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TITLE 47—Telecommunication

CHAPTER I—FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION (CONTINUED)

SUBCHAPTER D—SAFETY AND SPECIAL RADIO SERVICES

PART 95—PERSONAL RADIO SERVICES

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Subpart A—GENERAL MOBILE RADIO SERVICE (GMRS)

§95.1
The General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS).
§95.3
License required.
§95.5
Licensee eligibility.
§95.7
Channel sharing.
§95.21
GMRS system description.
§95.23
Mobile station description.
§95.25
Land station description.
§95.27
Paging receiver description.
§95.29
Channels available.
§95.33
Cooperative use of radio stations in the GMRS.
§95.45
Considerations on Department of Defense land and in other circumstances.
§95.51
Antenna height.
§95.101
What the license authorizes.
§95.103
Licensee duties.
§95.105
License term.
§95.115
Station inspection.
§95.117
Where to contact the FCC.
§95.119
Station identification.
§95.129
Station equipment.
§95.135
Maximum authorized transmitting power.
§95.139
Adding a small base station or a small control station.
§95.141
Interconnection prohibited.
§95.143
Managing a GMRS system in an emergency.
§95.171
Station operator duties.
§95.179
Individuals who may be station operators.
§95.181
Permissible communications.
§95.183
Prohibited communications.
Appendix
Appendix A to Subpart A of Part 95—Locations Where GMRS Is Regulated by the FCC
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Subpart B—FAMILY RADIO SERVICE (FRS)

General Provisions

§95.191
(FRS Rule 1) Eligibility and responsibility.
§95.192
(FRS Rule 2) Authorized locations.
§95.193
(FRS Rule 3) Types of communications.
§95.194
(FRS Rule 4) FRS units.
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Subpart C—RADIO CONTROL (R/C) RADIO SERVICE

General Provisions

§95.201
(R/C Rule 1) What is the Radio Control (R/C) Radio Service?
§95.202
(R/C Rule 2) How do I use these rules?
§95.203
(R/C Rule 3) Am I eligible to operate an R/C station?
§95.204
(R/C Rule 4) Do I need a license?
§95.205
(R/C Rule 5) Where may I operate my R/C station?
§95.206
(R/C Rule 6) Are there any special restrictions on the location of my R/C station?

How To Operate an R/C Station

§95.207
(R/C Rule 7) On what channels may I operate?
§95.208
(R/C Rule 8) How high may I put my antenna?
§95.209
(R/C Rule 9) What equipment may I use at my R/C station?
§95.210
(R/C Rule 10) How much power may I use?
§95.211
(R/C Rule 11) What communications may be transmitted?
§95.212
(R/C Rule 12) What communications are prohibited?
§95.213
(R/C Rule 13) May I be paid to use my R/C station?
§95.214
(R/C Rule 14) Who is responsible for R/C communications I make?
§95.215
(R/C Rule 15) Do I have to limit the length of my communications?
§95.216
(R/C Rule 16) Do I identify my R/C communications?
§95.217
(R/C Rule 17) May I operate my R/C station transmitter by remote control?

Other Things You Need To Know

§95.218
(R/C Rule 18) What are the penalties for violating these rules?
§95.219
(R/C Rule 19) How do I answer correspondence from the FCC?
§95.220
(R/C Rules 20) What must I do if the FCC tells me that my R/C station is causing interference?
§95.221
(R/C Rule 21) How do I have my R/C transmitter serviced?
§95.222
(R/C Rule 22) May I make any changes to my R/C station transmitter?
§95.223
(R/C Rule 23) Do I have to make my R/C station available for inspection?
§95.224
(R/C Rule 24) What are my station records?
§95.225
(R/C Rule 25) How do I contact the FCC?
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Subpart D—CITIZENS BAND (CB) RADIO SERVICE

General Provisions

§95.401
(CB Rule 1) What are the Citizens Band Radio Services?
§95.402
(CB Rule 2) How do I use these rules?
§95.403
(CB Rule 3) Am I eligible to operate a CB station?
§95.404
(CB Rule 4) Do I need a license?
§95.405
(CB Rule 5) Where may I operate my CB station?
§95.406
(CB Rule 6) Are there any special restrictions on the location of my CB station?

How To Operate a CB Station

§95.407
(CB Rule 7) On what channels may I operate?
§95.408
(CB Rule 8) How high may I put my antenna?
§95.409
(CB Rule 9) What equipment may I use at my CB station?
§95.410
(CB Rule 10) How much power may I use?
§95.411
(CB Rule 11) May I use power amplifiers?
§95.412
(CB Rule 12) What communications may be transmitted?
§95.413
(CB Rule 13) What communications are prohibited?
§95.414
(CB Rule 14) May I be paid to use my CB station?
§95.415
(CB Rule 15) Who is responsible for communications I make?
§95.416
(CB Rule 16) Do I have to limit the length of my communications?
§95.417
(CB Rule 17) Do I identify my CB communications?
§95.418
(CB Rule 18) How do I use my CB station in an emergency or to assist a traveler?
§95.419
(CB Rule 19) May I operate my CB station transmitter by remote control?
§95.420
(CB Rule 20) May I connect my CB station transmitter to a telephone?

Other Things You Need To Know

§95.421
(CB Rule 21) What are the penalties for violating these rules?
§95.422
(CB Rule 22) How do I answer correspondence from the FCC?
§95.423
(CB Rule 23) What must I do if the FCC tells me that my CB station is causing interference?
§95.424
(CB Rule 24) How do I have my CB station transmitter serviced?
§95.425
(CB Rule 25) May I make any changes to my CB station transmitter?
§95.426
(CB Rule 26) Do I have to make my CB station available for inspection?
§95.427
(CB Rule 27) What are my station records?
§95.428
(CB Rule 28) How do I contact the FCC?
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Subpart E—TECHNICAL REGULATIONS

General Provisions

§95.601
Basis and purpose.
§95.603
Certification required.
§95.605
Certification procedures.
§95.607
CB transmitter modification.

Technical Standards

§95.621
GMRS transmitter channel frequencies.
§95.623
R/C transmitter channel frequencies.
§95.625
CB transmitter channel frequencies.
§95.626
FRS unit channel frequencies.
§95.627
MedRadio transmitters in the 401-406 MHz band.
§95.628
MedRadio transmitters in the 413-419 MHz, 426-432 MHz, 438-444 MHz, and 451-457 MHz and 2360-2400 MHz bands.
§95.629
LPRS transmitter frequencies.
§95.630
WMTS Transmitter frequencies.
§95.631
Emission types.
§95.632
MURS transmitter frequencies.
§95.633
Emission bandwidth.
§95.635
Unwanted radiation.
§95.637
Modulation standards.
§95.639
Maximum transmitter power.

Certification Requirements

§95.643
DSRCS-OBU certification.
§95.645
Control accessibility.
§95.647
FRS unit and R/C transmitter antennas.
§95.649
Power capability.
§95.651
Crystal control required.
§95.653
Instructions and warnings.
§95.655
Frequency capability.

Additional Certification Requirements for CB Transmitters

§95.665
[Reserved]
§95.667
CB transmitter power.
§95.669
External controls.
§95.671
Serial number.
§95.673
Copy of rules.
Appendix
Appendix 1 to Subpart E of Part 95—Glossary of Terms
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Subpart F—218-219 MHZ SERVICE

General Provisions

§95.801
Scope.
§95.803
218-219MHz Service description.
§95.805
Permissible communications.
§95.807
Requesting regulatory status.

System License Requirements

§95.811
License requirements.
§95.812
License term.
§95.813
Eligibility.
§95.815
License application.
§95.816
Competitive bidding proceedings.
§95.819
License transferability.
§95.823
Geographic partitioning and spectrum disaggregation.

System Requirements

§95.831
Service requirements.
§95.833
Construction requirements.
§95.835
Station identification.
§95.837
Station inspection.

Technical Standards

§95.851
Certification.
§95.853
Frequency segments.
§95.855
Transmitter effective radiated power limitation.
§95.857
Emission standards.
§95.859
Antennas.
§95.861
Interference.
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Subpart G—LOW POWER RADIO SERVICE (LPRS)

General Provisions

§95.1001
Eligibility.
§95.1003
Authorized locations.
§95.1005
Station identification.
§95.1007
Station inspection.
§95.1009
Permissible communications.
§95.1011
Channel use policy.
§95.1013
Antennas.
§95.1015
Disclosure policies.
§95.1017
Labeling requirements.
§95.1019
Marketing limitations.
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Subpart H—WIRELESS MEDICAL TELEMETRY SERVICE (WMTS)

General Provisions

§95.1101
Scope.
§95.1103
Definitions.
§95.1105
Eligibility.
§95.1107
Authorized locations.
§95.1109
Equipment authorization requirement.
§95.1111
Frequency coordination.
§95.1113
Frequency coordinator.
§95.1115
General technical requirements.
§95.1117
Types of communications.
§95.1119
Specific requirements for wireless medical telemetry devices operating in the 608-614 MHz band.
§95.1121
Specific requirements for wireless medical telemetry devices operating in the 1395-1400 and 1427-1432 MHz bands.
§95.1123
Protection of medical equipment.
§95.1125
RF safety.
§95.1127
Station identification.
§95.1129
Station inspection.
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Subpart I—MEDICAL DEVICE RADIOCOMMUNICATION SERVICE (MEDRADIO)

§95.1201
Eligibility.
§95.1203
Authorized locations.
§95.1205
Station identification.
§95.1207
Station inspection.
§95.1209
Permissible communications.
§95.1211
Channel use policy.
§95.1213
Antennas.
§95.1215
Disclosure policies.
§95.1217
Labeling requirements.
§95.1219
Marketing limitations.
§95.1221
RF exposure.
§95.1223
Registration and frequency coordination in the 2360-2390 MHz Band.
§95.1225
Frequency coordinator.
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Subpart J—MULTI-USE RADIO SERVICE (MURS)

General Provisions

§95.1301
Eligibility.
§95.1303
Authorized locations.
§95.1305
Station identification.
§95.1307
Permissible communications.
§95.1309
Channel use policy.
§95.1311
Repeater operations and signal boosters prohibited.
§95.1313
Interconnection prohibited.
§95.1315
Antenna height restriction.
§95.1317
Grandfathered MURS Stations.
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Subpart K—PERSONAL LOCATOR BEACONS (PLB)

§95.1400
Basis and purpose.
§95.1401
Frequency.
§95.1402
Special requirements for 406 MHz PLBs.
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Subpart L—DEDICATED SHORT-RANGE COMMUNICATIONS SERVICE ON-BOARD UNITS (DSRCS-OBUS)

§95.1501
Scope.
§95.1503
Eligibility.
§95.1505
Authorized locations.
§95.1507
Station Identification.
§95.1509
ASTM E2213-03 DSRC Standard.
§95.1511
Frequencies available.


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