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FCC 22.807
Revised as of September 1, 2021
Goto Year:2020 | 2022
  §  22.807   General aviation air-ground application requirements.

   In addition to the information required by subparts B and D of this
   part, FCC Form 601 applications for authorization to operate a general
   aviation air-ground station must contain the applicable supplementary
   information described in this section.

   (a) Administrative information. The following information is required
   by FCC Form 601.

   (1) The number of transmitter sites for which authorization is

   (2) The call sign(s) of other facilities in the same area that are
   ultimately controlled by the real party in interest to the application.

   (b) Technical information required. For each transmitter in the Rural
   Radiotelephone Service, the following information is required by FCC
   Form 601:

   (1) Location description, city, county, state, geographic coordinates
   (NAD83) correct to ±1 second, site elevation above mean sea level,
   proximity to adjacent market boundaries and international borders;

   (2) Antenna height to tip above ground level, antenna gain in the
   maximum lobe, the electric field polarization of the wave emitted by
   the antenna when installed as proposed;

   (3) The center frequency of each channel requested, the maximum
   effective radiated power, any non-standard emission types to be used,
   including bandwidth and modulation type and the transmitter
   classification (e.g. ground or signaling).

   [ 59 FR 59507 , Nov. 17, 1994, as amended at  59 FR 59954 , Nov. 21, 1994;
    63 FR 68948 , Dec. 14, 1998;  64 FR 53240 , Oct. 1, 1999. Redesignated and
   amended at  70 FR 19309 , Apr. 13, 2005]


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