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§ 24.229 Frequencies.
The frequencies available in the Broadband PCS service are listed in
this section in accordance with the frequency allocations table of
§ 2.106 of this chapter.
(a) The following frequency blocks are available for assignment on an
Block A: 1850-1865 MHz paired with 1930-1945 MHz; and
Block B: 1870-1885 MHz paired with 1950-1965 MHz.
(b) The following frequency blocks are available for assignment on a
Block C: 1895-1910 MHz paired with 1975-1990 MHz;
Pursuant to Amendment of the Commission's Rules Regarding Installment
Payment Financing for Personal Communications Services (PCS) Licensees,
WT Docket No. 97-82, Sixth Report and Order, FCC 00-313, all 30 MHz
Block C licenses available for auction in Auction No. 35 or any
subsequent auction will be reconfigured into three 10 MHz C block
licenses as follows: 1895-1900 MHz paired with 1975-1980 MHz, 1900-1905
MHz paired with 1980-1985 MHz, 1905-1910 MHz paired with 1985-1990 MHz;
Block D: 1865-1870 MHz paired with 1945-1950 MHz;
Block E: 1885-1890 MHz paired with 1965-1970 MHz;
Block F: 1890-1895 MHz paired with 1970-1975 MHz;
(c) The paired frequency blocks 1910-1915 MHz and 1990-1995 MHz are
available for assignment in the 175 Economic Areas defined in § 90.7 of
this chapter. The 1910-1915 MHz block shall be used for mobile/portable
station transmissions while the 1990-1995 MHz block shall be used for
base station transmissions.
[ 59 FR 32854 , June 24, 1994, as amended at 60 FR 13917 , Mar. 15, 1995;
60 FR 26375 , May 17, 1995; 61 FR 33868 , July 1, 1996; 62 FR 660 , Jan.
6, 1997; 65 FR 53637 , Sept. 5, 2000; 69 FR 67836 , Nov. 22, 2004]
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