FCC 27.1206 Revised as of October 1, 2014
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§ 27.1206 Geographic Service Area.
(a) The Geographic Service Area (GSA) is either:
(1) The area for incumbent site-based licensees that is bounded by a
circle having a 35 mile radius and centered at the station's reference
coordinates, which was the previous PSA entitled to incumbent licensees
prior to January 10, 2005, and is bounded by the chord(s) drawn between
intersection points of the licensee's previous 35 mile PSA and those of
respective adjacent market, co-channel licensees; or:
(2) The BTA that is licensed to the respective BRS BTA authorization
holder subject to the exclusion of overlapping, co-channel incumbent
GSAs as described in paragraph (a)(1) of this section.
(b) If the license for an incumbent BRS station cancels or is
forfeited, the GSA area of the incumbent station shall dissolve and the
right to operate in that area automatically reverts to the GSA licensee
that held the corresponding BTA.
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