FCC 22.813 Revised as of December 4, 2012
Goto Year:2011 |
§ 22.813 Technical channel pair assignment criteria.
The rules in this section establish technical assignment criteria for
the channel pairs listed in § 22.805. These criteria are intended to
provide substantial service volumes over areas that have significant
local and regional general aviation activity, while maintaining the
continuous nationwide in-route coverage of the original geographical
(a) Distance separation for co-channel ground stations. The FCC may
grant an application requesting assignment of a communication channel
pair to a proposed ground transmitter only if the proposed antenna
location is at least 800 kilometers (497 miles) from the antenna
location of the nearest co-channel ground transmitter in the United
States, its territories and possessions; and 1000 kilometers (621
miles) from the antenna location of the nearest co-channel ground
transmitter in Canada.
(b) Dispersion. The FCC may grant an application requesting assignment
of a communication channel pair to a proposed ground transmitter only
if there are no more than five different communication channel pairs
already assigned to ground transmitters with antenna locations within a
320 kilometer (199 mile) radius of the proposed antenna location.
return arrow Back to Top
CiteFind - See documents on FCC website that
cite this rule
Want to support this service?
Report errors in
this rule. Since these rules are converted to HTML by machine, it's possible errors have been made. Please
help us improve these rules by clicking the Report FCC Rule Errors link to report an error.