FCC 27.1250 Revised as of October 1, 2014
Goto Year:2013 |
§ 27.1250 Transition of the 2150-2160/62 MHz band from the Broadband Radio
Service to the Advanced Wireless Service.
The 2150-2160/62 MHz band has been allocated for use by the Advanced
Wireless Service (AWS). The rules in this section provide for a
transition period during which AWS licensees may relocate existing
Broadband Radio Service (BRS) licensees using these frequencies to
their assigned frequencies in the 2496-2690 MHz band or other media.
(a) AWS licensees and BRS licensees shall engage in mandatory
negotiations for the purpose of agreeing to terms under which the BRS
(1) Relocate their operations to other frequency bands or other media;
(2) Accept a sharing arrangement with the AWS licensee that may result
in an otherwise impermissible level of interference to the BRS
(b) If no agreement is reached during the mandatory negotiation period,
an AWS licensee may initiate involuntary relocation procedures. Under
involuntary relocation, the incumbent is required to relocate, provided
that the AWS licensee meets the conditions of § 27.1252.
(c) Relocation of BRS licensees by AWS licensees will be subject to a
three-year mandatory negotiation period. BRS licensees may suspend the
running of the three-year negotiation period for up to one year if the
BRS licensee cannot be relocated to comparable facilities at the time
the AWS licensee seeks entry into the band.
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