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FCC 90.370
Revised as of September 1, 2021
Goto Year:2020 | 2022
  §  90.370   Permitted frequencies.

   (a) Dedicated Short-Range Communications Service (DSRCS) systems are
   permitted to operate in the 5895-5925 MHz band.

   (b) DSRCS authorizations granted prior to the July 2, 2021 may remain
   on existing frequencies in the 5850-5895 MHz band until July 5, 2022,
   at which time they may only operate in the 5895-5925 MHz band.

   (c) Frequencies in the 5895-5925 MHz band will not be assigned for the
   exclusive use of any licensee; Channels are available on a shared basis
   only for use in accordance with the Commission's rules. All licensees
   shall cooperate in the selection and use of channels in order to reduce
   interference. This includes monitoring for communications in progress
   and any other measures as may be necessary to minimize interference.

   (d) Licensees of Roadside Units (RSUs) suffering or causing harmful
   interference within a communications zone, as defined in § 90.375 of
   this part, are expected to cooperate and resolve this problem by
   mutually satisfactory arrangements. If the licensees are unable to do
   so, the Commission may impose restrictions including specifying the
   transmitter power, antenna height and direction, additional filtering,
   or area or hours of operation of the stations concerned. The use of any
   channel at a given geographical location may be denied when, in the
   judgment of the Commission, its use at that location is not in the
   public interest; use of any such channel may be restricted as to
   specified geographical areas, maximum power, or such other operating
   conditions, contained in this part or in the station authorization.

   [ 86 FR 23297 , May 3, 2021]


Goto Section: 90.365 | 90.371

Goto Year: 2020 | 2022
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