hallikainen.com FCC Rules 2018
0Commission organization
1Practice and procedure
2Frequency allocations and radio treaty matters; general rules and regulations
3Authorization and administration of accounting authorities in maritime and maritime mobile-satellite radio services
4Disruptions to Communications (effective January 3, 2005 - See 69 FR 70338
5Experimental radio service (other than broadcast)
6Access to telecommunications service, telecommunications equipment and customer premises equipment by persons with disabilities
7Access to voicemail and interactive menu services and equipment by people with disabilities
8Protecting and promoting the open internet
9Interconnected Voice Over Internet Protocol Services
10Wireless emergency alerts
11Emergency Alert System (EAS)
12Resiliency, redundancy and reliability of communications systems
13Commercial radio operators
14Access to advanced communications services and equipment by people with disabilities
15Radio frequency devices
17Construction, marking, and lighting of antenna structures
18Industrial, scientific, and medical equipment
19Employee responsibilities and conduct
20Commercial mobile services
21Domestic public fixed radio services removed December 10, 2004. See 69 FR 72031
22Public mobile services
23International fixed public radiocommunication services - This part removed 14 January 2010.
24Personal communications services
25Satellite communications
27Miscellaneous wireless communications services
30Upper microwave flexible use service
32Uniform system of accounts for telecommunications companies
36Jurisdictional separations procedures; standard procedures for separating telecommunications property costs, revenues, expenses, taxes and reserves for telecommunications companies
37--39[Reserved]
42Preservation of records of communication common carriers
43Reports of communication common carriers and certain affiliates
51Interconnection
52Numbering
53Special provisions concerning Bell operating companies
54Universal service
59Infrastructure sharing
61Tariffs
63Extension of lines, new lines, and discontinuance, reduction, outage and impairment of service by common carriers; and grants of recognized private operating agency status
64Miscellaneous rules relating to common carriers
65Interstate rate of return prescription procedures and methodologies
67Real-time text
68Connection of terminal equipment to the telephone network
69Access charges
70-72[Reserved]
73Radio broadcast services
74Experimental radio, auxiliary, special broadcast and other program distributional services
76Multichannel video and cable television service
78Cable television relay service
79Accessibility of video programming
80Stations in the maritime services
87Aviation services
90Private land mobile radio services
94[Reserved]
95Personal radio services
97Amateur radio service
101Fixed microwave services
CHAPTER II--OFFICE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY POLICY AND NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL
201Executive policy
202National Security and emergency preparedness planning and execution
211Emergency restoration priority procedures for telecommunications services
212Procedures for obtaining international telecommunication service for use during a wartime emergency
213Government and public correspondence telecommunications precedence system
214Procedures for the use and coordination of the radio spectrum during a wartime emergency
215Federal Government focal point for electromagnetic pulse (EMP) information
216National communications system issuance system
CHAPTER III--NATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
300Manual of regulations and procedures for Federal radio frequency management
301Relocation of and spectrum sharing by federal government stations
400E-911 grant program
500Review and approval of fees proposed by the first responder network authority (firstnet)