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TITLE 47—Telecommunication

CHAPTER I—FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION (CONTINUED)

SUBCHAPTER B—COMMON CARRIER SERVICES

PART 22—PUBLIC MOBILE SERVICES

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Subpart A—SCOPE AND AUTHORITY

§22.1
Basis and purpose.
§22.3
Authorization required.
§22.5
Citizenship.
§22.7
General eligibility.
§22.9
Operation of certificated signal boosters.
§22.99
Definitions.
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Subpart B—LICENSING REQUIREMENTS AND PROCEDURES

Applications and Notifications

§22.107
General application requirements.
§22.131
Procedures for mutually exclusive applications.
§22.143
Construction prior to grant of application.
§22.150
Standard pre-filing technical coordination procedure.
§22.165
Additional transmitters for existing systems.
§22.169
International coordination of channel assignments.

Competitive Bidding Procedures

§22.201
Paging geographic area authorizations are subject to competitive bidding.
§§22.203-22.211
[Reserved]
§22.213
Filing of long-form applications.
§22.215
[Reserved]
§22.217
Bidding credit for small businesses.
§22.221
Eligibility for partitioned licenses.
§22.223
Designated entities.
§22.225
Certifications, disclosures, records maintenance, and definitions.
§22.227
Petitions to deny and limitations on settlements.
§22.228
Cellular rural service area licenses subject to competitive bidding.
§22.229
Designated entities.
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Subpart C—OPERATIONAL AND TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS

Operational Requirements

§22.301
Station inspection.
§22.303
Retention of station authorizations; identifying transmitters.
§22.305
Operator and maintenance requirements.
§22.307
Operation during emergency.
§22.313
Station identification.
§22.317
Discontinuance of station operation.
§22.321
Equal employment opportunities.
§22.325
Control points.

Technical Requirements

§22.351
Channel assignment policy.
§22.352
Protection from interference.
§22.353
Blanketing interference.
§22.355
Frequency tolerance.
§22.357
Emission types.
§22.359
Emission limitations.
§22.365
Antenna structures; air navigation safety.
§22.377
Certification of transmitters.
§22.383
In-building radiation systems.
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Subpart D—[RESERVED]

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Subpart E—PAGING AND RADIOTELEPHONE SERVICE

§22.501
Scope.
§22.503
Paging geographic area authorizations.
§22.507
Number of transmitters per station.
§22.509
Procedures for mutually exclusive applications in the Paging and Radiotelephone Service.
§22.511
Construction period for the Paging and Radiotelephone Service.
§22.513
Partitioning and disaggregation.
§22.515
Permissible communications paths.
§22.527
Signal boosters.
§22.529
Application requirements for the Paging and Radiotelephone Service.

Paging Operation

§22.531
Channels for paging operation.
§22.535
Effective radiated power limits.
§22.537
Technical channel assignment criteria.
§22.559
Paging application requirements.

One-way or Two-way Mobile Operation

§22.561
Channels for one-way or two-way mobile operation.
§22.565
Transmitting power limits.
§22.567
Technical channel assignment criteria.
§22.571
Responsibility for mobile stations.
§22.573
Use of base transmitters as repeaters.
§22.575
Use of mobile channel for remote control of station functions.
§22.579
Operation of mobile transmitters across U.S.-Canada border.
§22.589
One-way or two-way application requirements.

Point-to-Point Operation

§22.591
Channels for point-to-point operation.
§22.593
Effective radiated power limits.
§22.601
Existing microwave stations licensed under this part.
§22.602
Transition of the 2110-2130 and 2160-2180 MHz channels to emerging technologies.
§22.603
488-494 MHz fixed service in Hawaii.

Point-to-Multipoint Operation

§22.621
Channels for point-to-multipoint operation.
§22.623
System configuration.
§22.625
Transmitter locations.
§22.627
Effective radiated power limits.

470-512 MHz Trunked Mobile Operation

§22.651
470-512 MHz channels for trunked mobile operation.
§22.653
Eligibility.
§22.657
Transmitter locations.
§22.659
Effective radiated power limits.
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Subpart F—RURAL RADIOTELEPHONE SERVICE

§22.701
Scope.
§22.702
Eligibility.
§22.703
Separate rural subscriber station authorization not required.
§22.705
Rural radiotelephone system configuration.
§22.709
Rural radiotelephone service application requirements.
§22.711
Provision of information to applicants.
§22.713
Construction period for rural radiotelephone stations.
§22.715
Technical channel assignment criteria for rural radiotelephone stations.
§22.717
Procedure for mutually exclusive applications in the Rural Radiotelephone Service.
§22.719
Additional channel policy for rural radiotelephone stations.

Conventional Rural Radiotelephone Stations

§22.721
Geographic area authorizations.
§22.723
Secondary site-by-site authorizations.
§22.725
Channels for conventional rural radiotelephone stations and basic exchange telephone radio systems.
§22.727
Power limits for conventional rural radiotelephone transmitters.
§22.731
Emission limitations.
§22.733
Priority of service.
§22.737
Temporary fixed stations.

Basic Exchange Telephone Radio Systems

§22.757
Channels for basic exchange telephone radio systems.
§22.759
Power limit for BETRS.
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Subpart G—AIR-GROUND RADIOTELEPHONE SERVICE

§22.801
Scope.

General Aviation Air-Ground Stations

§22.805
Channels for general aviation air-ground service.
§22.807
General aviation air-ground application requirements.
§22.809
Transmitting power limits.
§22.813
Technical channel pair assignment criteria.
§22.815
Construction period for general aviation ground stations.
§22.817
Additional channel policies.

Commercial Aviation Air-Ground Systems

§22.853
Eligibility to hold interest in licenses limited to 3 MHz of spectrum.
§22.857
Channel plan for commercial aviation air-ground systems.
§22.859
Incumbent commercial aviation air-ground systems.
§22.861
Emission limitations.
§22.863
Frequency stability.
§22.867
Effective radiated power limits.
§22.873
Construction requirements for commercial aviation air-ground systems.
§22.877
Unacceptable interference to Part 90 non-cellular 800 MHz licensees from commercial aviation air-ground systems.
§22.878
Obligation to abate unacceptable interference.
§22.879
Interference resolution procedures.
§22.880
Information exchange.
§22.881
Air-Ground Radiotelephone Service subject to competitive bidding.
§22.882
Designated entities.
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Subpart H—CELLULAR RADIOTELEPHONE SERVICE

§22.900
Scope.
§22.901
Cellular service requirements and limitations.
§22.905
Channels for cellular service.
§22.907
Coordination of channel usage.
§22.909
Cellular markets.
§22.911
Cellular geographic service area.
§22.912
Service area boundary extensions.
§22.913
Effective radiated power limits.
§22.917
Emission limitations for cellular equipment.
§22.921
911 call processing procedures; 911-only calling mode.
§22.923
Cellular system configuration.
§22.925
Prohibition on airborne operation of cellular telephones.
§22.927
Responsibility for mobile stations.
§22.929
Application requirements for the Cellular Radiotelephone Service.
§22.935
Procedures for comparative renewal proceedings.
§22.936
Dismissal of applications in cellular renewal proceedings.
§22.939
Site availability requirements for applications competing with cellular renewal applications.
§22.940
Criteria for comparative cellular renewal proceedings.
§22.943
Limitations on transfer of control and assignment for authorizations issued as a result of a comparative renewal proceeding.
§22.946
Service commencement and construction systems.
§22.947
Five year build-out period.
§22.948
Partitioning and Disaggregation.
§22.949
Unserved area licensing process.
§22.950
Provision of service in the Gulf of Mexico Service Area (GMSA)
§22.951
Minimum coverage requirement.
§22.953
Content and form of applications.
§22.955
Canadian condition.
§22.957
Mexican condition.
§22.959
Rules governing processing of applications for initial systems.
§22.960
Cellular unserved area radiotelephone licenses subject to competitive bidding.
§§22.961-22.967
[Reserved]
§22.969
Cellular RSA licenses subject to competitive bidding.
§22.970
Unacceptable interference to part 90 non-cellular 800 MHz licensees from cellular radiotelephone or part 90-800 MHz cellular systems.
§22.971
Obligation to abate unacceptable interference.
§22.972
Interference resolution procedures.
§22.973
Information exchange.
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Subpart I—OFFSHORE RADIOTELEPHONE SERVICE

§22.1001
Scope.
§22.1003
Eligibility.
§22.1005
Priority of service.
§22.1007
Channels for offshore radiotelephone systems.
§22.1009
Transmitter locations.
§22.1011
Antenna height limitations.
§22.1013
Effective radiated power limitations.
§22.1015
Repeater operation.
§22.1025
Permissible communications.
§22.1031
Temporary fixed stations.
§22.1035
Construction period.
§22.1037
Application requirements for offshore stations.


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