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Title 47–Telecommunications
Material Approved for Incorporation by Reference

The Director of the Federal Register has approved, under 5 U.S.C. 552(a) and 1 CFR part 51, the incorporation by reference of the following publications. Incorporations by reference found within a regulation are effective upon the effective date of that regulation. For more information on incorporation by reference, see http://www.archives.gov/federal-register/cfr/ibr-locations.html

47 CFR (PARTS 80–END)
FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION
47 CFR
American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) International
100 Barr Harbor Drive, P.O. Box C700, West Conshohocken PA 19428–2959
ASTM E 2213–03, Standard Specification for Telecommunications and Information Exchange Between Roadside and Vehicle Systems—5 GHz Band Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC) Medium Access Control (MAC) and Physical Layer (PHY) Specifications
90.375; 90.377; 90.379; 95.1509
COSPAS–SARSAT Secretariat
700 de la Gauchetiere West, Suite 2450, Montreal (Quebec) H3B 5M2 Canada; phone: +1 514 954 6761
COSPAS–SARSAT T.001, Specifications for COSPAS–SARSAT, October 2002
80.1061
COSPAS–SARSAT T.007, 406 Mhz Distress Beacon Type Approval Standard, October 2002
80.1061
Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration
Office of Airworthiness, 800 Independence Ave. SW., Washington, DC 20591
Technical Standard Order, TSO–C91a, Emergency Locator Transmitter Equipment, April 29, 1985
80.1053, 87.141
International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC)
Bureau Central de la Commission Electrotechnique Internationale, 1 rue de Varembe, Geneva, Switzerland
Documents may also be obtained from: American National Standards Institute (ANSI), 25 West 43rd Street, Fourth floor, New York, New York 10036; phone: 1 (212) 642–4900; fax: 1 (212) 398–0023; http://ansi.org/
IEC 92–101, Electrical Installations in Ships, third edition, 1980
80.1101
IEC 533, Electromagnetic Compatibility of Electrical and Electronic Installations in Ships, 1977
80.1101
IEC 945, Marine Navigational Equipment (First Edition, 1988)
80.1101
IEC 1097–1, Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS): Part 1: Radar Transponder—Marine Search and Rescue (SART)—Operational and Performance Requirements, Methods of Testing and Required Test Results, with Annexes, Edition 1.0, 1992
80.1101
IEC 1097–3, Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS): Part 3: Digital Selective Calling (DSC) Equipment—Operational and Performance Requirements, Methods of Testing and Required Testing Results, with Annexes, Edition 1.0, 1994
80.1101
IEC 1097–4, Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS): Part 4: INMARSAT–C Ship Earth Station and INMARSAT Enhanced Group Call (EGC) Equipment—Operational and Performance Requirements, Methods of Testing and Required Test Results, with Annexes, Edition 1.0, 1994
80.1101
IEC 1097–6, Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS): Part 6: Narrowband Direct–printing Telegraph Equipment for the Reception of Navigational and Meteorological Warnings and Urgent Information to Ships (NAVTEX)—Operational and Performance Requirements, Methods of Testing and Required Test Results, First Edition, 1995
80.1101
IEC 1097–7, Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS): Part 7: Shipborne VHF Radiotelephone Transmitter and Receiver—Operational and Performance Requirements, Methods of Testing and Required Test Results with Annexes, 1996
80.1101
IEC 1097–12, Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS)—Part 12: Survival Craft Portable Two–way VHF Radiotelephone Apparatus—Operational and Performance Requirements, Methods of Testing and Required Test Results, with Annexes, Edition 1.0, 1996
80.1101
IEC 60092–101, Electrical Installations in Ships—Part 101: Definitions and General Requirements, Edition 4.1, August 2002
56.60–1, 80.1101
IEC 60533, Electrical and Electronic Installations in Ships—Electromagnetic Compatibility, Second Edition, November 1999
56.60–1, 80.1101
IEC 60945, Maritime Navigation and Radiocommunication Equipment and Systems—General Requirements—Methods of Testing and Required Test Results, with Annexes, Edition 4.0, August 2002
80.1101
IEC 61097–13, Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS)—Part 13: INMARSAT F77 Ship Earth Station Equipment—Operational and Performance Requirements, Methods of Testing and Required Test Results, First Edition, May 2003
80.1101
IEC 61097–5, Edition 1.0: Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS) Part 5: INMARSAT–E–Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon (EPIRB) Operating through the INMARSAT System—Operational and Performance Requirements, Methods of Testing, and Required Test Results, with Annexes A, B, and C, 1997
80.1063; 80.1101
IEC 61097–8, Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS) Part 8: Shipborne Watchkeeping Receivers for the Reception of Digital Selective Calling (DSC) in the Maritime MF, MF/HF, and VHF Bands, Operational and Performance Requirements, Methods of Testing and Required Test Results, with Annexes, Edition 1.0, September 1998
80.1101
IEC 61097–9, Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS) Part 9: Shipborne Transmitters and Receivers for Use in the MF and HF Bands Suitable for Telephony, Digital Selective Calling (DSC) and Narrow Band Direct Printing (NBDP), Operational and Performance Requirements, Methods of Testing and Required Test Results, with Annexes, Edition 1.0, December 1997
80.1101
IEC 61097–10, Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS) Part 10: Inmarsat–B Ship–Earth Station Equipment: Operational and Performance Requirements, Methods of Testing and Required Test Results, with Annexes, Edition 1.0, June 1999
80.1101
IEC 61162–1, Maritime Navigation and Radiocommunication Equipment and Systems—Digital Interfaces—Part 1: Single Talker and Multiple Listeners, Second edition, July 2000
80.1063; 80.1101
IEC 61162–100, Maritime Navigation and Radiocommunication Equipment and Systems—Digital Interfaces—Part 100: Single Talker and Multiple Listeners—Extra Requirements to IEC 61162–1 for the UAIS, Edition 1.0, April 2002
80.1063; 80.1101
IEC 61993–2, Maritime Navigation and Radiocommunication Equipment and Systems—Automatic Identification Systems (AIS)—Part 2: “Class A Shipborne Equipment of the Universal Automatic Identification System (AIS)—Operational and Performance Requirements, Methods of Test and Required Test Results,” with Annexes, December 2001
80.1063; 80.1101
IEC 62238, Maritime Navigation and Radiocommunication Equipment and Systems—VHF Radiotelephone Equipment Incorporating Class "D" Digital Selective Calling (DSC)—Methods of Testing and Required Test Results, First Edition, March 2003
80.225
International Maritime Organization (IMO) (formerly Inter–Governmental Maritime Consultative Organization)
Attn: Publications, 4 Albert Embankment, London SE1 7SR, England Telephone: 0171–587 3210; FAX: 0171–587 3210; Telex: 23588. Purchase from: IMO Sales, New York Nautical Instrument and Service Corp., 140 W. Broadway, New York, NY 10013. Telephone: (212) 962–4522; FAX: (212) 406–8420
IMO A.525(13), Performance Standards for Narrow–band Direct Printing Telegraph Equipment for the Reception of Navigational and Meteorological Warnings and Urgent Information to Ships, adopted 17 November 1983
80.905; 80.1101
IMO A.604(15), Performance Standards for Survival Craft Radar Transponders for Use in Search and Rescue Operations, adopted 19 November 1987
80.1101
IMO A.605(15), Performance Standards for Survival Craft Two–way VHF Radiotelephone Apparatus, adopted 19 November 1987
80.1101
IMO A.609(15), Performance Standards for Shipborne VHF Radio Installations Capable of Voice Communication and Digital Selective Calling, adopted 19 November 1987
80.1101
IMO A.610(15), Performance Standards for Shipborne MF Radio Installations Capable of Voice Communication and Digital Selective Calling, adopted 19 November 1987
80.1101
IMO A.611(15), Performance Standards for Float–free Satellite Emergency Position–indicating Radio Beacons Operating on 406 MHz, adopted 19 November 1987
80.1101
IMO A.613(15), Performance Standards for Shipborne MF/HF Radio Installations Capable of Voice Communication, Narrow–band Direct Printing and Digital Selective Calling, adopted 19 November 1987
80.1101
IMO A.662(16), “Performance Standards for Float–free Release and Activation Arrangements for Emergency Radio Equipment,” with Annex, adopted on 19 October 1989
80.1101
IMO A.663(16), Performance Standards for INMARSAT Standard–C Ship Earth Stations Capable of Transmitting and Receiving Direct–printing Communications, adopted 19 October 1989
80.1101
IMO A.664(16), Performance Standards for Enhanced Group Call Equipment, adopted 19 October 1989
80.1101
IMO A.694(17), General Requirements for Shipborne Radio Equipment Forming Part of the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System and for Electronic Navigational Aids, dated 25 November 1991
80.1101
IMO A.698(17), Performance Standards for Ship Earth Stations Capable of Two–way Communications, dated 25 November 1991
80.1101
IMO Circular MSC/Circ.1040, Guidlines on Annual Testing of 406MHz Satellite EPIRBs, and Annex, May 28, 2002
80.1085
IMO MSC.36(63), IMO MSC.36(63): International Code of Safety for High–Speed Craft, May 20, 1994
80.273
IMO Resolution A.801(19), (Annex 5): Criteria for Use When Providing INMARSAT Shore–based Facilities for Use in the GMDSS, adopted November 23, 1995
80.1091
IMO Resolution A.802(19): Performance Standards for Survival Craft Radar Transponders for Use in Search and Rescue Operations, with Annex, adopted November 23, 1995
80.1101
IMO Resolution A.803(19): Performance Standards for Shipborne VHF Radio Installations Capable of Voice Communication and Digital Selective Calling, with Annex, adopted November 23, 1995, as amended by IMO Resolution MSC.68(68): “Adoption of Amendments to Performance Standards for Shipborne Radiocommunication Equipment,” GMDSS Terrestrial Communications—1.1(c), adopted June 6, 1997
80.1101
IMO Resolution 804(19): “Performance Standards for Shipborne MF Radio Installations Capable of Voice Communication and Digital Selective Calling,” with Annex, adopted November 23, 1995, as amended by IMO Resolution MSC.68(68): “Adoption of Amendments to Performance Standards for Shipborne Radiocommunication Equipment,” GMDSS Terrestrial Communications—1.2(c), adopted June 6, 1997
80.1101
IMO Resolution A.806(19): Performance Standards for Shipborne MF/HF Radio Installations Capable of Voice Communication, Narrow–band Direct Printing and Digital Selective Calling, with Annex, adopted November 23, 1995, as amended by IMO Resolution MSC.68(68): “Adoption of Amendments to Performance Standards for Shipborne Radiocommunication Equipment,” GMDSS Terrestrial Communications—1.3(c), adopted June 6, 1997
80.1101
IMO Resolution A.807(19): Performance Standards for INMARSAT–C Ship Earth Stations Capable of Transmitting and Receiving Direct–Printing Communications, with Annex, adopted November 23, 1995, as amended by IMO Resolution MSC.68(68): “Adoption of Amendments to Performance Standards for Shipborne Radiocommunication Equipment,” Satellite Communications—2.3(c), adopted June 6, 1997
80.1101
IMO Resolution A.808(19): Performance Standards for Ship Earth Stations Capable of Two–Way Communications, with Annex, adopted November 23, 1995
80.1101
IMO Resolution A.809(19): Performance Standards for Survival Craft Two–way VHF Radiotelephone Apparatus, including Annexes, adopted November 23, 1995
80.1101
IMO Resolution A.810(19): Performance Standards for Float–free Satellite Emergency Position–Indicating Radio Beacons (EPIRBs) Operating on 406 MHz, with Annex, adopted November 23, 1995
80.1101
IMO Resolution A.811(19): Performance Standards for a Shipborne Integrated Radiocommunication System (IRCS) When Used in the GMDSS, with Annex, adopted November 23, 1995
80.1083
IMO Resolution A.812(19): Performance Standards for Float–free Satellite Emergency Position–Indicating Radio Beacons Operating through the Geostationary INMARSAT Satellite System on 1.6 GHz, with Annex: “Recommendation on Performance,” adopted November 23, 1995
80.1101
IMO Resolution A.888(21): Criteria for the Provision of Mobile Satellite Communication Systems in the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS), with Annex, adopted November 25, 1999
80.1091
IMO Resolution MSC.64(67): 11/3.1(c) Adoption of New and Amended Performance Standards, Annex 4,Recommendation on Performance Standards for Radar Equipment, December 2, 1996
80.273
IMO Resolution MSC.74(69): Adoption of New and Amended Performance Standards, Annex 3: “Recommendation on Performance Standards for a Universal Shipborne Automatic Identification System (AIS),” adopted May 12, 1998
80.1063; 80.1101
IMO Resolution MSC.80(70): Adoption of New Performance Standards for Radiocommunications Equipment, with Annexes, adopted December 8, 1998
80.1101
IMO Resolution A.477 (XII): Regulation 12, Chapter V of the Safety Convention and with the Provisions of Inter–Governmental Maritime Consultative Organization (IMCO)[now International Maritime Organization] Resolution A.477 (XII), Title: “Performance Standards for Radar Equipment,“ with Annex, adopted November 19, 1981
80.273
International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
Documents may be obtained from: American National Standards Institute (ANSI), 25 West 43rd Street, 4th Floor, New York, NY 10036; http://webstore.ansi.org/ansidocstore/default.asp
ISO Standard 3791, Office Machines and Data Processing Equipment–keyboard Layouts for Numeric Applications, First edition, 1976(E)
80.1101
International Radio Consultative Committee (CCIR)
Purchase copies from: International Telecommunications Union (ITU), Place des Nations, CH–1211 Geneva 20, Switzerland
CCIR 476–4, Direct–printing Telegraph Equipment in the Maritime Mobile Service, 1986
80.1101
CCIR 493–4, Digital Selective–calling System for Use in the Maritime Mobile Service, 1990
80.1101
CCIR 540–2, Operational and Technical Characteristics for an Automated Direct–printing Telegraph System for Promulgation of Navigational and Meteorological Warnings and Urgent Information to Ships, 1990
80.1101
CCIR 625–1, Direct–printing Telegraph Equipment Employing Automatic Identification in the Maritime Mobile Service, 1990
80.1101
CCIR 628–1, Technical Characteristics for Search and Rescue Radar Transponders, 1990
80.1101
CCIR 633–1, Transmission Characteristics of a Satellite Emergency Position–indicating Radiobeacon (Satellite EPIRB) System Operating Through a Low Polar–orbiting Satellite System in the 406 MHz Band, 1990
80.1101
International Telecommunications Union (ITU)
Place des Nations, CH–1211 Geneva 20, Switzerland
ITU Radio Recommendations: Volume 2, Appendices, Appendix 3, Edition of 2004, 2004
80.273
ITU–R Recommendation M.476–5: Direct–Printing Telegraph Equipment in the Maritime Mobile Service, with Annex, 1995
80.207, 80.219, 80.225, 80.1101
ITU–R Recommendation M.492–6: Operational Procedures for the Use of Direct–Printing Telegraph Equipment in the Maritime Mobile Service, with Annex, 1995
80.142
ITU–R Recommendation M.493–10: Digital Selective–Calling System for Use in the Maritime Mobile Service with Annexes, 2000
80.5, 80.179, 80.225, 80.1101, 80.1113
ITU–R Recommendation M.493–11: Digital Selective–Calling System for Use in the Maritime Mobile Service, including Annexes 1 and 2, 2004
80.1101, 80.1113, 80.179, 80.225, 80.5
ITU–R Recommendation M.540–2: Operational and Technical Characteristics for an Automated Direct–printing Telegraph System for Promulgation of Navigational and Meteorological Warnings and Urgent Information to Ships, including Annexes, 1990
80.905, 80.1101
ITU–R Recommendation M.541–8: Operational Procedures for the Use of Digital Selective–Calling Equipment in the Maritime Mobile Service, with Annexes, 1997
80.5, 80.103, 80.179, 80.359, 80.1101, 80.1117
ITU–R Recommendation M.541–9: Operational Procedures for the Use of Digital Selective–Calling Equipment in the Maritime Mobile Service, including Annexes 1 through 5, 2004
80.103, 80.1101, 80.1113, 80.1117, 80.179, 80.359, 80.5
ITU–R Recommendation M.625–3: Direct–Printing Telegraph Equipment Employing Automatic Identification in the Maritime Mobile Service, with Annex, 1995
80.207, 80.219, 80.225, 80.1101, 80.1125, 80.1127, 80.1131, 80.1133
ITU–R Recommendation M.628–3: Technical Characteristics for Search and Rescue Radar Transponders, with Annexes, 1994
80.1101, 80.1129
ITU–R Recommendation M.632–3: Transmission Characteristics of a Satellite Emergency Position–Indicating Radio Beacon Satellite (Satellite EPIRB) System Operating Through Geostationary Satellites in the 1.6 GHz Band, 1997
80.1101
ITU–R Recommendation M.633–2: Transmission Chracteristics of a Satellite Emergency Position–indicating Radiobeacon (Satellite EPIRB) System Operating Through a Low Polar–orbiting Satellite System in the 406 MHz Band, 2000
80.1101
ITU–R Recommendation M.633–3: Transmission Chracteristics of a Satellite Emergency Position–Indicating Radio Beacon (Satellite EPIRB) System Operating Through a Satellite System in the 406 MHz Band, 2004
80.1101
ITU–R Recommendation M.824–2: Technical Parameters of Radar Beacons (RACONS), with Annexes, 1995
80.605
ITU–R Recommendation M.1177–3: Techniques for Measurement of Unwanted Emissions of Radar Systems, 2003
80.273
ITU–R Recommendation M.1371–1: Technical Characteristics for a Universal Shipborne Automatic Identification System Using Time Division Multiple Access in the VHF Maritime Mobile Band, with Annexes, August 2001
80.1063; 80.1101
ITU–T Recommendation E.161: Arrangement of Digits, Letters and Symbols on Telephones and Other Devices that can be Used for Gaining Access to a Telephone Network, 1993
80.1101
ITU–T Recommendation E.164.1: Series E: Overall Network Operation, Telephone Service, Service Operation and Human Factors; Operation, Numbering, Routing and Mobile Services–––International Operation–––Numbering Plan of the International Telephone Service: Criteria and Procedures for the Reservation, Assignment, and Reclamation of E.164 Country Codes and Associated Identification Codes (ICs), March 1998
80.1101
International Telegraph and Telephone Consultative Committee (CCITT)
Purchase copies from: International Telecommunications Union (ITU), Place des Nations, CH–1211 Geneva 20, Switzerland
CCITT E.161, Arrangement of Figures, Letters and Symbols on Telephones and Other Devices that Can Be Used for Gaining Access to a Telephone Network, 1989
80.1101
CCITT Q.11, Numbering Plan for the International Telephone Service, 1989
80.1101
Radio Technical Commission for Aeronautics
One McPherson Square, 1425 K Street NW., Washington, DC 20005
Minimum Operational Performance Standards 406 MHz Emergency Locator Transmitters (ELT), Document No. RTCA/DO–204, dated September 29, 1989
87.199(a)
Radio Technical Commission for Maritime Services
1800 North Kent Street, Suite 1060, Arlington, VA 22209
Volume 11 of RTCM Special Committee No. 65 Final Report; Part 11. Title: “Performance Specifications For a General Purpose Navigational Radar Set for Oceangoing Ships of 1,600 Tons Gross Tonnage and Upwards for Ships Already Fitted”. Document approved by RTCM July 18, 1978
80.273
Volume 11 of RTCM Special Committee No. 65 Final Report with Change 1 Entered; Part 1 including Appendix A. Title: “Performance Specification For a General Purpose Navigational Radar Set For Oceangoing Ships of 1,600 Tons Gross Tonnage and Upwards for New Radar Installations”. Title of Appendix A: “General Purpose Shipborne Navigational Radar Set For Oceangoing Ships—Design and Testing Specifications”. Document approved by RTCM July 18, 1978; Effective as an FCC requirement April 27, 1981
80.273
RTCM Paper 133–87/SC103–33, including Appendix A: “RTCM Recommended Performance Specification for a General Purpose Navigational Radar Set for Oceangoing Ships of 500 Gross Tons and Upwards for New Radar Installations.” Title of Appendix A: “General Purpose Shipborne Navigational Radar Set for Oceangoing Ships Design and Testing Specifications,” approved by RTCM August 15, 1985; Revised May 15, 1987
80.273
RTCM Paper 56–95/SC101–STD, “RTCM Recommended Minimum Standards for Digital Selective Calling (DSC) Equipment Providing Minimum Distress and Safety Capability,” Version 1.0, dated August 10, 1995
80.225
RTCM Paper 76–2002/SC110–STD, “RTCM Recommended Standards for 406 MHz Satellite Personal Locator Beacons (PLBs),” Version 1.1, dated June 19, 2002
95.1402
RTCM Paper 77–02/SC110–STD, “RTCM Recommended Standards for 406 MHz Satellite Emergency Position–Indicating Radiobeacons (EPIRBs),” Version 2.1, dated June 20, 2002
80.1061
RTCM Paper 110–2004/SC110–STD: “RTCM Standard 11020.0 for Ship Security Alert Systems (SSAS) Using the COSPAS–SARSAT Satellite System, ”Version 1.0, dated June 4, 2004
80.277
RCTM Paper 133–87/SC 103–33, dated May 15, 1987, entitled “RCTM Recommended Performance Specification for a General Purpose Navigational Radar Set for Oceangoing Ships of 500 Gross Tons and Upwards for New Radar Installations”, including Appendix A, entitled “General Purpose Shipborne Navigational Radar Set for Oceangoing Ships—Design and Testing Specifications”
80.273
RTCM Standard 11000.2: “RTCM Paper 77–2002/SC110–STD, 406 MHz Satellite Emergency Position–Indicating Radiobeacons (EPRIRBs), ”Version 2.1, dated June 20, 2002
80.1061
Telecommunications Industry Association
2500 Wilson Boulevard, Arlington, VA 22201
ANSI/TIA/EIA 102.AAAA–A–2001: Project 25 DES Encryption Protocol, Approved January 23, 2001
90.553
ANSI/TIA/EIA 102.BAAA–1998: Project 25 FDMA Common Air Interface New Technology Standards Project Digital Radio Technical Standards, approved April 15, 1998
90.548(a)(1); 90.548(a)(2)
ANSI/TIA/EIA 102.BABA–1998: Project 25 Vocoder Description, Approved May 5, 1998
90.548
ANSI/TIA/EIA 102.BAEB: Project 25 Packet Data Specification—New Technology Standards Project—Digital Radio Technical Standards, Approved March 3, 2000
90.548
ANSI/TIA/EIA 102.BAEE: Project 25 Radio Control Protocol (RCP)—New Technology Standards Project—Digital Radio Technical Standards, Approved March 3, 2000
90.548
ANSI/TIA/EIA 102.BAEA–2000: Project 25 Data Overview—New Technology Standards Project—Digital Radio Technical Standards, approved March 3, 2000
90.548
47 CFR PART 300
NATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
National Telecommunications and Information Administration
U.S. Department of Commerce, 1401 Constitution Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20230
Documents may be inspected at the Office of the Program Manager, Spectrum Openness Program, Room 4092, 14th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, DC 20230
NTIA Manual of Regulations and Procedures for Federal Radio Frequency Management, May 1992, as revised through June 1993; available from: Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402, Telephone 202–512–1800
300.1


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