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Revised as of October 1, 2019
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§ 43.82 Circuit capacity reports.
(a) International submarine cable capacity. Not later than March 31 of
(1) The licensee(s) of a submarine cable between the United States and
any foreign point shall file a report showing the capacity of the
submarine cable as of December 31 of the preceding calendar year. The
licensee(s) shall also file a report showing the planned capacity of
the submarine cable (the intended capacity of the submarine cable two
years from December 31 of the preceding calendar year).
(2) Each cable landing licensee and common carrier shall file a report
showing its capacity on submarine cables between the United States and
any foreign point as of December 31 of the preceding calendar year.
Note to paragraph (a): United States is defined in Section 3 of the
Communications Act of 1934, as amended, 47 U.S.C. 153.
(b) Registration Form. A Registration Form, containing information
about the filer, such as address, phone number, email address, etc.,
shall be filed with each report. The Registration Form shall include a
certification enabling the filer to check a box to indicate that the
filer requests that its circuit capacity data be treated as
confidential consistent with Section 0.459(a)(4) of the Commission's
(c) Filing Manual. Authority is delegated to the Chief of the
International Bureau to prepare instructions and reporting requirements
for the filing of these reports prepared and published as a Filing
Manual. The information required under this Section shall be filed
electronically in conformance with the instructions and reporting
requirements in the Filing Manual.
[ 82 FR 55331 , Nov. 21, 2017]
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