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FCC 90.607
Revised as of October 20, 2020
Goto Year:2020 | 2022
  §  90.607   Supplemental information to be furnished by applicants for
facilities under this subpart.

   (a) Except for applicants for SMR licenses, all applicants for
   conventional radio systems must:

   (1) List all radio systems licensed to them or proposed by them within
   64 km (40 mi.) from the location of the base station transmitter site
   of the facility for which they have applied.

   (2) Specify the number of mobile units to be placed in operation upon
   grant of the authorization and the number of such units that will be
   placed in operation within 8 months of the date of grant.

   (b) Except for applicants for SMR licenses, all applicants for trunked
   systems must:

   (1) List all radio systems licensed to them within 64 km (40 mi.) from
   the location of the base station transmitter site of the facility for
   which they have applied;

   (2) Specify the number of vehicular and portable mobile units and
   control stations to be placed in operation within the term of the
   license.

   (c) [Reserved]

   (d) All applicants for frequencies governed by this subpart are subject
   to the frequency coordination requirements of § 90.175(b) except
   applicants requesting frequencies for EA-based SMR operations in the
   806-824 MHz/851-869 MHz band or 896-901 MHz/935-940 MHz band.

   [ 47 FR 41032 , Sept. 16, 1982, as amended at  49 FR 36377 , Sept. 17,
   1984;  51 FR 14999 , Apr. 22, 1986;  59 FR 59966 , Nov. 21, 1994;  63 FR 68967 , Dec. 14, 1998;  69 FR 67838 , Nov. 22, 2004;  70 FR 61061 , Oct. 20,
   2005]

   


Goto Section: 90.605 | 90.609

Goto Year: 2020 | 2022
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