FCC 22.939 Revised as of December 4, 2012
Goto Year:2011 |
§ 22.939 Site availability requirements for applications competing with
cellular renewal applications.
In addition to the other requirements set forth in this part for
initial cellular applications, any application competing against a
cellular renewal application must contain, when initially filed,
appropriate documentation demonstrating that its proposed antenna
site(s) will be available. Competing applications that do not include
such documentation will be dismissed. If the competing applicant does
not own a particular site, it must, at a minimum demonstrate that the
site is available to it by providing a letter from the owner of the
proposed antenna site expressing the owner's intent to sell or lease
the proposed site to the applicant. If any proposed antenna site is
under U.S. Government control, the applicant must submit written
confirmation of the site's availability from the appropriate Government
agency. Applicants which file competing applications against incumbent
cellular licensees may not rely on the assumption that an incumbent
licensee's antenna sites are available for their use.
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