FCC 73.507 Revised as of December 4, 2012
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§ 73.507 Minimum distance separations between stations.
(a) Minimum distance separations. No application for a new station, or
change in channel or transmitter site or increase in facilities of an
existing station, will be granted unless the proposed facilities will
be located so as to meet the adjacent channel distance separations
specified in § 73.207(a) for the class of station involved with respect
to assignment on Channels 221, 222, and 223 listed in § 73.201 (except
where in the case of an existing station the proposed facilities fall
within the provisions of § 73.207(b)), or where a Class D station is
changing frequency to comply with the requirements of § 73.512.
(b) Stations authorized as of September 10, 1962, which do not meet the
requirements of paragraph (a) of this section and § 73.511, may
continue to operate as authorized; but any application to change
facilities will be subject to the provisions of this section.
(c)(1) Stations separated in frequency by 10.6 or 10.8 MHz (53 or 54
channels) from allotments or assignments on non-reserved channels will
not be authorized unless they conform to the separations in Table A
given in § 73.207.
(2) Under the United States-Mexican FM Broadcasting Agreement, for
stations and assignments differing in frequency by 10.6 to 10.8 MHz (53
or 54 channels), U.S. noncommercial educational FM allotments and
assignments must meet the separations given in Table C of § 73.207 to
Mexican allotments or assignments in the border area.
(Secs. 4, 5, 303, 48 Stat., as amended, 1066, 1068, 1082 (47 U.S.C.
154, 155, 303))
[ 42 FR 36828 , July 18, 1977, as amended at 43 FR 39716 , Sept. 6, 1978;
44 FR 65764 , Nov. 15, 1979; 49 FR 10264 , Mar. 20, 1984; 49 FR 19670 ,
May 9, 1984]
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