Goto Section: 95.220 | 95.222 | Table of Contents
Revised as of October 1, 2011
Goto Year:2010 |
§ 95.221 (R/C Rule 21) How do I have my R/C transmitter serviced?
(a) You may adjust an antenna to your R/C transmitter and you may make
radio checks. (A radio check means a one-way transmission for a short
time in order to test the transmitter.)
(b) You are responsible for the proper operation of the station at all
times and are expected to provide for observations, servicing and
maintenance as often as may be necessary to ensure proper operation.
Each internal repair and each internal adjustment to an FCC
certificated R/C transmitter (see R/C Rule 9) must be made in accord
with the Technical Regulations (see subpart E). The internal repairs or
internal adjustments should be performed by or under the immediate
supervision and responsibility of a person certified as technically
qualified to perform transmitter maintenance and repair duties in the
private land mobile services and fixed services by an organization or
committee representative of users in those services.
(c) Except as provided in paragraph (d) of this section, each internal
repair and each internal adjustment of an R/C transmitter in which
signals are transmitted must be made using a nonradiating ("dummy")
(d) Brief test signals (signals not longer than one minute during any
five minute period) using a radiating antenna may be transmitted in
(1) Adjust a transmitter to an antenna;
(2) Detect or measure radiation of energy other than the intended
(3) Tune a receiver to your R/C transmitter.
(Secs. 4(i) and 303(r), Communications Act of 1934, as amended, 47
U.S.C. 154(i) and 303(r), and sec. 553 of the Administrative Procedures
Act, 5 U.S.C. 553)
[ 48 FR 24890 , June 3, 1983, as amended at 49 FR 20673 , May 16, 1984; 63 FR 36610 , July 7, 1998]
Goto Section: 95.220 | 95.222
Goto Year: 2010 |
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