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FCC 90.365
Revised as of September 1, 2021
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  §  90.365   Partitioned licenses and disaggregated spectrum.

   (a) Eligibility. (1) Party seeking approval for partitioning and
   disaggregation shall request an authorization pursuant to § 1.948 of
   this chapter.

   (2) Multilateration LMS licensees may apply to partition their licensed
   geographic service area or disaggregate their licensed spectrum at any
   time following the grant of their licenses. Multilateration LMS
   licensees may partition or disaggregate to any party that is also
   eligible to be a multilateration LMS licensee. Partitioning is
   permitted along any service area defined by the parties, and spectrum
   may be disaggregated in any amount. The Commission will also consider
   requests for partial assignment of licenses that propose combinations
   of partitioning and disaggregation.

   (b) Partitioning. In the case of partitioning, applicants and licensees
   must file FCC Form 603 pursuant to § 1.948 and list the partitioned
   service area on a schedule to the application. The geographic
   coordinates must be specified in degrees, minutes, and seconds to the
   nearest second of latitude and longitude and must be based upon the
   1983 North American Datum (NAD83).

   (c) License term. The license term for a partitioned license area, and
   for disaggregated spectrum shall be the remainder of the original
   licensee's license term.

   [ 63 FR 40663 , July 30, 1998, as amended at  63 FR 68966 , Dec. 14, 1998;
    82 FR 41548 , Sept. 1, 2017]


Regulations Governing the Licensing and Use of Frequencies in the 5895-5925
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