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Industrial/Business

 

Licensing

Eligibility


Any applicant may apply for any frequency in the pool in which he/she establishes eligibility. Briefly, eligibility is open to persons primarily engaged in any of the following activities: There are specific frequency coordinator requirements for particular frequencies.

47 CFR 90.35(b) lists each frequency in the Industrial/Business Pool and any required frequency coordinator(s) using the following letter codes:
 
CodeFrequencies
IPPetroleum Coordinator
IWPower Coordinator
LAAutomobile Emergency Coordinator
LRRailroad Coordinator
An applicant may use the services of any frequency coordinator certified in the pool in which he/she establishes eligibility. If the applied-for frequencies can only be recommended by another coordinator, the coordinator that you selected will seek the concurrence of the required coordinator. An example:
An eligible applicant may use the services of any coordinator certified for the Industrial/Business Pool. If the applied-for frequencies were allocated solely to the former Power Radio Service (IW), the application must receive concurrence from UTC, The Telecommunications Association, the coordinator of the former Power Radio Service (IW).
Eligibility is also provided for any corporation proposing to furnish nonprofit radiocommunication service to its parent corporation, to another subsidiary of the same parent, or to its own subsidiary. This corporate eligibility is not subject to the cooperative use provision of 47 CFR 90.179.
Eligibility is also provided for a nonprofit corporation or association that is organized for the purpose of furnishing a radiocommunications service to persons who meet the eligibility requirements of the Industrial/Business Pool. Such use is subject to the cooperative use provisions of 47 CFR 90.179.
 
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Last reviewed/updated on
1/8/2003