FCC 22.575 Revised as of December 4, 2012
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§ 22.575 Use of mobile channel for remote control of station functions.
Carriers may remotely control station functions (e.g. shut down or
reactivate base transmitters, turn aviation obstruction warning lights
on or off, etc.) using a control transmitter operating on a mobile
channel, subject to the conditions in this section and in § 22.567(h).
(a) The control transmitter must be capable of overriding transmissions
from subscriber-operated transmitters if necessary. Subscriber-operated
transmitters must not be capable of being used to deliberately or
accidentally prevent the licensee from controlling the station.
(b) The licensee must implement measures designed to prevent station
functions from being controlled by persons not authorized by the
licensee to control the station.
(c) The control transmitter location must be within the composite
service contour of the licensee's authorized station on the paired base
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