Goto Section: 90.431 | 90.437 | Table of Contents
Revised as of September 29, 2014
Goto Year:2013 |
§ 90.433 Operator requirements.
(a) No operator license or permit is required for the operation,
maintenance, or repair of stations licensed under this part.
(b) Any person, with the consent or authorization of the licensee, may
employ stations in this service for the purpose of telecommunications.
(c) The station licensee shall be responsible for the proper operation
of the station at all times and is expected to provide observations,
servicing and maintenance as often as may be necessary to ensure proper
operation. All adjustments or tests during or coincident with the
installation, servicing, or maintenance of the station should be
performed by or under the immediate supervision and responsibility of a
person certified as technically qualified to perform transmitter
installation, operation, maintenance, and repair duties in the private
land mobile services and fixed services by an organization or committee
representative of users in those services.
(d) The provisions of paragraph (b) of this section shall not be
construed to change or diminish in any respect the responsibility of
station licensees to have and to maintain control over the stations
licensed to them (including all transmitter units thereof), or for the
proper functioning and operation of those stations (including all
transmitter units thereof), in accordance with the terms of the
licenses of those stations.
(Secs. 4(i) and 303(r), Communications Act of 1934, as amended, 47
U.S.C. 154(i) and 303(r), and sec. 553 of the Administrative Procedures
Act, 5 U.S.C. 553)
[ 49 FR 20672 , May 16, 1984]
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Goto Section: 90.431 | 90.437
Goto Year: 2013 |
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