Know your rights

Tilles, Alan
October 2011
Urgent Communications;Oct2011, Vol. 29 Issue 10, p48
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the rights of both U.S. frequency coordinators and licensees in various coordination situations. Under the Federal Communications Communication (FCC) rules, frequency advisory committees should be involved when interference or other problems arise after licensing. A licensee is also required to contact the coordinator of their choice or those who are responsible for the defect. The committees are mandated to process 90% of coordination requests within 20 working days.


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