Goto Section: 25.171 | 25.173 | Table of Contents
Revised as of October 2, 2015
Goto Year:2014 |
§ 25.172 Requirements for reporting space station control arrangements.
(a) The operator of any space station licensed by the Commission or granted
U.S. market access must file the following information with the Commission
prior to commencing operation with the space station, or, in the case of a
non-U.S.-licensed space station, prior to commencing operation with U.S.
(1) The information required by § 25.170(b).
(2) The call signs of any telemetry, tracking, and command earth station(s)
communicating with the space station from any site in the United States.
(3) The location, by city and country, of any telemetry, tracking, and
command earth station that communicates with the space station from any
point outside the United States.
(4) Alternatively, instead of listing the call signs and/or locations of
earth stations currently used for telemetry, tracking, and command, the
space station operator may provide 24/7 contact information for a satellite
control center and a list of the call signs of any U.S. earth stations, and
the locations of any non-U.S. earth stations, that are used or may be used
for telemetry, tracking, and command communication with the space station(s)
(b) The information required by paragraph (a) of this section must be filed
electronically in the Commission's International Bureau Filing System
(IBFS), in the “Other Filings” tab of the space station's current
authorization file. If call sign or location information provided pursuant
to paragraph (a) of this section becomes invalid due to a change of
circumstances, the space station operator must file updated information in
the same manner within 30 days, except with respect to changes less than 30
days in duration, for which no update is necessary.
[ 79 FR 8321 , Feb. 12, 2014]
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Goto Section: 25.171 | 25.173
Goto Year: 2014 |
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