Goto Section: 90.614 | 90.617 | Table of Contents

FCC 90.615
Revised as of April 23, 2019
Goto Year:2018 | 2020
  § 90.615   Individual channels available in the General Category in
806-824/851-869 MHz band.

   The General Category will consist of channels 231-260a and 511-550 at
   locations farther than 110 km (68.4 miles) from the U.S./Mexico border
   and 140 km (87 miles) from the U.S./Canadian border. All entities will
   be eligible for licensing on these channels except as described in
   paragraphs (a) and (b) of this section.

   (a) In a given 800 MHz NPSPAC region, any channel in the 231-260 range
   which is vacated by a licensee relocating to channels 551-830 and which
   remains vacant after band reconfiguration will be available as follows:

   (1) Only to eligible applicants in the Public Safety Category until
   three years after the release of a public notice announcing the
   completion of band reconfiguration in that region;

   (2) Only to eligible applicants in the Public Safety or Critical
   Infrastructure Industry Categories from three to five years after the
   release of a public notice announcing the completion of band
   reconfiguration in that region;

   (3) To all entities five years after release of a public notice
   announcing the completion of band reconfiguration in that region.

   (b) In a given 800 MHz NPSPAC region, any channel in the 231-260 range
   which is vacated by a licensee relocating to channels 511-550 and
   remains vacant after band reconfiguration will be available as follows:

   (1) Only to eligible applicants in the Public Safety Category until
   three years after the release of a public notice announcing the
   completion of band reconfiguration in that region;

   (2) Only to eligible applicants in the Public Safety or Critical
   Infrastructure Industry Categories from three to five years after the
   release of a public notice announcing the completion of band
   reconfiguration in that region;

   (3) To all entities five years after release of a public notice
   announcing the completion of band reconfiguration in that region.

   (c) Spectrum Block F1 consists of channels 236-260.

   (d) Applicants may begin to license interstitial channels (denoted with
   an “a” after the channel number) only after the Wireless
   Telecommunications Bureau and the Public Safety and Homeland Security
   Bureau jointly release a public notice announcing the availability of
   those channels for licensing in a National Public Safety Planning
   Advisory Committee region.

   [ 70 FR 6759 , Feb. 8, 2005, as amended at  70 FR 76708 , Dec. 28, 2005;  83 FR 61100 , Nov. 27, 2018]

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Goto Section: 90.614 | 90.617

Goto Year: 2018 | 2020
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