For FEDERAL REGISTER ci- Megahertz tations affecting § 90.67, see the List of CFR Sections Affected in the Finding Aids sec- 72 to 76 ...... Operational fixed ...... 2 150 to 170 ...... Base or mobile ...... 15, 16 tion of this volume. 152.8625 ...... do ...... 3, 14 152.87 ...... do ...... 3 § 90.69 Film and Video Production 152.8775 ...... do ...... 3, 12 Radio Service. 152.90 ...... do ...... 3 152.9075 ...... do ...... 3, 12 (a) Eligibility. The following are eli- 152.93 ...... do ...... 3 gible to hold authorizations in the 152.9375 ...... do ...... 3, 12

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FILM AND VIDEO PRODUCTION RADIO SERVICE ference due to the operation of indus- FREQUENCY TABLEÐContinued trial, scientific, or medical (ISM) de- vices. In the 2483.5–2500 MHz band, no Limita- Frequency or band Class of station(s) tions applications for new or modification to existing stations to increase the num- 152.96 ...... do ...... 3 ber of transmitters will be accepted. 152.9675 ...... do ...... 3, 12 152.99 ...... do ...... 3 Existing licensees as of July 25, 1985, or 152.9975 ...... do ...... 3, 12 on a subsequent date following as a re- 153.02 ...... do ...... 3 153.0275 ...... do ...... 3, 12 sult of submitting an application for li- 169±172 ...... Mobile ...... 11 cense on or before July 25, 1985, are 173.225 ...... Base or mobile ...... 4 grandfathered and their operation is 173.275 ...... do ...... 4 173.325 ...... do ...... 4 co-primary with the Radiodetermin- 173.375 ...... do ...... 4 ation Satellite Service. 220±222 ...... Base and mobile ...... 13 (9) Use of this frequency band is lim- 806 to 821 ...... Mobile ...... 5 851 to 866 ...... Base or mobile ...... 5 ited to developmental operation and is 896 to 901 ...... Mobile ...... 5 subject to the provisions of subpart Q. 928 and above ...... Operational fixed ...... 6 929±930 ...... Base only ...... 10 (10) Frequencies in this band are 935 to 940 ...... Base or mobile ...... 5 available only for one-way paging oper- 1427 to 1435 ...... Base, mobile or oper- 7 ations in accordance with § 90.494. ational fixed. 2450 to 2500 ...... Base or mobile ...... 8 (11) Frequencies in this band will be 8400 to 8500 ...... do ...... 9 assigned for low power wireless micro- 10,550 to 10,680* ...... do ...... phones in accordance with the provi- *The frequencies in the band 10.55±10.68 GHz are avail- sions of § 90.265. able for Digital Termination Systems and for associated internodal links in the Point-to-Point Microwave Radio Service. (12) This frequency is not available in No new licenses will be issued under this subpart but current the 150–170 MHz band until August 18, licenses will be renewed. 1996. This frequency will be assigned (c) Explanation of assignment limita- with an authorized bandwidth not to tions appearing in the frequency table exceed 11.25 kHz. In the 450–470 MHz of paragraph (b) of this section: band, secondary telemetry operations (1) Frequencies below 25 MHz will be pursuant to § 90.238(e) will be author- assigned to base or mobile stations in ized on this frequency. this service only upon a satisfactory (13) Subpart T contains rules for as- showing that, from a safety of life signment of frequencies in the 220–222 standpoint, frequencies above 25 MHz MHz band. will not meet the operational require- (14) This frequency is not available ments of the applicant. until August 18, 1996. After August 18, (2) The frequencies available for use 1996 this frequency will be assigned at operational fixed stations in the with an authorized bandwidth not to band 72–76 MHz are listed in exceed 6 kHz. § 90.257(a)(1). These frequencies are (15) Assignment of frequencies in this shared with other services and are band are subject to the provisions of available only in accordance with the § 90.173 provisions of § 90.257. (16) Licensees as of August 18, 1995 (3) This frequency is shared with the who operate systems that are 2.5 kHz Special Industrial Radio Service. removed from regularly assignable fre- (4) This frequency is shared with the quencies may continue to operate on a Relay Press Radio Service. (5) Subpart S contains rules for as- secondary, non-interference basis after signment of frequencies in the 806–821/ August 1, 2003. 851–866 and 896–901/935–940 MHz bands. (d) Additional frequencies available. In (6) Assignment of frequencies above addition to the frequencies shown in 928 MHz for operational-fixed stations the frequency table of this section, the is governed by part 94 of this chapter. following frequencies are available in (7) This band is available in this serv- this service. ice subject to the provisions of § 90.259. (1) Frequencies may be substituted (8) Available only on a shared basis for those available below 25 MHz in ac- with stations in other services, and cordance with the provisions of § 90.263. subject to no protection from inter- (2) [Reserved]

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(3) Frequencies in the band 73–74.6 sential to such activities of the li- MHz may be assigned to stations au- censee. thorized their use on or before Decem- (b) Frequencies available. The follow- ber 1, 1961, but no new stations will be ing table indicates frequencies avail- authorized in this band, nor will expan- able for assignment to stations in the sion of existing systems be permitted. Relay Press Radio Service, together (4) Frequencies in the 421–430 MHz with the class of station(s) to which band are available in the Detroit, they are normally assigned and the Cleveland, and Buffalo areas in accord- specific assignment limitations which ance with the rules in §§ 90.273 through are explained in paragraph (c) of this 90.281. section: (e) Limitation on number of frequencies assignable. Normally only one fre- RELAY PRESS RADIO SERVICE FREQUENCY quency, or pair of frequencies in the TABLE paired frequency mode of operation, Limita- will be assigned for mobile service op- Frequency or band Class of station(s) tions erations by a single applicant in a given area. The assignment of an addi- Megahertz tional frequency or pair of frequencies 72.0 to 76.0 ...... Operational fixed ...... 1 will be made only upon a satisfactory 169±172 ...... Mobile ...... 8 showing of need, except that: 173.225 ...... Base or mobile ...... 2 173.275 ...... do ...... 2 (1) Additional frequencies above 25 173.325 ...... do ...... 2 MHz may be assigned in connection 173.375 ...... do ...... 2 with operation of mobile repeaters in 220±222 ...... Base and mobile ...... 10 accordance with § 90.247, notwithstand- 450±470 ...... Fixed or mobile ...... 11, 14 452.9625 ...... Mobile ...... 15 ing this limitation. 452.975 ...... Fixed or mobile ...... (2) Frequencies in the ranges 30.56– 452.98125 ...... do ...... 13 30.57 MHz, 35.00–35.01 MHz, 35.99–36.00 452.98750 ...... do ...... 12 452.99375 ...... do ...... 13 MHz, and 37.00–37–01 MHz are available 453.000 ...... do ...... for assignment for developmental oper- 453.00625 ...... do ...... 13 ation by applicants in this service sub- 453.01250 ...... do ...... 12 ject to the provisions of subpart Q not- 453.01875 ...... do ...... 13 457.9625 ...... Mobile ...... 15 withstanding this limitation. 457.975 ...... do ...... (3) Frequencies in the 25–50 MHz, 150– 457.98125 ...... do ...... 13 170 MHz, 450–512 MHz and 902–928 MHz 457.98750 ...... do ...... 12 457.99375 ...... do ...... 13 bands may be assigned for the oper- 458.000 ...... do ...... ation of Location and Monitoring Serv- 458.00625 ...... do ...... 13 ice (LMS) systems in accordance with 458.01250 ...... do ...... 12 the provisions of subpart M of this 458.01875 ...... do ...... 13 806 to 821 ...... do ...... 3 part, notwithstanding this limitation. 851 to 866 ...... Base or mobile ...... 3 (Secs. 4(i) and 303(r), Communications Act of 896 to 901 ...... Mobile ...... 3 929±930 ...... Base only ...... 9 1934, as amended, §§ 0.131 and 0.331 of the 928 and above ...... Operational fixed ...... 4 Commission’s Rules and 5 U.S.C. 553 (b)(3)(B) 935 to 940 ...... Base or mobile ...... 3 and (d)(3); 47 U.S.C. 154(i) and 303) 1427 to 1435 ...... Operational fixed, base 5 or mobile. [43 FR 54791, Nov. 22, 1978] 2450 to 2500 ...... Base or mobile ...... 6 EDITORIAL NOTE: For FEDERAL REGISTER ci- 8400 to 8500 ...... do ...... 7 tations affecting § 90.69, see the List of CFR 10,550 to 10,680* ...... do ...... Sections Affected in the Finding Aids sec- * The frequencies in the band 10.55±10.68 GHz are avail- tion of this volume. able for Digital Termination Systems and for associated internodal links in the Point-to-Point Microwave Radio Service. No new licenses will be issued under this subpart but current § 90.71 Relay Press Radio Service. licenses will be renewed. (a) Eligibility. Persons primarily en- (c) Explanation of assignment limita- gaged in the publication of a newspaper tions appearing in the frequency table or in the operation of an established of paragraph (b) of this section: press association are eligible to hold (1) The frequencies available in the authorizations in the Relay Press band 72–76 MHz are listed in Radio Service to operate radio stations § 90.257(a)(1). These frequencies are for transmission of communications es- shared with other services and are

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available only in accordance with the (14) Assignment of frequencies in this provisions of § 90.257. band are subject to the provisions of (2) This frequency is shared with the § 90.173 Film and Video Production Radio Serv- (15) This frequency is available for ice. systems first licensed prior to August (3) Subpart S contains rules for as- 18, 1995. No new systems will be author- signment of frequencies in the 806–821/ ized after August 18, 1995, but prior au- 851–866 and 896–901/935–940 MHz bands. thorized systems may be modified, ex- (4) Assignment of frequencies above panded, and renewed. 928 MHz for operational-fixed stations (d) Additional frequencies available. In is governed by part 94 of this chapter. addition to the frequencies shown in (5) This band is available in this serv- the frequency table of this section the ice subject to the provisions of § 90.259. following frequencies are available in (6) Available only on a shared basis this service. (See § 90.253.) with stations in other services, and (1) [Reserved] subject to no protection from inter- (2) Frequencies in the band 73–74.6 ference due to the operation of indus- MHz may be assigned to stations au- trial, scientific, or medical (ISM) de- thorized their use on or before Decem- vices. In the 2483.5–2500 MHz band, no ber 1, 1961, but no new stations will be applications for new or modification to authorized in this band, nor will expan- existing stations to increase the num- sion of existing systems be permitted. ber of transmitters will be accepted. (See also § 90.257.) Existing licensees as of July 25, 1985, or (3) Frequencies in the 421–430 MHz on a subsequent date following as a re- band are available in the Detroit, sult of submitting an application for li- Cleveland, and Buffalo areas in accord- cense on or before July 25, 1985, are ance with the rules in §§ 90.273 through grandfathered and their operation is 90.281. co-primary with the Radiodetermin- ation Satellite Service. (e) Limitation on number of frequencies assignable. Normal only one frequency, (7) Use of this frequency band is lim- or pair of frequencies in the paired fre- ited to developmental operation and is quency mode of operation, will be as- subject to the provisions of subpart Q. signed for mobile service operations by (8) Frequencies in this band will be a single application in a given area. assigned for low power wireless micro- The assignment of an additional fre- phones in accordance with the provi- quency or pair of frequencies will be sions of § 90.265. made only upon a satisfactory showing (9) Frequencies in this band are avail- of need, except that: able only for one-way paging oper- (1) Additional frequencies above 25 ations in accordance with § 90.494. MHz may be assigned in connection (10) Subpart T contains rules for as- with operation of mobile repeaters in signment of frequencies in the 220–222 accordance with § 90.247 notwithstand- MHz band. ing this limitation. (11) The requirements for secondary (2) Frequencies in the ranges 30.56– fixed use of frequencies in this band are 30.57 MHz, 35.00–35.01 MHz, 35.99–36.00 set forth in § 90.261. MHz, and 37.00–37.01 MHz are available (12) This frequency is not available in for assignment to applicants in this the 150–170 MHz band until August 18, service subject to the provisions of sub- 1996. This frequency will be assigned part Q notwithstanding this limitation. with an authorized bandwidth not to exceed 11.25 kHz. In the 450–470 MHz (3) Frequencies in the 25–50 MHz, 150– band, secondary telemetry operations 170 MHz, 450–512 MHz and 902–928 MHz pursuant to § 90.238(e) will be author- bands may be assigned for the oper- ized on this frequency. ation of Location and Monitoring Serv- ice (LMS) systems in accordance with (13) This frequency is not available until August 18, 1996. After August 18, the provisions of subpart M of this 1996 this frequency will be assigned part, notwithstanding this limitation. with an authorized bandwidth not to (Secs. 4(i) and 303(r), Communications Act of exceed 6 kHz. 1934, as amended, §§ 0.131 and 0.331 of the

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Commission’s Rules and 5 U.S.C. 553 (b)(3)(B) the sea, including the exploration for and (d)(3); 47 U.S.C. 154(i) and 303) and development of mining properties. [43 FR 54791, Nov. 22, 1978] (7) Maintaining, patrolling or repair- ing gas or liquid transmission pipe- EDITORIAL NOTE: For FEDERAL REGISTER ci- lines, tank cars, water or waste dis- tations affecting § 90.71, see the List of CFR Sections Affected in the Finding Aids sec- posal wells, industrial storage tanks, tion of this volume. or distribution systems of public utili- ties. Persons establishing eligibility § 90.73 Special Industrial Radio Serv- under this subparagraph may use their ice. radio facilities in connection with the containment and cleanup of industrial (a) Eligibility. Persons regularly en- liquid spillage. gaged in any of the following activities are eligible to hold authorizations in (8) Acidizing, cementing, logging, the Special Industrial Radio Service to perforating, or shooting activities, and operate radio stations for the trans- services of a similar nature incident to mission of only those communications the drilling of new oil or gas wells, or essential to such activities of the li- the maintenance of production from es- censee. (Persons engaging in some ac- tablished wells. tivities which are eligible under this (9) Supplying chemicals, mud, tools, paragraph and in some which are not, pipe, and other materials or equipment and desiring to use radio in connec- unique to the petroleum and gas pro- tions with both types of activities duction industry, as the primary activ- should apply for authorization in the ity of the applicant if delivery, instal- Business Radio Service.) lation or application of these materials requires the use of specifically fitted (1) The operation of farms, ranches, conveyances. or similar land areas, for the quantity (10) The delivery of ice or fuel to the production of crops or plants; vines or consumer for heating, lighting, refrig- trees (excluding forestry operations); eration or power generation purposes, or for the keeping, grazing or feeding of by means other than pipelines or rail- livestock for animal products, animal roads when such products are not to be increase, or value enhancement. Per- resold following their delivery. Persons sons establishing eligibility under this establishing eligibility under this sub- subparagraph may use their radio fa- paragraph may use their radio facili- cilities in connection with the gather- ties in connection with the servicing of ing or processing of products grown or the equipment that uses or consumes raised for them by others. the products delivered. (2) Plowing, soil conditioning, seed- (11) The delivery and pouring of ing, fertilizing, or harvesting for agri- ready mixed concrete or hot asphalt cultural activities. mix. (3) Spraying or dusting of insecti- (b) [Reserved] cides, herbicides, or fungicides, in (c) Frequencies available. The follow- areas other than enclosed structures. ing table indicates frequencies avail- (4) Livestock breeding service. able for assignment to stations in the (5) The operation of a commercial Special Industrial Radio Service to- business regularly engaged in the con- gether with the class of station(s) to struction of roads, bridges, sewer sys- which they are normally assigned, and tems, pipelines, airfields, or water, oil, the specific assignment limitations gas, or power production, collection, or which are explained in paragraph (d) of distribution systems. Other engineer- this section. ing projects, normally classified as heavy construction activities, will be SPECIAL INDUSTRIAL RADIO SERVICE considered on the merits of the show- FREQUENCY TABLE ing made, however, the construction of buildings is not included in this cat- Frequency or band Class of station(s) Limitations egory. Kilohertz (6) The operation of mines for the re- 2,000 to 25,000 ...... Fixed, base or mobile 1 covery of solid fuels, minerals, metal, 2292 ...... Base or mobile ...... 1, 34 rock, sand and gravel from the earth or 2398 ...... do ...... 1, 34

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Frequency or band Class of station(s) Limitations Frequency or band Class of station(s) Limitations

4637.5 ...... do ...... 1, 34 72.56 ...... do ...... 7 72.60 ...... do ...... 7 Megahertz 75.44 ...... do ...... 7 75.48 ...... do ...... 7 30.58 ...... do ...... 2 75.52 ...... do ...... 7 30.60 ...... do ...... 2 75.56 ...... do ...... 7 30.62 ...... do ...... 2 75.60 ...... do ...... 7 30.64 ...... do ...... 34 150 to 170 ...... Base or mobile ...... 39, 42 31.28 ...... do ...... 34 151.490 ...... do ...... 2, 8 31.32 ...... do ...... 29, 34 151.4975 ...... do ...... 2, 8, 35 31.36 ...... do ...... 34 151.505 ...... do ...... 4 31.40 ...... do ...... 29, 34 151.5125 ...... do ...... 4, 35 31.44 ...... do ...... 29, 34 151.520 ...... do ...... 2 31.48 ...... do ...... 29, 31, 34 151.5275 ...... do ...... 2, 35 31.52 ...... do ...... 29, 31, 34 151.535 ...... do ...... 2 31.56 ...... do ...... 34 151.5425 ...... do ...... 2, 35 31.60 ...... do ...... 29, 34 151.550 ...... do ...... 2 31.64 ...... do ...... 29, 31, 34 151.5575 ...... do ...... 2, 35 31.68 ...... do ...... 34 151.565 ...... do ...... 2 31.72 ...... do ...... 29, 31, 34 151.5725 ...... do ...... 2, 35 31.76 ...... do ...... 29, 31, 34 151.580 ...... do ...... 2 31.80 ...... do ...... 34 151.5875 ...... do ...... 2, 35 31.84 ...... do ...... 34 151.595 ...... do ...... 2 31.88 ...... do ...... 34 151.6025 ...... do ...... 2, 35 31.92 ...... do ...... 34 152.465 ...... do ...... 2, 28, 35 31.96 ...... do ...... 34 152.480 ...... do ...... 2, 9, 35, 33.12 ...... do ...... 3, 34 40 35.28 ...... Base or mobile ...... 34 152.8625 ...... do ...... 10, 34, 38 35.32 ...... do ...... 34 152.870 ...... do ...... 10, 34 35.36 ...... do ...... 34 152.8775 ...... do ...... 10, 34, 35 35.40 ...... do ...... 34 152.885 ...... do ...... 2 35.44 ...... do ...... 34 152.8925 ...... do ...... 2, 35 35.48 ...... do ...... 29, 34 152.900 ...... do ...... 2, 10 35.52 ...... do ...... 34 152.9075 ...... do ...... 2, 10, 35 35.74 ...... do ...... 2 152.915 ...... do ...... 2 152.9225 ...... do ...... 2, 35 35.76 ...... do ...... 2 152.930 ...... do ...... 2, 10 35.78 ...... do ...... 2 152.9375 ...... do ...... 2, 10, 35 35.80 ...... do ...... 2 152.945 ...... do ...... 2 35.82 ...... do ...... 2 152.9525 ...... do ...... 2, 35 35.84 ...... do ...... 2 152.960 ...... do ...... 2, 10 35.86 ...... do ...... 2 152.9675 ...... do ...... 2, 10, 35 43.02 ...... do ...... 31, 34 152.975 ...... do ...... 2 43.04 ...... do ...... 4 152.9825 ...... do ...... 2, 35 43.06 ...... do ...... 34 152.990 ...... do ...... 2, 10 43.08 ...... do ...... 34 152.9975 ...... do ...... 2, 10, 35 43.10 ...... do ...... 34 153.005 ...... do ...... 2 43.12 ...... do ...... 34 153.0125 ...... do ...... 2, 35 43.14 ...... do ...... 34 153.020 ...... do ...... 2, 10 43.18 ...... do ...... 2 153.0275 ...... do ...... 2, 10, 35 43.28 ...... do ...... 31, 34 153.035 ...... do ...... 2, 11 43.32 ...... do ...... 34 153.0425 ...... do ...... 2, 11, 35 43.36 ...... do ...... 31, 34 153.050 ...... do ...... 2, 30, 33 43.40 ...... do ...... 31, 34 153.0575 ...... do ...... 2, 30, 33, 43.44 ...... do ...... 34 35 43.48 ...... do ...... 34 153.125 ...... do ...... 2, 30, 33 43.52 ...... do ...... 31, 34 153.1325 ...... do ...... 2, 30, 33, 47.44 ...... do ...... 2 35 47.48 ...... do ...... 2 153.335 ...... do ...... 2, 30 47.52 ...... do ...... 2 153.3425 ...... do ...... 2, 30, 35 47.56 ...... do ...... 32 153.350 ...... do ...... 2, 30 47.60 ...... do ...... 2 153.3575 ...... do ...... 2, 30, 35 47.64 ...... do ...... 2 153.365 ...... do ...... 2, 30 47.68 ...... do ...... 2 153.3725 ...... do ...... 2, 30, 35 49.52 ...... do ...... 34 153.380 ...... do ...... 2, 30 49.54 ...... do ...... 5, 34 153.3875 ...... do ...... 2, 30, 35 49.56 ...... do ...... 2 153.395 ...... do ...... 2, 30 49.58 ...... do ...... 5, 34 153.4025 ...... do ...... 2, 30, 35 72±76 ...... Operational fixed ...... 6 154.45625 ...... Fixed or mobile ...... 12, 13, 15, 72.44 ...... Mobile ...... 7 25 72.48 ...... do ...... 7 154.46375 ...... do ...... 12, 13, 15, 72.52 ...... do ...... 7 26, 27

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154.47125 ...... do ...... 12, 13, 15, 451.85625 ...... do ...... 2, 38 27 451.86250 ...... do ...... 2, 35 154.47875 ...... do ...... 12, 13, 15, 451.86875 ...... do ...... 2, 38 25 451.875 ...... do ...... 2 154.4825 ...... Base or mobile ...... 2, 35 451.88125 ...... do ...... 2, 38 154.490 ...... do ...... 2 451.88750 ...... do ...... 2, 35 154.4975 ...... do ...... 2, 35 451.89375 ...... do ...... 2, 38 154.505 ...... do ...... 2, 35 451.900 ...... do ...... 2 154.625 ...... do ...... 2, 9, 40 451.90625 ...... do ...... 2, 38 154.640 ...... do ...... 2, 9, 35 451.91250 ...... do ...... 2, 35 157.725 ...... do ...... 2, 28 451.91875 ...... do ...... 2, 38 157.740 ...... do ...... 2, 9, 40 451.925 ...... do ...... 2 158.325 ...... do ...... 2, 30, 33 451.93125 ...... do ...... 2, 38 158.3325 ...... do ...... 2, 30, 33, 451.93750 ...... do ...... 2, 35 35 451.94375 ...... do ...... 2, 38 158.355 ...... do ...... 2, 32 451.950 ...... do ...... 2 158.3625 ...... do ...... 2, 32, 35 451.95625 ...... do ...... 2, 38 158.385 ...... do ...... 2 451.96250 ...... do ...... 2, 35 158.3925 ...... do ...... 2, 35 451.96875 ...... do ...... 2, 38 158.400 ...... do ...... 4 451.975 ...... do ...... 2 158.4075 ...... do ...... 4, 35 451.98125 ...... do ...... 2, 38 158.415 ...... do ...... 2, 30, 33 451.98750 ...... do ...... 2, 35 158.4225 ...... do ...... 2, 30, 33, 451.99375 ...... do ...... 2, 38 35 452.000 ...... do ...... 2 158.460 ...... do ...... 2, 9, 40 452.00625 ...... do ...... 2, 38 169 to 172 ...... Mobile, operational 14 452.01250 ...... do ...... 2, 35 fixed. 452.01875 ...... do ...... 2, 38 173.20375 ...... Fixed or mobile ...... 12, 13, 15, 452.025 ...... do ...... 2 27 452.03125 ...... do ...... 2, 38 173.2100 ...... do ...... 12, 15, 16, 452.03750 ...... do ...... 2, 35 27 452.04375 ...... do ...... 2, 38 173.2375 ...... do ...... 12, 13, 15, 452.0625 ...... Mobile ...... 41 25 452.075 ...... Base or mobile ...... 2 173.2625 ...... do ...... 12, 13, 15, 452.08125 ...... do ...... 2, 38 25 452.08750 ...... do ...... 2, 35 173.2875 ...... do ...... 12, 13, 15, 452.09375 ...... do ...... 2, 38 25 452.1125 ...... Mobile ...... 41 173.3125 ...... do ...... 12, 13, 15, 452.125 ...... Base or mobile ...... 2 25 452.13125 ...... do ...... 2, 38 173.3375 ...... do ...... 12, 13, 15, 452.13750 ...... do ...... 2, 35 25 452.14375 ...... do ...... 2, 38 173.3625 ...... do ...... 12, 13, 15, 452.1625 ...... Mobile ...... 41 25 452.175 ...... Base or mobile ...... 2 173.3900 ...... do ...... 12, 15, 16, 452.18125 ...... do ...... 2, 38 27 452.18750 ...... do ...... 2, 35 173.39625 ...... do ...... 12, 13, 15, 452.19375 ...... do ...... 2, 38 27 456.7125 ...... Mobile ...... 41 216 to 220 ...... Base or mobile ...... 17 456.725 ...... do ...... 2 220±222 ...... Base and mobile ...... 37 456.73125 ...... do ...... 2, 38 406±413 ...... Operational fixed ...... 14 456.73750 ...... do ...... 2, 35 450 to 470 ...... Fixed, base, or mobile 18, 39 456.74375 ...... do ...... 2, 38 451.7125 ...... Mobile ...... 41 456.7625 ...... do ...... 41 451.725 ...... Base or mobile ...... 2 456.775 ...... do ...... 2 451.73125 ...... do ...... 2, 38 456.78125 ...... do ...... 2, 38 451.73750 ...... do ...... 2, 35 456.78750 ...... do ...... 2, 35 451.74375 ...... do ...... 2, 38 456.79375 ...... do ...... 2, 38 451.7625 ...... Mobile ...... 41 456.800 ...... Operational fixed, 4, 19 451.775 ...... Base or mobile ...... 2 base or mobile. 451.78125 ...... do ...... 2, 38 456.80625 ...... do ...... 4, 19, 38 451.78750 ...... do ...... 2, 35 456.81250 ...... do ...... 4, 19, 35 451.79375 ...... do ...... 2, 38 456.81875 ...... do ...... 4, 19, 38 451.800 ...... Operational fixed, 4, 19 456.825 ...... Mobile ...... 2 base or mobile. 456.83125 ...... do ...... 2, 38 451.80625 ...... do ...... 4, 19, 38 456.83750 ...... do ...... 2, 35 451.81250 ...... do ...... 4, 19, 35 456.84375 ...... do ...... 2, 38 451.81875 ...... do ...... 4, 19, 38 456.850 ...... do ...... 2 451.825 ...... Base or mobile ...... 2 456.85625 ...... do ...... 2, 38 451.83125 ...... do ...... 2, 38 456.86250 ...... do ...... 2, 35 451.83750 ...... do ...... 2, 35 456.86875 ...... do ...... 2, 38 451.84375 ...... do ...... 2, 38 456.875 ...... do ...... 2 451.850 ...... do ...... 2 456.88125 ...... do ...... 2, 38

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SPECIAL INDUSTRIAL RADIO SERVICE quencies in the place of other oper- FREQUENCY TABLEÐContinued ational circuits permitted by the Com- mission’s Rules. The use of these fre- Frequency or band Class of station(s) Limitations quencies is not subject to § 90.73(f). Cir- 456.88750 ...... do ...... 2, 35 cuits operating on these frequencies 456.89375 ...... do ...... 2, 38 may be used only for the following pur- 456.900 ...... do ...... 2 poses: 456.90625 ...... do ...... 2, 38 456.91250 ...... do ...... 2, 35 (i) Exploratory efforts in mining for 456.91875 ...... do ...... 2, 38 solid fuels, minerals, and metals im- 456.925 ...... do ...... 2 portant to the national interest; 456.93125 ...... do ...... 2, 38 456.93750 ...... do ...... 2, 35 (ii) Repair of pipelines used for the 456.94375 ...... do ...... 2, 38 transmission of fuel or water; and, 456.950 ...... do ...... 2 (iii) Services supporting the explo- 456.95625 ...... do ...... 2, 38 456.96250 ...... do ...... 2, 35 ration for energy or mineral resources 456.96875 ...... do ...... 2, 38 important to the national interest, 456.975 ...... do ...... 2 without which such exploration cannot 456.98125 ...... do ...... 2, 38 be conducted. 456.98750 ...... do ...... 2, 35 456.99375 ...... do ...... 2, 38 (2) This frequency will be assigned 457.000 ...... do ...... 2 only for operation in a permanent area, 457.00625 ...... do ...... 2, 38 normally within 120 km (75 mi.) of a 457.01250 ...... do ...... 2, 35 457.01875 ...... do ...... 2, 38 specified reference point. 457.025 ...... do ...... 2 (3) Operation on this frequency is 457.03125 ...... do ...... 2, 38 limited to a maximum output of 2 457.03750 ...... do ...... 2, 35 457.04375 ...... do ...... 2, 38 watts; and each station authorized will 457.0625 ...... do ...... 41 be classified and licensed as a mobile 457.075 ...... do ...... 2 station. Any units of such a station, 457.08125 ...... do ...... 2, 38 457.08750 ...... do ...... 2, 35 however, may provide the operational 457.09375 ...... do ...... 2, 38 functions of a base or fixed station, on 457.1125 ...... do ...... 41 a secondary basis to mobile service op- 457.125 ...... do ...... 2 erations provided that the separation 457.13125 ...... do ...... 2, 38 457.13750 ...... do ...... 2, 35 between the control point and the cen- 457.14375 ...... do ...... 2, 38 ter of the radiating portion of the an- 457.1625 ...... do ...... 41 tenna of any units so used does not ex- 457.175 ...... do ...... 2 457.18125 ...... do ...... 2, 38 ceed 7.6 m (25 ft). 457.18750 ...... do ...... 2, 35 (4) This frequency will be assigned 457.19375 ...... do ...... 2, 38 only to stations used in itinerant oper- 470 to 512 ...... Base or mobile ...... 20 ations. 806 to 821 ...... Mobile ...... 21 851 to 866 ...... Base or mobile ...... 21 (5) This frequency is shared with the 896 to 901 ...... Mobile ...... 21 Forest Products Radio Service. 928 and above ...... Operational fixed ...... 22 (6) The frequencies available in the 929±930 ...... Base only ...... 36 935 to 940 ...... Base or mobile ...... 21 band 72–76 MHz are listed in 1427 to 1435 ...... Operational fixed, 17 § 90.257(a)(1). These frequencies are base or mobile. shared with other services and are 2450 to 2500 ...... Base or mobile ...... 23 available only in accordance with the 8400 to 8500 ...... do ...... 24 10,550 to 10,680* ...... do ...... provisions of § 90.257. (7) This frequency is available on a * The frequencies in the band 10.55±10.68 GHz are avail- able for Digital Termination Systems and for associated shared basis in the Manufacturers, For- internodal links in the Point-to-Point Microwave Radio Service. est Products, Special Industrial, Rail- No new licenses will be issued under this subpart but current licenses will be renewed. road, and Fire Radio Services and interservice coordination is required. (d) Explanation of assignment limita- All communications must be conducted tions appearing in the fequency table within the boundaries or confines of a of paragraph (c) of this section: plant, factory, shipyard, mill, mine, (1) Only entities engaged in explo- farm, ranch, or construction area. All ration, its support services, and the re- operations on this frequency are sub- pair of pipelines are eligible to use this ject to the provisions of § 90.257(b). spectrum, and then only in accordance (8) This frequency is not available to with § 90.266. Except as provided in this stations in Puerto Rico or the Virgin part, licensees may not use these fre- Islands. Elsewhere, this frequency is

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shared with the Forestry-Conservation (18) The requirements for secondary Radio Service and interservice coordi- fixed use of frequencies in this band are nation is required. set forth in § 90.261. (9) This frequency is available in this (19) Operational fixed assignments on service and in the Forest Products this frequency will only be made to an Radio Service on a secondary basis to itinerant fixed control or relay station one-way paging communications au- on a secondary basis to land-mobile thorized in the Business Radio Service. stations in this service, provided that (10) This frequency is shared with the the fixed relay or control station is to Film and Video Production Radio Serv- be associated with base and mobile fa- ice. cilities authorized to use other fre- (11) This frequency band is shared quencies available for itinerant oper- with the Petroleum Radio Service. ation in this service. All such use of (12) Operational fixed stations must these frequencies for fixed systems is employ directional antennas having a limited to locations 161 or more km. front-to-back ratio of at least 20 dB. (100 mi). from the center of any urban- Omnidirectional antennas having unity ized area of 200,000 or more population, gain may be employed for stations except that the distance may be 120 communicating with at least three re- km. (75 mi.) if the output power does ceiving locations separated by 160° of not exceed 20 watts. All such fixed sys- azimuth. tems are limited to a maximum of two (13) For FM transmitters the sum of frequencies and must employ direc- the highest modulating frequency and tional antennas with a front-to-back the amount of frequency deviation may ratio of at least 15 dB. The centers of not exceed 2.8 kHz and the maximum urbanized areas of 200,000 or more popu- frequency deviation may not exceed 2.5 lation are determined from the appen- kHz. For AM transmitters, the highest dix, page 226, of the U.S. Commerce modulating frequency may not exceed publication, ‘‘Air Line Distance Be- 2.0 kHz. The carrier frequency must be tween Cities in the United States.’’ Ur- maintained within 0.0005 percent and banized areas of 200,000 or more popu- the authorized bandwidth may not ex- lation are defined in the U.S. Census of ceed 6 kHz. Population, 1960, volume 1, table 23, (14) Frequencies in this band will be page 1–50. assigned only for transmitting (20) Subpart L contains rules for as- hydrological or meteorological data or signment of frequencies in the 470–512 for low power wireless microphones in MHz band. accordance with the provisions of (21) Subpart S contains rules for as- § 90.265. signment of frequencies in the 806–821/ (15) This frequency band is shared 851–866 and 896–901/935–940 MHz bands. with the Power, Forest Products, Spe- (22) Assignment of frequencies above cial Industrial, Petroleum, Manufac- 928 MHz for operational-fixed stations turers, Business, and the Local Govern- is governed by part 94 of this chapter. ment Radio Services for remote con- (23) Available only on a shared basis trol and telemetry operations. with stations in other services, and (16) For FM transmitters the sum of subject to no protection from inter- the highest modulation frequency and ference due to the operation of indus- the amount of frequency deviation may trial, scientific, or medical (ISM) de- not exceed 1.7 kHz and the maximum vices. In the 2483.5–2500 MHz band, no deviation may not exceed 1.2 kHz. For applications for new stations or modi- AM transmitters the highest modulat- fication to existing stations to increase ing frequency may not exceed 1.2 kHz. the number of transmitters will be ac- The carrier frequency must be main- cepted. Existing licensees as of July 25, tained within 0.0005 percent and the au- 1985, or on a subsequent date following thorized bandwidth may not exceed 3 as a result of submitting an application kHz. for license on or before July 25, 1985, (17) This frequency band is available are grandfathered, and their operation to stations in the service subject to the is co-primary with the Radiodetermin- provisions of § 90.259. ation Satellite Service.

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(24) Use of this frequency band is lim- degrees; and California north of Lati- ited to developmental operation and is tude 39 degrees. subject to the provisions of subpart Q. (32) This frequency is shared with (25) The maximum effective radiated other Industrial Radio Services and is power (ERP) may not exceed 20 watts available for assignment in the Special for fixed stations and 2 watts for mo- Industrial Radio Service only in the bile stations. The height of the an- States of North Dakota, South Dakota, tenna system may not exceed 15.24 me- Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Col- ters (50 feet) above ground. All such op- orado, and Wyoming east of Latitude eration is on a secondary basis to adja- 106 degrees; and Minnesota south of cent channel land mobile operations. Latitude 47 degrees. The maximum (26) Use of this frequency is limited transmitter output power may not ex- to stations located at least 120.7 km (75 ceed 110 watts. miles) from the center of any urbanized (33) This frequency is not available area of 200, 000 or more population for assignment in the Special Indus- (U.S. Census of Population, 1970). Oper- trial Radio Service within 32 km (20 ation is on a secondary basis to that in miles) of the cities of Duluth, Min- the Power Radio Service. nesota; Des Moines and Davenport, (27) The maximum output power of Iowa; Omaha, Nebraska; Colorado the transmitter may not exceed 50 Springs, Colorado; and Wichita, Kan- watts for fixed stations and 1 watt for sas. mobile stations. A1A, A1D, A2B, A2D, (34) This frequency is for general use F1B, F1D, F2B, F2D, G1B, G1D, G2B, or and may be assigned either for itin- G2D emission may be authorized. erant or permanent use operations. (28) This frequency is shared with the (35) This frequency is not available in Taxicab and Forest Products Radio the 150–170 MHz band until August 18, Services. Use of this frequency is lim- 1996. This frequency will be assigned ited to stations located at least 80.5 km with an authorized bandwidth not to (50 miles) from the center of any urban- exceed 11.25 kHz. In the 450–470 MHz ized area of 600,000 or more population band, secondary telemetry operations (U.S. Census of Population, 1970). All pursuant to § 90.238(e) will be author- operations on this frequency are lim- ized on this frequency. ited to a transmitter output power of (36) Frequencies in this band are 75 watts. available only for one-way paging oper- (29) This frequency is shared with the ations in accordance with § 90.494. Petroleum Radio Service in the States (37) Subpart T contains rules for as- of Texas and Louisiana within 120 km signment of frequencies in the 220–222 (75 miles) of the Gulf of Mexico and in MHz band. adjacent offshore waters. (38) This frequency is not available (30) This frequency is shared with until August 18, 1996. After August 18, other Industrial Radio Services and is 1996 this frequency will be assigned available for assignment in the Special with an authorized bandwidth not to Industrial Radio Service only in the exceed 6 kHz. States of North Dakota, South Dakota, (39) Assignment of frequencies in this Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, and Missouri band are subject to the provisions of beyond 80 km (50 miles) from St. Louis § 90.173. and Kansas City; Wyoming and Colo- (40) This frequency will be authorized rado east of Longitude 106 degrees ex- a channel bandwidth of 25 kHz. cept within a 80 km (50 mile) radius of (41) This frequency is available for Denver; and Minnesota south of Lati- systems first licensed prior to August tude 47 degrees except within a 80 km 18, 1995. No new systems will be author- (50 mile) radius of St. Paul, Minnesota. ized after August 18, 1995, but prior au- The maximum transmitter output thorized systems may be modified, ex- power may not exceed 110 watts. panded, and renewed. (31) This frequency is shared with the (42) Licensees as of August 18, 1995 Forest Products Radio Service in the who operate systems that are 2.5 kHz States of Washington; Oregon; Idaho; removed from regularly assignable fre- Nevada; Montana west of Longitude 110 quencies may continue to operate on a

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secondary, non-interference basis after ufacturers Radio Services, are also August 1, 2003. available, with the exception of the fre- (e) Additional frequencies available. In quency 154.57 MHz, for assignment in addition to the frequencies shown in this service for use in Hawaii, Puerto the frequency table of this section, the Rico, and the Virgin Islands, subject to following frequencies are available in the same limitations as apply in the this service: (See also § 90.253) Petroleum Forest Products, and Manu- (1) Frequencies may be substituted facturers Radio Services. Operation on for those available below 25 MHz in ac- such frequencies is secondary to sta- cordance with the provisions of § 90.263. tions operating in the Petroleum, For- (2) [Reserved] est Products, or Manufacturers Radio (3) Frequencies in the band 73.0–74.6 Services and their use will be termi- MHz may be assigned to stations au- nated if they are needed in the areas thorized their use on or before Decem- concerned in any of those services. ber 1, 1961, but no new stations will be (6) Frequencies in the 421–430 MHz authorized in this band, nor will expan- band are available in the Detroit, sion of existing systems be permitted. Cleveland, and Buffalo areas in accord- (See also § 90.257.) ance with the rules in §§ 90.273 through (4) The following frequencies are 90.281. available only in Puerto Rico and the (f) Limitation on number of frequencies Virgin Islands. These ‘‘Base and Mo- assignable. Normally only one fre- bile’’ and ‘‘Mobile only’’ frequencies quency, or pair of frequencies in the are available on a shared basis in the paired frequency mode of operation, Forestry-Conservation and Railroad will be assigned for mobile service op- Radio Services respectively. These erations by a single applicant in a ‘‘Mobile only’’ frequencies may be as- given area. The assignment of an addi- signed to a control station associated tional frequency or pair of frequencies with a mobile relay system if it is also will be made only upon a satisfactory assigned to the associated mobile sta- showing of need, except that: tion. (1) Additional frequencies above 25 MHz may be assigned in connection Base and mobile Mobile only with operation of mobile repeaters in 159.240 ...... 160.410 accordance with § 90.247, notwithstand- 159.2475 ...... 160.4175 ing this limitation. 159.255 ...... 160.425 (2) Frequencies in the ranges 30.56– 159.2625 ...... 160.4325 159.270 ...... 160.440 30.57 MHz, 35.00–35.01 MHz, 35.99–36.00 159.2775 ...... 160.4475 MHz and 37.00–37.01 MHz are available 159.285 ...... 160.455 for assignment to applicants in this 159.2925 ...... 160.4625 159.300 ...... 160.470 service subject to the provisions of sub- 159.3075 ...... 160.4775 part Q notwithstanding this limitation. 159.315 ...... 160.485 (3) Authorization for more than one 159.3225 ...... 160.4925 mobile frequency in the band 72–76 MHz 159.330 ...... 160.500 159.3375 ...... 160.5075 will be issued notwithstanding this 159.345 ...... 160.515 limitation. 159.3525 ...... 160.5225 (4) Frequencies in the 25–50 MHz, 150– 159.360 ...... 160.530 159.3675 ...... 160.5375 170 MHz, 450–512 MHz and 902–928 MHz 159.375 ...... 160.545 bands may be assigned for the oper- 159.3825 ...... 160.5525 ation of Location and Monitoring Serv- 159.390 ...... 160.560 ice (LMS) systems in accordance with 159.3975 ...... 160.5675 159.405 ...... 160.575 the provisions of subpart M of this 159.4125 ...... 160.5825 part, notwithstanding this limitation. 159.420 ...... 160.590 (5) This limitation shall not apply to 159.4275 ...... 160.5975 159.435 ...... 160.605 paragraph (d)(1) of this section. 159.4425 ...... 160.6125 (g) Limitation on itinerant operation. Base or mobile stations being utilized (5) frequencies in itinerant operation will be author- above 152 MHz which are listed else- ized only on base or mobile frequencies where in this part as available to the designated for itinerant operation Petroleum, Forest Products, and Man- under § 90.73(d)(4).

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(Secs. 4(i) and 303(r), Communications Act of BUSINESS RADIO SERVICE FREQUENCY TABLEÐ 1934, as amended, §§ 0.131 and 0.331 of the Continued Commission’s Rules and 5 U.S.C. 553 (b)(3)(B) and (d)(3); 47 U.S.C. 154(i) and 303) Frequency or band Class of station(s) Limitations

[43 FR 54791, Nov. 22, 1978] 35.08 ...... do ...... 1, 2 EDITORIAL NOTE: For FEDERAL REGISTER ci- 35.10 ...... do ...... 1, 2 35.12 ...... do ...... 1, 2 tations affecting § 90.73, see the List of CFR 35.14 ...... do ...... 1, 2 Sections Affected in the Finding Aids sec- 35.18 ...... do ...... 1, 2 tion of this volume. 35.70 ...... do ...... 2 35.72 ...... do ...... 2 § 90.75 Business Radio Service. 35.88 ...... do ...... 1, 2 35.90 ...... do ...... 1, 2 (a) Eligibility. Persons primarily en- 35.92 ...... do ...... 1, 2 gaged in any of the following activities 35.94 ...... do ...... are eligible to hold authorizations in 35.96 ...... do ...... 35.98 ...... do ...... the Business Radio Service to provide 42.96 ...... do ...... 1, 2 commercial mobile radio service as de- 42.98 ...... Mobile ...... 4, 22 fined in part 20 of this chapter or to op- 43.00 ...... Base or Mobile ...... 1, 2 72 to 76 ...... Operational fixed ...... 7 erate stations for transmission of com- 74.61 ...... Mobile ...... 45 munications necessary to such activi- 74.63 ...... do ...... 45 ties of the licensee: 74.65 ...... do ...... 45 74.67 ...... do ...... 45 (1) The operation of a commercial ac- 74.69 ...... do ...... 45 tivity. 74.71 ...... do ...... 45 (2) The operation of educational, 74.73 ...... do ...... 45 philanthropic, or ecclesiastical institu- 74.75 ...... do ...... 45 74.77 ...... do ...... 45 tions. 74.79 ...... do ...... 45 (3) Clergymen activities. 75.21 ...... do ...... 45 (4) The operation of hospitals, clinics 75.23 ...... do ...... 45 75.25 ...... do ...... 45 or medical associations. 75.27 ...... do ...... 45 (b) Frequencies available. The follow- 75.29 ...... do ...... 45 ing table indicates frequencies avail- 75.31 ...... do ...... 45 able for assignment to stations in the 75.33 ...... do ...... 45 75.35 ...... do ...... 45 Business Radio Service together with 75.37 ...... do ...... 45 the class of station(s) to which they 75.39 ...... do ...... 45 are normally assigned, and the specific 150 to 170 ...... Base or Mobile ...... 48, 54 150.815 ...... Mobile ...... 8 assignment limitations, which are ex- 150.830 ...... Base ...... 8, 10, 12, plained in paragraph (c) of this section. 49, 55 150.845 ...... Base or Mobile ...... 8 BUSINESS RADIO SERVICE FREQUENCY TABLE 150.8525 ...... do ...... 8, 24 150.860 ...... do ...... 8 Frequency or band Class of station(s) Limitations 150.8675 ...... do ...... 8, 24 150.875 ...... do ...... 8 Megahertz 150.8825 ...... do ...... 8, 24 150.890 ...... do ...... 8 27.43 ...... Base or Mobile ...... 1, 2 150.8975 ...... do ...... 8, 24 27.45 ...... do ...... 1, 2 150.905 ...... do ...... 8 27.47 ...... do ...... 1, 2 150.920 ...... Base ...... 8, 10, 12, 27.49 ...... do ...... 1, 3 49, 55 27.51 ...... Mobile ...... 4 150.935 ...... Base or Mobile ...... 8 27.53 ...... do ...... 4 150.9425 ...... do ...... 8, 24 30.76 ...... Base or Mobile ...... 1, 2 150.950 ...... do ...... 8 30.80 ...... do ...... 1, 2 150.9575 ...... do ...... 8, 24 30.84 ...... Mobile ...... 4, 22 150.965 ...... do ...... 8 30.88 ...... Base or Mobile ...... 1, 2 150.9725 ...... do ...... 8, 24 30.92 ...... do ...... 1, 2 150.995 ...... do ...... 8 30.96 ...... do ...... 1, 2 151.0025 ...... do ...... 8, 24 31.00 ...... do ...... 1, 2 151.010 ...... do ...... 8 31.04 ...... do ...... 1, 2 151.0175 ...... do ...... 8, 24 31.16 ...... do ...... 1, 2 151.025 ...... do ...... 8 31.20 ...... do ...... 1, 2 151.0325 ...... do ...... 8, 24 31.24 ...... do ...... 1, 2 151.040 ...... do ...... 8 33.14 ...... Mobile ...... 4, 22 151.0475 ...... do ...... 8, 24 33.16 ...... Base or Mobile ...... 1, 2 151.055 ...... do ...... 8 33.40 ...... Mobile ...... 6, 22 151.070 ...... Base ...... 8, 10, 12, 35.02 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 22 49, 55 35.04 ...... Base or Mobile ...... 1, 3 151.085 ...... Base or Mobile ...... 8 35.06 ...... do ...... 1, 2 151.0925 ...... do ...... 8, 24

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151.100 ...... do ...... 8 151.835 ...... Base or Mobile ...... 1, 2 151.1075 ...... do ...... 8, 24 151.8425 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24 151.115 ...... do ...... 8 151.850 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24 151.1225 ...... do ...... 8, 24 151.8575 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24 151.130 ...... do ...... 8 151.865 ...... do ...... 1, 2 151.1375 ...... do ...... 8, 24 151.880 ...... Mobile ...... 13, 22, 47, 151.145 ...... do ...... 8 51 151.1525 ...... do ...... 8, 24 151.895 ...... Base or Mobile ...... 1, 2 151.160 ...... do ...... 8 151.9025 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24 151.1675 ...... do ...... 8, 24 151.910 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24 151.175 ...... do ...... 8 151.9175 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24 151.190 ...... Base ...... 8, 10, 12, 151.925 ...... do ...... 49, 55 151.940 ...... Mobile ...... 13, 22, 47, 151.205 ...... Base or Mobile ...... 8 51 151.2125 ...... do ...... 8, 24 151.955 ...... Base or Mobile ...... 151.220 ...... do ...... 8 151.9625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24 151.2275 ...... do ...... 8, 24 151.970 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24 151.235 ...... do ...... 8 151.9775 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24 151.2425 ...... do ...... 8, 24 152.300 ...... do ...... 9 151.250 ...... do ...... 8 152.3075 ...... do ...... 9, 24 151.2575 ...... do ...... 8, 24 152.315 ...... do ...... 1, 9 151.265 ...... do ...... 8 152.3225 ...... do ...... 1, 9, 24 151.2725 ...... do ...... 8, 24 152.345 ...... do ...... 1, 9 151.280 ...... do ...... 8 152.3525 ...... do ...... 1, 9, 24 151.2875 ...... do ...... 8, 24 152.360 ...... do ...... 9 151.295 ...... do ...... 8 152.3675 ...... do ...... 9, 24 151.310 ...... Base ...... 8, 10, 12, 152.375 ...... do ...... 1, 9 49, 55 152.3825 ...... do ...... 1, 9, 24 151.325 ...... Base or Mobile ...... 8 152.405 ...... do ...... 1, 9 151.3325 ...... do ...... 8, 24 152.4125 ...... do ...... 1, 9, 24 151.340 ...... do ...... 8 152.420 ...... do ...... 9 151.3475 ...... do ...... 8, 24 152.4275 ...... do ...... 9, 24 151.355 ...... do ...... 8 152.480 ...... Base ...... 10, 11, 12, 151.3625 ...... do ...... 8, 24 49, 55 151.370 ...... do ...... 8 154.45625 ...... Mobile ...... 18, 19, 36 151.3775 ...... do ...... 8, 24 154.46375 ...... do ...... 18, 19, 35, 151.385 ...... do ...... 8 37 151.3925 ...... do ...... 8, 24 154.47125 ...... do ...... 18, 19, 35 151.400 ...... do ...... 8 154.515 ...... Base or Mobile ...... 1, 2 151.4075 ...... do ...... 8, 24 154.5275 ...... Mobile ...... 3, 30, 47 151.415 ...... do ...... 8 154.540 ...... Base or Mobile ...... 1, 2 151.4225 ...... do ...... 8, 24 154.5475 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24 151.430 ...... do ...... 8 154.555 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 46 151.4375 ...... do ...... 8, 24 154.570 ...... Mobile ...... 4, 13, 22 151.445 ...... do ...... 8 154.585 ...... do ...... 4, 13, 22, 151.4525 ...... do ...... 8, 24 38, 24 151.460 ...... do ...... 8 154.600 ...... do ...... 4, 14, 22 151.4675 ...... do ...... 8, 24 154.610 ...... Base or Mobile ...... 1, 2, 46 151.475 ...... do ...... 8 154.625 ...... Base ...... 10, 11, 15, 151.4825 ...... do ...... 8, 24 49 151.625 ...... do ...... 1, 3 154.640 ...... do ...... 10, 11, 15, 151.640 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 46 24 151.6475 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24 157.560 ...... Base or Mobile ...... 9 151.655 ...... do ...... 1, 2 157.5675 ...... do ...... 9, 24 151.6625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24 157.575 ...... Mobile ...... 1, 9 151.670 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24 157.5825 ...... do ...... 1, 9, 24 151.6775 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24 157.605 ...... Mobile ...... 1, 9 151.685 ...... do ...... 1, 2 157.6125 ...... do ...... 1, 9, 24 151.700 ...... do ...... 3, 30, 47 157.620 ...... Base or Mobile ...... 9 151.715 ...... do ...... 1, 2 157.6275 ...... do ...... 9, 24 151.7225 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24 157.635 ...... Mobile ...... 1, 9 151.730 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24 157.6425 ...... do ...... 1, 9, 24 151.7375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24 157.665 ...... Mobile ...... 1, 9 151.745 ...... do ...... 1, 2 157.6725 ...... do ...... 1, 9, 24 151.760 ...... do ...... 3, 30, 47 157.680 ...... do ...... 9 151.775 ...... do ...... 1, 2 157.6875 ...... do ...... 9, 24 151.7825 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24 157.740 ...... Base ...... 10, 11, 12, 151.790 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24 49, 55 151.7975 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24 158.460 ...... do ...... 10, 11, 12, 151.805 ...... do ...... 1, 2 15, 49 151.820 ...... Mobile ...... 13, 22, 47, 169 to 172 ...... Mobile, operational 17 51 fixed.

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173.20375 ...... Mobile ...... 18, 19, 35 460.725 ...... do ...... 2, 15, 25, 173.2100 ...... do ...... 18, 20, 35 26 173.2375 ...... do ...... 18, 19, 36 460.73125 ...... do ...... 2, 15, 25, 173.2625 ...... do ...... 18, 19, 36 26, 46 173.2875 ...... do ...... 18, 19, 36 460.73750 ...... do ...... 2, 15, 24, 173.3125 ...... do ...... 18, 19, 36 25, 26, 53 173.3375 ...... do ...... 18, 19, 36 460.74375 ...... do ...... 2, 15, 25, 173.3625 ...... do ...... 18, 19, 36 26, 46 173.3900 ...... do ...... 18, 20, 35 460.750 ...... do ...... 2, 15, 25, 173.39625 ...... do ...... 18, 19, 35 26 216 to 220 ...... Base or Mobile ...... 21 460.75625 ...... do ...... 2, 15, 25, 220±222 ...... Base and mobile ...... 44 26, 46 406 to 413 ...... Operational fixed ...... 17 460.76250 ...... do ...... 2, 15, 24, 450 to 470 ...... Base or Mobile ...... 48 25, 26, 53 457.5125 ...... Mobile ...... 50 460.76875 ...... do ...... 2, 15, 25, 457.525 ...... do ...... 4, 14, 22, 26, 46 23 460.775 ...... do ...... 2, 15, 25, 457.53125 ...... do ...... 4, 14, 22, 26 23, 46 460.78125 ...... do ...... 2, 15, 25, 457.53750 ...... do ...... 4, 14, 22, 26, 46 23, 24 460.78750 ...... do ...... 2, 15, 24, 457.54375 ...... do ...... 4, 14, 22, 25, 26, 53 23, 46 460.79375 ...... do ...... 2, 15, 25, 457.550 ...... do ...... 4, 14, 22, 26, 46 23 457.55625 ...... do ...... 4, 14, 22, 460.800 ...... do ...... 2, 15, 25, 23, 46 26 457.56250 ...... do ...... 4, 14, 22, 460.80625 ...... do ...... 2, 15, 25, 23, 24 26, 46 457.56875 ...... do ...... 4, 14, 22, 460.81250 ...... do ...... 2, 15, 24, 23, 46 25, 26, 53 457.575 ...... do ...... 4, 14, 22, 460.81875 ...... do ...... 2, 15, 25, 23 26, 46 457.58125 ...... do ...... 4, 14, 22, 460.825 ...... do ...... 2, 15, 25, 23, 46 26 457.58750 ...... do ...... 4, 14, 22, 460.83125 ...... do ...... 2, 15, 25, 23, 24 26, 46 457.59375 ...... do ...... 4, 14, 22, 460.83750 ...... do ...... 2, 15, 24, 23, 46 25, 26, 53 457.600 ...... do ...... 4, 14, 22, 460.84375 ...... do ...... 2, 15, 25, 23 26, 46 457.60625 ...... do ...... 4, 14, 22, 460.850 ...... do ...... 2, 15, 25, 23, 46 26 457.61250 ...... do ...... 4, 14, 22, 460.85625 ...... do ...... 2, 15, 25, 23, 24 26, 46 457.61875 ...... do ...... 4, 14, 22, 460.86250 ...... do ...... 2, 15, 24, 23, 46 25, 26, 53 460.650 ...... Base or Mobile ...... 2, 15, 25, 460.86875 ...... do ...... 2, 15, 25, 26 26, 46 460.65625 ...... do ...... 2, 15, 25, 460.875 ...... do ...... 2, 15, 25, 26, 46 26 460.66250 ...... do ...... 2, 15, 24, 460.88125 ...... do ...... 2, 15, 25, 25, 26, 53 26, 46 460.66875 ...... do ...... 2, 15, 25, 460.88750 ...... do ...... 2, 15, 24, 26, 46 25, 26, 53 460.675 ...... do ...... 2, 15, 25, 460.89375 ...... do ...... 2, 15, 25, 26 26, 46 460.68125 ...... do ...... 2, 15, 25, 460.900 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 27, 39, 26, 46 40 460.68750 ...... do ...... 2, 15, 24, 460.90625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 27, 39, 25, 26, 53 40, 46 460.69375 ...... do ...... 2, 15, 25, 460.91250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 27, 26, 46 39, 40 460.700 ...... do ...... 2, 15, 25, 460.91875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 27, 39, 26 40, 46 460.70625 ...... do ...... 2, 15, 25, 460.925 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 27, 39, 26, 46 40 460.71250 ...... do ...... 2, 15, 24, 460.93125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 27, 39, 25, 26, 53 40, 46 460.71875 ...... do ...... 2, 15, 25, 460.93750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 27, 26, 46 39, 40

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460.94375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 27, 39, 461.30625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 40, 46 461.31250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 460.950 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 27, 39, 461.31875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 40 461.325 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 460.95625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 27, 39, 461.33125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 40, 46 461.33750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 460.96250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 27, 461.34375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 39, 40 461.350 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 460.96875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 27, 39, 461.35625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 40, 46 461.36250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 460.975 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 28, 39, 461.36875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 40 461.375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 460.98125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 28, 39, 461.38125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 40, 46 461.38750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 460.98750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 28, 461.39375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 39, 40 461.400 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 460.99375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 28, 39, 461.40625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 40, 46 461.41250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 461.000 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 28, 39, 461.41875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 40 461.425 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 461.00625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 28, 39, 461.43125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 40, 46 461.43750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 461.01250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 28, 461.44375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 39, 40 461.450 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 461.01875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 28, 39, 461.45625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 40, 46 461.46250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 461.025 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 461.46875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.03125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.475 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 461.03750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 461.48125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.04375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.48750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 461.050 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 461.49375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.05625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.500 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 461.06250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 461.50625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.06875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.51250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 461.075 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 461.51875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.08125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.525 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 461.08750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 461.53125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.09375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.53750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 461.100 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 461.54375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.10625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.550 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 461.11250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 461.55625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.11875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.56250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 461.125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 461.56875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.13125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.575 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 461.13750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 461.58125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.14375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.58750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 461.150 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 461.59375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.15625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.600 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 461.16250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 461.60625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.16875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.61250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 461.175 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 461.61875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.18125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 461.18750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 461.63125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.19375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.63750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 461.200 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 461.64375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.20625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.650 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 461.21250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 461.65625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.21875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.66250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 461.225 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 461.66875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.23125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.675 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 461.23750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 461.68125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.24375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.68750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 461.250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 461.69375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.25625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.700 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 461.26250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 461.70625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.26875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.71250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 461.275 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 461.71875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.28125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.725 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 461.28750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 461.73125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.29375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.73750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 461.300 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 461.74375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46

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461.750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 462.19375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.75625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 462.750 ...... Base ...... 10, 49, 55 461.76250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 462.7625 ...... Mobile ...... 52 461.76875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 462.775 ...... Base ...... 10, 49, 55 461.775 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 462.7875 ...... Mobile ...... 52 461.78125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 462.800 ...... Base ...... 10, 49, 55 461.78750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 462.8125 ...... Mobile ...... 52 461.79375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 462.825 ...... Base ...... 10, 49, 55 461.800 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 462.8375 ...... Mobile ...... 52 461.80625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 462.850 ...... Base ...... 10, 49, 55 461.81250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 462.8625 ...... Mobile ...... 52 461.81875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 462.875 ...... Base ...... 10, 49, 55 461.825 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 462.8875 ...... Mobile ...... 52 461.83125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 462.900 ...... Base ...... 10, 49, 55 461.83750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 462.9125 ...... Mobile ...... 52 461.84375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 462.925 ...... Base ...... 10, 49, 55 461.850 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 462.93750 ...... Mobile ...... 52 461.85625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 462.94375 ...... Base or Mobile ...... 46 461.86250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 463.200 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 461.86875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.20625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 463.21250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 461.88125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.21875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.88750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 463.225 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 461.89375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.23125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.900 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 463.23750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 461.90625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.24375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.91250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 463.250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 461.91875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.25625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.925 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 463.26250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 461.93125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.26875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.93750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 463.275 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 461.94375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.28125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.950 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 463.28750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 461.95625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.29375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.96250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 463.300 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 461.96875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.30625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.975 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 463.31250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 461.98125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.31875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 461.98750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 463.325 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 461.99375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.33125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 462.000 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 463.33750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 462.00625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.34375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 462.01250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 463.350 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 462.01875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.35625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 462.025 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 463.36250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 462.03125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.36875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 462.03750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 463.375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 462.04375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.38125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 462.050 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 463.38750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 462.05625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.39375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 462.06250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 463.400 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 462.06875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.40625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 462.075 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 463.41250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 462.08125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.41875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 462.08750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 463.425 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 462.09375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.43125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 462.100 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 463.43750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 462.10625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.44375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 462.11250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 463.450 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 462.11875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.45625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 462.125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 463.46250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 462.13125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.46875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 462.13750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 463.475 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 462.14375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.48125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 462.150 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 463.48750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 462.15625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.49375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 462.16250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 463.500 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 462.16875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.50625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 462.175 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 463.51250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 462.18125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.51875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 462.18750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 463.525 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26

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463.53125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.975 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 463.53750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 463.98125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.54375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.98750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 463.550 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 463.99375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.55625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 464.000 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 463.56250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 464.00625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.56875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 464.01250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 463.575 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 464.01875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.58125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 464.025 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 463.58750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 464.03125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.59375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 464.03750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 463.600 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 464.04375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.60625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 464.050 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 463.61250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 464.05625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.61875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 464.06250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 463.625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 464.06875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.63125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 464.075 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 463.63750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 464.08125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.64375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 464.08750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 463.650 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 464.09375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.65625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 464.100 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 463.66250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 464.10625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.66875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 464.11250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 463.675 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 464.11875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.68125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 464.125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 463.68750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 464.13125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.69375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 464.13750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 463.700 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 464.14375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.70625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 464.150 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 464.15625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.71250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 464.16250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 463.71875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 464.16875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.725 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 464.175 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 463.73125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 464.18125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.73750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 464.18750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 463.74375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 464.19375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 464.200 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 463.75625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 464.20625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.76250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 464.21250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 463.76875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 464.21875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.775 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 464.225 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 463.78125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 464.23125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.78750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 464.23750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 463.79375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 464.24375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.800 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 464.250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 463.80625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 464.25625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.81250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 464.26250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 463.81875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 464.26875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.825 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 464.275 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 463.83125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 464.28125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.83750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 464.28750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 463.84375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 464.29375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.850 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 464.300 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 463.85625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 464.30625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.86250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 464.31250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 463.86875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 464.31875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 464.325 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 29 463.88125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 464.33125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 29, 463.88750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 46 463.89375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 464.33750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26, 463.900 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 29 463.90625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 464.34375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 29, 463.91250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 46 463.91875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 464.350 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 463.925 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 464.35625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.93125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 464.36250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 463.93750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 464.36875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 463.94375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 464.375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 29 463.950 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 464.38125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 29, 463.95625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 46 463.96250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 464.38750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26, 463.96875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 29

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464.39375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 29, 464.750 ...... do ...... 1, 26 46 464.75625 ...... do ...... 1, 26, 46 464.400 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 464.76250 ...... do ...... 1, 24, 26 464.40625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 464.76875 ...... do ...... 1, 26, 46 464.41250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 464.775 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 29 464.41875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 464.78125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 29, 464.425 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 29 46 464.43125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 29, 464.78750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26, 46 29 464.43750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26, 464.79375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 29, 29 46 464.44375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 29, 464.800 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 46 464.80625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 464.450 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 464.81250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 464.45625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 464.81875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 464.46250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 464.825 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 29 464.46875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 464.83125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 29, 464.475 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 29 46 464.48125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 29, 464.83750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26, 46 29 464.4875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26, 464.84375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 29, 29 46 464.500 ...... do ...... 3, 30 464.850 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 464.5125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26, 464.85625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 29 464.86250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 464.51875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 29, 464.86875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 46 464.875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 29 464.525 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 29 464.88125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 29, 464.53125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 29, 46 46 464.88750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26, 464.5375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26, 29 29 464.89375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 29, 464.550 ...... do ...... 3, 30 46 464.5625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26, 464.900 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 29 464.90625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 464.56875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 29, 464.91250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 46 464.91875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 464.575 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 29 464.925 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 29 464.58125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 29, 464.93125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 29, 46 46 464.58750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26, 464.93750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26, 29 29 464.59375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 29, 464.94375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 29, 46 46 464.600 ...... do ...... 1, 26 464.950 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 464.60625 ...... do ...... 1, 26, 46 464.95625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 464.61250 ...... do ...... 1, 24, 26 464.96250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 464.61875 ...... do ...... 1, 26, 46 464.96875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 464.625 ...... do ...... 1, 26 464.975 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 29 464.63125 ...... do ...... 1, 26, 46 464.98125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 29, 464.63750 ...... do ...... 1, 24, 26 46 464.64375 ...... do ...... 1, 26, 46 464.98750 ...... Mobile ...... 52 464.650 ...... do ...... 1, 26 465.000 ...... Base ...... 10, 30, 49 464.65625 ...... do ...... 1, 26, 46 465.01250 ...... Mobile ...... 52 464.66250 ...... do ...... 1, 24, 26 465.01875 ...... do ...... 30, 46 464.66875 ...... do ...... 1, 26, 46 465.650 ...... do ...... 2, 4, 25, 26, 464.675 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 29 31 464.68125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 29, 465.65625 ...... do ...... 2, 4, 25, 26, 46 31, 46 464.68750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26, 465.66250 ...... do ...... 2, 4, 24, 25, 29 26, 31, 53 464.69375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 29, 465.66875 ...... do ...... 2, 4, 25, 26, 46 31, 46 464.700 ...... do ...... 1, 26 465.675 ...... do ...... 2, 4, 25, 26, 464.70625 ...... do ...... 1, 26, 46 31 464.71250 ...... do ...... 1, 24, 26 465.68125 ...... do ...... 2, 4, 25, 26, 464.71875 ...... do ...... 1, 26, 46 31, 46 464.725 ...... do ...... 1, 26 465.68750 ...... do ...... 2, 4, 24, 25, 464.73125 ...... do ...... 1, 26, 46 26, 31, 53 464.73750 ...... do ...... 1, 24, 26 465.69375 ...... do ...... 2, 4, 25, 26, 464.74375 ...... do ...... 1, 26, 46 31, 46

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465.700 ...... do ...... 2, 4, 25, 26, 465.925 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 27, 39 31 465.93125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 27, 39, 465.70625 ...... do ...... 2, 4, 25, 26, 46 31, 46 465.93750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 27, 465.71250 ...... do ...... 2, 4, 24, 25, 39 26, 31, 53 465.94375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 27, 39, 465.71875 ...... do ...... 2, 4, 25, 26, 46 31, 46 465.950 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 27, 39 465.725 ...... do ...... 2, 4, 25, 26, 465.95625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 27, 39, 31 46 465.73125 ...... do ...... 2, 4, 25, 26, 465.96250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 27, 31, 46 39 465.73750 ...... do ...... 2, 4, 24, 25, 465.96875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 27, 39, 26, 31, 53 46 465.74375 ...... do ...... 2, 4, 25, 26, 465.975 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 28, 39 31, 46 465.98125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 28, 39, 465.750 ...... do ...... 2, 4, 25, 26, 46 31 465.98750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 28, 465.75625 ...... do ...... 2, 4, 25, 26, 39 31, 46 465.99375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 28, 39, 465.76250 ...... do ...... 2, 4, 24, 25, 46 26, 31, 53 466.000 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 28, 39 465.76875 ...... do ...... 2, 4, 25, 26, 466.00625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 28, 39, 31, 46 46 465.775 ...... do ...... 2, 4, 25, 26, 466.01250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 28, 31 39, 53 465.78125 ...... do ...... 2, 4, 25, 26, 466.01875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 28, 39, 31, 46 46 465.78750 ...... do ...... 2, 4, 24, 25, 466.025 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 26, 31, 53 466.03125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 465.79375 ...... do ...... 2, 4, 25, 26, 466.03750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 31, 46 466.04375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 465.800 ...... do ...... 2, 4, 25, 26, 466.050 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 31 466.05625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 465.80625 ...... do ...... 2, 4, 25, 26, 466.06250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 31, 46 466.06875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 465.81250 ...... do ...... 2, 4, 24, 25, 466.075 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 26, 31, 53 466.08125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 465.81875 ...... do ...... 2, 4, 25, 26, 466.08750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 31, 46 466.09375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 465.825 ...... do ...... 2, 4, 25, 26, 466.100 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 31 466.10625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 465.83125 ...... do ...... 2, 4, 25, 26, 466.11250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 31, 46 466.11875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 465.83750 ...... do ...... 2, 4, 24, 25, 466.125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 26, 31, 53 466.13125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 465.84375 ...... do ...... 2, 4, 25, 26, 466.13750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 31, 46 466.14375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 465.850 ...... do ...... 2, 4, 25, 26, 466.150 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 31 466.15625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 465.85625 ...... do ...... 2, 4, 25, 26, 466.16250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 31, 46 466.16875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 465.86250 ...... do ...... 2, 4, 24, 25, 466.175 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 26, 31, 53 466.18125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 465.86875 ...... do ...... 2, 4, 25, 26, 466.18750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 31, 46 466.19375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 465.875 ...... do ...... 2, 4, 25, 26, 466.200 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 31 466.20625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 465.88125 ...... do ...... 2, 4, 25, 26, 466.21250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 31, 46 466.21875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 465.88750 ...... do ...... 2, 4, 24, 25, 466.225 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 26, 31, 53 466.23125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 465.89375 ...... do ...... 2, 4, 25, 26, 466.23750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 31, 46 466.24375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 465.900 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 27, 39 466.250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 465.90625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 27, 39, 466.25625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 46 466.26250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 465.91250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 27, 466.26875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 39 466.275 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 465.91875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 27, 39, 466.28125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 46 466.28750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26

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Frequency or band Class of station(s) Limitations Frequency or band Class of station(s) Limitations

466.29375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.73750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 466.300 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 466.74375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.30625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 466.31250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 466.75625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.31875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.76250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 466.325 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 466.76875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.33125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.775 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 466.33750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 466.78125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.34375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.78750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 466.350 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 466.79375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.35625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.800 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 466.36250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 466.80625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.36875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.81250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 466.375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 466.81875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.38125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.825 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 466.38750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 466.83125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.39375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.83750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 466.400 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 466.84375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.40625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.850 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 466.41250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 466.85625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.41875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.86250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 466.425 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 466.86875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.43125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 466.43750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 466.88125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.44375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.88750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 466.450 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 466.89375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.45625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.900 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 466.46250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 466.90625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.46875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.91250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 466.475 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 466.91875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.48125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.925 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 466.48750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 466.93125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.49375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.93750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 466.500 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 466.94375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.50625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.950 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 466.51250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 466.95625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.51875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.96250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 466.525 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 466.96875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.53125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.975 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 466.53750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 466.98125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.54375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.98750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 466.550 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 466.99375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.55625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 467.000 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 466.56250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 467.00625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.56875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 467.01250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 466.575 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 467.01875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.58125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 467.025 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 466.58750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 467.03125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.59375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 467.03750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 466.600 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 467.04375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.60625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 467.050 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 466.61250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 467.05625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.61875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 467.06250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 466.625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 467.06875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.63125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 467.075 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 466.63750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 467.08125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.64375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 467.08750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 466.650 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 467.09375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.65625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 467.100 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 466.66250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 467.10625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.66875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 467.11250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 466.675 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 467.11875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.68125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 467.125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 466.68750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 467.13125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.69375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 467.13750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 466.700 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 467.14375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.70625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 467.150 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 466.71250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 467.15625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.71875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 467.16250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 466.725 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 467.16875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 466.73125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 467.175 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26

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Frequency or band Class of station(s) Limitations Frequency or band Class of station(s) Limitations

467.18125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 468.36875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 467.18750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 468.375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 467.19375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 468.38125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 467.74375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 468.38750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 467.750 ...... do ...... 4, 13, 22, 468.39375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 23 468.400 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 467.75625 ...... do ...... 4, 13, 22, 468.40625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 23, 46 468.41250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 467.76250 ...... do ...... 4, 13, 22, 468.41875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 23, 24 468.425 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 467.76875 ...... do ...... 4, 13, 22, 468.43125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 23, 46 468.43750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 467.775 ...... do ...... 4, 13, 22, 468.44375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 23 468.450 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 467.78125 ...... do ...... 4, 13, 22, 468.45625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 23, 46 468.46250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 467.78750 ...... do ...... 4, 13, 22, 468.46875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 23, 24 468.475 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 467.79375 ...... do ...... 4, 13, 22, 468.48125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 23, 46 468.48750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 467.800 ...... do ...... 4, 13, 22, 468.49375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 23 468.500 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 467.80625 ...... do ...... 4, 13, 22, 468.50625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 23, 46 468.51250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 467.81250 ...... do ...... 4, 13, 22, 468.51875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 23, 24 468.525 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 467.81875 ...... do ...... 4, 13, 22, 468.53125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 23, 46 468.53750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 467.825 ...... do ...... 4, 13, 22, 468.54375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 23 468.550 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 467.83125 ...... do ...... 4, 13, 22, 468.55625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 23, 46 468.56250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 467.8375 ...... do ...... 4, 13, 22, 468.56875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 23, 46 468.575 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 467.850 ...... do ...... 4, 13, 22 468.58125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 467.8625 ...... do ...... 52 468.58750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 467.875 ...... do ...... 4, 13, 22 468.59375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 467.8875 ...... do ...... 52 468.600 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 467.900 ...... do ...... 4, 13, 22 468.60625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 467.9125 ...... do ...... 52 468.61250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 467.925 ...... do ...... 4, 13, 22 468.61875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 467.93125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 46 468.625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 467.9375 ...... do ...... 24, 52 468.63125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 467.94375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 46 468.63750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 468.200 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 468.64375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 468.20625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 468.650 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 468.21250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 468.65625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 468.21875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 468.66250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 468.225 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 468.66875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 468.23125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 468.675 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 468.23750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 468.68125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 468.24375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 468.68750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 468.250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 468.69375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 468.25625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 468.700 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 468.26250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 468.70625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 468.26875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 468.71250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 468.275 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 468.71875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 468.28125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 468.725 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 468.28750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 468.73125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 468.29375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 468.73750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 468.300 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 468.74375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 468.30625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 468.750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 468.31250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 468.75625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 468.31875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 468.76250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 468.325 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 468.76875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 468.33125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 468.775 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 468.33750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 468.78125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 468.34375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 468.78750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 468.350 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 468.79375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 468.35625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 468.800 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 468.36250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 468.80625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46

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Frequency or band Class of station(s) Limitations Frequency or band Class of station(s) Limitations

468.81250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 469.25625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 468.81875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.26250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 468.825 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 469.26875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 468.83125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.275 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 468.83750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 469.28125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 468.84375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.28750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 468.850 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 469.29375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 468.85625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.300 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 468.86250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 469.30625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 468.86875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.31250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 468.875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 469.31875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 468.88125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.325 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 468.88750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 469.33125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 468.89375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.33750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 468.900 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 469.34375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 468.90625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.350 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 468.91250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 469.35625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 468.91875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.36250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 468.925 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 469.36875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 468.93125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 468.93750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 469.38125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 468.94375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.38750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 468.950 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 469.39375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 468.95625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.400 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 468.96250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 469.40625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 468.96875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.41250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 468.975 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 469.41875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 468.98125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.425 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 468.98750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 469.43125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 468.99375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.43750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 469.000 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 469.44375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.00625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.450 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 469.01250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 469.45625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.01875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.46250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 469.025 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 469.46875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.03125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.475 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 469.03750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 469.48125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.04375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.4875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 469.050 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 469.500 ...... do ...... 3, 30, 47 469.05625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.5125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 469.06250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 469.51875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.06875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.525 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 469.075 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 469.53125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.08125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.5375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 469.08750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 469.550 ...... do ...... 3, 30, 47 469.09375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.5625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 469.100 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 469.56875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.10625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.575 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 469.11250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 469.58125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.11875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.58750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 469.125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 469.59375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.13125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.600 ...... do ...... 1, 26 469.13750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 469.60625 ...... do ...... 1, 26, 46 469.14375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.61250 ...... do ...... 1, 24, 26 469.150 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 469.61875 ...... do ...... 1, 26, 46 469.15625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.625 ...... do ...... 1, 26 469.16250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 469.63125 ...... do ...... 1, 26, 46 469.16875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.63750 ...... do ...... 1, 24, 26 469.175 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 469.64375 ...... do ...... 1, 26, 46 469.18125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.650 ...... do ...... 1, 26 469.18750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 469.65625 ...... do ...... 1, 26, 46 469.19375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.66250 ...... do ...... 1, 24, 26 469.200 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 469.66875 ...... do ...... 1, 26, 46 469.20625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.675 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 469.21250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 469.68125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.21875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.68750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 469.225 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 469.69375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.23125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.700 ...... do ...... 1, 26 469.23750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 469.70625 ...... do ...... 1, 26, 46 469.24375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.71250 ...... do ...... 1, 24, 26 469.250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 469.71875 ...... do ...... 1, 26, 46

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BUSINESS RADIO SERVICE FREQUENCY TABLEÐ normally within 120 km (75 mi.) of a Continued specified reference point. (3) This frequency will be assigned Frequency or band Class of station(s) Limitations only to stations used in itinerant oper- 469.725 ...... do ...... 1, 26 ations, except within 56 km (35 miles) 469.73125 ...... do ...... 1, 26, 46 of Detroit, Mich., where it may be as- 469.73750 ...... do ...... 1, 24, 26 signed for either itinerant or perma- 469.74375 ...... do ...... 1, 26, 46 469.750 ...... do ...... 1, 26 nent area operations (i.e., general use). 469.75625 ...... do ...... 1, 26, 46 (4) Operation on this frequency is 469.76250 ...... do ...... 1, 24, 26 limited to a maximum output power of 469.76875 ...... do ...... 1, 26, 46 2 watts; and each station authorized 469.775 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 469.78125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 will be classified and licensed as a mo- 469.78750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 bile station. Any units of such a sta- 469.79375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 tion, however, may provide the oper- 469.800 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 ational functions of a base or fixed sta- 469.80625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.81250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 tion on a secondary basis to mobile 469.81875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 service operations, Provided, That the 469.825 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 separation between the control point 469.83125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.83750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 and the center of the radiating portion 469.84375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 of the antenna of any units so used 469.850 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 does not exceed 8 m (25 ft.). 469.85625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 (5) This frequency is also available in 469.8625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 469.86875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 the Special Emergency Radio Service 469.875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 for low power paging use on a co–equal 469.88125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 basis. 469.88750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 (6) Operation on this frequency is 469.89375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 469.900 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 limited to a maximum output power of 469.90625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 1 watt and each station authorized will 469.91250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 be classified and licensed as a mobile 469.91875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 station. Any units of such a station, 469.925 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 469.93125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 however, may provide the operational 469.93750 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 functions of a base of fixed station on 469.94375 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 a secondary basis to mobile service op- 469.950 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 469.95625 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 erations, Provided, That the separation 469.96250 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 24, 26 between the control point and the cen- 469.96875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 ter of the radiating portion of the an- 469.975 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26 tenna of any units so used does not ex- 469.98125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 26, 46 470 to 512 ...... Base or Mobile ...... 32 ceed 8 m (25 ft.). 806 to 821 ...... Mobile ...... 33 (7) The frequencies available in the 851 to 866 ...... Base or Mobile ...... 33 band 72–76 MHz are listed in 896 to 901 ...... Mobile ...... 33 § 90.257(a)(1). These frequencies are 928 and above ...... Operational fixed ...... 34 929±930 ...... Base only ...... 42 shared with other services and are 935 to 940 ...... Base or Mobile ...... 33 available only in accordance with the 1427 to 1435 ...... Operational fixed, 21 provisions of § 90.257. base or mobile. (8) Use of this frequency in this serv- 2450 to 2500 ...... Base or Mobile ...... 43 10,550 to 10,680 * ..... Base or Mobile ...... ice in limited to stations located in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. * The frequencies in the band 10.55±10.68 GHz are avail- able for Digital Termination Systems and for associated (9) This frequency is shared with internodal links in the Point-to-Point Microwave Radio Service. Taxicab Radio Service and is available No new licenses will be issued under this subpart but current licenses will be renewed. for assignment in the Business Radio Service only to stations which are used (c) Explanation of assignment limita- exclusively in areas outside of Stand- tions appearing in the frequency table ard Metropolitan Statistical Areas of of paragraph (b) of this section: 50,000 or more population (1950 Census). (1) Operation on this frequency is Operations on this frequency are on a limited to a maximum output power of secondary basis to operations in the 110 watts. Taxicab Radio Service. (2) This frequency will be assigned (10) This frequency is assigned only only for operation in a permanent area, for one-way paging communications to

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mobile receivers. Only A1D, A2D, A3E, (19) For FM transmitters the sum of F1D, F2D, F3E, or G3E emissions may the highest modulating frequency and be authorized. Licensees may provide the amount of frequency deviation may one-way paging communications on not exceed 2.8 kHz and the maximum this frequency to individuals, persons frequency deviation may not exceed 2.5 eligible for licensing under subpart B, kHz. For AM transmitters the highest C, D, or E of this part, to representa- modulating frequency may not exceed tives of Federal Government agencies, 2.0 kHz. The carrier frequency must be and foreign governments and their rep- maintained within 0.0005 percent and resentatives. the authorized bandwidth may not ex- (11) This frequency is also available ceed 6 kHz. for base or mobile stations in the Spe- (20) For FM transmitters the sum of cial Industrial and Forest Products the highest modulating frequency and Radio Services on a secondary basis to the amount of frequency deviation may paging operations in the Business not exceed 1.7 kHz, and the maximum Radio Service. frequency deviation may not exceed 1.2 kHz. For AM transmitters the highest (12) This frequency will not be as- modulating frequency may not exceed signed to stations for use at temporary 1.5 kHz. The carrier frequency must be locations. maintained within 0.0005 percent and (13) This frequency may be used for the authorized bandwidth may not ex- mobile operation for radio remote con- ceed 3 kHz. trol and telemetering functions. A1D, (21) This frequency band is available A2D, F1D, or F2D emission may be au- to stations in this service subject to thorized and mobile stations used to the provisions of § 90.259. control remote objects or devices may (22) This frequency may not be used be operated on the continuous carrier aboard aircraft in flight. transmit mode. (23) Frequencies subject to this as- (14) This frequency may be used for signment limitation are herein consid- mobile operation for remote control ered collectively for use for commu- and telemetering functions. A1D, A2D, nications concerned with cargo han- F1D, or F2D emission may be author- dling from a dock, or a cargo handling ized. The use of the continuous carrier facility, to a vessel alongside. Any transmit mode for these purposes is number of the frequencies may be au- permitted only for stations authorized thorized to one licensee for the pur- and continuously licensed since before pose. Mobile relay stations may be May 21, 1971. temporarily installed at or in the vi- (15) Except as noted in paragraph cinity of a dock or cargo handling fa- (c)(25), operation on this frequency is cility and used when a vessel is along- limited to a maximum output power of side the dock or cargo handling facil- 20 watts. ity. (16) Operation on this frequency is limited to a maximum output power of Mobile relay (MHz) Mobile (MHz) 75 watts. 457.525 ...... 467.750 (17) Frequencies in this band will be 457.53125 ...... 467.75625 457.5375 ...... 467.7625 assigned only for transmitting 457.54375 ...... 467.76875 hydrological or meteorological data or 457.550 ...... 467.775 for low power wireless microphones in 457.55625 ...... 467.78125 457.5625 ...... 467.7875 accordance with the provisions of 457.56875 ...... 467.79375 § 90.265. 457.575 ...... 467.800 457.58125 ...... 467.80625 (18) This frequency is available on a 457.5875 ...... 467.8125 shared basis with other Industrial 457.59375 ...... 467.81875 Radio Services as follows: Power, For- 457.600 ...... 467.825 457.60625 ...... 467.83125 est Products, Special Industrial, Petro- 457.6125 ...... leum, Manufacturers, Business, and the 457.61875 ...... Local Government Radio Service and may be used in this service only for the For single frequency simplex: Use purpose of remote control and tele- mobile relay frequencies. The effective metering. radiated power (ERP) on any frequency

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shall not exceed 2 watts. The center of Reference coordinates the radiating system of the on-board City and airport Latitude Longitude repeater antenna shall be located no more than 3 m (10 ft.) above the ves- Atlanta, GA: sel’s highest working deck. Atlanta International 33°38′25′ N 84°25′37′ W (ATL). (24) This frequency is not available in Dekalb-Peachtree 33°52′30′ N 84°18′08′ W the 150–170 MHz band until August 18, (PDK). 1996. This frequency will be assigned Fulton County (FTY) .. 33°46′45′ N 84°31′17′ W Baltimore, MD: with an authorized bandwidth not to Baltimore-Washington 39°10′30′ N 76°40′10′ W exceed 11.25 kHz. In the 450–470 MHz Int'L ( BWI). band, secondary telemetry operations Birmingham, AL: Birmingham Municipal 33°33′50′ N 86°45′16′ W pursuant to § 90.238(e) will be author- (BHM). ized on this frequency. Boston, MA: (25) This frequency is available for Logan International 42°21′51′ N 71°00′21′ W (BOS). assignment as follows: Bridgeport, CT: (i) To persons furnishing commercial Sikorsky Memorial 41°09′49′ N 73°07′35′ W air transportation service or, pursuant (BDR). to § 90.179, to an entity furnishing radio Buffalo, NY: Greater Buffalo Int'l 42°56′26′ N 78°43′57′ W communications service to persons so (BUF). engaged, for stations located on or near Canton, OH: the airports listed in paragraph Akron-Canton Re- 40°55′01′ N 81°26′30′ W gional (CAK). (c)(25)(iv) of this section. Stations will Charlotte, NC: be authorized on a primary basis and Charlotte-Douglas Int'l 35°12′52′ N 80°56′37′ W may be used only in connection with (CLT). Chattanooga, TN: the servicing and supplying of aircraft. Lovell (CHA) ...... 35°02′07′ N 85°12′15′ W (ii) To stations in the Business Radio Chicago,IL-Northwest, Service for secondary use at locations IN: Chicago-Wheeling- 42°06′48′ N 87°54′03′ W 80 km (50 mi) or more from the coordi- Palwaukee (PWK). nates of the listed airports at a maxi- Meigs (CGX) ...... 41°51′32′ N 87°36′28′ W mum ERP of 300 watts. Michiana Regional 41°42′18′ N 86°18′59′ W (iii) To stations in the Business (SBN). Midway (MDW) ...... 41°47′10′ N 87°45′08′ W Radio Service for secondary use at lo- O`Hare International 41°58′48′ N 87°54′16′ W cations 16 km (10 mi) or more from the (ORD). coordinates of the listed airports at a West Chicago-Dupage 41°54′52′ N 88°14′47′ W (DPE). maximum transmitter output power of Cincinnati, OH: 2 watts. Use of the frequency is re- Greater Cincinnati Int'l 39°14′59′ N 84°23′14′ W stricted to the confines of an industrial (CVG). Lunken (LUK) ...... 39°06′12′ N 84°25′08′ W complex or manufacturing yard area. Cleveland, OH: Stations licensed prior to April 17, 1986 Burke Lakefront (BKL) 41°31′03′ N 81°41′01′ W may continue to operate with facilities Cuyahoga County 41°33′54′ N 81°29′11′ W (CGF). authorized as of that date. Hopkins International 41°24′38′ N 81°50′58′ W (iv) The airports and their respective (CLE). reference coordinates are: Columbus, OH: Port Columbus Int'l 39°59′42′ N 82°53′11′ W Reference coordinates (CMH). City and airport Dallas, TX: Latitude Longitude Addison (ADS) ...... 32°58′06′ N 96°50′10′ W Dallas-Ft. Worth Re- 32°53′45′ N 97°02′10′ W Akron, OH: gional (DFW). Akron-Canton Re- 40°55′01′ N 81°26′30′ W Dallas-Love Field 32°50′49′ N 96°51′05′ W gional (CAK). (DAL). Albany-Troy -Schenec- Red Bird (RBD) ...... 32°40′49′ N 96°52′02′ W tady, NY : Davenport, IA (Rock Is- Albany County (ALB) 42°44′53′ N 73°48′12′ W land, Moline, IL): Albuquerque,NM: Davenport Municipal 41°36′42′ N 90°35′21′ W Albuquerque Inter- 35°02′30′Ν 106°36′23′ W (DVN). national (ABQ). Quad City (MLI) ...... 41°26′56′ N 90°30′35′ W Allentown-Bethlehem, Dayton, OH: PA: Dayton International 39°54′04′ N 84°13′12′ W Allentown-Bethlehem- 40°39′11′ N 75°26′25′ W (DAY). Easton (ABE). Denver, CO: Anchorage, AK: Centennial (APA) ...... 39°34′19′ N 104°50′54′ W Anchorage Inter- 61°10′30′ N 149°59′38′ W Colorado Springs Mu- 38°48′31′ N 104°42′35′ W national (ANC). nicipal (COS).

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Reference coordinates Reference coordinates City and airport City and airport Latitude Longitude Latitude Longitude

Denver-Jeffco (BJC) .. 39°54′28′ N 105°26′53′ W Kansas City Municipal 39°07′24′ N 94°35′33′ W Stapleton International 39°46′22′ N 104°52′38′ W Dntn (MKC). (DEN). Richard-Gebaur 38°50′37′ N 94°33′37′ W Des Moines, IA: (GBW). Des Moines Municipal 41°32′06′ N 93°39′38′ W Kauna Kakai, HI: (DSM). Molokai (MKK) ...... 21°09′22′ N 157°55′07′ W Detroit, MI: Las Vegas, NV: Detroit City (DET) ...... 42°24′33′ N 83°00′36′ W McCarran INt'l (LAS) 36°04′58′ N 115°09′13′ W Detroit Metro-Wayne 42°12′55′ N 83°20′55′ W Lihue, HI: County (DTW). Lihue (LIH) ...... 21°58′42′ N 159°20′40′ W Oakland-Pontiac 42°39′54′ N 83°25′05′ W Los Angeles,CA: (PTK). Burbank-Glendale- 34°21′02′ N 118°21′27′ W Willow Run (YIP) ...... 42°14′16′ N 83°31′50′ W Pasadena (BUR). El Paso, TX: Catalina (AVX) ...... 33°24′20′ N 118°24′50′ W El Paso International 31°48′24′ N 106°22′38′ W Long Beach- 33°49′03′ N 118°09′03′ W (ELP). Daugherty Field Flint, MI: (LGB). Bishop (FNT) ...... 42°57′56′ N 83°44′37′ W Los Angeles Int'l 33°56′33′ N 118°24′26′ W Ft. Lauderdale-Holly- (LAX). wood, FL: Ontario Int'l (ONT) ..... 34°03′22′ N 117°36′11′ W Ft. Lauderdale Execu- 26°11′49′ N 80°10′15′ W Santa Ana-John 33°40′32′ N 117°52′02′ W tive (FXE). Wayne-Orange City Ft. Lauderdale- 26°04′19′ N 80°09′13′ W (SNA). Hollywd Int'l (FLL). Louisville, KY: Ft. Worth,TX: Standiford Field (SDF) 38°10′40′ N 85°44′11′ W Meacham (FTW) ...... 32°49′09′ N 97°21′41′ W Memphis, TN: Fresno, CA: Memphis Int'l (MEM) .. 35°02′59′ N 89°58′43′ W Chandler Downtown 36°43′56′ N 119°49′08′ W Miami, FLA: (FCH). Miami Int'l (MIA) ...... 25°47′34′ N 80°17′26′ W Fresno Air Terminal 36°46′36′ N 119°43′02′ W Opa Locka (OPF) ...... 25°54′25′ N 80°16′50′ W (FAT). Tamiami (TMB) ...... 25°38′51′ N 80°25′59′ W Grand Rapids, MI: Milwaukee, WI: Kent County Int'l 42°52′57′ N 85°31′26′ W General Mitchell 42°56′49′ N 87°53′49′ W (GRR). (MKE). Hana, HI: Minneapolis-St. Paul, Hana (HNN) ...... 20°47′56′ N 156°01′02′ W MN: Harrisburg, PA: Minneapolis-St. Paul 44°53′03′ N 93°12′54′ W Capital City (CXY) ..... 40°13′01′ N 76°51′06′ W (MSP). Harrisburg Int'l (MDT) 40°11′36′ N 76°45′49′ W Mobile, AL: Hartford, CT (Windsor Bates Field (MOB) ..... 30°41′23′ N 88°14′31′ W Locks): Nashville, TN: Bradley Int'l (BDL) ..... 41°56′20′ N 72°41′01′ W Nashville Metropolitan 36°07′37′ N 86°40′53′ W Hartford-Brainard 41°44′10′ N 72°39′02′ W (BNA). (HFD). New Haven, CT: Hilo, HI: Tweed-New Haven 41°15′50′ N 72°53′15′ W General Lyman Field 19°43′24′ N 155°03′05′ W Municipal (HVN). (ITO). New Orleans, LA: Honolulu, HI: Lakefornt (NEW) ...... 30°02′33′ N 90°01′41′ W Honolulu International 21°19′20′ N 157°55′27′ W New Orleans Int'l 29°59′34′ N 90°15′23′ W (HNL). (MSY). Houston, TX: Newport News-Hamp- W.P. Hobby (HOU) .... 29°38′43′ N 95°16′43′ W ton,VA: D.W. Hooks Memorial 30°03′50′ N 95°33′11′ W Patrick Henry Int'l 37°07′54′ N 76°29′36′ W (DWH). (PHF). Houston Interconti- 29°58′55′ N 95°20′45′ W New York-Northeast, NJ: nental (IAH). Farmingdale Republic 40°43′43′ N 73°24′50′ W Indianapolis, IN: (FRG). Indianapolis Int'l (IND) 39°43′32′ N 86°17′02′ W JFK International 40°38′25′ N 73°46′42′ W Jacksonville, FL: (JFK). Craig Municipal (CRG) 30°20′10′ N 81°30′53′ W LaGuardia (LGA) ...... 40°46′38′ N 73°52′27′ W Jacksonville Int'l (JAX) 30°29′33′ N 81°41′24′ W Long Island-McArthur 40°47′44′ N 73°06′00′ W Kahului, HI: (ISP). Kahului (OGG) ...... 20°54′07′ N 156°25′59′ W Morristown Municipal 40°47′57′ N 74°24′55′ W Kailula-Kona, HI: (NJ) (MMU). Ke-Ahole (KOA) ...... 19°44′08′ N 156°25′06′ W Newark Int'l (FWR) .... 40°41′35′ N 74°10′07′ W Kameula, HI: Teterboro (NJ) (TEB) 40°51′00′ N 74°03′41′ W Waimea-Kohala 20°00′16′ N 155°40′15′ W Norfolk-Portsmouth, VA: (MUE). Norfolk Int'l (ORF) ...... 36°53′40′ N 76°12′06′ W Kansas City, MO±KS: Oklahoma City, OK: Fairfax Municipal 39°08′50′ N 94°56′14′ W Wiley Post (DWA) ...... 35°32′03′ N 97°38′48′ W (KCK). Will Rogers World 35°23′35′ N 97°36′02′ W Kansas City Int'l (MCI) 39°17′57′ N 94°43′04′ W (OKC).

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Reference coordinates Reference coordinates City and airport City and airport Latitude Longitude Latitude Longitude

Omaha, NE: San Jose, CA: Eppley Airfield (OMA) 41°18′04′ N 95°53′36′ W San Jose Int'l (SJC) ... 37°21′41′ N 121°55′38′ W Orlando, FL: Scranton, PA: Orlando Executive 28°32′43′ N 81°19′59′ W Wilkes-Barre Scranton 41°20′20′ N 75°43′27′ W (ORL). Int'l (AVP). Orlando Int'l (MCO) ... 28°25′54′ N 81°19′29′ W Seattle, WA: Philadelphia, PA±NJ: King County Int'l (BFI) 47°31′49′ N 122°18′03′ W Northeast Philadelphia 40°04′55′ N 75°00′40′ W Seattle-Tacoma Int'l 47°26′57′ N 122°18′29′ W (PNE). (SEA). Philadelphia Int'l 39°52′13′ N 75°14′43′ W Shreveport, LA: (PHC). Shreveport Downtown 32°32′23′ N 93°44′40′ W Phoenix, AZ: (DTN). Phoenix-Sky Habor 33°26′10′ N 112°00′32′ W Shreveport Regional 32°26′48′ N 93°49′30′ W Int'l (PHX). (SHV). Scottsdale Municipal 33°37′22′ N 111°54′35′ W South Bend, IN: (SDC). Michiana Regional 41°42′18′ N 86°18′59′ W Pittsburgh, PA: (SBW). Allegheny County 40°21′16′ N 79°55′49′ W Spokane, WA: (AGC). Grant County (MWH) 47°12′28′ N 119°19′08′ W Greater Pittsburgh Int'l 40°29′30′ N 80°13′55′ W Spokane Int'l (GEG) .. 47°37′12′ N 117°31′58′ W (PIT). Springfield, MA: Portland, OR: Barnes Municipal 42°09′28′ N 72°42′58′ W Portland-Hillsboro 45°32′26′ N 122°56′55′ W (BAF). (HIO). Westover Field (CEF) 42°11′52′ N 72°31′50′ W Portland International 45°35′20′ N 122°35′47′ W Syracuse, NY: (PDX). Syracuse-Hancock 43°06′44′ N 76°06′32′ W Portland-Troutdale 45°32′58′ N 122°24′00′ W Int'l (SYR). (TTD). Tacoma, WA: Providence-Pawtucket, Tacoma Narrows 47°16′05′ N 122°34′37′ W RIÐMA: (TIW). North Central State 41°55′15′ N 71°29′30′ W Tampa, FL: (SFZ). Tampa Int'l (TPA) ...... 27°58′31′ N 82°32′00′ W T.F. Green State 41°43′31′ N 71°25′41′ W Toledo, OH: (PVD). Toledo Express (TOL) 41°35′15′ N 83°48′19′ W Reno, NV: Trenton, NJ±PA: Reno International 39°29′52′ N 119°46′04′ W Mercer County (TTN) 40°16′38′ N 74°48′50′ W (RNO). Tucson, AZ: Richmond, VA: Tucson Int'l (TUS) ...... 32°07′06′ N 110°56′35′ W Byrd International 37°30′18′ N 77°19′12′ W Tulsa, OK: (RIC). R.L. Jones, Jr. (RVS) 36°02′18′ N 95°59′05′ W Rochester, NY: Tulsa Int'l (TUL) ...... 36°11′54′ N 95°53′16′ W Rochester-Monroe 43°07′08′ N 77°40′22′ W Washington, DC: County (ROC). Dulles International 38°56′39′ N 77°27′26′ W Sacramento, CA: (IAD). Sacramento Executive 38°30′45′ N 121°29′33′ W National (DCA) ...... 38°51′07′ N 77°02′17′ W (SAC). Wichita, KS: Sacramento Metropoli- 38°41′44′ N 121°36′01′ W Mid-Continent (ICT) ... 37°39′00′ N 97°25′58′ W tan (SMF). Wilkes-Barre, PA: St. Louis, MOÐIL: Wilkes-Barre-Scranton 41°20′20′ N 75°43′27′ W Spirit of St. Louis 38°39′36′ N 90°38′43′ W (AVP). (SUS). Wilmington, DE: St. Louis-Lambert Int'l 38°44′51′ N 90°21′39′ W Gr. Wilm.-New Castle 39°40′42′ N 75°36′25′ W (STC). City (ILG). St. Petersburg, FL: Worcester, MA: Albert Whitted Munici- 27°45′53′ N 82°37′39′ W Worcester Municipal 42°16′02′ N 71°52′34′ W pal (SPG). (ORH). Clearwater Int'l (PIE) 27°54′38′ N 82°41′16′ W Youngstown-Warren, Salt Lake City, UT: OH±PA: Salt Lake City Int'l 40°47′13′ N 111°58′05′ W Youngstown Municipal 41°15′32′ N 80°40′34′ W (SLC). (YNG). San Antonio, TX: San Antonio Int'l 29°32′00′ N 98°28′10′ W (SAT). (26) This frequency may be assigned San Bernardino, CA: to fixed stations in the Business Radio Ontario Int'l (ONT) ..... 34°03′22′ N 117°36′11′ W Service in accordance with the provi- San Diego, CA: sions of § 90.261. Lindbergh Int'l (SAN) 32°44′01′ N 117°11′12′ W San Francisco-Oakland, (27) Within the boundaries of urban- CA: ized areas of 200,000 or more popu- Metropolitan Oakland 37°43′17′ N 122°13′11′ W lation, defined in the United States Int'l (OAK). San Francisco Int'l 37°37′08′ N 122°22′26′ W Census of Population, 1960, vol. 1, table (SFO). 23, page 1–50, this frequency may be

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used only by persons rendering a between the control point or ground central station commercial protection level and the center of the radiating service within the service area of the portion of the antenna of any units so radio station utilizing the frequency used shall not exceed 8 m (25 ft.). and may be used only for communica- (32) Subpart L contains rules for as- tions pertaining to safety of life and signment of frequencies in the 470–512 property, and for maintenance or test- MHz band. ing of the protection facilities. Central (33) Subpart S contains rules for as- Station commercial protection service signment of frequencies in the 806–821/ is defined as an electrical protection 851–866 and 896–901/935–940 MHz bands. and supervisory service rendered to the (34) Assignment of frequencies above public from and by a central station 928 MHz for operational-fixed stations accepted and certified by one or more is governed by part 94 of this chapter. of the recognized rating agencies, or (35) The maximum output power of the Underwriters Laboratories’ (UL), the transmitter may not exceed 1 watt. or Factory Mutual System. Other sta- A1D, A2D, F1D, or F2D emission may tions in the Business Radio Service be authorized. may be licensed on this frequency only (36) The maximum effective radiated when all base, mobile relay and control power (ERP) may not exceed 2 watts. stations are located at least 120 km (75 All operation is on a secondary basis to miles) from the city center or centers adjacent channel land mobile oper- of the specified urbanized areas of ations. All stations will be licensed as 200,000 or more population. With re- a mobile, however, such stations may spect to combination urbanized areas be used to provide the operational containing more than one city, 120 km functions of a base or fixed station. (75 mile) separation shall be main- When performing such functions, the tained from each city center which is height of the antenna system may not included in the urbanized area. The lo- exceed 15.24 m (50 feet) above ground. cations of centers of cities are deter- (37) Use of this frequency is limited mined from appendix, page 226, of the to stations located at least 120.7 km (75 U.S. Commerce publication ‘‘Air Line miles) from the center of any urbanized Distance Between Cities in the United area of 200,000 or more population (U.S. States.’’ Census or Population 1970). Operation (28) This frequency may be assigned is on a secondary basis to that in the only to persons rendering a central sta- Power radio Service. tion commercial protection service, which is defined at § 90.75(c)(27), within (38) [Reserved] the service area of the radio station (39) Persons who render a central sta- utilizing the frequency. tion commercial protection service are (29) This frequency will be assigned authorized to operate fixed stations on only to stations whose control point lo- this frequency for the transmission of tone or impulse signals on a secondary, cation is within 805 m (1⁄2 mi. direct) of the transmitter location. Maximum noninterference base-to-base/mobile power output may not exceed 110 watts, operations subject to the following and the overall height of the antenna conditions and limitations. above ground may not exceed 30 m (100 (i) Secondary fixed operations may ft.). be used only for the following purposes. (30) Operation on this frequency is (A) Indication of equipment malfunc- limited to a maximum output power of tion. 35 watts. (B) Actuation of a device to indicate (31) Maximum permissible power out- the presence of an intruder, fire, or put for stations on airports is 3 watts. other hazardous condition on the prop- Each station authorized on this fre- erty under the protection of the li- quency will be classified and licensed censee. as a mobile station. Any units of such (C) Indication of an abnormal condi- a station, however, may provide the tion in facilities under the protection functions of a base station on a second- of the licensee that, if not promptly re- ary basis to mobile service operations ported, would result in danger to provided that the vertical separation human life.

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(D) Transmission, as may be nec- (41) Stations authorized on this fre- essary, to verify status of equipment; quency prior to September 26, 1984 will adjust operating conditions; or correct continue to be authorized as licensed any abnormal condition. on their existing authorization. (E) Confirmation of status, or that an (42) Frequencies in this band are operation or correction has been ac- available only for one-way paging oper- complished. ations in accordance with § 90.494. (ii) The maximum duration of any (43) Frequencies in this band are one nonvoice signal may not exceed 2 available on a shared basis with sta- seconds and shall not be transmitted tions in other services, and subject to more than three times. no protection from interference caused (iii) Systems employing automatic by the operation of industrial, sci- interrogation shall be limited to entific, or medical (ISM) devices. In nonvoice techniques and shall not be the 2483.5–2500 MHz band, no applica- activated for this purpose more than 10 tions will be accepted for new stations. seconds out of any 60-second period. Stations in the 2483.5–2500 MHz band This 10-second frame includes both transmit and response times. that were licensed as a result of appli- (iv) The bandwidth shall not exceed cations filed on or before July 25, 1985, that authorized to the licensee for the are grandfathered, and their operation primary operation on the frequency is co-primary with the Radiodetermin- concerned. ation Satellite Service. (v) Frequency loading resulting from (44) Subpart T contains rules for as- the use of secondary signaling will not signment of frequencies in the 220–222 be considered in whole or in part as a MHz band. justification for authorizing additional (45) This frequency is available on a frequencies in the licensee’s mobile shared basis with the Power, Petro- system. leum, Manufacuturers, and Railroad (vi) A mobile service frequency may Radio Services and interservice coordi- not be used exclusively for secondary nation is required. All communications signaling. on this frequency must be conducted (vii) The output power shall not ex- within the boundaries or confines of ceed 30 watts (at the remote site). the licensee’s business premises. Oper- (viii) A1D, A2D, F1D, or F2D emission ations on this frequency are subject to may be authorized. the provisions of § 90.257(b). Pulsed (ix) The transmitter shall be designed modulations will not be authorized. to deactivate automatically after 3 (46) This frequency is not available minutes of continuous carrier radi- until August 18, 1996. After August 18, ation. 1996 this frequency will be assigned (x) Operational fixed stations author- with an authorized bandwidth not to ized under this paragraph are exempt exceed 6 kHz. from the requirements of §§ 90.137(b), (47) This frequency will be assigned 90.429(d), 90.425 and 90.433. with an authorized bandwidth not to (xi) On these frequencies, base, mo- exceed 11.25 kHz. bile relay or mobile stations may (48) Assignment of frequencies in this transmit secondary tone or impulse band are subject to the provisions of signals to receivers, as provided in this § 90.173. section. (40) Licensees providing a central sta- (49) This frequency will be authorized tion commercial protection service a channel bandwidth of 25 kHz. may communicate with police or fire (50) This frequency is available for stations, or vehicles, on this frequency, systems first licensed prior to August and may install licensed transmitting 18, 1995. No new systems will be author- units which operate on this frequency ized after August 18, 1995, but prior au- at police or fire stations, or in police or thorized systems may be modified, ex- fire vehicles, if the frequency’s primary panded, and renewed. use is in a base/mobile system for a (51) Operation on this frequency is central station commercial protection limited to a maximum output power of service. 1 watt; and each station authorized

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will be classified and licensed as a mo- (5) Frequencies in the 421–430 MHz bile station. Any units of such a sta- band are available in the Detroit, tion, however, may provide the oper- Cleveland, and Buffalo areas in accord- ational functions of a base or fixed sta- ance with the rules in §§ 90.273 through tion on a secondary basis to mobile 90.281. service operations, Provided, That the (e) Limitation on number of frequencies separation between the control point assignable. Normally only one fre- and the center of the radiating portion quency, or pair of frequencies in the of the antenna of any units so used paired frequency mode of operation, does not exceed 8 m (25 ft). will be assigned for mobile service op- (52) Use of this frequency is on a sec- erations by a single applicant in a ondary basis and subject to the provi- given area. The assignment of an addi- sions of § 90.267 (a)(3), (a)(4), (a)(5), and (a)(7). tional frequency or pair of frequencies (53) This frequency may be used on a will be made only upon a satisfactory secondary, non-interference basis by a showing of need, except that: hospital or health care institution (1) Additional frequencies above 25 holding a license to operate a radio sta- MHz may be assigned in connection tion under this part to operate a medi- with operation of mobile repeaters in cal radio telemetry device with an out- accordance with § 90.247, notwithstand- put power not to exceed 20 milliwatts ing this limitation. without specific authorization from the (2) Frequencies in the ranges 30.56– Commission. 30.57 MHz, 35.00–35.01 MHz, 35.99–36.00 (54) Licensees as of August 18, 1995 MHz and 37.00–37.01 MHz are available who operate systems that are 2.5 kHz for assignment to applicants in this removed from regularly assignable fre- service subject to the provisions of sub- quencies may continue to operate on a part Q. secondary, non-interference basis after (3) Frequencies in the 457 and 467 August 1, 2003. MHz bands may be assigned collec- (55) One-way paging transmitters on tively as provided by paragraph (c)(23) this frequency may operate with an of this section notwithstanding this output power of 350 watts. limitation. (d) Additional frequencies available. In addition to the frequencies shown in (4) Frequencies in the 25–50 MHz, 150– the frequency table of this section, the 170 MHz, 450–512 MHz and 902–928 MHz following frequencies are available in bands may be assigned for the oper- this service. (See also § 90.253.) ation of Location and Monitoring Serv- (1) [Reserved] ice (LMS) systems in accordance with (2) Frequencies in the band 73.0–74.6 the provisions of subpart M of this MHz may be assigned to stations au- part, notwithstanding this limitation. thorized their use on or before Decem- (f) Limitation on itinerant operation. ber 1, 1961, but no new station will be Base or mobile stations being utilized authorized in this band, nor will expan- in itinerant operation will be author- sion of existing systems be permitted. ized only on base or mobile frequencies (See also § 90.257.) designated for itinerant operation (3) Licensees holding a valid author- under § 90.75(c)(3), or on other fre- ization on January 1, 1973, to operate quencies not designated for permanent on the frequencies 406.025, 406.075 MHz use. may continue to be authorized for such operations until the expiration of their (Secs. 4(i) and 303(r), Communications Act of present license on a secondary basis to 1934, as amended, §§ 0.131 and 0.331 of the stations operating in accordance with Commission’s Rules and 5 U.S.C. 553 (b)(3)(B) the table in § 2.106 of this chapter. and (d)(3); 47 U.S.C. 154(i) and 303) (4) Low power mobile stations of 100 [43 FR 54791, Nov. 22, 1978] mw or less output power used for one- EDITORIAL NOTE: For FEDERAL REGISTER ci- way, non-voice medical telemetry oper- tations affecting § 90.75, see the List of CFR ations in hospitals or in medical con- Sections Affected in the Finding Aids sec- valescent centers are subject to the tion of this volume. provisions of § 90.238.

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§ 90.79 Manufacturers Radio Service. are explained in paragraph (d) of this section: (a) Eligibility. Persons primarily en- gaged in any of the following manufac- MANUFACTURERS RADIO SERVICE FREQUENCY turing activities are eligible to hold TABLE authorizations in the Manufacturers Radio Service to operate radio stations Frequency or band Class of station(s) Limitations for transmission of communications es- Megahertz sential to such activities of the li- censee: 72±76 ...... Operational fixed ...... 25 72.02 ...... Mobile ...... 1, 2 (1) The mechanical or chemical 72.04 ...... do ...... 1, 2 transformation of substances into new 72.06 ...... do ...... 1, 2 products within such establishments as 72.08 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 3 72.10 ...... do ...... 1, 2 plants, factories, shipyards, or mills 72.12 ...... do ...... 1, 2 which employ, in that process, 72.14 ...... do ...... 1, 2 powerdriven machines and materials- 72.16 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 3 72.18 ...... do ...... 1, 2 handling equipment. 72.20 ...... do ...... 1, 2 (2) The assembly of components of 72.22 ...... do ...... 1, 2 manufactured products within such es- 72.24 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 3 72.26 ...... do ...... 1, 2 tablishments as plants, factories, ship- 72.28 ...... do ...... 1, 2 yards, or mills where the new product 72.30 ...... do ...... 1, 2 is neither a new structure nor other 72.32 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 3 72.34 ...... do ...... 1, 2 fixed improvement. Establishments 72.36 ...... do ...... 1, 2 primarily engaged in the wholesale or 72.38 ...... do ...... 1, 2 retail trade, or in service activities, 72.40 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 3 72.44 ...... do ...... 2, 4 even though they fabricate or assemble 72.48 ...... do ...... 2, 4 any or all the products or commodities 72.52 ...... do ...... 2, 4 handled, are not eligible in this serv- 72.56 ...... do ...... 2, 4 ice. 72.60 ...... do ...... 2, 4 74.61 ...... do ...... 28 (3) The providing of supporting serv- 74.63 ...... do ...... 28 ices or materials by a corporation to 74.65 ...... do ...... 28 its parent corporation, to another sub- 74.67 ...... do ...... 28 74.69 ...... do ...... 28 sidiary of its parent or to its own sub- 74.71 ...... do ...... 28 sidiary, where such supporting services 74.73 ...... do ...... 28 or materials are directly related to 74.75 ...... do ...... 28 74.77 ...... do ...... 28 those regular activities of such parent 74.79 ...... do ...... 28 or subsidiary which constitute the 75.21 ...... do ...... 28 basis for eligibility in this service. 75.23 ...... do ...... 28 75.25 ...... do ...... 28 (b) Special limitations on use. The fol- 75.27 ...... do ...... 28 lowing limitations are applicable to 75.29 ...... do ...... 28 the use of stations in this service: 75.31 ...... do ...... 28 75.33 ...... do ...... 28 (1) Authorized stations may be used 75.35 ...... do ...... 28 only for the transmission of commu- 75.37 ...... do ...... 28 nications related to the operation of 75.39 ...... do ...... 28 75.44 ...... do ...... 2, 4 the plant, such as for security, produc- 75.48 ...... do ...... 2, 4 tion control or materials-handling. 75.52 ...... do ...... 2, 4 Communications related to the retail 75.56 ...... do ...... 2, 4 distribution of the licensees products 75.60 ...... do ...... 2, 4 150 to 170 ...... Base or mobile ...... 30, 32 are not permitted. 153.050 ...... do ...... 5, 21, 22 (2) Base station will only be author- 153.0575 ...... do ...... 5, 21, 22, ized in this service for operation at 23 153.065 ...... do ...... 5 specified and permanent locations. 153.0725 ...... do ...... 5, 23 (c) Frequencies available. The follow- 153.080 ...... do ...... 5 ing table indicates frequencies avail- 153.0875 ...... do ...... 5, 23 153.095 ...... do ...... 5 able for assignment to stations in the 153.1025 ...... do ...... 5, 23 Manufacturers Radio Service, together 153.110 ...... do ...... 5 with the class of stations(s) to which 153.1175 ...... do ...... 5, 23 153.125 ...... do ...... 5, 21, 22 they are normally assigned and the 153.1325 ...... do ...... 5, 21, 22, specific assignment limitations which 23

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153.140 ...... do ...... 5 173.3900 ...... do ...... 7, 8, 9, 10 153.1475 ...... do ...... 5, 23 173.39625 ...... do ...... 6, 7, 9, 10 153.155 ...... do ...... 5 216±220 ...... Base or mobile ...... 11 153.1625 ...... do ...... 5, 23 220±222 ...... Base and mobile ...... 27 153.170 ...... do ...... 5 450±470 ...... Fixed, base, or mobile 12, 30 153.1775 ...... do ...... 5, 23 451.1625 ...... Mobile ...... 31 153.185 ...... do ...... 5 451.175 ...... Base or mobile ...... 13 153.1925 ...... do ...... 5, 23 451.18125 ...... do ...... 13, 29 153.200 ...... do ...... 5 451.18750 ...... do ...... 13, 23 153.2075 ...... do ...... 5, 23 451.19375 ...... do ...... 13, 29 153.215 ...... do ...... 5 451.2125 ...... Mobile ...... 31 153.2225 ...... do ...... 5, 23 451.225 ...... Base or mobile ...... 13 153.230 ...... do ...... 5 451.23125 ...... do ...... 13, 29 153.2375 ...... do ...... 5, 23 451.23750 ...... do ...... 13, 23 153.245 ...... do ...... 5 451.24375 ...... do ...... 13, 29 153.2525 ...... do ...... 5, 23 451.2625 ...... Mobile ...... 31 153.260 ...... do ...... 5 451.275 ...... Base or mobile ...... 13 153.2675 ...... do ...... 5, 23 451.28125 ...... do ...... 13, 29 153.275 ...... do ...... 5 451.28750 ...... do ...... 13, 23 153.2825 ...... do ...... 5, 23 451.29375 ...... do ...... 13, 29 153.290 ...... do ...... 5 451.3625 ...... Mobile ...... 31 153.2975 ...... do ...... 5, 23 451.375 ...... Base or mobile ...... 13 153.305 ...... do ...... 5 451.38125 ...... do ...... 13, 29 153.3125 ...... do ...... 5, 23 451.38750 ...... do ...... 13, 23 153.320 ...... do ...... 5 451.39375 ...... do ...... 13, 29 153.3275 ...... do ...... 5, 23 451.4125 ...... Mobile ...... 31 153.335 ...... do ...... 5, 21 451.425 ...... Base or mobile ...... 13 153.3425 ...... do ...... 5, 21, 23 451.43125 ...... do ...... 13, 29 153.350 ...... do ...... 5, 21 451.43750 ...... do ...... 13, 23 153.3575 ...... do ...... 5, 21, 23 451.44375 ...... do ...... 13, 29 153.365 ...... do ...... 5, 21 451.4625 ...... Mobile ...... 31 153.3725 ...... do ...... 5, 21, 23 451.475 ...... Base or mobile ...... 13 153.380 ...... do ...... 5, 21 451.48125 ...... do ...... 13, 29 153.3875 ...... do ...... 5, 21, 23 451.48750 ...... do ...... 13, 23 153.395 ...... do ...... 5, 21 451.49375 ...... do ...... 13, 29 153.4025 ...... do ...... 5, 21, 23 451.5125 ...... Mobile ...... 31 154.45625 ...... Fixed or mobile ...... 6, 9, 10, 451.525 ...... Base or mobile ...... 13 19 451.53125 ...... do ...... 13, 29 154.46375 ...... do ...... 6, 7, 9, 10, 451.53750 ...... do ...... 13, 23 20 451.54375 ...... do ...... 13, 29 154.47125 ...... do ...... 6, 7, 9, 10 451.5625 ...... Mobile ...... 31 154.47875 ...... do ...... 6, 9, 10, 451.575 ...... Base or mobile ...... 13 19 451.58125 ...... do ...... 13, 29 158.280 ...... Base or mobile ...... 5 158.2875 ...... do ...... 5, 23 451.58750 ...... do ...... 13, 23 158.295 ...... do ...... 5 451.59375 ...... do ...... 13, 29 158.3025 ...... do ...... 5, 23 451.6125 ...... Mobile ...... 31 158.310 ...... do ...... 5 451.625 ...... Base or mobile ...... 13 158.3175 ...... do ...... 5, 23 451.63125 ...... do ...... 13, 29 158.325 ...... do ...... 5, 21, 22 451.63750 ...... do ...... 13, 23 158.3325 ...... do ...... 5, 21, 22, 451.64375 ...... do ...... 13, 29 23 451.6625 ...... Mobile ...... 31 158.415 ...... do ...... 5, 21, 22 451.675 ...... Base or mobile ...... 13 158.4225 ...... do ...... 5, 21, 22, 451.68125 ...... do ...... 13, 29 23 451.68750 ...... do ...... 13, 23 158.430 ...... do ...... 5 451.69375 ...... do ...... 13, 29 158.4375 ...... do ...... 5, 23 456.1625 ...... Mobile ...... 31 169±172 ...... Mobile ...... 26 456.175 ...... do ...... 13 173.20375 ...... Fixed or mobile ...... 6, 7, 9, 10 456.18125 ...... do ...... 13, 29 173.2100 ...... do ...... 7, 8, 9, 10 456.18750 ...... do ...... 13, 23 173.2375 ...... do ...... 6, 9, 10, 456.19375 ...... do ...... 13, 29 19 456.2125 ...... do ...... 31 173.2625 ...... do ...... 6, 9, 10, 456.225 ...... do ...... 13 19 456.23125 ...... do ...... 13, 29 173.2875 ...... do ...... 6, 9, 10, 456.23750 ...... do ...... 13, 23 19 456.24375 ...... do ...... 13, 29 173.3125 ...... do ...... 6, 9, 10, 456.2625 ...... do ...... 31 19 456.275 ...... do ...... 13 173.3375 ...... do ...... 6, 9, 10, 456.28125 ...... do ...... 13, 29 19 456.28750 ...... do ...... 13, 23 173.3625 ...... do ...... 6, 9, 10, 456.29375 ...... do ...... 13, 29 19 456.3625 ...... do ...... 31

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456.375 ...... do ...... 13 462.425 ...... do ...... 456.38125 ...... do ...... 13, 29 462.43125 ...... do ...... 29 456.38750 ...... do ...... 13, 23 462.43750 ...... do ...... 23 456.39375 ...... do ...... 13, 29 462.44375 ...... do ...... 29 456.4125 ...... do ...... 31 462.450 ...... do ...... 456.425 ...... do ...... 13 462.45625 ...... do ...... 29 456.43125 ...... do ...... 13, 29 462.46250 ...... do ...... 23 456.43750 ...... do ...... 13, 23 462.46875 ...... do ...... 29 456.44375 ...... do ...... 13, 29 462.475 ...... do ...... 13 456.4625 ...... do ...... 31 462.48125 ...... do ...... 13, 29 456.475 ...... do ...... 13 462.48750 ...... do ...... 13, 23 456.48125 ...... do ...... 13, 29 462.49375 ...... do ...... 13, 29 456.48750 ...... do ...... 13, 23 462.500 ...... do ...... 456.49375 ...... do ...... 13, 29 462.50625 ...... do ...... 29 456.5125 ...... do ...... 31 462.51250 ...... do ...... 23 456.525 ...... do ...... 13 462.51875 ...... do ...... 29 456.53125 ...... do ...... 13, 29 462.525 ...... do ...... 13 456.53750 ...... do ...... 13, 23 462.53125 ...... do ...... 13, 29, 29 456.54375 ...... do ...... 13, 29 467.1875 ...... Mobile ...... 31 456.5625 ...... do ...... 31 467.200 ...... do ...... 456.575 ...... do ...... 13 467.20625 ...... do ...... 29 456.58125 ...... do ...... 13, 29 467.21250 ...... do ...... 23 456.58750 ...... do ...... 13, 23 467.21875 ...... do ...... 29 456.59375 ...... do ...... 13, 29 467.225 ...... do ...... 456.6125 ...... do ...... 31 467.23125 ...... do ...... 29 456.625 ...... do ...... 13 467.23750 ...... do ...... 23 456.63125 ...... do ...... 13, 29 467.24375 ...... do ...... 29 456.63750 ...... do ...... 13, 23 467.250 ...... do ...... 456.64375 ...... do ...... 13, 29 467.25625 ...... do ...... 29 456.6625 ...... do ...... 31 467.26250 ...... do ...... 23 456.675 ...... do ...... 13 467.26875 ...... do ...... 29 456.68125 ...... do ...... 13, 29 467.275 ...... do ...... 456.68750 ...... do ...... 13, 23 467.28125 ...... do ...... 29 456.69375 ...... do ...... 13, 29 467.28750 ...... do ...... 23 462.1875 ...... do ...... 31 467.29375 ...... do ...... 29 462.200 ...... Base or mobile ...... 467.300 ...... do ...... 462.20625 ...... do ...... 29 467.30625 ...... do ...... 29 462.21250 ...... do ...... 23 467.31250 ...... do ...... 23 462.21875 ...... do ...... 29 467.31875 ...... do ...... 29 462.225 ...... do ...... 467.325 ...... do ...... 462.23125 ...... do ...... 29 467.33125 ...... do ...... 29 462.23750 ...... do ...... 23 467.33750 ...... do ...... 23 462.24375 ...... do ...... 29 467.34375 ...... do ...... 29 462.250 ...... do ...... 467.350 ...... do ...... 462.25625 ...... do ...... 29 467.35625 ...... do ...... 29 462.26250 ...... do ...... 23 467.36250 ...... do ...... 23 462.26875 ...... do ...... 29 467.36875 ...... do ...... 29 462.275 ...... do ...... 467.375 ...... do ...... 462.28125 ...... do ...... 29 467.38125 ...... do ...... 29 462.28750 ...... do ...... 23 467.38750 ...... do ...... 23 462.29375 ...... do ...... 29 467.39375 ...... do ...... 29 462.300 ...... do ...... 467.400 ...... do ...... 462.30625 ...... do ...... 29 467.40625 ...... do ...... 29 462.31250 ...... do ...... 23 467.41250 ...... do ...... 23 462.31875 ...... do ...... 29 467.41875 ...... do ...... 29 462.325 ...... do ...... 467.425 ...... do ...... 462.33125 ...... do ...... 29 467.43125 ...... do ...... 29 462.33750 ...... do ...... 23 467.43750 ...... do ...... 23 462.34375 ...... do ...... 29 467.44375 ...... do ...... 29 462.350 ...... do ...... 467.450 ...... do ...... 462.35625 ...... do ...... 29 467.45625 ...... do ...... 29 462.36250 ...... do ...... 23 467.46250 ...... do ...... 23 462.36875 ...... do ...... 29 467.46875 ...... do ...... 29 462.375 ...... do ...... 467.475 ...... do ...... 13 462.38125 ...... do ...... 29 467.48125 ...... do ...... 13, 29 462.38750 ...... do ...... 23 467.48750 ...... do ...... 13, 23 462.39375 ...... do ...... 29 467.49375 ...... do ...... 13, 29 462.400 ...... do ...... 467.500 ...... do ...... 462.40625 ...... do ...... 29 467.50625 ...... do ...... 29 462.41250 ...... do ...... 23 467.51250 ...... do ...... 23 462.41875 ...... do ...... 29 467.51875 ...... do ...... 29

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MANUFACTURERS RADIO SERVICE FREQUENCY ceed 2800 Hz and the maximum fre- TABLEÐContinued quency deviation may not exceed 2.5 kHz. For AM transmitters the highest Frequency or band Class of station(s) Limitations modulating frequency may not exceed 467.525 ...... do ...... 13 2000 Hz. The carrier frequency must be 467.53125 ...... do ...... 13, 29 maintained within 0.0005 percent of the 470 to 512 ...... Base or mobile ...... 14 center of the frequency band, and the 806 to 821 ...... Mobile ...... 15 851 to 866 ...... Base or mobile ...... 15 authorized bandwidth may not exceed 6 896 to 901 ...... Mobile ...... 15 kHz. 928 and above ...... Operational fixed ...... 16 (7) On this frequency band the maxi- 929 to 930 ...... Base only ...... 24 935 to 940 ...... Base or mobile ...... 15 mum power output of the transmitter 1427 to 1435 ...... Operational fixed, 1 may not exceed 50 watts for fixed sta- base or mobile. tions and 1 watt for mobile stations. 2450 to 2500 ...... Base or mobile ...... 17 A1B, A2D, A2B, A2D, F1B, F1D, F2B, 8400 to 8500 ...... do ...... 18 10,550 to 10,680* ...... do ...... F2D, G1B, G1D, G2B or G2D emission may be authorized, and mobile stations * The frequencies in the band 10.55±10.68 GHz are avail- able for Digital Termination Systems and for associated used to control remote objects and de- internodal links in the Point-to-Point Microwave Radio Service. vices may be operated in the continu- No new licenses will be issued under this subpart but current licenses will be renewed. ous transmit mode. (8) For FM transmitters the sum of (d) Explanation of assignment limita- the highest modulating frequency in tions appearing in the frequency tab- hertz and the amount of frequency de- ulation of paragraph (c) of this section: viation or swing in hertz may not ex- (1) This frequency is shared with ceed 1700 Hz and the maximum devi- fixed stations in other services and is ation may not exceed 1.2 kHz. For AM subject to no protection from inter- transmitters the highest modulating ference. frequency may not exceed 1200 Hz. The (2) All communications on this fre- carrier frequency must be maintained quency must be conducted within the within 0.0005 percent of the center of boundaries or confines of plant, fac- the freqency band, and the authorized tory, shipyards, mill, or other manu- bandwidth may not exceed 3 kHz. facturing area. All operations on this (9) This frequency is available on a frequency are subject to the provisions shared basis with other Industrial of § 90.257(b). Radio Services as follows: Power, For- (3) This frequency is shared with the est Products, Special Industrial, Petro- Radio Control (R/C) Service, part of the leum, Business, and the Local Govern- Personal Radio Services, where it is ment Radio Service and may be used in used solely for the radio control of this service only for the purpose of re- models. mote control and telemetering. (4) This frequency is available on a (10) Operational fixed stations must shared basis in the Manufacturers, For- employ directional antennas having a est Products, Special Industrial, Rail- front-to-back ratio of at least 20 db. road, and Fire Radio Services and Omnidirectional antennas having unity interservice coordination is required. gains may be employed for stations All communications must be within communicating with at least three re- the boundaries or confines of plants, ceiving locations separated by 160° of mills, yards, or other manufacturing azimuth. areas. All operations on this frequency (11) This frequency band is available are subject to the provisions of to stations in this service subject to § 90.257(b). the provisions of § 90.259. (5) This frequency is shared with the (12) The requirements for secondary Forest Products and Petroleum Radio fixed use of frequencies in this band are Services. The output power of trans- set forth in § 90.261. mitters operating on this frequency (13) This frequency is available on a shall not exceed 110 watts. shared basis in the Power, Petroleum, (6) For FM transmitters the sum of Forest Products, Manufacturers, and the highest modulating frequency in Telephone Maintenance Radio Serv- hertz and the amount of frequency de- ices. It may be assigned only when all viation or swing in hertz may not ex- of the frequencies in the 450–470 MHz

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band allocated to the service in which cities of Duluth, Minnesota; Des the applicant is primarily eligible are Moines and Davenport, Iowa; Omaha, assigned within 56 km. (35 mi) of the Nebraska; Colorado Springs, Colorado; proposed base station. and Wichita, Kansas. (14) Subpart L contains rules for as- (23) This frequency is not available in signment of frequencies in the 470–512 the 150–170 MHz band until August 18, MHz band. 1996. This frequency will be assigned (15) Subpart S contains rules for as- with an authorized bandwidth not to signment of frequencies in the 806–821/ exceed 11.25 kHz. In the 450–470 MHz 851–866 and 896–901/935–940 MHz bands. band, secondary telemetry operations (16) Assignment of frequencies above pursuant to § 90.238(e) will be author- 928 MHz for operational-fixed stations ized on this frequency. is governed by part 94 of this chapter. (24) Frequencies in this band are (17) Available only on a shared basis available only for one-way paging oper- with stations in other services, and ations in accordance with § 90.494. subject to no protection from inter- (25) The frequencies available for use ference due to the operation of indus- at operational-fixed stations in the trial, scientific, or medical (ISM) de- band 72–76 MHz are listed in vices. In the 2483.5–2500 MHz band, no § 90.257(a)(1). These frequencies are applications for new or modification to shared with other services and are existing stations to increase the num- available only in accordance with the ber of transmitters will be accepted. provisions of § 90.257. Existing licensees as of July 25, 1985, or (26) Frequencies in this band will be on a subsequent date following as a re- assigned for low power wireless micro- sult of submitting an application for li- phones in accordance with the provi- cense on or before July 25, 1985, are sions of § 90.265. grandfathered and their operation is (27) Subpart T contains rules for as- co-primary with the Radiodetermin- signment of frequencies in the 220–222 ation Satellite Service. MHz band. (18) Use of this frequency band is lim- (28) This frequency is available on a ited to developmental operation and is shared basis in the Power, Petroleum, subject to the provisions of subpart Q. Business, and Railroad Radio Services (19) The maximum effective rediated and interservice coordination is re- power (ERP) may not exceed 20 watts quired. All communications on this fre- for fixed stations and 2 watts for mo- quency must be conducted within the bile stations and the height of the an- boundaries or confines of a plant, fac- tenna system may not exceed 15.24 me- tory, shipyard, mill, or other manufac- ters (50 feet) above ground. All such op- turing area. All operations on this fre- eration is on a secondary basis to adja- quency are subject to the provisions of cent channel land mobile operations. § 90.257(b). Pulsed modulations will not (20) Use of this frequency is limited be authorized. to stations located at least 120.7 km (75 (29) This frequency is not available miles) from the center of any urbanized until August 18, 1996. After August 18, area of 200,000 or more population (U.S 1996 this frequency will be assigned Census of Population, 1970). Operation with an authorized bandwidth not to is on a second any basis to that in the exceed 6 kHz. Power Radio Service. (30) Assignment of frequencies in this (21) This frequency is shared with the band are subject to the provisions of Special Industrial Radio Service in the § 90.173. States of North Dakota; South Dakota; (31) This frequency is available for Iowa; Nebraska; Kansas and Missouri systems first licensed prior to August beyond 80 km (50 miles) from St. Louis 18, 1995. No new systems will be author- and Kansas City; Colorado and Wyo- ized after August 18, 1995, but prior au- ming east of Longitude 106 degrees; and thorized systems may be modified, ex- Minnesota south of Latitude 47 de- panded, and renewed. grees. (32) Licensees as of August 18, 1995 (22) This frequency may not be who operate systems that are 2.5 kHz shared in the Special Industrial Radio removed from regularly assignable fre- Service within 32 km (20 miles) of the quencies may continue to operate on a

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secondary, non-interference basis after Sections Affected in the Finding Aids sec- August 1, 2003. tion of this volume. (e) Additional frequencies available. In addition to the frequencies shown in § 90.81 Telephone Maintenance Radio Service. the frequency table of this section, the following frequencies are available in (a) Eligibility. Communications com- this service: (See also § 90.253.) mon carriers engaged in the provision (1) Frequencies may be substituted of landline local exchange telephone for those available below 25 MHz in ac- service, or interexchange communica- cordance with the provisions of § 90.263. tions service, or who provide wire-tele- (2) [Reserved] graph service, and radio communica- (3) Frequencies in the band 73.0–74.6 tions common carriers authorized in MHz may be assigned to stations au- the Point-to-Point Microwave Radio thorized their use on or before Decem- Service under part 21 of this chapter ber 1, 1961, but no new stations will be are eligible to hold authorizations in authorized in this band, nor will expan- the Telephone Maintenance Radio sion of existing systems be permitted. Service. Resellers that do not own or (See also § 90.257.) control transmission facilities are not (4) Frequencies in the 421–430, MHz eligible in this service. band are available in the Detroit, (b) Special limitations on use. The fa- Cleveland, and Buffalo areas in accord- cilities authorized in this service shall ance with the rules in §§ 90.273 through only be used for transmission of com- 90.281. munications directly related to the (f) Limitation on number of frequencies construction, repair, maintenance or assignable. Normally only one fre- operation of communications common quency or pair of frequencies in the carrier facilities. The facilities author- paired frequency mode of operation, ized in this service shall not be used for will be assigned for mobile service op- the transmission of any common car- erations by a single applicant in a rier or public correspondence commu- given area. The assignment of an addi- nication. tional frequency or pair of frequencies (c) Frequencies available. The follow- will be made only upon a satisfactory ing table indicates frequencies avail- showing of need, except that: able for assignment to stations in the (1) Additional frequencies above 25 Telephone Maintenance Radio Service, MHz may be assigned in connection together with the class of station(s) to with operation of mobile repeaters in which they are normally assigned and accordance with § 90.247 notwithstand- the specific assignment limitations ing this limitation. which are explained in paragraph (d) of (2) Frequencies in the ranges 30.56– this section: 30.57 MHz, 35.00–35.01 MHz, 35.99–36.00 TELEPHONE MAINTENANCE RADIO SERVICE MHz, and 37.00–37.01 MHz are available FREQUENCY TABLE for assignment to applicants in this service subject to the provisions of sub- Limita- Frequency or band Class of station(s) tions part Q notwithstanding this limitation. (3) Frequencies in the 25–50 MHz, 150– Kilohertz 170 MHz, 450–512 MHz and 902–928 MHz 2,000 to 25,000 ...... Fixed, base or mobile 14 bands may be assigned for the oper- ation of Location and Monitoring Serv- Megahertz ice (LMS) systems in accordance with 35.16 ...... Base or mobile ...... the provisions of subpart M of this 43.16 ...... Mobile ...... part, notwithstanding this limitation. 72±76 ...... Operational fixed ...... 13 150 to 170 ...... Base or mobile ...... 17, 19 (Secs. 4(i) and 303(r), Communications Act of 151.985 ...... Base or mobile ...... 1934, as amended, §§ 0.131 and 0.331 of the 152.9925 ...... do ...... 16 Commission’s Rules and 5 U.S.C. 553 (b)(3)(B) 158.34 ...... Mobile ...... and (d)(3); 47 U.S.C. 154(i) and 303) 158.3475 ...... do ...... 11 169±172 ...... do ...... 15 [43 FR 54791, Nov. 22, 1978] 216 to 220 ...... Base or mobile ...... 2 220±222 ...... Base and mobile ...... 1 EDITORIAL NOTE: For FEDERAL REGISTER ci- 450 to 470 ...... Fixed, base, or mobile 3, 17 tations affecting § 90.79, see the List of CFR 451.1625 ...... Mobile ...... 18

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Limita- Limita- Frequency or band Class of station(s) tions Frequency or band Class of station(s) tions

451.175 ...... Base or mobile ...... 4 456.175 ...... do ...... 4 451.18125 ...... do ...... 4, 16 456.18125 ...... do ...... 4, 16 451.18750 ...... do ...... 4, 11 456.18750 ...... do ...... 4, 11 451.19375 ...... do ...... 4, 16 456.19375 ...... do ...... 4, 16 451.2125 ...... Mobile ...... 18 456.2125 ...... do ...... 18 451.225 ...... Base or mobile ...... 4 456.225 ...... do ...... 4 451.23125 ...... do ...... 4, 16 456.23125 ...... do ...... 4, 16 451.23750 ...... do ...... 4, 11 456.23750 ...... do ...... 4, 11 451.24375 ...... do ...... 4, 16 456.24375 ...... do ...... 4, 16 451.2625 ...... Mobile ...... 18 456.2625 ...... do ...... 18 451.275 ...... Base or mobile ...... 4 456.275 ...... do ...... 4 451.28125 ...... do ...... 4, 16 456.28125 ...... do ...... 4, 16 451.28750 ...... do ...... 4, 11 456.28750 ...... do ...... 4, 11 451.29375 ...... do ...... 4, 16 456.29375 ...... do ...... 4, 16 451.300 ...... do. 456.300 ...... do ...... 5 451.30625 ...... do ...... 16 456.30625 ...... do ...... 5, 16 451.31250 ...... do ...... 11 456.31250 ...... do ...... 5, 11 451.31875 ...... do ...... 16 456.31875 ...... do ...... 5, 16 451.325 ...... do. 456.325 ...... do ...... 5 451.33125 ...... do ...... 16 456.33125 ...... do ...... 5, 16 451.33750 ...... do ...... 11 456.33750 ...... do ...... 5, 11 451.34375 ...... do ...... 16 456.34375 ...... do ...... 5, 16 451.350 ...... do. 456.350 ...... do ...... 5 451.35625 ...... do ...... 16 456.35625 ...... do ...... 5, 16 451.36250 ...... do ...... 11 456.36250 ...... do ...... 5, 11 451.36875 ...... do ...... 16 456.36875 ...... do ...... 5, 16 451.375 ...... do ...... 4 456.375 ...... do ...... 4 451.38125 ...... do ...... 4, 16 456.38125 ...... do ...... 4, 16 451.38750 ...... do ...... 4, 11 456.38750 ...... do ...... 4, 11 451.39375 ...... do ...... 4, 16 456.39375 ...... do ...... 4, 16 451.400 ...... do. 456.400 ...... do ...... 5 451.40625 ...... do ...... 16 456.40625 ...... do ...... 5, 16 451.41250 ...... do ...... 11 456.41250 ...... do ...... 5, 11 451.41875 ...... do ...... 16 456.41875 ...... do ...... 5, 16 451.425 ...... do ...... 4 456.425 ...... do ...... 4 451.43125 ...... do ...... 4, 16 456.43125 ...... do ...... 4, 16 451.43750 ...... do ...... 4, 11 456.43750 ...... do ...... 4, 11 451.44375 ...... do ...... 4, 16 456.44375 ...... do ...... 4, 16 451.450 ...... do. 456.450 ...... do ...... 5 451.45625 ...... do ...... 16 456.45625 ...... do ...... 5, 16 451.46250 ...... do ...... 11 456.46250 ...... do ...... 5, 11 451.46875 ...... do ...... 16 456.46875 ...... do ...... 5, 16 451.475 ...... do ...... 4 456.475 ...... do ...... 4 451.48125 ...... do ...... 4, 16 456.48125 ...... do ...... 4, 16 451.48750 ...... do ...... 4, 11 456.48750 ...... do ...... 4, 11 451.49375 ...... do ...... 4, 16 456.49375 ...... do ...... 4, 16 451.500 ...... do. 456.500 ...... do ...... 5 451.50625 ...... do ...... 16 456.50625 ...... do ...... 5, 16 451.51250 ...... do ...... 11 456.51250 ...... do ...... 5, 11 451.51875 ...... do ...... 16 456.51875 ...... do ...... 5, 16 451.525 ...... do ...... 4 456.525 ...... do ...... 4 451.53125 ...... do ...... 4, 16 456.53125 ...... do ...... 4, 16 451.53750 ...... do ...... 4, 11 456.53750 ...... do ...... 4, 11 451.54375 ...... do ...... 4, 16 456.54375 ...... do ...... 4, 16 451.5625 ...... Mobile ...... 18 456.5625 ...... do ...... 18 451.575 ...... Base or mobile ...... 4 456.575 ...... do ...... 4 451.58125 ...... do ...... 4, 16 456.58125 ...... do ...... 4, 16 451.58750 ...... do ...... 4, 11 456.58750 ...... do ...... 4, 11 451.59375 ...... do ...... 4, 16 456.59375 ...... do ...... 4, 16 451.6125 ...... Mobile ...... 18 456.6125 ...... do ...... 18 451.625 ...... Base or mobile ...... 4 456.625 ...... do ...... 4 451.63125 ...... do ...... 4, 16 456.63125 ...... do ...... 4, 16 451.63750 ...... do ...... 4, 11 456.63750 ...... do ...... 4, 11 451.64375 ...... do ...... 4, 16 456.64375 ...... do ...... 4, 16 451.6625 ...... Mobile ...... 18 456.6625 ...... do ...... 18 451.675 ...... Base or mobile ...... 4 456.675 ...... do ...... 4 451.68125 ...... do ...... 4, 16 456.68125 ...... do ...... 4, 16 451.68750 ...... do ...... 4, 11 456.68750 ...... do ...... 4, 11 451.69375 ...... do ...... 4, 16 456.69375 ...... do ...... 4, 16 456.1625 ...... Mobile ...... 18 462.4625 ...... do ...... 18

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TELEPHONE MAINTENANCE RADIO SERVICE indefinitely, increase the number of FREQUENCY TABLEÐContinued transmitters operated, and expand the geographic coverage area of their sys- Limita- Frequency or band Class of station(s) tions tems, without a showing that all of the base and mobile Telephone Mainte- 462.475 ...... Base or mobile ...... 4 nance Radio Service frequencies in this 462.48125 ...... do ...... 4, 16 462.48750 ...... do ...... 4, 11 band are assigned within 56 km (35 462.49375 ...... do ...... 4, 16 miles) of the existing base station. 462.5125 ...... Mobile ...... 18 (5) This frequency may be assigned to 462.525 ...... Base or mobile ...... 4 auxiliary test stations. 462.53125 ...... do ...... 4, 16 467.4625 ...... Mobile ...... 18 (6) Subpart L contains rules for as- 467.475 ...... do ...... 4 signment of frequencies in the 470–512 467.48125 ...... do ...... 4, 16 MHz band. 467.48750 ...... do ...... 4, 11 467.49375 ...... do ...... 4, 16 (7) Subpart S contains rules for as- 467.5125 ...... do ...... 18 signment of frequencies in the 806–821/ 467.525 ...... do ...... 4 851–866 and 896–901/935–940 MHz bands. 467.53125 ...... do ...... 4, 16 470 to 512 ...... Base or mobile ...... 6 (8) Assignment of frequencies above 806 to 821 ...... Mobile ...... 7 928 MHz for operational-fixed stations 851 to 866 ...... Base or mobile ...... 7 is governed by part 94 of this chapter. 896 to 901 ...... Mobile ...... 7 928 and above ...... Operational fixed ...... 8 (9) Available only on a shared basis 929±930 ...... Base only ...... 12 with stations in other services, and 935 to 940 ...... Base or mobile ...... 7 subject to no protection from inter- 1427 to 1435 ...... Operational fixed, base 2 ference due to the operation of indus- or mobile. 2450 to 2500 ...... Base or mobile ...... 9 trial, scientific, or medical (ISM) de- 8400 to 8500 ...... do ...... 10 vices. In the 2483.5–2500 MHz band, no 10,550 to 10,680* ...... do ...... applications for new or modification to * The frequencies in the band 10.55±10.68 GHz are avail- existing stations to increase the num- able for Digital Termination Systems and for associated internodal links in the Point-to-Point Microwave Radio Service. ber of transmitters will be accepted. No new licenses will be issued under this subpart but current Existing licensees as of July 25, 1985, or licenses will be renewed. on a subsequent date following as a re- (d) Explanation of assignment limita- sult of submitting an application for li- tions appearing in the frequency table cense on or before July 25, 1985, are of paragraph (c) of this section: grandfathered and their operation is (1) Subpart T contains rules for as- co-primary with the Radiodetermin- signment of frequencies in the 220–222 ation Satellite Service. MHz band. (10) Use of this frequency band is lim- (2) This frequency band is available ited to developmental operation and is to stations in this service subject to subject to the provisions of subpart Q. the provisions of § 90.259. (11) This frequency is not available in (3) The requirements for secondary the 150–170 MHz band until August 18, fixed use of frequencies in this band are 1996. This frequency will be assigned set forth in § 90.261. with an authorized bandwidth not to (4) This frequency is available on a exceed 11.25 kHz. In the 450–470 MHz shared basis in the Power, Petroleum, band, secondary telemetry operations Forest Products, Manufacturers, and pursuant to § 90.238(e) will be author- Telephone Maintenance Radio Serv- ized on this frequency. ices. It may be assigned only when all (12) Frequencies in this band are of the base and mobile frequencies in available only for one-way paging oper- the 450–470 MHz band for which the ap- ations in accordance with § 90.494. plicant is primarily eligible are as- (13) The frequencies available for use signed within 56 km (35 miles) of the at operational-fixed stations in the proposed base station. Applications for band 72–76 MHz are listed in this frequency must be coordinated § 90.257(a)(1). These frequencies are with all five services. Telephone Main- shared with other services and are tenance Radio Service licensees on this available only in accordance with the frequency authorized prior to Septem- provisions of § 90.257. ber 26, 1986, including their successors (14) Only entities engaged in the re- or assignees in business, will be per- pair of telecommunications circuits mitted to renew their authorizations are eligible to use this spectrum, and

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then only in accordance with § 90.266. will be made only upon a satisfactory Except as provided in this part, licens- showing of need, except that: ees may not use these frequencies in (1) Additional frequencies above 25 the place of other operational circuits MHz may be assigned in connection permitted by the Commission’s Rules. with operation of mobile repeaters in Circuits operating on these frequencies accordance with § 90.247 notwithstand- may be used only for coordinating the ing this limitation; repair of wireline or point-to-point (2) Frequencies in ranges 30.56–30.57 microwave circuits. MHz, 35.00–35.01 MHz, 35.99–36.00 MHz, (15) Frequencies in this band will be and 37.00–37.01 MHz are available for as- assigned for low power wireless micro- signment of applicants in this service phones in accordance with the provi- subject to the provisions of subpart Q sions of § 90.265. notwithstanding this limitation. (16) This frequency is not available (3) Frequencies in the 25–50 MHz, 150– until August 18, 1996. After August 18, 170 MHz, 450–512 MHz and 902–928 MHz 1996 this frequency will be assigned bands may be assigned for the oper- with an authorized bandwidth not to ation of Location and Monitoring Serv- exceed 6 kHz. ice (LMS) systems in accordance with (17) Assignment of frequencies in this the provisions of subpart M of this band are subject to the provisions of part, notwithstanding this limitation. § 90.173. (18) This frequency is available for (Secs. 4(i) and 303(r), Communications Act of systems first licensed prior to August 1934, as amended, §§ 0.131 and 0.331 of the Commission’s Rules and 5 U.S.C. 553 (b)(3)(B) 18, 1995. No new systems will be author- and (d)(3); 47 U.S.C. 154(i) and 303) ized after August 18, 1995, but prior au- thorized systems may be modified, ex- [43 FR 54791, Nov. 22, 1978] panded, and renewed. EDITORIAL NOTE: For FEDERAL REGISTER ci- (19) Licensees as of August 18, 1995 tations affecting § 90.81, see the List of CFR who operate systems that are 2.5 kHz Sections Affected in the Finding Aids sec- removed from regularly assignable fre- tion of this volume. quencies may continue to operate on a secondary, non-interference basis after Subpart E—Land Transportation August 1, 2003. Radio Services (e) Additional frequencies available. In addition to the frequencies shown in EFFECTIVE DATE NOTE: At 62 FR 18924, Apr. the frequency table of this section, the 17, 1997, subpart E, consisting of §§ 90.85— following frequencies are available in 90.95, was removed and reserved, effective this service: (See also § 90.253.) Oct. 17, 1997. (1) [Reserved] (2) Frequencies in the band 73.0–74.6 § 90.85 Scope. MHz may be assigned to stations au- The Land Transportation Radio Serv- thorized their use on or before Decem- ices include the Motor Carrier, Rail- ber 1, 1961, but no new stations will be road, Taxicab and Automobile Emer- authorized in this band, nor will expan- gency Radio Services. Rules as to eligi- sion of existing systems be permitted. bility for licensing, permissible com- (See also § 90.257.) munications, assignable frequencies, (3) Frequencies in the 421–430 MHz and any special requirements as to band are available in the Detroit, each of these radio services are set Cleveland, and Buffalo areas in accord- forth in the following sections. ance with the rules in §§ 90.273 through 90.281. [43 FR 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, as amended at 54 (f) Limitation on number of frequencies FR 39739, Sept. 28, 1989] assignable. Normally only one fre- quency, or pair of frequencies in the § 90.87 General eligibility. paired frequency mode of operation, (a) In addition to the eligibility will be assigned for mobile service op- shown in each Land Transportation erations by a single applicant in a Radio Service, eligibility is also pro- given area. The assignment of an addi- vided for any corporation proposing to tional frequency or pair of frequencies furnish non-profit radiocommunication

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service to its parent corporation, to an- are explained in paragraph (c) of this other subsidiary of the same parent, or section: to its own subsidiary provided the party served is regularly engaged in MOTOR CARRIER RADIO SERVICE FREQUENCY any of the eligibility activities set TABLE forth in the particular service involved. Limita- This corporate eligibility is not subject Frequency or band Class of station(s) tions to the cooperative use provisions of § 90.179. Megahertz (b) Eligibility is also provided for a 30.66 ...... Base or mobile ...... 1, 2 non-profit corporation or association 30.74 ...... do ...... 1, 2 that is organized for the purpose of fur- 30.82 ...... do ...... 1, 2 30.86 ...... do ...... 1, 3 nishing a radiocommunication service 30.90 ...... do ...... 1, 3 to persons actually engaged in any of 30.94 ...... do ...... 1, 3 the eligibility activities set forth in 30.98 ...... do ...... 1, 3 the particular service involved. Such 31.02 ...... do ...... 1, 3 31.06 ...... do ...... 1, 3 use is subject to the cooperative use 31.08 ...... do ...... 1 provisions of § 90.179. 31.10 ...... do ...... 1, 3 31.12 ...... do ...... 1 [47 FR 19538, May 6, 1982] 31.14 ...... do ...... 1, 3 43.70 ...... do ...... 4 § 90.89 Motor Carrier Radio Service. 43.72 ...... do ...... 4, 23 43.74 ...... do ...... 4, 23 (a) Eligibility. Persons primarily en- 43.76 ...... do ...... 4 gaged in providing a common or con- 43.78 ...... do ...... 4 tract motor carrier transportation 43.80 ...... do ...... 4 43.82 ...... do ...... 4, 23 service in any of the following activi- 43.84 ...... do ...... 4, 23 ties are eligible to hold authorizations 43.86 ...... do ...... 5, 6 in the Motor Carrier Radio Service to 43.88 ...... do ...... 5, 6 operate radio stations for transmission 43.90 ...... do ...... 5, 6 43.92 ...... do ...... 5, 6, 23 of communications essential to such 43.94 ...... do ...... 5, 6 activities of the licensee: Provided, 43.96 ...... do ...... 5, 23 however, That motor vehicles used as 43.98 ...... do ...... 5 taxicabs, livery vehicles, or school 44.00 ...... do ...... 5 44.02 ...... do ...... 5 buses, and motor vehicles used for 44.04 ...... do ...... 5 sightseeing or special charter purposes, 44.06 ...... do ...... 5 shall not be included within the mean- 44.08 ...... do ...... 5 44.10 ...... do ...... 5, 19 ing of this term as used in the Motor 44.12 ...... do ...... 5, 23 Carrier Radio Service. For purposes of 44.14 ...... do ...... 5 this rule, an urban area is defined as 44.16 ...... do ...... 5, 23 being one or more contiguous, incor- 44.18 ...... do ...... 5, 23 44.20 ...... do ...... 5, 20, 23 porated or unincorporated cities, bor- 44.22 ...... do ...... 5 oughs, towns, or villages, have aggre- 44.24 ...... do ...... 5 gate population of 2,500 or more per- 44.26 ...... do ...... 5 44.28 ...... do ...... 5 sons. 44.30 ...... do ...... 5 (1) The transportation of passengers 44.32 ...... do ...... 5, 23 between urban areas. 44.34 ...... do ...... 5 (2) The transportation of property be- 44.36 ...... do ...... 5, 6, 23 44.38 ...... do ...... 5, 6 tween urban areas. 44.40 ...... do ...... 5, 6, 23 (3) The transportation of passengers 44.42 ...... do ...... 5, 6 within a single urban area. 44.44 ...... do ...... 5, 6 (4) The transportation, local distribu- 44.46 ...... do ...... 1, 23 44.48 ...... do ...... 1, 23 tion or collection of property within a 44.50 ...... do ...... 1 single urban area. 44.52 ...... do ...... 1 (b) Frequencies available. The follow- 44.54 ...... do ...... 1 44.56 ...... do ...... 1 ing table indicates frequencies avail- 44.58 ...... do ...... 1 able for assignment to stations in the 44.60 ...... do ...... 1 Motor Carrier Radio Service, together 72.0±76.0 ...... Operational fixed ...... 7 with the class of station(s) to which 150 to 170 ...... Base or mobile ...... 24, 27 159.495 ...... do ...... 8 they are normally assigned; and the 159.5025 ...... do ...... 8, 21 specific assignment limitations, which 159.510 ...... do ...... 8

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159.5175 ...... do ...... 8, 21 160.0425 ...... do ...... 8, 21 159.525 ...... do ...... 8 160.050 ...... do ...... 8 159.5325 ...... do ...... 8, 21 160.0575 ...... do ...... 8, 21 159.540 ...... do ...... 8 160.065 ...... do ...... 8 159.5475 ...... do ...... 8, 21 160.0725 ...... do ...... 8, 21 159.555 ...... do ...... 8 160.080 ...... do ...... 8 159.5625 ...... do ...... 8, 21 160.0875 ...... do ...... 8, 21 159.570 ...... do ...... 8 160.095 ...... do ...... 8 159.5775 ...... do ...... 8, 21 160.1025 ...... do ...... 8, 21 159.585 ...... do ...... 8 160.110 ...... do ...... 8 159.5925 ...... do ...... 8, 21 160.1175 ...... do ...... 8, 21 159.600 ...... do ...... 8 160.125 ...... do ...... 8 159.6075 ...... do ...... 8, 21 160.1325 ...... do ...... 8, 21 159.615 ...... do ...... 8 160.140 ...... do ...... 8 159.6225 ...... do ...... 8, 21 160.1475 ...... do ...... 8, 21 159.630 ...... do ...... 8 160.155 ...... do ...... 8 159.6375 ...... do ...... 8, 21 160.1625 ...... do ...... 8, 21 159.645 ...... do ...... 8 160.170 ...... do ...... 8 159.6525 ...... do ...... 8, 21 160.1775 ...... do ...... 8, 21 159.660 ...... do ...... 8 160.185 ...... do ...... 8 159.6675 ...... do ...... 8, 21 160.1925 ...... do ...... 8, 21 159.675 ...... do ...... 8 160.200 ...... do ...... 8 159.6825 ...... do ...... 8, 21 160.2075 ...... do ...... 8, 21 159.690 ...... do ...... 8 169±172 ...... Mobile ...... 17 159.6975 ...... do ...... 8, 21 220±222 ...... Base and mobile ...... 22 159.705 ...... do ...... 8 450±470 ...... Fixed, base, or mobile 9, 24 159.7125 ...... do ...... 8, 21 452.3125 ...... Mobile ...... 25 159.720 ...... do ...... 8 452.325 ...... Base or mobile ...... 10 159.7275 ...... do ...... 8, 21 452.33125 ...... do ...... 10, 26 159.735 ...... do ...... 8 452.33750 ...... do ...... 10, 21 159.7425 ...... do ...... 8, 21 452.34375 ...... do ...... 10, 26 159.750 ...... do ...... 8 452.3625 ...... Mobile ...... 25 159.7575 ...... do ...... 8, 21 452.375 ...... Base or mobile ...... 10 159.765 ...... do ...... 8 452.38125 ...... do ...... 10, 26 159.7725 ...... do ...... 8, 21 452.38750 ...... do ...... 10, 21 159.780 ...... do ...... 8 452.39375 ...... do ...... 10, 26 159.7875 ...... do ...... 8, 21 452.4125 ...... Mobile ...... 25 159.795 ...... do ...... 8 452.425 ...... Base or mobile ...... 10 159.8025 ...... do ...... 8, 21 452.43125 ...... do ...... 10, 26 159.810 ...... do ...... 8 452.43750 ...... do ...... 10, 21 159.8175 ...... do ...... 8, 21 452.44375 ...... do ...... 10, 26 159.825 ...... do ...... 8 452.4625 ...... Mobile ...... 25 159.8325 ...... do ...... 8, 21 452.475 ...... Base or mobile ...... 10 159.840 ...... do ...... 8 452.48125 ...... do ...... 10, 26 159.8475 ...... do ...... 8, 21 452.48750 ...... do ...... 10, 21 159.855 ...... do ...... 8 452.49375 ...... do ...... 10, 26 159.8625 ...... do ...... 8, 21 452.6125 ...... Mobile ...... 25 159.870 ...... do ...... 8 452.625 ...... Base or mobile ...... 159.8775 ...... do ...... 8, 21 452.63125 ...... do ...... 26 159.885 ...... do ...... 8 452.63750 ...... do ...... 21 159.8925 ...... do ...... 8, 21 452.64375 ...... do ...... 26 159.900 ...... do ...... 8 452.650 ...... do ...... 159.9075 ...... do ...... 8, 21 452.65625 ...... do ...... 26 159.915 ...... do ...... 8 452.66250 ...... do ...... 21 159.9225 ...... do ...... 8, 21 452.66875 ...... do ...... 26 159.930 ...... do ...... 8 452.675 ...... do ...... 159.9375 ...... do ...... 8, 21 452.68125 ...... do ...... 26 159.945 ...... do ...... 8 452.68750 ...... do ...... 21 159.9525 ...... do ...... 8, 21 452.69375 ...... do ...... 26 159.960 ...... do ...... 8 452.700 ...... do ...... 159.9675 ...... do ...... 8, 21 452.70625 ...... do ...... 26 159.975 ...... do ...... 8 452.71250 ...... do ...... 21 159.9825 ...... do ...... 8, 21 452.71875 ...... do ...... 26 159.990 ...... do ...... 8 452.725 ...... do ...... 159.9975 ...... do ...... 8, 21 452.73125 ...... do ...... 26 160.005 ...... do ...... 8 452.73750 ...... do ...... 21 160.0125 ...... do ...... 8, 21 452.74375 ...... do ...... 26 160.020 ...... do ...... 8 452.750 ...... do ...... 160.0275 ...... do ...... 8, 21 452.75625 ...... do ...... 26 160.035 ...... do ...... 8 452.76250 ...... do ...... 21

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452.76875 ...... do ...... 26 457.800 ...... do ...... 452.775 ...... do ...... 10 457.80625 ...... do ...... 26 452.78125 ...... do ...... 10, 26 457.81250 ...... do ...... 21 452.78750 ...... do ...... 10, 21 457.81875 ...... do ...... 26 452.79375 ...... do ...... 10, 26 452.800 ...... do ...... 457.825 ...... do ...... 10 452.80625 ...... do ...... 26 457.83125 ...... do ...... 10, 26 452.81250 ...... do ...... 21 457.83750 ...... do ...... 10, 21 452.81875 ...... do ...... 26 457.84375 ...... do ...... 10, 26 452.825 ...... do ...... 10 457.850 ...... do ...... 452.83125 ...... do ...... 10, 26 457.85625 ...... do ...... 26 452.83750 ...... do ...... 10, 21 457.86250 ...... do ...... 21 452.84375 ...... do ...... 10, 26 457.86875 ...... do ...... 26 452.850 ...... do ...... 457.875 ...... do ...... 10 452.85625 ...... do ...... 26 457.88125 ...... do ...... 10, 26 452.86250 ...... do ...... 21 452.86875 ...... do ...... 26 457.88750 ...... do ...... 10, 21 452.875 ...... do ...... 10 457.89375 ...... do ...... 10, 26 452.88125 ...... do ...... 10, 26 470 to 512 ...... Base or mobile ...... 11 452.88750 ...... do ...... 10, 21 806 to 821 ...... Mobile ...... 12 452.89375 ...... do ...... 10, 26 851 to 866 ...... Base or mobile ...... 12 457.3125 ...... Mobile ...... 25 896 to 901 ...... Mobile ...... 12 457.325 ...... do ...... 10 928 and above ...... Operational fixed ...... 13 457.33125 ...... do ...... 10, 26 929±930 ...... Base only ...... 18 457.33750 ...... do ...... 10, 21 935 to 940 ...... Base or mobile ...... 12 457.34375 ...... do ...... 10, 26 1427 to 1435 ...... Operational fixed, base 14 457.3625 ...... do ...... 25 457.375 ...... do ...... 10 or mobile. 457.38125 ...... do ...... 10, 26 2450 to 2500 ...... Base or mobile ...... 15 457.38750 ...... do ...... 10, 21 8400 to 8500 ...... do ...... 16 457.39375 ...... do ...... 10, 26 10,550 to 10,680* ...... do ...... 457.4125 ...... do ...... 25 457.425 ...... do ...... 10 * The frequencies in the band 10.55±10.68 GHz are avail- able for Digital Termination Systems and for associated 457.43125 ...... do ...... 10, 26 internodal links in the Point-to-Point Microwave Radio Service. 457.43750 ...... do ...... 10, 21 No new licenses will be issued under this subpart but current 457.44375 ...... do ...... 10, 26 licenses will be renewed. 457.4625 ...... do ...... 25 457.475 ...... do ...... 10 457.48125 ...... do ...... 10, 26 (c) Explanation of assignment limita- 457.48750 ...... do ...... 10, 21 tions appearing in the frequency table 457.49375 ...... do ...... 10, 26 of paragraph (b) of this section: 457.6125 ...... do ...... 25 (1) This frequency is available for as- 457.625 ...... do ...... 457.63125 ...... do ...... 26 signment in this service only to com- 457.63750 ...... do ...... 21 mon and contract motor carriers of 457.64375 ...... do ...... 26 passengers within a single urban area. 457.650 ...... do ...... 457.65625 ...... do ...... 26 (2) This frequency is available on a 457.66250 ...... do ...... 21 shared basis with the Petroleum Radio 457.66875 ...... do ...... 26 Service. 457.675 ...... do ...... 457.68125 ...... do ...... 26 (3) This frequency is available on a 457.68750 ...... do ...... 21 shared basis with stations in the For- 457.69375 ...... do ...... 26 estry-Conservation Radio Service. 457.700 ...... do ...... 457.70625 ...... do ...... 26 (4) This frequency is available for as- 457.71250 ...... do ...... 21 signment in this service only to com- 457.71875 ...... do ...... 26 mon and contract motor carriers of 457.725 ...... do ...... passengers between urban areas. 457.73125 ...... do ...... 26 457.73750 ...... do ...... 21 (5) This frequency is available for as- 457.74375 ...... do ...... 26 signment in this service only to com- 457.750 ...... do ...... mon and contract motor carriers of 457.75625 ...... do ...... 26 457.76250 ...... do ...... 21 property between urban areas. 457.76875 ...... do ...... 26 (6) In addition to single frequency op- 457.775 ...... do ...... 10 eration, this frequency is available to 457.78125 ...... do ...... 10, 26 457.78750 ...... do ...... 10, 21 base and mobile stations for the paired 457.79375 ...... do ...... 10, 26 frequency mode of operation. For two

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frequency systems, the separation be- (17) Frequencies in this band will be tween base and mobile transmit fre- assigned for low power wireless micro- quencies is 500 kHz with the base sta- phones in accordance with the provi- tions transmitting on the higher of the sions of § 90.265. two frequencies. (18) Frequencies in this band are (7) The frequencies available for use available only for one-way paging oper- at operational fixed stations in the ations in accordance with § 90.494. band 72–76 MHz are listed in (19) In the State of Alaska only, the § 90.257(a)(1). These frequencies are frequency 44.10 MHz is available for as- shared with other services and are signment on a primary basis to sta- available only in accordance with the tions in the Common Carrier Rural provisions of § 90.257. Radio Service utilizing meteor burst (8) This frequency is available for as- communications. The frequency may signment in this service only to com- be used by private radio stations for mon and contract motor carriers of meteor burst communications on a sec- property. ondary, noninterference basis. Usage (9) The requirements for secondary shall be in accordance with parts 22 fixed use of frequencies in this band are and 90 of this chapter. Stations utiliz- set forth in § 90.261. ing meteor burst communications shall (10) This frequency is shared in the not cause harmful interference to sta- Motor Carrier and Railroad Radio tions of other radio services operating Services. It may be assigned only when in accordance with the allocation all of the frequencies in the 450–470 table. MHz band allocated to the service in (20) In the State of Alaska only, the which the applicant is primarily eligi- frequency 44.20 MHz is available for as- ble are assigned within 56 km. (35 mi.) signment on a primary basis to private of the proposed base station. land mobile radio stations utilizing (11) Subpart L contains rules for as- meteor burst communications. The fre- signment of frequencies in the 470–512 quency may be used by common carrier MHz band. stations for meteor burst communica- (12) Subpart S contains rules for as- tions on a secondary, noninterference signment of frequencies in the 806–821/ basis. Usage shall be in accordance 851–866 and 896–901/935–940 MHz bands. with parts 22 and 90 of this chapter. (13) Assignment of frequencies above Stations utilizing meteor burst com- 928 MHz for operational-fixed stations munications shall not cause harmful is governed by part 94 of this chapter. interference to stations of other radio (14) This frequency is available to services operating in accordance with stations in this service subject to the the allocation table. provisions of § 90.259. (21) This frequency is not available in (15) Available only on a shared basis the 150–170 MHz band until August 18, with stations in other services, and 1996. This frequency will be assigned subject to no protection from inter- with an authorized bandwidth not to ference due to the operation of indus- exceed 11.25 kHz. In the 450–470 MHz trial, scientific, or medical (ISM) de- band, secondary telemetry operations vices. In the 2483.5–2500 MHz band, no applications for new or modification to pursuant to § 90.238(e) will be author- existing stations to increase the num- ized on this frequency. ber of transmitters will be accepted. (22) Subpart T contains rules for as- Existing licensees as of July 25, 1985, or signment of frequencies in the 220–222 on a subsequent date following as a re- MHz band. sult of submitting an application for li- (23) This frequency is also used on a cense on or before July 25, 1985, are secondary basis for cordless telephones grandfathered and their operation is under part 15 of this chapter. co-primary with the Radiodetermin- (24) Licensing for frequencies in this ation Satellite Service. band are subject to the provisions of (16) Use of this frequency band is lim- § 90.173. ited to developmental operation and is (25) This frequency is available for subject to the provisions of subpart Q. systems first licensed prior to August

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18, 1995. No new systems will be author- and Monitoring Service (LMS) systems ized after August 18, 1995, but prior au- in accordance with the provisions of thorized systems may be modified, ex- subpart M of this part, notwithstand- panded, and renewed. ing this limitation. (26) This frequency is not available (Secs. 4(i) and 303(r), Communications Act of until August 18, 1996. After August 18, 1934, as amended, §§ 0.131 and 0.331 of the 1996 this frequency will be assigned Commission’s Rules and 5 U.S.C. 553 (b)(3)(B) with an authorized bandwidth not to and (d)(3); 47 U.S.C. 154(i) and 303) exceed 6 kHz. [43 FR 54791, Nov. 22, 1978] (27) Licensees as of August 18, 1995 who operate systems that are 2.5 kHz EDITORIAL NOTE: For FEDERAL REGISTER ci- removed from regularly assignable fre- tations affecting § 90.89, see the List of CFR quencies may continue to operate on a Sections Affected in the Finding Aids sec- tion of this volume. secondary, non-interference basis after August 1, 2003. § 90.91 Railroad Radio Service. (d) Additional frequencies available. In (a) Eligibility. Railroad common car- addition to the frequencies shown in riers which are regularly engaged in the frequency table of this section, the the transportation of passengers or following frequencies are available in property when such passengers or prop- this service: (See also § 90.253.) erty are transported over all or part of (1) [Reserved] their route by railroad are eligible to (2) Frequencies in the band 73.0–74.6 hold authorizations in the Railroad MHz may be assigned to stations au- Radio Service to operate radio stations thorized their use on or before Decem- for transmission of communications ber 1, 1961, but no new stations will be and to assure safety of operations es- authorized in this band, nor will expan- sential to such activities of the li- sion of existing systems be permitted. censee. (See also § 90.257.) (b) Frequencies available. The follow- (3) The frequency band 33.00–33.01 ing table indicates frequencies avail- MHz may be used for developmental able for assignment to stations in the operations subject to the provisions of Railroad Radio Service, together with subpart Q. Any type of emission other the class of station(s) to which they than pulsed emission may be used if are normally assigned; and the specific the bandwidth occupied by the emis- assignment limitations, which are ex- sion is contained within the assigned plained in paragraph (d) of this section: frequency band. (4) Frequencies in the 421–430, MHz RAILROAD RADIO SERVICE FREQUENCY TABLE band are available in the Detroit, Cleveland, and Buffalo areas in accord- Frequency or band Class of station(s) Limitations ance with the rules in §§ 90.273 through Megahertz 90.281. (e) Limitation on number of frequencies 72.0 to 76.0 ...... Operational fixed ...... 1 assignable. Normally only one fre- 72.44 ...... Mobile ...... 2 72.48 ...... do ...... 2 quency, or pair of frequencies in the 72.52 ...... do ...... 2 paired frequency mode of operation, 72.56 ...... do ...... 2 will be assigned for mobile service op- 72.60 ...... do ...... 2 74.61 ...... do ...... 21 erations by a single applicant in a 74.63 ...... do ...... 21 given area. The assignment of an addi- 74.65 ...... do ...... 21 tional frequency or pair of frequencies 74.67 ...... do ...... 21 will be made only upon a satisfactory 74.69 ...... do ...... 21 74.71 ...... do ...... 21 showing of need, except that: 74.73 ...... do ...... 21 (1) Additional frequencies above 25 74.75 ...... do ...... 21 MHz may be assigned in connection 74.77 ...... do ...... 21 74.79 ...... do ...... 21 with operation of mobile repeaters in 75.21 ...... do ...... 21 accordance with § 90.247, notwithstand- 75.23 ...... do ...... 21 ing this limitation. 75.25 ...... do ...... 21 (2) Frequencies in the 25–50, 150–170, 75.27 ...... do ...... 21 75.29 ...... do ...... 21 450–512, and 902–928 MHz bands may be 75.31 ...... do ...... 21 assigned for the operation of Location 75.33 ...... do ...... 21

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Frequency or band Class of station(s) Limitations Frequency or band Class of station(s) Limitations

75.35 ...... do ...... 21 160.680 ...... do ...... 3, 4 75.37 ...... do ...... 21 160.6875 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 18 75.39 ...... do ...... 21 160.695 ...... do ...... 3, 4 75.44 ...... do ...... 2 160.7025 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 18 75.48 ...... do ...... 2 160.710 ...... do ...... 3, 4 75.52 ...... do ...... 2 160.7175 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 18 75.56 ...... do ...... 2 160.725 ...... do ...... 3, 4 75.60 ...... do ...... 2 160.7325 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 18 150 to 170 ...... Base or mobile ...... 23, 25 160.740 ...... do ...... 3, 4 160.215 ...... do ...... 3, 4 160.7475 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 18 160.2225 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 18 160.755 ...... do ...... 3, 4 160.230 ...... do ...... 3, 4 160.7625 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 18 160.2375 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 18 160.770 ...... do ...... 3, 4 160.245 ...... do ...... 3, 4 160.7775 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 18 160.2525 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 18 160.785 ...... do ...... 3, 4 160.260 ...... do ...... 3, 4 160.7925 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 18 160.2675 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 18 160.800 ...... do ...... 3, 4 160.275 ...... do ...... 3, 4 160.8075 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 18 160.2825 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 18 160.815 ...... do ...... 3, 4 160.290 ...... do ...... 3, 4 160.8225 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 18 160.2975 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 18 160.830 ...... do ...... 3, 4 160.305 ...... do ...... 3, 4 160.8375 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 18 160.3125 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 18 160.845 ...... do ...... 3, 4 160.320 ...... do ...... 3, 4 160.8525 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 18 160.3275 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 18 160.860 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6 160.335 ...... do ...... 3, 4 160.8675 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6, 18 160.3425 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 18 160.875 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6 160.350 ...... do ...... 3, 4 160.8825 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6, 18 160.3575 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 18 160.890 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6 160.365 ...... do ...... 3, 4 160.8975 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6, 18 160.3725 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 18 160.905 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6 160.380 ...... do ...... 3, 4 160.9125 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6, 18 160.3875 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 18 160.920 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6 160.395 ...... do ...... 3, 4 160.9275 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6, 18 160.4025 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 18 160.935 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6 160.410 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 5 160.9425 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6, 18 160.4175 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 5, 18 160.950 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6 160.425 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 5 160.9575 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6, 18 160.4325 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 5, 18 160.965 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6 160.440 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 5 160.9725 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6, 18 160.4475 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 5, 18 160.980 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6 160.455 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 5 160.9875 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6, 18 160.4625 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 5, 18 160.995 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6 160.470 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 5 161.0025 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6, 18 160.4775 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 5, 18 161.010 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6 160.485 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 5 161.0175 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6, 18 160.4925 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 5, 18 161.025 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6 160.500 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 5 161.0325 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6, 18 160.5075 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 5, 18 161.040 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6 160.515 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 5 161.0475 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6, 18 160.5225 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 5, 18 161.055 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6 160.530 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 5 161.0625 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6, 18 160.5375 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 5, 18 161.070 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6 160.545 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 5 161.0775 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6, 18 160.5525 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 5, 18 161.085 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6 160.560 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 5 161.0925 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6, 18 160.5675 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 5, 18 161.100 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6 160.575 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 5 161.1075 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6, 18 160.5825 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 5, 18 161.115 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6 160.590 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 5 161.1225 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6, 18 160.5975 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 5, 18 161.130 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6 160.605 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 5 161.1375 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6, 18 160.6125 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 5, 18 161.145 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6 160.620 ...... do ...... 3, 4 161.1525 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6, 18 160.6275 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 18 161.160 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6 160.635 ...... do ...... 3, 4 161.1675 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6, 18 160.6425 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 18 161.175 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6 160.650 ...... do ...... 3, 4 161.1825 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6, 18 160.6575 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 18 161.190 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6 160.665 ...... do ...... 3, 4 161.1975 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6, 18 160.6725 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 18 161.205 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6

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Frequency or band Class of station(s) Limitations Frequency or band Class of station(s) Limitations

161.2125 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6, 18 452.48750 ...... do ...... 10, 18 161.220 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6 452.49375 ...... do ...... 10, 22 161.2275 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6, 18 452.7625 ...... Mobile ...... 24 161.235 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6 452.775 ...... Base or mobile ...... 10 161.2425 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6, 18 452.78125 ...... do ...... 10, 22 161.250 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6 452.78750 ...... do ...... 10, 18 161.2575 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6, 18 452.79375 ...... do ...... 10, 22 161.265 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6 452.8125 ...... Mobile ...... 24 161.2725 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6, 18 452.825 ...... Base or mobile ...... 10 161.280 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6 452.83125 ...... do ...... 10, 22 161.2875 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6, 18 452.83750 ...... do ...... 10, 18 161.295 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6 452.84375 ...... do ...... 10, 22 161.3025 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6, 18 452.8625 ...... Mobile ...... 24 161.310 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6 452.875 ...... Base or mobile ...... 10 161.3175 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6, 18 452.88125 ...... do ...... 10, 22 161.325 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6 452.88750 ...... do ...... 10, 18 161.3325 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6, 18 452.89375 ...... do ...... 10, 22 161.340 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6 452.900 ...... do ...... 161.3475 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6, 18 452.90625 ...... do ...... 22 161.355 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6 452.91250 ...... do ...... 18 161.3625 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6, 18 452.91875 ...... do ...... 22 161.370 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6 452.925 ...... do ...... 11 161.3775 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 6, 18 452.93125 ...... do ...... 11, 22 161.385 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 7 452.93750 ...... do ...... 11, 18 161.3925 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 7, 18 452.94375 ...... do ...... 11, 22 161.400 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 7 452.950 ...... do ...... 11 161.4075 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 7, 18 452.95625 ...... do ...... 11, 22 161.415 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 7 452.96250 ...... do ...... 11, 18 161.4225 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 7, 18 452.96875 ...... do ...... 11, 22 161.430 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 7 457.3125 ...... Mobile ...... 24 161.4375 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 7, 18 457.325 ...... do ...... 10 161.445 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 7 457.33125 ...... do ...... 10, 22 161.4525 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 7, 18 457.33750 ...... do ...... 10, 18 161.460 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 7 457.34375 ...... do ...... 10, 22 161.4675 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 7, 18 457.3625 ...... do ...... 24 161.475 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 7 457.375 ...... do ...... 10 161.4825 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 7, 18 457.38125 ...... do ...... 10, 22 161.490 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 7 457.38750 ...... do ...... 10, 18 161.4975 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 7, 18 457.39375 ...... do ...... 10, 22 161.505 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 7 457.4125 ...... do ...... 24 161.5125 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 7, 18 457.425 ...... do ...... 10 161.520 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 7 457.43125 ...... do ...... 10, 22 161.5275 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 7, 18 457.43750 ...... do ...... 10, 18 161.535 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 7 457.44375 ...... do ...... 10, 22 161.5425 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 7, 18 457.4625 ...... do ...... 24 161.550 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 7 457.475 ...... do ...... 10 161.5575 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 7, 18 457.48125 ...... do ...... 10, 22 161.565 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 7 457.48750 ...... do ...... 10, 18 169 to 172 ...... Mobile, operational 8 457.49375 ...... do ...... 10, 22 fixed. 457.7625 ...... do ...... 24 220±222 ...... Base and mobile ...... 20 457.775 ...... do ...... 10 406 to 413 ...... Operational fixed ...... 8 457.78125 ...... do ...... 10, 22 450 to 470 ...... Fixed, base, or mobile 9, 23 457.78750 ...... do ...... 10, 18 452.3125 ...... Mobile ...... 24 457.79375 ...... do ...... 10, 22 452.325 ...... Base or mobile ...... 10 457.8125 ...... do ...... 24 452.33125 ...... do ...... 10, 22 457.825 ...... do ...... 10 452.33750 ...... do ...... 10, 18 457.83125 ...... do ...... 10, 22 452.34375 ...... do ...... 10, 22 457.83750 ...... do ...... 10, 18 452.3625 ...... Mobile ...... 24 457.84375 ...... do ...... 10, 22 452.375 ...... Base or mobile ...... 10 457.8625 ...... do ...... 24 452.38125 ...... do ...... 10, 22 457.875 ...... do ...... 10 452.38750 ...... do ...... 10, 18 457.88125 ...... do ...... 10, 22 452.39375 ...... do ...... 10, 22 457.88750 ...... do ...... 10, 18 452.4125 ...... Mobile ...... 24 457.89375 ...... do ...... 10, 22 452.425 ...... Base or mobile ...... 10 457.900 ...... do ...... 452.43125 ...... do ...... 10, 22 457.90625 ...... do ...... 22 452.43750 ...... do ...... 10, 18 457.91250 ...... do ...... 18 452.44375 ...... do ...... 10, 22 457.91875 ...... do ...... 22 452.4625 ...... Mobile ...... 24 457.925 ...... do ...... 11 452.475 ...... Base or mobile ...... 10 457.93125 ...... do ...... 11, 22 452.48125 ...... do ...... 10, 22 457.93750 ...... do ...... 11, 18

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RAILROAD RADIO SERVICE FREQUENCY TABLEÐ (iii) Transmission of tone signals for Continued signaling purposes or for remote con- trol of locomotives, including slave lo- Frequency or band Class of station(s) Limitations comotives placed within a train to as- 457.94375 ...... do ...... 11, 22 sist the lead locomotive by providing, 457.950 ...... do ...... 11 among other functions auxiliary start- 457.95625 ...... do ...... 11, 22 ing, pulling, and braking actions; and 457.96250 ...... do ...... 11, 18 457.96875 ...... do ...... 11, 22 radio controlled cab indicator devices 470 to 512 ...... Base or mobile ...... 12 that are placed within a locomotive to 806 to 821 ...... Mobile ...... 13 give visual signals to the operator of 851 to 866 ...... Base or mobile ...... 13 the locomotive. 896 to 901 ...... Mobile ...... 13 928 and above ...... Operational fixed ...... 14 (4) This frequency may also be used 929±930 ...... Base only ...... 19 for the transmission of tone or voice 935 to 940 ...... Base or mobile ...... 13 communications, including such com- 1427 to 1435 ...... Operational fixed, 15 munications when prerecorded, for pur- base or mobile. 2450 to 2500 ...... Base or mobile ...... 16 poses of automatically indicating ab- 8400 to 8500 ...... do ...... 17 normal conditions of trackage and rail- 10,550 to 10,680* ...... do ...... road rolling stock when in motion, on * The frequencies in the band 10.55±10.68 GHz are avail- a secondary basis to other stations on able for Digital Termination Systems and for associated internodal links in the Point-to-Point Microwave Radio Service. this frequency. All such operations No new licenses will be issued under this subpart but current shall be subject to the following: licenses will be renewed. (i) The output power shall not exceed 30 watts. (c) Explanation of assignment limita- tions appearing in the frequency table (ii) The bandwidth used shall not ex- of paragraph (c) of this section: ceed that authorized to the licensee for (1) The frequencies available for as- voice transmissions on the frequency signment to operational fixed stations concerned. in the band 72.0 to 76.0 MHz are listed (iii) The station shall be so designed in § 90.257(a)(1). These frequencies and installed that it can normally be which are shared with other services, activated only by its associated auto- are available only in accordance with matic control equipment and, in addi- the provisions of § 90.257. tion, it shall be equipped with a time (2) This frequency is available on a delay or clock device which will deacti- shared basis in the Manufacturers, For- vate the station within three (3) min- est Products, Special Industrial, Rail- utes following activation by the last road, and Fire Radio Services and car in the train. interservice coordination is required. (iv) Stations authorized pursuant to All communications must be within the provisions of this subparagraph are the boundaries or confines of railroad exempt from the station identification terminals or yards. All operations on requirements of § 90.425. this frequency are subject to the provi- (5) This frequency is shared with and sions of § 90.257(b). must be coordinated with the Special (3) This frequency may be used for Industrial Radio Service in Puerto the following: Rico and the Virgin Islands. (i) End-to-end, fixed point-to-train, (6) In Puerto Rico and the Virgin Is- or train-to-train communications in lands only, this frequency is available connection with the operation or rail- on a shared basis with remote pickup road trains over a track, in yards, or broadcast stations. tracks extending through yards and be- (7) In Puerto Rico and the Virgin Is- tween stations upon which trains are lands only, this frequency is not avail- operated by timetable, train order, or able to stations operating in the Rail- both, or the use of which is governed road Radio Service. by block signals. (8) Frequencies in this band will be (ii) Intercommunication between ad- assigned only for transmitting jacent base stations, provided inter- hydrological or meteorological data or ference is not caused to communica- for low power wireless microphones in tions involving radio stations aboard accordance with the provisions of railroad rolling stock. § 90.265.

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(9) The requirements for secondary (18) This frequency is not available in fixed use of frequencies in this band are the 150–170 MHz band until August 18, set forth in § 90.261. 1996. This frequency will be assigned (10) This frequency is shared in the with an authorized bandwidth not to Motor Carrier and Railroad Radio exceed 11.25 kHz. In the 450–470 MHz Services. It may be assigned only when band, secondary telemetry operations all of the frequencies in the 450–470 pursuant to § 90.238(e) will be author- MHz band allocated to the service in ized on this frequency. which the applicant is primarily eligi- (19) Frequencies in this band are ble are assigned within 56 km. (35 mi.) available only for one-way paging oper- of the proposed base station. ations in accordance with § 90.494.i (11) This frequency may be assigned (20) Subpart T contains rules for as- primarily for stations used for the pur- signment of frequencies in the 220–222 pose of controlling slave locomotives MHz band. that are placed within a train to assist (21) This frequency is available on a the lead locomotive by providing, shared basis in the Power, Petroleum, among other functions, auxiliary start- Business, and Manufacturers Radio ing, pulling, and braking actions. Addi- Services and interservice coordination tionally, on a secondary basis this fre- is required. All communications must quency may be assigned for remote be within the boundaries or confines of control of all types of locomotives and, railroad terminals or yards. All oper- within a railroad yard or terminal ations on this frequency are subject to area, for remote control of cab indica- the provisions of § 90.257(b). Pulsed tor devices placed with a locomotive to modulations will not be authorized. give visual signals to the operator of (22) This frequency is not available the locomotive. (A1, A2, F1 or F2 emis- until August 18, 1996. After August 18, sions may be authorized.) 1996 this frequency will be assigned with an authorized bandwidth not to (12) Subpart L contains rules for as- exceed 6 kHz. signment of frequencies in the 470–512 (23) Assignment of frequencies in this MHz band. band are subject to the provisions of (13) Subpart S contains rules for as- § 90.173 signment of frequencies in the 806–821/ (24) This frequency is available for 851–866 and 896–901/935–940 MHz bands. systems first licensed prior to August (14) Assignment of frequencies above 18, 1995. No new systems will be author- 928 MHz for operational-fixed stations ized after August 18, 1995, but prior au- is governed by part 94 of this chapter. thorized systems may be modified, ex- (15) This frequency band is available panded, and renewed. to stations in this services subject to (25) Licensees as of August 18, 1995 the provisions of § 90.259. who operate systems that are 2.5 kHz (16) Available only on a shared basis removed from regularly assignable fre- with stations in other services, and quencies may continue to operate on a subject to no protection from inter- secondary, non-interference basis after ference due to the operation of indus- August 1, 2003. trial, scientific, or medical (ISM) de- (d) Additional frequencies available. In vices. In the 2483.5–2500 MHz band, no addition to the frequencies shown in applications for new or modification to the frequency table of this section, the existing stations to increase the num- following frequencies are available in ber of transmitters will be accepted. this service: (See also § 90.253). Existing licensees as of July 25, 1985, or (1) [Reserved] on a subsequent date following as a re- (2) Frequencies in the band 73.0–74.6 sult of submitting an application for li- MHz may be assigned to stations au- cense on or before July 25, 1985, are thorized their use on or before Decem- grandfathered and their operation is ber 1, 1961, but no new stations will be co-primary with the Radiodetermin- authorized in this band, nor will expan- ation Satellite Service. sion of existing systems be permitted. (17) Use of this frequency band is lim- (See also § 90.257.) ited to developmental operation and is (3) Base and mobile stations author- subject to the provisions of subpart Q. ized as of April 1, 1968, to operate on

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frequency 161.61 MHz may continue to EDITORIAL NOTE: For FEDERAL REGISTER ci- be authorized for such operation on a tations affecting § 90.91, see the List of CFR secondary basis to the Maritime Mo- Sections Affected in the Finding Aids sec- bile Service. The licensees of such sta- tion of this volume. tions may renew, modify, reinstate, or § 90.93 Taxicab Radio Service. assign their licenses in those cases where such assignment accompanies a (a) Eligibility. Persons regularly en- change of ownership of the licensee’s gaged in furnishing to the public for business to the assignee, and may ex- hire a nonscheduled passenger land pand existing systems when using that transportation service (which may also frequency; however, they will not be include the occasional transport of authorized to establish any new sys- small items of property) not operated tems on the frequency. over a regular route or between estab- (4) Stations authorized for operation lished terminals are eligible to hold au- on or before June 11, 1962, on the fre- thorizations in the Taxicab Radio Serv- quencies 169.575, 170.375, 171.175, 171.975, ice to operate radio stations for the or 406.050 MHz may continue to be au- transmission of communications essen- thorized for such operation on a sec- tial to such activities of the licensee. ondary basis to Government stations. (b) Frequencies available. The follow- (5) The frequency band 33.00–33.01 ing table indicates frequencies avail- MHz may be used for developmental able for assignment to stations in the operation subject to the provisions of Taxicab Radio Service, together with subpart Q. Any type of emission other the class of station(s) to which they than pulsed emission may be used if are normally assigned; and the specific the bandwidth occupied by the emis- assignment limitations, which are ex- sion is contained within the assigned plained in paragraph (c) of this section: frequency band. (6) Frequencies in the 421–430 MHz TAXICAB RADIO SERVICE FREQUENCY TABLE band are available in the Detroit, Limita- Cleveland, and Buffalo areas in accord- Frequency or band Class of station(s) tions ance with the rules in §§ 90.273 through 90.281. Megahertz (e) Limitation on number of frequencies 72±76 ...... Operational fixed ...... 14 assignable. Normally only one fre- 150 to 170 ...... Base or mobile ...... 18, 20 152.2625 ...... Base or mobile ...... 17 quency, or pair of frequencies in the 152.270 ...... do ...... paired frequency mode of operation, 152.2775 ...... do ...... 15 will be assigned from mobile service 152.285 ...... do ...... operations by a single applicant in a 152.2925 ...... do ...... 15 152.300 ...... do ...... 1, 2 given area. The assignment of an addi- 152.3075 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 15 tional frequency or pair of frequencies 152.315 ...... do ...... 1, 2 will be made only upon a satisfactory 152.3225 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 15 152.330 ...... do ...... showing of need, except that: 152.3375 ...... do ...... 15 (1) Additional frequencies above 25 152.345 ...... do ...... 1, 2 MHz may be assigned in connection 152.3525 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 15 with operation of mobile repeaters in 152.360 ...... do ...... 1, 2 152.3675 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 15 accordance with § 90.247 notwithstand- 152.375 ...... do ...... 1, 2 ing this limitation. 152.3825 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 15 (2) Frequencies in the 25–50 MHz, 150– 152.390 ...... do ...... 152.3975 ...... do ...... 15 170 MHz, 450–512 MHz and 902–928 MHz 152.405 ...... do ...... 1, 2 bands may be assigned for the oper- 152.4125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 15 ation of Location and Monitoring Serv- 152.420 ...... do ...... 1, 2 ice (LMS) systems in accordance with 152.4275 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 15 152.435 ...... do ...... the provisions of subpart M of this 152.4425 ...... do ...... 15 part, notwithstanding this limitation. 152.450 ...... do ...... 152.4575 ...... do ...... 15 (Secs. 4(i) and 303(r), Communications Act of 152.465 ...... do ...... 11 1934, as amended, §§ 0.131 and 0.331 of the 157.530 ...... Mobile ...... Commission’s Rules and 5 U.S.C. 553 (b)(3)(B) 157.5375 ...... do ...... 15 and (d)(3); 47 U.S.C. 154(i) and 303) 157.545 ...... do ...... 157.5525 ...... do ...... 15 [43 FR 54791, Nov. 22, 1978] 157.560 ...... do ...... 1, 2

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TAXICAB RADIO SERVICE FREQUENCY TABLEÐ TAXICAB RADIO SERVICE FREQUENCY TABLEÐ Continued Continued

Limita- Limita- Frequency or band Class of station(s) tions Frequency or band Class of station(s) tions

157.5675 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 15 452.41875 ...... do ...... 10, 17 157.575 ...... do ...... 1, 2 452.4375 ...... Mobile ...... 19 157.5825 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 15 452.450 ...... Base or mobile ...... 10 157.590 ...... do ...... 452.45625 ...... do ...... 10, 17 157.5975 ...... do ...... 15 452.46250 ...... do ...... 10, 15 157.605 ...... do ...... 1, 2 452.46875 ...... do ...... 10, 17 157.6125 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 15 452.4875 ...... Mobile ...... 19 157.620 ...... do ...... 1, 2 452.500 ...... Base or mobile ...... 157.6275 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 15 452.50625 ...... do ...... 17 157.635 ...... do ...... 1, 2 452.51250 ...... do ...... 15 157.6425 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 15 452.51875 ...... do ...... 17 157.650 ...... do ...... 457.0375 ...... Mobile ...... 19 157.6575 ...... do ...... 15 457.050 ...... do ...... 157.665 ...... do ...... 1, 2 457.05625 ...... do ...... 17 157.6725 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 15 457.06250 ...... do ...... 15 157.680 ...... do ...... 1, 2 457.06875 ...... do ...... 17 157.6875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 15 457.0875 ...... do ...... 19 157.695 ...... do ...... 457.100 ...... do ...... 10 157.7025 ...... do ...... 15 457.10625 ...... do ...... 10, 17 157.710 ...... do ...... 457.11250 ...... do ...... 10, 15 157.7175 ...... do ...... 15 457.11875 ...... do ...... 10, 17 157.725 ...... do ...... 11 457.1375 ...... do ...... 19 169±172 ...... do ...... 12 457.150 ...... do ...... 220±222 ...... Base and mobile ...... 16 457.15625 ...... do ...... 17 450 to 470 ...... Fixed, base, or mobile 3, 18 457.16250 ...... do ...... 15 452.0375 ...... Mobile ...... 19 457.16875 ...... do ...... 17 452.050 ...... Base or mobile ...... 457.1875 ...... do ...... 19 452.05625 ...... do ...... 17 457.200 ...... do ...... 10 452.06250 ...... do ...... 15 457.20625 ...... do ...... 10, 17 452.06875 ...... do ...... 17 457.21250 ...... do ...... 10, 15 452.0875 ...... Mobile ...... 19 457.21875 ...... do ...... 10, 17 452.100 ...... Base or mobile ...... 10 457.225 ...... do ...... 10 452.10625 ...... do ...... 10, 17 457.23125 ...... do ...... 10, 17 452.11250 ...... do ...... 10, 15 457.23750 ...... do ...... 10, 15 452.11875 ...... do ...... 10, 17 457.24375 ...... do ...... 10, 17 452.1375 ...... Mobile ...... 19 457.250 ...... do ...... 10 452.150 ...... Base or mobile ...... 457.25625 ...... do ...... 10, 17 452.15625 ...... do ...... 17 457.26250 ...... do ...... 10, 15 452.16250 ...... do ...... 15 457.26875 ...... do ...... 10, 17 452.16875 ...... do ...... 17 457.275 ...... do ...... 10 452.1875 ...... Mobile ...... 19 457.28125 ...... do ...... 10, 17 452.200 ...... Base or mobile ...... 10 457.28750 ...... do ...... 10, 15 452.20625 ...... do ...... 10, 17 457.29375 ...... do ...... 10, 17 452.21250 ...... do ...... 10, 15 457.300 ...... do ...... 452.21875 ...... do ...... 10, 17 457.30625 ...... do ...... 17 452.225 ...... do ...... 10 457.31250 ...... do ...... 15 452.23125 ...... do ...... 10, 17 457.31875 ...... do ...... 17 452.23750 ...... do ...... 10, 15 457.3375 ...... do ...... 19 452.24375 ...... do ...... 10, 17 457.350 ...... do ...... 10 452.250 ...... do ...... 10 457.35625 ...... do ...... 10, 17 452.25625 ...... do ...... 10, 17 457.36250 ...... do ...... 10, 15 452.26250 ...... do ...... 10, 15 457.36875 ...... do ...... 10, 17 452.26875 ...... do ...... 10, 17 457.3875 ...... do ...... 19 452.275 ...... do ...... 10 457.400 ...... do ...... 10 452.28125 ...... do ...... 10, 17 457.40625 ...... do ...... 10, 17 452.28750 ...... do ...... 10, 15 457.41250 ...... do ...... 10, 15 452.29375 ...... do ...... 10, 17 457.41875 ...... do ...... 10, 17 452.300 ...... do ...... 457.4375 ...... do ...... 19 452.30625 ...... do ...... 17 457.450 ...... do ...... 10 452.31250 ...... do ...... 15 457.45625 ...... do ...... 10, 17 452.31875 ...... do ...... 17 457.46250 ...... do ...... 10, 15 452.3375 ...... Mobile ...... 19 457.46875 ...... do ...... 10, 17 452.350 ...... Base or mobile ...... 10 457.4875 ...... do ...... 19 452.35625 ...... do ...... 10, 17 457.500 ...... do ...... 452.36250 ...... do ...... 10, 15 457.50625 ...... do ...... 17 452.36875 ...... do ...... 10, 17 457.51250 ...... do ...... 15 452.3875 ...... Mobile ...... 19 457.51875 ...... do ...... 17 452.400 ...... Base or mobile ...... 10 470±512 ...... Base or mobile ...... 4 452.40625 ...... do ...... 10, 17 806 to 821 ...... Mobile ...... 5 452.41250 ...... do ...... 10, 15 851 to 866 ...... Base or mobile ...... 5

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TAXICAB RADIO SERVICE FREQUENCY TABLEÐ co-primary with the Radiodetermin- Continued ation Satellite Service. (9) Use of this frequency band is lim- Limita- Frequency or band Class of station(s) tions ited to developmental operation and is subject to the provisions of subpart Q. 896 to 901 ...... Mobile ...... 5 928 and above ...... Operational fixed ...... 6 (10) This frequency is shared by sta- 929±930 ...... Base only ...... 13 tions in the Forest Products Radio 935 to 940 ...... Base or mobile ...... 5 Service in the States of Washington, 1427 to 1435 ...... Base, mobile, or oper- 7 ational fixed. Oregon, Idaho, and Montana in areas at 2450 to 2500 ...... Base or mobile ...... 8 least 64 km (40 miles) removed from 8400 to 8500 ...... do ...... 9 the center of urbanized areas of 200,000 10,550 to 10,680* ...... do ...... or more population, 1970 Decennial * The frequencies in the band 10.55±10.68 GHz are avail- Census. (Provided that, taxicab oper- able for Digital Termination Systems and for associated internodal links in the Point-to-Point Microwave Radio Service. ations within the specified urbanized No new licenses will be issued under this subpart but current areas will not be authorized on fre- licenses will be renewed. quencies shared with the Forest Prod- (c) Explanation of assignment limita- ucts Radio Service until the unshared tions appearing in the frequency table frequencies are fully utilized.) For two- of paragraph (b) of this section: frequency systems, separation between (1) This frequency is available for as- base and mobile transmit frequencies signment only to base or mobile sta- is 5 MHz; however, a mobile station tions operating wholly within Standard may be assigned the frequency of an as- Metropolitan Areas having 50,000 or sociated base station. (Such operation more population (1950 Census). may, however, subject the single-fre- (2) This frequency is also available to quency system to interference that Business Radio Service licensees for would not occur to a two-frequency use at stations outside Standard Met- system.) ropolitan Areas having 50,000 or more (11) This frequency is shared with the population (1950 Census). Forest Products and Special Industrial (3) The requirements for secondary Radio Services. Use of this frequency is fixed use of frequencies in this band are limited to stations located at least 80.5 set forth in § 90.261. km. (50 miles) from the center of any (4) Subpart L contains rules for as- urbanized area of 600,000 or more popu- signment of frequencies in the 470–512 lation (U.S. Census of Population, MHz band. 1970). (5) Subpart S contains rules for as- (12) Frequencies in this band will be signment of frequencies in the 806–821/ assigned for low power wireless micro- 851–866 and 896–901/935–940 MHz bands. phones in accordance with the provi- (6) Assignment of frequencies above sions of § 90.265. 928 MHz for operational-fixed stations (13) Frequencies in this band are is governed by part 94 of this chapter. (7) This frequency band is available available only for one-way paging oper- to stations in this service subject to ations in accordance with § 90.494. the provisions of § 90.259. (14) The frequencies available for use (8) Available only on a shared basis at operational-fixed stations in the with stations in other services, and band 72–76 are listed in § 90.257(a)(1). subject to no protection from inter- These frequencies are shared with ference due to the operation of indus- other services and are available only in trial, scientific, or medical (ISM) de- accordance with the provisions of vices. In the 2483.5–2500 MHz band, no § 90.257. applications for new or modification to (15) This frequency is not available in existing stations to increase the num- the 150–170 MHz band until August 18, ber of transmitters will be accepted. 1996. This frequency will be assigned Existing licensees as of July 25, 1985, or with an authorized bandwidth not to on a subsequent date following as a re- exceed 11.25 kHz. In the 450–470 MHz sult of submitting an application for li- band, secondary telemetry operations cense on or before July 25, 1985, are pursuant to § 90.238(e) will be author- grandfathered and their operation is ized on this frequency.

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(16) Subpart T contains rules for as- Commission’s Rules and 5 U.S.C. 553 (b)(3)(B) signment of frequencies in the 220–222 and (d)(3); 47 U.S.C. 154(i) and 303) MHz band. [43 FR 54791, Nov. 22, 1978] (17) This frequency is not available EDITORIAL NOTE: For FEDERAL REGISTER ci- until August 18, 1996. After August 18, tations affecting § 90.93, see the List of CFR 1996 this frequency will be assigned Sections Affected in the Finding Aids sec- with an authorized bandwidth not to tion of this volume. exceed 6 kHz. (18) Assignment of frequencies in this § 90.95 Automobile Emergency Radio band are subject to the provisions of Service. § 90.173 (a) Eligibility. Persons regularly en- (19) This frequency is available for gaged in any of the following activities systems first licensed prior to August are eligible to hold authorizations in 18, 1995. No new systems will be author- the Automobile Emergency Radio ized after August 18, 1995, but prior au- Service to operate radio stations for thorized systems may be modified, ex- transmission of communications re- panded, and renewed. quired for dispatching repair trucks, (20) Licensees as of August 18, 1995 tow trucks, or other road service vehi- who operate systems that are 2.5 kHz cles to disabled vehicles. removed from regularly assignable fre- (1) The operation of a private emer- quencies may continue to operate on a gency road service for disabled vehicles secondary, non-interference basis after by associations of owners of private August 1, 2003. automobiles. (d) Limitation on number of frequencies (2) The business of providing to the assignable. Normally only one fre- general public an emergency road serv- quency, or pair of frequencies in the ice for disabled vehicles. paired frequency mode of operation, (b) Special permissible communications. will be assigned for mobile service op- On a secondary basis, the transmission erations by a single applicant in a of communications by associations of given area. The assignment of an addi- owners of private automobiles which tional frequency or pair of frequencies provide emergency road service for the will be made only upon a satisfactory purpose of reporting traffic conditions showing of need, except that: (See also is authorized. § 90.253). (c) Frequencies available. The follow- (1) [Reserved] ing table indicates frequencies avail- (2) Frequencies in the 25–50 MHz, 150– able for assignment to stations in the 170 MHz, 450–512 MHz and 902–928 MHz Automobile Emergency Radio Service, bands may be assigned for the oper- together with the class of station(s) to ation of Location and Monitoring Serv- which they are normally assigned; and ice (LMS) systems in accordance with the specific assignment limitations the provisions of subpart M of this which are explained in paragraph (d) of part, notwithstanding this limitation. this section: (3) The frequency band 33.00–33.01 MHz may be used for developmental AUTOMOBILE EMERGENCY RADIO SERVICE operation subject to the provisions of FREQUENCY TABLE subpart Q. Any type of emission other Frequency or band Class of station(s) Limitations than pulsed emission may be used if the bandwidth occupied by the emis- Megahertz sion is contained within the assigned 72±76 ...... Operational fixed ...... 16 frequency band. 150 to 170 ...... Base or mobile ...... 21, 24 (e) In addition to the frequencies 150.815 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 3 shown in the frequency table of this 150.830 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 3, 22 150.845 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 3 section, frequencies in the 421–430 MHz 150.8525 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 3, 18 band are available in the Detroit, 150.860 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 3 Cleveland, and Buffalo areas in accord- 150.8675 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 3, 18 150.875 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 3 ance with the rules in §§ 90.273 through 150.8825 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 3, 18 90.281. 150.890 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 3 150.8975 ...... do ...... 1, 2, 3, 18 (Secs. 4(i) and 303(r), Communications Act of 150.905 ...... do ...... 3, 4 1934, as amended, §§ 0.131 and 0.331 of the 150.920 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 22

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AUTOMOBILE EMERGENCY RADIO SERVICE (3) This frequency is not available to FREQUENCY TABLEÐContinued stations in this service in Puerto Rico or the Virgin Islands. Frequency or band Class of station(s) Limitations (4) This frequency is available for as- 150.935 ...... do ...... 3, 4 signment to base stations and to mo- 150.9425 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 18 bile stations (other than those aboard 150.950 ...... do ...... 3, 4 150.9575 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 18 aircraft) which are operated by or on 150.965 ...... do ...... 3, 4 behalf of associations of owners of pri- 150.9725 ...... do ...... 3, 4, 18 157.470 ...... do ...... 5, 6 vate automobiles. 157.4775 ...... do ...... 5, 6, 18 (5) This frequency is available for as- 157.485 ...... do ...... 5, 6 signment to stations, other than those 157.4925 ...... do ...... 5, 6, 18 157.500 ...... do ...... 5, 6 aboard aircraft, which are operated by 157.5075 ...... do ...... 5, 6, 18 or on behalf of persons who provide to 157.515 ...... do ...... 5, 6 the general public an emergency road 157.5225 ...... do ...... 5, 6, 18 169±172 ...... Mobile ...... 17 service for disabled vehicles: Except 220±222 ...... Base and mobile ...... 19 that; at the discretion of the Commis- 450 to 470 ...... Fixed, base, or mobile 7, 21 452.5125 ...... Mobile ...... 23 sion this frequency may also be oper- 452.525 ...... Base or mobile ...... 8 ated by or on behalf of associations of 452.53125 ...... do ...... 8, 20 owners of private automobiles upon a 452.53750 ...... do ...... 8, 18 452.54375 ...... do ...... 8, 20 showing that all other frequencies 452.550 ...... do ...... 8 available for assignment to such sta- 452.55625 ...... do ...... 8, 20 tions are currently assigned to other 452.56250 ...... do ...... 8, 18 452.56875 ...... do ...... 8, 20 stations for use in the area concerned 452.575 ...... do ...... 8 and that the use of the requested fre- 452.58125 ...... do ...... 8, 20 quency, in each case, will be less likely 452.58750 ...... do ...... 8, 18 452.59375 ...... do ...... 8, 20 to result in mutual harmful inter- 452.600 ...... do ...... 8 ference that would the use of a fre- 452.60625 ...... do ...... 8, 20 452.61250 ...... do ...... 8, 18 quency otherwise available to the sta- 452.61875 ...... do ...... 8, 20 tion. 470 to 512 ...... do ...... 9 (6) Only one of the frequencies 806 to 821 ...... Mobile ...... 10 851 to 866 ...... Base or mobile ...... 10 157.470, 157.4775, 157.485, 157.4925, 157.500, 896 to 901 ...... Mobile ...... 10 157.5075, 157.515, or 157.5225 MHz may be 928 and above ...... Operational fixed ...... 11 assigned to the same licensee in a 929±930 ...... Base only ...... 15 935 to 940 ...... Base or mobile ...... 10 given area. 1427 to 1435 ...... Operational fixed, 12 (7) The requirements for secondary base, or mobile. fixed use of frequencies in this band are 2450 to 2500 ...... Base or mobile ...... 13 8400 to 8500 ...... do ...... 14 set forth in § 90.261. 10,550 to 10,680* ...... do ...... (8) This frequency is available for as- * The frequencies in the band 10.55±10.68 GHz are avail- signment to stations which are oper- able for Digital Termination Systems and for associated internodal links in the Point-to-Point Microwave Radio Service. ated by or on behalf of associations of No new licenses will be issued under this subpart but current owners of private automobiles for sin- licenses will be renewed. gle-frequency operation. (d) Explanation of assignment limita- (9) Subpart L contains rules for as- tions appearing in the frequency table signment of frequencies in the 470–512 of paragraph (c) of this section: MHz band. (1) This frequency is available only (10) Subpart S contains rules for as- for stations (other than those aboard signment of frequencies in the 806–821/ aircraft) which are operated by or on 851–866 and 896–901/935–940 MHz bands. behalf of persons who provide to the (11) Assignment of frequencies above general public an emergency road serv- ice for disabled vehicles. 928 MHz for operational-fixed stations (2) Only one of the frequencies is governed by part 94 of this chapter. 150.815, 150.8225, 150.830, 150.8375, 150.845, (12) This frequency band is available 150.8525, 150.860, 150.8675, 150.875, to stations in this service subject to 150.8825, 150.890, or 150.8975 MHz may be the provisions of § 90.259. assigned to the same licensee in a (13) Available only on a shared basis given area. with stations in other services, and

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subject to no protection from inter- (24) Licensees as of August 18, 1995 ference due to the operation of indus- who operate systems that are 2.5 kHz trial, scientific, or medical (ISM) de- removed from regularly assignable fre- vices. In the 2483.5–2500 MHz band, no quencies may continue to operate on a applications for new or modification to secondary, non-interference basis after existing stations to increase the num- August 1, 2003. ber of transmitters will be accepted. (e) Limitation on number of frequencies Existing licensees as of July 25, 1985, or assignable. Normally only one fre- on a subsequent date following as a re- quency, or pair of frequencies in the sult of submitting an application for li- paired frequency mode of operation, cense on or before July 25, 1985, are will be assigned for mobile service op- grandfathered and their operation is erations by a single applicant in a co-primary with the Radiodetermin- given area. The assignment of an addi- ation Satellite Service. tional frequency or pair of frequencies (14) Use of this frequency band is lim- will be made only upon a satisfactory ited to developmental operation and is showing of need, except that: (See also subject to the provisions of subpart Q. § 90.253.) (15) Frequencies in this band are (1) [Reserved] available only for one-way paging oper- (2) Frequencies in the 25–50 MHz, 150– ations in accordance with § 90.494. 170 MHz, 450–512 MHz and 902–928 MHz (16) The frequencies available for use bands may be assigned for the oper- at operational-fixed stations in the ation of Location and Monitoring Serv- band 72–76 MHz are listed in ice (LMS) systems in accordance with § 90.257(a)(1). These frequencies are the provisions of subpart M of this shared with other services and are part, notwithstanding this limitation. available only in accordance with the (3) The frequency band 33.00–33.01 provisions of § 90.257. MHz may be used for developmental (17) Frequencies in this band will be operation subject to the provisions of assigned for low power wireless micro- subpart Q. Any type of emission other phones in accordance with the provi- than pulsed emission may be used if sions of § 90.265. the bandwidth occupied by the emis- sion is contained within the assigned (18) This frequency is not available in frequency band. the 150–170 MHz band until August 18, 1996. This frequency will be assigned (f) In addition to the frequencies with an authorized bandwidth not to shown in the frequency table of this exceed 11.25 kHz. In the 450–470 MHz section, frequencies in the 421–430 MHz band, secondary telemetry operations band are available in the Detroit, pursuant to § 90.238(e) will be author- Cleveland, and Buffalo areas in accord- ized on this frequency. ance with the rules in §§ 90.273 through 90.281. (19) Subpart T contains rules for as- signment of frequencies in the 220–222 (Secs. 4(i) and 303(r), Communications Act of MHz band. 1934, as amended, §§ 0.131 and 0.331 of the (20) This frequency is not available Commission’s Rules and 5 U.S.C. 553 (b)(3)(B) and (d)(3); 47 U.S.C. 154(i) and 303) until August 18, 1996. After August 18, 1996 this frequency will be assigned [43 FR 54791, Nov. 22, 1978] with an authorized bandwidth not to EDITORIAL NOTE: For FEDERAL REGISTER ci- exceed 6 kHz. tations affecting § 90.95, see the List of CFR (21) Assignment of frequencies in this Sections Affected in the Finding Aids sec- band are subject to the provisions of tion of this volume. § 90.173 (22) This frequency will be authorized Subpart F—Radiolocation Service a channel bandwidth of 25 kHz. (23) This frequency is available for § 90.101 Scope. systems first licensed prior to August The Radiolocation Service accommo- 18, 1995. No new systems will be author- dates the use of radio methods for de- ized after August 18, 1995, but prior au- termination of direction, distance, thorized systems may be modified, ex- speed, or position for purposes other panded, and renewed. than navigation. Rules as to eligibility

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for licensing, permissible communica- RADIOLOCATION SERVICE FREQUENCY TABLEÐ tions, frequency available, and any spe- Continued cial requirements are set forth in § 90.103. Provisions for the Location and Frequency or band Class of station(s) Limitation Monitoring Service (LMS) are con- 2900 to 3100 ...... do ...... 10, 11 tained in subpart M of this part. 3100 to 3300 ...... do ...... 12 3300 to 3500 ...... do ...... 12, 13 [60 FR 15252, Mar. 23, 1995] 3500 to 3700 ...... do ...... 12 5250 to 5350 ...... do ...... 12 § 90.103 Radiolocation Service. 5350 to 5460 ...... do ...... 10, 14 5460 to 5470 ...... do ...... 10, 15 (a) Eligibility. The following persons 5470 to 5600 ...... do ...... 10, 11 are eligible for authorizations in the 5600 to 5650 ...... do ...... 10, 16 8500 to 9000 ...... do ...... 12, 17 Radiolocation Service to operate sta- 9000 to 9200 ...... do ...... 10, 14 tions to determine distance, direction, 9200 to 9300 ...... do ...... 12 speed, or position by means of radio- 9300 to 9500 ...... do ...... 10, 15, 18 9500 to 10,000 ...... do ...... 12 location devices, for purposes other 10,000 to 10,500 ...... do ...... 12, 13, 19 than navigation: 10,500 to 10,550 ...... do ...... 20, 22, 24 (1) Any person engaged in a commer- 13,400 to 13,750 ...... do ...... 12 13,750 to 14,000 ...... do ...... 31 cial, industrial, scientific, educational, 15,700 to 17,700 ...... do ...... 12 or local government activity 24,050 to 24,250 ...... do ...... 12, 22, 24 (2) A corporation or association that 33,400 to 36,000 ...... do ...... 12 will furnish radiolocation service to other persons. (c) Explanation of assignment limita- (3) A corporation that will furnish a tions appearing in the frequency table nonprofit radio communication service of paragraph (b) of this section: to its parent corporation, to another (1) This frequency band is shared subsidiary of the same parent, or to its with and stations operating in this fre- own subsidiary where the party to be quency band in this service are on a served is regularly engaged in any of secondary basis to stations licensed in the eligibility activities set forth in the International Fixed Service and this paragraph. the Maritime Mobile Service. (b) Frequencies available. The follow- (2) This frequency band is shared ing table indicates frequencies avail- with and stations operating in this fre- able for assignment to stations in the quency band in this service are on a Radiolocation Service, together with secondary basis to the LORAN Naviga- the class of station(s) to which they tion System; all operations are limited are normally assigned, and the specific to radiolocation lands stations in ac- assignment limitations, which are ex- cordance with footnote US104, § 2.106 of plained in paragraph (c) of this section: this chapter. (3) [Reserved] RADIOLOCATION SERVICE FREQUENCY TABLE (4) Non-Government radiolocation service in this band is on a secondary Frequency or band Class of station(s) Limitation basis to stations in the Aeronautical Kilohertz Radionavigation Service operating on 1638 or 1708 kHz. 70 to 90 ...... Radiolocation land or 1 mobile. (5) Station assignments on fre- 90 to 110 ...... Radiolocation land ...... 2 quencies in this band will be made sub- 110 to 130 ...... Radiolocation land or 1 ject to the conditions that the maxi- mobile. 1605 to 1715 ...... do ...... 4, 5, 6, 28, mum output power shall not exceed 375 and 29. watts and the maximum authorized 1715 to 1750 ...... do ...... 5, 6 bandwidth shall not exceed 2 kHz. 1750 to 1800 ...... do ...... 5, 6, 7 (6) Because of the operation of sta- 1900 to 1950 ...... do ...... 6, 25, 26, 27, and tions having priority on the same or 30. adjacent frequencies in this or in other 1950 to 2000 ...... do ...... 6, 25, 27, countries, frequency assignments in and 30. 3230 to 3400 ...... do ...... 6, 8 this band may either be unavailable of may be subject to certain technical of Megahertz operational limitations. Therefore, ap- 420 to 450 ...... do ...... 21 plications for frequency assignments in 2450 to 2500 ...... do ...... 9, 22, 23 this band shall include information

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concerning the transmitter output particular radiolocation system. Oper- power; the type and directional charac- ations in this band are on a secondary teristics of the antenna and the mini- basis to stations operating in accord- mum hours of operation (GMT). ance with the Commission’s table of (7) This band is shared with the Dis- frequency allocations contained in aster Communications Service (part 99) § 2.106 of this chapter. and operations are on a secondary basis (9) This band is allocated to the to that service between local sunset Radiolocation Service on a secondary and local sunrise, or at any time dur- basis to other fixed or mobile services ing an actual or imminent disaster. and must accept any harmful inter- Local sunrise and sunset times shall be ference that may be experienced from derived from the 1946 American Nau- such services or from the industrial, tical Almanac. Each frequency assign- scientific, and medical (ISM) equip- ment in this band is on an exclusive ment operating in accordance with basis within the daytime primary serv- part 18 of this chapter. In the 2483.5– ice area to which assigned. The day- 2500 MHz band, no applications for new time primary service area is the area or modification to existing stations to where the signal intensities are ade- increase the number of transmitters quate for radiolocation purposes during will be accepted. Existing licensees as the hours from sunrise to sunset from of July 25, 1985, or on a subsequent date all stations in the radiolocation system following as a result of submitting an of which the station in question is a application for license on or before part; that is, the primary service area July 25, 1985, are grandfathered and of the station coincides with the pri- their operation is co-primary with the mary service area of the system. The Radiodetermination Satellite Service. normal minimum geographical separa- (10) Speed measuring devices will not tion between stations of different li- be authorized in this band. censees shall be at least 580 km. (360 (11) This frequency band is shared mi.) when the stations are operated on with and is on a secondary basis to the the same frequency or on different fre- Maritime Radionavigation Stations quencies separated by less than 3 kHz. (part 80) and to the Government Radio- Where geographical separation of less location Service. than 580 km. (360 mi.) is desired under these circumstances it must be shown (12) This frequency is shared with and that the desired separation will result is on a secondary basis to the Govern- in protection ratio of at least 20 deci- ment Radiolocation Service. bels throughout the daytime primary (13) Operations in this band are lim- service area of other stations. Applica- ited to survey operations using trans- tions in this band are placed on public mitters with a peak power not to ex- notice in accordance with § 1.962 of this ceed 5 watts into the antenna. chapter. Where the number of appli- (14) This frequency band is shared cants requesting authority to serve an with and is on a secondary basis to the area exceeds the number of frequencies Aeronautical Radionavigation Service available for assignment; or where it (part 87) and to the Government Radio- appears that fewer applicants or licens- location Service. ees than the number before it should be (15) The non-Government Radio- given authority to serve a particular location Service in this band is second- area; or where it appears that an appli- ary to the Maritime Radionavigation cant, either directly or indirectly, Stations (part 80), the Aeronautical seeks to use more than 25 kHz of the Radionavigation Service (part 87) and available spectrum space in this band, the Government Radiolocation Service. the applications may be designated for (16) This frequency band is shared hearing. with and is on a secondary basis to the (8) Frequencies in this band may only Maritime Radionavigation Stations be assigned to radiolocation stations (part 80) and the Government Meteoro- which are also assigned frequencies in logical Aids Service. the 1605–1800 kHz band, provided the (17) Operation in this frequency band use of frequencies in this band is nec- is on a secondary basis to airborne essary for the proper functioning of the Doppler at 8800 MHz.

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(18) Radiolocation installations will quencies between 10,500 and 10,550 MHz be coordinated with the Government and between 24,050 and 24,250 MHz, with Meteorological Aids Service, and inso- field strength equal to or less than far as practicable, will be adjusted to 250,000 microvolts per meter at 30 me- meet the needs of that service. ters, on the fundamental frequency, (19) Operations in this band are on a will not be licensed or type accepted secondary basis to the for use under this part. Such equip- Service (part 97). Pulsed emissions are ment must comply with the require- prohibited. ments for field disturbance sensors as (20) This band is restricted to radio- set forth in part 15 of this chapter. location systems using type N0N emis- (25) Station assignments on fre- sion with a power not to exceed 40 quencies in this band will be made sub- watts into the antenna. ject to the conditions that the maxi- (21) Non-Government radiolocation mum output power shall not exceed 375 stations in the band are secondary to watts and the maximum authorized the Government Radiolocation Service, bandwidth shall not exceed 1.0 kHz. the Amateur Radio Service and the (26) Each frequency assignment in Amateur-Satellite Service. Pulse-rang- this band is on an exclusive basis with- ing radiolocation stations in this band in the primary service area to which may be authorized along the shorelines assigned. The primary service area is of Alaska and the contiguous 48 states. the area where the signal intensities Radiolocation stations using spread are adequate for radiolocation purposes spectrum techniques may be author- from all stations in the radiolocation ized in the band 420–435 MHz for oper- system of which the station in question ation within the contiguous 48 states is a part; that is, the primary service and Alaska. Also, stations using spread area of the station coincides with the spectrum techniques shall be limited primary service area of the system. to a maximum output power of 50 The normal minimum geographical watts, shall be subject to the applica- separation between stations of dif- ble technical standards in § 90.209 until ferent licensees shall be at least 1931 such time as more definitive standards km (1200 miles) when the stations are are adopted by the Commission and operated on the same frequency or on shall identify in accordance with different frequencies separated by less § 90.425(c)(3). Authorizations will be than 1.0 kHz. Where geographical sepa- granted on a case-by-case basis; how- ration of less than 1931 km (1200 miles) ever, operations proposed to be located is requested under these cir- within the zones set forth in § 90.177(e) cumstances, it must be shown that the should not expect to be accommodated. desired separation will result in a pro- (22) For frequencies 2455, 10,525, and tection ratio of at least 20 decibels 24,125 MHz unmodulated continuous throughout the primary service area of wave (NON) emission only shall be em- other stations. ployed and a frequency stability of at (27) Notwithstanding the bandwidth least 0.2 percent shall be maintained. limitations otherwise set forth in this Such stations shall be exempt from the section of the rules, wideband systems requirements of §§ 90.403(c) and (f) and desiring to operate in this band may 90.429. use such bandwidth as is necessary for (23) Devices designed to operate as proper operation of the system pro- field disturbance sensors on fre- vided that the field strength does not quencies between 2450 and 2500 MHz exceed 120 microvolts per meter per with a field strength equal to or less square root Hertz (120 uv/m/Hz1⁄2) at 1.6 than 50,000 microvolts per meter at 30 km (1 mile). Such wideband operations meters, on a fundamental frequency, shall be authorized on a secondary will not be licensed or type accepted basis to stations operating within oth- for use under this part. Such equip- erwise applicable technical standards. ment must comply with the require- Applications for wideband systems in ments for field disturbance sensors as this band will be accepted beginning set forth in part 15 of this chapter. December 15, 1985. (24) Devices designed to operate as (28) Since the 1605–1705 kHz band has field disturbance sensors on fre- been reallocated for AM broadcasting,

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no new assignments in the 1605–1705 Subpart G—Applications and kHz portion of this band shall be made Authorizations after September 30, 1985. (29) Beginning July 1, 1987, licensees § 90.111 Scope. of existing systems authorized fre- This subpart contains the procedures quencies in the 1605–1705 kHz portion of and requirements for the submission or this band may request modification of filing of applications for authority to their authorizations to change fre- operate radio facilities under this part. quencies to the 1900–2000 kHz band. The procedures described as those uti- (30) Until July 1, 1988, this band will lized by the Commission after receiv- be available only for licensees of exist- ing filed applications. ing systems operating in the 1605–1705 [51 FR 14996, Apr. 22, 1986] kHz portion of the 1605–1715 kHz band requesting modification of their au- § 90.113 Station authorization re- thorizations to change frequencies to quired. this band and for licensees of wideband No radio transmitter shall be oper- systems. On July 1, 1988, requests for ated in the services governed by this new station authorizations in this band part except under and in accordance will be accepted and, if necessary, will with a proper authorization granted by be subject to the random selection pro- the Commission. cedures outlined in § 1.972 of the Com- mission’s Rules. § 90.115 Foreign government and alien (31) This frequency band is shared eligibility. with and is on secondary basis to the (a) No station authorization in the Fixed-Satellite Service and to the Gov- radio services governed by this part ernment’s Radiolocation, Space Re- shall be granted to or held by a foreign search and Earth Exploration-Satellite government or its representative. Services. After January 1, 2000, the (b) No station authorization in the Government’s Space Research and radio services governed by this part shall be granted to or held by an entity Earth Exploration-Satellite Services providing or seeking to provide com- shall operate on a co-equal secondary mercial mobile radio services (except basis with the non-Government Radio- such entities meeting the requirements location Service, except that grand- of § 20.9(c) of this chapter) if such en- fathered space stations in the Tracking tity is: and Data Relay Satellite System shall (1) An alien or the representative of continue to be protected from harmful any alien; interference. (2) A corporation organized under the (d) Other additional frequencies avail- laws of any foreign government; able. Radiolocation stations in this (3) A corporation of which more than service may be authorized, on request, one-fifth of the capital stock is owned to use frequencies allocated exclusively of record or voted by aliens or their to Federal Government stations, in representatives or by a foreign govern- those instances where the Commission ment or representative thereof, or by finds, after consultation with the ap- any corporation organized under the propriate Government agency or agen- laws of a foreign country; cies, that such assignment is necessary (4) A corporation directly or indi- or required for coordination with Gov- rectly controlled by any other corpora- ernment activities. tion of which more than one-fourth of the capital stock is owned of record or [43 FR 54791, Nov. 22, 1978] voted by aliens, their representatives, EDITORIAL NOTE: For FEDERAL REGISTER ci- or by a foreign government or rep- tations affecting § 90.103, see the List of CFR resentative thereof, or by any corpora- Sections Affected in the Finding Aids sec- tion organized under the laws of a for- tion of this volume. eign country, if the Commission finds

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that the public interest will be served (3) For modification or for modifica- by the refusal or revocation of such li- tion and renewal of an existing author- cense. ization. See § 90.135. (4) For the Commission’s consent to [59 FR 59957, Nov. 21, 1994, as amended at 61 FR 55581, Oct. 28, 1996] the assignment of an authorization to another person or entity, except for au- § 90.117 Applications for radio station thorization to provide commercial mo- or radio system authorizations. bile radio service. In addition, the ap- plication shall be accompanied by a Persons desiring a radio station or letter from the assignor setting forth radio system authorization must first his or her desire to assign all right, submit the appropriate application(s). title, and interest in and to such au- Prescribed application forms are listed thorization, stating the call sign and in § 90.119. The Forms may be obtained location of the station, and stating from the Washington, DC office of the that the assignor will submit his or her Commission, its Gettysburg, PA office, current station authorization for can- or from any of its engineering field of- cellation upon completion of the as- fices. (See § 90.145 for information re- signment. Form 1046 may be used in garding special temporary authoriza- lieu of this letter. tions.) Applicants for new stations (5) For reinstatement of an expired comprising a land mobile radio system license. See also paragraphs (b)(1) and as defined in § 90.7 of this part, or appli- (e) of this section. cants modifying or renewing a station (b) Form 405–A shall be used to: that is a part of a system, may file an (1) Apply for license reinstatement or application for a system authorization. renewal if the reinstatement or re- [47 FR 57051, Dec. 22, 1982] newal does not involve the modifica- tion of the station or system license. § 90.119 Application forms. (2) Notify the Commission of a The following application forms shall change in the licensee’s name or mail- be used— ing address that occurs during the li- cense term. See § 90.135(b). (a) Form 600 shall be used to apply: (3) Notify the Commission that the (1) For new base, fixed, or mobile sta- licensee has discontinued station oper- tion authorizations governed by this ation and wishes to cancel the license. part. See § 90.157. (2) For system authorizations, where (c) Form 490 shall be used whenever the system meets the requirements of it is proposed that a licensee for a com- § 90.117. mercial mobile radio service in this (i) Application for a radio system part change, as by transfer of stock may be submitted on a single Form 600. ownership, the control of a corporate (ii) If the control station(s) will oper- licensee or for the Commission’s con- ate on the same frequency as the mo- sent to an assignment of an authoriza- bile station, and if the height of the tion to another person or entity. control station(s) antenna(s) will not (d) Form 572, Temporary Permit to exceed 6.1 meters (20 feet) above ground Operate a Part 90 Radio Station, or an existing man-made structure should be properly executed if the ap- (other than an antenna structure), plicant is eligible and desires to oper- there is no limit on the number of such ate his or her station pending the proc- stations which may be authorized. Ap- essing of his or her formal application. propriate items on Form 600 shall be See also §§ 90.159, and 90.657. completed showing the frequency, the (e) Form 574–R shall be used to apply station class, the total number of con- for renewal of an existing authoriza- trol stations, the emission, and the tion and may be used to apply for rein- output power of the highest powered statement of an expired license, if the control station. Applicants for all con- renewal or reinstatement does not in- trol stations in the 470–512 MHz band volve the modification of the station or must furnish the information requested system license. (Form 574–R is gen- in the relevant items in Form 600. erated by the Commission and mailed

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to the licensee prior to the expiration forth at part 1, subpart G of this chap- of the license term.) ter shall first be sent to a certified co- ordinator for the radio pool concerned [59 FR 59957, Nov. 21, 1994] as specified in §§ 90.20(c)(2) and § 90.121 Canadian registration. 90.35(b)(2). After the appropriate co- ordination and attachment of the stat- Form 410 shall be filed by Canadian utory fee, such applications shall be licensees desiring to operate in the forwarded to the appropriate address in United States under the terms of Arti- cle 2 and 3 of the Convention between accordance with § 0.401(b) of the rules. the United States and Canada concern- A list of the certified frequency coordi- ing operation of Certain Radio Equip- nators may be obtained from the Fed- ment or Stations (which entered into eral Communications Commission, force May 15, 1952). This form may be Gettysburg, PA 17326. obtained from the Department of Com- (1) All applications for private land munications, Ottawa, Canada. That de- mobile licenses that require frequency partment should also be consulted by coordination but not a fee shall be sent U.S. licensees desiring to operate in to a certified coordinator for the radio Canada. pool concerned as specified in §§ 90.20(c)(2) and 90.35(b)(2). After the § 90.123 Full disclosures. appropriate coordination, such applica- (a) Each application shall contain tions shall be forwarded to the Federal full and complete disclosures with re- Communications Commission, Gettys- gard to the real party or parties in in- burg, PA 17326. terest and as to all matters required to (2) All applications for private land be disclosed by the application forms. mobile licenses that require a fee but (b) Each application shall be clear not frequency coordination shall be and complete in itself without cross sent to the appropriate address in ac- reference to information previously cordance with § 0.401(b) of the rules. filed. An application for modification (3) All applications for private land of an existing station must show in mobile licenses that do not require ei- precise detail all particulars of the de- ther frequency coordination or a fee sired operation, including those not af- shall be sent to the Federal Commu- fected by the modification. nications Commission, Gettysburg, PA (c) Each application for digital voice 17326. emission shall only be made with the (b) Unless otherwise specified, an ap- understanding that the applicant is re- plication should be filed at least 60 sponsible to disclose current encoding days prior to the desired date of Com- information to an FCC official at any mission action. Applications for re- time after station authorization. Dis- newal should be filed no more than 90 closure shall be only upon request of days nor less than 30 days prior to the the FCC official, and only for enforce- end of the license term. When timely ment purposes. All authorizations for and sufficient application for renewal digital voice systems are issued subject of the license has been made, the li- to this requirement. cense shall not expire until Commis- sion action on the application has been [43 FR 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, as amended at 47 completed. Application for license rein- FR 15340, Apr. 9, 1982] statement must be filed no later than § 90.125 Who may sign applications. thirty (30) days after the expiration date of the license. See § 1.4 of this See part 1 of this chapter, § 1.913, for chapter. practices and procedures governing sig- (c) Each application shall limit its natures on license applications. request for authorized mobile trans- [58 FR 21407, Apr. 21, 1993] mitters and paging receivers to: (1) Mobile transmitters and paging § 90.127 Submission and filing of appli- receivers that will be installed and op- cations. erated immediately after authorization (a) All applications for private land issuance. mobile licenses that require both fre- (2) Mobile transmitters and paging quency coordination and fees as set receivers for which purchase orders

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have already been signed and which (f) Statements required in connection will be in use within eight months of with developmental operation, as spec- the authorization date. ified in § 90.505. (d) Failure on the part of the appli- (g) The environmental assessment re- cant to provide all information re- quired by §§ 1.1307 and 1.1311 of the quired by the application form or to rules, if applicable. supply the necessary exhibits or sup- (h) Requests for authorization to plementary statements may constitute communicate with foreign stations in a defect in the application. accordance with § 90.20(b) or § 90.417; (e) All applications for modification (i) Showings required in connection of license and renewal of license must with the use of frequencies as specified include the number of mobile transmit- in subppart S. ters and paging receivers in use on the (j) Any other statements or other licensed facilities. data specifically required under special circumstances which are set forth in [43 FR 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, as amended at 43 the applicable subpart of this part, by FR 59071, Dec. 19, 1978; 44 FR 27995, May 14, the particular form on which the appli- 1979; 47 FR 41044, Sept. 16, 1982; 51 FR 14996, cation is filed or upon request by the Apr. 22, 1986; 52 FR 10231, Mar. 31, 1987; 54 FR Commission. 39739, Sept. 28, 1989; 56 FR 65858, Dec. 19, 1991; 57 FR 48739, Oct. 28, 1992; 62 FR 18924, Apr. 17, (k) If the applicant proposes to use a 1997] multiple-licensed transmitter, he must provide the name of the owner and the EFFECTIVE DATE NOTE: At 62 FR 18924, Apr. names and call signs of any other li- 17, 1997, § 90.127 was amended by revising the censees of that transmitter. first sentence of paragraph (a) introductory text and the first sentence of paragraph (l) Applicants for new land stations (a)(1), effective Oct. 17, 1997. to be interconnected with the public switched telephone network must indi- § 90.129 Supplemental information to cate on their applications that their be routinely submitted with appli- stations will be interconnected. cations. (m) Applicants requesting licenses to Each application received by the operate on frequencies pursuant to Commission must be accompanied by § 90.20(d)(6) must submit disaster com- the applicable information listed munications plans containing the fol- below: lowing information: (1) A system network/system use dia- (a) Evidence of frequency coordina- gram including a showing of emergency tion as required by § 90.175. power and methods of deployment to (b) Description of any equipment pro- all parts of the State or insular area; posed to be used if it does not appear (2) A designation of the responsible on the Commission’s current Radio governmental authority within the Equipment List, Equipment Acceptable State or insular area who will be the for Licensing, and designated for use controlling agency for the licensee; under this part. (3) A schedule of proposed drills and/ (c) A functional system diagram and or exercises by the participants; a detailed description of the manner in (4) The number of frequencies in each which the interrelated stations will op- band, and the type of emission required erate, if the station is part of a system by the applicant; involving two or more stations at dif- (5) The distances expected to be cov- ferent fixed locations. ered within that State or insular area; (d) Applicants proposing to share (6) The adjacent states and insular their authorized transmitters pursuant areas expected to be communicated to § 90.179 shall so indicate in their ap- with during a regional disaster or plication. emergency; (e) Applicants proposing to construct (7) The point of contact for emer- a radio station in the vicinity of radio gencies involving more than one State astronomy observatories in West Vir- or insular area; ginia or in the vicinity of a radio re- (8) The common frequency band(s) ceiving zone in Colorado must submit and number of frequencies in each band the statements prescribed by § 90.177. required for interstate communication,

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and the point(s) of contact for these ad- (a) Any application, except for mutu- jacent States or insular areas; ally exclusive applications or those (9) The format and emission param- against which a petition to deny has eters of radio teletype transmissions to been filed, may be amended as a matter be used for interstate communications. of right at any time prior to the time (n) All applications for renewal of the application is granted or des- base/mobile station licenses by licens- ignated for hearing. Each amendment ees who also operate wildlife tracking to an application shall be signed and telemetry transmitters, as described in submitted in the same manner as re- § 90.20(f)(7), must include a statement quired for the original application. The detailing the number of units in serv- procedures for amending applications ice, by frequency, on Public Safety mutually exclusive under this part, ap- Pool frequencies at the time the re- plications against which a petition to newal application is filed. deny has been filed, and applications (o) Applicants requesting licenses to designated for hearing are set forth in operate on frequencies pursuant to § 1.918. § 90.35(c)(1) must submit communica- (b) Any application may, upon writ- tions plans containing the following in- ten request signed by the applicant or formation: his attorney, be dismissed without (1) A description of the communica- prejudice as a matter of right prior to tion requirement sufficient to dem- the time the application is granted or onstrate that no alternative to the link designated for hearing. is appropriate and that there is no rea- sonable way to abbreviate the link; [43 FR 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, as amended at 59 FR 59958, Nov. 21, 1994] (2) The frequency bands and the num- ber of frequencies necessary for the § 90.135 Modification of license. link(s); (3) The name and phone number of (a) The following changes in author- the person(s) responsible for ceasing ized stations require an application for operations of the licensee’s stations in modification of license: the event of interference; and, (1) Change in frequency. (4) Where the link(s) provides a (2) Change in the type of emission, standby backup circuit for another except under the conditions specified communications circuit, a brief de- in paragraph (b)(5) of this section. scription of the supported circuit and (3) Change in power from that au- its vulnerability to disruption. thorized. (4) Change in antenna height from (Secs. 4, 303, 307, 48 Stat., as amended, 1066, that authorized. 1082, 1083; 47 U.S.C. 154, 303, 307) (5) Change in the authorized location [43 FR 54791, Nov. 22, 1978] or number of base stations, fixed, con- trol or, for systems operating on non- EDITORIAL NOTE: For FEDERAL REGISTER ci- tations affecting § 90.129, see the List of CFR exclusive assignments in the 470–512 Sections Affected in the Finding Aids sec- MHz, 800 MHz or 900 MHz bands, a tion of this volume. change in the number of mobile trans- mitters, or a change in the area of mo- EFFECTIVE DATE NOTE: At 62 FR 18924, Apr. 17, 1997, § 90.129 was amended by revising bile operations from that authorized. paragraphs (h) and (n) and the introductory (6) Change in the class of a land sta- text of paragraphs (m) and (o), effective Oct. tion, including changing from multiple 17, 1997. licensed to cooperative use, and from shared to unshared use. § 90.131 Amendment or dismissal of (7) Any change in ownership, control, applications. or corporate structure. This rule governs all applications re- (b) The following changes in author- lating to radio services in this part, in- ized stations do not require an applica- cluding applications filed by entities tion for modification of license. meeting the requirements of § 20.9(c) of (1) Change in mailing address of li- this chapter, except applications con- censee. cerning facilities used to provide com- (2) Change of name only of licensee, mercial mobile radio services, which without changes in ownership, control, are governed by § 90.161. or corporate structure.

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(3) Change in the number and loca- (f) Any change that requires a fee as tion of station control points or of con- set forth at part 1, subppart G of this trol stations operating below 470 or chapter must be filed in accordance above 800 MHz meeting the require- with § 1.912 (b) or § 1.912 (b)(2) of the ments of § 90.119(a)(2)(ii). rules. (4) Change in the number of mobile [51 FR 14997, Apr. 22, 1986, as amended at 51 units operated by Radiolocation Serv- FR 36014, Oct. 8, 1986; 52 FR 10232, Mar. 31, ice licensees. 1987; 54 FR 38680, Sept. 20, 1989; 57 FR 48739, (5) Change in the type of emission Oct. 28, 1992; 59 FR 59958, Nov. 21, 1994; 62 FR when: 2038, Jan. 15, 1997] (i) Operation is in the 150–174 MHz or 421–512 MHz bands; and § 90.137 Applications for operation at temporary locations. (ii) The modification will be for a narrower emission than specified in the (a) An application for authority to current authorization. operate a base or a fixed transmitter at (6) Any other changes not listed in temporary locations shall be filed in paragraph (a) of this section. accordance with the following: (c) Unless specifically exempted in (1) When one or more individual § 90.175, requests for modifications list- transmitters are to be operated by a li- ed in paragraph (a) of this section must censee as a base station or as a fixed be submitted on Form 600 to the appli- station at unspecified or temporary lo- cable frequency coordinator. cations for indeterminate periods, such (d) In case of a change listed in para- transmitters may be considered to graphs (b)(1), (b)(2), or (b)(5) of this sec- comprise a single station intended to tion, the licensee must notify the Com- be operated at temporary locations. mission immediately. Notification may (2) The application must specify the be by Form 405–A or by letter. The let- general geographic area within which ter must contain the name and address the operation will be confined. The of the licensee as they appear in the area may be specified as a city, a coun- Commission’s records, the new name or ty or counties, a state or states or address, the call signs and classes of all other definable geographic area such as radio stations authorized to the li- a specified radius around a particular censee under this part and the radio city or known geographic site. service in which each station is author- (3) Applications for operation at tem- ized. The completed and signed Form porary locations exceeding 180 days 405–A or the letter must be sent to: must be accompanied by evidence of Federal Communication Commission, frequency coordination, except that ap- Gettysburg, PA 17326. Licensees whose plications for operation at temporary licenses are due for renewal and who locations exceeding 180 days by appli- have received the renewal Form 574–R cants using 220–222 MHz spectrum for in the mail from the Commission must geophysical telemetry operations need use the appropriate boxes on that form not be accompanied by evidence of fre- to notify the Commission of a change quency coordination. listed in paragraphs (b)(1), (b)(2), or (b) When any unit or units of a base (b)(5) of this section. station or fixed station which are au- (e) In the case of a change listed in thorized for operation at temporary lo- paragraphs (b)(3), (b)(4), and (b)(6) of cations actually remain or are in- this section, the licensee must notify tended to remain at the same location the Commission within 30 days of the for more than 1 year, an application for change. The notice may be filed on FCC a separate authorization specifying the Form 574 or may be contained in a let- fixed location shall be made as soon as ter specifying the nature of the change, possible, but not later than 30 days the name and address of the licensee as after the expiration of the 1-year pe- appearing on Commission records, and riod. the call sign, class, and radio service of [43 FR 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, as amended at 45 the station. The notice must be sent FR 63862, Sept. 26, 1980; 51 FR 14997, Apr. 22, to: Federal Communications Commis- 1986; 58 FR 44956, Aug. 25, 1993; 62 FR 15992, sion, Gettysburg, PA 17326. Apr. 3, 1997]

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§ 90.138 Applications for itinerant fre- § 90.141 Resubmitted applications. quencies. Any application received by the Com- An application for authority to con- mission for frequencies below 470 MHz duct an itinerant operation in the In- which has been returned by the Com- dustrial/Business Pool must be re- mission to the applicant for correction stricted to use of itinerant frequencies will be processed in its original posi- or other frequencies not designated for tion in the processing line if it is resub- permanent use and need not be accom- mitted and received by the Commission panied by evidence of frequency coordi- within 60 days from the date on which nation. Users should be aware, how- it was returned to the applicant. Other- ever, that no protection is provided wise it will be treated as a new applica- from interference from other itinerant tion for the purpose of processing con- operations. siderations. An application received by the Commission for frequencies above [62 FR 18924, Apr. 17, 1997] 470 MHz which has been returned by EFFECTIVE DATE NOTE: At 62 FR 18924, Apr. the Commission to the applicant will 17, 1997, § 90.138 was revised, effective Oct. 17, be processed in its original position in 1997. the processing line if it is resubmitted and received by the Commission within § 90.139 Commission processing of ap- 30 days (45 days outside the continental plications. United States) from the date on which (a) Applications received for filing it was returned to the applicant. Other- are given a file number. The assign- wise it will be treated as a new applica- ment of a file number to an application tion for the purpose of processing con- is for administrative convenience and siderations. does not indicate the acceptance of the [51 FR 14997, Apr. 22, 1986] application for filing and processing. (b) Applications which are incom- § 90.143 Grants of applications. plete with respect to answers, supple- (a) The Commission will grant an ap- mentary statements, execution, or plication for a station authorization other matters of a formal character without a hearing if it is in proper shall be deemed defective and may be form, and conforms with all rule re- dismissed. In addition, if an applicant quirements, and would serve the public is requested to file any additional doc- interest, convenience or necessity. uments or information not included in (b) All applications in pending status the prescribed application form, failure will be processed in the order in which to comply with such request will the application acceptable for filing render the application defective and it was received by the Commission; pro- may be dismissed. Applications will vided, however, that if there are more also be deemed to be defective and be applications than can be accommo- dismissed in the following cases: dated on available frequencies, the (1) Statutory disqualification of ap- Commission may grant the applica- plicant; tions pursuant to the system of ran- (2) Proposed use or purpose of station dom selection prescribed in § 1.972 of would be unlawful; this chapter. (3) Requested frequency is not allo- (c) The Commission may grant any cated for assignment for the service application in part, or add privileges, proposed. terms or conditions not requested. When such action is taken without a (c) Applications which are not in ac- hearing, the applicant may accept the cordance with the provisions of this authorization as granted, or may re- chapter, or other requirements of the turn it to the Commission along with a Commission, will be considered defec- written request for a hearing. Any such tive and may be dismissed unless ac- request for hearing must be made with- companied by a request in accordance in 30 days from the date of the grant, with § 90.151 of this part. or from its effective date, if a later [43 FR 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, as amended at 51 date is specified. Upon receipt of a re- FR 14997, Apr. 22, 1986] quest for hearing, the Commission will

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vacate the grant and designate the ap- frequency coordination. Requests for plication for hearing in the usual man- shorter periods do not require coordi- ner. nation and, if granted will be author- [43 FR 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, as amended at 48 ized on a secondary, non-interference FR 27207, June 13, 1983] basis. (d) A request for special temporary § 90.145 Special temporary authority. authority to operate a commercial mo- (a) In circumstances requiring the bile radio facility under this part may temporary use of radio facilities, the be granted without being listed in a Commission may issue special tem- Public Notice, or prior to thirty (30) porary authority for new or modified days after such listing, if: operations. A request for special tem- (1) The STA is to be valid for thirty porary authority may be made in letter (30) days or less and the applicant does form signed in accordance with § 90.125 not plan to file an application for regu- of this part. It should be submitted, in lar authorization of the subject oper- duplicate, at least 10 days prior to the ation; date of the proposed operation. How- (2) The STA is to be valid for sixty ever, in cases of emergency involving danger to life or property, or due to (60) days or less, pending the filing of damage to equipment, the request may an application for regular authoriza- be made by telephone, telegraph or fac- tion of the subject operation; simile transmission under the condi- (3) The STA is to allow interim oper- tion that a letter request is submitted ation to facilitate completion of au- within the following 10 days. All re- thorized construction or to provide quests for special temporary authority substantially the same service as pre- shall be clear and complete within viously authorized; or themselves and shall not rely on any (4) The STA is made upon a finding pending application. that there are extraordinary cir- (b) Every request for special tem- cumstances requiring operation in the porary authority should contain the public interest and that delay in the following information: institution of such service would seri- (1) Name and address of the appli- ously prejudice the public interest. cant; (e) The Commission may grant STAs (2) Need for special action, including to operate a commercial mobile radio a description of any emergency or dam- facility for a period not to exceed one age of equipment; hundred eighty (180) days under the (3) Type of operation to be conducted (such as field test, dispatching etc.); provisions of Section 309(f) of the Com- (4) Purpose of operation; munications Act of 1934, as amended, 47 (5) Times and dates of operation; U.S.C. 309(f), if extraordinary cir- (6) Class of station and name of radio cumstances so require, and pending the service or radio pool; filing of an application for regular op- (7) Location, including geographical eration. The Commission may grant coordinates if known, of transmitter extensions for an additional period of and/or mobile area of operations; up to one hundred eighty (180) days, (8) Number of fixed transmitters and but the applicant must show that ex- number of mobile units; traordinary circumstances warrant (9) Operating frequency; such an extension. (10) Output power of the transmitter; (11) Type of emission; [43 FR 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, as amended at 48 (12) Description of antenna, including FR 11717, Mar. 21, 1983; 51 FR 14997, Apr. 22, height above ground and power gain; 1986; 59 FR 59958, Nov. 21, 1994; 62 FR 18924, (13) Statement of eligibility for a Apr. 17, 1997] radio service or radio pool under this EFFECTIVE DATE NOTE: At 62 FR 18924, Apr. part. 17, 1997, § 90.145 was amended by revising (c) Requests for special temporary paragraphs (b)(6) and (b)(13), effective Oct. authority to operate as a private mo- 17, 1997. bile radio service provider for periods exceeding 180 days require evidence of

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§ 90.147 Mailing address furnished by § 90.151 Requests for waiver. licensee. (a) Requests for waiver of the rules in Each application shall set forth and this part shall state the nature of the each licensee shall furnish the Com- waiver or exception desired, and set mission with an address in the United forth reasons in support thereof includ- States to be used by the Commission in ing a showing that unique cir- serving documents or directing cor- cumstances are involved and that there respondence to that licensee. Unless is no reasonable alternative solution any licensee advises the Commission to within existing rules. When related to the contrary, the address contained in a specific application the submission the licensee’s most recent application and filing procedures of § 90.127 also will be used by the Commission for this apply. purpose. (b) Applications may be dismissed if the accompanying petition for waiver § 90.149 License term. of the rules does not set forth reasons which, sufficient if true, would justify (a) Licenses for stations authorized a waiver or exception. under this part will be issued for a (c) Applicants requiring expeditious term not to exceed five (5) years from processing of their request for waiver, the date of the original issuance, modi- shall, pursuant to § 1.931 of this chap- fication, or renewal, except that the li- ter, clearly caption both their request cense term for stations licensed as for waiver and the envelope containing commercial mobile radio service on it with the words ‘‘WAIVER—TIMELY 220–222 MHz, 929–930 MHz paging, Indus- ACTION REQUESTED.’’ trial/Business Pool, and SMR fre- (d) Requests for waiver of the rules quencies shall be ten (10) years. Licens- not related to a specific application ees shall have an additional thirty (30) shall be submitted to the Federal Com- days after the expiration of the license munications Commission, Gettysburg, term to apply for reinstatement of ex- PA 17326. (Waiver requests associated pired licenses. with and attached to specific applica- (b) If no application for reinstate- tions that require a fee as set forth at ment has been filed as specified in this part 1, subppart G of this chapter must part, the authorization shall be deemed be filed in accordance with § 0.401(b) of to have been automatically cancelled the rules. See also § 0.482 of the rules.) on the date specified on the authoriza- (Sec. 4(i), Communications Act of 1934, as tion. amended, 47 U.S.C. 154(i), and the authority (c) Authorizations for stations en- delegated to the Managing Director by § 0.231 gaged in developmental operation of the Commission’s Rules, 47 CFR 0.231) under subppart Q of this part will be is- [49 FR 20292, May 14, 1984, as amended at 51 sued upon a temporary basis for a spe- FR 14997, Apr. 22, 1986; 52 FR 10232, Mar. 11, cific period of time, but in no event to 1987] extend beyond 1 year from date of § 90.153 Transfer or assignment of sta- original issuance, modification or re- tion authorization. newal. A station authorization and the (d) Nationwide authorizations under rights it grants shall not be trans- subpart T of this part will be issued for ferred, assigned, or in any manner dis- a term not to exceed ten years from posed of to any person, unless the Com- the date of the original issuance, modi- mission shall, after obtaining full in- fication or renewal. formation, decide that the transfer, as- [43 FR 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, as amended at 49 signment, or disposal is in the public FR 36376, Sept. 17, 1984; 56 FR 19602, Apr. 29, interest, convenience or neccessity and 1991; 56 FR 65858, Dec. 19, 1991; 59 FR 59958, give its consent in writing. An appli- Nov. 21, 1994; 62 FR 18924, Apr. 17, 1997] cant for voluntary transfer of control or assignment under this section where EFFECTIVE DATE NOTE: At 62 FR 18924, Apr. the subject license was acquired by the 17, 1997, § 90.129 was amended by revising paragraph (a), effective Oct. 17, 1997. transferor or assignor through a sys- tem of random selection shall, together

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with its application for transfer of con- other party, voluntarily or involuntar- trol or assignment, file with the Com- ily, such action is a partial assignment mission the associated contracts for of authorization. sale, option agreements, management (1) To request Commission approval agreements, or other documents dis- of a partial assignment of authoriza- closing the total consideration that the tion, the following must be filed in ad- applicant would receive in return for dition to the forms required by para- the transfer or assignment of its li- graph (a) of this section: cense. This information should include (i) The assignor must notify the Com- not only a monetary purchase price, mission (Commission Form 600) of the but also any future, contingent, in- facilities to be deleted from its author- kind, or other consideration (e.g., man- ization upon completion of the assign- agement or consulting contracts either ment. with or without an option to purchase; (ii) The assignee must apply for au- below-market financing). The assignee thority (Commission Form 600) to oper- is responsible for ascertaining that the ate a new station including the facili- station facilities are and will remain in ties for which authorization is as- compliance with the terms and condi- signed, or to modify the assignee’s ex- tions of the authorization to be as- isting station to include the facilities signed. for which authorization was assigned. (a) Application required. The assignor (2) Partial assignments must be com- or transferor of a commercial mobile pleted within sixty (60) days of Com- radio license under this part must file mission approval. If an approved par- an application for approval of assign- tial assignment is not completed with- ment or transfer of control (Commis- in this time, the assignor must notify sion Form 490). In the case of involun- the Commission (Commission Form tary assignment, such application 600), and the assignee must submit the must be filed no later than thirty (30) authorization(s) to the Commission for days after the event causing the as- cancellation or request an extension of signment. The assignee or transferee time to complete the assignment. If must file a report qualifying it as a the assignment is not completed, the commercial mobile radio provider authorization(s) remain with the as- (Commission Form 430) unless a cur- signor. rent report is already on file with the (d) Limitations. The Commission may Commission. deny applications for assignment of au- (b) Notification of completion. Assign- thorization or consent to transfer of ments and transfers of control of com- control of a commercial mobile radio mercial mobile radio licenses must be license if: completed within sixty (60) days of (1) The Commission is unable to Commission approval. The assignee or make the public interest determina- transferee must notify the Commission tions required under the Communica- by letter of the date of completion of tions Act with respect to both parties the assignment or transfer of control. to the assignment or transfer; or If an assignment or transfer of control (2) The authorization was obtained is not completed within this time, the for the principal purpose of speculation assignor or transferor must so notify or profitable resale, rather than provi- the Commission by letter, and the as- sion of commercial mobile radio serv- signee or transferee must submit the ices to the public. authorization(s) to the Commission for [43 FR 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, as amended at 59 cancellation or request an extension of FR 9101, Feb. 25, 1994; 59 FR 59958, Nov. 21, time to complete the assignment or 1994] transfer of control. If the assignment or transfer of control is not completed, § 90.155 Time in which station must be the authorization(s) remain with the placed in operation. assignor or transferor. (a) All stations authorized under this (c) Partial assignment of authorization. part, except as provided in paragraphs If the authorization for some, but not (b) and (d) of this section and in all, of the facilities of a commercial §§ 90.629, 90.631(f), 90.665, and 90.685, mobile radio station is assigned to an- must be placed in operation within

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eight (8) months from the date of grant location either back to the mobile or or the authorization cancels automati- to a subscriber’s fixed site. cally and must be returned to the Com- [45 FR 81208, Dec. 10, 1980, as amended at 47 mission. FR 41044, Sept. 16, 1982; 48 FR 51927, Nov. 15, (b) For local government entities 1983; 54 FR 4030, Jan. 27, 1989; 56 FR 65859, only, a period longer than eight Dec. 19, 1991; 60 FR 15252, Mar. 23, 1995; 61 FR months for placing a station in oper- 6155, Feb. 16, 1996] ation may be authorized by the Com- § 90.157 Discontinuance of station op- mission on a case-by-case basis, where eration. the applicant submits a specific sched- ule for the completion of each portion (a) The license for a station shall of the entire system, along with a cancel automatically upon permanent showing that the system has been ap- discontinuance of operations and the licensee shall forward the station li- proved and funded for implementation cense to the Commission. Alter- in accordance with that schedule. See natively, the licensee may notify the also §§ 90.631 and 90.633. Commission of the discontinuance of (c) For purposes of this section, a operations of a station by checking the base station is not considered to be appropriate box on Form 574–R or placed in operation unless at least one Form 405–A and requesting license can- associated mobile station is also placed cellation. Notification of discontinued in operation. See also §§ 90.633(d) and operation or cancellation shall be sent 90.631(f). to: Federal Communications Commis- (d) Multilateration LMS systems au- sion, Gettysburg, PA 17326. thorized in accordance with § 90.353 (b) For the purposes of this section, must be constructed and placed in op- any station which has not operated for eration within twelve (12) months from 1 year or more is considered to have the date of grant or the authorization been permanently discontinued. cancels automatically and must be re- [48 FR 36106, Aug. 9, 1983, as amended at 54 turned to the Commission. MTA-li- FR 38680, Sept. 20, 1989; 56 FR 65859, Dec. 19, censed multilateration LMS systems 1991] will be considered constructed and placed in operation if such systems § 90.159 Temporary and conditional construct a sufficient number of base permits. stations that utilize multilateration (a) An applicant for a license under technology (see paragraph (e) of this this part (other than a commercial mo- section) to provide multilateration lo- bile radio license) utilizing an already cation service to a substantial portion licensed facility may operate the radio of at least one BTA in the MTA. station(s) for a period of up to one hun- (e) A multilateration LMS station dred eighty (180) days under a tem- will be considered constructed and porary permit evidenced by a properly placed in operation if it is built in ac- executed temporary license certificate (Form 572) after submitting or filing a cordance with its authorized param- formal application for station license eters and is regularly interacting with in accordance with § 90.127, provided one or more other stations to provide that all the antennas employed by con- location service, using multilateration trol stations are 6.1 meters (20 feet) or technology, to one or more mobile less above ground or 6.1 meters (20 feet) units. Specifically, LMS or less above a man-made structure multilateration stations will only be other than an antenna tower to which considered constructed and placed in it is affixed. When required by § 90.175, operation if they are part of a system applications must be accompanied by that can interrogate a mobile, receive evidence of frequency coordination. the response at 3 or more sites, com- The temporary operation of stations, pute the location from the time of ar- other than mobile stations within the rival of the responses and transmit the Canadian coordination zone is limited

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to stations with a maximum of 5 watts (6) The applicant has submitted an effective radiated power and a maxi- application to the Commission stating mum antenna height of 6.1 meters (20 the frequency the applicant intends to ft) above average terrain. use and that the frequency coordina- (b) An applicant proposing to operate tion requirements specified in § 90.175 a new land mobile radio station or for selection and use of this frequency modify an existing station below 470 have been met and a minimum of ten MHz or in the one-way paging 929–930 business days has passed between sub- MHz band (other than a commercial mission of the application to the Com- mobile radio service applicant or li- mission and the onset of operation. censee on these bands) that is required (c) An applicant proposing to operate to submit a frequency recommendation an itinerant station or an applicant pursuant to paragraphs (b) through (h) seeking the assignment of authoriza- of § 90.175 may operate the proposed tion or transfer of control of a license station during the pendency of its ap- for an existing station below 470 MHz plication for a period of up to one hun- or in the 929–930 MHz band (other than dred eighty (180) days under a condi- a commercial mobile radio service ap- tional permit upon the filing of a prop- plicant or licensee on these bands) may erly completed formal application that complies with § 90.127 if the application operate the proposed station during the is accompanied by evidence of fre- pendency of the application for a pe- quency coordination in accordance riod not to exceed one hundred eighty with § 90.175 and provided that the fol- (180) days under a conditional permit lowing conditions are satisfied: upon the filing of a properly completed (1) For applicants proposing to oper- formal application that complies with ate below 470 MHz, that the proposed § 90.127. Conditional authority ceases station location is south of Line A or immediately if the application is re- west of Line C as defined in § 90.7; for turned by the Commission because it is applicants in the one-way paging 929– not acceptable for filing. All other cat- 930 MHz band, that the proposed sta- egories of applications listed in tion location is west of Line C as de- § 90.175(i) that do not require evidence fined in § 90.7. of frequency coordination are excluded (2) The proposed antenna structure from the provisions of this section. has been previously studied by the Fed- (d) A conditional authorization pur- eral Aviation Administration and de- suant to paragraphs (b) and (c) of this termined to pose no hazard to aviation section is evidenced by retaining the safety as required by § 17.4 of the Com- original executed conditional licensing mission’s Rules; or the proposed an- 572C Certification Form with the sta- tenna or tower structure does not ex- tion records. Conditional authorization ceed 6.1 meters (20 feet) above ground does not prejudice any action the Com- level or above an existing man-made mission may take on the subject appli- structure (other than an antenna struc- cation. Conditional authority is ac- ture), if the antenna or tower has not cepted with the express understanding been previously studied by the Federal that such authority may be modified or Aviation Administration and cleared cancelled by the Commission at any by the FCC. time without hearing if, in the Com- (3) The grant of the application does mission’s discretion, the need for such not require a waiver of the Commis- action arises. Consistent with sion’s Rules. § 90.175(g), the applicant assumes all (4) The applicant has determined that risks associated with operation under the proposed facility will not signifi- conditional authority, the termination cantly affect the environment as de- or modification of conditional author- fined in § 1.1307. ity, or the subsequent dismissal or de- (5) The applicant has determined that nial of its application. Authority re- the proposed station affords the level verts back to the original licensee if an of protection to radio ‘‘quiet’’ zones assignee or transferee’s conditional au- and monitoring facilities as specified thority is cancelled. in § 90.177.

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(e) The transmissions of new stations § 90.160 Public notice. operating pursuant to conditional au- Periodically, the Commission will thority shall be identified by a tem- issue Public Notices listing major fil- porary call sign consisting of the prefix ings and other information of public ‘‘WT’’ followed by the applicant’s local significance concerning commercial seven digit business telephone number mobile radio services licensed under as provided in § 2.302. Transmissions by this part. Categories of Public Notice applicants for the modification, assign- listings are as follows: ment of authorization or transfer of (a) Accepted for filing. Acceptance for control of an existing station shall be filing of all applications and major identified by the station’s call sign. amendments thereto. (b) Actions. Commission actions on [51 FR 14997, Apr. 22, 1986, as amended at 54 pending applications previously listed FR 50239, Dec. 5, 1989; 58 FR 44956, Aug. 25, as accepted for filing. 1993; 58 FR 62291, Nov. 26, 1993; 59 FR 59959, (c) Informative listings. Information Nov. 21, 1994; 62 FR 18924, Apr. 17, 1997] that the Commission, in its discretion, EFFECTIVE DATE NOTE: At 62 FR 18924, Apr. believes to be of public significance. 17, 1997, § 90.159 was amended by revising the Such listings do not create any rights introductory text of paragraph (b), para- to file oppositions or other pleadings. graph (b)(6), the last sentence of paragraph (c), and the fourth sentence of paragraph (d), § 90.161 Amendment or dismissal of effective Oct. 17, 1997. applications. (a) Amendment. Pending applications SPECIAL RULES GOVERNING FACILITIES concerning facilities for providing com- USED TO PROVIDE COMMERCIAL MO- mercial mobile radio services may be BILE RADIO SERVICES amended as a matter of right if such applications have not been designated SOURCE: 59 FR 59959, Nov. 21, 1994, unless for hearing or listed in a Public Notice otherwise noted. for a random selection or competitive NOTE: The following rules (§§ 90.160 through bidding process, except as provided in 90.169) govern applications, licensing, and op- paragraphs (a)(1) and (a)(2) of this sec- eration of radio facilities in the 220–222 MHz tion. If a petition to deny or other for- (subpart T), Business Radio (Subpart D), 929– mal objection has been filed, a copy of 930 MHz Paging (subpart P), and Specialized any amendment (or other filing) must Mobile Radio (Subpart S) services that are be served on the petitioner. If the Com- used to provide commercial mobile radio mission has issued a Public Notice services (see §§ 20.3 and 20.9 of this chapter). stating that the application appears to Compliance with the rules relating to appli- be mutually exclusive with another ap- cations and licensing of facilities on paging- plication (or applications), a copy of only channels in the Business Radio Service any amendment (or other filing) must (see § 90.75(c)(10)) and 929–930 MHz paging channels (see § 90.494(a),(b)) is not required be served on any such mutually exclu- prior to August 10, 1996. Compliance with § 9 sive applicant (or applicants). 90.168 is also not required prior to August 10, (1) Amendments to applications that 1996 for reclassified commercial mobile radio resolve mutual exclusivity may be filed service providers who are to be regulated as at any time, subject to the require- private carriers until August 10, 1996 as pro- ments of § 90.162. vided in the Second Report and Order in GN (2) Amendments to applications des- Docket No. 93–252, 9 FCC Rcd 2348 (1994), ignated for hearing may be allowed by paras. 280–284. The licensing and operation of the presiding officer and amendments radio facilities in the 220–222 MHz (Subpart to applications selected in a random T), Business Radio (Subpart D), 929–930 MHz selection process may be allowed by Paging (Subpart P), and Specialized Mobile the Commission for good cause shown. Radio (Subpart S) services that are used to In such instances, a written petition provide commercial mobile radio services are also subject to rules elsewhere in this part demonstrating good cause must be sub- that apply generally to Private Land Mobile mitted and served upon the parties of Radio Services. In the case of any conflict record. between rules set forth in §§ 90.160 through (b) Dismissal. The Commission may 90.169 and other rules in this part, §§ 90.160 dismiss any application for authoriza- through 90.169 apply. tion, assignment of authorization, or

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consent to transfer of control of a com- (i) For which the applicant did not mercial mobile radio facility. submit the winning bid in a competi- (1) Upon request by the applicant; tive bidding process; Any applicant may request that its ap- (ii) That is included in a random se- plication be returned or dismissed. A lection process but is not granted; or request for the return of an application (iii) That receives comparative con- after it has been listed on Public No- sideration in a hearing but is not tice as tentatively accepted for filing is granted by order of the presiding offi- considered to be a request for dismissal cer. of that application without prejudice. (4) For failure to prosecute; The Com- (i) If the applicant requests dismissal mission may dismiss applications for of its application with prejudice, the failure of the applicant to prosecute or Commission will dismiss the applica- for failure of the applicant to respond tion with prejudice. substantially within a specified time (ii) If the applicant requests dismis- period to official correspondence or re- sal of its application without prejudice, quests for additional information. Such the Commission will dismiss that ap- dismissal will generally be without plication without prejudice, unless prejudice if the failure to prosecute or (A) The application has been des- respond occurred prior to designation ignated for comparative hearing; of the application for comparative (B) It has been selected in a random hearing or prior to selection of the ap- selection process; or plication in a random selection proc- (C) It is an application for which the ess, but may be with prejudice in cases applicant submitted the winning bid in of non-compliance with § 90.162. Dismis- a competitive bidding process. If the sal will generally be with prejudice if applicant requests dismissal of its ap- the failure to prosecute or respond oc- plication for which it submitted the curred after designation of the applica- winning bid in a competitive bidding tion for comparative hearing or after process, the Commission will dismiss selection of the application in a ran- that application with prejudice. If the dom selection process. The Commission applicant requests dismissal of its ap- may dismiss applications with preju- plication after that application has dice for failure of the applicant to com- been designated for comparative hear- ply with requirements related to a ing or selected in a random selection competitive bidding process. process, it may submit a written peti- (5) If the requested spectrum is not tion requesting that the dismissal be available; The Commission may dis- without prejudice. Such petition must miss any application that requests demonstrate good cause, comply with spectrum which is unavailable because: § 90.162 of this part, and be served upon (i) It was previously assigned to an- all parties of record. The Commission other licensee on an exclusive basis or may grant such petition and dismiss cannot be assigned to the applicant the application without prejudice or without causing interference; or deny the petition and dismiss the ap- (ii) Reasonable efforts have been plication with prejudice. made to coordinate the proposed facil- (2) If the application is untimely ity with foreign administrations under filed; The Commission may dismiss applicable international agreements, without prejudice any application that and an unfavorable response (harmful is prematurely or filed late, including interference anticipated) has been re- any application filed prior to the open- ceived. ing date or after the closing date of a (6) If the application is found to be filing window, or after the cut-off date defective. Such dismissal may be for a mutually exclusive application ‘‘without prejudice,’’ meaning that the filing group. Commission may accept from the ap- (3) If the application is mutually ex- plicant another application for the clusive with another application that same purpose at any later time, or is selected or granted in accordance ‘‘with prejudice,’’ meaning that the with the rules in this part; The Com- Commission will not accept from the mission may dismiss any mutually ex- applicant another application for the clusive application: same purpose for a period of one year

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following the date of the dismissal ac- tion to deny, informal objection, or tion taken by the Commission. Unless other pleading in exchange for the otherwise provided in this part, a dis- withdrawal or dismissal of the applica- missed application will not be returned tion, petition to deny, informal objec- to the applicant. The Commission may tion, or other pleading, or threat to file dismiss without prejudice applications a pleading, except that this provision that it finds to be defective. An appli- does not apply to dismissal or with- cation for authorization or assignment drawal of applications pursuant to of authorization is defective if: bona fide merger agreements: (i) It is unsigned or incomplete with (2) The exact nature and amount of respect to required answers to ques- any consideration received or prom- tions, informational showings, or other ised; matters of a formal character; or (3) An itemized accounting of the ex- (ii) It requests an authorization that penses for which it seeks reimburse- would not comply with the Commis- ment; and sion’s Rules and does not contain a re- (4) The terms of any oral agreement quest for waiver of these rule(s), or in related to the withdrawal or dismissal the event that the Commission denies of the application, petition to deny, in- such a waiver request, does not contain formal objection, or other pleading or an alternative proposal that fully com- threat to file a pleading. plies with the rules. (c) In addition, within five (5) days of § 90.162 Agreements to dismiss appli- the filing date of the applicant’s or pe- cations, amendments, or pleadings. titioner’s request for approval, each re- (a) Parties that have filed an applica- maining party to any written or oral tion concerning facilities used to pro- agreement must submit an affidavit vide commercial mobile radio services setting forth: that is mutually exclusive with one or (1) A certification that neither the more other applications, and then applicant nor its principals has paid or enter into an agreement to resolve the will pay money or other consideration mutual exclusivity by withdrawing or in excess of the legitimate and prudent requesting dismissal of the application expenses of the petitioner in exchange or an amendment thereto, must obtain for withdrawing or dismissing the ap- the approval of the Commission. Par- plication, petition to deny, informal ties that have filed or threatened to objection, or other pleading; and file a petition to deny, informal objec- (2) The terms of any oral agreement tion, or other pleading against a pend- relating to the withdrawal or dismissal ing application, and then seek to with- of the application, petition to deny, in- draw or request dismissal of, or refrain formal objection, or other pleading. from filing, the petition, either unilat- (d) No person shall make or receive erally or in exchange for a financial any payments in exchange for with- consideration, must obtain the ap- drawing a threat to file or refraining proval of the Commission. from filing a petition against an appli- (b) The party withdrawing or re- cation. For purposes of this section, re- questing dismissal of its application, imbursement by an applicant of the le- petition to deny, informal objection, or gitimate and prudent expenses of a po- other pleading, or refraining from fil- tential petitioner or objector, incurred ing a pleading, must submit to the reasonably and directly in preparing to Commission a request for approval of file a petition to deny, will not be con- the withdrawal or dismissal, a copy of sidered to be payment for refraining any written agreement related to the from filing a petition to deny or an in- withdrawal or dismissal, and an affida- formal objection. Payments made di- vit setting forth: rectly to a potential petitioner or ob- (1) A certification that neither the jector, or a person related to a poten- party nor its principals has received or tial petitioner or objector, to imple- will receive any money or other consid- ment non-financial promises are pro- eration in excess of the legitimate and hibited unless specifically approved by prudent expenses incurred in preparing the Commission. and prosecuting the application, peti- (e) For purposes of this section:

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(1) Affidavits filed pursuant to this (2) Comply with all applicable re- section must be executed by the filing quirements of §§ 1.41 through 1.52 of this party, if an individual, a partner hav- chapter; ing personal knowledge of the facts, if (3) Contain specific allegations of a partnership, or an officer having per- fact which, except for facts of which of- sonal knowledge of the facts, if a cor- ficial notice may be taken, are sup- poration or association. ported by affidavit of a person or per- (2) Applications, petitions to deny, sons with personal knowledge thereof, informal objections, and other plead- and which are sufficient to dem- ings are deemed to be pending before onstrate that the petitioner (or re- the Commission from the time the ap- spondent) is a party in interest and plication or petition to deny is filed that a grant or other Commission ac- with the Commission until such time tion regarding the major filing would as an order of the Commission grant- be inconsistent with the public inter- ing, denying, or dismissing the applica- est; tion, petition to deny, informal objec- (4) Be filed within 30 days after the tion, or other pleading is no longer sub- date of the Public Notice listing the ject to reconsideration by the Commis- major filing; and sion or to review by any court. (3) ‘‘Legitimate and prudent ex- (5) Contain a certificate of service penses’’ are those expenses reasonably showing that a copy has been mailed to incurred by a party in preparing to file, the applicant no later than the date of filing, prosecuting and/or settling its filing with the Commission. application, petition to deny, informal (b) Expansion. Petitions to deny a objection, or other pleading for which major amendment to an application reimbursement is sought. may raise only matters directly related (4) ‘‘Other consideration’’ consists of to the major amendment that could financial concessions, including, but not have been raised in connection not limited to, the transfer of assets or with the application as originally filed. the provision of tangible pecuniary This paragraph does not apply to peti- benefit, as well as non-financial con- tioners who gain standing because of cessions that confer any type of benefit the major amendment. on the recipient. (c) Dismissal. The Commission may, (f) Notwithstanding the provisions of by letter, dismiss any petition to deny this section, any payments made or re- a major filing if the petition does not ceived in exchange for withdrawing a comply with the requirements of this short-form application for an FCC au- section or § 90.161. The reason(s) for the thorization awarded through competi- dismissal must be stated in the letter. tive bidding shall be subject to the re- When a petition to deny is dismissed, strictions set forth in section § 1.2105(c) any related responsive pleadings also of this chapter. are dismissed.

[59 FR 59959, Nov. 21, 1994, as amended at 62 § 90.164 Classification of filings as FR 11636, Mar. 12, 1997] major or minor. § 90.163 Petitions to deny, responsive Applications and amendments to ap- pleadings. plications are classified as major or Petitions to deny any major filing minor when such filings concern facili- concerning facilities used to provide ties used to provide commercial mobile commercial mobile radio services may radio services. Categories of major and be filed by parties able to demonstrate minor filings are listed in section 309 of standing to file such petitions. Respon- the Communications Act of 1934, as sive pleadings to such petitions may be amended (47 U.S.C. 309). In general, a filed in accordance with the provisions major filing is a request for a Commis- of this section. sion action that has the potential to (a) Content and requirements. Peti- affect parties other than the applicant. tions to deny and responsive pleadings The following are major filings: must: (a) Initial station authorization. Fil- (1) Clearly identify the pertinent ings for an initial authorization as de- major filing(s); fined in § 90.165(d)(2) are major.

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(b) Ownership or control change. Fil- Two or more pending applications are ings are major if they specify a sub- mutually exclusive if the grant of one stantial change in beneficial ownership application would effectively preclude or control (de jure or de facto), unless the grant of one or more of the others such change is involuntary or if the fil- under Commission rules governing the ing merely amends an application to services involved. reflect a change in ownership or con- (a) Separate applications. Any appli- trol that has already been approved by cant that files an application knowing the Commission. that it will be mutually exclusive with (c) Renewal. Applications for renewal one or more applications should not in- of authorizations are major. clude in the mutually exclusive appli- (d) Environmental. Filings are major cation a request for other channels or if they request authorization for a fa- facilities that would not, by them- cility that would have a significant en- selves, render the application mutually vironmental effect, as defined by exclusive with those other applica- §§ 1.1301 through 1.1319 of this chapter. tions. Instead, the request for such (e) In the Specialized Mobile Radio other channels or facilities should be Service, in addition to filings listed in filed in a separate application. paragraphs (a) through (d) of this sec- (b) Filing groups. Pending mutually tion, filings are major if they: exclusive applications are processed in (1) Request a change in frequency; filing groups. Mutually exclusive appli- (2) Request an authorization that cations in a filing group are given con- would increase the effective radiated current consideration. The Commission power or antenna height above average may dismiss as defective (pursuant to terrain in any azimuth from an exist- § 90.162) any mutually exclusive appli- ing transmitter authorized to the filer; cations(s) whose filing date is outside of the date range for inclusion in the (3) Request an authorization that filing group. The types of filing groups would relocate an existing fixed trans- used in day-to-day application process- mitter; ing are specified in paragraph (c)(3) of (4) Amend a pending application to this section. A filing group is one of change a requested frequency; the following types: (5) Amend a pending application in a (1) Renewal filing group. A renewal fil- way that would increase the proposed ing group comprises a timely-filed ap- effective radiated power or antenna plication for renewal of an authoriza- height above average terrain in any tion and all timely-filed mutually ex- azimuth from an existing transmitter clusive competing applications. authorized to the filer; (2) Same-day filing group. A same-day (6) Amend a pending application to filing group comprises all mutually ex- change the location of a fixed trans- clusive applications whose filing date mitter from that previously proposed is the same day, which is normally the in the application; or filing date of the first-filed applica- (7) Amend a pending application for tions(s). which pre-filing coordination was re- (3) Thirty-day notice and cut-off filing quired to change the technical proposal group. A 30-day notice and cut-off filing substantially from that which was co- group comprises mutually exclusive ordinated with other users. applications whose filing date is no later than thirty (30) days after the § 90.165 Procedures for mutually ex- date of the Public Notice listing the clusive applications. first-filed application(s) (according to Mutually exclusive commercial mo- the filing dates) as acceptable for fil- bile radio service applications are proc- ing. essed in accordance with the rules in (4) Window filing group. A window fil- this section, except for mutually exclu- ing group comprises mutually exclu- sive applications for licenses in the 220– sive applications whose filing date is 220 MHz service and the 929–930 MHz within an announced filing window. An Paging service, which are processed in announced filing window is a period of accordance with the rules in subpart P time between and including two spe- and subpart T of this part. cific dates, which are the first and last

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dates on which applications (or amend- tions in a renewal filing group are des- ments) for a particular purpose may be ignated for comparative consideration accepted for filing. In the case of a one- in a hearing. day filing window, the two dates are (ii) Applications in a 30-day notice the same. The dates are made known to and cut-off filing group. the public in advance. (A) If all of the mutually exclusive (c) Procedures. Generally, the Com- applications in a 30-day notice and cut- mission may grant one application in a off filing group are applications for ini- filing group of mutually exclusive ap- tial authorization, the Commission ad- plications and dismiss the other appli- ministers competitive bidding proce- cation(s) in the filing group that are dures in accordance with subpart Q of excluded by the grant, pursuant to part 1 of this chapter. After such proce- § 90.162. dures, the application of the successful (1) Selection methods. In selecting the bidder may be granted and the other application to grant, the Commission applications may be dismissed without may use competitive bidding, random prejudice. selection, or comparative hearings, de- (B) If any of the mutually exclusive pending on the type of applications in- applications in a 30-day notice and cut- volved. off filing group is an application for (2) Dismissal of applications. The Com- modification or an application for fa- mission may dismiss any application in cilities, the Commission may attempt a filing group that is defective or oth- to resolve the mutual exclusivity by fa- erwise subject to dismissal under cilitating a settlement between the ap- § 90.162, either before or after employ- plicants. If a settlement is not reached ing selection procedures. within a reasonable time, the Commis- (3) Type of filing group used. Except as sion may designate all applications in otherwise provided in this part, the the filing group for comparative con- type of filing group used in processing sideration in a hearing. In this event, of two or more mutually exclusive ap- the result of the hearing disposes all of plications depends on the purpose(s) of the applications in the filing group. the applications. (iii) Applications in a same-day filing (i) If one of the mutually exclusive group. If there are two or more mutu- applications is a timely-filed applica- ally exclusive applications in a same- tion for renewal of an authorization, a day filing group, the Commission may renewal filing group is used. attempt to resolve the mutual exclu- (ii) If any mutually exclusive appli- sivity by facilitating a settlement be- cation filed on the earliest filing date tween the applicants. If a settlement is is an application for modification and not reached within a reasonable time, none of the mutually exclusive applica- the Commission may designate all ap- tions is a timely-filed application for plications in the filing group for com- renewal, a same-day filing group is parative consideration in a hearing. In used. this event, the result of the hearing (iii) If all of the mutually exclusive disposes all of the applications in the applications filed on the earliest filing filing group. date are applications for initial author- (iv) Applications in a window filing ization, a 30-day notice and cut-off fil- group. Applications in a window filing ing group is used. group are processed in accordance with (4) Disposition. If there is only one ap- the procedures for a 30-day notice and plication in any type of filing group, cut-off filing group in paragraph the Commission may grant that appli- (c)(4)(ii) of this section. cation and dismiss without prejudice (d) Terminology. For the purposes of any mutually exclusive applications this section, terms have the following not in the filing group. If there is more meanings: than one mutually exclusive applica- (1) The ‘‘filing date’’ of an applica- tion in a filing group, the Commission tion is the date on which that applica- disposes of these applications as fol- tion was received in a condition ac- lows: ceptable for filing or the date on which (i) Applications in a renewal filing the most recently filed major amend- group. All mutually exclusive applica- ment to that application was received,

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whichever is later, excluding major (3) The applicant is eligible and amendments in the following cir- qualified under applicable Commission cumstances: regulations and policies; (i) The major amendment reflects (4) The application is acceptable for only a change in ownership or control filing, and complies with the Commis- found by the Commission to be in the sion rules and other applicable require- public interest; ments; (ii) The major amendment as re- (5) The application has not been des- ceived is defective or otherwise found ignated for a hearing after being se- unacceptable for filing; or lected in a random selection process; (iii) The application being amended (6) There are no applications entitled has been designated for hearing and the to comparative consideration with the Commission or the presiding officer ac- application being granted; and cepts the major amendment. (7) Operation of the proposed station (2) An ‘‘application for initial author- would not cause interference to any au- ization’’ is: thorized station(s). (i) Any application requesting an au- thorization for a new system or sta- (b) Grant of petitioned applications. tion; The Commission may grant, without a (ii) Any application requesting au- formal hearing, applications against thorization for an existing station to which petitions to deny have been operate on an additional channel, un- filed. If any petition(s) to deny are less the additional channel is for paired pending (i.e., have not been dismissed two-way radiotelephone operation, is pursuant to § 90.161 or withdrawn by in the same frequency range as the ex- the petitioner) when an application is isting channel(s), and will be oper- granted, the Commission shall deny ationally integrated with the existing the petition(s) and issue a concise channel(s) such as by trunking; or statement of the reason(s) for the de- (iii) any application requesting au- nial, disposing of all substantive issues thorization for a new transmitter at a raised in the petitions. location more than 2 kilometers (1.2 (c) Partial and conditional grants. The miles) from any existing transmitters Commission may grant applications in of the applicant licensee on the re- part, and/or subject to conditions other quested channel or channel block. than those normally applied to author- (3) An ‘‘application for modification’’ izations of the same type. When the is any application other than an appli- Commission does this, it will inform cation for initial authorization or re- the applicant of the reasons therefor. newal. Such partial or conditional grants are final unless the Commission revises its § 90.166 Grants of applications. action in response to a petition for re- Applications for a commercial mobile consideration. Such petitions for re- radio service authorization under this consideration must be filed by the ap- part may be granted thirty (30) days plicant within thirty days after the after the issuance date of a Pubic No- date of the letter or order stating the tice listing an application or the latest reasons for the partial or conditional filed major amendment thereto as ac- grant, and must reject the partial or ceptable for filing. conditional grant and return the in- (a) Criteria for grants. The Commis- strument of authorization. sion grants applications without a (d) Designation for hearing. The Com- hearing if, after examination of the ap- plication and consideration of any peti- mission may designate applications for tions or other pleadings and of such a hearing, specifying with particularity other matters as it may officially no- the matters in issue, if, after consider- tice, the Commission finds that: ation of the application, any petitions (1) A grant will serve the public in- or other pleadings, and other matters terest, convenience, and necessity; which it may officially notice, the (2) There are no substantial and ma- Commission is unable to make one or terial questions of fact presented;

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more of the findings listed in para- § 90.168 Equal employment opportuni- graph (a) of this section. The Commis- ties. sion may grant, deny, or take other ac- Commercial Mobile Radio Services li- tion with respect to applications des- censees shall afford equal opportunity ignated for a hearing. in employment to all qualified persons, and personnel must not be discrimi- § 90.167 Time in which a station must nated against in employment because commence service. of sex, race, color, religion, or national (a) Unless otherwise specified in this origin. part, all 220–222 MHz, private carrier (a) Equal employment opportunity pro- paging, Industrial/Business Pool, and gram. Each licensee shall establish, SMR licensees must commence service maintain, and carry out a positive con- within twelve (12) months from the tinuing program of specific practices date of grant or the authorization can- designed to assure equal opportunity in every aspect of employment policy and cels automatically and must be re- practice. turned to the Commission. (1) Under the terms of its program, (b) For purposes of this section, a each licensee shall: station licensed to provide commercial (i) Define the responsibility of each mobile radio service is not considered level of management to insure a posi- to have commenced service unless it tive application and vigorous enforce- provides service to at least one unaf- ment of the policy of equal oppor- filiated party. tunity, and establish a procedure to re- (c) Application for extension of time view and control managerial and super- to commence service may be made on visory performance. Commission Form 600. Extensions of (ii) Inform its employees and recog- time must be filed prior to the expira- nized employee organizations of the tion of the construction period. Exten- positive equal employment oppor- sions will be granted only if the li- tunity policy and program and enlist censee shows that the failure to com- their cooperation. mence service is due to causes beyond (iii) Communicate its equal employ- his or her control. No extensions will ment opportunity policy and program be granted for delays caused by lack of and its employment needs to sources of qualified applicants without regard to financing, lack of site availability, for sex, race, color, religion or national or- the assignment or transfer of control of igin, and solicit their recruitment as- an authorization, or for failure to time- sistance on a continuing basis. ly order equipment. If the licensee or- (iv) Conduct a continuing campaign ders equipment within 90 days of the li- to exclude every form of prejudice or cense grant, a presumption of due dili- discrimination based upon sex, race, gence is created. color, religion, or national origin, from (d) An application for modification of the licensee’s personnel policies and an authorization (under construction) practices and working conditions. at the existing location does not ex- (v) Conduct a continuing review of tend the initial construction period. If job structure and employment prac- additional time to commence service is tices and adopt positive recruitment, required, a request for such additional training, job design and other measures time must be submitted on Commis- needed in order to insure genuine sion Form 600, either separately or in equality of opportunity to participate conjunction with the submission of the fully in all organizational units, occu- Commission Form 600 requesting modi- pations and levels of responsibility. fication. (2) The program must reasonably ad- dress specific concerns through policies [59 FR 59959, Nov. 21, 1994, as amended at 62 and actions as set forth in this para- FR 18925, Apr. 17, 1997] graph, to the extent that they are ap- EFFECTIVE DATE NOTE: At 62 FR 18925, Apr. propriate in consideration of licensee 17, 1997, § 90.167 was amended by revising size, location and other factors. paragraph (a), effective Oct. 17, 1997. (i) To assure nondiscrimination in re- cruiting.

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(A) Posting notices in the licensee’s (iii) To assure nondiscriminatory offices informing applicants for em- placement and promotion. ployment of their equal employment (A) Instructing employees of the li- rights and their right to notify the censee who make decisions on place- Equal Employment Opportunity Com- ment and promotion that minority em- mission (EEOC), the Federal Commu- ployees and females are to be consid- nications Commission (Commission), ered without discrimination, and that or other appropriate agency. Where a job areas in which there is little or no substantial number of applicants are minority or female representation Spanish-surnamed Americans, such no- should be reviewed to determine tice should be posted in both Spanish whether this results from discrimina- and English. tion. (B) Placing a notice in bold type on (B) Giving minority groups and fe- the employment application informing male employees equal opportunity for prospective employees that discrimina- positions which lead to higher posi- tion because of sex, race, color, reli- tions. Inquiring as to the interest and gion, or national origin is prohibited, skills of all lower-paid employees with and that they may notify the EEOC, respect to any of the higher-paid posi- the Commission, or other appropriate tions, followed by assistance, counsel- agency if they believe they have been ing, and effective measures to enable discriminated against. employees with interest and potential (C) Placing employment advertise- to qualify themselves for such posi- ments in media which have significant tions. circulation among minority groups in (C) Reviewing seniority practices to the recruiting area. insure that such practices are non- (D) Recruiting through schools and discriminatory and do not have a dis- colleges with significant minority criminatory effect. group enrollments. (D) Avoiding use of selection tech- niques or tests that have the effect of (E) Maintaining systematic contacts discriminating against minority groups with minority and human relations or- or females. ganizations, leaders and spokespersons (iv) to assure nondiscrimination in to encourage referral of qualified mi- other areas of employment practices. nority or female applicants. (A) Examining rates of pay and fringe (F) Encouraging present employees benefits for present employees with to refer minority or female applicants. equivalent duties and adjusting any in- (G) Making known to the appropriate equities found. recruitment sources in the employer’s (B) Providing opportunity to perform immediate area that qualified minority overtime work on a basis that does not members are being sought for consider- discriminate against qualified minor- ation whenever the licensee hires. ity groups or female employees. (ii) To assure nondiscrimination in (b) EEO statement. Each licensee hav- selection and hiring. ing sixteen (16) or more full-time em- (A) Instructing employees of the li- ployees shall file with the Commission, censee who make hiring decisions that no later than May 31st following the all applicants for all jobs are to be con- grant of that licensee’s first Commer- sidered without discrimination. cial Mobile Radio Services authoriza- (B) Where union agreements exist, tion, a statement describing fully its cooperating with the union or unions current equal employment opportunity in the development of programs to as- program, indicating specific practices sure qualified minority persons or fe- to be followed in order to assure equal males of equal opportunity for employ- employment opportunity on the basis ment, and including an effective non- of sex, race, color, religion, or national discrimination clause in new or renego- origin in such aspects of employment tiated union agreements. practices as regards recruitment, selec- (C) Avoiding use of selection tech- tion, training, placement, promotion, niques or tests that have the effect of pay, working conditions, demotion, discriminating against minority groups layoff, and termination. Any licensee or females. having sixteen (16) or more full-time

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employees that changes its existing (3) Complaints alleging employment equal employment opportunity pro- discrimination against a common car- gram shall file with the Commission, rier licensee who does not fall under no later than May 31st thereafter, a re- the jurisdiction of the EEOC or an ap- vised statement reflecting the propriate State law, are accorded ap- change(s). propriate treatment by the Commis- NOTE: Commercial mobile radio service li- sion. censees having sixteen (16) or more full-time (4) The Commission will consult with employees that do not have a current EEO the EEOC on all matters relating to statement on file with the Commission as of January 2, 1995, must file the statement re- the evaluation and determination of quired by this paragraph no later than May compliance by the common carrier li- 31, 1995. censees with the principles of equal employment as set forth herein. (c) Report of complaints filed against li- (5) Complaints indicating a general censees. Each licensee, regardless of how many employees it has, shall sub- pattern of disregard of equal employ- mit an annual report to the Commis- ment practices which are received sion no later than May 31st of each against a licensee that is required to year indicating whether any com- file an employment report to the Com- plaints regarding violations by the li- mission under § 1.815(a) of this chapter censee or equal employment provisions are investigated by the Commission. of Federal, State, Territorial, or local (e) Commission records. A copy of law have been filed before anybody every annual employment report, equal having competent jurisdiction. employment opportunity program (1) The report should state the par- statement, reports on complaints re- ties involved, the date filing, the garding violation of equal employment courts or agencies before which the provisions of Federal, State, Terri- matters have been heard, the appro- torial, or local law, and copies of all priate file number (if any), and the re- exhibits, letters, and other documents spective disposition or current status filed as part thereof, all amendments of any such complaints. thereto, all correspondence between (2) Any licensee who has filed such the licensee and the Commission per- information with the EEOC may file a taining to the reports after they have notification of such filing with the been filed and all documents incor- Commission in lieu of a report. porated therein by reference, are open (d) Complaints of violations of Equal for public inspection at the offices of Employment Programs. Complaints al- the Commission. leging employment discrimination (f) Licensee records. Each licensee re- against a common carrier licensee are quired to file annual employment re- considered by the Commission in the ports (pursuant to § 1.815(a) of this following manner: chapter), equal employment oppor- (1) If a complaint raising an issue of tunity program statements, and annual discrimination is received against a li- reports on complaints regarding viola- censee who is within the jurisdiction of tions of equal employment provisions the EEOC, it is submitted to that agen- of Federal, State, Territorial, or local cy. The Commission maintains a liai- law shall maintain for public inspec- son with that agency that keeps the tion a file containing a copy of each Commission informed of the disposi- such report and copies of all exhibits, tion of complaints filed against com- letters, and other documents filed as mon carrier licensees. part thereto, all correspondence be- (2) Complaints alleging employment tween the licensee and the Commission discrimination against a common car- pertaining to the reports after they rier licensee who does not fall under have been filed and all documents in- the jurisdiction of the EEOC but is cov- corporated therein by reference. The ered by appropriate enforceable State law, to which penalties apply, may be documents must be retained for a pe- submitted by the Commission to the riod of two (2) years. respective State agency.

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§ 90.169 Construction prior to grant of lighting specifications (FCC Form 854) application. with the Commission; Applicants may construct facilities (5) The applicant has indicated in the prior to grant of their applications, application that the proposed facility subject to the provisions of this sec- would not have a significant environ- tion, but must not operate such facili- mental effect, in accordance with ties until the Commission grants an §§ 1.1301 through 1.1319 of this chapter; authorization. If the conditions stated and, in this section are not met, applicants (6) Under applicable international must not begin to construct facilities. agreements and rules in this part, indi- (a) When applicants may begin con- vidual coordination of the proposed struction. An applicant may begin con- channel assignment(s) with a foreign struction of a facility thirty-five (35) administration is not required. days after the date of the Public Notice listing the application for that facility Subpart H—Policies Governing the as acceptable for filing. Assignment of Frequencies (b) Notification to stop. If the Commis- sion for any reason determines that § 90.171 Scope. construction should not be started or This subpart contains detailed infor- should be stopped while an application mation concerning the policies under is pending, and so notifies the appli- which the Commission assigns fre- cant, orally (followed by written con- quencies for the use of licensees under firmation) or in writing, the applicant this part, frequency coordination pro- must not begin construction or, if con- cedures, and procedures under which li- struction has begun, must stop con- censees may cooperatively share radio struction immediately. facilities. (c) Assumption of risk. Applicants that begin construction pursuant to this § 90.173 Policies governing the assign- section before receiving an authoriza- ment of frequencies. tion do so at their own risk and have (a) The frequencies which ordinarily no recourse against the United States may be assigned to stations in the for any losses resulting from: services governed by this part are list- (1) Applications that are not granted; ed in subparts B, C and F of this part. (2) Errors or delays in issuing Public Frequencies other than those listed in Notices; subparts B and C may be assigned in (3) Having to alter, relocate, or dis- the 150–174 MHz, 421–430 MHz, 450–470 mantle the facility; or MHz, and 470–512 MHz bands, provided (4) Incurring whatever costs may be such applications are accompanied by a necessary to bring the facility into showing of frequency coordination in compliance with applicable laws, or accordance with the requirements of Commission rules and orders. § 90.175. Except as otherwise specifi- (d) Conditions. Except as indicated, cally provided in this part, frequencies all pre-grant construction is subject to assigned to land mobile stations are the following conditions: available on a shared basis only and (1) The application is not mutually will not be assigned for the exclusive exclusive with any other application; use of any licensee. (2) No petitions to deny the applica- (b) All applicants and licensees shall tion have been filed; cooperate in the selection and use of (3) The application does not include a frequencies in order to reduce inter- request for a waiver of one or more ference and make the most effective Commission rules; use of the authorized facilities. Licens- (4) For any construction or alter- ees of stations suffering or causing ation that would exceed the require- harmful interference are expected to ments of § 17.7 of this chapter, the li- cooperate and resolve this problem by censee has notified the appropriate Re- mutually satisfactory arrangements. If gional Office of the Federal Aviation the licensees are unable to do so, the Administration (FAA Form 7460–1), Commission may impose restrictions filed a request for antenna height including specifying the transmitter clearance and obstruction marking and power, antenna height, or area or hours

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of operation of the stations concerned. (h) In the Public Safety Pool, base Further the use of any frequency at a stations may be authorized to operate given geographical location may be de- on a secondary basis on frequencies nied when, in the judgment of the Com- below 450 MHz which are available to mission, its use in that location is not mobile stations. in the public interest; the use of any (i) In the 450–470 MHz band, the fre- frequency may be restricted as to spec- quencies are ordinarily assigned in ified geographical areas, maximum pairs, with the mobile station transmit power, or such other operating condi- frequency 5 MHz above the paired base tions, contained in this part or in the station transmit frequency. In the 470– station authorization. 512 MHz band, the frequencies are ordi- (c) Frequencies allocated for Federal narily assigned in pairs with the mo- Government radio stations under Exec- bile station transmit frequency 3 MHz utive order of the President may be au- above the paired base station transmit thorized for the use of stations in these frequency. In the Industrial/Business services upon appropriate showing by Pool, in the 150 MHz band, the fre- the applicant that such assignment is quencies subject to § 90.35(c)(6) may be necessary for inter-communication assigned in pairs with the separation with government stations or required between base and mobile frequencies for coordination with activities of the being 5.26 MHz. A mobile station may Federal Government, and where the be assigned the frequency which would Commission finds, after consultation normally be assigned to a base station with the appropriate government agen- for single-frequency operation. How- cy or agencies, that such assignment is ever, this single-frequency operation necessary. may be subject to interference that (d) The radio facilities authorized would not occur to a two-frequency under this part are intended for use in system. connection with and as an adjunct to (j) [Reserved] the primary governmental or business activities of the licensee. (k) Notwithstanding any other provi- (e) Persons requesting authority to sions of this part, any eligible person operate in the band 25–50 MHz should may seek a dispositive preference for a recognize that this band is shared with channel assignment on an exclusive various services in other countries and basis in the 220–222 MHz, 470–512 MHz, that harmful interference may be and 800/900 MHz (except on frequencies caused by the propagation of signals in designated exclusively for SMR serv- this band from distant stations. No ice) bands by submitting information protection from such harmful inter- that leads to the recovery of channels ference generally can be expected. in these bands. Recovery of such chan- (f) Applications for stations in the nels must result from information pro- 150–174 MHz and 421–512 MHz bands for vided regarding the failure of existing operation on frequencies 15 kHz or less licensees to comply with the provisions removed from existing stations in the of §§ 90.155, 90.157, 90.629, 90.631 (e) or (f), same geographic area will be granted or 90.633 (c) or (d). Any recovered chan- based upon a recommendation from the nels in the 900 MHz SMR service will applicable frequency coordinator as revert automatically to the MTA li- specified in §§ 90.20(c)(2) and 90.35(b)(2). censee. (g) In the states of Alaska and Ha- (l) In the 150–174 MHz band, except waii, and in areas outside the continen- where otherwise specifically provided, tal limits of the United States and the authorizations for frequencies that adjacent waters, the frequencies above were available prior to August 18, 1995 150.8 MHz which are listed elsewhere in will be granted with channel this part as available for assignment to bandwidths of 25 kHz or less. Author- base stations or mobile stations in the izations for all other frequencies in Industrial/Business Pool are also avail- this band will be granted with channel able for assignment to operational bandwidths of 12.5 kHz or less (i.e., in fixed stations in the Industrial/Busi- the Public Safety Pool, frequencies ness Pool on a secondary basis. subject to §§ 90.20 (d)(27) and (d)(44), and

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in the Industrial/Business Pool, fre- by a showing of frequency coordination in quencies subject to §§ 90.35 (c)(30) and accordance with the requirements of Section (c)(33)). 90.175. Except as otherwise specifically pro- (m) In the 421–512 MHz band, except vided in this part, frequencies assigned to land mobile stations are available on a where otherwise specifically provided, shared basis only and will not be assigned for authorizations for frequencies that the exclusive use of any licensee. were available prior to August 18, 1995 will be granted with channel * * * * * bandwidths of 25 kHz or less. New au- thorizations for frequencies 12.5 kHz re- § 90.175 Frequency coordination re- moved from these frequencies will be quirements. made for channel bandwidths of 12.5 Except for applications listed in kHz or less (i.e., in the Public Safety paragraph (f) of this section, each ap- Pool, frequencies subject to plication for a new frequency assign- § 90.20(d)(27) and in the Industrial/Busi- ment, for a change in existing facilities ness Pool, frequencies subject to as listed in § 90.135(a), or for operation § 90.35(c)(30)). Authorizations for fre- at temporary locations in accordance quencies 6.25 kHz removed from these with § 90.137, must include a showing of frequencies will be granted with chan- frequency coordination as set forth nel bandwidths of 6.25 kHz or less (i.e., below. An application to reinstate a li- in the Public Safety Pool, frequencies cense expired for more than thirty (30) subject to § 90.20(d)(44), and in the In- days will be considered as a request for dustrial/Business Pool, frequencies sub- a new frequency assignment. ject to § 90.35(c)(33)). (a) Frequency coordinators may re- (n) Any recovered channels in the 800 quest, and applicants are required to MHz SMR service will revert automati- provide, all appropriate technical in- cally to the holder of the EA license formation, system requirements, and within which such channels are in- justification for requested station pa- cluded. If there is no EA licensee for re- rameters when such information is nec- covered channels, such channels will be essary to identify and recommend the retained by the Commission for future most appropriate frequency. Addition- licensing. ally, applicants bear the burden of pro- (Secs. 4, 303, 307, 48 Stat., as amended, 1066, ceeding and the burden of proof in re- 1082, 1083; 47 U.S.C. 154, 303, 307) questing the Commission to overturn a coordinator’s recommendation. [43 FR 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, as amended at 45 (b) For frequencies between 25 and 470 FR 43419, June 27, 1980; 46 FR 55704, Nov. 12, 1981; 50 FR 13605, Apr. 5, 1985; 54 FR 39739, MHz: A statement is required from the Sept. 28, 1989; 56 FR 65859, Dec. 19, 1991; 57 FR applicable frequency coordinator as 24992, June 12, 1992; 58 FR 51252, Oct. 1, 1993; specified in §§ 90.20(c)(2) and 90.35(b)(2) 60 FR 37261, July 19, 1995; 60 FR 48917, Sept. recommending the most appropriate 21, 1995; 61 FR 6155, Feb. 16, 1996; 62 FR 2038, frequency. The coordinator’s rec- Jan. 15, 1997; 62 FR 18925, Apr. 17, 1997] ommendation may include comments EFFECTIVE DATE NOTE: At 62 FR 18925, Apr. on technical factors such as power, an- 17, 1997, § 90.173 was amended by revising tenna height and gain, terrain, and paragraphs (a), (f), (g), (h), (l), and (m), and other factors which may serve to mini- the third sentence of paragraph (i), and re- mize potential interference. moving and reserving paragraph (j), effective (c) For frequencies above 800 MHz: Oct. 17, 1997. For the convenience of the user, When frequencies are shared by more the superseded text not appearing in the Oct. 1, 1996 revision is set forth as follows: than one service, concurrence must be obtained from the other applicable cer- § 90.173 Policies governing the assignment of tified coordinators. frequencies. (d) For frequencies in the 450–470 MHz (a) The frequencies which ordinarily may band: When used for secondary fixed be assigned to stations in the services gov- operations, frequencies shall be as- erned by this part are listed in subparts B, C, signed and coordinated pursuant to D, E, and F of this part. Frequencies other than those listed in subparts B, C, D, and E § 90.261. may be assigned in the 150–174 MHz, 421–430 (e) For frequencies between 470 and 512 MHz, 450–470 MHz, and 470–512 MHz bands, MHz, 806–824/851–869 MHz, and 896–901/ provided such applications are accompanied 935–940 MHz: A statement is required

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from the applicable coordinator rec- (10) Applications for mobile stations ommending specific frequencies that operating in the 470–512 MHz band or are available for assignment in accord- above 800 MHz if the frequency pair is ance with the loading standards and assigned to a single system on an ex- mileage separations applicable to the clusive basis in the proposed area of op- specific radio serve, frequency pool, or eration. category of user involved. (11) Applications for add-on base sta- (f) For frequencies in the 929–930 MHz tions in multiple licensed systems op- band. A statement from the coordina- erating in the 470–512 MHz band or tor recommending the most appro- above 800 MHz if the frequency pair is priate frequency. For applications assigned to a single system on an ex- under § 90.495, the coordinator’s state- clusive basis. ment must verify that the proposed (12) Applications for control stations system meets the requirements of that operating below 470 or above 800 MHz section. and meeting the requirements of (g) Any recommendation submitted § 90.119(a)(2)(ii). in accordance with paragraphs (a), (c), (13) Applications for frequencies in (d), or (e) of this section is advisory in the 216–220 and 1427–1435 MHz bands. character and is not an assurance that (14) Applications for frequencies in the Commission will grant a license for the 220–222 MHz band. operation on that frequency. Therefore, (15) Applications timely-filed by re- applicants are strongly advised not to cipients of a finder’s preference, where purchase radio equipment operating on the applicant intends to operate at the specific frequencies until a valid au- same site location, and with the same thorization has been obtained from the technical parameters as the prior li- Commission. censee. (h) Applications for facilities near the Canadian border north of line A or [51 FR 14998, Apr. 22, 1986, as amended at 51 east of line C in Alaska may require co- FR 36014, Oct. 8, 1986; 53 FR 1024, Jan. 15, 1988; ordination with the Canadian govern- 54 FR 4030, Jan. 27, 1989; 54 FR 39740, Sept. 28, ment. See § 1.955 of this chapter. 1989; 56 FR 19602, Apr. 29, 1991; 56 FR 65859, Dec. 19, 1991; 57 FR 48739, Oct. 28, 1992; 57 FR (i) The following applications need 60135, Dec. 18, 1992; 58 FR 62291, Nov. 26, 1993; not be accompanied by evidence of fre- 60 FR 37261, July 19, 1995; 62 FR 18925, Apr. 17, quency coordination: 1997] (1) Applications for frequencies below 25 MHz. EFFECTIVE DATE NOTE: At 62 FR 18925, Apr. 17, 1997, § 90.175 was amended by removing the (2) Applications for a Federal Govern- last sentence of the introductory text and ment frequency. paragraph (g), redesignating paragraphs (b) (3) Applications for frequencies in the through (f) as paragraphs (e) through (i) re- 72–76 MHz band except for mobile fre- spectively, redesignating paragraph (a) as quencies subject to § 90.35(c)(77). paragraph (b), adding new paragraphs (a), (c), (4) Applications for a frequency to be and (d), and revising newly redesignated paragraphs (b) and (e), (i)(3), and (i)(5), and used for developmental purposes. the first sentence of newly redesignated (5) Applications in the Industrial/ paragraph (g), effective Oct. 17, 1997. Business Pool requesting a frequency designated for itinerant operation § 90.176 Coordinator notification re- only. quirements on frequencies below (6) Applications in the Radiolocation 512 MHz. Service. (a) Frequencies below 470 MHz. Within (7) [Reserved] one business day of making a frequency (8) Applications for frequencies listed recommendation, each frequency coor- in the SMR tables contained in §§ 90.617 dinator must notify and provide the in- and 90.619. formation indicated in paragraph (e) of (9) Applications indicating license as- this section to all other frequency co- signments such as change in owner- ordinators who are also certified to co- ship, control or corporate structure if ordinate that frequency. there is no change in technical param- (1) The applicable frequency coordi- eters. nator for each frequency is specified in

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the coordinator column of the fre- other frequency coordinator. Should a quency tables of §§ 90.20(c)(3) and conflict arise, the affected coordinators 90.35(b)(3). are jointly responsible for taking ac- (2) For frequencies that do not speci- tion to resolve the conflict, up to and fy any frequency coordinator, all cer- including notifying the Commission tified in-pool coordinators must be no- that an application may have to be re- tified. turned. (3) For frequencies that are shared [62 FR 18926, Apr. 17, 1997] between the Public Safety Pool and the Industrial/Business Pool (frequencies EFFECTIVE DATE NOTE: At 62 FR 18926, Apr. subject to §§ 90.20(d)(7), (d)(25), (d)(34), 17, 1997, § 90.176 was revised, effective Oct. 17, or (d)(46) in the Public Safety Pool, and 1997. subject to §§ 90.35(c)(13), (c)(25), or (d)(4) § 90.177 Protection of certain radio re- in the Industrial/Business Pool), all ceiving locations. certified coordinators of both pools must be notified. This section pertains to applications (b) Frequencies in the 470–512 MHz for new or modified authorizations in band. Within one business day of mak- the vicinity of the National Radio As- ing a frequency recommendation, each tronomy Observatory, Green Bank, Po- frequency coordinator must notify and cahontas County, WV, the Naval Radio provide the information indicated in Research Observatory, Sugar Grove, paragraph (e) of this section to all Pendleton County, WV, the Table other certified frequency coordinators Mountain Radio receiving zone, Boul- in the Public Safety Pool and the In- der, CO, the Federal Communications dustrial/Business Pool. Commission monitoring stations and (c) Each frequency coordinator must other protected sites. also notify all other certified in-pool (a) Any applicant for a new perma- coordinators on any day that the fre- nent base or fixed station, or for a quency coordinator does not make any modification of an existing authoriza- frequency recommendations. tion which would change the fre- (d) Notification must be made to all quency, power, antenna height, direc- coordinators at approximately the tivity, or location within the bound- same time and can be made using any aries described in paragraph (b) of this method that ensures compliance with section shall notify the Director, Na- the one business day requirement. tional Radio Astronomy Observatory, (e) At a minimum the following in- P.O. Box 2, Green Bank, WV 24944, in formation must be included in each no- writing, of the technical parameters of tification: the proposal. (1) Name of applicant; (1) The notification shall be made (2) Frequency or frequencies rec- prior to, or simultaneously with the ommended; filing of the application with the Com- (3) Antenna locations and heights; mission. (4) Effective radiated power (ERP); (2) The notification shall state the (5) Type(s) of emissions; geographical coordinates of the an- (6) Description of the service area; tenna, antenna height, antenna direc- and tivity, proposed frequency, type of (7) Date and time of recommenda- emission, and effective radiated power. tion. (3) After receipt of such applications, (f) Upon request, each coordinator the Commission will allow a period of must provide any additional informa- 20 days for comments or objections in tion requested from another certified response to the notifications indicated. coordinator regarding a pending rec- If an objection to the proposed oper- ommendation that it has processed but ation is received during the 20-day pe- has not yet been granted by the Com- riod from the National Radio Astron- mission. omy Observatory for itself or on behalf (g) It is the responsibility of each co- of the Naval Radio Research Observ- ordinator to insure that its frequency atory, the Commission will consider all recommendations do not conflict with aspects of the problem and take what- the frequency recommendations of any ever action is deemed appropriate.

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(4) The provisions of this paragraph ing whether coordination is rec- do not apply to applications for mobile, ommended: temporary base, or temporary fixed (i) All stations within 2.4 km (1.5 stations. statute miles); (b) The area of concern for the Na- (ii) Stations within 4.8 km (3 statute tional Radio Astronomy Observatory miles) with 50 watts or more effective or the Naval Radio Research Observ- radiated power (ERP) in the primary atory is the area bounded by 39°15′ N. plane of polarization in the azimuthal on the north, 78°30′ W. on the east, direction of the Table Mountain Radio 37°30′ N. on the south, and 80°30′ W. on Receiving Zone; the west. (iii) Stations within 16 km (10 statute (c) Protection for Table Mountain miles) with 1 kW or more ERP in the Radio Receiving Zone, Boulder County, primary plane of polarization in the az- Colorado. Applicants for a station au- imuthal direction of the Table Moun- thorization to operate in the vicinity tain Receiving Zone; of Boulder County, Colorado under this (iv) Stations within 80 km (50 statute part are advised to give due consider- miles) with 25 kW or more ERP in the ation, prior to filing applications, to primary plane of polarization in the az- the need to protect the Table Mountain imuthal direction of the Table Moun- Radio Receiving Zone from harmful in- tain Receiving Zone. terference. These are the research lab- (2) Applicants concerned are urged to oratories of the Department of Com- communicate with the Radio Fre- merce, Boulder County, CO. To prevent quency Management Coordinator, De- degradation of the present ambient partment of Commerce, Research Sup- radio signal level at the site, the De- port Services, NOAA R/E5X2, Boulder partment of Commerce seeks to ensure Laboratories, Boulder, CO 80303; tele- that the field strengths of any radiated phone (303) 497–6548, in advance of filing signals (excluding reflected signals) re- their applications with the Commis- ceived on this 1800 acre site (in the vi- sion. cinity of coordinates 40°07′50′′ N Lati- (3) The Commission will not screen tude, 105° 14′40′′ W Longitude) resulting applications to determine whether ad- from new assignments (other than mo- vance consultation has taken place. bile stations) or from the modification However, applicants are advised that or relocation of existing facilities do such consultation can avoid objections not exceed the following values: from the Department of Commerce or proceedings to modify any authoriza- tion which may be granted which, in Field Power flux density 1 fact, delivers a signal at the site in ex- strength (dBW per (millivolt per cess of the field strength specified Frequency range meter) in square meter) in herein. authorized authorized bandwidth (d) Protection for Federal Commu- of service bandwidth of service nications Commission monitoring sta- Below 540 kHz ...... 10 65.8 tions: 540 to 1600 kHz ...... 20 59.8 (1) Applicants in the vicinity of an 1.6 to 470 MHz ...... 10 65.8 FCC monitoring station for a radio sta- 470 to 890 MHz ...... 30 56.2 tion authorization to operate new Above 890 MHz ...... 1 85.8 transmitting facilities or changed 1 Equivalent values of power flux density are calculated as- transmitting facilities which would in- suming free space characteristic impedance of 376.7=120π crease the field strength produced over ohms. the monitoring station over that pre- (1) Advance consultation is rec- viously authorized are advised to give ommended particularly for those appli- consideration, prior to filing applica- cants who have no reliable data which tions, to the possible need to protect indicates whether the field strength or the FCC stations from harmful inter- power flux density figures in the above ference. Geographical coordinates of table would be exceeded by their pro- the facilities which require protection posed radio facilities (except mobile are listed in § 0.121(c) of the Commis- stations). In such instances, the follow- sion’s Rules. Applications for stations ing is a suggested guide for determin- (except mobile stations) which will

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produce on any frequency a direct wave ommended only where the proposed fundamental field strength of greater station is in the vicinity of a monitor- than 10 mV/m in the authorized band- ing station designated as a satellite width of service (¥65.8 dBW/m2 power monitoring facility in § 0.121(c) of the flux density assuming a free space Commission’s Rules and also meets the characteristic impedance of 120 times criteria outlined in paragraphs (d)(2) pi, or 377, ohms) at the referenced co- and (3) of this section. ordinates, may be examined to deter- (5) The Commission will not screen mine extent of possible interference. applications to determine whether ad- Depending on the theoretical field vance consultation has taken place. strength value and existing root-sum- However, applicants are advised that square or other ambient radio field sig- such consultation can avoid objections nal levels at the indicated coordinates, from the Federal Communications a clause protecting the monitoring sta- Commission or modification of any au- tion may be added to the station au- thorization which will cause harmful thorization. interference. (2) In the event that calculated value (e) In the band 420 to 450 MHz, appli- of expected field exceeds 10 mV/m cants should not expect to be accom- (¥65.8 dBW/m2) at the reference coordi- modated if their area of service is with- nates, or if there is any question in 160 kilometers (100 miles) of the fol- whether field strength levels might ex- lowing locations: ceed the threshold value, advance con- (1) 45°45′′ N., 70°32′ W, sultation with the FCC to discuss any (2) 64°17′ N., 149°10′ W, protection necessary should be consid- (3) 48°43′ N., 97°54′ W; ered. Prospective applicants may com- municate with: Chief, Compliance and within 200 kilometers (124 miles) of the Information Bureau, Federal Commu- following locations: nications Commission, Washington, DC (1) 32°38′ N., 83°35′ W, 20554, Telephone (202) 632–6980. (2) 31°25′ N., 100°24′ W; (3) Advance consultation is suggested particularly for those applicants who within 240 kilometers (150 miles) of the have no reliable data which indicates following location: whether the field strength or power (1) 39°08′ N., 121°26′ W; flux density figure indicated would be exceeded by their proposed radio facili- within 320 kilometers (200 miles) of the ties (except mobile stations). In such following locations: instances, the following is a suggested (1) 28°21′ N., 80°43′ W, guide for determining whether an ap- (2) 30°30′ N., 86°30′ W, plicant should coordinate: (3) 43°09′ N., 119°11′ W; (i) All stations within 2.4 kilometers or in the following locations: (1.5 statute miles); (ii) Stations within 4.8 kilometers (3 (1) The state of Arizona, statute miles) with 50 watts or more (2) The state of Florida, average effective radiated power (ERP) (3) Portions of California and Nevada south of 37°10′ N, in the primary plane of polarization in (4) And portions of Texas and New Mexico the azimuthal direction of the Monitor- bounded by 31°45′ N., 34°30′ N., 104°00′ W. and ing Stations; 107°30′ W. (iii) Stations within 16 kilometers (10 (Secs. 4, 303, 307, 48 Stat., as amended, 1066, statute miles) with 1 kW or more aver- 1082, 1083; 47 U.S.C. 154, 303, 307) age ERP in the primary plane of polar- [43 FR 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, as amended at 44 ization in the azimuthal direction of FR 77167, Dec. 31, 1979; 47 FR 34420, Aug. 9, the Monitoring Station; 1982; 49 FR 32770, Aug. 16, 1984; 50 FR 39003, (iv) Stations within 80 kilometers (50 Sept. 25, 1985; 54 FR 38680, Sept. 20, 1989; 54 statute miles) with 25 kW or more av- FR 39740, Sept. 28, 1989; 61 FR 8478, Mar. 5, erage ERP in the primary plane of po- 1996] larization in the azimuthal direction of the Monitoring Station. § 90.179 Shared use of radio stations. (4) Advance coordination for stations Licensees of radio stations author- operating above 1000 MHz is rec- ized under this rule part may share the

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use of their facilities. A station is provide commercial mobile radio serv- shared when persons not licensed for ice under this part. the station control the station for [48 FR 26620, June 9, 1983, as amended at 51 their own purposes pursuant to the li- FR 36014, Oct. 8, 1986; 53 FR 12156, Apr. 13, censee’s authorization. Shared use of a 1988; 54 FR 4030, Jan. 27, 1989; 54 FR 38681, radio station may be either on a non- Sept. 20, 1989; 57 FR 48739, Oct. 28, 1992; 59 FR profit cost shared basis or on a for- 59965, Nov. 21, 1994; 60 FR 15252, Mar. 23, 1995] profit private carrier basis. Shared use § 90.185 Multiple licensing of radio of an authorized station is subject to transmitting equipment in the mo- the following conditions and limita- bile radio service. tions: Two or more persons eligible for li- (a) Persons may share a radio station censing under this rule part may be li- only on frequencies for which they censed for the same land station under would be eligible for a separate author- the following terms and conditions. ization. (a) Each licensee complies with the (b) The licensee of the shared radio general operating requirements set out station is responsible for assuring that in § 90.403 of the rules. the authorized facility is used only by (b) Each licensee is eligible for the persons and only for purposes consist- frequency(ies) on which the land sta- ent with the requirements of this rule tion operates. part. (c) If the multiple licensed base sta- (c) Participants in the sharing ar- tion is interconnected with the public rangement may obtain a license for switched telephone network, the provi- their own mobile units (including con- sions of § 90.477 et seq. apply. trol points and/or control stations for [48 FR 26621, June 9, 1983] control of the shared facility), or they may use mobile stations, and control § 90.187 Trunking in the bands be- stations or control points authorized to tween 150 and 512 MHz. the licensee. (a) Applicants for trunked systems (d) If the licensee shares the land sta- operating on frequencies between 150 tion on a non-profit, cost shared basis and 512 MHz (except 220–222 MHz) must to the licensee, this shared use must be indicate on their applications (class of pursuant to a written agreement be- station code, see § 1.952 of this chapter tween the licensee and each participant or Instructions for FCC Form 600) that which sets out (1) the method of oper- their system will be trunked. Licensees ation, (2) the components of the system of stations that are not trunked, may which are covered by the sharing ar- trunk their systems only after modify- rangements, (3) the method by which ing their license (See § 90.135). costs are to be apportioned, and (4) ac- (b) In the bands between 150 and 512 knowledgement that all shared trans- MHz, trunking may be authorized mitter use must be subject to the li- under the following conditions: censee’s control. These agreements (1) Where applicants for or licensees must be kept as part of the station operating in the 470–512 MHz band meet records. the loading requirements of § 90.313 and have exclusive use of their frequencies (e) If the land station which is being in their service area. shared is interconnected with the pub- (2) Trunking will be permitted on fre- lic switched telephone network, the quencies where an applicant or licensee provisions of § 90.477 et seq. apply. does not have an exclusive service area, (f) Above 800 MHz, shared use on a provided that all frequency coordina- for-profit private carrier basis is per- tion requirements are complied with mitted only by SMR, Private Carrier and consent is obtained from all licens- Paging, and LMS licensees. See sub- ees pursuant to paragraphs (b)(2)(i), parts M, P, and S of this part. (b)(2)(ii), and (b)(2)(iii) of this section. (g) The provisions of this section do (i) Stations that have operating fre- not apply to licensees authorized to quencies (base and mobile) that are 15

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kHz or less removed from proposed sta- Subpart I—General Technical tions that will operate with a 25 kHz Standards channel bandwidth; stations that have operating frequencies (base and mobile) § 90.201 Scope. that are 7.5 kHz or less removed from This subpart sets forth the general proposed stations that will operate technical requirements for use of fre- with a 12.5 kHz bandwidth; or stations quencies and equipment in the radio that have operating frequencies (base services governed by this part. Such re- and mobile) 3.75 kHz or less removed quirements include standards for ac- from proposed stations that will oper- ceptability of equipment, frequency ate with a 6.25 kHz bandwidth; and tolerance, modulation, emissions, (ii) Stations with service areas (37 power, and bandwidths. Special addi- dBu contour for stations in the 150–174 tional technical standards applicable MHz band and 39 dBu contour for sta- to certain frequency bands and certain tions in the 421–512 MHz bands; See specialized uses are set forth in sub- § 90.205) that overlap a circle with ra- parts J, K, and N. dius 113 km (70 mi.) from the proposed [43 FR 54791, Nov. 22, 1978, as amended at 54 base station. Alternatively, applicants FR 4030, Jan. 27, 1989] may submit an engineering analysis based upon generally accepted engi- § 90.203 Type acceptance required. neering practices and standards which (a) Except as specified in paragraph demonstrates that the service area of (b) of this section, each transmitter the trunked system does not overlap utilized for operation under this part any existing stations whose service and each transmitter marketed as set areas overlap a circle with radius 113 forth in § 2.803 (of part 2) must be of a km (70 mi.) from the proposed base sta- type which is included in the Commis- tion. sion’s current Radio Equipment List as (iii) The consensual agreements type accepted for use under this part; among licensees must specifically state or, be of a type which has been type ac- the terms agreed upon and a statement cepted by the Commission for use under this part in accordance with the must be submitted to the Commission procedures in paragraph (a)(2) of this indicating that all licensees have con- section. sented to the use of trunking. If a li- (1) The Commission periodically pub- censee has agreed to the use of lishes a list of equipment entitled trunking, but later decides against the ‘‘Radio Equipment List, Equipment Ac- use of trunking, the licensee may re- ceptable for Licensing.’’ Copies of this quest that the licensee(s) of the list are available for public reference trunked system reconsider the use of at the Commission’s offices in Wash- trunking. If the licensee is unable to ington, D.C., and at each of its field of- reach an agreement with the li- fices. This list includes type accepted censee(s) of the trunked system, the li- and, also, until such time as it may be censee may request that the Commis- removed by Commission action, other sion consider the matter and assign it equipment which appeared in this list another channel. New licensees will on May 16, 1955. only be assigned the same channel as a (2) Any manufacturer of radio trans- trunked system, if the new licensee mitting equipment (including signal reaches an agreement with the li- boosters) to be used in these services censee(s) of the trunked system. may request type acceptance for such (c) Trunking of systems licensed on equipment following the procedures set paging-only channels or licensed in the forth in subpart J of part 2 of this Radiolocation Service (subpart F) is chapter. Type acceptance for an indi- not permitted. vidual transmitter or signal booster also may be requested by an applicant [62 FR 18926, Apr. 17, 1997] for a station authorization by follow- EFFECTIVE DATE NOTE: At 62 FR 18926, Apr. ing the procedure set forth in part 2 of 17, 1997, § 90.187 was added, effective Oct. 17, this chapter. Such equipment if ap- 1997. proved or accepted will not normally

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be included in the Commission’s or imported into the United States ‘‘Radio Equipment List’’ but will be in- after March 15, 1988. Marketing of these dividually enumerated on the station transmitters shall not be permitted authorization. after March 15, 1989. (b) Type acceptance is not required (g) Transmitters having frequency for the following: programming capability and that are (1) Transmitters used in developmen- designed to operate above 25 MHz are tal operations in accordance with sub- exempt from paragraphs (e) and (f) of part Q. this section if the design of such trans- (2) Transmitters used for police zone mitters: and interzone stations authorized as of (1) Is such that transmitters with ex- January 1, 1965. ternal controls normally available to (3) Transmitting equipment used in the operator must be internally modi- the band 1427–1435 MHz. fied to place the equipment in the pro- (4) Transmitters used in radio- grammable mode. Further, while in the location stations in accordance with programmable mode, the equipment subpart F authorized prior to January shall not be capable of transmitting. 1, 1974, for public safety and land trans- The procedures for making the modi- portation applications (old parts 89 and fication and altering the frequency pro- 93). gram shall not be made available with (5) Transmitters used in radio- the operating information normally location stations in accordance with supplied to the end user of the equip- subpart F authorized for industrial ap- ment; or plications (old part 91) prior to Janu- (2) Requires the tramsitter to be pro- ary 1, 1978. grammed for frequencies through con- (6) [Reserved] trols normally inaccessible to the oper- (7) Transmitters imported and mar- ator; or keted prior to September 1, 1996 for use (3) Requires equipment to be pro- by LMS systems. grammed for frequencies through use (c) Radiolocation transmitters for of external devices or specifically pro- use in public safety and land transpor- grammed modules made available only tation applications marketed prior to to service/maintenance personnel; or January 1, 1974, must meet the applica- (4) Requires equipment to be pro- ble technical standards in this part, grammed through cloning (copying a pursuant to § 2.805 of this chapter. program directly from another trans- (d) Radiolocation transmitters for mitter) using devices and procedures use in public safety and land transpor- made available only to service/mainte- tation applications marketed after nance personnel. January 1, 1974, must comply with the (h) The requirements of paragraphs requirements of paragraph (a) of this (e), (f), and (g) of this section shall not section. apply if: (e) Except as provided in paragraph (1) The equipment has been designed (g) of this section, transmitters de- and manufactured specifically for air- signed to operate above 25 MHz shall craft use; and not be type accepted for use under this (2) The part 90 type acceptance limits part if the operator can program and the use of the equipment to operations transmit on frequencies, other than only under § 90.423. those programmed by the manufac- (i) Equipment type accepted after turer, service or maintenance person- February 16, 1988 and marketed for nel, using the equipment’s external op- public safety operation in the 821–824/ eration controls. 866–869 MHz bands must have the capa- (f) Except as provided in paragraph bility to be programmed for operation (g) of this section, transmitters de- on the mutual aid channels as des- signed to operate above 25 MHz that ignated in § 90.617(a) of the Rules. have been type accepted prior to Janu- (j) Except where otherwise specifi- ary 15, 1988, and that permit the opera- cally provided for, transmitters operat- tor, by using external controls, to pro- ing on frequencies in the 150–174 MHz gram the transmitter’s operating fre- and 421–512 MHz bands must comply quencies, shall not be manufactured in, with the following.

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(1) [Reserved] MHz and/or 421–512 MHz bands, received (2) Applications for type acceptance on or after January 1, 2005, must in- received on or after February 14, 1997 clude a certification that the equip- will only be granted for equipment ment meets a spectrum efficiency with the following channel bandwidths: standard of one voice channel per 6.25 (i) 12.5 kHz or less for single band- kHz of channel bandwidth. Addition- width mode equipment or multi-band- ally, if the equipment is capable of width mode equipment with a maxi- transmitting data, has transmitter mum channel bandwidth of 12.5 kHz; output power greater than 500 mW, and (ii) 25 kHz for multi-bandwidth mode has a channel bandwidth of more than equipment with a maximum channel 6.25 kHz, the equipment must be capa- bandwidth of 25 kHz if it is capable of ble of supporting a minimum data rate operating on channels of 12.5 kHz or of 4800 bits per second per 6.25 kHz of less; and (iii) 25 kHz if the equipment meets channel bandwidth. the efficiency standard of paragraph (6) Modification and permissive (j)(3) of this section. changes to type acceptance grants. (3) Applications for part 90 type ac- (i) The Commission’s Equipment Au- ceptance of transmitters designed to thorization Division will not allow add- operate on frequencies in the 150–174 ing a multi-mode or narrowband oper- MHz and/or 421–512 MHz bands, received ation capability to single bandwidth on or after February 14, 1997, must in- mode transmitters, except under the clude a certification that the equip- following conditions: ment meets a spectrum efficiency (A) Transmitters that have the inher- standard of one voice channel per 12.5 ent capability for multi-mode or kHz of channel bandwidth. Addition- narrowband operation allowed in para- ally, if the equipment is capable of graphs (j)(2) and (j)(4) of this section, transmitting data, has transmitter may have their grant of Type Accept- output power greater than 500 mW, and ance modified (reissued) upon dem- has a channel bandwidth of more than onstrating that the original unit com- 6.25 kHz, the equipment must be capa- plies with the technical requirements ble of supporting a minimum data rate for operation; and of 4800 bits per second per 6.25 kHz of (B) New FCC Identifiers will be re- channel bandwidth. (4) Applications for type acceptance quired to identify equipment that received on or after January 1, 2005, ex- needs to be modified to comply with cept for hand-held transmitters with the requirements of paragraphs (j)(2) an output power of two watts or less, and (j)(4) of this section. type acceptance will only be granted (ii) All other applications for modi- for equipment with the following chan- fication or permissive changes will be nel bandwidths: subject to the Rules of part 2 of this (i) 6.25 kHz or less for single band- chapter. width mode equipment; (7) Transmitters designed for one- (ii) 12.5 kHz for multi-bandwidth way paging operations will be type ac- mode equipment with a maximum cepted with a 25 kHz channel band- channel bandwidth of 12.5 kHz if it is width and are exempt from the spec- capable of operating on channels of 6.25 trum efficiency requirements of para- kHz or less; graphs (j)(3) and (j)(5) of this section. (iii) 25 kHz for multi-bandwidth mode (8) The Commission’s Equipment Au- equipment with a maximum channel thorization Division may, on a case by bandwidth of 25 kHz if it is capable of case basis, grant type acceptance to operating on channels of 6.25 kHz or equipment with slower data rates than less; and specified in paragraphs (j)(3) and (j)(5) (iv) Up to 25 kHz if the equipment meets the efficiency standard of para- of this section, provided that a tech- graph (j)(5) of this section. nical analysis is submitted with the ap- (5) Applications for part 90 type ac- plication which describes why the slow- ceptance of transmitters designed to er data rate will provide more spectral operate on frequencies in the 150–174 efficiency than the standard data rate.

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(9) Transmitters used for stolen vehi- standard identified in paragraph (k)(1) cle recovery on 173.075 MHz must com- of this section, if requests for part 90 ply with the requirements of type acceptance of such transmitters § 90.20(e)(6). are accompanied by a technical analy- (k)(1) For transmitters operating on sis that satisfactorily demonstrates frequencies in the 220–222 MHz band, that the transmitters will provide type acceptance will only be granted more spectral efficiency than that for equipment with channel bandwidths which would be provided by use of the up to 5 kHz, except that type accept- spectrum efficiency standard. ance will be granted for equipment op- [43 FR 54791, Nov. 22, 1978; 44 FR 32219, June erating on 220–222 MHz band Channels 1 5, 1979, as amended at 50 FR 13606, Apr. 5, through 160 (220.0025 through 220.7975/ 1985; 52 FR 47570, Dec. 15, 1987; 53 FR 1024, 221.0025 through 221.7975), 171 through Jan. 15, 1988; 54 FR 38681, Sept. 20, 1989; 60 FR 180 (220.8525 through 220.8975/221.8525 15252, Mar. 23, 1995; 60 FR 37261, July 19, 1995; through 221.8975), and 186 through 200 61 FR 18986, Apr. 30, 1996; 62 FR 2038, Jan. 15, (220.9275 through 220.9975/221.9275 1997; 62 FR 15992, Apr. 3, 1997; 62 FR 18926, through 221.9975) with channel Apr. 17, 1997] bandwidths greater than 5 kHz if the EFFECTIVE DATE NOTE: At 62 FR 18926, Apr. equipment meets the following spec- 17, 1997, § 90.203 was amended by removing trum efficiency standard: Applications and reserving paragraphs (b)(6) and (j)(1) and for part 90 type acceptance of transmit- revising paragraph (j)(9) and the second sen- ters designed to operate on frequencies tences of paragraphs (j)(3) and (j)(5), effective in the 220–222 MHz band must include a Oct. 17, 1997. For the convenience of the user, the superseded text not appearing in the Oct. statement that the equipment meets a 1, 1996 revision is set forth as follows: spectrum efficiency standard of at least one voice channel per 5 kHz of § 90.203 Type acceptance required. channel bandwidth (for voice commu- nications), and a data rate of at least * * * * * 4,800 bits per second per 5 kHz of chan- nel bandwidth (for data communica- (j) * * * tions). Type acceptance for transmit- (1) Applications for type acceptance re- ceived prior to February 14, 1997, will be ters operating on 220–222 MHz band granted for equipment with channel Channels 1 through 160 (220.0025 bandwidths up to 25 kHz. 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 (3) * * * Additionally, if the equipment is through 220.9975/221.9275 through capable of transmitting data, has transmit- 221.9975) with channel bandwidths ter output power greater than 500 mW, and greater than 5 kHz will be granted has a channel bandwidth of 6.25 kHz or more, the equipment must be capable of supporting without the requirement that a state- a minimum data rate of 4800 bits per second ment be included that the equipment per 6.25 kHz of channel bandwidth. meets the spectrum efficiency standard if the requests for type acceptance of * * * * * such transmitters are filed after De- cember 31, 2001. (5) * * * Additionally, if the equipment is (2) Type acceptance may be granted capable of transmitting data, has transmit- on a case-by-case basis by the Commis- ter output power greater than 500 mW, and sion’s Equipment Authorization Divi- has a channel bandwidth of 6.25 kHz or more, the equipment must be capable of supporting sion for equipment operating on 220–222 a minimum data rate of 4800 bits per second MHz band Channels 1 through 160 per 6.25 kHz of channel bandwidth. (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 (9) Transmitters used for stolen vehicle re- (220.9275 through 220.9975/221.9275 covery on 173.075 MHz must comply with the through 221.9975) with channel requirements of Section 90.19(f)(7). bandwidths greater than 5 kHz and not satisfying the spectrum efficiency * * * * *

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§ 90.205 Power and antenna height contours to demonstrate that the re- limits. quested station parameters will not Applicants for licenses must request produce coverage in excess of that and use no more power than the actual which the applicant requires. power necessary for satisfactory oper- (2) Applications for stations where ation. Except where otherwise specifi- special circumstances exist that make cally provided for, the maximum power it necessary to deviate from the ERP that will be authorized to applicants and antenna heights in Table 1 will be whose license applications for new sta- submitted to the frequency coordinator tions are filed after August 18, 1995 is accompanied by a technical analysis, as follows: based upon generally accepted engi- (a) Below 25 MHz. For single sideband neering practices and standards, that operations (J3E emission), the maxi- demonstrates that the requested sta- mum transmitter peak envelope power tion parameters will not produce a sig- is 1000 watts. nal strength in excess of 37 dBu at any (b) 25–50 MHz. The maximum trans- point along the edge of the requested mitter output power is 300 watts. service area. The coordinator may then (c) 72–76 MHz. The maximum effec- recommend any ERP appropriate to tive radiated power (ERP) for stations operating on fixed frequencies is 300 meet this condition. watts. Stations operating on mobile- (3) An applicant for a station with a only frequencies are limited to one service area radius greater than 40 km watt transmitter output power. (25 mi) must justify the requested serv- (d) 150–174 MHz. (1) The maximum al- ice area radius, which will be author- lowable station ERP is dependent upon ized only in accordance with table 1, the station’s antenna HAAT and re- note 4. For base stations with service quired service area and will be author- areas greater than 80 km, all oper- ized in accordance with table 1. Appli- ations 80 km or less from the base sta- cants requesting an ERP in excess of tion will be on a primary basis and all that listed in table 1 must submit an operations outside of 80 km from the engineering analysis based upon gen- base station will be on a secondary erally accepted engineering practices basis and will be entitled to no protec- and standards that includes coverage tion from primary operations.

TABLE 1Ð150±174MHZÐMAXIMUM 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 2 the following equation: ERPallow = ERPmax × (HAATref / HAATactual) . 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. Limitations on power questing an ERP in excess of that list- and antenna heights are specified in ed in table 2 must submit an engineer- § 90.729. ing analysis based upon generally ac- (f) 421–430 MHz. Limitations on power cepted engineering practices and stand- and antenna heights are specified in ards that includes coverage contours to § 90.279. demonstrate that the requested station (g) 450–470 MHz. (1) The maximum al- parameters will not produce coverage lowable station effective radiated in excess of that which the applicant power (ERP) is dependent upon the sta- requires. tion’s antenna HAAT and required (2) Applications for stations where service area and will be authorized in special circumstances exist that make accordance with table 2. Applicants re- it necessary to deviate from the ERP

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and antenna heights in Table 2 will be (3) An applicant for a station with a submitted to the frequency coordinator service area radius greater than 32 km accompanied by a technical analysis, (20 mi) must justify the requested serv- based upon generally accepted engi- ice area radius, which may be author- neering practices and standards, that ized only in accordance with table 2, demonstrates that the requested sta- note 4. For base stations with service tion parameters will not produce a sig- areas greater than 80 km, all oper- nal strength in excess of 39 dBu at any ations 80 km or less from the base sta- point along the edge of the requested tion will be on a primary basis and all service area. The coordinator may then operations outside of 80 km from the recommend any ERP appropriate to base station will be on a secondary basis and will be entitled to no protec- meet this condition. tion from primary operations.

TABLE 2Ð450±470 MHZÐMAXIMUM 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 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 2 the following equation: ERPallow = ERPmax × (HAATref / HAATactual) . 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 height ed, the manufacturer’s rated output limitations are specified in §§ 90.307 and power for the particular transmitter 90.309. specifically listed on the authorization. (i) 806–824/851–869 MHz and 896–901/935– [60 FR 37262, July 19, 1995, as amended at 62 940 MHz. Power and height limitations FR 2039, Jan. 15, 1997] are specified in § 90.635. (j) 902–928 MHz. LMS systems operat- § 90.207 Types of emissions. ing pursuant to subpart M of this part in the 902–927.25 MHz band will be au- Unless specified elsewhere in this thorized a maximum of 30 watts ERP. part, stations will be authorized emis- LMS equipment operating in the 927.25– sions as provided for in paragraphs (b) 928 MHz band will be authorized a max- through (n) of this section. imum of 300 watts ERP. ERP must be (a) Most common emission symbols. For measured as peak envelope power. An- a complete listing of emission symbols tenna heights will be as specified in allowable under this part, see §2.201 of § 90.353(h). this chapter. (k) 929–930 MHz. Limitations on (1) The first symbol indicates the power and antenna heights are speci- type of modulation on the transmitter fied in § 90.494. carrier. (l) 2450–2483.5 MHz. The maximum A—Amplitude modulation, double sideband transmitter power is 5 watts. with identical information on each side- (m) All other frequency bands. Re- band. quested transmitter power will be con- F—Frequency modulation. sidered and authorized on a case by G—Phase modulation. case basis. J—Single sideband with suppressed carrier. (n) The output power shall not exceed P—Unmodulated pulse. by more than 20 percent either the out- W—Cases not covered above, in which an emission consists of the main carrier mod- put power shown in the Radio Equip- ulated, either simultaneously or in a pre- ment List [available in accordance established sequence, in a combination of with §90.203(a)(1)] for transmitters in- two or more of the following modes: ampli- cluded in this list or when not so list- tude, angle, pulse.

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(2) The second symbol indicates the (j) For call box operations that may type of signal modulating the trans- be authorized in accordance with mitter carrier. § 90.241, only A1A, A1D, A2B, A2D, F1B, F1D, F2B, F2D, G1B, G1D, G2B, G2D, 0—No modulation. 1—Digital modulation, no subcarrier. F3E or G3E emissions will be author- 2—Digital modulation, modulated subcar- ized. rier. (k) For radiolocation operations as 3—Analog modulation. may be authorized in accordance with subpart F, unless otherwise provided (3) The third symbol indicates the for any type of emission may be au- type of transmitted information. thorized upon a satisfactory showing of A—Telegraphy for aural reception. need. B—Telegraphy for machine reception. (l) For stations in the Public Safety C—Facsimile. and Industrial/Business Pools utilizing D—Data, telemetry, and telecommand. digital voice modulation, in either the E—Voice. scrambled or unscrambled mode, F1E N—No transmitted information. or G1E emission will be authorized. Au- W—Combination of the above. thorization to use F3Y emission is con- (b) Authorizations to use A3E, F3E, strued to include the use of F1D, F2D, or G3E emission also include the use of G1D, or G2D emission subject to the emissions for tone signals or signaling provisions of § 90.233. devices whose sole functions are to es- (m) For narrowband operations in a tablish an to maintain communica- 3.6 kHz maximum authorized bandwith, tions, to provide automatic station any modulation type may be used identification, and for operations in which complies with the emission limi- the Public Safety Pool, to activate tations of § 90.209. emergency warning devices used solely (n) Other emissions. Requests for emis- for the purpose of advising the general sions other than those listed in para- public or emergency personnel of an graphs (c) through (e) of this section impending emergency situation. will be considered on a case-by-case (c) The use of F3E or G3E emission in basis to ensure that the requested these services will be authorized only emission will not cause more inter- on frequencies above 25 MHz. ference than other currently permitted (d) Except for Traveler’s Information emissions. stations in the Public Safety Pool au- [49 FR 48711, Dec. 14, 1984, as amended at 50 thorized in accordance with § 90.242, FR 13606, Apr. 5, 1985; 50 FR 25240, June 18, only J3E emission will be authorized 1985; 52 FR 29856, Aug. 12, 1987; 54 FR 38681, for telephony systems on frequencies Sept. 20, 1989; 60 FR 15252, Mar. 23, 1995; 60 FR below 25 MHz. 37263, July 19, 1995; 62 FR 2039, Jan. 15, 1997; (e) For non-voice paging operations, 62 FR 18927, Apr. 17, 1997] only A1A, A1D, A2B, A2D, F1B, F1D, EFFECTIVE DATE NOTE: At 62 FR 18927, Apr. F2B, F2D, G1B, G1D, G2B, or G2D emis- 17, 1997, § 90.207 was amended by revising sions will be authorized. paragraphs (b) and (d) and the first sentence (f) For radioteleprinter operations of paragraph (l), effective Oct. 17, 1997. that may be authorized in accordance with § 90.237, only F1B, F2B, G1B or G2B § 90.209 Bandwidth limitations. emissions will be authorize above 25 (a) Each authorization issued to a MHz, and A1B or A2B emissions below station licensed under this part will 25 MHz. show an emission designator represent- (g) For radiofacsimile operations ing the class of emission authorized. that may be authorized in accordance The designator will be prefixed by a with § 90.237, only F3C or G3C emissions specified necessary bandwidth. This will be authorized above 25 MHz, and number does not necessarily indicate A3C emissions below 25 MHz. the bandwidth occupied by the emis- (h) [Reserved] sion at any instant. In those cases (i) For telemetry operations, when where § 2.202 of this chapter does not specifically authorized under this part, provide a formula for the computation only A1D, A2D, F1D, or F2D emissions of necessary bandwidth, the occupied will be authorized. bandwidth, as defined in part 2 of this

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chapter, may be used in lieu of the nec- 2 Bandwidths for radiolocation stations in the 420±450 MHz band and for stations operating in bands subject to this foot- essary bandwidth. note will be reviewed and authorized on a case-by-case basis. (b) The maximum authorized single 3 Operations using equipment designed to operate with a 25 kHz channel bandwidth will be authorized a 20 kHz band- channel bandwidth of emission cor- width. Operations using equipment designed to operate with a responding to the type of emission 12.5 kHz channel bandwidth will be authorized a 11.25 kHz bandwidth. Operations using equipment designed to operate specified in § 90.207 is as follows: with a 6.25 kHz channel bandwidth will be authorized a 6 kHz (1) For A1A or A1B emissions, the bandwidth. 4 The maximum authorized bandwidth shall be 12 MHz for maximum authorized bandwidth is 0.25 non-multilateration LMS operations in the band 909.75± kHz. The maximum authorized band- 921.75 MHz and 2 MHz in the band 902.00±904.00 MHz. The maximum authorized bandwidth for multilateration LMS oper- width for type A3E emission is 8 kHz. ations shall be 5.75 MHz in the 904.00±909.75 MHz band; 2 (2) For operations below 25 MHz uti- 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 lizing J3E emission, the bandwidth oc- MHz narrowband forward link; and 8.00 MHz if the 919.75± cupied by the emission shall not exceed 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 3000 Hz. The assigned frequency will be narrowband forward links are aggregated. specified in the authorization. The au- thorized carrier frequency will be 1400 [60 FR 37263, July 19, 1995] Hz lower in frequency than the as- signed frequency. Only upper sideband § 90.210 Emission masks. emission may be used. In the case of Except as indicated elsewhere in this regularly available double sideband ra- part, transmitters used in the radio diotelephone channels, an assigned fre- services governed by this part must quency for J3E emissions is available comply with the emission masks out- either 1600 Hz below or 1400 Hz above lined in this section. Unless otherwise the double sideband radiotelephone as- stated, per paragraphs (d)(4), (e)(4), and signed frequency. (m) of this section, measurements of (3) For all other types of emissions, emission power can be expressed in ei- the maximum authorized bandwidth ther peak or average values provided shall not be more than that normally that emission powers are expressed authorized for voice operations. with the same parameters used to (4) Where a frequency is assigned ex- specify the unmodulated transmitter clusively to a single licensee, more carrier power. For transmitters that do than a single emission may be used not produce a full power unmodulated within the authorized bandwidth. In carrier, reference to the unmodulated such cases, the frequency stability re- transmitter carrier power refers to the quirements of § 90.213 must be met for total power contained in the channel each emission. bandwidth. Unless indicated elsewhere (5) Unless specified elsewhere, chan- in this part, the table in this section nel spacings and bandwidths that will specifies the emission masks for equip- be authorized in the following fre- ment operating in the frequency bands quency bands are given in the following governed under this part. table. APPLICABLE EMISSION MASKS STANDARD CHANNEL SPACING/BANDWIDTH Mask for equip- Channel Mask for equip- Authorized band- Frequency band ment with audio ment without Frequency band (MHz) spacing width (kHz) (MHz) audio low pass (kHz) low pass filter filter Below 25 2 ...... Below 25 1 ...... A or B ...... A or C 25±50 ...... 20 20 25±50 ...... B ...... C 72±76 ...... 20 20 72±76 ...... B ...... C 150±174 ...... 1 7.5 1,3 20/11.25/6 2 220±222 ...... 5 4 150±174 ...... B, D, or E ...... C, D, or E 421±512 2 ...... 1 6.25 1,3 20/11.25/6 150 Paging-only ...... B ...... C 806±821/851±866 ...... 25 20 220±222 ...... F ...... F 821±824/866±869 ...... 12.5 20 421±512 2 ...... B, D, or E ...... C, D, or E 896±901/935±940 ...... 12.5 13.6 450 Paging-only ...... B ...... G 902±928 4 ...... 806±821/851±866 3 .. B ...... G 929±930 ...... 25 20 821±824/866±869 .... B ...... H 1427±1435 2 ...... 896±901/935±940 .... I ...... J 2 2450±2483.52 ...... 902±928 ...... K ...... K Above 2500 2 ...... 929±930 ...... B ...... G 1 For stations authorized on or after August 18, 1995. Above 940 ...... B ...... C

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APPLICABLE EMISSION MASKSÐContinued low-pass filter pursuant to § 90.211(b), the power of any emission must be at- Mask for equip- Mask for equip- tenuated below the unmodulated car- Frequency band ment with audio ment without (MHz) low pass filter audio low pass rier output power (P) as follows: filter (1) On any frequency removed from All other bands ...... B ...... C the center of the authorized bandwidth 1 Equipment using single sideband J3E emission must meet by a displacement frequency (fd in kHz) the requirements of Emission Mask A. Equipment using other of more than 5 kHz, but not more than emissions must meet the requirements of Emission Mask B or C, as applicable. 10 kHz: At least 83 log (fd/5) dB; 2 Equipment designed to operate with a 25 kHz channel (2) On any frequency removed from bandwidth must meet the requirements of Emission Mask B or C, as applicable. Equipment designed to operate with a 12.5 the center of the authorized bandwidth kHz channel bandwidth must meet the requirements of Emis- by a displacement frequency (fd in kHz) sion Mask D, and equipment designed to operate with a 6.25 kHz channel bandwidth must meet the requirements of Emis- of more than 10 kHz, but not more than sion Mask E. 250 percent of the authorized band- 3 Equipment used in this band licensed to EA or non-EA 2 systems shall comply with the emission mask provisions of width: At least 29 log (fd /11) dB or 50 § 90.691. dB, whichever is the lesser attenu- (a) Emission Mask A. For transmitters ation; utilizing J3E emission, the carrier (3) On any frequency removed from must be at least 40 dB below the peak the center of the authorized bandwidth envelope power and the power of emis- by more than 250 percent of the author- sions must be reduced below the output ized bandwidth: At least 43 + 10 log (P) power (P in watts) of the transmitter dB. as follows: (d) Emission Mask D—12.5 kHz channel (1) On any frequency removed from bandwidth equipment. For transmitters the assigned frequency by more than 50 designed to operate with a 12.5 kHz percent, but not more than 150 percent channel bandwidth, any emission must of the authorized bandwidth: At least be attenuated below the power (P) of 25 dB. the highest emission contained within (2) On any frequency removed from the authorized bandwidth as follows: the assigned frequency by more than (1) On any frequency from the center 150 percent, but not more than 250 per- of the authorized bandwidth f0 to 5.625 cent of the authorized bandwidth: At kHz removed from f0: Zero dB. least 35 dB. (2) On any frequency removed from (3) On any frequency removed from the center of the authorized bandwidth the assigned frequency by more than by a displacement frequency (fd in kHz) 250 percent of the authorized band- of more than 5.625 kHz but no more width: At least 43 + 10 log P dB. than 12.5 kHz: At least 7.27(fd ¥ 2.88 (b) Emission Mask B. For transmitters kHz) dB. that are equipped with an audio low- (3) On any frequency removed from pass filter pursuant to § 90.211(a), the the center of the authorized bandwidth power of any emission must be below by a displacement frequency (fd in kHz) the unmodulated carrier power (P) as of more than 12.5 kHz: At least 50 + 10 follows: log (P) dB or 70 dB, whichever is the (1) On any frequency removed from lesser attenuation. the assigned frequency by more than 50 (4) The reference level for showing percent, but not more than 100 percent compliance with the emission mask of the authorized bandwidth: At least shall be established using a resolution 25 dB. bandwidth sufficiently wide (usually (2) On any frequency removed from two to three times the channel band- the assigned frequency by more than width) to capture the true peak emis- 100 percent, but not more than 250 per- sion of the equipment under test. In cent of the authorized bandwidth: At order to show compliance with the least 35 dB. emissions mask up to and including 50 (3) On any frequency removed from kHz removed from the edge of the au- the assigned frequency by more than thorized bandwidth, adjust the resolu- 250 percent of the authorized band- tion bandwidth to 100 Hz with the width: At least 43 + 10 log (P) dB. measuring instrument in a peak hold (c) Emission Mask C. For transmitters mode. A sufficient number of sweeps that are not equipped with an audio must be measured to insure that the

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emission profile is developed. If video not accurately represent the true in- filtering is used, its bandwidth must terference potential of the equipment not be less than the instrument resolu- under test, then an alternate procedure tion bandwidth. For emissions beyond may be used provided prior Commis- 50 kHz from the edge of the authorized sion approval is obtained. bandwidth, see paragraph (m) of this (f) Emission Mask F. For transmitters section. If it can be shown that use of operating in the 220–222 MHz frequency the above instrumentation settings do band, any emission must be attenuated not accurately represent the true in- below the power (P) of the highest terference potential of the equipment emission contained within the author- under test, then an alternate procedure ized bandwidth as follows: may be used provided prior Commis- (1) On any frequency from the center sion approval is obtained. of the authorized bandwidth fo to the (e) Emission Mask E—6.25 kHz or less edge of the authorized bandwidth fe: channel bandwidth equipment. For Zero dB. transmitters designed to operate with (2) On any frequency removed from a 6.25 kHz or less bandwidth, any emis- the center of the authorized bandwidth sion must be attenuated below the by a displacement frequency (fd in kHz) power (P) of the highest emission con- of more than 2 kHz up to and including tained within the authorized band- 3.75 kHz: 30 + 20(fd -2) dB or 55 + 10 log width as follows: (P), or 65 dB, whichever is the lesser at- (1) On any frequency from the center tenuation. of the authorized bandwidth f to 3.0 0 (3) On any frequency beyond 3.75 kHz kHz removed from f Zero dB. 0: removed from the center of the author- (2) On any frequency removed from ized bandwidth f At least 55 + 10 log the center of the authorized bandwidth d: (P) dB. by a displacement frequency (f in kHz) d (g) For transmitters of more than 3.0 kHz but no more than Emission Mask G. that are not equipped with an audio 4.6 kHz: At least 30 + 16.67(fd ¥ 3 kHz) or low-pass filter pursuant to § 90.211(b), 55 + 10 log (P) or 65 dB, whichever is the the power of any emission must be at- lesser attenuation. tenuated below the unmodulated car- (3) On any frequency removed from rier power (P) as follows: the center of the authorized bandwidth by more than 4.6 kHz: At least 55 + 10 (1) On any frequency removed from log (P) or 65 dB, whichever is the lesser the center of the authorized bandwidth attenuation. by a displacement frequency (fd in kHz) (4) The reference level for showing of more than 5 kHz, but no more than compliance with the emission mask 10 kHz: At least 83 log (fd/5) dB; shall be established using a resolution (2) On any frequency removed from bandwidth sufficiently wide (usually the center of the authorized bandwidth two to three times the channel band- by a displacement frequency (fd in kHz) width) to capture the true peak emis- of more than 10 kHz, but no more than sion of the equipment under test. In 250 percent of the authorized band- order to show compliance with the width: At least 116 log (fd/6.1) dB, or 50 emissions mask up to and including 50 + 10 log (P) dB, or 70 dB, whichever is kHz removed from the edge of the au- the lesser attenuation; thorized bandwidth, adjust the resolu- (3) On any frequency removed from tion bandwidth to 100 Hz with the the center of the authorized bandwidth measuring instrument in a peak hold by more than 250 percent of the author- mode. A sufficient number of sweeps ized bandwidth: At least 43 + 10 log (P) must be measured to insure that the dB. emission profile is developed. If video (h) Emission Mask H. For transmitters filtering is used, its bandwidth must that are not equipped with an audio not be less than the instrument resolu- low-pass filter pursuant to § 90.211(b), tion bandwidth. For emissions beyond the power of any emission