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FCC 5.91
Revised as of September 1, 2021
Goto Year:2020 | 2022
  §  5.91   Notification to the National Radio Astronomy Observatory.

   In order to minimize possible harmful interference at the National
   Radio Astronomy Observatory site located at Green Bank, Pocahontas
   County, West Virginia, and at the Naval Radio Research Observatory site
   at Sugar Grove, Pendleton County, West Virginia, any applicant for an
   Experimental Radio Service station authorization other than a mobile,
   temporary base, or temporary fixed station, within the area bounded by
   39°15′ N on the north, 78°30′ W on the east, 37°30′ N on the south and
   80°30′ W on the west shall, at the time of filing such application with
   the Commission, simultaneously notify the Director, National Radio
   Astronomy Observatory, P.O. Box NZ2, Green Bank, West Virginia 24944,
   in writing, of the technical particulars of the proposed station. Such
   notification shall include the geographical coordinates of the antenna,
   antenna height, antenna directivity if any, frequency, type of
   emission, and power. In addition, the applicant shall indicate in its
   application to the Commission the date notification was made to the
   Observatory. After receipt of such applications, the Commission will
   allow a period of twenty (20) days for comments or objections in
   response to the notifications indicated. If an objection to the
   proposed operation is received during the twenty-day period from the
   National Radio Astronomy Observatory for itself or on behalf of the
   Naval Radio Research Observatory, the Commission will consider all
   aspects of the problem and take whatever action is deemed appropriate.


Goto Section: 5.85 | 5.95

Goto Year: 2020 | 2022
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