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FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION

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Subject
Radio Frequency Devices
Administrative provisions

Marketing of an RF device in Part 2, cross reference to
Lowpower communication devices: general requirements

Between 26.97-27.2 MHz, requirements for cordless telephone
Lowpower specific devices: control and security alarms

Certification required
Technical standards

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TABLE OF STATUTORY AND RULE PROVISIONS

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001.065 Reporting Issue
001.080 Forfeiture proceedings
001.080 Forfeiture proceedings
001.080 Forfeiture proceedings
001.080 Forfeiture proceedings
001.080 Forfeiture proceedures
001.106 Petition for Reconsideration, Dismissed
001.115 Application for review of action taken pursua
001.1204(b) Exempt Ex Parte Presentations
001.223 Intervention .
001.301 Appeal, Granted
001.301 Appeal, Granted
001.301 Appeal, Granted
001.301 Appeal, Granted
002.106 Table of Frequency Allocations
015.033 Frequency range of radiated measurements
015.205 Restricted Bands of Operation
021.038 Assignment or transfer of station authorization
022.009 Standard applicaiton forms
022.009 Standard applicaiton forms
022.009 Standard application forms
022.020 Defective application ...
022.043 Period of construction
022.045 License period ...
022.903(a) Cellular system service are
022.917 Demonstration of financial qualifications
022.917 Demonstration of financial qualifications
022.923 Content and form of Rural Service Area applications
063.001 Contents of Application ..
063.001 Contents of Application .
063.001 Contents of Application .
063.001 Contents of applications
063.010 Special procedures for non-dominant international se
069.602 Board of directors
073.1030 Notification concerning interference to radio astro
073.1211 Broadcast of Lottery Information ..
073.202 FM Table of Allotments
073.202 FM Table of Allotments
073.202 FM Table of Allotments
073.202 FM Table of Allotments
073.202 FM Table of Allotments
073.202 FM Table of Allotments
073.202 FM Table of Allotments
073.202 FM Table of Allotments
073.202 FM Table of Allotments
073.202 FM Table of Allotments
073.202, FM Table of Allotments
073.207 Minimum distance separation between stations.
073.215 Contour protection for short-spaced assignments.
073.316 FM antenna systems.

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073.3540 Unauthorized Transfer of License
073.3555 Multiple Ownership
073.4267 Time Brokerage
073.606 TV Table of Allotments
073.606 TV Table of Allotments
073.606 TV Table of Allotments
300.203 Schedules of Charges
300.214 Extension of Lines
300.214 Extension of Lines
300.214 Extension of Lines
300.214 Extension of lines
300.214 Extension of Lines
300.309 Action upon applications
300.310 Limitation on Holding and Transfer of Licenses
300.310 Limitation on Holding and Transfer of Licenses
300.503(b) Forfeitures in Cases of Rebates and Offsets
300.613 Ownership restrictions ...
400.05552 Public Information; agency rules, opinions, order
400.63.09 Special provisions relating to projects under $ 6
400.63.54 Facilities for provision of video programming by a
400.63.58 Exemption
47 C.F.R. Section 0.291 delegated authority
47 C.F.R. Section 0.291 delegated authority
47 C.F.R. Section 0.291 delegated authority
47 C.F.R. Section 0.291 delegated authority
47 CFR § 69, Access Charges
47CFR § 69, Access Charges
500.030 - Integration Qualitative
500.035 - Integration Quantitative
500.065 - Comparative Coverage
500.170 - Financial Qualification
500.2065 - Comparative coverage
500.2145 - Air hazard .
500.3030 Burden of proof
500.3035 Integration of Ownership Into Management, Qualitati
500.3053 Due process
500.3125 Misrepresentation and Lack of Candor
500.3125 Misrepresentation and lack of candor
500.3195 Evidentiary Privilege
500.3195 Evidentiary Privilege
and the Federal Register
Linear petition for reconsideration
The appendix is being printed by the Printing Plant ..
We are transmitting this order inviting comments for publica
$15.115 TV interface devices
$15.207 Conducted limits

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INVESTIGATION OF
TELECARIBE CORPORATION,
Hialeah, Florida, and
Ricardo Sablon, Jr.

Telecommunications Service to Cuba

CONSENT DECREE

1. On February 12, 1991, the Federal Communications Commission (Commission), by its Common Carrier Bureau (Bureau), instituted an investigation into the provision of international telephone service from Florida to Cuba by Telecaribe Corporation (Telecaribe). Such investigation was concerned with apparent violations of the Communications Act and of the Commission's rules arising from the provision of such telephone service between February 4, 1991 and April 12, 1991 without authorization and without filing schedules of tariff charges with this Commission.

2. The Bureau's Enforcement Division has reached an agreement with Telecaribe and its former president, Ricardo Sablon, Jr., that would resolve this proceeding, the terms and conditions of which agreement are contained in the attached Consent Decree.

3. We have reviewed the terms of the Consent Decree and evaluated the circumstances of this case. We believe that the public interest would be served by approving the Consent Decree, the terms of which are hereby incorporated by reference.

1. On February 12, 1991, the Federal Communications Commission (Commission), by its Common Carrier Bureau (Bureau), instituted an investigation into the provision of international telephone service from Florida to Cuba by Telecaribe Corporation (Telecaribe). Such investigation was concerned with apparent violations of Sections 214(a)' and 203(c)? of the Communications Act of 1934, as amended, 47 U.S.C. $$ 214(a), 203(c), and of Sections 63.01 and 63.10(a) of the Commission's rules. 47 C.F.R. $$ 63.01, 63.10(a),' arising from the provision of

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provisions of the Act and with the regulations made thereunder. Those regulations are contained in Part 61 of the Commission's rules. Section 61.1(c) of the rules provides as follows:

(njo carrier shall undertake the construction of a new line or of an extension of any line, or shall acquire or operate any line, or extension thereof, or shall engage in transmission over or by means of such additional or extended line, unless and until there shall first have been obtained from the Commission a certificate that the present or future public convenience and necessity require or will require the construction, or operation, or construction and operation, of such additional or ex

tended line.... ? Section 203(c) provides, in pertinent part, that no carrier shall engage or participate in foreign communication unless tariffed schedules have been filed and published in accordance with the

(nso carrier required to file tariffs may provide any interstate or foreign communication service until every tariff publication for such communication service is on file

with the Commission and in effect. 3 Section 63.01 requires any person proposing to undertake any operation of any line for which authority is required under the provisions of Section 214 of the Act to request such authority by formal application and show, inter alia, how such proposed operation will serve the public interest.

Section 63.10(a) provides, in pertinent part, as follows:

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