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FCC 90.1211
Revised as of September 29, 2014
Goto Year:2013 | 2015
§ 90.1211   Regional plan.

   (a) To facilitate the shared use of the 4.9 GHz band, each region may
   submit a plan on guidelines to be used for sharing the spectrum within
   the region. Any such plan must be submitted to the Commission within 12
   months of the effective date of the rules.

   (b) Such plans must incorporate the following common elements:

   (1) Identification of the document as a plan for sharing the 4.9 GHz
   band with the region specified along with the names, business
   addresses, business telephone numbers and organizational affiliations
   of the chairperson(s) and all members of the planning committee.

   (2) A summary of the major elements of the plan and an explanation of
   how all eligible entities within the region were given an opportunity
   to participate in the planning process and to have their positions
   heard and considered fairly.

   (3) An explanation of how the plan was coordinated with adjacent

   (4) A description of the coordination procedures for both temporary
   fixed and mobile operations, including but not limited to, mechanisms
   for incident management protocols, interference avoidance and

   (c) Regional plans may be modified by submitting a written request,
   signed by the regional planning committee, to the Chief, Wireless
   Telecommunications Bureau. The request must contain the full text of
   the modification, and a certification that all eligible entities had a
   chance to participate in discussions concerning the modification and
   that any changes have been coordinated with adjacent regions.

   Effective Date Note: At  69 FR 51959 , Sept. 23, 2004, paragraph (a) of
   § 90.1211 was stayed indefinitely.

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