Goto Section: 27.66 | 27.72 | Table of Contents
Revised as of October 1, 2010
Goto Year:2009 |
§ 27.70 Information exchange.
(a) Prior notification. Public safety licensees authorized to operate
in the 763-775 MHz and 793-805 MHz bands may notify any licensee
authorized to operate in the 746-757, 758-763, 776-787, or 788-793 MHz
bands that they wish to receive prior notification of the activation or
modification of the licensee's base or fixed stations in their area.
Thereafter, the 746-757, 758-763, 776-787, or 788-793 MHz band licensee
must provide the following information to the public safety licensee at
least 10 business days before a new base or fixed station is activated
or an existing base or fixed station is modified:
(2) Effective radiated power;
(3) Antenna height; and
(4) Channels available for use.
(b) Purpose of prior notification. The prior coordination of base or
fixed stations is for informational purposes only. Public safety
licensees are not afforded the right to accept or reject the activation
of a proposed base or fixed station or to unilaterally require changes
in its operating parameters. The principal purposes of notification are
(1) Allow a public safety licensee to advise the 746-757, 758-763,
776-787, or 788-793 MHz band licensee whether it believes a proposed
base or fixed station will generate unacceptable interference;
(2) Permit 746-757, 758-763, 776-787, and 788-793 MHz band licensees to
make voluntary changes in base or fixed station parameters when a
public safety licensee alerts them to possible interference; and,
(3) Rapidly identify the source if interference is encountered when the
base or fixed station is activated.
[ 72 FR 27712 , May 16, 2007, as amended at 72 FR 48853 , Aug. 24, 2007]
Goto Section: 27.66 | 27.72
Goto Year: 2009 |
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