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Handbook of Frequency Allocations and Spectrum Protection for Scientific Uses Appendix B Information on Footnotes to Science Services Allocations Radio regulations are adopted by adhering Administrations and have treaty status. Footnotes to these regulations often contain critical information that provides protection to particular services on a primary or secondary basis. These footnotes change frequently. For the most current list of footnotes see http://www.fcc.gov/oet/spectrum/table/fcctable.pdf. Box B.1 gives an example of several different types of footnotes to demonstrate the nature of footnotes and their role in spectrum policy.
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Handbook of Frequency Allocations and Spectrum Protection for Scientific Uses BOX B.1 Sample Footnotes International Footnotes Example: 5.372 Harmful interference shall not be caused to stations of the radio astronomy service using the band 1610.6-1613.8 MHz by stations of the radiodetermination-satellite and mobile-satellite services (No. 29.13 applies). General U.S. Footnotes Example: US81 The band 38-38.25 MHz is used by both Government and non-Government radio astronomy observatories. No new fixed or mobile assignments are to be made and Government stations in the band 38-38.25 MHz will be moved to other bands on a case-by-case basis, as required, to protect radio astronomy observations from harmful interference. As an exception however, low powered military transportable and mobile stations used for tactical and training purposes will continue to use the band. To the extent practicable, the latter operations will be adjusted to relieve such interference as may be caused to radio astronomy observations. In the event of harmful interference from such local operations, radio astronomy observatories may contact local military commands directly, with a view to effecting relief. A list of military commands, areas of coordination, and points of contact for purposes of relieving interference may be obtained upon request from the Office of the Chief Scientist, Federal Communications Commission, Washington, D.C. 20554. Government (U.S.) Footnotes Example: G6 Military tactical fixed and mobile operations may be conducted nationally on a secondary basis; (1) to the meteorological aids service in the band 403-406 MHz; and (2) to the radio astronomy service in the band 406.1-410 MHz. Such fixed and mobile operations are subject to local coordination to ensure that harmful interference will not be caused to the services to which the bands are allocated. Nonfederal Government (U.S.) Footnotes Example: NG124 In the Public Safety Radio Service allocation within the bands 30-50 MHz, 150-174 MHz and 450-470 MHz, Police Radio Service licensees are authorized to operate low powered radio transmitters on a secondary non-interference basis in accordance with the provisions of Section 2.803 and 90.19 (f) (5) of the Rules.
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