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Title 47Chapter ISubchapter APart 9


TITLE 47—Telecommunication

CHAPTER I—FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION

SUBCHAPTER A—GENERAL

PART 9—911 REQUIREMENTS

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Subpart A—PURPOSE AND DEFINITIONS

§9.1
Purpose.
§9.2
[Reserved]
§9.3
Definitions.
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Subpart B—TELECOMMUNICATIONS CARRIERS

§9.4
Obligation to transmit 911 calls.
§9.5
Transition to 911 as the universal emergency telephone number.
§9.6
Obligation for providing a permissive dialing period.
§9.7
Obligation for providing an intercept message.
§9.8
Obligation of fixed telephony providers to convey dispatchable location.
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Subpart C—COMMERCIAL MOBILE RADIO SERVICE

§9.9
Definitions.
§9.10
911 Service.
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Subpart D—INTERCONNECTED VOICE OVER INTERNET PROTOCOL SERVICES

§9.11
E911 Service.
§9.12
Access to 911 and E911 service capabilities.
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Subpart E—TELECOMMUNICATIONS RELAY SERVICES FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES

§9.13
Jurisdiction.
§9.14
Emergency calling requirements.
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Subpart F—MULTI-LINE TELEPHONE SYSTEMS

§9.15
Applicability.
§9.16
General obligations—direct 911 dialing, notification, and dispatchable location.
§9.17
Enforcement, compliance date, State law.
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Subpart G—MOBILE-SATELLITE SERVICE

§9.18
Emergency Call Center service.
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Subpart H—RESILIENCY, REDUNDANCY, AND RELIABILITY OF 911 COMMUNICATIONS

§9.19
Reliability of covered 911 service providers.
§9.20
Backup power obligations.

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