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FCC 90.557
Revised as of October 20, 2020
Goto Year:2020 | 2022
  §  90.557   Secondary fixed signaling operations.

   Trunked and conventional 700 MHz narrowband systems may conduct fixed
   ancillary signaling and data transmissions subject to the following
   requirements:

   (a) Operations are permitted only on:

   (1) Narrowband State License channels specified in § 90.531(b)(5),
   subject to the discretion of the relevant State licensee; and

   (2) Narrowband General Use channels specified in § 90.531(b)(6), subject
   to the discretion of the regional planning committee.

   (b) All operations must be on a secondary, non-interference basis to
   the primary mobile operation of any other licensee.

   (c) The output power at the remote site must not exceed 30 watts.

   (d) Automatic means must be provided to deactivate the remote
   transmitter in the event the carrier remains on for a period in excess
   of three minutes.

   (e) Operational fixed stations authorized pursuant to this section are
   exempt from the requirements of § § 90.425, 90.429, and 90.559.

   (f) Any operations undertaken in a shared use environment must be
   conducted pursuant to an agreement between the licensee and each
   participant, as set forth in § 90.179.

   [ 79 FR 39341 , July 10, 2014]

   


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