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(a) A single authorization may be issued for the operations of a GSO space station or NGSO space station(s) and the blanket-licensed earth stations that will operate within that satellite system, excluding GSO FSS and NGSO FSS satellite systems operating in bands below 10 GHz and bands subject to § 25.136. The available frequency bands are:
(1) Non–Voice, Non–Geostationary MSS: 137–138 MHz, 148–150.05 MHz, 399.9–400.05 MHz, and 400.15–401 MHz;
(2) 1.5/1.6 GHz MSS: 1525–1559 MHz and 1626.5–1660.5 MHz;
(3) 1.6/2.4 GHz MSS: 1610–1626.5 MHz and 2483.5–2500 MHz;
(4) 2 GHz MSS: 2000–2020 MHz and 2180–2200 MHz;
(5) GSO FSS: 10.7–12.2 GHz, 14–14.5 GHz, 18.3–18.8 GHz, 19.7–20.2 GHz, 28.35–28.6 GHz, 29.25–30 GHz, 40–42 GHz, and 48.2–50.2 GHz;
(6) NGSO FSS: 10.7–12.7 GHz, 14–14.5 GHz, 17.8–18.6 GHz, 18.8–19.4 GHz, 19.6–20.2 GHz, 28.35–29.1 GHz, 29.5–30 GHz, 40–42 GHz, and 48.2–50.2 GHz; and
(7) GSO and NGSO MSS: 19.7–20.2 GHz and 29.5–30 GHz.
(b) An application for a satellite system license described in paragraph (a) must contain:
(2) A certification that earth station operations under the satellite system license will comply with part 1, subpart I and part 17 of this chapter; and
(3) Any additional information required under this part, including under § 25.115, for operation of the blanket-licensed earth stations that is not duplicative or unnecessary due to the information provided for the space station operation.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Code of Federal Regulations Title 47. Telecommunication § 47.25.124 Unified space station and earth station authorization - last updated October 03, 2022 | https://codes.findlaw.com/cfr/title-47-telecommunication/cfr-sect-47-25-124/
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