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Revised as of October 1, 2010
Goto Year:2009 |
§ 27.803 Coordination requirements.
(a) Licensees in the 1.4 GHz band will be issued geographic area
licenses in accordance with the service areas listed in § 27.6(d) and
(b) Licensees in the 1.4 GHz Service must file a separate station
application with the Commission and obtain an individual station
license, prior to construction or operation, of any station:
(1) That requires submission of an Environmental Assessment under part
1, § 1.1307 of this chapter;
(2) That requires international coordination;
(3) That operates in areas listed in part 1, § 1.924 of this chapter;
(4) That requires approval of the Frequency Advisory Subcommittee (FAS)
of the Interdepartment Radio Advisory Committee (IRAC). Stations that
require FAS approval are as follows:
(i) Licensees in the 1390-1392 MHz and 1392-1395 MHz band must receive
FAS approval prior to operation of fixed sites or mobile units within
the NTIA recommended protection radii of the Government sites listed in
footnote US351 of § 2.106 of this chapter.
(ii) Licensees in the 1432-1435 MHz band must receive FAS approval,
prior to operation of fixed sites or mobile units within the NTIA
recommended protection radii of the Government sites listed in footnote
US361 of § 2.106 of this chapter.
(c) Prior to construction of a station, a licensee in the 1.4 GHz Band
must register with the Commission any station antenna structure for
which notification to the Federal Aviation Administration is required
by part 17 of this chapter.
(d) It is the licensee's responsibility to determine whether an
individual station needs referral to the Commission.
(e) The application required in paragraph (b) of this chapter must be
filed on the Universal Licensing System.
[ 67 FR 41855 , June 20, 2002, as amended at 69 FR 17958 , Apr. 6, 2004]
Goto Section: 27.802 | 27.804
Goto Year: 2009 |
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