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Title 47Chapter ISubchapter APart 2


TITLE 47—Telecommunication

CHAPTER I—FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION

SUBCHAPTER A—GENERAL

PART 2—FREQUENCY ALLOCATIONS AND RADIO TREATY MATTERS; GENERAL RULES AND REGULATIONS

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Subpart A—TERMINOLOGY

§2.1
Terms and definitions.
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Subpart B—ALLOCATION, ASSIGNMENT, AND USE OF RADIO FREQUENCIES

§2.100
International regulations in force.
§2.101
Frequency and wavelength bands.
§2.102
Assignment of frequencies.
§2.103
Federal use of non-Federal frequencies.
§2.104
International Table of Frequency Allocations.
§2.105
United States Table of Frequency Allocations.
§2.106
Table of Frequency Allocations.
§2.107
Radio astronomy station notification.
§2.108
Policy regarding the use of the fixed-satellite allocations in the 3.6-3.7, 4.5-4.8, and 5.85-5.925 GHz bands.
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Subpart C—EMISSIONS

§2.201
Emission, modulation, and transmission characteristics.
§2.202
Bandwidths.
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Subpart D—CALL SIGNS AND OTHER FORMS OF IDENTIFYING RADIO TRANSMISSIONS

§2.301
Station identification requirement.
§2.302
Call signs.
§2.303
Other forms of identification of stations.
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Subpart E—DISTRESS, DISASTER, AND EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS

§2.401
Distress messages.
§2.402
Control of distress traffic.
§2.403
Retransmission of distress message.
§2.404
Resumption of operation after distress.
§2.405
Operation during emergency.
§2.406
National defense; free service.
§2.407
National defense; emergency authorization.
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Subparts F-G [Reserved]

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Subpart H—PROHIBITION AGAINST EAVESDROPPING

§2.701
Prohibition against use of a radio device for eavesdropping.
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Subpart I—MARKETING OF RADIO-FREQUENCY DEVICES

§2.801
Radiofrequency device defined.
§2.803
Marketing of radio frequency devices prior to equipment authorization.
§2.805
Operation of radio frequency devices prior to equipment authorization.
§2.807
Statutory exceptions.
§2.811
Transmitters operated under part 73 of this chapter.
§2.813
Transmitters operated in the Instructional Television Fixed Service.
§2.815
External radio frequency power amplifiers.
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Subpart J—EQUIPMENT AUTHORIZATION PROCEDURES

General Provisions

§2.901
Basis and purpose.
§2.902
Verification.
§2.906
Declaration of Conformity.
§2.907
Certification.
§2.908
Identical defined.
§2.909
Responsible party.

Application Procedures for Equipment Authorizations

§2.911
Written application required.
§2.913
Submittal of equipment authorization application or information to the Commission.
§2.915
Grant of application.
§2.917
Dismissal of application.
§2.919
Denial of application.
§2.921
Hearing on application.
§2.923
Petition for reconsideration; application for review.
§2.924
Marketing of electrically identical equipment having multiple trade names and models or type numbers under the same FCC Identifier.
§2.925
Identification of equipment.
§2.926
FCC identifier.

Conditions Attendant to an Equipment Authorization

§2.927
Limitations on grants.
§2.929
Changes in name, address, ownership or control of grantee.
§2.931
Responsibility of the grantee.
§2.932
Modification of equipment.
§2.933
Change in identification of equipment.
§2.936
FCC inspection.
§2.937
Equipment defect and/or design change.
§2.938
Retention of records.
§2.939
Revocation or withdrawal of equipment authorization.
§2.941
Availability of information relating to grants.
§2.943
Submission of equipment for testing.
§2.944
Software defined radios.
§2.945
Sampling tests of equipment compliance.
§2.946
Penalty for failure to provide test samples and data.
§2.947
Measurement procedure.
§2.948
Description of measurement facilities.

Verification

§2.951
Cross reference.
§2.952
Limitation on verification.
§2.953
Responsibility for compliance.
§2.954
Identification.
§2.955
Retention of records.
§2.956
FCC inspection and submission of equipment for testing.

Telecommunication Certification Bodies (TCBs)

§2.960
Designation of Telecommunication Certification Bodies (TCBs).
§2.962
Requirements for Telecommunication Certification Bodies.

Certification

§2.1031
Cross reference.
§2.1033
Application for certification.
§2.1035
[Reserved]
§2.1041
Measurement procedure.
§2.1043
Changes in certificated equipment.
§2.1046
Measurements required: RF power output.
§2.1047
Measurements required: Modulation characteristics.
§2.1049
Measurements required: Occupied bandwidth.
§2.1051
Measurements required: Spurious emissions at antenna terminals.
§2.1053
Measurements required: Field strength of spurious radiation.
§2.1055
Measurements required: Frequency stability.
§2.1057
Frequency spectrum to be investigated.
§2.1060
Equipment for use in the amateur radio service.

Declaration of Conformity

§2.1071
Cross reference.
§2.1072
Limitation on Declaration of Conformity.
§2.1073
Responsibilities.
§2.1074
Identification.
§2.1075
Retention of records.
§2.1076
FCC inspection and submission of equipment for testing.
§2.1077
Compliance information.

Radiofrequency Radiation Exposure

§2.1091
Radiofrequency radiation exposure evaluation: mobile devices.
§2.1093
Radiofrequency radiation exposure evaluation: portable devices.
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Subpart K—IMPORTATION OF DEVICES CAPABLE OF CAUSING HARMFUL INTERFERENCE

§2.1201
Purpose.
§2.1202
Exclusions.
§2.1203
General requirement for entry into the U.S.A.
§2.1204
Import conditions.
§2.1205
Filing of required declaration.
§2.1207
Examination of imported equipment.
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Subpart L—[RESERVED]

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Subpart M—ADVANCE APPROVAL OF SUBSCRIPTION TV TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS

Advance Approval Procedure

§2.1400
Application for advance approval under part 73.
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Subpart N—[RESERVED]



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