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FCC 90.176
Revised as of December 3, 2019
Goto Year:2019 | 2021
  § 90.176   Coordinator notification requirements on frequencies below 512 MHz,
at 769-775/799-805 MHz, or at 1427-1432 MHz.

   (a) Frequencies below 470 MHz. Within one business day of making a
   frequency recommendation, each frequency coordinator must notify and
   provide the information indicated in paragraph (g) of this section to
   all other frequency coordinators who are also certified to coordinate
   that frequency.

   (1) The applicable frequency coordinator for each frequency is
   specified in the coordinator column of the frequency tables of
   § § 90.20(c)(3) and 90.35(b)(3).

   (2) For frequencies that do not specify any frequency coordinator, all
   certified in-pool coordinators must be notified.

   (3) For frequencies that are shared between the Public Safety Pool and
   the Industrial/Business Pool (frequencies subject to § § 90.20(d)(7),
   (d)(25), (d)(34), or (d)(46) in the Public Safety Pool, and subject to
   § § 90.35(c)(13), (c)(25), or (d)(4) in the Industrial/Business Pool),
   all certified coordinators of both pools must be notified.

   (b) Frequencies in the 470-512 MHz band. Within one business day of
   making a frequency recommendation, each frequency coordinator must
   notify and provide the information indicated in paragraph (g) of this
   section to all other certified frequency coordinators in the Public
   Safety Pool and the Industrial/Business Pool.

   (c) Frequencies in the 769-775/799-805 MHz band. Within one business
   day of making a frequency recommendation, each frequency coordinator
   must notify and provide the information indicated in paragraph (g) of
   this section to all other certified frequency coordinators in the
   Public Safety Pool.

   (d) Frequencies in the 1427-1432 MHz band. Within one business day of
   making a frequency recommendation, each frequency coordinator must
   notify and provide the information indicated in paragraph (g) of this
   section to the WMTS frequency coordinator designated in § 95.113 and to
   all other frequency coordinators who are also certified to coordinate
   that frequency.

   (e) Each frequency coordinator must also notify all other certified
   in-pool coordinators on any day that the frequency coordinator does not
   make any frequency recommendations.

   (f) Notification must be made to all coordinators at approximately the
   same time and can be made using any method that ensures compliance with
   the one business day requirement.

   (g) At a minimum the following information must be included in each
   notification:

   (1) Name of applicant;

   (2) Frequency or frequencies recommended;

   (3) Antenna locations and heights;

   (4) Effective radiated power (ERP);

   (5) Type(s) of emissions;

   (6) Description of the service area; and

   (7) Date and time of recommendation.

   (h) Upon request, each coordinator must provide any additional
   information requested from another certified coordinator regarding a
   pending recommendation that it has processed but has not yet been
   granted by the Commission.

   (i) It is the responsibility of each coordinator to insure that its
   frequency recommendations do not conflict with the frequency
   recommendations of any other frequency coordinator. Should a conflict
   arise, the affected coordinators are jointly responsible for taking
   action to resolve the conflict, up to and including notifying the
   Commission that an application may have to be returned.

   [ 57 FR 41859 , June 20, 2002, as amended at  72 FR 48859 , Aug. 24, 2007]

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