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FCC 90.494
Revised as of October 28, 2020
Goto Year:2020 | 2022
  §  90.494   Paging operations on shared channels in the 929-930 MHz band.

   (a) This section applies to licensing of paging stations on the shared
   (non-exclusive) channels in the 929-930 MHz band. The center
   frequencies of these channels are listed in paragraph (b) of this
   section.

   (b) The following frequencies are available to all eligible part 90
   users for one-way paging systems on a shared basis only and will not be
   assigned for the exclusive use of any licensee.
   929.0375    929.1625
   929.0625    929.2625
   929.0875

   (c) All frequencies listed in this section may be used to provide
   one-way paging communications to persons eligible for licensing under
   subpart B or C of this part, representatives of Federal Government
   agencies, individuals, and foreign governments and their
   representatives. The provisions of § 90.173(b) apply to all frequencies
   listed in this section.

   (d) Licensees on these frequencies may utilize any type of paging
   operation desired (tone only, tone-voice, digital, tactile, optical
   readout, etc.).

   (e) There shall be no minimum or maximum loading standards for these
   frequencies.

   (f) The effective radiated power for base stations providing paging
   service on the shared channels must not exceed 3500 watts.

   [ 58 FR 62291 , Nov. 26, 1993, as amended at  59 FR 59966 , Nov. 21, 1994;
    61 FR 8483 , Mar. 5, 1996;  62 FR 11637 , Mar. 12, 1997;  62 FR 18934 , Apr.
   17, 1997;  66 FR 57885 , Nov. 19, 2001]

   

Subpart Q [Reserved]

   

Subpart R—Regulations Governing the Licensing and Use of Frequencies in the
763-775 and 793-805 MHz Bands

   Source:  63 FR 58651 , Nov. 2, 1998, unless otherwise noted.

   


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