Goto Section: 90.674 | 90.676 | Table of Contents
Revised as of September 1, 2021
Goto Year:2020 |
§ 90.675 Information exchange.
(a) Prior coordination. Public safety/CII licensees may notify an ESMR
or part 22 Cellular Radiotelephone licensee that they wish to receive
prior notification of the activation or modification of ESMR or part 22
Cellular Radiotelephone cell sites in their area. Thereafter, the ESMR
or part 22 Cellular Radiotelephone licensee must provide the following
information to the public safety/CII licensee at least 10 business days
before a new cell site is activated or an existing cell site is
(2) Effective radiated power;
(3) Antenna height;
(4) Channels available for use.
(b) Purpose of prior coordination. The coordination of cell sites is
for informational purposes only: public safety/CII licensees are not
afforded the right to accept or reject the activation of a proposed
cell or to unilaterally require changes in its operating parameters.
The principal purposes of notification are to:
(1) Allow a public safety/CII licensee to advise the ESMR or part 22
Cellular Radiotelephone licensee whether it believes a proposed cell
will generate unacceptable interference;
(2) Permit ESMR or part 22 Cellular Radiotelephone licensees to make
voluntary changes in cell parameters when a public safety licensee
alerts them to possible interference; and
(3) Rapidly identify the source if interference is encountered when the
cell is activated.
(c) Public safety information exchange. (1) Upon request by an ESMR or
part 22 Cellular Radiotelephone licensee, public safety/CII licensees
who operate radio systems in the 806-824/851-869 MHz shall provide the
operating parameters of their radio system to the ESMR or part 22
Cellular Radiotelephone licensee.
(2) Public safety licensees who perform the information exchange as
described in this section must notify the appropriate ESMR and part 22
Cellular Radiotelephone licensees prior to any technical changes to
their radio system.
Goto Section: 90.674 | 90.676
Goto Year: 2020 |
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