Table of Parts

   Contents

   Subpart A—Purpose and Definitions
   § 9.1   Purpose.
   § 9.2   [Reserved]
   § 9.3   Definitions.

   Subpart B—Telecommunications Carriers
   § 9.4   Obligation to transmit 911 calls.
   § 9.5   Transition to 911 as the universal emergency telephone number.
   § 9.6   Obligation for providing a permissive dialing period.
   § 9.7   Obligation for providing an intercept message.
   § 9.8   Obligation of fixed telephony providers to convey dispatchable
   location.

   Subpart C—Commercial Mobile Radio Service
   § 9.9   Definitions.
   § 9.10   911 Service.

   Subpart D—Interconnected Voice over Internet Protocol Services
   § 9.11   E911 Service.
   § 9.12   Access to 911 and E911 service capabilities.

   Subpart E—Telecommunications Relay Services for Persons with
   Disabilities
   § 9.13   Jurisdiction.
   § 9.14   Emergency calling requirements.

   Subpart F—Multi-Line Telephone Systems
   § 9.15   Applicability.
   § 9.16   General obligations—direct 911 dialing, notification, and
   dispatchable location.
   § 9.17   Enforcement, compliance date, State law.

   Subpart G—Mobile-Satellite Service
   § 9.18   Emergency Call Center service.

   Subpart H—Resiliency, Redundancy, and Reliability of 911 Communications
   § 9.19   Reliability of covered 911 service providers.
   § 9.20   Backup power obligations.