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TITLE 47—Telecommunication

CHAPTER I—FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION (CONTINUED)

SUBCHAPTER C—BROADCAST RADIO SERVICES

PART 74—EXPERIMENTAL RADIO, AUXILIARY, SPECIAL BROADCAST AND OTHER PROGRAM DISTRIBUTIONAL SERVICES

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Subpart—GENERAL; RULES APPLICABLE TO ALL SERVICES IN PART 74

§74.1
Scope.
§74.2
General definitions.
§74.3
FCC inspections of stations.
§74.5
Cross reference to rules in other parts.
§74.6
Licensing of broadcast auxiliary and low power auxiliary stations.
§74.12
Notification of filing of applications.
§74.13
Equipment tests.
§74.14
Service or program tests.
§74.15
Station license period.
§74.16
Temporary extension of station licenses.
§74.18
Transmitter control and operation.
§74.19
Special technical records.
§74.21
Broadcasting emergency information.
§74.22
Use of common antenna structure.
§74.23
Interference jeopardizing safety of life or protection of property.
§74.24
Short-term operation.
§74.25
Temporary conditional operating authority.
§74.28
Additional orders.
§74.30
Antenna structure, marking and lighting.
§74.32
Operation in the 17.7-17.8 GHz and 17.8-19.7 GHz bands.
§74.34
Period of construction; certification of completion of construction.
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Subparts A-C [Reserved]

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Subpart D—REMOTE PICKUP BROADCAST STATIONS

§74.401
Definitions.
§74.402
Frequency assignment.
§74.403
Frequency selection to avoid interference.
§74.431
Special rules applicable to remote pickup stations.
§74.432
Licensing requirements and procedures.
§74.433
Temporary authorizations.
§74.434
Remote control operation.
§74.436
Special requirements for automatic relay stations.
§74.451
Certification of equipment.
§74.452
Equipment changes.
§74.461
Transmitter power.
§74.462
Authorized bandwidth and emissions.
§74.463
Modulation requirements.
§74.464
Frequency tolerance.
§74.465
Frequency monitors and measurements.
§74.482
Station identification.
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Subpart E—AURAL BROADCAST AUXILIARY STATIONS

§74.501
Classes of aural broadcast auxiliary stations.
§74.502
Frequency assignment.
§74.503
Frequency selection.
§74.531
Permissible service.
§74.532
Licensing requirements.
§74.533
Remote control and unattended operation.
§74.534
Power limitations.
§74.535
Emission and bandwidth.
§74.536
Directional antenna required.
§74.537
Temporary authorizations.
§74.550
Equipment authorization.
§74.551
Equipment changes.
§74.561
Frequency tolerance.
§74.562
Frequency monitors and measurements.
§74.564
Posting of station license.
§74.582
Station identification.
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Subpart F—TELEVISION BROADCAST AUXILIARY STATIONS

§74.600
Eligibility for license.
§74.601
Classes of TV broadcast auxiliary stations.
§74.602
Frequency assignment.
§74.603
Sound channels.
§74.604
Interference avoidance.
§74.605
Registration of stationary television pickup receive sites.
§74.631
Permissible service.
§74.632
Licensing requirements.
§74.633
Temporary authorizations.
§74.634
Remote control operation.
§74.635
Unattended operation.
§74.636
Power limitations.
§74.637
Emissions and emission limitations.
§74.638
Frequency coordination.
§74.641
Antenna systems.
§74.643
Interference to geostationary-satellites.
§74.644
Minimum path lengths for fixed links.
§74.651
Equipment changes.
§74.655
Authorization of equipment.
§74.661
Frequency tolerance.
§74.662
Frequency monitors and measurements.
§74.663
Modulation limits.
§74.664
Posting of station license.
§74.682
Station identification.
§74.690
Transition of the 1990-2025 MHz band from the Broadcast Auxiliary Service to emerging technologies.
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Subpart G—LOW POWER TV, TV TRANSLATOR, AND TV BOOSTER STATIONS

§74.701
Definitions.
§74.702
Channel assignments.
§74.703
Interference.
§74.705
TV broadcast analog station protection.
§74.706
Digital TV (DTV) station protection.
§74.707
Low power TV and TV translator station protection.
§74.708
Class A TV and digital Class A TV station protection.
§74.709
Land mobile station protection.
§74.710
Digital low power TV and TV translator station protection.
§74.731
Purpose and permissible service.
§74.732
Eligibility and licensing requirements.
§74.733
UHF translator signal boosters.
§74.734
Attended and unattended operation.
§74.735
Power limitations.
§74.736
Emissions and bandwidth.
§74.737
Antenna location.
§74.750
Transmission system facilities.
§74.751
Modification of transmission systems.
§74.761
Frequency tolerance.
§74.762
Frequency measurements.
§74.763
Time of operation.
§74.765
Posting of station and operator licenses.
§74.769
Copies of rules.
§74.780
Broadcast regulations applicable to translators, low power, and booster stations.
§74.781
Station records.
§74.783
Station identification.
§74.784
Rebroadcasts.
§74.785
Low power TV digital data service pilot project.
§74.786
Digital channel assignments.
§74.787
Digital licensing.
§74.788
Digital construction period.
§74.789
Broadcast regulations applicable to digital low power television and television translator stations.
§74.790
Permissible service of digital TV translator and LPTV stations.
§74.791
Digital call signs.
§74.792
Digital low power TV and TV translator station protected contour.
§74.793
Digital low power TV and TV translator station protection of broadcast stations.
§74.794
Digital emissions.
§74.795
Digital low power TV and TV translator transmission system facilities.
§74.796
Modification of digital transmission systems and analog transmission systems for digital operation.
§74.797
Biennial Ownership Reports.
§74.798
Digital television transition notices by broadcasters.
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Subpart H—LOW POWER AUXILIARY STATIONS

§74.801
Definitions.
§74.802
Frequency assignment.
§74.803
Frequency selection to avoid interference.
§74.831
Scope of service and permissible transmissions.
§74.832
Licensing requirements and procedures.
§74.833
Temporary authorizations.
§74.851
Certification of equipment; prohibition on manufacture, import, sale, lease, offer for sale or lease, or shipment of devices that operate in the 700 MHz Band; labeling for 700 MHz band equipment destined for non-U.S. markets; disclosure for the core TV bands.
§74.852
Equipment changes.
§74.861
Technical requirements.
§74.870
Wireless video assist devices.
§74.882
Station identification.
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Subparts I-K [Reserved]

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Subpart L—FM BROADCAST TRANSLATOR STATIONS AND FM BROADCAST BOOSTER STATIONS

§74.1201
Definitions.
§74.1202
Frequency assignment.
§74.1203
Interference.
§74.1204
Protection of FM broadcast, FM Translator and LP100 stations.
§74.1205
Protection of channel 6 TV broadcast stations.
§74.1231
Purpose and permissible service.
§74.1232
Eligibility and licensing requirements.
§74.1233
Processing FM translator and booster station applications.
§74.1234
Unattended operation.
§74.1235
Power limitations and antenna systems.
§74.1236
Emission and bandwidth.
§74.1237
Antenna location.
§74.1250
Transmitters and associated equipment.
§74.1251
Technical and equipment modifications.
§74.1261
Frequency tolerance.
§74.1262
Frequency monitors and measurements.
§74.1263
Time of operation.
§74.1265
Posting of station license.
§74.1269
Copies of rules.
§74.1281
Station records.
§74.1283
Station identification.
§74.1284
Rebroadcasts.
§74.1290
FM translator and booster station information available on the Internet.
Appendix
Alphabetical Index—Part 74


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