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Proceedings and Initiatives


Interference Protection for Marine & Aeronautical Distress/Safety Frequency 406.025 MHz
In March 2003, the Commission, through a Notice Of Proposed Rulemaking proposed a modification of Section 76.616 of its rules to include the international digital search and rescue frequency 406.025 MHz within the prohibition on cable system operation near the emergency and distress frequencies. This Notice also proposed streamlining and revising Part 76, Multichannel Video and Cable Television Service rules, and Part 78, Cable Television Relay Service rules, by elminating outdated rules, correcting others, and maintaining consistency throughout different Commission rule parts.

Releases

4/14/2004
REPORT AND ORDER
Amendment of Part 76 of the Commission's Rules to Extend Interference Protection to the Marine and Aeronautical Distress and Safety Frequency 406.025 MHz. This Order Modifies the Rules to Include Interference Protection to the International Digital Search and Rescue Frequencies Used by COSPAS/SARSAT Satellites to Detect and Locate EPIRBs and ELTs.
3/5/2003
NOTICE OF PROPOSED RULE MAKING
In the Matter of Amendment of Part 76 of the Commission's Rules to Extend Interference Protection to the Marine and Aeronautical Distress and Safety Frequency 406.025 MHz.

Last reviewed/updated on 03/06/2008