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change of ownership of an authorized radio station, for example. If the radio communication equipment Is sold with a business. The new owner must apply for assignment of the existing authorization in accordance with the rules under which the station is authorized.

(2) Licenses for stations in the Amateur, Aviation (aircraft), Personal, and Maritime (ship) Radio Services cannot be assigned. Whenever there is a change of ownership of one of these latter stations, the new owner must apply for a new license. Upon receipt of the new license, the former license must be surrendered for cancellation.

CbXD Application for consent to voluntary assignment of a license, or for consent to voluntary transfer of control of a corporation holding a license, must be filed with the Commission at least 60 days prior to the contemplated effective date of assignment or transfer of control.

(2) The following application forms should be used:

(I) FCC Form 574. For assignment of station authorization in services under Part 90 of this chapter, except as provided in subparagraph (11). Attached thereto shall be an executed Form 1046 or a signed letter from proposed assignor stating the desire to assign the current authorization in accordance with the rules governing the particular radio service Involved. Applications for consent to assign authorizations of stations operating In the 806-821 and 851866 MHz bands shall be accompanied by FCC Form 574-A. Applications for assignment of authorizations for stations operating on frequencies below 27.5 MHz shall be accompanied by FCC Form 574-B.

(II) FCC Form 402. For assignment of station authorizations in the Private Operational-Fixed Microwave Service (Part 94 of this chapter). Attached thereto shall be an executed Form 1046 or a signed letter from proposed assignor stating the assignor's desire to assign the current authorization in accordance with the rules governing the particular service Involved.

(III) FCC Form 40S. For assignment of ground station authorizations in the Aviation Services, except as provided in paragraph (bX2Xii) of this section.

(iv) FCC Form 503. For assignment of coast station authorizations in the Marltme Services and Alaska-Public Fixed Stations.

(v) [Reserved]

(vi) FCC Form 703. For consent to transfer control of a corporation holdIng any type of license.

(c)(l) In the event of the death or legal disability of a permittee or licensee, a member of a partnership, or a person directly or indirectly in control of a corporation which is a permittee or licensee, the Commission shall be notified in writing promptly of the occurrence of such death or legal disability.

(2) Within 30 days after the occurrence of such death or legal disability (except in the case of a ship or amateur station), application shall be filed for consent to involuntary assignment of such permit or license, or for Involuntary transfer of control of such corporation, to a person or entity legally qualified to succeed to the foregoing interests under the laws of the place having jurisdiction over the estate involved. The procedure and forma to be followed are the same as those specified in paragraph (b) of this section.

(3) In the case of stations in the Amateur, Aviation (aircraft). Personal, and Maritime (ship) Radio Services, involuntary assignment of licenses will not be made; such licenses shall be surrendered for cancellation upon the death or legal disability of the licensee.

(Sec. 310. 46 Stat. 1086. as amended; 47 U.S.C. 310)

[28 FR 12454. Nov. 22. 1963. as amended at 31 FR 2600. Feb. 10, 1966; 36 FR 19439, Oct. 6, 1871; 36 FR 21679, Not. 12, 1971; 42 FR 8327, Feb. 9. 1977; 44 FR 31661. June 1. 1979; 45 FR 55201. Aug. 19. 1980; 47 FR 57051. Dec. 22, 1982; 48 FR 8455. Mar. 1, 1983; 49 FR 30944. Aug. 2. 1984; 51 FR 2703. Jan. 21. 1986]

§1.925 Application for special temporary authorization, temporary permit or temporary operating authority.

(a) A licensee of or an applicant for a station In the Private Radio Services may file either a formal or informal application for a special temporary authority not to exceed 180 days for (1) operation of a new station or (2) operation of a licensed station in a manner which is beyond the scope of that authorized by the existing license. (See § 1.962(b)(5) and (f). The nature of the extraordinary circumstance which, in the opinion of the applicant justifies issuance of a special temporary authorization, must be fully described in the request. Information presently on file with the Commission may be included by reference, except the applications for special temporary authority under Part 90 must be clear and complete within themselves and shall not rely on any pending applications. Applications for special temporary authority must be filed at least 10 days prior to the proposed operation. Applications filed less than 10 days prior to the proposed operation date will be accepted only upon a showing of good cause. In situations involving the safety of life or property or where equipment has been damaged, a request for special temporary authority may be made by telephone or telegraph provided a properly signed application is filed within 10 days of such request.

(b) [Reserved]

(c) An applicant for an Aircraft Radio Station License may operate the radio station pending issuance of an Aircraft Radio Station License by the Commission for a period of 90 days under a temporary operating authority, evidenced by a properly executed certification made on FCC Form 404-A.

(d) [Reserved)

(e) Unless the FCC otherwise prescribes, an applicant already licensed in the Amateur Radio Service, upon successfully completing the amateur radio operator examination(s) required for a higher class, may operate his/her amateur radio station consistent with the rights and privileges of that higher class for a period of one year from the date of the most recently completed examination^) for that operator class in accord with the provisions of {97.35.

(f) An applicant for a Ship Radio station license may operate the radio station pending issuance of the ship station authorization by the Commission for a period of 90 days, under a temporary operating authority, evidenced by a properly executed certification made on FCC Form 506-A.

(g) An applicant for a Business Radio station license utilizing an already authorized facility may operate the radio

station for a period of 180 days, under t temporary permit, evidenced by a properly executed certification made on FCC Form 572, after the mailing of» formal application for station licence together with evidence of frequency coordination, if required, to the Commission. The temporary operation of stations, other than mobile stations, within the Canadian coordination zone will be limited to stations with a maximum of 5 watts effective radiated power and a maximum antenna height of 30 feet (6.1 meters) above average terrain.

(h) An applicant for a radio station license under Part 90, Subpart M, of this chapter to utilize an already existing Specialized Mobile Radio System (SMRS) facility or to utilize an already licensed transmitter may operate the radio station for a period of up to UO days, under a temporary permit evidenced by a properly executed certification of FCC Form 572 after the mailing of a formal application for station license, provided that the antenna employed by the control station is a maximum of 20 feet (6.1 meters) above . man-made structure (other than an antenna tower) to which it is affixed.

(i) An applicant for an Itinerant station license, an applicant for a new private land mobile radio station license in the frequency bands below 470 MHi and In the one-way paging 929-930 MR: band or an applicant seeking to modi'y or acquire through assignment or transfer an existing station below 470 MHz or In the one-way paging 929-930 MHz band may operate the proposed station during the pendency of its application for a period of up to 180 day* under a conditional permit. Conditional operations may commence upon the filing of a properly completed formal application that complies wits 190.127 if the application, when frequency coordination Is required, is accompanied by evidence of frequency coordination in accordance with §*90.!": and 90.176. Operation under such a per mlt Is evidenced by retaining with the station records the original conditional licensing 672C Certification Form containing the certifications that satisfy the provisions of 190.156(b).

(j) An applicant for a General Mobile Radio Service system license, sharing > multiple-licensed base station used at a mobile relay station, may operate the system for a period of 180 days, under a temporary permit, evidenced by a properly executed certification made on FCC Form 574-T, after mailingFCC Form 674 to the Commission.

(Sees. 4(1), 303, Communications Act of 1994, as amended (47 U.S.C. 154(1) and 303); 47 CFR 1.4»)

[M FR 13454, Nov. 22, 1963, as amended at 47 FR 5S637. Dec. 20, 1982; 48 FR 4785. Feb. 3, 1983: 48 FR 24890, June 3. 1983; 48 FR 39072, Aug. 29.1983; 48 FR 41770, Sept. 19, 1983; 48 FR 45658. Oct. 6. 1983; 49 FR 30312, July 30. 1984; 49 PR 37384. Sept. 24, 1984; 50 FR 37190, Sept. 12.1985; 51 FR 31304, Sept. 2. 1986; 54 FR 50238. Dec. 5,1989; 54 FR 51550. Dec. 15, 1989]

51.918 Application for renewal of Il

ia) Application for renewal of a station license shall be submitted on the appropriate FCC Form indicated below:

(1) Renewal of station or system authorizations in the Private Land Mobile Radio Services (part 90 of this chapter), the General Mobile Radio Service (part 95, subpart A of this chapter), and the Interactive Video and Date Service (part 95, subpart F of this chapter) shall be submitted on FCC Form 574-R when the licensee has received that Form In the mail from the Commission. If the licensee has not received the Commission-generated Form 574-R within sixty (60) days of expiration, application for renewal of station or system license shall be submitted on FCC Form 405-A.

(2) Renewal of marine coast station authorizations ($80.19 of this chapter) and aviation ground station authorizations (§87.33 of this chapter) must be robmitted on FCC Form 452-R.

(3) Renewal of aircraft radio station authorizations and ship radio station authorizations shall be submitted on FCC Form 406-B.

(4) Renewal of an amateur operator license or a combined amateur operator/station license shall be submitted on PCC Form 610.

(5) Renewal of an amateur club, military recreation, or Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service (RACES) station license shall be submitted on FCC Porm 610-B.

(6) Renewal of station authorizations In the Private Operational-Fixed Microwave Service (Part 94 of this

chapter) shall be submitted on such form as the Commission may designate by public notice in accordance with the provisions of § 94.27(e) of this chapter.

(b) All applications for renewal of license must be made during the license term and should be filed within 90 days but not later than 30 days prior to the end of the license term. In any case in which the licensee has, in accordance with the provisions of this chapter, made timely and sufficient application for renewal of license, no license with reference to any activity of a continuing nature shall expire until such application shall have been finally determined.

(c) Reinstatement of an expired license in the Private Land Mobile Radio Services may be requested up to thirty (30) days after the expiration date using FCC Form 574, 574-R or 405-A. See 51.4.

(Sees. 4, 5, 303, 307, 308, 48 Stat., as amended, 1066, 1068. 1082, 1083. 1084; 47 U.S.C. 154. 155, 303, 307. 308)

[28 FR 12454. Nov. 22, 1963. as amended at 29 FR 3229, Mar. 11. 1964; 48 FR 36105, Aug. 9. 1983; 56 FR 64715, Dec. 12, 1991; 56 FR 65858. Dec. 19, 1991; 57 FR 8274, Mar. 9. 1992]

§ 1.931 Request* for waiver of private radio rules.

(a) All requests for waiver of the rules governing the Private Radio Services that require a fee (see §1.1102) shall be submitted to the Mellon Bank, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania at the address set forth in §1.1102. Waiver requests that do not require a fee must be addressed to: Federal Communications Commission, 1270 Fairfield Road, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania 17325-7245. Waiver requests attached to applications must be submitted In accordance with § 0.401(b) of the rules.

(b) Applicants requiring expeditious processing of their request for waiver shall clearly caption both their request for waiver and the envelope containing it with the words "WAIVER—TIMELY ACTION REQUESTED."

(Sec. 4(1), Communications Act of 1934, as amended, 47 U.S.C. 154(1); 47 CFR 0.231) [49 FR 20291, May 14, 1964, as amended at 52 FR 10229, Mar. 31, 1987; 55 FR 19154, May 8. 1990; 56 FR 64715, Dec. 12. 1991]

S 1.933 Installation or removal of apparatus.

(a) In the Public Safety, Industrial, and Land Transportation Radio Services, replacement of transmitting equipment may be made without prior authorization: Provided, The replacement transmitter appears in the Commission's "Radio Equipment List, Part C" as designated for use in the Public Safety, Industrial, and Land Transportation Radio Services, and the substitute equipment employs the same type of emission and does not exceed the power limitation as set forth in the station authorization.

(b) In the Personal Radio Services, replacement of transmitting equipment may be made without prior authorization if: (1) The replacement transmitter appears in the Commission's "Radio Equipment List," as designated for use in the Personal Radio Service, or (2) the replacement transmitter is for an R/C station, operates on frequencies assigned for R/C station use and complies with the technical standards of Part 95, Subpart E.

[28 FR 12454. Nov. 22, 1963, as amended at 48 FR 24890, June 3. 1983]

8 1.934 Procedure with respect to amateur radio operator license.

Each candidate for an amateur radio license which requires the applicant to pass one or more examination elements must present the examiner(s) with a properly completed FCC Form 610 prior to the examination. Upon completion of the examination, the examinees) will Immediately grade the test papers. If the applicant is successful, the examiner(s) will forward the candidate's application to: (a) The Commission's Gettysburg, Pennsylvania facility for an application for a Novice Class operator license, or (b) a Volunteer-Examiner Coordinator (VEC) for all other classes of operator licenses. The examiners will then issue a certificate for successful completion of an amateur radio operator examination. A VEC will forward the application to the Commission's Gettysburg. Pennsylvania facility.

[48 FR 4S658. Oct. 6. 1983]

Application Processing Prockddbes

51.961 How applications are distributed.

Licensing Division. All application* for radio stations are distributed as follows:

(a) Special Services Branch

(1) All Aviation Radio Services and Maritime Radio Services applications.

(2) Personal Radio Services applications: Amateur, General Mobile, and Interactive Video and Data.

(b) Land Mobile Branch. (1) Industrial Radio Services applications:

Business, Forest Products, Industrial Radiolocation, Manufacturers, Motion Picture, Petroleum, Power, Relay Press, Special Industrial and Telephone Maintenance.

(2) Land Transportation Radio Services applications:

Motor Carrier, Railroad, Taxlcab, and Automobile Emergency.

(3) Public Safety Radio Services applications:

Fire, Forestry-Conservation. Highway Maintenance, Local Government, and Police.

(4) Special Emergency Radio Service) applications:

Medical services, rescue organia tions, physically handicapped, veterinarians, disaster relief organization? school buses, beach patrols, establishments in isolated areas, communications standby facilities.

(c) Microwave Branch. Operational fixed point-to-point and point -vmultipoint applications.

[49 FR 30944. Aug. 2. 1984. as amended at S FR 8274. Mar. 9.1992]

i 1.952 How file numbers are assigned

(a) File numbers are assigned to cer tain categories of applications by tot Private Radio Bureau.

(b) File number symbols and service or class of station designators:

Amateur and Disaster Services

Y—Amateur
D—Disaster
R—Races

Aviation Services

A—Aeronautical and fixed group
AA—Aviation auxiliary group
AR—Aviation radlonavlgatlon land
AC—Civil Air Patrol

Personal Radio Services

CA—General Mobile Radio Service
ZA-Oeoeral Mobile Radio Service
ZV-Interactive Video and Data Service

Industrial Services

IB—Business

IF—Forest products

IX—Manufacturers

IM—Motion picture

IP—Petroleum

IY—Relay press

IS—Special Industrial

IT—Telephone maintenance

IW—Power

Land Transportation Services

LA—Automobile emergency

LI—Interurban passenger

LJ-Intel-urban property

LB—Railroad

LX-Taxicab

LU—Urban passenger

LV—Urban property

Marine Services

MX—Alaskan group

M—Coastal group

MA—Marine auxiliary group

MR—Marine radiodetermlnatlon land

Microwave Services

OF—Private Operational-Fixed Microwave

Public Safety Services

PF-Fire

PO—Porestry conservation

PH—Highway maintenance

PL—Local government

PP-Pollce

PS—Special emergency

Radiolocation Service

R8-Radlolocatlon

800 MHz Services

GB—Conventional Business

GO -Conventional Industrial/Land Transportation

ClP-Conventlonal Public Safety/Special Emergency

OX—Conventional Commercial (SMRS)

YB—Trunked Business

VO—Trunked Industrial/Land Transportation

YP—Trunked Public Safety/Special Emergency

YX—Trunked Commercial (SMRS)

900 MHz Paging Services

08—Private carrier paging systems

(c) Application or authorization designator symbols:

P—Construction Permit.

MP—Modified CP.

MP/Lr—Modified CP and License.

MP/ML—Modified CP and Modified License.

AP—Assignment of Permit.

L— License.

ML—Modified License.

AL—Assignment of License.

P/L—Combination CP and License.

R— Renewed License.

TC—Transfer of Control.

[28 FR 12454, Nov. 22, 1963, as amended at 49

FR 30945, Aug. 2, 1964; 57 FR 8274, Mar. 9. 1992]

$1-953 How applications are proc

(a) Applications are processed in sequence according to date of filing, or pursuant to the system of random selection prescribed in f 1.972 of this part. Applications which are in accordance with the provisions of this chapter and established policies of the Commission may be processed to completion in accordance with the applicable delegations of authority as set forth in Part O of this chapter.

(b) [Reserved]

[48 FR 27201, June 13, 1983 and 51 FR 2703. Jan. 21.1966]

§1.955 Frequency coordination, Canada.

(a) As a result of mutual agreements, the Commission has, since May 1950 had an arrangement with the Canadian Department of Communications for the exchange of frequency assignment information and engineering comments on proposed assignments along the Canada-United States borders in certain bands above 30 MHz. Except as provided in paragraph (b) of this section, this arrangement involves assignments in the following frequency bands.

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