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Broadcast stations. See Radio broadcast services.
Bus radio service, (motor carrier), 47 $$ 16.251-16.257
Cable communications and companies:
Cable Landing License Act, applications under, for Presidential license for

landing or operation of submarine cables or for consent to transfer

of such license, 47 Part 1, Appendix 1 Ocean-cable carriers; regulations. See Telephone and telegraph common

carriers. Call signs, allocation and use of:

See also specific stations or services.

General regulations, 47 $ $ 2.302, 2.303 Canada : Convention between United States and Canada, relating to radio operation

by amateurs in both countries, 47 Part 12, Appendix 4
Great Lakes Agreement, for promotion of safety on Lakes by means of radio.

See Maritime radio services: shipboard stations.
Radio station licensees in; application for registration and permit to oper-

ate in United States (Form 410), 47 $ 1.310 Candidates for public office, radio and television broadcasts by, 47 $$ 3.120,

3.290, 3.590, 3.657 Cease and desist orders, issuance of, 47 $ 1.402 Citizens radio service, to provide for private short-distance radio communica

tion, radio signaling, and control of objects by radio, 47 Part 19
Applications and licenses, 47 $ $ 19.11-19.21
Basis and purpose, 47 § 19.1
Citizenship restrictions, 47 $ 19.3
Definitions, 47 g 19.2
Equipment, type approval of, (submission of equipment, minimum specifica-

tions, test procedure and certificates of type approval, etc.), 47 $ $ 19.41–

19.45 Operating requirements (operation and inspection of stations, remote con

trol, location, assignment of frequencies, permissible and emergency communications, identification of station, false signals, etc.), 47

$ $ 19.51-19.66 Technical specifications (frequencies and frequency tolerance, modulation,

power, emissions, bands, technical measurements), 47 $$ 19.31-19.38 Civil Air Patrol stations; licenses, frequencies, etc., 47 $$ 9.3, 9.911-9.914 Civil defense:

See also National defense.
Amateur civil emergency radio service, 47 $$ 12.200–12.257
Certification of civil defense radio officer, (Form 482), 47 $ 1.335
Civil Air Patrol stations, 47 $ $ 9.35, 9.911-9.914
CONELRAD plan of station operation in case of air attack:

Amateur radio service, 47 $$ 12.190-12.196
Aviation stations and services, applicability to, 47 $$ 9.1201-9.1205
Drills, 47 $$ 3.970, 3.971
Public safety radio services, 47 $ 10.166
Standard, FM, and television broadcast stations, 47 $ $ 3.901–3.971

Drills, 47 $ 3.970–3.971
Classes of radio stations; station symbols, 47 g 2.101
Coastal stations:

In Alaska; frequencies, 47 $$ Part 14

In maritime service. See Maritime radio services: land stations.
Commercial radio operator license, application for, 47 $$ 1.329, 1.375, 13.11
Commercial radio operators, 47 Part 13
Applications:
Exhibiting signed copy of, when duplicate or replacement license re-

quested, 47 § 13.72
Radiotelegraph first class, special provisions, 47 $ 13.12

Submission of, 47 $ 13.11
Authority of operator, scope of, 47 $8 13.61–13.70
Code tests, 47 $$ 13.41-13.45
Endorsement of service record, 47 $$ 13.91–13.94

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Commercial radio operators, 47 Part 13—Continued
Examinations; elements, form of writing, passing mark, additional re-

quirements, reexamination, etc., 47 $$ 13.21–13.28
Licenses; classes, term of, posting of, issue of duplicate or replacement li-

censes, etc., 47 $ $ 13.1-13.6, 13.71–13.75 Application for license. See Applications. Logs, or records of service and maintenance duties performed, 47 $ 13.75

Place of duty, 47 $ 13.7 Common carriers: Motor carrier radio service (buses, urban transit, trucks, etc.), and rail

roads. See Land transportation radio services. Telephone and telegraph companies. See Telephone and telegraph com

mon carriers. Vessels. See Vessels. CONELRAD plan of radio broadcast station operation in case of enemy air

attack, etc. See Civil defense. Confidential information; secrecy concerning radio communications received

by ship stations or other stations in maritime service, 47 $$ 7.173, 8.174 Construction activities; building and heavy construction, radio service for, 47

$S 11.504, 11.505 Contracts, filing of, by radio broadcast licensees and permittees, 47 $ 1.342 Cooperation between Federal and State commissions, agencies, etc.; communica

tions carriers subject to one or more State public utilities commissions,

regulations respecting, 47 Part 1, Appendix 2 Developmental broadcast stations. See Experimental and auxiliary broadcast

services; and Experimental radio services. Developmental operations, by various radio services:

See also Experimental and auxiliary broadcast services.
Experimental radio services, research and development, 47 $8 5.201–5.204,

5.251-5.255
Industrial services, 47 $$ 11.201-11.208
Land transportation services, 47 $ $ 16.201-16.208
Maritime services:

Coastal stations, 47 $ $ 7.501-7.507

Shipboard stations, 47 $$ 8.431-8.437
Public safety radio services, 47 $ $ 10.201-10.208
Diathermy equipment, medical. See Radiation services and devices.
Disaster communications service, 47 Part 20

Basis and purpose, 47 $ 20.1
Definitions, 47 $ $ 20.2–20.9
License or authorization of station, 47 $ $ 20.11-20.15
Operating requirements, 47 $ $ 20.29–20.35

Equipment requirements, 47 $ 20.33
Frequencies, 47 $ $ 20.29, 20.31
Liaison with licensees in industrial radiolocation service, 47 $ 20.30
Licenses, station and operator, availability of, 47 $ 20.35
Operator requirements, 47 $ 20.34

Transmitting power, 47 $ 20.32
Use of stations, 47 $ $ 20.21–20.26

Activation of stations, 47 $ 20.21
Communications:

Permissible communications, 47 $ 20.24

Points of communications, 47 $ 20.22
Identification (call signs, etc.), 47 $ 20.25
Automatic operation, exemption respecting use of call signs, 47

$ 20.25 (c)
Limitations on use, 47 $ 20.23

Logs; requirements regarding keeping of radio station logs, 47 $ 20.26 Disasters (floods, hurricanes, earthquakes, and other disasters):

See also Disaster communications service; and Distress calls.
Citizens radio service; use for emergency communications during disasters,

47 $ 19.60
Civil defense. See Civil defense.
Communications during disasters, 47 & 2.405

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Maritime service; operation during disaster emergency, 47 $ $ 7.48, 7.73,

8.42, 8.75, 8.173
Public radiocommunication stations, operation of, during emergencies, 47

$ 6.512 Public safety emergency radio services, 47 $ $ 10.1(f), 10.164, 10.451-10.462 Distress calls, by aircraft or vessels, etc.; priority, control, retransmission, etc.,

of distress messages: Alaska area; fixed or maritime mobile services, 47 $ 14.101, 14.254 Coastal or shipboard stations in maritime radio service, transmission, etc.,

by 47 $ $ 7.7, 7.178–7.188, 7.214, 7.305, 7.314, 7.366, 7.370, 7.458, 7.477, 8.6, 8.61, 8.115, 8.172, 8.176, 8.177, 8.201–8.241, 8.271–8.277, 8.322, 8.330, 8.352,

8.358, 8.359, 8.368, 8.401 General regulations, 47 $ $ 2.401–2.404 Domestic public land mobile services, 47 $ $ 6.101–6.603 Educational broadcast stations, FM, noncommercial. See Radio broadcast

services.
Electric power. See Power radio service.
Emergencies:

Automobiles, disabled; emergency radio service, 47 $ $ 16.501-16.504
Civil defense services. See Civil defense.
Disasters (floods, earthquakes, etc.). See Disasters.
Distress calls, by aircraft or vessels. See Distress calls.
Equipment and radio installations on ships for emergency and safety pur-

poses, 47 $ $ 8.201-207, 8.501-8.559
National emergency; service to government agencies in connection with,

special authorizations, 47 $$ 2.406, 2.407 Public safety, emergency communications in connection with, 47 $ $ 10.451

10.462 Emissions:

See also specific stations and services.

General regulations, 47 $ $ 2.201, 2.202 Employees of telephone and telegraph companies. See Telephone and telegraph

common carriers. Enemy air attack, etc., CONELRAD plan of radio broadcast station operation

in case of, 47 $$ 3.901–3.971, 9.1201-9.1905, 10.166, 12.190–12.196 Engineering field activities (geophysical, geological, antenna sites, field intensity

surveys, etc.); radio services for, 47 $ 11.510 Engineering field offices and monitoring stations, location of, 47 $$ 7.601, 8.801 Equipment, type approval, etc.:

See also specific stations and services.

General regulations, 47 $ $ 2.501–2.543
Experimental and auxiliary broadcast services, 47 Part 4

See also Experimental radio services.
Administrative procedure; applications, construction permits, equipment

and program tests, licenses, etc., 47 $ $ 4.11-4.23
Auxiliary television broadcast stations. See Television auxiliary broadcast

stations.
Broadcast services covered; list, 47 $ 4.1
Developmental broadcast stations, 47 $ $ 4.301-4.384
Administrative procedure, 47 $$ 4.311-4.313

See also Administrative procedure, above.

Supplementary statements and reports, 47 $$ 4.312, 4.313
Definition, 47 $ 4.301
Equipment changes, 47 $ 4.351
Frequency assignment, 47 $ 4.302
Licensing policies; necessary showing, power limitations, emission au-

thorized, 47 $ $ 4.331-4.333
Operation, 47 $$ 4.381-4.384

See also Technical operation.
Announcements required, 47 $$ 4.382, 4.383
Charges prohibited, 47 $ 4.382
Identification of station, 47 $ 4.383
Program service, 47 g 4.382

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Experimental and auxiliary broadcast services, 47 Part 4Continued
Developmental broadcast stations, 47 $$ 4.301-4.384Continued
Operation, 47 $$ 4.381-4.384—Continued

Rebroadcasts, 47 $ 4.384

Records of operation, 47 & 4.381
Technical operation; frequency tolerance, time of operation, inspection

of station and certain equipment, posting of license, operator re

quirements, etc., 47 $ $ 4.361-4.368
Experimental television broadcast stations. See Television experimental

broadcast stations.
Facsimile broadcast stations, experimental, 47 $ $ 4.201_4.284
Administrative procedure, 47 $$ 4.211-4.213

See also Administrative procedure, above.

Supplementary statements and reports, 47 $ $ 4.212, 4.213
Definitions, 47 $ 4.201
Equipment changes, 47 $ 4.251
Frequency assignment, 47 $ 4.202
Licensing policies; requirements, power limitations, emission, multiple

ownership, 47 $$ 4.231-4.234
Operation, 47 88 4.281-4.284

See also Technical operation.
Charges for transmission of programs, 47 $ 4.282
Identification of station, 47 $ 4.283
Rebroadcasts, 47 $ 4.284

Records of operation, 47 $ 4.281
Technical operation; frequency tolerance, time of operation, station

and equipment inspection, posting of licenses, etc., 47 $ $ 4.261

4.268
Intercity relay stations, FM. See STL (studio-transmitter) and FM inter-

city relay stations.
Remote pickup broadcast stations, 47 $$ 4.401-4.482

Administrative procedure, 47 $ 4.411
Definition, 47 $ 4.401
Equipment changes, 47 $ 4.451
Frequencies, allocation of, 47 $$ 4.402, 4.403
Licensing policies; purpose of stations, licensing requirements, tem-

porary authorizations, power limitations, emission, etc., 47 $$ 4.431

4.436
Operation, 47 $ $ 4.481, 4.482

See also Technical operation.
Identification of station, 47 $ 4.482
Records of station operation, 47 $ 4.481

Remote control operation, 47 § 4.434
Technical operation; frequency tolerance, inspection of station and

certain equipment, posting of licenses, etc., 47 $ $ 4.461-4.467
STL (studio-transmitter) and FM intercity relay stations, 47 $$ 4.501-4.582

Administrative procedure, 47 $ 4.511
Definition, 47 $ 4.501
Equipment changes, 47 $ 4.551
Frequency assignment and selection, 47 $ $ 4.502, 4.503
Licensing policies; licensing requirements, service, remote control oper-

ation, power, emission, directional antenna required, 47 $ $ 4.531

4.536
Operation, 47 $$ 4.581, 4.582

See also Technical operation
Identification of station, 47 g 4.582

Records of station operation, 47 $ 4.581
Technical operation; frequency tolerance, inspection of station and

certain equipment, posting of licenses, operator requirements, etc.,

47 88 4.561-4.567
Television auxiliary broadcast stations, 47 $$ 4.601-4.682
Administrative procedure, 47 88 4.621-4.637

See also Administrative procedure, above.
Definitions, 47 $ 4.601

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Experimental and auxiliary broadcast services, 47 Part 4-Continued
Television auxiliary broadcast stations, 47 $ $ 4.601-4.682-Continued

Equipment; changes in, 47 $ 4.651
Frequencies, allocation of, 47 $ $ 4.602–4.604
Technical operation; frequency tolerance, station inspection and iden-

tification, operator requirements, posting of licenses, antennas,

logs, etc., 47 $$ 4.661-4.682
Television experimental broadcast stations, 47 $ $ 4.101-4.184
Administrative procedure, 47 $$ 4.111-4.113

See also Administrative procedure, above.

Supplementary reports and statements to be filed, 47 $ $ 4.112, 4.113
Definitions, 47 $ 4.101
Equipment changes, 47 § 4.151
Frequency assignment, 47 $ 4.103
Licensing policies, rules relating to; necessary showing, power limita-

tions, emission, multiple ownership, 47 $$ 4.131–4.134
Operation, 47 $$ 4.181–4.184

See also Technical operation.
Charges for production or transmission of programs, 47 § 4.182
Identification of station, 47 $ 4.183
Rebroadcasts, 47 $ 4.184

Records of operation, 47 § 4.181
Purpose of station, 47 § 4.102
Technical operation; frequency tolerance, time of operation, station in-

spection, posting of licenses, operator requirements, etc., 47

$$ 4.161-4.168
Experimental operations:
See also Experimental and auxiliary radio services; and Experimental radio

services.
Application for license for experimental operations by standard broadcast

stations, 47 $ 1.326
By various broadcast services, radio and television, 47 $$ 3.32, 3.262, 3.562,

3.666
Limitations on point-to-point communications, 47 $ 6.38
Experimental radio services, 47 Part 5

See also Experimental and auxiliary broadcast services.
Applications and licenses; filing of applications, procedure and require-

ments for obtaining license, forms used, station authorization required,
change in equipment, policy governing assignment of frequencies, etc.,

47 $ $ 5.51-5.68
Developmental experimental service; eligibility for license, frequencies

available, special procedure for development of new service and use

of unassigned frequencies, reports, 47 $8 5.251-5.255
General provisions, 47 $ $ 5.1-5.5

Citizenship restrictions, 47 $ 5.4
Definition of terms, 47 $ 5.3
Services available; research, and developmental, 47 g 5.2

Station authorization, transfer and assignment of, 47 $ 5.5
Operating requirements; limitations, station identification, posting license,

suspension of transmission, mobile installations, operator requirements,
emergency operation, violations, inspection, records, research program,

etc., 47 $ $ 5.151-5.166
Research experimental service; eligibility for license, frequencies available,

reports, etc., 47 $ $ 5.201-5.204
Technical standards; frequency stability, emission, types and limitations,

modulation and transmitter requirements, power and antenna height,

47 $ 5.101-5.107
FM broadcast stations. See Radio broadcast services.
FM intercity relay stations. See Experimental and auxiliary broadcast services.
Facsimile services:

Educational broadcast stations, FM, noncommercial, 47 $ 3.566
Experimental facsimile broadcast stations, 47 $$ 4.201-4.284
FM broadcast stations, 47 $$ 3.266, 3.318
Radiotelephone or radiotelegraph stations, 47 $ 6.21

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