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Revised as of September 1, 2021
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§ 22.307 Operation during emergency.
Licensees of stations in the Public Mobile services may, during a
period of emergency in which normal communications facilities are
disrupted as a result of hurricane, flood, earthquake or other natural
disaster, civil unrest, widespread vandalism, national emergencies or
emergencies declared by Executive Order of the President, use their
stations to temporarily provide emergency communications services in a
manner or configuration not normally allowed by this part, provided
that such operations comply with the provisions of this section.
(a) Technical limitations. Public Mobile stations providing temporary
emergency communications service must not transmit:
(1) On channels other than those authorized for normal operations.
(2) With power in excess of that authorized for normal operations;
(3) Emission types other than those authorized for normal operations.
(b) Discontinuance. Temporary emergency use of Public Mobile stations
must be discontinued as soon as normal communication facilities are
restored. The FCC may, at any time, order the discontinuance of any
such emergency communication services.
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