FCC 73.1695 Revised as of December 4, 2012
Goto Year:2011 |
§ 73.1695 Changes in transmission standards.
The FCC will consider the question whether a proposed change or
modification of transmission standards adopted for broadcast stations
would be in the public interest, convenience, and necessity, upon
petition being filed by the person proposing such change or
modification, setting forth the following:
(a) The exact character of the change or modification proposed;
(b) The effect of the proposed change or modification upon all other
transmission standards that have been adopted by the FCC for broadcast
(c) The experimentation and field tests that have been made to show
that the proposed change or modification accomplishes an improvement
and is technically feasible;
(d) The effect of the proposed change or modification in the adopted
standards upon operation and obsolescence of receivers;
(1) Should a change of modification in the transmission standards be
adopted by the FCC, the effective date thereof will be determined in
the light of the considerations mentioned in this paragraph (d);
(e) The change in equipment required in existing broadcast stations for
incorporating the proposed change or modification in the adopted
(f) The facts and reasons upon which the petitioner bases the
conclusion that the proposed change or modification would be in the
public interest, convenience, and necessity.
[ 49 FR 4211 , Feb. 3, 1984]
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