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FCC SATELLITE EARTH STATION CONDITION/PROVISION TEXT LISTING
REPORT WR011 - Tue Mar 28 15:42:54 US/Eastern 2017

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1Intelsat 602All operations shall be on an unprotected and non-harmful interference basis, i.e., Intelsat shall not cause harmful interference to, and shall not claim protection from, interference caused to it by any other lawfully operating station.
3BT Americas Inc.All operations shall be on an unprotected and non-harmful interference basis, i.e., BT Americas Inc. shall not cause harmful interference to, and shall not claim protection from, interference caused to it by any other lawfully operating station, and it cease transmission(s) imediately upon notice of such interference.
4All licensesLicensee must ensure that a current listing of the name, title, mailing address, email address, and telephone number of the responsible point of contact are on file at the FCC. Any changes must be filed electronically in the International Bureau Filing System (IBFS) in the "Other Filings" tab within 10 days of the change.
5All licensesLicensee must notify the Commission when a receive-only earth station is no longer operational or when it has not been used to provide any service during any 6-month operation.
102ESV24 Hour Contact: Applicant has provided the name and telephone number of a contact person in the United States, available seven days a week, twenty-four hours a day, for cessation of emissions from suspected source of interference in the event of need to resolve interference issues, on direction from authority with jurisdiction for licensing in the area of operation.
103ESVMuting: Emissions must cease if correction of more than 0.5 degrees is required to maintain lock on satellite, or if receive signal is lost.
104ESVPoints of Communication: This License authorizes communication only with SAT MEX 5 at 116.8 W.L.
105ESVSubject to Rule Making: This license is subject to the outcome of any future rule making concerning ESV operations. Grant of this authorization shall not prejudice the outcome of any rulemaking.
106ESVPointing Error: A maximum pointing error within 0.2 degrees must be maintained under all operating conditions.
107ESVApplicability: This license authorizes the operation described herein on US Flagged Ships while under way and while stationary at anchor or at piers, in US Inland Waters and US Coastal Waters.
108 Maritime Telecommunications Network, Inc. IS GRANTED waiver of Section 2.106 of the Commission's Rules, 47 C.F.R. s 2.106, to provide mobile satellite service between ships and fixed or temporary fixed satellite earth stations in the fixed satellite service, in the 12/14 GHz bands, subject to other conditions on this license and subject to the terms and conditions of the Commission's Order in the Matter of Mobile Satellite-Based Communications Services by Crecomm Transmission Services, Inc. and Qualcomm Incorporated, DA 96-650, Released April 29, 1996 as those terms and conditions apply to operation in the Ku band.
109Loral SES-MFS-20070306-002991. THE USER MUST PROVIDE THE NAVAL ELECTROMAGNETIC SPECTRUM CENTER (703-325-2750) A 24HR PHONE NUMBER WHEN NATIONAL DEFENSE AND US NAVAL OPERATION REQUIREMENTS NECESSITATE IMMEDIATE CESSATION OF OPERATIONS. 2. THE APPLICANT IS AWARE THAT THEY WOULD BE REQUIRED TO TEMPORARILY CEASE SATELLITE OPERATIONS ON THESE FREQUENCIES UNTIL NOTIFIED OTHERWISE.
110 Operations under the authority of this license are on a non-interference basis only.
111 This is granted without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement action against Journal Broadcast Corporation in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities.
112 This is granted without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement action against Gilmore Broadcasting Corporation in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities.
113 Loral's earth station operation shall be on a non-harmful interference basis, i.e., Loral shall not cause harmful interference to, and shall not claim protection from interference caused to it by, any other lawfully operating earth station or satellites.
114loral/Telstar 18In the event that any harmful interference occurs as a result of the earth station, Loral shall cease operations immediately upon notification of such interference and shall inform the Commission in writing immediately of such an event.
115loral/Telstar 18Loral is prohibited from sending or receiving any Direct-to-Home (DTH) service, Direct Broadcast Satellite (DBS) service, or Digital Audio Radio Service (DARS) to or from the satellite.
116loral/Telstar 18Loral is prohibited from sending or receiving analog video services or any FM video television services to or from the satellite.
117loral/Telstar 18With reference to Article 18 of the ITU Radio Regulations, the United States is not the "government of the country to which" the satellite" is subject, " and is not acting on behalf of any other government. Operations of earth station call sign (E980250) are expressly conditioned upon that space station (or those space stations) having been licensed, within the meaning of Article 18, by the government, or on behalf of the government, of the country to which the station is subject.
118loral/Telstar 18Loral is only authorized to provide communication services from the Loral Kapolei, Hawaii earth station that would communicate to points in WTO member countries within the satellite footprint.
119loral/Telstar 18Loral is afforded 30 days from the date of release of this grant and authorization to decline this authorization, as conditioned. Failure to respond within this period will constitute formal acceptance of the authorization, as conditioned.
120ARNICThe SKYLink System shall operate in compliance with any pertinent rule requirements subsequently adopted by the Commission.
121ARNICSKYLink AES terminals will employ a tracking algorithm that is resistant to capturing and tracking adjacent satellite signals, and each AES terminal will be capable of inhibiting its own transmission in the event it detects unintended satellite tracking.
122ARNICSKYLink AES terminals will be monitored and controlled by a ground-based network control center. Each SKYLink AES terminal will be able to receive "enable transmission" and "disable transmission" commands from the network control center and will cease transmission immediately after receiving any "parameter change" command until it receives an "enable transmission" command from the network control center. The network control center will monitor operation of each SKYLink AES terminal to determine if it is malfunctioning, and each SKYLink AES terminal will self-monitor and automatically cease transmission on detecting an operational fault that could cause harmful interference to FSS networks.
123ARNICSKYLink operation in the 11.7-12.2 GHz band shall be in accordance with the space-station authorization for the AMC-1 satellite and shall not generate e.i.r.p. density greater than 7.96 dBW/4kHz.
124ARNICARINC, as a non-conforming user, must accept interference from lawful operation of any station authorized to operate in the 11.7-12.2 GHz band in accordance with the U.S. Table of Allocations (47 C.F.R. § 2.106) and shall immediately terminate SKYLink System operation upon notification that such operation is causing harmful interference, not permitted under the terms of a pertinent coordination agreement, with lawful operation of any radio system in the 11.7-12.2 GHz band authorized in conformance with the U.S. Table of Allocations.
125ARNICARINC shall immediately terminate SKYLink System operation upon notification that such operation is causing harmful interference, not permitted under the terms of a pertinent coordination agreement, with lawful operation of any system in the 14.0-14.5 GHz band authorized on a primary basis in conformance with the U.S. Table of Allocations or authorized previously on a secondary basis.
126ARNICARINC shall maintain a point of contact for discussing interference concerns with other licensees, NASA, and NSF, and shall submit a letter to be included in its license file with the name and telephone number of the contact within 30 days of the release of this Order.
127ARNICARINC shall not use the SKYLink System for air traffic control communications.
128ARNICARINC shall comply with any pertinent limits established by the International Telecommunication Union ("ITU") to protect other services allocated internationally.
129ARNICOperation pursuant to this authorization shall conform to the requirements of ARINC's coordination agreements with NASA and the NSF and its coordination agreement with PanAmSat and SES Americom.
130ARNICARINC shall manage uplink operation of the SKYLink System so that the probability that aggregate earth-station off-axis e.i.r.p. spectral density will exceed a one-dB margin below the levels specified in the table below is never more than 0.001 percent. To ensure continuing compliance with this requirement, ARINC shall monitor usage patterns and traffic flow so that it can detect and adjust for any material discrepancies from the predictive assumptions identified in the exhibit to its Reply to Supplemental Comments of The Boeing Company filed on June 3, 2004. See Order and Authorization, DA 05-1016, released April 6, 2005, for formula.
131ARNICTwelve months after release of this order, ARINC shall submit evidence demonstrating compliance with the aggregate earth-station off-axis e.i.r.p. restriction specified in the preceding sub-paragraph. The showing shall reflect the most-recent available data and shall disclose any discrepancies between previous predictive assumptions and conditions actually encountered in commercial operation and explain what compensating adjustments have been made.
132OrbcommAt minimum this Authorization is subject to various US Footnotes, in particular US319, US320, US323, and US325.
133Lazer LicensesThis is granted without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement action against Lazer Licenses, LLC in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities.
134DBSThis grant is without prejudice and subject to the outcome of the rulemaking "The Establishment of Policies and Service Rules for the Broadcasting-Satellite Service at the 17.3-17.7 GHz Frequency Band and at the 17.7-17.8 GHz Frequency Band Internationally, and at the 24.75-25.25 GHz Frequency Band for Fixed Satellite Services Providing Feeder Links to the Broadcasting-Satellite Service and for the Satellite Services Operating Bi-directionally in the 17.3-17.8 GHz Frequency Band" (IB Docket No. 06-123). Accordingly, whether the facilities authorized in this action will be subject to new interference-mitigation requirements will be addressed in IB Docket No. 06-123.
135World RadioThis is granted without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement action against World Radio Network in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities.
136Shared Data NetworkThis is granted without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement action against Shared Data Network in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities.
137Orbit Act FCC 05-86This authorization is subject to the Commission's decision in FCC 05-86 as it relates to Intelsat's operations pursuant to Open-Market Reorganization for the Betterment of International Telecommunications Act, Pub. Law 106-180, 114 Stat. 48 (2000), most recently amended by Pub. Law 108-371, 118 Stat. 1752 (2004) (ORBIT Act).
138AMC-16EchoStar is not authorized to provide programming to U.S. customers that is obtains through exclusive agreements entered into with Canadian licensed space station operators, program suppliers, and/or program distributors.
139AMC-16EchoStar must comply with all rules applicable to other Commission licensees (e.g., the public interest obligations of DTH/FSS providers in the Ku-band, 47 C.F.R §25.701).
140AMC-16During the drift to the 118.75° W.L. orbital location, SES Americom, Inc. shall not operate the main communications payload on AMC-16.
141AMC-16SES Americom, Inc. shall coordinate all drift orbit Telemetry, Tracking, and Control operations with other potentially affected in-orbit operators.
142AMC-16During relocation of the AMC-16 satellite, operations shall be on a non-harmful interference basis, meaning that SES Americom, Inc. shall not cause interference to, and shall not claim protection from interference caused to it by, any other lawfully operating satellites.
143AMC-16In the event that any harmful interference is caused as a result of operations during the relocation of the AMC-16 satellite, SES Americom, Inc. shall cease operations immediately upon notification of such interference and shall inform the Commission immediately, in writing, of such an event.
144Inmarsat 3F4Authority IS GRANTED pursuant to Section 25.210(j) of the Commission’s rules, to permit operations of earth stations with the Inmarsat 3F4 satellite, maintained at ±.10 degree of the 142° W.L., subject to the condition that this waiver and the operations it permits shall terminate in the event that a satellite is launched into a location such that its stationkeeping volume would overlap the Inmarsat 3F4 satellite’s ± 0.10 degree stationkeeping volume, but would not overlap the Inmarsat 3F4 satellite’s ±0.05° degree stationkeeping volume, unless Inmarsat has successfully coordinated its physical operations with those of the other spacecraft.
145RaySatUpon completion of construction, each licensee must file with the Commission a certification including the following information: name of the licensee, file number of the application, call sign of the antenna, date of the license and certification that the facility as authorized has been completed, and that the station is operational including the date of commencement of service and will remain operational during the license period unless the license is submitted for cancellation.
146Scientific GamesThis is granted without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement action against Scientific Games Racing, L.L.C in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities.
147Chevron ApplicationThis authorization is granted to allow operation at a +13 dBW/4kHz downlink EIRP density from satellite GALLAXY IIIC.
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148AMC 16 @118.75 W.L.This authorization is issued pursuant to and subject to the terms and conditions in the Commission's Order, DA 06-757, released April 7, 2006.
149ANIK F3This authorization is also issued pursuant to and subject to the terms and conditions in the Commission's Order, DA 05-3227, released December 20, 2005.
150TJXThe 98 cm antenna complies with the antenna gain pattern as specified in Section 25.209(a) and Section 25.209(g) for off-axis angles greater than 1.25 degrees and up to 90 degrees in the GSO plane.
151TJXWaiver request to Section 25.134(a) of the Commission's rules is hereby granted to receive a maximum downlink EIRP density fo +13 dBW/4kHz from the Galaxy III-C satellite located at 95 degrees W.L.
152Wal-Mart Stores, Inc./ MOD LICThis is granted without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement action against Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities.
153Grand ValleyThis is granted without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement action against Grand Valley State University in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities.
154RaySatThis is GRANTED with conditions pursuant to Order and Authorization, DA 08-401, released February 15, 2008.
156C-band temporary-fixedThis is granted with the condition that the licensee shall comply with Section 25.277(c) of the Commission’s rules, 47 C.F.R. §25.277(c), regarding submission of Frequency Coordination Reports prior to commencing operations at any location. This is also granted subject to Section 25.277(d) and (e) of the Commission’s rules, 47 C.F.R. §25.277(d) and (e). Failure to perform successful prior frequency coordination will result in the cancellation of your station license herein. Copies of all coordination notices shall be forwarded to the FCC Operations Center Office in Columbia, Maryland.
157LockheedThe grant of this Special Temporary Authority is without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement action against Lockheed Martin Corporation in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities.
158StratosRegarding the VSAT network, the licensee must establish a point of contact for its communications network at which records of the location and frequency use of each small antenna will be maintained in order to effectively protect its receiving sites from licensed stations in the local television transmission service.
159Telenor E980136This is granted without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement action against Telenor Satellite, Inc. in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities.
160SES-MOD-20060914-01734 (Walgreens)This is granted without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement action against Walgreens in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities.
161E950198 All Mobile Video, Inc.This is granted without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement action against All Mobile Video, Inc. in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities.
162 This authorization is subject to the conditions and terms set forth in the Commission's Orders released December 5, 2000 (DA 00-2649), July 1, 2005 (DA 05-1910) and February 9, 2006 (DA 06-325).
163Used for renewal applications which do not satisfy current rules and a modification application is not pending.The grant of this renewal of license is subject to the Licensee's filing of an acceptable modification of license application (FCC Form 312 - Schedule B), within ninety calendar days of the grant date of this license, that would bring such license into full conformity with current FCC rules and regulations. Licensee should not contemplate extension-of-time to meet this condition. Failure to file this modification application in a timely fashion will render the license null and void.
164Used for renewal applications which do not satisfy current rules but has a modification application pending.The grant of this renewal of license is subject to the successful processing of the accompanying modification of license application (FCC Form 312 - Schedule B). Thereupon, a new modified license will be issued. If the modification is denied or dismissed, the underlying license will be rendered null and void.
165E960370, SES-MOD-19970805-01070This is granted without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement action against Network Direct, Inc. in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities.
166ABLE INFORSAT COMMUNICATIONS INC.This is granted without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement action against Able Infosat Communications Inc. in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities.
167Blanket authorityThis authorization is limited to the total number of terminals listed in Section A of this license for this Site ID.
168RainbowThis frequency band 10.7-11.7 GHz in the fixed-satellite service is not permitted to communicate with ALSAT.
169WB HoldingsThe listed maximum EIRP per Carrier levels for which this condition is attached in Section B (Particulars of Operation) of this license are permitted only under faded condition for emissions, pursuant to Section 25.138 of the Commission's rules.
170Orbimage SES-LIC-20070508-00569If a future interference situation arises with respect to U.S. Radiocommunication systems, the earth station licensee will be denied authority to receive communications from the IRS-1C, IRS-1D, IRS-P6 (ResourceSat-1) satellites until the interference situation is resolved.
171Telenor KA249In this authorization Telenor Satellite, Inc. is authorized to operate two ESV antennas (two 2.4 meter SeaTel) within 10 geographical seconds of each other on different transmit and receive frequencies.
172Wiresat STAWiresat SA is limited to transmissions in the 14.0-14.5 GHz band with a 9 MHz bandwidth, using a 1.8 meter antenna with a maximum power density at the input of the antenna flange of -14 dBW/4 kHz from June 13 to June 18, 2007.
173ViaSatThe user must provide the Navy-Marine Corps Spectrum Center (703-325-2750) a 24 hour phone number (888-272-7232) which will be contacted when National Defense and US Naval operation requirements necessitate immediate cessation of operations. The applicant is aware that they are required to temporarily cease satellite operations on these frequencies (13.958-14.0 GHz) until notified otherwise.
174KA213 staReuters America LLC is granted authority to continue operation for 60 days using the conventional Ku-band frequencies 14.0-14.5 GHz, 11.7-12.2 GHz only. The use of 10.95-12.2 GHz, 11.45-11.7 GHz will not receive protection from interference.
175 The grant of this special temporary authority is without prejudice to any pending underlying applications.
176RigNet E070104In the 10.7-11.7 GHz band, all operations are on an unprotected basis. The licensee shall not claim protection from, and is required to accept interference from, other lawfully operating satellites or radiocommunication systems.
177Loral SES-MFS-20070306-00299Operations with a maximum EIRP for the 1M76G7W emission in the 13.8-14.0 GHz band are below the minimum level of 68 dBW in Section 25.204(f) of the Commissions rules and footnote US356 of the Table of Allocations and are therefore on an unprotected basis.
178TerrSar SES-LIC-20070530-00732THE USER MUST PROVIDE THE NAVAL ELECTROMAGNETIC SPECTRUM CENTER (703-325-2750) A 24HR PHONE NUMBER (703-483-7805) WHICH WOULD BE CONTACTED WHEN NATIONAL DEFENSE AND US NAVAL OPERATION REQUIREMENTS NECESSITATE IMMEDIATE CESSATION OF OPERATIONS. THE APPLICANT IS AWARE THAT THEY WOULD BE REQUIRED TO TEMPORARILY CEASE SATELLITE OPERATIONS ON THESE FREQUENCIES UNTIL NOTIFIED OTHERWISE.
179Loral SES-MFS-20070507-00562THE USER MUST PROVIDE THE NAVAL ELECTROMAGNETIC SPECTRUM CENTER (703-325-2750) A 24HR PHONE NUMBER (908-470-3430) WHICH WOULD BE CONTACTED WHEN NATIONAL DEFENSE AND US NAVAL OPERATION REQUIREMENTS NECESSITATE IMMEDIATE CESSATION OF OPERATIONS. THE APPLICANT IS AWARE THAT THEY WOULD BE REQUIRED TO TEMPORARILY CEASE SATELLITE OPERATIONS ON THESE FREQUENCIES UNTIL NOTIFIED OTHERWISE.
180E070224 expired licenseThis is granted without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement action against The North American Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention, Inc. in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities.
181NTIA conditionThe user must provide the Naval Electromagnetic Spectrum Center (703-325-2750) a 24hr phone number (240-447-9573) which would be contacted when national defense and US naval operation requirements necessitate immediate cessation of operations. The applicant is aware that they would be required to temporarily cease satellite operations on these frequencies until notified otherwise.
182GlobecommOperations in the 13.75-14.0 GHz band below 68 dBW (Footnote US356 of the Table of Frequency Allocations) are permitted on an unprotected basis.
183SkyPort T/C & STA Nov 8 07Grant of this application is effective as of November 8, 2007, and is without prejudice to any enforcement action in connection with any prior unauthorized transfer of control of the station.
184Intelsat LLCProtection from adjacent satellite interference is limited to the level based on an antenna performance for which satisfies Section 25.209 of the Commission's rules. The licensee must accept any additional interference received from any adjacent satellites operating in compliance with a two-degree operation.
185E070261 This is granted without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement action against Side by Side, Inc. in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities.
186 This is granted without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement action against Telecommunicaciones Ultramarinas de Puerto Rico in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities.
187ViaSat, Inc. DA 07-4674, rel. November 20, 2007This license is GRANTED by Order and Authorization, DA 07-4674, rel. November 20, 2007, in accordance with the terms, conditions, and technical specifications set forth in its application, the attachment to grant, and the Commission's rules.
188ARNIC Incorporated DA 07-4673, rel. November 20, 2007This license is GRANTED by Order and Authorization, DA 07-4673, rel. November 20, 2007, in accordance with the terms, conditions, and technical specifications set forth in its application, the attachment to grant, and the Commission's rules.
189E000854 ABS-CBN International, Inc.This is granted without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement action against ABS-CBN International, Inc., in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities.
190SkywayThese devices shall not be distributed to users without installation instructions warning against placing the transmitting antenna within 20 cm of the operator's body, unless the licensee or equipment manufacturer obtains an equipment authorization pursuant to Section 25.129 and Part 2, Subpart J of the Commission's rules that includes a showing of compliance with Section 2.1093(d).
191ARINCARINC is authorized to operate in the Carribean Oceanic Region.
192ARINCWhen ARINC operates in the 14.0-14.5 GHz frequency band in the international airspace within line-of-sight of the territory of a foreign administration where fixed service networks have primary allocation in this band, the maximum pfd produced at the surface of the Earth by emissions from a single AES in ARINC’s network should not exceed the following values unless the foreign administration has imposed other conditions for protecting its FS stations: -132 + 0.5 x THETA dB(W/(m^2 MHz)) for THETA <= 40º -112 dB(W/(m^2 MHz)) for 40º < THETA <= 90º Where: THETA is the angle of arrival of the radio-frequency wave (degrees above the horizontal) and the aforementioned limits relate to the pfd and angles of arrival would be obtained under free space propagation conditions. To the extent that all relevant administrations have identified geographic areas from which AMSS operations would not affect their radio operations, ARINC is free to operate its AES within those identified areas without further action.
193ARINCARINC’s AES operations in the 14.0-14.5 GHz band shall comply with the provisions of Annex 1, Part C of Recommendation ITU-R M.1643, with respect to any radio astronomy station performing observations in the 14.47-14.5 GHz band.
194ARINCARINC AMSS operation shall immediately terminate upon notification that such operation is causing harmful interference, not permitted under the terms of pertinent coordination agreements, with (1) lawful operation of any radio system in the 14.0-14.5 GHz band authorized on a primary basis in conformance with the U.S. Table of Frequency Allocations or authorized on a secondary basis prior to the effective date of this authorization, or (2) operation of any TDRSS earth station in the band 14-14.2 GHz, or (3) radio astronomy observations in the 14.47-14.5 GHz band.
195ARINCAES operations in the 11.7-12.2 GHz band shall be in accordance with the space station authorization for the NSS-7 satellite.
196HNS assignmentThis is granted without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement action against HNS License Sub, Limited in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities.
197Sirius XM Radio (Ellenwood, GA)Sirius XM Radio's request for waiver of 47 C.F.R. § 25.202(g) to permit use of the 4196.3750-4196.6250 & 4196.8750-4197.1250 MHz bands (space-to-Earth) and 6422-6423 & 6424-6425 MHz bands (Earth-to-space) for on-station Telemetry, Tracking, & Command (TT&C) of the Sirius FM-1, -2, and -3 space stations (Call Sign S2105) (ITU Filing USASAT-28C) IS GRANTED, subject to the following conditions: (a) Sirius XM Radio is authorized to conduct on-station TT&C functions in the 4/6 GHz band on a non-harmful interference basis to U.S. licensed GSO FSS operations. Sirius XM Radio shall coordinate its TT&C operations in the 4/6 GHz band with U.S. licensed satellites that are within five degrees of all possible equatorial crossing points, as viewed from the Ellenwood, GA, earth station. (b) On-station TT&C operations in the 4/6 GHz band shall not cause unacceptable interference to GSO FSS systems authorized by other countries and operating in accordance with the ITU Radio Regulations. Sirius XM Radio shall coordinate its TT&C operations in the 4/6 GHz band with non-U.S. licensed satellites that are within ten degrees of all possible equatorial crossing points, as viewed from the Ellenwood, GA, earth station. (c) Sirius XM Radio is not entitled to protection from interference from any lawfully operating GSO FSS satellite networks in the 4/6 GHz band. (d) Sirius XM Radio may use this Earth Station to communicate only with FM-1, FM-2 and FM-3.
198INMARSATThis emission is not authorized for communications with the INMARSAT-4F1 or INMARSAT-4F3 satellites.
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199Vizada KA249To the extent that we have concerns about the operations of C-band facilities in uncoordinated areas. We imposed the following conditions: Operations of any C-band facilites in an uncoordinated area is regarded as a violation of 25.221(f) of the Commission's rules. Violation(s) of this condition could result in the loss of any license or STA authorizations.
204Sound of Life, Inc. E960020This is granted without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement action against Sound of Life, Inc. in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities.
205Directv E060441 clear skyThis license is granted to operate with an EIRP per carrier at 71 dBW under clear sky condition and an EIRP per carrier at 91 dBW under faded condition.
206Maritime Telecommunications Network, Inc.Subject to Rule Making. This license is subject to the outcome of any future rule making concerning ESV operations. Grant of this authorization shall not prejudice the outcome of any rulemaking.
207Maritime Telecommunications Network, Inc.Operations to communicate with ALSAT-designated satellites is limited to the 4.5 meter Miramar Fixed Earth Station using the 3700-4200 and 5925-6425 MHz bands only.
208Telesat E020101Remote Control of this earth station in Allen Park, Ontario, Canada, pursuant to the Modification Application in IBFS File No. SES-MOD-20071101-01507 is limited to the 9.3 meter hub antenna.
209Directv 1ROperations shall be consistent with applicable coordination agreements; to the extent such agreements have not been reached, operations shall be on a non-harmful interference basis, i.e., operations of the DIRECTV 1R satellite shall not claim protection from interference caused to it by any other lawfully operating satellites.
210OrbimageThis is granted without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement action against ORBIMAGE License Corp. in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities.
211L-3 Communications (2 antennas)In this authorization L-3 Communications is authorized to operate two ESV antennas (2 meter and 2.4 meter SeaTel) within 10 geographical seconds of each other on different transmit and receive frequencies.
212CapRock ESVIn the 10.95-11.2 and 11.45-11.7 GHz bands, satellite points of communication are limited to the SATMEX-5 @ 116.8 W.L. and SATMEX-6 @ 113 W.L. orbital locations.
213Tri-State SES-LIC-20071019-01437Operation of remote antennas uses CDMA technique.
214Inmarsat 4F2 satelliteAuthority IS GRANTED pursuant to Section 25.210(j) of the Commission’s rules, to permit operations of earth stations with the Inmarsat 4F2 satellite, maintained at ±.10 degree of the 52.75° W.L., subject to the condition that this waiver and the operations it permits shall terminate in the event that a satellite is launched into a location such that its stationkeeping volume would overlap the Inmarsat 4F2 satellite’s ± 0.10 degree stationkeeping volume, but would not overlap the Inmarsat 4F2 satellite’s ±0.05° degree stationkeeping volume, unless Inmarsat has successfully coordinated its physical operations with those of the other spacecraft.
215Inmarsat 4F2 satelliteOperations via the Inmarsat 4F2 satellite using a north-south inclination of as much as three degrees ARE GRANTED, conditioned on operations of the 4F2 complying with the inclined orbit requirements set forth in Sections 25.280(b)(1)-(3) of the Commission’s rules
216distress and safetyOperations in the 1544-1545/1645.5-1646.5 MHz frequency bands ARE LIMITED to distress and safety communications, in accordance with International Footnotes 5.356 and 5.375 of the ITU Radio Regulations.
217AlsatThe " ALSAT" authority listed in this authorization as a point of communication is limited to communications in the 14.0-14.5 and 11.7-12.2 GHz bands only.
218TerrestarFootnote NG104 of the U.S. Table of Frequency Allocations, 47 C.F.R. § 2.106, is waived to permit operation of this station in the 10.7-10.95 GHz (space-to-Earth), 11.2-11.45 GHz (space-to-Earth) and 12.75-13.00 MHz (Earth-to-space) frequency bands for domestic communications. Operation in these bands is protected from interference from Fixed Service operations to the extent coordinated pursuant to the Frequency Coordination Report that TerreStar filed pursuant to 47 C.F.R. § 25.203(c).
219TerrestarOperations involving communications with Terrestar-1 at an inclination greater than 4.5 degrees shall be on an unprotected, non-harmful interference basis vis-a-vis any licensed NGSO operators operating lawfully on a primary basis.
220TerreStarThe licensee shall ensure that operation of this station within the 12.75-13.25 MHz frequency band does not interfere with space research operation at Goldstone, California.
221TerreStarTerreStar’s request for waiver of 47 C.F.R. § 25.202(g) to permit use of two 800 kHz channels centered on 13.7505 GHz and 13.7525 GHz for back-up transfer-orbit telecommand transmissions and emergency on-station telecommand transmissions to the TerreStar-1satellite IS GRANTED, subject to the following: Telecommand transmissions in the extended Ku Band shall cease when the TerreStar-1 satellite arrives at its assigned orbital location. TerreStar shall coordinate transfer-orbit and emergency TT&C operation in the extended Ku Band with existing satellite networks to ensure that no unacceptable interference results. Transfer-orbit operation shall not cause harmful interference to any lawfully operating satellites or other radio communications systems, and TerreStar shall cease such operation immediately upon receiving notification of such interference and shall promptly inform the FCC in writing of such an event. TerreStar is not entitled to protection from interference from other lawfully operating satellites and radio communication systems during such transfer-orbit operations.
222TerreStarTerreStar's Earth-to-space use of the 13.7505 and 13.7525 GHz frequencies is limited to telecommand operations that cannot be accommodated within TerreStar's 12.75-13.0 GHz feeder link band. In the event that on-station telecommand operations cannot be conducted in the 12.75-13.0 GHz frequency band, TerreStar may use the 13.7505 and 13.7525 GHz frequencies for on-station telecommand operations, for five consecutive days, ending at 12:00 p.m. on the fifth day. If additional time is needed, TerreStar must file a request with the Commission for special temporary authority to continue such operations. Terrestar shall notify the Commission, in writing, within two days once it begins use of the 13.7505 and 13.7525 GHz frequencies stating the reasons for commencing such operations.
223MSV-1Footnote NG104 of the U.S. Table of Frequency Allocations, 47 C.F.R. § 2.106, is waived to permit operation of this station in the 10.7-10.95 GHz (space-to-Earth), 11.2-11.45 GHz (space-to-Earth) and 12.75-13.25 MHz (Earth-to-space) frequency bands for domestic communications. Operation in these bands is protected from interference from Fixed Service operations to the extent coordinated pursuant to the Frequency Coordination Report that MSV filed pursuant to 47 C.F.R. § 25.203(c).
224PanAmSatPanAmSat's use of the 5925-5930 MHz, 6420-6425 MHz, 3700-3705 MHz, and 4195-4200 MHz frequency bands to communicate with the ICO-G1 satellite at 92.85° W.L. are limited to TT&C operations that cannot be accommodated within ICO-G1's service bands for on-station TT&C: 29.9955 GHz and 29.9995 GHz (command) and 20.1965 GHz and 20.1985 GHz (telemetry).
225PanAmSatIn the event that on-station TT&C operations cannot be conducted in the 29.9955 GHz, 29.9995 GHz, 20.1965 GHz and 20.1985 GHz frequency bands, PanAmSat may use the 5925-5930 MHz, 6420-6425 MHz, 3700-3705 MHz, and 4195-4200 MHz bands for TT&C operations, for five consecutive days, ending at 12:00 p.m. on the fifth day. If additional time is needed, PanAmSat must file a request with the Commission for special temporary authority to continue its operations for communicating with the ICO-G1 satellite.
226PanAmSat PanAmSat has two days to notify the Commission, in writing, once it begins use of these frequency bands indicating the basis for commencing communications with the ICO-G1.
227PanAmSatPanAmSat must coordinate its TT&C operations for the ICO-GI satellite with any authorized satellites within two degrees of the 92.85° W.L. orbital location.
228PanAmSatIf the ICO-G1 satellite moves from the 92.85° W.L. orbital location or the technical information on file for the ICO-G1 satellite for the 3700-3705, 4195-4200, 5925-5930, or 6420-6425 MHz bands is modified, PanAmSat must file an application to modify this authorization.
229PanAmSatPanAmSat is limited to using only the emissions specified when communicating with the ICO-G1 satellite.
230E000156This is granted without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement action against Honeywell International in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities.
231E872070This is granted without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement action against Saga Radio Networks, LLC in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities.
232 This STA is granted on a non-interference basis only. The term of operations is thirty (30) days from June 3, 2005 until July 3, 2005.
233For transmitting stations seeking to operate with 25.220 satellite operator certifications rather than reducing its powerIf a good faith agreement cannot be reached between the satellite operator and the operator of a future 2° compliant satellite, the earth station operator shall reduce its power to those levels that would accommodate the 2° compliant satellite.
234For receiving stations seeking to operate with 25.220 satellite operator certificationsIf a good faith agreement cannot be reached between the satellite operator and the operator of a future 2° compliant satellite, the earth station operator shall accept the power density levels that would accommodate the 2° compliant satellite.
235Wal-Mart Stores Inc./MODThis authorization is granted with a waiver of Commission's Rules to permit operation at a downlink EIRP density of +13.0 dBW/4kHz from Galaxy 10R.
236Twin CitiesThis is granted without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement action against Twin Cities Public Television Inc. in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities.
237DIRECTVThis is granted without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement action against DIRECTV Enterprises, LLC in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities.
238Intelsat North America LLCLicensee must operate its earth station, Call Sign E040125 in the 6420.5-6425 MHz and 5925.0-5929.5 MHz frequency segments for LEOP operations for these emissions with LEOP satellites only. No other emissions shall be used for LEOP services.
239Intelsat North America LLCThe grant of this authorization is subject to the terms, conditions and technical specifications in the Order and Authorization, DA 06-2557, rel December 21, 2006.
240Sebring, FLThe grant of this authorization is subject to the terms, conditions and technical specifications in the Order and Authorization, DA 07-10, rel. January 4, 2007.
241Twin CitiesThis license is granted without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement action against Twin Cities Public Television, Inc. in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities.
242Wasilla, AKThe grant of this authorization is subject to the terms, conditions and technical specifications in the Order and Authorization, DA 07-11, rel. January 4, 2007.
243 Prior to any future Launch and Early Orbit Phase (LEOP) operations, licensee must file a modification of license to add LEOP as a new point of communication. LEOP operations could commence upon the grant of the modification of license.
244Discovery World Television, Inc.This is granted without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement action against Discovery World Television, Inc. in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities.
245Telesat NetworksThe 10.7-11.7 GHz band is shared on a co-primary basis with the Fixed Service. Section 25.203(c) of the Commission’s rules, 47 C.F.R. § 25.203(c), requires fixed earth station applicants seeking authority to use this band to submit a Frequency Coordination Report with respect to Fixed Service operations. We grant a waiver of the requirement to submit a Frequency Coordination Report to the extent that one is required. Receive operations in these bands will not be protected, however, from interference from fixed operations.
246MSV-1Operation of this station shall be in accordance with the relevant terms and conditions of the MSV-1 space-station license.
247MSV-1Operation of this station in portions of the 12.75-13.25 GHz frequency band shall be on a no-harmful-interference basis pending issuance of an ITU finding permitting such use pursuant to Appendix 30B of the ITU Radio Regulations.
248Telenor ESV applicationsThis is granted upon the operation being fully compliant with the requirements of 47 CFR Parts 25.222 (a)(7) and 25.222(c)(1) by July 20, 2007 and notifying the Commission in writing confirming compliance within 7 calendar days upon full compliance.
249MTN E010332This license is granted authority to provide services for both Earth Stations on-board Vessels (ESV) and VSAT Network.
250MTNArea of Operation: Atlantic Ocean, Pacific Ocean, Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean Sea and Navigable Inland Waters, Subject to the Requirements contained in Section 25.222(d) and (e).
251WildBlue 1 milestoneThe Wildblue-1 space station must be constructed, launched, and placed into operation in accordance with the technical parameters set forth in its application and amendments and terms and conditions of this authorization by these specified dates: a. Execute a binding contract for construction by Oct. 10, 2007; b. Complete the Critical Design Review by Oct. 10, 2008; c. Commence construction by Oct. 10, 2009; d. Launch and begin operations by Oct. 10, 2011; WB Holdings 1 must post a $3 million bond with the Commission, pursuant to the procedures set forth in Public Notice, DA 03-2603, 18 FCC Rcd 16283 (2003), within 30 days following the Public Notice announcing the re-issuance of this license. Failure to meet any of these dates shall render this authorization null and void without any further action by the Commission. See 47 C.F.R. §§ 25.161 and 25.164.
252MSV-1Operation of this station in the 12.75-13.25 GHz frequency band shall be in compliance with any requirements concerning stations in the Broadcast Auxiliary Service and the Cable Television Relay Service adopted in the rulemaking proceeding in ET Docket No. 03-254.
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253DatapathLicensee has 60 days from the grant date to submit to the FCC the results of antenna performance verification measurements in accordance to Section 25.138(d) of the Commission's rules.
254MSV-1Uplink operation of this station shall not harmfully interfere with operation of any Fixed Service station at its present site in the event the Fixed Service station’s assigned frequencies are shifted pursuant to Sections 101.85, 101.89, 101.91, or 101.95 of the Commission’s rules.
25518 GHzPursuant to Section 25.145(g) of the Commission’s rules, operations in the 18.3-18.8 GHz band are not entitled to protection from co-primary terrestrial services until after the period during which terrestrial stations remain co-primary has expired.
25628 GHzOperations in the 28.35-28.6 GHz band is subject to local coordination with legacy temporary-fixed terrestrial stations.
257Telenor E890649Licensee is authorized to use the conventional Ku-band frequencies only 14.0-14.5 GHz and 11.7-12.2 GHz to communicate with ALSAT as a point of communication.
258MSV-1The licensee shall comply with the terms of Footnote US251 to 47 U.S.C. § 2.106 to ensure that operation of this station in the 12.75-13.25 MHz frequency band does not interfere with space research operation at Goldstone, California.
259Steamboat Ski & ResortThis is granted without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement action against Steamboat Ski & Resort Corporation in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities.
260Bobb Jones UniversityThe grant of this Special Temporary Authority is without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement action against Bob Jones University in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities.
261Globalstar's trackerThis is granted without prejudice to any possible FCC enforcement action against GUSA Licensee LLC in connection with any unauthorized operation of the PTracker antenna.
262E030205 transferThis is granted without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement action against ARINC Inc. in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities.
263L-Band operations in the 1600.0-1660.5 MHz bandLicensee shall coordinate with the National Science Foundation (NSF) in the 1660.0-1660.5 MHz band to ensure sharing of co-primary services.
264E070085, E060355This is granted without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement action against SES Americom, Inc. in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities.
265Terrestar (Similar condition to 247)Operations in portions of the 10.7-10.95, 11.2-11.45, and 12.75-13.0 GHz frequency band shall be on a non-harmful interference and unprotected basis pending issuance of an ITU finding permitting such use pursuant to Appendix 30B of the ITU Radio Regulations.
266Terrestar (Similar condition to 252)Operation of this station in the 12.75-13.0 GHz frequency band shall be in compliance with any requirements concerning stations in the Broadcast Auxiliary Service and the Cable Television Relay Service adopted in the rulemaking proceeding in ET Docket No. 03-254.
267DIRECTV Ka-BandThis authorization is issued pursuant to Memorandum Opinion and Order, DA 08-1923, released August 20, 2008.
268DirecTV Ka-Band (All 18.3-18.8 GHz band applicants)Pursuant to Section 25.145(g) of the Commission's rules, operations in the 18.3-18.8 GHz band are not entitled to protection from co-primary terrestrial services until the period during which terrestrial stations remain co-primary has expired.
269E970411This is granted without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement action against Fox Television Stations, Inc. in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities.
270Shop at Home Network LLC, Unauthorized TransfersThis is granted without prejudice to FCC enforcement action in connection with unauthorized transfer of the station.
271Row 44Aircraft earth stations shall not be operated while aircraft are on the ground unless appropriate safety protocols are in place to ensure that persons having access to areas within 11 meters of the antenna are not exposed to radiofrequency energy in excess of the maximum permissible limits specified in 47 C.F.R. Sect. 1.1310. The exterior surface of the aircraft earth-station antenna shall be prominently marked with a warning of the potential for exposure to high levels of radiofrequency energy.
272E000156This is granted without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement action against Honeywell International Inc. in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities.
273Game Show Network E950013"This grant is subject to all of the terms and conditions specified in In the Matter of News Corporation and The DIRECTV Group, Inc., Transferors, and Liberty Media Corporation, Transferee, For Authority to Transfer Control , Memorandum Opinion and Order, FCC 08-66, 23 FCC Rcd 3265 (Feb. 26, 2008)."
274New ICO E080035Operation in the 2000-2010 MHz and 2190-2200 MHz frequency bands must be on a non-interference-basis with respect to the primary-status systems.
275PanasonicOperation pursuant to this authorization shall conform to the requirements of Panasonic's coordination agreements with NASA and the NSF and its coordination agreement with Telesat and Intelsat.
276 In order to meet the 71 dBW/6MHz interference criteria, the Southbury, CT earth station would have to be limited to a maximum total EIRP of 79.7 dBW. If this operational condition cannot be met, the earth station may not be tuned to operate at the frequencies in 13.772-13.778 GHz band.
278E980222, E980223This is granted without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement action against Shop At Home Network, LLC in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities.
279L-3 Communications Titan CorporationThis is GRANTED with conditions pursuant to Order and Authorization, DA 09-587, released March 16, 2009.
280L-3 Communications Titan CorporationL-3 Communications Titan Corporation's earth station must accept interference from the lawful operation of any station in the 11.7-12.2 GHz band in accordance with the U.S. Table of Frequency Allocations (47 C.F.R. § 2.106) and shall immediately terminate space-to-Earth operations upon notification that such operations are causing harmful interference, not permitted under the terms of the pertinent coordination agreement, with lawful operation of any radio system in the 11.7-12.2 GHz band in conformance with the U.S. Table of Frequency Allocations.
281L-3 Communications Titan CorporationL-3 Communications must coordinate its operations with any lawfully operating Ku-band NGSO FSS system, and obtain an affidavit from the Ku-band NGSO FSS system that L-3 Communications's operations are acceptable. In the absence of such an affidavit, L-3 Communications's system must cease service immediately upon launch and operation of the first satellite of the Ku-band NGSO FSS system, or demonstrate that it will not cause harmful interference to the new NGSO FSS system. Failure to make such a demonstration may subject L-3 Communications to further conditions by the Commission designed to address potential harmful interference.
282L-3 Communications Titan CorporationThe operation of L-3 Communications's mobile earth station shall immediately terminate upon notification that its operation is causing harmful interference with 1) the lawful operation of any radio system in the 14.0-14.5 GHz band authorized on a primary basis in conformance with the U.S. Table of Frequency Allocations or authorized on a secondary basis prior to the effective date of MEMORANDUM OPINION, ORDER AND AUTHORIZATION, or 2) the operation of any TDRSS earth station in the 14 -14.2 GHz band, or 3) radio astronomy observations in the 14.47-14.5 GHz band.
283L-3 Communications Titan CorporationL-3 Communications must specify a person as a point of contact for discussing interference concerns with other licensees or U.S. Government agencies and must submit, within 30 days of the release of this authorization, a letter to the Commission to be included in its license file with the name and telephone number(s) of the contact.
284L-3 Communications Titan CorporationL-3 Communications must maintain records of the location of its mobile earth station in longitude and latitude; transmit frequency, channel bandwidth, and satellite used for a period of not less than one year. Records will be recorded at time intervals no greater than every 20 minutes while the mobile earth station is transmitting. The earth station operator will make this data available upon request to a coordinator, fixed system operator, fixed-satellite system operator, NTIA, or the Commission within 24 hours of the request. L-3 Communications must also maintain logs of all alleged incidences of interference, the stations involved, and the outcome of the incident.
285L-3 Communications Titan CorporationL-3 Communications's mobile earth station must be able to receive "enable transmission" and "disable transmission" commands from the network control center and must cease transmission immediately after receiving any "parameter change" command until it receives an "enable transmission" command from the network control center. The network control center will monitor operation of the L-3 Communications's mobile earth station to determine if it is malfunctioning, and the L-3 Communications's mobile earth station will self-monitor and automatically cease transmission upon detecting an operational fault that could cause harmful interference to the fixed-satellite service network.
286L-3 Communications Titan CorporationL-3 Communications's operation in the 11.7-12.2 GHz and 14.0-14.5 GHz band shall be in accordance with the space station authorization for the satellites with which L-3 Communications's mobile earth station will communicate.
287L-3 Communications Titan CorporationL-3 Communications shall not operate in the 14.47-14.5 GHz band unless and until L-3 Communications enters into an agreement with the National Science Foundation. L-3 Communications must conform its operations to the terms of any coordination agreement with the National Science Foundation and must file a copy of the agreement with the Commission within 30 days of execution.
288L-3 Communications Titan CorporationL-3 Communications must cease operations in the 14.0-14.2 GHz band within 125 km of White Sands, New Mexico and within 125 km of the new earth station in Blossom Point, Maryland once it commences TDRSS operations, unless and until an agreement is reached between L-3 Communications and NASA, and approved by the Commission and NTIA.
289L-3 Communications Titan CorporationThe LMSS terminal authorized herein may not be operated within a network of similarly non-conforming terminals without further authorization from the Commission.
290L-3 Communications Titan CorporationL-3 Communications shall take all reasonable and customary measures to ensure that the mobile earth station does not create a potential for harmful non-ionizing radiation to persons who may be in the vicinity of the earth station when it is in operation. At a minimum, permanent warning labels shall be fixed to the earth station and its housing warning of the radiation hazard and including a diagram showing the regions around the earth station where radiation levels could exceed 1.0mW/cm². The earth station operator shall be responsible for assuring that individuals do not stray into the regions around the earth station where there is a potential for exceeding the maximum permissible exposure limits required by 47 C.F.R. § 1.1310. This shall be accomplished by means of signs, caution tape, verbal warnings, placement of the earth station so as to minimize access to the hazardous region, and/or other appropriate means, including muting the transmitter upon loss of the downlink signal and an enabling feature that only permits transmissions after the downlink signal is received, the operator is able to verify that the antenna is properly pointed at the target satellite, and the link is unobstructed.
291Intelsat SES-MOD-20080814-01062, Call Sign E020315In the 5850-5925 MHz band, prior to operation, licensee must coordinate with WAFC (Phone 760-939-6948).
292INMARSAT-4F3Authority IS GRANTED pursuant to Section 25.210(j) of the Commission's rules, to permit operations of earth stations with the Inmarsat 4F3 satellite, maintained at ±.10 degree of the 97.65° W.L., subject to the condition that this waiver and the operations it permits shall terminate in the event that a satellite is launched into a location such that its stationkeeping volume would overlap the Inmarsat 4F3 satellite's ± 0.10 degree stationkeeping volume, but would not overlap the Inmarsat 4F3 satellite's ±0.05° degree stationkeeping volume, unless Inmarsat has successfully coordinated its physical operations with those of the other spacecraft.
293INMARSAT-4F3Operations via the Inmarsat 4F3 satellite using a north-south inclination of as much as three degrees ARE GRANTED, conditioned on operations of the 4F3 complying with the inclined orbit requirements set forth in Sections 25.280(b)(1)-(3) of the Commission's rules.
294INMARSAT-4F1Authority IS GRANTED pursuant to Section 25.210(j) of the Commission's rules, to permit operations of earth stations with the Inmarsat 4F1 satellite, maintained at ±.10 degree of the 143.5° E.L., subject to the condition that this waiver and the operations it permits shall terminate in the event that a satellite is launched into a location such that its stationkeeping volume would overlap the Inmarsat 4F1 satellite's ± 0.10 degree stationkeeping volume, but would not overlap the Inmarsat 4F1 satellite's ±0.05° degree stationkeeping volume, unless Inmarsat has successfully coordinated its physical operations with those of the other spacecraft.
295INMARSAT-4F1Operations via the Inmarsat 4F1 satellite using a north-south inclination of as much as three degrees ARE GRANTED, conditioned on operations of the 4F1 complying with the inclined orbit requirements set forth in Sections 25.280(b)(1)-(3) of the Commission's rules.
296INMARSAT-4F1Until such time that the operations in the 3600-3700 and 6425-6575 MHz bands over the INMARSAT 4F1 satellite network have been coordinated with adjacent satellite operators within 6 degrees of 143.5 E.L., operations in the 3600-3700 and 6425-6575 MHz bands in communication with the INMARSAT 4F1 satellite (1) shall not claim protection from U.S. services provided by U.S. authorized satellite networks that are compliant with the Commission's two-degree spacing rules; (2) shall not cause harmful interference to, nor shall operators accessing these satellite networks claim protection from, United Sates-authorized services that are compliant with the Commission's two-degree spacing rules and provided over non-United States authorized satellite networks; (3) and shall cease immediately upon notification of harmful interference. Complaints of all radio interference shall be forwarded immediately to the Commission in writing.
297L-BandOperations in the 1525-1559 MHz and 1626.5-1660.5 MHz frequency bands shall have the following minimum set of capabilities to ensure compliance with Footnotes 5.357A, 5.353A, US308, and US315 to Section 2.106 of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R. 2.106: (1) All Land Earth Station (LES) transmissions to mobile earth stations (MESs) shall have a priority assigned to them that preserves the priority and preemptive access given to maritime distress and safety communications. (2) The LES shall recognize the priority of calls to and from MES and make channel assignments taking into account the priority access that is given to maritime distress and safety communications. (3) The LES shall be capable of receiving the MES identification number when transmitted and verifying that it is an authorized user of the system to prohibit unauthorized access. (4) The LES shall be capable of transmitting channel assignment commands to the MESs. (5) The communications channels used between the LES and the MES shall have provision for signalling within the voice/data channel, for an MES, which does not continuously monitor the LES signalling channel during the time of a call. (6) The LES shall transmit periodic control signalling signals to MES, which do not continuously monitor the LES signalling channel. (7) The LES shall automatically inhibit all transmissions to MESs to which it is not transmitting a signalling channel or signalling within the communications channel. (8) The LES shall be capable of transmitting channel-shut-off commands to the MESs on signalling or communications channels. (9) Each LES shall be capable of interrupting, and if necessary, preempting ongoing routine traffic from an MES in order to complete a maritime distress, urgency or safety call to that particular MES. (10) Each LES shall be capable of automatically turning off one or more of its associated channels in order to complete a maritime distress, urgency or safety call.
298Inmarsat E090032This authorization and any licenses related thereto are subject to compliance with the provisions of the Agreement between Inmarsat Hawaii Inc., the Department of Justice (DOJ), and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), dated September 24, 2008.
299E090086This is granted without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement action against VSAT Systems, LLC in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities.
300(Article 4.4 provision) With respect to antenna size and pointing accuracy, licensee is authorized to operate in accordance with Article 4.4 of the ITU Radio Regulations. The operations authorized herein shall not cause harmful interference to, and shall not claim protection from harmful interference caused by, a station operating in accordance with the provisions of the ITU Constitution, the ITU Convention, and the ITU Radio Regulations. The operations authorized herein are otherwise consistent with ITU provisions.
301KVH ESVKVH Industries, Inc. shall maintain a point of contact for discussing interference concerns with other licensees and U.S. Government agencies and shall submit a letter to be included in its license file with the name and telephone number of the contact prior to commencing operation.
302KVH ESVKVH Industries, Inc. shall notify the Commission of the date when commercial operation of its ESV networks commences. Twelve months after commencing commercial operation, KVH Industries shall file a report on the system’s aggregate off-axis radiation performance since the commencement of commercial operation, based on the most recent available data and taking into account all relevant variables.
303KVH ESVAll operating ESVs must be monitored, and operations adjusted if necessary, to ensure that no more interference in the geostationary plane is caused by the entire network of ESVs at any time (accumulating the interference caused by all correctly pointed and all mispointed higher-power ESV antennas) than would be caused by a single earth station transmitting in compliance with Sections 25.222(a)(1), 25.222(a)(3), and 25.222(a)(4) of the Commission's rules, using N=1.
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304KVH ESVPursuant to this authorization operations in the 14.47-14.5 GHz (Earth-to-Space) frequency band within 45 km of the radio observatory on St. Croix, Virgin Islands, 125 Km of the radio observatory on Mauna Kea, Hawaii and 90 km of the Arecibo observatory on Puerto Rico are prohibited unless KVH reaches an agreement with the National Science Foundation permitting such operations, and this agreement is approved by NTIA and the FCC.
305KVH ESVThis license is subject to the outcome of any future rulemaking concerning ESV operations. Grant of this authorization shall not prejudice the outcome of any rulemaking.
306MVS Fed, LLCThis authorization and any licenses related thereto are subject to compliance with the provisions of the Agreement between MVS Fed, LLC, the Department of Justice (DOJ), and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), dated September 24, 2008.
307Inmarsat/DOJ/DHSThis authorization is subject to compliance with the provisions of the Agreement between Inmarsat on the one hand and the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) on the other, dated September 23, 2008.
308HorizonThis authorization and any licenses related thereto are subject to compliance with the provisions of the Agreement between Horizon Mobile Communications, Inc., the Department of Justice (DOJ), and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), dated September 24, 2008.
309American SamoaTo the extent there are any pressure vessels on the spacecraft which were permanently sealed prior to the effective date of Section 25.283c of the FCC's rules, this action is based upon a finding that relieving any such vessel is not possible other than through direct retrieval of the Spacecraft.
310HispanicThis transmitting earth station is granted to operate the frequency band 3650-3700 MHz on a secondary basis (see U.S. Table of Frequency Allocations footnote NG169) and shall immediately cease operation upon notification of harmful interference into any service that has primary status.
311Hispanic2) In accordance with US245, the applicant is aware of the potential allocation and electromagnetic compatibility issues in 5850-5925 MHz band, and agrees to accept this potential for unacceptable interference in accordance with footnote G2 and these fixed-satellite service operations are limited to international inter-continental satellite systems (S818)§ IDKT: J0611738
312LMSS condition 9-30-10Licensee must accept interference from the lawful operation of any station in the 11.7-12.2 GHz band in accordance with the U.S. Table of Frequency Allocations (47 C.F.R. § 2.106) and shall immediately terminate space-to-Earth operations upon notification that such operations are causing harmful interference, not permitted under the terms of the pertinent coordination agreement, with lawful operation of any radio system in the 11.7-12.2 GHz band in conformance with the U.S. Table of Frequency Allocations.
313ESV condition 9-30-10Operations of ESVs in the 14.0-14.2 GHz (Earth-to-space) frequency band within 125 km of the NASA TDRSS facilities on Guam (located at latitude: 13 ° 36' 55" N, longitude 144 ° 51' 22" E) or White Sands, New Mexico (latitude: 32 ° 20' 59" N, longitude 106 ° 36' 31" W and latitude: 32 ° 32' 40" N, longitude 106 ° 36' 48" W) are subject to coordination through the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) Interdepartment Radio Advisory Committee (IRAC). When NTIA seeks to provide similar protection to future TDRSS sites that have been coordinated through the IRAC Frequency Assignment Subcommittee process, NTIA will notify the Commission that the site is nearing operational status. Upon public notice from the Commission, all Ku-band ESV operators must cease operations in the 14.0-14.2 GHz band within 125 km of the new TDRSS site until after NTIA/IRAC coordination for the new TDRSS facility is complete. ESV operations will then again be permitted to operate in the 14.0–14.2 GHz band within 125 km of the new TDRSS site, subject to any operational constraints developed in the coordination process.
314ESV condition 9-30-10Operations of ESVs in the 14.47-14.5 GHz (Earth-to-space) frequency band within a) 45 km of the radio observatory on St. Croix, Virgin Islands (latitude 17 ° 46' N, longitude 64 ° 35' W); b) 125 km of the radio observatory on Mauna Kea, Hawaii (at latitude 19 ° 48' N, longitude 155 ° 28' W); and c) 90 km of the Arecibo Observatory on Puerto Rico (latitude 18 ° 20' 46" W, longitude 66 ° 45' 11" N) are subject to coordination through the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) Interdepartment Radio Advisory Committee (IRAC).
315ESV condition 9-30-10Licensee must cease all operations in the 14.0-14.2 GHz band within 125 km of White Sands, New Mexico and Quam within 125 km of the new TDRSS site until an agreement is reached between the Licensee and NASA, and approved by the Commission and NTIA, and coordination with NTIA/IRAC for the new TDRSS facility is complete.
316NTIA condition 10-5-2010L-3 Communications Titan Corporation shall not operate in the band 14.0-14.2 GHz within 125 km of the NASA TDRSS facilities on Guam (latitude 13°36'55" N, longitude 144°51'22" E) and White Sands, New Mexico (latitude 32°20'59" N, longitude 106°36'31" W and latitude 32°32'40" N, longitude 106°36'48" W); and, once it commences TDRSS operations, within 125 km of the new earth station in Blossom Point, Maryland unless and until L-3 Communications Titan Corporation enters into an agreement with NASA that NTIA has approved. L-3 Communications Titan Corporation must conform its operations to the terms of any coordination agreement with the NASA and must file a copy of the agreement with the Commission within 30 days of execution.
317NTIA condition 10-5-2010L-3 Communications Titan Corporation shall not operate in the band 14.47-14.5 GHz within the coordination zones listed in § 25.226 (d)(2) Table 1 unless and until L-3 Communications Titan Corporation enters into an agreement with the National Science Foundation that has been approved by NTIA. L-3 Communications Titan Corporation must conform its operations to the terms of any coordination agreement with the National Science Foundation and must file a copy of the agreement with the Commission within 30 days of execution.
318Row 44Row 44's aircraft earth stations shall not receive downlinks in the 11.45-11.7 GHz band in U.S. airspace, including airspace over U.S. territorial waters.
319Row 44Operation in the 11.45-12.2 GHz band shall be in accordance with the space station authorization for Telstar 11N. The licensee must accept interference from lawful operation of any station in the 11.45-11.7 GHz band in accordance with the U.S. Table of Frequency Allocations, 47 C.F.R. § 2.106, and shall immediately terminate operation in that band upon notification that such operation is causing harmful interference, not permitted under the terms of a coordination agreement, with lawful operation of any radio system in conformance with the U.S. Table of Frequency Allocations. In the event that another co-frequency GSO FSS satellite commences operation at a location within six degrees of the Telstar 11N space station, Row 44 shall cease communication via Telstar 11N unless the operator of Telstar 11N has coordinated such Row 44 operation with the operator of the new satellite or Row 44 demonstrates that it will not cause harmful interference to lawful operation via the new satellite. In the event that a co-frequency NGSO satellite system commences operation, Row 44 shall cease communication via Telstar 11N unless the operator of Telstar 11N has coordinated such Row 44 operation with the operator of the new NGSO system or Row 44 demonstrates that it will not cause harmful interference to lawful operation via the new NGSO satellite system.
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326New ICO/ATCATC operation pursuant to this authorization shall not commence until ICO has firm arrangements in place to meet the requirement, in Section 25.149(b)(2)(ii) of the Rules, to have a spare satellite available not later than one year after commencement of ATC operations.
327New ICO/ATCATC base stations authorized herein must attenuate out-of-band emissions by a factor of (43 + 10*log(P) dB) below the transmitter power (P) on frequencies outside the 2180-2190 MHz band.
328New ICO/ATCATC base stations authorized herein may transmit with power spectral density levels up to 32 dBW/MHz EIRP.
329New ICO/ATCIn the event that another party commences providing AMS(R)S in the 2 GHz MSS bands, the holder of this authorization shall coordinate with the AMS(R)S operator with regard to operation in excess of technical limits prescribed in Section 25.252 pursuant to the waivers granted herein.
330New ICO/ATCOperation pursuant to this authorization shall be conducted in a manner consistent with the "Operator-to-Operator Agreement between ICO Global Communications and United States Federal Government Agencies Operating Earth Stations in the 2200-2290 MHz Band," and the EIRP spectral density of out-of-band emissions from any base station authorized herein that is situated within 133 kilometers of an existing Federal Government earth station operating in the 2200-2290 MHz band shall not exceed -100.6 dBW/4kHz in any portion of that band.
331New ICO/ATCThe EIRP spectral density of ATC terminal transmissions in transmission bandwidths less than 1.23 megahertz shall not exceed -60 dBW/Hz.
332New ICO/ATCATC stations authorized herein shall meet the limits on emissions in the 1559-1610 MHz band specified in this Order, above.
333New ICO/ATCICO may not commence ATC operations until its commercial MSS is available to the public throughout the ICO G1 satellite's coverage area, unless the Commission modifies or otherwise provides relief from the provisions of Sections 25.149(b)(3), 74.690(e)(1)(i) and 78.40(f)(2) of the rules in connection with ET Docket 95-18, ET Docket 00-258, and WT Docket 02-55, or a related proceeding.
334New ICO/ATCThis authorization is conditioned upon the outcome of ET Docket 95-18, ET Docket 00-258, and WT Docket 02-55, and any related proceedings.
335New ICO/ATCThe EIRP and EIRP densities authorized are permitted only for communication with the ICO-G1 satellite for MSS.
336Inmarsat KA25 and E080059Inmarsat’s request for a waiver of Section 25.202(g) is GRANTED. Section 25.202(g) requires "telemetry, tracking, and telecommand (TT&C) functions for U.S. domestic satellites shall be conducted at either or both edges of the allocated band(s). Frequencies, polarization, and coding shall be selected to minimize interference into other satellite networks and within their own satellite system." This waiver is based on the following findings: (a) the Inmarsat 4F1 and 4F3 spacecraft have been coordinated with adjacent operators to allow TT&C in these bands; (b) altering current coordination agreements for these and adjacent locations would be unduly disruptive of ongoing operations; (c) the Inmarsat 4FI and 4F3 spacecraft have been placed into operation and the TT&C frequencies upon which they rely cannot be altered. Inmarsat states that the design of the Inmarsat 4 spacecraft was completed in 2001, before it anticipated performing TT&C operations for these spacecraft in the U.S.
337Inmarsat KA25 and E080059Grant of Intelsat’s waiver of 25.202(g) is subject to the following conditions: (a) Inmarsat must coordinate its operations with space stations operating within 6 degrees of the Inmarsat 4F1 and 4F3 space stations. (b) Notwithstanding the International Coordination Status, Inmarsat’s operations must be on non-interference basis, i.e., Inmarsat may not cause harmful interference to, or claim protection from,any authorized space stations operating in the conventional C-band frequencies, and shall cease operations immediately upon notification of such interference. (c) In the event Inmarsat is notified of interference, it may request special temporary authority to operate TT&C under an alternate plan. (d) Within 90 days of the grant of this authorization, Inmarsat must file with the Commission a comprehensive plan detailing how it will protect other authorized operators using the C-band frequencies. This plan should specify Inmarsat’s power levels, and include a list of all parties with which Inmarsat has coordination agreements. (e) Inmarsat must accommodate future space station and earth station networks that are compliant with Section 25.202(g). (f) The uplink antenna sizes for this earth station must be no less than 19 meters.
338Purerto RicoThis grant is subject to the Satellite Division has examined the showing made by SES Gibraltar in order to determine that U.S.-licensed satellites have "effective competitive opportunities"(the "ECO-Sat Test") in Gibraltar and the United Kingdom, Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Bermuda, the British Virgin Islands, the Cayman Islands, and the Netherlands Antilles, and has found that the ECO-Sat Test is satisfied for these home and route markets for DTH service to, from, and within the United States by the AMC-21 satellite.
339GeoLogicMETs authorized herein will be capable of preempting a channel to complete an aeronautical safety-related call within no more than 10.34 seconds.
340GeoLogicGeoLogic Solutions, Inc.'s authorization for operations in the upper L-band is limited to a term ending September 30, 2011. If GeoLogic Solutions wishes to continue to operate in the upper L-band beyond September 30, 2011, it must file a new modification application, and in that application must justify its need to continue to operate under a waiver of Footnote US308 to the Table of Frequency Allocations, Section 2.106 of the Commissions rules, 47 C.F.R. § 2.106, and must submit an analysis of its MET operations in the United States showing the number of packets each month having a transmission duration of 3 seconds or longer since the release of this authorization.
341KA25Grant of Intelsat’s waiver of 25.202(g) is subject to the following conditions: (a) Inmarsat must coordinate its operations with space stations operating within 6 degrees of the Inmarsat 4F1 and 4F3 space stations. (b) Notwithstanding the International Coordination Status, Inmarsat’s operations must be on non-interference basis, i.e., Inmarsat may not cause harmful interference to, or claim protection from,any authorized space stations operating in the conventional C-band frequencies, and shall cease operations immediately upon notification of such interference. (c) In the event Inmarsat is notified of interference, it may request special temporary authority to operate TT&C under an alternate plan. (d) Within 90 days of the grant of this authorization, Inmarsat must file with the Commission a comprehensive plan detailing how it will protect other authorized operators using the C-band frequencies. This plan should specify Inmarsat’s power levels, and include a list of all parties with which Inmarsat has coordination agreements. (e) Inmarsat must accommodate future space station and earth station networks that are compliant with Section 25.202(g). (f) The uplink antenna sizes for this earth station must be no less than 16 meters.
342EllenwoodSirius XM Radio requested a waiver of Section 25.202(g) of the Commission's rules to permit it to use C-band frequencies for TT&C on a routine basis. A similar request was granted for "backup" use in (February 17, 2009). Sirius XM Radio currently performs TT&C functions for the Sirius FM-1, -2, and -3 space stations using C-band frequencies from its earth stations in Quito, Ecuador and Utive, Panama. Since applying for authority to use the Ellenwood station, the health of these South American earth stations has declined substantially. The former complement of four antennas is now reduced to three, and is often reduced to two when failures occur and repairs are needed. As a result, there currently is a deficiency in Sirius XM Radio’s routine TT&C coverage that can best be satisfied by using the Ellenwood earth station. Sirius XM Radio states that it will use only a small portion of the C-band and will transmit uplink commands primarily while its satellites are sufficiently far away from the GSO equatorial arc to preclude interference. In addition, Sirius XM Radio has carefully coordinated all C-band operations with other operators using these frequencies and updates this coordination every six months. We find that the grant of a waiver to section 25.202(g) of the Commission's rules will serve the public interest by ensuring adequate TT&C coverage. In addition, we believe that interference will be minimized by Sirius XM Radio's restriction of transmissions while the satellites are outside of the geostationary arc and by coordination with potentially affected geostationary satellite operators. Therefore, the waiver of section 25.202(g) is GRANTED subject to the following condition numbers 343, 344, 345 and 346.
343EllenwoodSirius XM Radio may use this Earth Station to communicate only with FM-1, FM-2 and FM-3.
344EllenwoodSirius XM Radio may not transmit to the FM-1, FM-2 and FM-3 satellites while they are within 5 degrees of the geostationary arc.
345EllenwoodSirius XM Radio must operate this earth station in accordance with the coordination agreements obtained from other affected C-band satellite operators. If no coordination agreements exist, Sirius XM Radio must operate this Earth Station on an unprotected, non-interference basis vis-a-vis those operators.
346EllenwoodSirius must accommodate any future GSO satellite that is operating in accordance section 25. 202(g).
347Qualcomm IncorporatedESVs emitting 20 dBW maximum EIRP and 15.5 megahertz necessary bandwidth (higher-power ESVs) must be operated so that there are no more than 50 simultaneously transmitting, frequency hopping ESVs in use at any time.
348Qualcomm IncorporatedEach higher-power ESV must automatically cease transmitting when it is mispointed by 5 degrees or more from the true azimuth to the target satellite.
349Qualcomm IncorporatedAll operating higher-powered ESVs must be monitored, and operations adjusted if necessary, to ensure that no more interference in the geostationary plane is caused by the entire network of higher power ESVs at any time (accumulating the interference caused by all correctly pointed and all mispointed higher-power ESV antennas) than would be caused by a single earth station transmitting in compliance with Section 25.222(a)(1)(i)(A)-(C) of the Commission's rules, using N=1.
350Qualcomm IncorporatedQualcomm Incorporated must coordinate its operations with Ku-band Non-Geostationary Satellite Orbit (NGSO) Fixed Satellite Service (FSS) systems, and obtain an affidavit from any Ku-band NGSO FSS licensee that Qualcomm Incorporated's ESV operations are acceptable. In the absence of such an affidavit, Qualcomm Incorporated's ESV system must cease service immediately upon launch and operation of the first satellite in a Ku-band NGSO FSS system, or demonstrate that it will not cause harmful interference to the new NGSO FSS system. Failure to make such a demonstration may subject Qualcomm Incorporated's ESVs to further conditions by the Commission designed to address potential harmful interference.
351Qualcomm IncorporatedESV terminals shall operate in compliance with any limits established by the International Telecommunication Union to protect other services allocated internationally.
352Qualcomm IncorporatedQualcomm Incorporated shall maintain a point of contact, available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, with authority and ability to cease all emissions from the ESVs, either directly or through the facilities of a U.S. Hub or a Hub located in another country with which the United States has a bilateral agreement that enables such cessation of emissions, for discussing interference concerns with other licensees and U.S. Government agencies and shall submit a letter to be included in its license file with the name and telephone number of the contact prior to commencing operation.
353Qualcomm IncorporatedQualcomm Incorporated shall notify the Commission of the date when commercial operation of the higher power ESV system commences. Twelve months after commencing commercial operation, the licensee shall file a report on the system's aggregate off-axis radiation performance since the commencement of commercial operation, based on the most recent available data and taking into account all relevant variables.
354KVH Industries, Inc.The licensee must coordinate its operations with Ku-band Non-Geostationary Satellite Orbit (NGSO) Fixed Satellite Service (FSS) systems, and obtain an affidavit from any Ku-band NGSO FSS licensee that the ESV licensee's operations are acceptable. In the absence of such an affidavit, the licensee's ESV system must cease service immediately upon launch and operation of the first satellite in a Ku-band NGSO FSS system, or demonstrate that it will not cause harmful interference to the new NGSO FSS system. Failure to make such a demonstration may subject the licensee's ESVs to further conditions by the Commission designed to address potential harmful interference.
355KVH Industries, Inc.The KVH ESV networks shall operate in compliance with any pertinent limits established by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) to protect other services allocated internationally.
356KVH Industries, Inc.The licensee shall maintain a point of contact, available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, with authority and ability to cease all emissions from the ESVs, either directly or through the facilities of a U.S. Hub or a Hub located in another country with which the United States has a bilateral agreement that enables such cessation of emissions, for discussing interference concerns with other licensees and U.S. Government agencies and shall submit a letter to be included in its license file with the name and telephone number of the contact prior to commencing operation.
357KVH Industries, Inc.Twelve months from the date of the grant of this authorizations, the licensee shall file a report on the system's aggregate off-axis radiation performance, based on the most recent available data and taking into account all relevant variables.
358(See Application at 11-13. N=7 for V7 (ESV NET1); other values for N for V3 (ESV NET2)). KVH shall operate a maximum of 7 ESV NET 1 antennas transmitting simultaneously in the same satellite receiving beam. KVH shall operate a maximum of 13 ESV NET 2 antennas (36 MHz bandwidth) or 6 ESV NET 2 antennas (18 MHz bandwidth) transmitting simultaneously in the same satellite receiving beam. All operating ESVs must be monitored, and operations adjusted if necessary, to ensure that no more interference in the geostationary plane is caused by the entire network of ESVs at any time (accumulating the interference caused by all correctly pointed and all mispointed ESV antennas) than would be caused by a single earth station transmitting in compliance with Sections 25.222(a)(1)(i)(A)-(C) of the Commission's rules, using N=1.
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359KVH Industries, Inc.Pursuant to this authorization operations in the 14.47-14.5 GHz (Earth-to-Space) frequency band within 45 km of the radio observatory on St. Croix, Virgin Islands, 125 km of the radio observatory on Mauna Kea, Hawaii and 90 km of the Arecibo observatory on Puerto Rico are prohibited unless the licensee reaches an agreement with the National Science Foundation permitting such operations, and this agreement is approved by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration's Interdepartment Radio Advisory Committee and the FCC.
360KVH Industries, Inc.This license is subject to the revised ESV rules adopted in Procedures to Govern the Use of Satellite Earth Stations on Board Vessels in the 5925-6425 MHz/3700-4200 MHz Bands and 14.0-14.5 GHz/11.7-12.2 GHz Bands, IB Docket No. 02-10, ESV Order on Reconsideration, FCC 09-63 (released July 31, 2009).
361KVH Industries, Inc.KVH, Inc. may decline this authorization as conditioned within 30 days from the date of release of this Order and Authorization. Failure to respond within that period will constitute formal acceptance of the authorization as conditioned.
362KVH Industries, Inc.This Order and Authorization is issued on delegated authority pursuant to Sections 0.51 and 0.261 of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R. §§ 0.51 and 0.261, and is effective upon release. Petitions for reconsideration under Section 1.106 or applications for review under Section 1.115 of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R. §§ 1.106, 1.115, may be filed within 30 days of the date of the public notice indicating that this action was taken.
363Terrestar Network Inc.The EIRP and EIRP densities authorized are permitted only for communication with the Terrestar-1 satellite for MSS. ATC operations are subject to the conditions and terms set forth in the Commission’s Order and Authorization, DA 09-38, released January 15, 2009.
364KVH Industries, Inc.The amendments to KVH Industries, Inc.'s E060335 application, File Nos. SES-AFS-20061130-02065, SES-AMD-20070723-00976, and SES-AFS-20090515-00589 are incorporated by reference into this ESV authorization.
365KVH Industries, Inc.The amendment to KVH Industries, Inc.'s E070085 application, File No. SES-AMD-20090515-00596 is incorporated by reference into this ESV authorization.
366CapRockESV in motion cannot claim protection from transmissions of terrestrial services operating in accordance with the Radio Regulations.
367CapRockThe licensee must assure that no harmful interference will come to US operations broadcast satellite downlink operations from the FSS downlinks in the 12.5-12.75 GHz band.
368CapRockOperations within territorial waters of other administrations must follow the local rules pertaining to ESVs.
369Row 44 Inc.This authorization includes authority for operations in the United States, including the airspace above territorial waters and in airspace beyond the territorial waters of the United States, within the footprints specified for the satellites authorized as points of communication.
370Row 44 Inc.When operating in the 14.0-14.5 GHz frequency band in international airspace within line-of-sight of the territory of a foreign administration where fixed service networks have primary allocation in this band, the maximum pfd produced at the surface of the Earth by emissions from a single AES in Row 44 Inc.'s network should not exceed the following values unless the foreign administration has imposed other conditions for protecting its FS stations: -132 + 0.5 x THETA dB(W/(m^2 MHz)) for THETA <= 40º -112 dB(W/(m^2 MHz)) for 40º < THETA <= 90º Where: THETA is the angle of arrival of the radio-frequency wave (degrees above the horizontal) and the aforementioned limits relate to the pfd and angles of arrival would be obtained under free space propagation conditions. To the extent that all relevant administrations have identified geographic areas from which AMSS operations would not affect their radio operations, Row 44 Inc. is free to operate its AES within those identified areas without further action.
372Vizada KA313IN THE BAND 3600-3650 MHZ, IN ACCORDANCE WITH US245. i) AN EMC ANALYSIS BASIS ON THE NTIA TR-99-361 REPORT WAS PERFORMED BY THE NON-GOVERNMENT APPLICANT AND THE NON-GOVERNMENT APPLICANT AGREES TO ACCEPT THIS POTENTIAL FOR UNACCEPTABLE INTERFERENCE, AND ii) THESE FIXED-SATELLITE SERVICE OPERATIONS ARE LIMITED TO INTERNATIONAL INTER-CONTINENTAL SYSTEMS (S816)$
373TerreStar Networks Inc.The EIRP and EIRP densities specified in this Form 488 are permitted only for communication with the authorized satellite for MSS.
374TerreStar Networks Inc.This authorization is issured pursuant to the Commission's Order and Authorization DA 10-60, released January 13, 2010, and is subject to the terms and conditions set forth in that decision.
375Row 44 Inc.AES operations in the 14.0-14.5 GHz band shall comply with the provisions of Annex 1, Part C of Recommendation ITU-R M.1643, with respect to any radio astronomy station performing observations in the 14.47-14.5 GHz band.
376Row 44 Inc.This authorization is subject to the overall limit of 1,000 on the combined number of AES operating at one time.
377TerreStar License Inc.MSS and ATC operations are subject to the terms and conditions set forth in the Order and Authorization, DA 10-60, released January 13, 2010.
378 Per condition number 7 of SAT-LOA-20101014-00219, Intelsat has agreed to accept any level of interference from fixed stations into its receive-only earth stations' operations in the 10.95-11.2 GHz and 11.45-11.7 GHz bands. Fixed station operators are not be required to coordinate their station operations with the space station operator's receive-only earth stations' operations. Under these circumstances, an additional coordination burden is not placed upon fixed station operators and their ability to expand service in the future will not be restricted in any manner. Intelsat is authorized to operate its receive operation of this earth station as specified in SES-LIC-20120106-00020 in the 10.95-11.2 GHz and 11.45-11.7 GHz per FCC licensed file SAT-LOA-20101014-00219 for Intelsat 18 (FCC Call Sign 2817) at 180 degrees E.L. on an unprotected, non-interference basis with respect to fixed stations have either already been authorized, or may be authorized by the Commission at a later date.
379 Earth station under license SES-LIC-20120322-00292 is authorized to receive point of communication Intelsat 9 at orbital location 58 degrees W.L. in the downlink frequencies 11.45-11.7 GHz on an unprotected, non-interference basis relative to fixed stations and may not cause harmful interference to, or claim protection from, fixed station to which frequencies in the 11.45-11.7 GHz bands have either already assigned, or to which frequencies in the 11.45-11.7 GHz bands may be assigned at a later date.
380CNN America, Turner Broadcasting System Inc., Courtroom Television Network LLCConsent to this assignment is without prejudice to potential enforcement action, and does not constitute a nunc pro tunc consent, or waiver of requirements for seeking and obtaining prior consent.
381SkyTerra 3-22-10MSS and ATC operations are subject to the terms and conditions set forth in the Order and Authorization, DA 10-534 released March 26, 2010.
382Vizada Inc.The authorizations and the licenses related thereto are subject to compliance with the provisions of the Agreement attached hereto between Telenor Satellite Services Holdings, Inc., Telenor Satellite, Inc., Telenor Satellite Services, Inc,. and Telenor Broadband Services AS and the Department of Justice (the DOJ) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (the FBI), dated November 29, 2001, which Agreement is designed to address national security, law enforcement, and public safety concerns of the DOJ and the FBI regarding the authorizations and licenses granted herein. Nothing in this Agreement is intended to limited any obligation imposed by Federal law or regulation including, but not limited to 47 U.S.C. section 222(a) and (c)(1) and the FCC's implementing regulations.
383Geologic Solutions, Inc.This authorization modifies authority granted previously: see AMSC Subsidiary Corporation, Order and Authorization, 10 FCC Rcd 10458 (1995); AMSC Subsidiary Corporation, Order on Reconsideration, 11 FCC Rcd 5527 (1995); Mobile Satellite Ventures Subsidiary LLC, Memorandum Opinion and Order, 17 FCC Rcd 12894 (2002); Mobile Satellite Ventures Subsidiary LLC, Memorandum Opinion, Order and Authorization, 19 FCC Rcd 4672 (2004); GeoLogic Solutions, Inc., Order and Authorization, 21 FCC Rcd 6249 (2006); and SES-MFS-20090313-00302, granted 8/27/2009. Under the previous grants, GeoLogic has authority for operation of up 50,100 half-duplex METs in the lower L Band, communicating via AMSC-1 and MSAT-1, through July 2, 2010 or until the end of the useful life of those satellites, whichever is sooner. GeoLogic also has authority for up to 30,000 of the previously-authorized METs to operate in the upper L Band for a term beginning October 1, 2009 and expiring September 30, 2011. This grant extends the term of the authority for lower L Band operation from July 2, 2010 to April 30, 2011, without altering the expiration date with respect to operation in the upper L Band.
384Row 44Authority to communicate via AMC-2 shall terminate upon removal of AMC-2 from the nominal 101° W.L. orbital location.
385NG52 REPLACES NG104The use of the band 10.7-11.7 GHz (Space-to-Earth) and 12.75-13.25 GHz (Earth-to-Space) by the fixed-satellite service in the geostationary satellite orbit shall be limited to international systems, i.e. other than domestic systems. (NG52)
386ViaSat E050318ViaSat's request for waivers of Sections 2.106 and 25.202(a)(1) of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R. §§ 2.106 and 25.202(a), and Footnote NG104 to the United States Table of Frequency Allocations, 47 C.F.R. §2.106, NG104, for non-conforming use of the 11.45-11.7 GHz band to provide domestic AMSS is GRANTED on a non-interference, unprotected basis. ViaSat shall not cause harmful interference to any other lawfully operating station, and shall not claim protection from interference caused to it by any other lawfully operating station. In the event of harmful interference, ViaSat shall cease operations immediately upon notification of such interference and shall inform the Commission, in writing, immediately of such an event. ViaSat must inform its customers in writing of this limitation. As of June 24, 2010, the Telstar-11N and GE-23 space stations (Call Signs S2357 and S2610 respectively) have not sought similar rule waivers regarding the limitation on use of the 11.45-11.7 GHz frequency band by satellite systems to international service. Accordingly, ViaSat shall ensure that any communications via these space stations, including reception of signals, conform to the space stations' authorization.
387ViaSat, Inc. E050318The licensee shall take all necessary measures to ensure that the antenna does not create potential exposure of humans to radiofrequency radiation in excess of the FCC exposure limits defined in 47 CFR 1.1307(b) and 1.1310 wherever such exposures might occur. Measures must be taken to ensure compliance with limits for both occupational/controlled exposure and for general population/uncontrolled exposure, as defined in these rule sections.
388ViaSat, Inc. E050318Upon completion of construction, each licensee must file with the Commission a certification including the following information: name of the licensee, file number of the application, call sign of the antenna, date of the license and certification that the facility as authorized has been completed, that each antenna facility has been tested and is within 2 dB of the pattern specified in ViaSat's modification applications and that the station is operational including the date of commencement of service and will remain operational during the license period unless the license is submitted for cancellation
389APSTAR VIThe applicant's request for waiver of Section 25.283(c) for the APSTAR VI satellite is granted with respect to the total mass of 6.6 kg of helium sealed in three tanks, each tank with a volume of 51.6 liters. These tanks were sealed shortly following the satellite's launch on April 12, 2005, and prior to the effective date of FCC disclosure requirements concerning end-of-life measures on October 19, 2005. Compliance with Section 25.283(c) is not achievable except through direct retrieval of the spacecraft.
390ViaSat, Inc. E050318Unless otherwise modified herein, ViaSat's operations shall continue to be in accordance with the terms and conditions contained in our prior Order and Authorization, DA 07-4674, the terms, conditions, and technical specifications set forth in its application, and the Commission's rules.
391ViaSat, Inc. E050318On our own motion, pursuant to section 1.108 of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R. § 1.108, we modify our prior May 28, 2010 grant of IBFS File No. SES-MFS-20090624-00789 to specifically note grant of the request to waive Sections 2.106 and 25.202(a)(1) of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R. §§ 2.106 and 25.202(a), and Footnote NG104 to the United States Table of Frequency Allocations, 47 C.F.R. §2.106, NG104.
392WaterfallThis is granted without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement action against Waterfall Group Ltd. in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities.
393C-band ESVsFrequency bands 14.00-14.20 and 14.47-14.50 GHz for ESV operations in this license are subject to the successful coordination through the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) Interdepartment Radio Advisory Committee (IRAC). Full compliance with 47 CFR Parts 25.222 Section (d) and (e) rules is required.
394LXE E020074Richtech/Satamatics by this File No. SES-ASG-20040316-00417. Satamatics/LXE by this File No. SES-ASG-20090319-00350.
395PanasonicPanasonic's, MELCO AES operations in the 14.0-14.5 GHz band shall comply with the provisions of Annex 1, Part C of Recommendation ITU-R M.1643, with respect to any radio astronomy station performing observations in the 14.47-14.5 GHz band.
396PanasonicPanasonic's AMSS operation shall immediately terminate upon notification that such operation is causing harmful interference, not permitted under the terms of pertinent coordination agreements, with (1) lawful operation of any radio system in the 14.0-14.5 GHz band authorized on a primary basis in conformance with the U.S. Table of Frequency Allocations or authorized on a secondary basis prior to the effective date of this authorization, or (2) operation of any TDRSS earth station in the band 14-14.2 GHz, or (3) radio astronomy observations in the 14.47-14.5 GHz band.
397PanasonicAES operations in the 11.7-12.2 GHz band shall be in accordance with the space station authorization for the Estrela do Sul 1 satellite.
398PanasonicPanasonic shall comply with any pertinent limits established by the International Telecommunication Union ("ITU") to protect other services allocated internationally.
399PanasonicTwelve months after grant of this Authorization, Panasonic shall submit evidence demonstrating compliance with the aggregate earth-station off-axis e.i.r.p. restriction specified in the preceding sub-paragraph. The showing shall reflect the most-recent available data and shall disclose any discrepancies between previous predictive assumptions and conditions actually encountered in commercial operation and explain what compensating adjustments have been made.
427 A determination of compliance with current non ionizing hazardous radiation exposure limits in 47 CFR 1.1310 was not submitted with your renewal application. To guide you in making this determination please refer to Office of Engineering and Technology Bulletin 65 available on the FCC web page at http://www.fcc.gov/oet/info/documents/bulletins/#56 and direct any questions to Robert Cleveland or Edward Murphy at 202 418-2422 or 2423 respectively. Operation with the facilities specified herein is subject to modification, suspension or termination without the right of hearing if a determination of compliance with 47 CFR 1.1310 is not submitted within 60 days from grant of this renewal.
431Loral released July DA -5-1910Loral is prohibited from sending or receiving any Direct-to-Home service, Direct Broadcast Satellite service, and Digital Audio Radio service to or from this satellite.
432Loral released July 1, 2005 (DA -05-1910), rel. February 9, 2006 (DA 06-325)Loral is only authorized to provide communication services from its Kapolei, Hawaii earth station to points in Tonga, Kazakhstan, or WTO-Member countries within the subject satellite's footprint.
433Loral released July 1, 2005 (DA -05-1910), rel. February 9, 2006 (DA 06-325)Loral is prohibited from sending or receiving analog video services or any FM video television services to or from the satellite.
434Loral released July DA -5-1910With reference to Article 18 of the ITU Radio Regulations, the United States is not the "government of the country to which" the satellite "is subject," and is not acting on behalf of any other government. Operations of earth station call sign E980250 are expressly conditioned upon that space station having been licensed, within the meaning of Article 18, by the government of the country to which the station is subject.
435Loral released July DA -5-1910Loral is afforded 30 days from the date of release of this grant and authorization to decline this authorization, as conditioned. Failure to respond within this period will constitute formal acceptance of the authorization, as conditioned.
436Loral released July DA -5-1910Hawaii is prohibited from sending or receiving any Direct-to-Home service, Direct Broadcast Satellite service, and Digital Audio Radio service to or from this satellite.
437Loral released July DA -5-1910Hawaii is only authorized to provide communication services from its Kapolei, Hawaii earth station to points in Tonga or WTO-Member countries within the subject satellite's footprint.
438Loral released July 1, 2005, DA 05-1910Hawaii is prohibited from sending or receiving analog video services or any FM video television services to or from the satellite.
439Loral released July 1, 2005, DA 05-1910With reference to Article 18 of the ITU Radio Regulations, the United States is not the "government of the country to which" the satellite "is subject," and is not acting on behalf of any other government. Operations of earth station call sign E010016 are expressly conditioned upon that space station having been licensed, within the meaning of Article 18, by the government of the country to which the station is subject.
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440Loral released July 1, 2005, DA 05-1910Hawaii is afforded 30 days from the date of release of this grant and authorization to decline this authorization, as conditioned. Failure to respond within this period will constitute formal acceptance of the authorization, as conditioned.
441DIRECTV 1 July14During the drift to the 72.5 W.L. orbital location, DIRECTV Enterprises, LLC shall not operate the main communications payload on DIRECTV 1.
442DIRECTV July 14DIRECTV Enterprises, LLC shall coordinate all drift orbit Telemetry, Tracking, and Control operations with other potentially affected in-orbit operators.
443DIRECTV July 14During relocation of the DIRECTV 1 satellite, operations shall be on a non-harmful interference basis, meaning that DIRECTV Enterprises, LLC shall not cause interference to, and shall not claim protection from interference caused to it by, any other lawfully operating satellites.
444DIRECTV July 14In the event that any harmful interference is caused as a result of operations during the relocation of the DIRECTV 1 satellite, DIRECTV Enterprises, LLC, shall cease operations immediately upon notification of such interference and shall inform the Commission immediately, in writing, of such an event.
445DIRECTV July 14DIRECTV Enterprises, LLC shall provide the Chief, Satellite Division, International Bureau, with 30 days notice (confirmed email considered sufficient) prior to commencement of use of Telesat Canada's earth stations to provide the earth station segment.
446DIRECTV 1Operations shall be consistent with applicable coordination agreements; to the extent such agreements have not been reached, operations shall be on a non-harmful interference basis, i.e., operations of the DIRECTV 1 satellite shall not cause interference to, and shall not claim protection from, interference caused to it by any other lawfully operating satellites.
447American General FinanceGrant of this application is without prejudice to possible enforcement action that may be deemed appropriate for unauthorized transfer of control in violation of the statute and our rules.
44825.203(g)Licensee may be required to coordinate pursuant to C.F.R. Section 25.203(g) with the FCC Field Office in Waipahu, HI, if the earth station ERP values are exceeded.
449Telenor's transfer of controlGrant of this application is not nunc pro tunc and is made without prejudice to possible enforcement action for the unauthorized transfer of control in violation of the statute and our rules."
450Coordination agreementsOperations shall be consistent with applicable coordination agreements reached with affected operating satellites.
451Lockheed Martin Corp. E050272Lockheed Martin Corporation shall complete all coordination of its authorized uplink spectrum in the 6629.02-6649.52 MHz and 6680.17-6700.67 MHz frequency bands with terrestrial FS operators pursuant to Section 25.203 of the Commission's rules prior to filing its earth station application. Lockheed is also required to cordinate these frequency bands with all existing, authorized FSS system operators prior to commencing operations. Additionally, Lockheed Martin Corporation will not be entitled to protection from interference until it has completed coordination.
452Lockheed Martin Corp. E050272Lockheed Martin Corporation shall comply with all requirements of ITU-R Resolution 609 (WRC-03) regarding its use to the 1164-1215 MHz frequency band. Specifically, Lockheed is required to continue participating in the ITU-R Resolution 609 consultation meetings and coordinate in good faith with other RNSS operators at the meetings. Additionally, lockheed is required to report the result of these consultation meetings to the Commission within thirty days after the conclusion of the meetings.
453Lockheed Martin Corp. E050272Lockheed Martin Corporation shall not cause harmful interference to, nor claim protection from, stations of the aeronautical radionavigation service in the 1164-1215 MHz frequency band.
454GlobalstarThis earth station authorization operating in the 7025-7055 MHz bands will offer no greater protection from the Broadcast Auxiliary Service than for which the earth station was grandfathered. See Memorandum Opinion and Order, FCC 03-69, ET Docket No. 98-142, released April 2, 2003.
455Loral SkynetIn the 3650 - 3700 MHz band, this authorization shall be consistent with the Report and Order and MO&O in ET Docket No. 04-151 and WT Docket 05-96 as well as footnote NG169 to the table of allocations. All new earth station operations in the 3650 - 3700 MHz band after December 8, 2000 shall be on a secondary basis.
456Loral SkynetThis authorization is subject to Order and Authorization, DA 05-1910, released July 1, 2005 and Order and Authorization, DA 06-325, released February 9, 2006. On September 30, 2005, the International Bureau (Bureau) granted the applications of Loral Space & Communications Ltd. (Debtor-in-Possession (DIP)) for the transfer of control of space and earth station licenses held by its subsidiaries Loral Orion, Inc. (DIP), Loral SpaceCom Corporation (DIP), and Loral Skynet Network Services, Inc. (DIP) to Loral Space & Communications Inc. See Authorizations Granted, Public Notice, IB Docket No. 05-233, DA 05-2639 (rel. Sept. 30, 2005). DA 06-325 incorrectly failed to note the consummation of the transfer of control. Accordingly, the authorization is issued in the name of Loral Skynet Network Services, Inc rather than Loral Skynet Network Services, Inc (Debtor-in-possession).
457Loral SkynetIn the band 3625-3650 MHz, Loral is aware that the Navy operates high power radars. In the band 5850-5925 MHz, Loral shall not cause interference to Navy Operations in NANAKULI,HI
458Estrela do sul 1ALSAT-designated earth stations are only authorized to communicate with Estrela do Sul 1 in the 11.7-12.2 GHz and 14.0-14.5 GHz bands, consistent with the technical parameters contained in the earth station authorization.
459Estrela do sul 1Estrela do Sul 1 is not authorized to provide any Direct-to-Home (DTH) service, Direct Broadcast Satellite (DBS) service, or Digital Audio Radio Service (DARS) to, from, or within the United States.
460Superbird-CSUPERBIRD-C is not authorized to provide any Direct-to-Home (DTH) service, Direct Broadcast Satellite (DBS) service or Digital Audio Radio Service (DARS) to, from, or within the United States.
461Superbird-CCommunications between ALSAT-designated routine earth stations and the SUPERBIRD-C satellite shall be in compliance with the satellite coordination agreements reached between Japan and other administrations.
462Superbird-CSUPERBIRD-C is not authorized to provide downlink services into the United States and its Possessions in the 12.2-12.75 GHz frequency band.
463Intelsat Americas 13ALSAT-designated earth stations are only authorized to communicate with INTELSAT AMERICAS 13 in the 3700-4200 MHz and 5925-6425 MHz frequency bands, consistent with the technical parameters contained in the earth station authorization.
464Intelsat Americas 13Intelsat North America LLC's operation of INTELSAT AMERICAS 13 shall be in compliance with applicable current and future operational requirements as a result of coordination agreements reached with other satellite systems.
465Intelsat Americas 13In the absence of a coordination agreement with a satellite network with higher ITU priority, earth station licensees communicating with INTELSAT AMERICAS 13 must terminate immediately any operations that cause harmful interference.
466Intelsat Americas 13ALSAT-designated earth stations are not authorized to use INTELSAT AMERICAS 13 to provide any Direct-to-Home ("DTH") service, Direct Broadcast Satellite ("DBS") service, or Digital Audio Radio Service ("DARS") to, from, or within the United States.
467BoeingAES operations shall not cause harmful interference to any authorized station (including foreign-authorized stations) operating in compliance with the Table of Allocations, either domestically (non-Federal and Federal stations) or internationally, in the receive frequency bands identified in this license (see also 47 C.F.R. § 2.106). Boeing shall immediately terminate its AMSS operation upon notification that such operation is causing harmful interference, not permitted under the terms of a pertinent coordination agreement, with lawful operation of any radio system in the receive frequency bands identified in this license and authorized in conformance with the Table of Allocations.
468BoeingBoeing must accept any interference from lawful operation of any station authorized to operate in accordance with the Table of Allocations (47 C.F.R. § 2.106) in Boeing’s receive frequency bands as identified in this license.
469BoeingBoeing shall immediately terminate its AMSS operation upon notification that such operation is causing harmful interference, not permitted under the terms of a pertinent coordination agreement, with lawful operation of any system in the 14.0-14.5 GHz band authorized on a primary basis in conformance with the Table of Allocations or authorized previously on a secondary basis, or with stations otherwise identified or provided for in the Boeing Transmit-Receive Order.
470BoeingBoeing’s use of the 14.0-14.5 GHz band shall not constrain future deployment of additional Federal Earth Stations in the space research service authorized pursuant to existing allocations.
471BoeingBoeing AESs onboard U.S.-registered aircraft in a foreign administration’s airspace must operate under the Commission’s technical requirements, or those of the foreign administration, whichever is more constraining. To the extent that all relevant administrations have identified geographic areas from which AMSS operations would not affect their radio operations, Boeing is free to operate its AESs within those identified areas without further action. To the extent that the foreign administration has not adopted requirements regarding AES operations, Boeing must coordinate its operations with any potentially affected operations.
472BoeingBoeing shall operate its AESs aboard U.S. aircraft traveling outside the United States in accordance with: (i) the interference levels that have been accepted by other Fixed-Satellite Service ("FSS) systems in coordinating with all satellites that are authorized as points of communication for Boeing’s aircraft earth stations; and (ii) the internationally accepted levels for protecting Fixed Service ("FS") stations when operating co-frequency with FS to the extent required by foreign administrations or otherwise required by the International Radio Regulations.
473BoeingTwelve months after release of this order, Boeing shall submit the most-recent available data concerning aggregate earth-station off-axis EIRP and shall disclose any discrepancies between previous predictive assumptions and conditions actually encountered in commercial operation and explain what compensating adjustments have been made.
474OrbimageIn the 8025-8400 MHz band, all receive-only operations having elevation angles below 3 degrees are on an unprotected basis.
475Radio SolIn the band 3625-3700 MHz, Radio Sol 92 WZOL, Inc., is aware that the Navy operates high power radars. In the band 5850-5925 MHz, Radio Sol 92 WZOL, Inc., shall not cause interference to Navy Operations in NANAKULI,HI
476Radio SolIn the 3625 - 3700 MHz band, this authorization shall be consistent with the Report and Order and MO&O in ET Docket No. 04-151 and WT Docket 05-96 as well as footnote NG169 to the table of allocations. All new earth station operations in the 3625 - 3700 MHz band after December 8, 2000 shall be on a secondary basis.
477BoeingBoeing's AES operations in the 14.0-14.5 GHz band shall, as indicated in its application, comply with the provisions of Annex 1, Part C of Recommendation ITU-R M.1643, with respect to any radio astronomy station performing observations in the 14.47-14.5 GHz band.
478BoeingWhen Boeing operates in the 14.0-14.5 GHz frequency band in the international airspace within line-of-sight of the territory of a foreign administration where fixed service networks have primary allocation in this band, the maximum pfd produced at the surface of the Earth by emissions from a single AES in Boeing's network should not exceed the following values unless the foreign administration has imposed other conditions for protecting its FS stations: -132 +0.5*(THETA) dB(W/m^2 MHz) for THETA <= 40° -112 dB(W/m^2 MHz) for 40° < THETA <= 90° Where: THETA is the angle of arrival of the radio-frequency wave (degrees above the horizontal) and the aforementioned limits relate to the pfd and angles of arrival would be obtained under free-space propagation conditions. To the extent that all relevant administrations have identified geographic areas from which AMSS operations would not affect their radio operations, Boeing is free to operate its AES within those identified areas without further action.
479WAL-MART GRANT IN PART"This authorization contains a certification from the target satellite operator PanAMSat certifying that Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., use of 0.74 meter antenna for VSAT1, 0.74 meter antenna for VSAT2, and 0.98 meter antenna for VSAT3 to receive satellite Galaxy 10R on downlink conventional Ku-band frequency at maximum downlink EIRP density of +13 dBW/4kHz."
48010.7-11.7 GHzThe grant of this license is pursuant to NG52, which requires that signals received in the 10.7-11.7 GHz band be emanated from uplink transmissions outside the US&P.
481Orbimage 10/19/07In the 8025-8400 MHz band, all receive-only operations having elevation angles below 5 degrees are on an unprotected basis.
482 Grant of this application is effective as of December 14, 2007 and is without prejudice to any enforcement action in connection with any prior unauthorized transfer of control of the station.
483MVSMVS Fed, LLC shall not provide facilities-based or resale common carrier service that meets the definition or is the functional equivalent, of a commercial mobile radio service, without receiving authorization under Section 214 of the Communications Act. For purposes of this condition, the definition of a commercial mobile radio service is set forth in Section 332(d) of the Communications Act and Section 20.3 of the Commission’s rules. If MVS Fed, LLC proposes to provide facilities-based or resale common carrier service, MVS Fed, LLC must first file an application under Section 214 of the Communications Act and file a modification of this license.
484BT AmericasBT Americas Inc.shall not provide facilities-based or resale common carrier service that meets the definition or is the functional equivalent, of a commercial mobile radio service, without receiving authorization under Section 214 of the Communications Act. For purposes of this condition, the definition of a commercial mobile radio service is set forth in Section 332(d) of the Communications Act and Section 20.3 of the Commission’s rules. If BT Americas Inc.proposes to provide facilities-based or resale common carrier service, BT Americas Inc.must first file an application under Section 214 of the Communications Act and file a modification of this license.
485iPassiPass Inc.shall not provide facilities-based or resale common carrier service that meets the definition or is the functional equivalent, of a commercial mobile radio service, without receiving authorization under Section 214 of the Communications Act. For purposes of this condition, the definition of a commercial mobile radio service is set forth in Section 332(d) of the Communications Act and Section 20.3 of the Commission’s rules. If iPass Inc.proposes to provide facilities-based or resale common carrier service, iPass Inc.must first file an application under Section 214 of the Communications Act and file a modification of this license.
486TerrestarTerreStar shall file a bond with the Commission in the amount of $750,000.00 within 30 days of the effective date of this action pursuant to 47 C.F.R. §§ 25.137(d), 25.165(a)(2), and the procedures set forth in Public Notice, DA 03-2602, 18 FCC Rcd 16283 (2003). Failure to file the bond by such date shall render this earth station authorization null and void without any further action by the Commission. See 47 C.F.R. §§ 25.161 and 25.164.
487EchoStar Ciel 2EchoStar’s request for a partial waiver of Section 25.283(c) of the Commission’s rules, 47 C.F.R. § 25.283(c), is GRANTED. Section 25.283(c) specifies that space stations must discharge all stored energy sources at end-of-life of the space station. EchoStar states the satellite will meet the terms of the rule, except that certain helium tanks on the Ciel 2 spacecraft will not be vented at end-of-life, but instead are permanently sealed and isolated following transfer orbit operations. We find that the information submitted in the application is not sufficient to support a finding at this time that the intent of the rule would be satisfied by the sealing the helium tanks. This waiver is granted because modification of the spacecraft would present an undue hardship, and, based upon limited available information, the limited probability that possible mechanisms for breach of the sealed vessel would result in its inert contents contributing substantially to an explosion or deflagration large enough to release orbital debris or break up the spacecraft.
488EchoStar Ciel 2EchoStar's request for waiver of Section 25.114(d)(3) of the Commission’s rules, 47 C.F.R. § 25.114(d)(3), IS GRANTED. Section 25.114(d)(3) requires predicted space station antenna gain contour(s) for each transmit and each receive antenna beam and nominal orbital location requested. The main purpose of the contour map is to allow evaluation of the potential for harmful interference with other operators and services in the frequency band. See SES Americom, Inc., Application for Modification of Space Station Authorization, DA 04-1581, Order and Authorization, 19 FCC Rcd. 20,377, 20,377-78 (paras. 4-8) (Int’l Bur., Sat. Div. 2004). EchoStar’s application includes all of the contours identified in the rule for the spacecraft’s CONUS (contiguous United States) and Canadian beams, and all but two of the specified contours for the spot beams. EchoStar states that the contours for the spot beams are so close it is difficult to distinguish among the contours , and that the -2, -4, -6, -10, and -20 dB contours provided and antenna boresight data supplied constitute sufficient information to evaluate the potential for harmful interference. We find that EchoStar provides a sufficiently complete description of the transponder characteristics of the Ciel 2 space station to enable the Commission to determine whether or not the Ciel 2 space station meets the Commission's technical requirements.
489EchoStar Ciel 2EchoStar’s initial license to provide direct broadcast satellite (DBS) service to the U.S. market from a Canadian-licensed satellite (EchoStar 5) at the 129° W.L. orbital location was granted pursuant to the Commission’s DISCO II framework. See EchoStar Satellite LLC, Request for Special Temporary Authority for the EchoStar 5 Satellite, Order and Authorization, 20 FCC Rcd 11755 (Int’l Bur., Sat. Div. 2005). In authorizing EchoStar 5 to serve the U.S. market, we found that de jure barriers to entry in the Canadian market exist for U.S.-licensed DBS satellites. Nevertheless, we found that despite these de jure barriers, EchoStar’s request for market access from EchoStar 5 provided a compelling public interest justification in that it would facilitate local-into-local service and high-definition programming with no countervailing adverse impact on competition in the U.S. market. Grant of access for the Ciel 2 satellite will similarly facilitate local-into-local service and high-definition programming with no countervailing adverse impact on competition. Thus, the Satellite Division has determined that the public interest benefits in allowing EchoStar to continue to provide DBS service to the U.S. market from the Ciel 2 satellite at the nominal 129° W.L. orbital location are compelling and warrant grant of the request.
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490EchoStar Ciel 2No protection from interference caused by radio stations authorized by other Administrations is guaranteed until the agreement of all affected Administrations is obtained and the frequency assignments of Ciel 2 become a part of the appropriate Region 2 BSS and feeder-link Plans. See 25.111(c) of the Commission's rules.
491Ciel 2Ciel Satellite Communications (Ciel) must operate the Ciel 2 satellite 128.85° W.L. with a ±0.05 degree longitudinal station-keeping. Ciel shall not operate the Ciel 2 satellite outside of these station-keeping limits without further authorization.
492Ciel 2 termAuthority to receive transmissions from the Ciel 2 satellite in the 12.2-12.7 frequency band at the 128.85 W.L. orbital location is for a ten-year period and, unless extended, expires on January 30, 2019.
493NSS-9The Commission granted New Skies a waiver of Section 25.202(g) of the Commission’s rules to allow NSS-9 to operate its TT&C in the center of the C-band, on the condition that New Skies must accommodate future space station networks that are compliant with Section 25.202(g) and must operate NSS-9 pursuant to any existing or future coordination agreements for this location.
495E090086This is granted without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement action against VSAT Systems, LLC in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities.
496Row 44This authorization is subject to the terms and conditions in the Commission's Order and Authorization, DA 09-1752, released August 5, 2009, as supplemented by the modification application granted on January 20, 2010.
497ComtechComtech Mobile Datacom Corporation's authorization , (SES-MOD-20090923-01223) is limited to a two-year term ending September 4, 2011. If Comtech wishes to continue to operate beyond September 4, 2011, it must file a modification application, and in that application must justify its need to continue to operate under a waiver of Footnotes US308 and US315 to the Table of Frequency Allocations, Section 2.106 and Section 25.136(d) of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R. §§ 2.106, Footnotes US308, US315, 25.136(d), and must submit an analysis of its MET operations in the United States showing the number of packets each month having a transmission duration of 3 seconds or longer since the release of this authorization.
498ComtechComtech Mobile Datacom Corporation is GRANTED a waiver of the priority access and real-time preemption requirements of Footnotes US308 and US315 to Section 2.106, and Section 25.136(d) of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R. §§ 2.106, Footnotes US308, US315, 25.136(d), for the term of the license.
499ComtechComtech Mobile Datacom Corporation is GRANTED to communicate with MSV-1, MSAT-1, MSAT-2, and any satellite on the Commission's ISAT List (Includes only Inmarsat satellites). Some of these terminals in specific geographical areas exceed the "3 second period". However, the total number of terminals that do not comply with the "3 second" value shall not exceed 10,000. See Letter from the United States Department of Commerce, National Telecommunications and Information Administration signed by Mr. Karl B. Nebbia, Associate Admininistrator, Office of Spectrum Management.
500ComtechComtech Mobile Datacom Corporation's MET operations shall be limited to spectrum in each direction of the 1631.5-1645.5 MHz, 1646.5-1660.5 MHz, 1530-1544 MHz, and 1545-1559 MHz frequency bands coordinated for the satellite(s) being accessed in the most recent annual L-band operator-to-operator agreement.
501ComtechComtech Mobile Datacom Corporation's MET operations shall be limited to spectrum that does not operate on frequencies assigned to services provided for GMDSS or the AMS(R)S.
502ComtechThe total number of METs in operation for call signs E990143, E090027, and E090029 shall not exceed 25,000 terminals.
503KVH ESV E090001Pursuant to this authorization operations in the 14.0-14.2 GHz (Earth-to-space) frequency band within 125 km of the NASA TDRSS facilities on Guam (located at latitude: 13°36'55" N, longitude 144°51'22" E) or White Sands, New Mexico (latitude: 32°20'59" N, longitude 106°36'31" W and latitude: 32°32'40" N, longitude 106°36'48" W), as well as future TDRSS sites, are prohibited unless the licensee reaches an agreement with NASA permitting such operations, and this agreement is approved by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration's Interdepartment Radio Advisory Committee and the FCC.
504Call Sign WB36 12-29-09This MOD authorization limits the operation within 13.75-14.00 GHz band at the SBY30 with Vertex 9-meter hub antenna to communicate with T11N satellite only; this authorization is not for the operation of ESV terminals.
505ISAT, Inc.Devices operating under the authorization for Antenna 12 are subject to specific provisions. The devices must provide the services required under Section 25.284 of the Commission's rules. The terminals may not be operated on civil aircraft unless the earth station has direct physical connection to the aircraft cabin or cockpit communication system. The terminals are subject to equipment authorization pursuant to Section 25.129 and Part 2, Subpart J of the Commission's rules, including the requirement for a showing of compliance with Section 2.1093(d).
506ISAT, Inc.The terminals operations in the 1544-1545, 1645.5-1646.5 MHz bands ARE LIMITED to distress and safety communications, in accordance with International Footnotes 5.356 and 5.375 of the ITU Radio Regulations.
507Use this note only for earth station changes related to File No. SAT-T/C-20090217/00027At 04:01 UTC, September 22, 2010 authority to communicate with the U.S.-licensed EchoStar 1 is terminated. At 04:01 UTC, September 22, 2010 is authorized to communicate with the Mexican-licensed EchoStar 1 satellite.
508Use this note only for earth station changes related to File No. SAT-T/C-20090217/00026At 04:01 UTC, September 22, 2010 authority to communicate with the U.S.-licensed EchoStar 8 is terminated. At 04:01 UTC, September 22, 2010 is authorized to communicate with the Mexican-licensed EchoStar 8 satellite.
509Use this note only for earth station changes related to File No. SAT-T/C-20090217/00027Operations shall be consistent with applicable coordination agreements; to the extent such agreements have not been reached, operations: a) shall not exceed, under any conditions and taking into account all variations in satellite attitude, the parameters specified in Attachment A of the Letter, dated May 10, 2005, from Pantelis Michalopoulos to the Secretary, FCC, See File No. SAT-STA-20050321-00068 and; b) shall be on a non-harmful interference basis, i.e., operations of the EchoStar 1 satellite shall not cause interference to, and shall not claim protection from, interference caused to it by any other lawfully operating satellites.
510Use this note only for earth station changes related to File No. SAT-T/C-20090217/00026Operations shalll be consistent with applicable coordination agreements; to the extent such agreements have not been reached, operations: a) shall not exceed, under any conditions and taking into account all variations in satellite attitude, the parameters specified in Attachment A of the Letter, dated May 10, 2005, from Pantelis Michalopoulos to the Secretary, FCC, b) shall be on a non-harmful interference basis, i.e., operations of the EchoStar 8 satellite shall not cause interference to, and shall not claim protection from, interference caused to it by any other lawfully operating satellites.
511G117 in the G Notes. 4/5/2011In the bands 7.25-7.75 GHz, 7.9-8.4 GHz, 17.3-17.7 GHz, 17.8-21.2 GHz, 30-31 GHz, 33-36 GHz, 39.5-41 GHz, 43.5-45.5 GHz and 50.4-51.4 GHz, the Federal fixed-satellite and mobile-satellite services are limited to military systems.
512GUSADownlink reception in the 6875-7055 MHz band as requested in form 312 application is on an unprotected basis as requested by the application narrative, "Globalstar seeks authority for all of the antennas at Globalstar’s earth stations in Sebring, Florida and Wasilla, Alaska to receive transmissions from its first- and second-generation satellites in the 7025-7055 MHz band on an unprotected basis, as it is currently authorized to do with respect to its Texas and Puerto Rico earth stations on a protected basis."
513GUSA PER DA 11-520Per DA 11-520, paragraph 35, the authority to operate shall become effective upon grant by France of an authorization for space operations under the June 3, 2008 French law No. 2008-518 relating to space operations, and only for communications with space stations for which France grants authority and undertakes to register under the United Nations Registration Convention. Globalstar shall notify the Commission immediately of any disposition by French officials of its request for such authorization. This authorization shall immediately cease in the event of denial of such request, or other action by Globalstar or France that would result in space operations by Globalstar second-generation satellites becoming no longer subject to French supervision.
514 Waivers of footnote NG104 under 47C.F.R. Section 2.106, US Table of Frequency Allocation, and of footnote 2 of 47 C.F.R Section 25.202(a)(1) in order to provide domestic services in the U.S. using earth stations that receive in the 10.95-11.2 GHz and 11.45-11.7 GHz is on an unprotected, non-interference basis relative to fixed stations, and may not cause harmful interference to , or claim protection from, fixed stations to which frequencies in the 10.95-11.2 GHz and 11.45-11.7 GHz bands have either already assigned, or to which frequencies in the 10.95-11.2 GHz and 11.45-11.7 GHz bands may be assigned at a later date.
515Waivers of footnote NG104Waivers of footnote NG104 under 47C.F.R. Section 2.106, US Table of Frequency Allocation, and of footnote 2 of 47 C.F.R Section 25.202(a)(1) in order for Intelsat 9 at the 58 deg W.L. orbital location to provide domestic services in the U.S. using earth stations that receive in the 10.95-11.2 GHz and 11.45-11.7 GHz is on an unprotected, non-interference basis relative to fixed stations, and may not cause harmful interference to, or claim protection from, fixed stations to which frequencies in the 10.95-11.2 GHz and 11.45-11.7 GHz bands have either already assigned, or to which frequencies in the 10.95-11.2 GHz and 11.45-11.7 GHz bands may be assigned at a later date.
516Power limits above 10 GHzThis license is granted pursuant to 47 C.F.R. § 25.204(e) "For operations at frequencies above 10 GHz, earth station operators may exceed the uplink e.i.r.p. and e.i.r.p. density limits specified in the station authorization under the conditions of uplink fading due to precipitation by an amount not to exceed 1 dB above the actual amount of monitored excess attenuation over clear sky propagation conditions. The e.i.r.p. levels shall be returned to normal as soon as the attenuating weather pattern subsides. The maximum power level for power control purposes shall be coordinated between and among adjacent satellite operators."
517Pursuant to section 25.223(c)Iridium operations shall comply with coordination agreements with operators of radio astronomy observatories.
518DTH satellites authorized on the Permitted ListEarth station operation associated with DTH services is authorized only for U.S.- licensed satellites and only those for the foreign satellite specially authorized DTH on the permitted list.
1000ArchiveMaximum EIRP and maximum EIRP density are not applicable to receive-only operations.
1010Apply to all receiving frequency bandsApplicable to all receiving frequency bands. Emission designator indicates the maximum bandwidth of received signal at associated station(s). Maximum EIRP and maximum EIRP density are not applicable to receive operations.
1020ArchiveTransmit frequency band. Emission designator, EIRP and EIRP density indicates the maximum bandwidth and power of transmission transmitted at this station.
1021ArchiveEmission 29000A9J. This carrier is amplitude modulated, single sideband, with suppressed carrier (AM-SSB/SC) for Frequency Division Multiplexed (FDM) Message traffic.
1100ArchiveEmission 400F9 denotes a 398 KHz analog signal using FM modulation and a RF band of 5 MHz.
1101ArchiveEmission 10000F9 denotes a 192 channel FDM-FM carrier.
1102ArchiveEmission 36000F9 denotes FDM Interstate and Intrastate traffic.
1103VIASAT, INC./E100143Earth station operations must accept interference from the terrestrial fixed services that have co-primary status with GSO/FSS in the 18.3-18.58 GHz (space-to-Earth) until November 19, 2012 per per 47 C.F.R. Section 101.147(r ).
1104ArchiveEmission 200F9 denotes 15 KHz frequency modulated audio channels.
1105ArchiveEmission 30F9 denotes 5 KHz coordination channels.
1106ArchiveEmission 2500F9 denotes 24 channel FDM/FM carrier.
1107ArchiveEmission 10000F9 denotes FDM/FM 360 channels.
1108ArchiveEmission 4500F9 denotes 120 FDM voice channels.
1109ArchiveEmission 36000F9 denotes FDM-FM message carrier.
1110ArchiveEmission 36000F9 denotes a 2532 channel FDM-FM message carrier.
1111ArchiveEmission 17500F9 denotes a 432 channel FDM-FM message carrier.
1112ArchiveEmission 5000F9 denotes a 72 channel FDM-FM message carrier.
1113ArchiveEmission 7500F9 denotes a 400 channel FDM-FM message carrier.
1114ArchiveEmission 8500F9 denotes a 240 channel message channel FDM-FM carrier.
1115ArchiveEmission 15800F9 denotes a FDM-FM message carrier.
1116ArchiveEmission 10000F9 denotes a 300 channel FDM-FM message carrier.
1117ArchiveEmission 9000F9 denotes a 192 channel FDM-FM message carrier.
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1118ArchiveEmission 50F3 denotes a program audio channel.
1119ArchiveEmission 300F9 denotes 20 KHz frequency modulated audio channels.
1120ArchiveEmission 100F9 denotes a 15 KHz frequency modulated audio channel.
1121ArchiveEmission 36000F9 denotes a 2892 channel FDM-FM carrier.
1122ArchiveEmission F0 denotes an unmodulated RF carrier used within the communications transmission network for testing purposes or as pilots, beacons.
1123ArchiveEmission 5000F9 denotes a 132 voice channel FDM-FM message carrier.
1124ArchiveEmission 200F3 denotes an FM audio program channel.
1125ArchiveEmission 17500F9 denotes an FDM-FM message channel.
1126ArchiveEmission 60F9 denotes a program audio channel.
1127ArchiveEmission 65F9 denotes a program audio channel.
1128ArchiveEmission 130F9 denotes a program audio channel.
1129VIASAT, INC./E100143 ARCHIVE NEW CONDITION 6568GSO Earth station operations in the 18.8-19.3 GHz band shall not claim protection from any current or future authorized non-Federal NGSO FSS system that VIASAT has not reached a coordination arrangement with; and, any authorized Federal GSO FSS or NGSO FSS system that VIASAT has not reached a coordination arrangement with
1130VIASAT, INC./E100143Earth station operations must protect and must accept interference from the terrestrial fixed services that have the co-primary status with NGSO FSS in the 19.2-19.3 GHz (space-to-Earth) until October 13, 2011 per 47 C.F.R. Section 101.147(r ).
1131ArchiveEmission 36000F9 denotes a full transponder data channel.
1132ArchiveEmission 3600F9 denotes a 2892 channel FDM/FM carrier.
1133VIASAT, INC./E100143Earth station operations must protect primary NGSO/FSS service from interference in the 28.6-29.1 GHz (Earth-to-space).
1137ArchiveEmission 26F9 denotes an FM SCPC audio carrier.
1140ArchiveEmission 180F9 denotes an FM SCPC carrier.
1200ArchiveEmission 38A0 denotes a CW pilot tone.
1201ArchiveEmission 1000F9 denotes an analog carrier.
1202ArchiveEmission 5000F9 denotes an analog digital carrier.
1203ArchiveEmission 100F9 denotes an FM carrier modulated by an FM IRIG tone.
1204ArchiveEmission 4025.5F9 denotes a carrier used for command and pilot purposes only.
1205ArchiveEmission 3000F9 denotes a TT&C radio channel.
1207ArchiveEmission 3MOOF3D (3000F9 old format) denotes a TT&C radio channel.
1212Created for the SWE-Dish Order on August 23, 2004 (DA-04-2607)This authorization is issued pursuant to and subject to the conditions and terms set forth in the Commission's Order released August 23, 2004 (DA 04-2607).
1389Simular to condition 389The waiver of Section 25.283(c) for the APSTAR VI satellite was granted in File No. SES-MOD-20091001-01254 with respect to the total mass of 6.6 kg of helium sealed in three tanks, each tank with a volume of 51.6 liters. These tanks were sealed shortly following the satellite's launch on April 12, 2005, and prior to the effective date of FCC disclosure requirements concerning end-of-life measures on October 19, 2005. Compliance with Section 25.283(c) is not achievable except through direct retrieval of the spacecraft.
1500ArchiveCarrier frequency modulated by a composite television signal consisting nominally of a video carrier with a baseband of10 Hz or 15 Hz to 4.25 MHz and an audio subcarrier at 6.2 or 6.8 MHz with a baseband of 20 Hz to 15 MHz.
1501ArchiveCarrier frequency modulated by a composite television signal consisting nominally of a video carrier with a baseband of 10 KHz or 15 Hz to 4.25 MHz and subcarrier(s) nominally between 5.8 and 7.4 MHz with typical baseband(s) of 20 Hz to15 KHz.
1502ArchiveCarrier frequency modulated by a composite television signal consisting of a video baseband and associated radio channel(s).
1510ArchiveCarrier frequency modulated by a television signal consisting of a National Television System Committee (NTSC) standard color video carrier with baseband of 4.2 MHz, an audio subcarrier of 6.8 MHz with a baseband of 15 kHz, and a four-phase 1.7
1515ArchiveTelevision carrier; maximum modulating frequency of 0.9 MHz and a max. peak deviation of 1.6 MHz. Filtering is used to band limit the transmitted bandwidth to 3 MHz. Emissions A0, 90F3 and 90F9 are also authorized as described in station application.
1520ArchiveEmission 25000F5 consists of video portion of Bush TV with audio subcarrier.
1521ArchiveEmission 150F3 consists of audio portion of Bush TV.
1525ArchiveEmission 17500F5 consists of video Teleconferencing.
1526ArchiveEmission 30F9 is for TV receive only.
1527ArchiveEmission 36000F9 is a video associated audio.
1528ArchiveEmissions 25000F9 denotes a video carrier.
1529ArchiveEmission 30000F5 denotes a video carrier.
1530ArchiveEmission 17500F9 denotes a video carrier.
1531ArchiveEmission 17500F9 denotes a half-transponder video RF carrier.
1532ArchiveEmission 1158F9Y denotes a digital video channel.
1533ArchiveEmission 25000F9 denotes a video carrier used in support of the Space Shuttle.
1534ArchiveEmission 34000F9Y denotes a developmental video teleconferencing channel.
1535ArchiveEmission 34000F9 denotes a developmental video teleconferencing channel.
1536ArchiveEmission 34000F5 denotes a developmental video teleconferencing channel.
1537ArchiveThe carrier frequency may be modulated by a television signal that has been modified and encoded with the audio encrypted within the video. In the event this modulation method is used, the 6.2 and 6.8 MHz or other subcarriers may be utilized for other program or control purposes or may not deviate the main carrier.
1538ArchiveEmission 36000F9 denotes a 36 MHz bandwidth carrier, frequency-modulated by a composite television signal consisting nominally of a video carrier with a baseband of10 Hz or 15 Hz to 4.25 MHz and subcarrier(s) nominally between 5.8 and 7.4MHz with typical basebands of 20Hz to 15 KHz.
1539ArchiveEmission 43000F9 denotes a video channel.
1540ArchiveEmission 22000F9 denotes a video channel.
Code Note Condition
1541ArchiveEmission 72000F9 denotes an analog video channel.
1542ArchiveEmission 36000F9 denotes an analog video channel. Power directed at satellites located in the arc from 83~ to 143~ Longitude may be increased by 3 db/4KHz above these figures.
1543ArchiveEmission 27000F9 denotes a standard television transmission.
1544ArchiveEmission 36000F9 denotes a standard television transmission. The EIRP Density has been calculated assuming a 2Hz spreading factor.
1545ArchiveThis emission denotes a standard television transmission in either an unscrambled or scrambled mode.
1546ArchiveEmission 24000F9 denotes an analog video channel with associated audio.
1547ArchiveEmission 25000F9Y denotes a video channel with associated audio.
1549ArchiveEmission 30000F9 denotes a Standard Television carrier.
1551ArchiveEmission 43000F9 denotes a standard Television carrier.
1553ArchiveEmission 54M0F8F denotes a standard television transmission. The maximum EIRP Density is based on a 2 MHz spreading wave.
1554ArchiveThese emissions are only authorized for use with other 3.5 meter antennas (E890591) in this system.
1555ArchiveThese parameters do NOT apply to the 9.1 meter antennas.
1556Archive5.5 meter Comtech "18 ft" antenna (rectangular) changed to 4.1 meter (circular).
1557ArchiveIn the event that operation of this facility (transmitting bit rates higher than 3.088 Mbps) results in harmful interference, the licensee will bear the responsibility to coordinate with the affected party or parties that are operating with bit rates permitted under current FCC Regulations. If the coordination can not be successfully completed, the licensee agrees to either cease transmitting, or to move its customer to a non-interfering location. If the Commission finds it necessary to relocate any authorized, in-orbit satellites, the operation of this facility will not be cause to oppose the relocation.
1558ArchiveThe EIRP and EIRP Density listed is for the 8.1 meter Vertex antenna.
1559ArchiveThe EIRP and EIRP Density listed is for the 4.5 meter Dalsat antenna.
1560ArchiveDigital Transmission.
1561ArchiveThis authorization is subject to the terms & conditions set forth in 2nd Report & Order in the Matter of Amendment of Part 25 of the Commissions's Rules & Regulations to Reduce Alien Carrier Interference Between Fixed-Satellites at Reduced Orbital Spacings & to Revise Application Processing Procedures for Satellite Communication Services, 8 FCC Rcd 1316 (1993). Operating parameters of this station are limited as follows: (a) Maximum allowable power into input of antenna is 225 watts---for TV carriers & (b) Density limit is fixed at -9.7 dBW/4KHz for Didital carriers.
1562ArchiveThe EIRP & EIRP Density listed are for the 10 meter antenna.
1563ArchiveThe EIRP & EIRP Density listed are for the 9.2 meter antenna
1564ArchiveThe EIRP & EIRP Density listed are for the 7 meter antenna.
1565ArchiveThe EIRP & EIRP Density listed are for the 4.1 meter Comtech 18 ft. antenna.
1566ArchiveThe EIRP & EIRP Density listed are for the 2.4 meter antenna.
1567ArchiveThe EIRP & EIRP Density listed are for the 1.8 meter antenna.
1568ArchiveThe EIRP & EIRP Density listed are for the 2.4 meter antenna.
1569ArchiveThe EIRP & EIRP Density listed are for the 9 meter antenna.
1570ArchiveThe EIRP & EIRP Density listed are for the 9.2 meter antenna.
1571ArchiveThe EIRP & EIRP Density listed are for the 5.6 meter antenna.
1572ArchiveThe EIRP & EIRP Density listed are for the 3.7 meter antenna.
1573ArchiveTHIS EMISSION CAN BE USED ONLY WITH THE RSI (9.2 METER) MODEL 920CS ANTENNA.
1574ArchiveTHIS EMISSION CAN BE USED WITH BOTH THE RSI (9.2 METER) ANTENNA AND THE COMTECH (4.1 METER) "18 FT." OFFSAT ANTENNA.
1575ArchiveThe EIRP & EIRP Density listed are for the 13 meter antenna.
1576ArchiveThe EIRP & EIRP Density listed are for the 6.1 meter antenna.
1577ArchivePolarization L&R is for International use only.
1578ArchiveThis authorization is conditioned upon the outcome of the Commission's Rules and Regulations of Satellite Application and Licensing Procedures, Notice of Proposed Rulemaking in IB Docket No. 95-117, FCC 95-285 (adopted July 13, 1995) and is without prejudice to any action the Commission deems appropriate in that proceeding.
1579E950499/ EARTHWATCHThe facilities authorized herein shall be used in accordance with the Rules and Regulations promulgated in the FCC Rules and Regulations, in particular Part 1, Part 17, and Part 25. The facilities authorized herein shall be operated in accordance with US DEPT. OF COMMERCE, (NTIA), (a) Memorandum (attachment), dated 19/18/95, William Gamble, NTIA to William Torak, FCC; and (b) Letter (attachment), dated 9/12/95, Nelson Pollack, (USAF IRAC); Bruce Swearingen (Navy IRAC); Frank Holderness (Army IRAC); Edwin E. Dinkle (IRAC), US Dept.of Commerce. The facilities authorized herein shall be operated in accordance with FCC Order & Authorization, EARTHWATCH INCORPORATED DA-1707, File No. 21.22-DSS-P-93, 43-DSS-LA-94 (2), & 52-SAT-AMEND-95, Adopted 8/1/95, released 8/1/95, copy attached hereto Radio Station Authorization, E950499, 1658-DSE-P/L-95
1580ArchiveOperation of this VSAT Network limited to one transportable unit and not more than 50 fixed units (Remotes).
1600ArchiveSingle Channel Per Carrier (SCPC) Emission 30F9 (4 KHz voice channels).
1605ArchiveSingle Channel Per Carrier (SCPC) Emission 45F9 (60 KHz spacing).
1610ArchiveSingle Channel Per Carrier (SCPC) Emission 32F9Y consists of a 64 Kbps data rate using QPSK, 7/8 encoding. Operational frequency bands and described in Application, Exhibit 1, Table 1-A.
1611ArchiveSingle Channel Per Carrier (SCPC) Emission 36F9Y consists of a 72 Kbps data rate using QPSK, 7/8 encoding.
1612ArchiveSingle Channel Per Carrier (SCPC) Emission 66F9Y consists of a 132 Kbps data rate using QPSK, 7/8 encoding.
1613ArchiveSingle Channel Per Carrier (SCPC) Emission 90F9Y consists of data rates from 56 Kbps to 115.2 Kbps using QPSK, 7/8 encoding.
1614ArchiveSingle Channel Per Carrier (SCPC) Emission 150F9
1615ArchiveSingle Channel Per Carrier Emission 25.7F9
1616ArchiveEmission 45F94 consists of a 56 Kbps data channel.
1617ArchiveEmission 45F3 consists of voice and slow speed data by voice circuit.
1618ArchiveEmission 214F9 denotes SCPC channels with either FM program channel or 56 Kbps data channel.
1619ArchiveEmission 110F3 consists of 5 KHz audio program channels
1620ArchiveSingle Channel Per Carrier (SCPC) Emission 57F9Y consists of a 100 Kbps data channel using QPSK data, 7/8 encoding.
Code Note Condition
1621ArchiveEmission 256F9Y denotes up to a 256 Kbps QPSK data channel.
1622ArchiveEmission 40F9 denotes Single Channel Per Carrier.
1623ArchiveEmission 40F3 denotes Single Channel per carrier.
1624ArchiveSingle Channel Per Carrier (SCPC) Emission 45F9Y denotes a 56 Kbps data channel using QPSK with 7/8 encoding. Operational frequencies bands are described in Application File No. 989-DSE-MP/L-79, Attachment A, TableI I-A.
1625ArchiveEmission 310F9Y denotes four 56 Kbps data channels using 4/3 QPSK encoding.
1626ArchiveEmission 1775F9Y denotes a 1.3308 mbs data channel using 4/3 QPSK encoding.
1627ArchiveEmission 2060F9Y denotes a 1.544 mbs QPSK data channel using 4/3 QPSK encoding.
1628ArchiveEmission 15060F9Y denotes a 15.06 mbs QPSK data channel.
1629ArchiveEmission 20000F9Y denotes a 20 mbs data channel.
1630ArchiveEmission 2.4F9Y denotes a 2.4 Kbps digital 2-phase PSK RF carrier.
1631ArchiveEmission 68F9Y denotes a 100 Kbps 4-phase PSK RF carrier using 3/4 encoding.
1632ArchiveEmission 1236F9Y denotes a 1.544 Mbps QPSK carrier using 7/8 encoding.
1633ArchiveEmission 1765F9Y denotes 1.544 Mbps QPSK carrier using 7/8 encoding.
1634ArchiveEmission 896F9Y denotes a 1,344 Mbps QPSK carrier using 7/8 encoding. Operational frequency bands are described application, Exhibit 1, Table 1-A.
1635ArchiveSingle Channel Per Carrier (SCPC) Emission 90F9Y consists of a 112 Kbps data rate with QPSK modulation, 7/8 FEC and scrambler.
1636ArchiveEmission 896F9Y denotes a 1,344 Mbps QPSK carrier using 3/4 encoding. Operational frequency bands are described in application, Exhibit 1, Table 1-A.
1637ArchiveEmission 50F3 denotes an SCPC/FM program audio channel.
1638ArchiveEmission 50F3 denotes an SCPC/FM orderwire RF carrier.
1639ArchiveEmission 660F9Y denotes a 768 Kbps SCPC operation with 7/8 rate encoding for an 880 Kbps QPSK RF carrier.
1640ArchiveEmission 40F9Y denotes a 32 Kbps data channel with 1/2 rate encoding for a 64 Kbps QPSK RF carrier.
1641ArchiveEmission 667F9Y denotes a 500 Kbps data channel with 3/4 rate encoding for a 667 Kbps BPSK RF carrier.
1642ArchiveEmission 130F9Y denotes a 56 Kbps data channel with 7/8 rateen coding for a 64 Kbps BPSK RF carrier.
1643ArchiveMARISAT developmental transmissions which may be either TDM bursts, (6F9) or SC PC-FM voice (30F3).
1644ArchiveEmission 200F9Y denotes a developmental channel using BPSL modulation.
1645ArchiveEmission 60F9Y denotes a 56 Kbps data channel with 7/8 rate encoding for a 64 Kbps QSPK RF carrier.
1646ArchiveEmission 115F9Y denotes a 50 Kbps data channel with 7/8 rate encoding for a 57.14 Kbps BPSK RF carrier.
1647ArchiveEmission 45F9Y denotes a 56 Kbps data channel with 7/8 rate encoding (64 Kbps data channel without forward error encoding) for a 64 Kbps QPSK RF carrier.
1648ArchiveEmission 60F9Y denotes a 130 Kbps data channel with 3/4 rate encoding for a 173.33 Kbps QPSK RF carrier.
1649ArchiveEmission 288F9Y denotes a 504.5024 Kbps data channel with 7/8 rate encoding for a 576.5742 Kbps QPSK RF carrier.
1650ArchiveLicensee shall also be responsible for adjusting frequencies and powers so as to keep inter-satellite interference at an acceptable level.
1651ArchiveEmission 112F9 denotes a 56 Kbps BPSK data carrier.
1652ArchiveEmission 4A3J denotes a 4 KHz telephone AM SSB suppressed carrier signal.
1653ArchiveEmission 4A9J denotes a 4KHz data and signaling AM SSB suppressed carrier signal.
1654ArchiveEmission 50F9 denotes a program audio channel.
1655ArchiveEmission 125F9Y denotes a 56 Kbps channel with 7/8 rate encoding for a 64 Kbps BPSK RF carrier.
1656ArchiveEmission 1029F9Y denotes a 1.544 Mbps data channel with 3/4 rate encoding for a 2.058 Mbps QPSK RF carrier.
1657ArchiveEmission 882F9Y denotes a 1.544 Mbps data channel with 3/4 rate error encoding for a 2.060 Mbps QPSK RF carrier.
1658ArchiveEmission 1764F9Y denotes a 3.088 Mbps data channel with 3/4 rate error encoding for a 4.120 Mbps QPSK RF carrier.
1659ArchiveEmission 515F9Y denotes a 450.3 Kbps data channel with 7/8 rate error encoding for a QPSK RF carrier.
1660ArchiveEmission 5F9Y denotes a 9600 bps QPSK RF carrier.
1661ArchiveEmission 1760F9Y denotes a 1.544 Mbps data channel with 7/8 rate error encoding for a 1.765 Mbps QPSK RF carrier.
1662ArchiveEmission 375F9Y denotes a 224 Kbps data channel with 7/8 rate error encoding for a 256 Kbps QPSK RF carrier.
1663ArchiveEmission 224F9Y denotes a 392 Kbps data channel with 7/8 rate encoding for a 460 Kbps QPSK RF carrier.
1664ArchiveEmission 320F9Y denotes a 1.544 Mbps data channel with 7/8 rate encoding for a Mbps QPSK RF carrier.
1665ArchiveEmission 9500F9Y denotes a 15.5 Mbps QPSK RF carrier.
1666ArchiveEmission 38F9Y denotes a 56 Kbps data channel with 3/4 rate encoding for a 74.7 Kbps QPSK RF carrier.
1667ArchiveEmission 230F9Y denotes a 115.2 Kbps BPSK data carrier.
1668ArchiveEmission 256F9Y denotes a 224 Kbps data channel with 7/8 rate encoding for a 256 Kbps BPSK RF carrier.
1669ArchiveEmission 2060F9Y denotes a 3.088 Mbps data channel with 7/8 rate encoding for a 3.540 Mbps QPSK RF carrier.
1670ArchiveEmission 19.2F9Y denotes a 33.6 Kbps data channel with 7/8 rate encoding for a 38.4 Kbps QPSK RF carrier.
Code Note Condition
1671ArchiveEmission 1000F9Y denotes a 1.544 Mbps data channel with 7/8 rate encoding for a 1.764 Mbps QPSK RF carrier.
1672ArchiveEmission 1323F9Y denotes a 1.544 Mbps data channel with 7/8 rate incoded for a 1.764 rate encoding for a 1.764 Mbps QPSK RF carrier.
1673ArchiveEmission 1765F9Y denotes a 1.544 Mbps data channel with 7/8 encoding for a 1.765 Mbps QPSK RF carrier.
1674ArchiveEmission 2300F9Y denotes a 1.544 Mbps channel with 1/2 rate encoding for a 3.088 Mbps QPSK RF carrier.
1675ArchiveEmission 4032F9Y denotes a 3.544 Mbps data channel with 7/8 rate encoding for a 4.032 Mbps QPSK RF carrier.
1678ArchiveEmission 76.8F9Y denotes a 134.4 Kbps data channel with 7/8 rate encoding for a 154 Kbps QPSK RF carrier.
1679ArchiveEmission 970F9Y denotes a 1.454 Mbps data channel with 3/4 rate encoding for a 1.94 Mbps QPSK RF carrier.
1680ArchiveEmission 1030F9Y denotes a 1.544 Mbps data channel with 3/4 rate encoding for a 2.06 Mbps QPSK RF carrier.
1681ArchiveEmission 3088F9Y denotes a 2.0587 Mbps data channel with 3/4 rate encoding for a 3.088 Mbps QPSK RF carrier.
1682ArchiveEmission 50F9 denotes a voice channel. In this mode of operation, the range of geostationary arc is authorized from 67.0 to 143 degrees West Longitude.
1683ArchiveEmission 1800F9Y denotes a 1.544 Mbps data channel with 7/8 rate encoding for a 1.765 Mbps QPSK RF carrier.
1684ArchiveEmission 215F9 denotes a 15 KHz analog carrier.
1685ArchiveEmission 49F9Y denotes a 56 Kbps data channel with 7/8 rate encoding for a 64 Kbps QPSK RF carrier.
1686ArchiveEmission 1544F9Y denotes a 1.544 Mbps data channel with 1/2 rate encoding for a 3.088 Mbps QPSK RF carrier.
1687ArchiveEmission 768F9Y denotes a 768 Kbps data channel with 1/2 rate encoding for a 1536 Kbps QPSK RF carrier.
1688ArchiveEmission 38.4F9Y denotes a 67.2 Kbps data channel with 7/8 rate encoding for a 77 Kbps QPSK RF carrier.
1689ArchiveEmission 256F9Y denotes a 448 Kbps data channel with 7/8 rate encoding for a 515 Kbps QPSK RF carrier.
1690ArchiveEmission 65F9Y denotes a 56 Kbps data channel with 7/8 rate encoding for a 64 Kbps QPSK RF carrier.
1691Archive212F9Y 56 Kbps 1/2 112 Kbps QPSK
1692Archive84F9Y 56 Kbps 1/2 112 Kbps QPSK
1693Archive306F9Y 403 Kbps 3/4 538 Kbps QPSK
1694Archive2750F9Y 3620 Kbps 3/4 4838 Kbps QPSK
1695ArchiveEmission 30F9Y, Data rate 19.2 Kbps, FEC 1/2, Transmission rate 38.4 Kbps, Modulation BPSK.
1696Archive280F9Y -- -- 200 Kbps QPSK
1697Archive430F9Y 322 Kbps 3/4 430 Kbps QPSK
1698Archive512F9Y 768 Kbps 3/4 1064 Kbps QPSK
1699Archive2048F9Y 3072 Kbps 3/4 2300 Kbps QPSK
1700ArchiveEmissions in Section 1 include single carrier FM, multiple carrier FM, single carrier PSK and multiple carrier PSK.
1710ArchiveEmission 1600F9Y consists of a 1,5209 MB/S QPSK, 7/8 encoded data channel.
1711ArchiveEmission 15000F9Y consists of a 15 MBPS QPSK data channel.
1712ArchiveEmission 200F9 is a 200 Kbps digital 4-Phase PSK RF carriers.
1713ArchiveEmission 1800F9 is a 1,792 Mbps digital 4-Phase PSK RF carrier.
1714ArchiveEmission 64F9Y consists of a 56 Kbps QPSK data channel with 7/8 encoding.
1715ArchiveEmission 36000F9 is a 1,544 Mbps digital QPSK data channel using 7/8 encoding.
1716ArchiveEmission 256F9Y is a 224 Kbps simplex data circuit.
1717ArchiveEmission 200F9Y is a 264 Kbps BPSK data channel.
1718ArchiveEmission 2500F9Y denotes 56 Kbps to 3.16 MBPS QPSK multiple carrier channels.
1719ArchiveEmission 43000F9Y denotes a digital communications transmission.
1720ArchiveEmission 5000F9 denotes the command transmission.
1721ArchiveEmission 70F9 denotes Telemetry transmission.
1722ArchiveEmission 4220F9Y is a 6.3 Mbps digital 4-Phase PSK RF carrier with 3/4 FEC encoding.
1723ArchiveEmission 8000F9Y is a 12.0 Mbps digital 4-Phase PSK RF carrier with 3/4 FEC encoding.
1724ArchiveEmission 900F9Y denotes a 1.344 Mbps digital Mbps digital 4-Phase PSK RF carrier with 3/4 encoding.
1725ArchiveEmission 2048F9Y denotes a 3.072 Mbps digital QPSK channel with 3/4 encoding.
1726ArchiveEmission 128F9Y denotes a 224 Kbps digital QPSK data channel using 3/4 encoding.
1727ArchiveEmission 32000F9 denotes a 64 Mbps, QPSK digital channel.
1728ArchiveEmission 32F9Y consists of a 56 Kbps QPSK data channel with 7/8 encoding.
1729ArchiveEmission designator 300F9Y denotes QPSK time division multiplexed RF carrier for voice and data transmission.
1730ArchiveEmission designator 36000F5 denotes a FM video RF carrier for video teleconferencing transmission.
1731ArchiveEmission 66F9Y consists of a 115 Kbps QPSK data channel.
Code Note Condition
1732ArchiveEmission 882F9Y denotes a 1.544 Mbps digital QPSK RF carrier with 7/8 encoding.
1733ArchiveEmission 43000F9Y denotes a time division multiple access RF carrier using QPSK modulation at a nominal burst rate of 43 Mbps.
1734ArchiveEmission 2162F9Y denotes a time division multiple access RF carrier using QPSK modulation at a maximum burst rate of 3.088 Mbps.
1735ArchiveEmission designator 6000F9Y denotes a 2.4576 Mbps BPSK transmission.
1736ArchiveEmission designator 344F9Y denotes a 601.143 Kbps data channel with QPSK modulation and 7/8 rate encoding.
1737ArchiveEmission 2000F9Y denotes a time division multiple access RF carrier using QPSK and rate 3/4 FEC encoding at a nominal burst rate of 3.25 Mbps.
1738ArchiveEmission 4000F9Y denotes a time division multiple access RF carrier using QPSK and rate 3/4 FEC encoding at a normal burst rate of 6.3 Mbps.
1739ArchiveEmission 8000F9Y denotes a time division multiple access RF carrier using QPSK and rate 3/4 FEC encoding at a normal burst rate of 12 Mbps.
1740ArchiveEmission 29F9Y denotes a 50 Kbps digital QPSK carrier with rate 7/8 encoding.
1741ArchiveEmission 400F9Y denotes a 224 Kbps BPSK RF carrier.
1742ArchiveEmission 40F9Y denotes a 56 Kbps QPSK RF carrier.
1743ArchiveEmission 29000F9Y is a 50 Mbps data channel.
1744ArchiveEmission 100F9Y is a 56 Kbps data channel.
1745ArchiveEmission 197F9Y denotes a 196.8 Kbps data channel and 1/2 rate encoding with QPSK modulation.
1746ArchiveEmission 100F9Y denotes a 56 Kbps digital BPSK service with rate 7/8 encoding (64 Kbps carrier).
1747ArchiveEmission 197F9Y denotes a 196.8 Kbps digital QPSK service with 1/2 rate encoding (394 Kbps carrier).
1748ArchiveEmission 720F9Y denotes an ultimate 500 Kbps QPSK RF carrier with TDM voice and data channels.
1749ArchiveEmission 2059F9Y consists of 1.544 Mbps duplex data channel.
1750ArchiveEmission 5000F9Y denotes a 2.4576 Mbps BPSK transmission.
1751ArchiveEmission 132F9Y denotes a 230.4 Kbps data channel with 7/8 rate encoding for a 263.3 Kbps QPSK RF carrier.
1752ArchiveEmission 36000F9Y denotes a 62 Mbps nominal burst rate QPSK TDMA transmission.
1753ArchiveEmission 128F9Y denotes a 224 Kbps data channel with 7/8 rate encoding for a 256 Kbps QPSK RF carrier.
1754ArchiveEmission 551F9Y denotes a 560 Kbps data channel with 1/2 rate encoding for a 1120 Kbps QPSK RF carrier.
1755ArchiveEmission 1600F9Y denotes a 1.544 Mbps T-1 BPSK r.f. carrier.
1756ArchiveEmission 29F9Y denotes a 50 Kbps data channel with 7/8 rate encoding for a 57 Kbps QPSK RF carrier.
1757ArchiveEmission 1158F9Y denotes a 1.544 Mbps channel.
1758ArchiveEmission 48F9Y denotes a PCM-PSK voice channel.
1759ArchiveEmission 48F9Y denotes a 64 Kbps data channel.
1760ArchiveEmission 88F9Y denotes a 153.6 Kbps data channel with 7/8 rate encoding for a 115.5 Kbps QPSK RF carrier.
1761ArchiveEmission 882F9Y denotes a 1.544 Mbps data channel with 7/8 rate encoding for a 1.765 Mbps QPSK RF carrier.
1762ArchiveEmission 1050F9Y denotes a 1.544 Mbps data channel with 7/8 rate encoding for a 1.764 Mbps QPSK RF carrier.
1763ArchiveEmission 36000F9Y denotes a time division multiple access RF carrier using QPSK modulation at a nominal burst rate of 60 Mbps capable of being equipped with DAMA capability.
1764ArchiveEmission 32F9Y denotes a 56 Kbps data channel with 7/8 rate encoding for a 64 Kbps QPSK RF carrier.
1765ArchiveEmission 100F9Y denotes a 56 Kbps data channel with 7/8 rate encoding for a 64 Kbps QPSK RF carrier.
1766ArchiveEmission 36000F9Y denotes a time division multiple access RF carrier using QPSK modulation at a nominal burst rate of 64 Mbps.
1767ArchiveEmission 36000F9Y denotes a full transponder digital transmission.
1768ArchiveEmission 100F9 denotes a telemetry and ranging transmission.
1769ArchiveEmission 2500F9 denotes a command, ranging and tracking transmission.
1770ArchiveEmission 32000F9Y denotes a time division multiple access RF carrier using QPSK modulation with a nominal burst rate of 64 Mbps.
1771ArchiveEmission 220F9Y denotes a 384 Kbps data channel with 7/8 rate encoding for a 440 Kbps QPSK RF carrier.
1772ArchiveEmission 1756F9Y denotes a 3.072 Mbps data channel with 7/8 rate encoding for a 3.511 Mbps QPSK RF carrier.
1773ArchiveEmission 3072F9Y denotes a 3.072 Mbps data channel with 1/2 rate encoding for a 6.144 Mbps QPSK RF carrier.
1774ArchiveSame as 1773.
1775ArchiveSame as 1772.
1776ArchiveEmission 384F9Y denotes a 384 Kbps data channel with 1/2 rate encoding for a 768 Kbps QPSK RF carrier.
1777ArchiveEmission 220F9Y denotes a 384 Kbps data channel with 7/8 rate encoding for a 440 Kbps QPSK RF carrier.
1778ArchiveEmission 48000F9Y denotes a time division multiple access RF carrier using QPSK modulation at a nominal burst rate of 48 Mbps.
1779ArchiveEmission 344F9Y denotes a 601.143 Kbps data channel with 7/8 rate encoding for a 681.021 Kbps QPSK RF carrier.
1780ArchiveEmission 36000F9Y denotes a time division multiple access RF carrier using QPSK modulation at a nominal burst rate of 60 Mbps.
1781ArchiveEmission 1600F9Y denotes a 1.544 Mbps data channel with 3/4 rate encoding for a 2.059 Mbps QPSK RF carrier.
Code Note Condition
1782ArchiveEmission 64F9Y denotes a 112 Kbps data channel with 7/8 rate encoding for a 128 Kbps QPSK RF carrier.
1783ArchiveEmission 12000F9Y denotes a time division multiple access RF carrier using QPSK modulation at a nominal burst rate of 15 Mbps.
1784ArchiveEmission 57F9Y denotes a 100 Kbps data channel with 7/8 rate encoding for a 114 Kbps QPSK RF carrier.
1785ArchiveEmission 114F9Y denotes a 200 Kbps data channel with 7/8 rate encoding for a 228 Kbps QPSK RF carrier.
1786ArchiveEmission 860F9Y denotes a 1.544 Mbps data channel with 7/8 rate encoding for a 1.765 Mbps QPSK RF carrier.
1787ArchiveEmission 1000F9 denotes a data transmission.
1788ArchiveEmission 8000F9Y denotes a time division multiple access RF carrier using QPSK modulation of a nominal burst rate of 16 Mbps.
1789ArchiveEmission 3000F9Y denotes a time division multiple access RF carrier using QPSK modulation at a nominal rate of 60 Mbps.
1790ArchiveEmission 8000F9Y denotes a 14 Mbps data channel with 7/8 rate encoding for a 16 Mbps QPSK RF carrier.
1791ArchiveEmission 43000F9Y denotes a time division multiple access RF carrier using QPSK modulation at a nominal burst rate of 48 Mbps.
1792ArchiveEmission 1006F9Y denotes a 1.544 Mbps data channel with 7/8 rate encoding for a 1.765 Mbps QPSK RF carrier.
1793ArchiveNominal emission designator for Telemetry, Tracking, Command, Monitoring and/or ranging purposes.
1794ArchiveEmission 112F9Y denotes a 56 Kbps BPSK status return channel with rate 1/2 FEC encoding (112 Kbps transmission rate).
1795ArchiveEmission 15F9Y denotes a digital audio channel.
1796ArchiveEmission 18000F9Y denotes a time division multiplexed BPSK data signal with 8.76 Mbps coding rate.
1797ArchiveEmission 17555F9Y denotes a TDM/BPSK radio channel.
1798ArchiveEmission 72000F9Y denotes a 120 Mbps TDMA carrier using QPSK modulation.
1800ArchiveTypical emission designator denoting widest bandwidth and/or highest EIRP/EIRP density RF carrier authorized at this station. Details on the specific authorized RF carriers are contained the application(s) for this radio station authorization and/or subsequent modification(s).
1810ArchiveDesignated emissions for SCPC/DAMA system using SCPC-FM voice-activated carrier (25F3), and one TDMA common signalling carrier (38F9Y) and one pilot carrier (AO).
1851ArchiveUse of this emission is governed by the Commission's authorization of Western Union Transponder Plan A. See Western Union Telegraph Company (Mimeo 08532) released April 8, 1981.
1852ArchiveUse of this emission is governed by the Commission's authorization of Western Union Transponder Plan B. See Western Union Telegraph Company (Mimeo 08532), released April 8, 1981.
1853ArchiveUse of this emission is governed by the Commission's authorization of Western Union Transponder Plan C. See Western Union Telegraph Company (Mimeo 08532), released April 8, 1981.
1854ArchiveUse of this emission is governed by the Commission's authorization of Western Union Transponder Plan D. See Western Union Telegraph Company (Mimeo 08532), released April 8, 1981.
1855ArchiveThis emission refers to operation using the 4.6 meter antennas. Use of this emission is governed by the Commission's authorization of Western Union Transponder Plans A, B and C. See Western Union Telegraph Company (Mimeo 08532), released April 8, 1981.
1856ArchiveNo Text.
1857ArchiveEmission 200F9 denotes 15 KHz frequency modulated audio channels. Transmission of this emission and associated EIRP levels from antennas less than 9 meters in diameter are subject to the power density limits and other conditions set forth in American Telephone and Telegraph Company (Mimeo 5972) released August 27, 1982.
1858ArchiveRepresents Ku Band Digital Channels with widest Emission 72 MHz, highest EIRP 91.1 dBW, and greatest EIRP density 53.0 dBW/4kHz.
1859ArchiveEmission 36000F9Y represents use of a full transponder for data.
1860ArchiveEmission 36000F9 represents use of a full transponder for either data for video.
1861ArchiveEmission 25000F9 represents 432 voice-grade FDM/FM channels, or Alaskan Television Services, or Space Shuttle Video and Audio.
1862ArchiveEmission 15000F9 represents 15/20 Mbps simplex channel, 398 KHz simplex voice-grade circuit with QPSK 3/4 encoding.
1863ArchiveAny of the frequency bands designated in this license is authorized for the transmission of any of the following emissions: 36000F9 Full transponder video with 2 MHz dispersal 2000F9Y 1.544 Mbps, QPSK 1600F9Y 1.544 Mbps, QPSK, 3/4 FEC coding 220F9Y 256 Kbps Digital simplex data 100F9Y 56 Kbps, SCPC, BPSK, 7/8 FEC coding 60F9Y 56 Kbps, QPSK,7/8 FEC coding
1864ArchiveEmission 60000F9Y denotes a time division multiple access RF carrier using QPSK modulation at a nominal burst rate of 6 Mbps.
1873ArchiveThe EIRP Density on the downlink to remote VSATstations is limited to +6 dBW/4kHz.
1874ArchiveThe Emission 1000F9Y refers to a digital 1.5 Mbps transmission at 60 dBW.
1875ArchiveThe Emission 2000F9Y refers to a QPSK 3.5 Mbps transmission at 63.9 dBW.
1876ArchiveThe Emission 4000F9Y refers to a TDMA 5.83 Mbps transmission at 67.1 dBW with 3/4 FEC.
1877ArchiveThe Emission 8000F9Y refers to ANA-VIDEO 15 Mbps transmission at 69.9 dBW.
1878ArchiveThe Emission 430KF1D refers to a 322 Kb/s QPSK data carrier encoded at 4/3 FEC.
1879ArchiveThe Emission 645KF1D refers to a 322 Kb/s QPSK data carrier encoded at 2/1 FEC.
1880ArchiveThe emission 2M06F1D refers to a 1.544 Mbps QPSK data carrier encoded at 4/3 FEC.
1881ArchiveThe emission 3M09F1D refers to a 1.544 Mb/s QPSK data carrier encoded at 2/1 FEC.
1882ArchiveThe emission 36M0G7W denotes a digital channel at a rate of 60 mbps using TDMA.
1883ArchiveThe emission 1M24G7W denotes a digital channel at a datarate of 1.544 mbps using QPSK with a 3/4 FEC rate.
1884ArchiveThe EIRP and EIRP Density listed is for the 10 meter Scientific Atlanta Model 8002 antenna.
1885ArchiveThe EIRP and EIRP Density listed is for the 9.2 meter Satcom Tech Model 920CS antenna.
1886ArchiveThe EIRP and EIRP Density listed is for the three 4.1 meter dishes with arc of operation 62-143.
1887ArchiveThis emission will operate with the VSAT system.
1888ArchiveThis emission will operate independently, and NOTas part of the VSAT Network System.
1889ArchiveThe EIRP and EIRP Density listed is for the 5 meter dish.
Code Note Condition
1890ArchiveThe EIRP and EIRP Density listed is for the 11meter Scientific-Atlanta model 8016.
1891ArchiveThe EIRP and EIRP Density listed is for the 7 meter Scientific-Atlanta model 8010C.
1892ArchiveThe EIRP and EIRP Density listed is for the 9.2 meter dish.
1893ArchiveThe EIRP and EIRP Density listed is for the 5.5 meter dish.
1894ArchiveThis emission is authorized for communication with satellite located at 72 degrees West Longitude, using the 11 meter Harris antenna.
1895ArchiveThis emission will operate independently and NOT as part of the VSAT system.
1896ArchiveThe EIRP and EIRP Density listed is for the 3.5 meter dish.
1897ArchiveThe EIRP and EIRP Density listed are for the 4.1 meter Comtech Model 18ft. Offsat antennas.
1898ArchiveThese parameters do NOT apply to the 5 meter Scientific Atlanta antenna.
1899ArchiveThe EIRP and EIRP Density listed is for the 9.2 meter Satcom Technologies 920CS antenna.
1900Applicable to all transmitting frequency bands.Applicable to all transmitting frequency bands. Authority is granted to transmit any number of RF carriers with the specified parameters on any discrete frequencies within associated band in accordance with the other terms and conditions of this authorization, subject to any additional limitations that may be required to avoid unacceptable levels of inter-satellite interference.
1901Archive*A waiver of Section 25.205 of the Commission's Rules has been granted to permit a minimum elevation angle of 4.1 degrees.
1902Archive# Should the licensee wish to operate at a power above 75.4 dBW/1MHz or use frequencies between 6200 - 6400 MHz, they will notify Bell Atlantic-New Jersey at least two weeks in advance for prior clearance.
1910ArchiveAuthority is granted to transmit any number of RF carriers with the specified parameters on any discrete frequencies within those portions of this band for which frequency coordination has been successfully completed in accordance with the other terms and conditions of this authorization, subject to any additional limitations that may be required to avoid unacceptable levels of inter-satellite interference.
1920ArchiveThe EIRP density limit noted herein is the maximum coordinated for this carrier. Inasmuch as frequency coordination was not completed across the entire 5925-6425 mHz band nor was this EIRP density level coordinated for each frequency segment, actual operation of this station shall be limited to the parameters noted in the frequency coordination forwarded to all affected users dated April 25, 1990.
1925WB36,WB36, 1300-DSE-MP/L-89, SOUTHBURY, CT., L-BAND (MARISAT) Particulars of Operation: Freqs.(MHz) & Pol.=Transmit-1638.500-1642.500-R/Emission-NON/EIRP-37.00/EIRP DEN- 37.00. Receive-1541.500-1541.500-R/Emission-NON.
1926ArchiveThe EIRP and EIRP Density listed is for the 7 meter RSI Model 700CS antenna.
1927ArchiveVERTEX 3.5KPK ANTENNA.
1928ArchiveVERTEX 6.1KPK ANTENNA.
1929KB34,KB34, 273-DSE-MP/L-91, SANTA PAULA, CA., L-BAND (MARISAT) Particulars of Operation: Freqs.(MHz) & Pol.=Transmit-1638.500-1642.500-R/Emission-NON/EIRP-37.00/EIRP DEN- 37.00. Receive-1541.500-1541.500-R/Emission-NON.
1930ArchiveVERTEX 9KPK ANTENNA.
1931ArchiveVERTEX 13KPC ANTENNA.
1932ArchiveANDREW 9.1 ESA91-46 ANTENNA.
1933ArchiveAndrew (4.5 meter) ESA45-46 antenna.
1934ArchiveComtech (4.1 meter) "18 ft." antenna.
1935ArchiveVertex (9 meter) 9KPC antenna.
1936ArchiveComtech (4.1 meter) "18 ft." antenna.
1937ArchiveVERTEX (11 METER) 11 KPC ANTENNA.
1938ArchiveSCIENTIFIC ATLANTA (7 METER) 8010C ANTENNA.
1939ArchiveVERTEX (3.5 meter) 3.5 KPKS antenna.
1940ArchivePRODELIN (2.4 meter) 1245-501 antenna.
1941ArchiveVERTEX (8.1 METER) 8.1 KPK ANTENNA.
1942ArchiveScientific Atlanta (10 meter) model 8002 antenna.
1943ArchiveAndrew (4.5 meter) model ESA45-46 antenna.
1944ArchiveProdelin (1.8 meter) model 1184 antenna.
1945ArchiveProdelin (2.4 meter) model 1246 antenna.
1946ArchiveScientific-Atlanta (11 meter) model 6007 antenna.
1947ArchiveComtech (4.1 meter) model "18 ft." antenna.
1948ArchiveScientific-Atlanta (11 meter) 8007 antenna.
1949ArchiveScientific-Atlanta (4.6 meter) 8005 antenna.
1950ArchiveThe EIRP and EIRP Density listed is for the 10 meter Scientific Atlanta 8113-A.
1951ArchiveSatcom Technologies (9.2 meter) model 900CS antenna.
1952ArchiveAndrew (9.1 meter) model ESA91-46 antenna.
1953ArchiveThe EIRP & EIRP Density listed is for the 10 meter Andrew ESA10-46HP antenna.
1954ArchiveThe EIRP & EIRP Density listed are for the 9 meter Vertex 9Mand 9.3 meter Andrew ESA93-46 antennas.
1955ArchiveSCIENTIFIC ATLANTA (7 METER) 8010K ANTENNA.
1956ArchiveVERTEX (6.1 METER) 6.1 KPK ANTENNA.
1957ArchiveVERTEX (9 METER) 9 KPK ANTENNA.
1958ArchiveAndrew ESA 10-46B Antenna.
1959ArchiveComtech Offsat Antenna-Power limits in accordance with the finding in paragraph 3 of the Commission's Order released June 16, 1986 (mimeo 5174) concerning this Comtech antenna.
Code Note Condition
1960ArchiveHARRIS (13 METER) MODEL 5260 ANTENNA.
1961ArchiveCOMTECH (5 METER) MODEL F-1 ANTENNA.
1962ArchiveVERTEX (9 METER) 9 KPK ANTENNA.
1963ArchiveVERTEX (6.1 METER) 6.1 KPK ANTENNA.
1964ArchiveThis authorization is limited to landbase operations only. No (MARITIME) service authorized.
2000ArchiveThe hours of operations of this station are not limited.
2010ArchiveThis authorization is issued pursuant to the Commission's Second Report and Order adopted June 16, 1972 (35 FCC 2d 844) and Memorandum, Opinion and Order adopted December 21, 1972 (38 FCC 2d 665) in Docket No. 16495 and is subject to the policies adopted in that proceeding.
2011ArchiveThis authorization is issued pursuant to the Commission's Second Report and Order adopted June 16, 1972 (35 FCC 2d844) and Memorandum, Opinion and Order adopted December 21, 1972 (38 FCC 2d 665) in Docket No.16495 and is subject to the policies adopted in that proceeding and is further subject to the terms and conditions set forth in the Commission's Memorandum, Opinion and Order released December 27, 1978 in application file No. 652-DSE-P-77.
2012ArchiveThis authorization is issued pursuant to the Commission's Second Report and Order adopted June 16, 1972 (35 FCC 2d844) and Memorandum, Opinion and Order adopted December 21, 1972 (38 FCC 2d 665) in Docket No.16495 and is subject to the policies adopted in that proceeding. This authorization is further subject to the terms and conditions set forth in Public Broadcasting Service, 63 F.C.C. 29 707 (1977).
2013ArchiveThis authorization is issued pursuant to the Commission's Second Report and Order adopted June 16, 1972 (35 FCC 2d 844) and Memorandum, Opinion and Order adopted December 21, 1972 (38 FCC 2d 665) in Docket No.16495 and is subject to the policies adopted in that proceeding. This authorization is further subject to the terms and conditions set forth in the Commission's Memorandum, Opinion, Order, Authorization and Certification adopted January 25, 1979 in applications File Nos. 789-DSE-P/ML-78 and is further subject to the technical matters addressed in that decision.
2014ArchiveThis authorization is subject to the terms and conditions set forth in the Commission's Memorandum, Opinion, Order and Authorization released in applications File Nos. 768/769-DSE-P/L-79.
2015ArchiveThis authorization is subject to the terms and conditions set forth in the Commission's Memorandum, Opinion, Order and Authorization released January 4, 1978 in applications File Nos.340-DSE-P/L-78 and I-P-C-33.
2016ArchiveThis authorization is issued pursuant to the Commission's Memorandum, Opinion, Order and Authorization adopted November 21, 1978, FCC 78-810, in the matter of application File Nos. I-T-C-2617-3 et al and is subject to the terms and conditions set forth in the decision.
2017ArchiveThis authorization is issued pursuant to the Commission's Memorandum, Opinion, Order and Authorization adopted May 15, 1979, FCC 79-304, in the matter of application File Nos. 49/449-DSE-P-79 and is subject to the terms and conditions set forth in that decision.
2018ArchiveThis authorization is subject to the final outcome of any proceedings resulting from the Commission's Notice of Inquiry, CC Docket No. 78-374, FCC 78-829 released January26, 1979 and The Petition for Rulemaking, RM-3377, Filed by 220 Television, Inc.
2019Domestic Satellite Receive-only Earth StationsThis authorization is issued pursuant to the Commission's Report and Order adopted October 18, 1979, FCC 79-665, in the matter of Docket No. CC-78-374, Regulation of Domestic Satellite Receive-only Earth Stations and is subject to the terms and conditions set forth in that proceeding.
2020ArchiveThe use of the small diameter earth station antenna facilities is authorized pursuant to the Commission's decision in American Broadcasting Companies et al, 62 FCC 2d 901 (1976).
2021ArchiveThis authorization is issued pursuant to the Commission's Memorandum, Opinion, Order and Authorization adopted November 9, 1979, in the matter of application File No.14-DSE-P-79 and is subject to the terms and conditions set forth in that decision.
2022ArchiveThe use of the small diameter earth station antenna facilities is authorized pursuant to the Commission's decision in American Broadcasting Companies et al, 62 FCC 2d 901(1976) and Memorandum, Opinion, Order and Authorization adopted July 27, 1978 in Trinity Broadcasting of Arizona, Inc. (application File No. 36-DSE-P/L-78) (FCC 78-562)
2023ArchiveThe use of the small diameter earth station antenna facilities is authorized pursuant to the Commission's decision in American Broadcasting Companies et al, 62 FCC 2d 901(1976) and the Commission's Memorandum, Opinion, Order and Authorization released December 10, 1979 in applications File Nos, 1493-DSE-P/L-79 et al.
2024ArchiveThis authorization is further subject to the terms and conditions set forth in Satellite Business Systems, 62 FCC 2d 997 (1977).
2025ArchiveThe use of the small diameter earth station antenna facilities is authorized pursuant to the Commission's decision in American Satellite Corporation application File Nos. 67/68-DSE-P/L-78 released August 21, 1978 (FCC 78-590)
2026ArchiveThe use of the small diameter earth station antenna facilities is authorized pursuant to the Commission's decision in American Broadcasting Companies, 62 FCC 2d 901(1976) and the Commission's Order and Authorization (mimeo 31327) adopted May 5, 1980 in application File Nos, 314 through 317-DSE-P/L-80.
2027ArchiveThis authorization is further subject to the Commission's determinations in Docket No. 20598 and subsequent authorizations.
2028ArchiveThe use of the small diameter earth station antenna facilities is authorized pursuant to the Commission's decision in American Broadcasting Companies, 62 FCC 2d 901 (1976) and the Commission's Order and Authorization adopted December 18, 1980 in application File No. 886-DSE-P/L-80.
2029ArchiveThe use of these small diameter earth station facilities is authorized pursuant to the Commission's decisions in American Broadcasting Companies, 62 FCC 2d 901(1976) and Cylix Communications Network, Inc., (Order and Authorization released November 13, 1980 in Application File No. 1159-DSE-P/L-80).
2030ArchiveThe authority granted by this station authorization is (See 2035) limited to the operation of the radio facilities described above, and does not include any authority under Section 214 of the Communications Act to establish channels of communication or to provide communications services for hire.
2031ArchiveThe use of these small diameter earth station facilities is authorized pursuant to the Commission's decisions in American Broadcasting Companies, 62 FCC 2d 901(1976) and RCA American Communications, (Order and Authorization adopted April 13, 1981 in application File No. 183-DSE-P/L-81).
2032ArchiveThe use of these small diameter antenna earth station facilities is authorized pursuant to the Commission's decisions in American Broadcasting Companies, 62 FCC 2d 901 (1976) and Western Union Telegraph Company (Mimeo 08532) released April 8, 1981.
2033ArchiveThe use of these small diameter antenna earth station facilities is authorized pursuant to American Satellite Corporation, 72FCC 2d 753 (1979) and American Satellite Company (Mimeo 001120) released May 28, 1981.
2034ArchiveThe use of the small diameter earth station antenna facilities is authorized pursuant to the Commission's decision in American Broadcasting Companies, 62 FCC 2d 901 (1976) and Alascom, Inc. (mimeo 00171) released October 10, 1980.
2035ArchiveThis station may be used for the provision of common carrier services.
2036ArchiveLicensee is authorized to provide services between the United States and France via French satellites of the Telecom system.
2037ArchiveUse of this band by the fixed-satellite service is limited to international systems. Prior to each use this band the licensee shall coordinate the station with terrestrial users in accordance with Section 25.203 of part 25 of the Commission's Rules.
2038Apply to all fixed earth station / Rad HazThe licensee shall take extraordinary measures to ensure that the antenna does not create the potential for exposure of persons who may be within the immediate vicinity to radiofrequency radiation in excess of FCC safety guidelines. The earth station antenna shall be surrounded by a fence, at least 2 meters tall with a locked gate, to prevent human exposure in excess of the FCC-specified safety limit of 1 mW/cm2. Warning signs, such as those discussed in the FCC's OET Bulletin 65, shall be posted informing members of the public to keep outside the locked area.
2039ArchiveThe licensee is authorized to provide services between the United States and foreign countries listed in this underlying application via the non-U.S.-licensed satellites authorized in Section 3 of this license.
2040ArchiveThis authorization is subject to possible revocation or modification as a result of any findings, rules, requirements or other actions which may result from or be promulgated by, the proceedings in Common Carrier Docket No. 78-72 "In the Matter of MTS and WATS Market Structure," FCC 78-144 (March 3, 1978) or Common Carrier Docket No. 78-96, "Regulatory Policies Concerning thye Provision of Domestic Public Message Services by Entities Other Than The Western Union Telegraph Co. and Proposed Amendment to Parts 63 and 64 of the Commission's Rules," FCC 78-184 (March 28,1978). The grantee is afforded 30 days from the release of this grant to decline this authorization as conditioned. Failure to respond within this period will constitute formal acceptance of the authorization as conditioned.
2050ArchiveThis authorization is issued pursuant to the Commission's Second Report and Order adopted June 16, 1972 (35 FCC 2d 844) and Memorandum, Opinion and Order adopted December 21, 1972 (38 FCC 2d 665) in Docket No. 16495 and is subject to the policies adopted in that proceeding, and is further subject to the terms and conditions set forth in the Commission's Memorandum Opinion, Order and Authorization adopted November 5, 1975 (56 FCC 2d 66). 2051 (Same as 2050) plus and is further subject to terms and conditions set forth in the Commission's Order and Authorization (FCC 79-305), in File No. 1437-DF-TL-(189)-79, et. al.
2051Archive(Same as 2050) plus "and is further subject to the terms and conditions set forth in the Commission's Order and Authorization (FCC 79-305), in File No. 1437-CF-TL(189)-79, et. al.
2052ArchiveThis authorization is subject to possible revocation or modification as a result of any findings, rules, requirements or other actions which may result from or be promulgated by: a. The proceedings in Common Carrier Docket No. 80-584, In the Matter of Policies Concerning Ownership of Satellite Earth Station in the Bush Communities of Alaska, 81 FCC 2d 304 (1980) and/or b. The proceedings in Common Carrier Docket No. 78-72, In the Matter of MTS and WATS Market Structure, 81 FCC 2d 177 (1980). The geantee is afforded 30 days from the release of this grant to decline this authorization as conditioned. Failure to respond within this period will constitute formal acceptance of the authorization as conditioned.
2053ArchiveThis authorization is issued pursuant to the Commission's decision in General Communications, Inc. (Mimeo 001099)released May 27, 1981.
2054ArchiveAuthority to operate this station with ANIK satellites as points of communication is subject to the terms and conditions set forth in GTE Satellite Corporation (File Nos. W-P-C-4008 and 1580/1581-DSE-P/L-81) released October 29, 1981.
2055ArchiveThis developmental authorization is issued pursuant to Western Telecommunication Inc., (Mimeo 3640) released September30, 1981and is subject to the terms and conditions set forth in the order. Authority is granted to operate this developmental station for the rendition of communications for hire pursuant to section 25.390 (k) of the rules.
2056ArchiveThis authorization is issued pursuant to the Commission's action in American Telephone and Telegraph Co., FCC 82-94 (February 18, 1982).
2057ArchiveAuthority to operate this station with ANIK satellites as points of communications is subject to the terms and conditions set forth in ARGO Communications Corp. file Nos.W-P-C-4159 and 164/165/166-DSE-P/L-82) released June 3, 1982
2058ArchiveThe use of these small diameter earth station facilities is authorized pursuant to the Commission's decisions in American Broadcasting Companies, 62 FCC 2d 901 (1976) and Equatorial Communications Services, (Order and Authorization released March 13, 1984 in Applications File Nos. 962/963/964/965-DSE-ML-83).
2059ArchiveThe use of these small diameter earth station facilities is authorized pursuant to the Commission's decisions in American Broadcasting Companies, 62 FCC 2d 901(1976) and The Associated Press, (Order and Authorization released December 28, 1984 in Application File No. 1886-DSE-MP/L-83).
2060ArchiveThis Authorization is issued pursuant to the Commission's Order and Authorization adopted 3/30/84 in the matter of application file nos. 1735/1737/1994-DSE-P/L-83 and 749-DSE-P/L-84 and is subject to the terms and conditions set forth in that decision.
2061Routine Licensing / C-bandThe use of these small diameter earth station facilities is authorized pursuant to the Commission's decisions in American Broadcasting Companies 62 FCC 2d 901 (1976) and Routine Licensing of Earth Stations in the 6 GHz Band Using Antennas Less than 9 meters in Diameter for Narrowband Transmission (Mimeo 7237) released September 25, 1985.
2062ArchiveUse of these antennas is authorized pursuant to the Commission's Memorandum, Opinion and Order in Satellite Business Systems, (Mimeo 2455) released February 6, 1986.
Code Note Condition
2063ArchiveThe use of these small diameter earth station facilities is authorized pursuant to the Commission's decision on American Broadcasting Companies, 62 FCC 2d 901 (1977); Licensing of Domestic Space Stations in the Domestic Fixed-Satellite, 48 Fed. Reg. 40233 (September 6,1983); and ISACOMM,Inc. (Order and Authorization released April 10, 1985, File Nos. 513/514-DSE-P/L-84).
2064ArchiveUse of 6.1 Meter Vitalink Antennas are authorized pursuant to the Commission's Memorandum, Opinion and Order in Vitalink Communications Corporation (Mimeo 7280) released September 27, 1985.
2065ArchiveOperating Bands within Orbital ARC: 5925.0 to 6425.0 MHz (67~-to-108~ Orbital Arc) 6169.8 to 6425.0 MHz (109~-to-143~ Orbital Arc).
2066ArchiveThis authorization is issued pursuant to the Commission's Memorandum, Opinion and Order and Authorization in WesternTele-communications, Inc. (Mimeo 003640) and all operations shall be in accordance with the provisions and restrictions established therein. EIRP limits are subject to revision in light of the requrement of 2 degree spacing. All operations shall be in accordance with Section 21.707 (a) (4) regarding air hazard requirements. Waiver of Swction 25.203 (e) of the Commission's Rules is granted for any beam intersections which may be encountered in the use of these facilities. Operations herein are limited to those between U.S. domestic locations via U.S. domestic satellotes.
2067Archive(a)This authorization is issued pursuant to the Commission's Memorandum, Opinion, Order and Authorization in Satellite Services, Inc. (Mimeo 005973) and all operations shall be in accordance with the provisions and restrictions established therein. (b) All operations shall be in accordance with Section 21.707 (a) (4) regarding air hazord requirements. (c) Waiver of Secton 25.203 (e) of the Commission's Rules is granted for any beam intersections which may be encountered in the use of these facilities. (d) Operations herein are limited to those between U.S. domestic locations via U.S. domestic satellites.
2068Ku-band VSATThe use of these small diameter earth station facilities is authorized pursuant to the Commission's Declaratory Order in Routine Licensing of Large Networks of Small Antenna Earth Stations Operating in the 12/14 GHz Frequency Bands released April 9, 1986.
2069Archive(a)This authorization is issued pursuant to the Commission's Memorandum, Opinion, Order and Authorization in Western Telecommunication, Inc. (Mimeo 003640) and all operations shall be in accordance with the provisions and restrictions established therein. (b) EIRP limits are based on the determinations in Routine Licensing of Earth Stations in the 6 GHz Band Using Antennas Less than 9 Meters in Diameters for Narrowband Transmissions (Mimeo 7237) released September 25,1985. (c) All operations shall be in accordance with secton 21.707 (a) (4) regarding air hazard requirements. (d) Waiver of section 25.203 (e) of the Commission's Rules is granted for any beam intersections which may be encountered in the use of these facilities. (e) Operations herein are limited to those between U.S. domestic locations via U.S. satellites.
2070ArchiveThis authorization is required pursuant to the Commission's Memorandum, Opinion and Order released May 7, 1986 (Application File Nos. W-P-C-4990; 908-DSE-P/L-83; W-P-D-305; and 1100-DSE-PL-86.]
2071Archive(a)This authorization is issued pursuant to the Commission's Memorandum, Opinion, Order and Authorization in Western Telecommunications, Inc. (Mimeo 003640) and all operations shall be in accordance with the provisions and restrictions established therein. (b) EIRP limits are based on the determinations in Alascom, Inc. (Memeo 00171) released October 10, 1980. (c) All operations shall be in accordance with Section 21.707 (a) (4) regarding air hazard requirements. (d) Waiver of Section 25.203 (e) of the Commission's Rules is granted for any beam intersections which may be encountered in the use of these facilities. (e) Operations herein are limited to those between U.S. domestic locations via U.S. domestic satellites.
2072ArchiveThis authorization is issued pursuant to proceeding in CC Docket No. 80-584\RM 3304 in Earth Stations re: Final Decision to establish Joint Ownership, 96 FCC 2d 522 (1984) (Final Decision) and Reconsideration, Policies Governing the Ownership and Operation of Domestic Satellite Earth Stations in the Bush Community of Alaska, FCC 86-68, serial 36465, February 25, 1986.
2073routine licensing of Comtech Antenna Systems rectangular antenna with an effective area of 4.1 meterAuthorization to routine licensing of Comtech Antenna Systems rectangular antenna with an effective area of 4.1 meters in D.O. for 6 GHz (Mimeo 7237) released September 25, 1985. See also petition for Modification of declaratory order released June 16, 1986 which routinely authorizes all Comtech antennas having a surface area less than that of 4.5 meter circular antennas.
2075ArchiveThis license to operate on frequencies in exclusive government bands shall automatically terminate with the expiration or termination of the contract with the U.S. Navy. See Attachment.
2076ArchiveThe use of small diameter earth station antenna facilities is authorized pursuant to the Commission's decision RCA ALASKA COMMUNICATIONS, INC. (Mimeo 30190) released February 21, 1975.
2077ArchiveThe use of these small diameter earth station facilities is authorized pursuant to the Commission's decisions in American Broadcasting Companies, 62 FCC 2d 901(1976) and Routine Licensing of Large Networks of Small Antenna Earth Stations Operating in the 12/14 GHz Frequency Bands (Mimeo 3588) released April 9, 1986.
2079Archive / replaced by 2098(a) Operation of this station is limited to locations within the territory of the United States. (b) All operations shall be in accordance with the applicable provisions of Sections 21.707 & 21.708 of the Rules. (c) Unless separate authorization is granted by the Commission for the International communications, operations herein are limited to communication with earth stations within the United States via U.S. domestic satellites.
2082ArchiveUse of the 4.5 meter Scientific Atlanta antenna (model 8345) is authorized pursuant to the Commission's Order in Routine Licensing of Earth Stations Using Scientific Atlanta series 8345, 4.5 meter Antennas for Video Program Transmissions in the 14 GHz Frequency Band released January 26,1987.
2083ArchiveThis authorization is issued pursuant to the Commission's Second Report and Order in Gen. Docket 84-689, 104 FCC 2d650 (1986), and is subject to the rules and polices adopted in that processing.
2084ArchiveOperation of this station shall be in accordance with the frequency coordination and notification procedural criteria established by the Commission's Memorandum, Opinion, Order and Authorization in Western Tele-communications Inc. (Mimeo 003640).
2085ArchiveOperations are limited to radio links between the various units described in this authorization.
2086ArchiveOperations are limited to radio links with the HUB stations licensed under call signs E865124 and E872147.
2087Routine Licensing / C & Ku bandThe use of these small diameter facilities is authorized pursuant to the Commission's Declaratory Order in Routine Licensing of earth stations in the 6 GHz and 14 GHz bands using antennas less than 9 meters and 5 meters in diameter, respectively, for both full transponder and narrowband transmissions (DA 87-391) released April 13, 1987.
2088Routine Licensing / C & Ku bandThe EIRP and EIRP Density numbers are the maximum permissable under the Commission's Declaratory Order (DA87-391) noted in General Provision 2087.
2089Archive(a)Licensee shall comply with the requirements of the Commission's Memorandum, Opinion, Order and Authorization in Western Telecommunications, Inc. (mimeo 3640) regarding frequency coordination and notification procedures for each operation. (b) ERIP limits are based on the Commission's Declaratory Order (DA87-391) released April 13, 1987. (c) All operations shall be in accordance with Section 21.707 (a)(4) regarding air hazard requirements. (d) Waive of Section 25.203 (e) of the rules is granted for any beam intersections which may be encountered in the use of these facilities. (e) Operations herein are limited to those between U.S. domestic satellites unless otherwise specifically authorized by the Commission.
2092ArchiveOperation of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station E865125.
2093Archive(a)Licensee shall comply with the requirements of the Commission's Memorandum, Opinion, Order & Authorization in Western Tele-communications, Inc. (mimeo 3640) regarding frequency coordination & notification procedures for each application. (b) All operations shall be in accordance with Section 21.707 (a)(4) regarding air hazard requirements. (c) Waiver of Section 25.203 (e) of the rules is granted for any beam intersections which may be encountered in the use of these facilities. (d) Operations herein are limited to those between U.S. domestic locations via U.S. domentic satellites unless otherwise specifically authorized by the Commission.
2094DA 87-856 / Equatorial CommunicationUse of 3.0 and 3.8 meter Comtech antennas are authorized pursuant to the Commission's Order in Equatorial Communication Services (DA 87-856) released July 10, 1987.
2095ArchiveOperation of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station E873409.
2096ArchiveThis authorization is issued pursuant to the Commission's Memorandum, Opinion, Order and authorization in Western Telecommunications, Inc. (Mimeo 003640) and all operations shall be in accordance with the provisions and restrictions established therein except that the EIRP and EIRP Density represents the maximum permissible power under the Commission's Declaratory Order (DA-87-391).
2097ArchiveThe use of these small antenna facilities is authorized pursuant to the Commission's Order (DA 87-1834) released December 21, 1987.
2098Temporary-fixed e/s(a) Operation of this station is limited to locations within the territory of the United States. (b) All operations shall be in accordance with the applicable provisions of Sections 101.815 and 101.817 of the Rules.
2100ArchiveThese facilities shall be used by the grantee solely for the purpose of providing program reception services for its cable television system operations or providing such services on a nonprofit basis to other cable television systems operated by affiliated companies under common corporate control with the grantee. This station shall not be used to provide program reception service to non-affiliated cable television systems or other entities, or for the rendition of communications services for hire unless and until the grantee has applied for and been granted the appropriate modification of the authority granted herein.
2101ArchiveThese facilities shall be used by the grantee solely for the purpose of providing program reception services for its Broadcast Station operations or providing such services on a nonprofit basis to other such stations operated by affiliated companies under common corporate control with the grantee. This station shall not be used to provide program reception service to non-affiliated entities or for the rendition of communications services for hire unless and until the grantee has applied for and been granted the appropriate modification of the authority granted herein.
2102ArchiveThese facilities shall be used by the grantee solely for the purpose of providing program reception services for its Multipoint Distribution Service operations or providing such services on a nonprofit basis to other affiliated companies under common corporate control with the grantee. This station shall not be used to provide program reception of communications services for hire unless and until the grantee has applied for and been granted the appropriate modificaton of the authority granted herein.
2103ArchiveThe facilities shall be used by the grantee solely for the purpose of providing program reception services for its own internal distribution system or providing such services on a non-profit basis to other affiliated entities under common corporate control with the grantee. This facility shall not be used to provide program reception service to non-affiliated entities or for the rendition of communication services for hire unless and until the grantee has applied for and been granted the appropriate modification of the authority granted herein.
2104ArchiveThese facilities shall be used by the grantee solely for the purpose of providing program reception services for its own system or providing such service to other entities on a non-profit cost sharing basis. This facility shall not be used to provide communications services for hire unless and until the grantee has applied for and been granted the appropriate modification of the authority granted herein.
2110ArchiveThese facilities shall be used by the grantee solely for the purpose of receiving program material to be used by non-commercial broadcast licensee(s) in connection with the operation of the non-commercial broadcasting station(s). This station shall not be used for other purposes or for hire unless and until the grantee has applied for and been granted the appropriate modification of the authority granted herein.
2112ArchiveAuthority to operate this station with RCA Satcom satellite as points of communication is granted on an interim basis pending the conclusion of the proceedings established in RCA Global Communications, Inc., et. al., 56 FCC 2d 660 (1975), and is subject to any future modification and/or terms and conditions that may be imposed as a result of those proceedings.
2114ArchiveNo longer used.
2115ArchiveThis station shall not be used to provide program services to non-affiliated cable television systems or other entities of the communications services for hire unless and until the grantee has applied for and been granted the appropriate modification of the authority granted herein.
2116ArchiveNo longer used.
2117ArchiveThis station shall be used solely for telemetry, tracking and, or command (TT&C) operations in conjunction with the grantee's space stations. This station shall not be used for the rendition of communications services for hire unless and until the grantee has applied for and has been granted an appropriate modification of this radio sstation authorization.
2118ArchiveThese facilities shall be used by the grantee solely for the purpose of providing its own program transmission and/or reception services or providing such services to other entities on a non-profit cost sharing basis. This facility shall not be used by teh grantee to provide communications services for hire unless adn until the grantee has applied for and been granted the appropriate modification of the authority granted herein.
2120ArchiveThese facilities shall be used by the grantee solely for the purpose of providing its own private communications requirements or providing such communications services to other entities on a non-profit, cost sharing basis. This facility shall not be used for the provision of communications services for hire until the appropriate common carrier authorization has been granted.
2136NSS-9Use of the 3625-3700 MHz frequency band shall comply with the terms of footnotes US245 and NG185 to the Table of Frequency Allocations, 47 C.F.R. § 2.106, US245, NG185, and Section 2.108 of the Commission’s rules, 47 C.F.R. § 2.108, which limit the use of these frequencies to international, intercontinental satellite systems, subject to case-by-case electromagnetic compatibility analysis with all users of the band.
2137NSS-9The extended C-band frequencies 5850-5925 MHz and 3625-3700 MHz have been cleared with the National Telecommunications & Information Administration.
2150ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with facilities authorized under call signs E861092, E873438, E891001 and E891002.
2151ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links authorized under call sign E870546.
2152ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links authorized under call signs E873374, E873375.
2153ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links authorized under call sign E874028.
2154ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links authorized under call signs E874027, E874028.
Code Note Condition
2155ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with VSATS E873917 thru E873921, E900479 licensed to IBM & HUB stations E900333, E900334 licensed to ASC.
2156ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links authorized under call sign E874372.
2157ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E880067.
2158ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links authorized under call sign E880399.
2159ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E874296.
2160ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E865138.
2161ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio linlks with HUB station, call sign E871856.
2162ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E880600.
2163ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB stations, call signs E880547, E910479.
2164ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with call signs E861039, E873799, E873800, E873801, E880973, E920025, E920026.
2165ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E874299.
2166ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E860635.
2167ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E873951.
2168ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E873357.
2169ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with call signs E860045, E874029, E874030, E874031.
2170ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB stations, call signs E861064, E861065.
2171ArchiveThis authorization is for US Domestic use only. Request for International operations will be treated separately.
2172ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E861085.
2173ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB stations, call signs E880751, E890915.
2174ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E873412.
2175ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E880895.
2176ArchiveThe EIRP and EIRP density numbers are the maximum permissable under The Commission's Declaratory Order (mimeo 3588) noted in General Provision 2077.
2177ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with call signs E861039, E873799, E873800, E873801, and E880973.
2178ArchiveUse of these facilities are limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E880983.
2179ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E880985.
2180ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E2579.
2181ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links between various units described in this authorization or with Hub station, call sign E880800.
2182ArchiveThis license is hereby modified to include radio links with HUB station, call sign E880958.
2183ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E5027.
2184ArchiveThis authorization is granted pursuant to the provisions of Section 25.209 (f) of the rules concerning antennas initially authorized before February 15, l985.
2185ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E880895.
2186ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E880970.
2187ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E881109.
2188ArchiveUse of these antenna facilities is authorized by the Commission's Order, Tenneco Communications Corporation DA 88-1358, released September 8, l988.
2189ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E881021.
2190ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E881388.
2191Archive / replaced by 2195The EIRP and EIRP Density numbers are the maximum permitted under the Commission's Declaratory Order noted in General Provision 2068.
2192ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to locations within U.S. territories and to radio links with HUB station, call sign E881406.
2193ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E870904.
2194ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB stations, call signs E8988, E870239 and E870655.
2195Maximum EIRP & EIRP Density / Ku-band VSAT/ Provision 2068The EIRP and EIRP Density numbers authorized are the maximum permitted under the Commission's Declaratory Order noted in General Provision 2068.
2196ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E870520.
2197ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E870523.
2198ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E881148.
2199ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E890114.
2200Rx-only antennaThese facilities shall be used for the reception of only such programming material that the grantee has been authorized to receive and use by the owner of the programming material.
2201AutototeThis is granted without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement action against Autotote Communications Services, Inc. in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities.
2210ArchiveThe grantee is authorized to add, delete or change channels of program material received from the satellite specified in Section 2 of this authorization without further application or notification to the Commission, provided: (a) the carriage of such program material is authorized pursuant to the Commission's rules, regulations and policies governing the terrestrial system(s) used to distribute this material to the end subscribers, and (b) that such earth station operations are consistent with the technical parameters specified in this authorization.
2215ArchiveAny modification to this earth station authorization must be made under existing Commission earth station rules, requesting waiver of those rules as necessary.
2300operate this station by remote controlAuthority is granted to operate this station by remote control provided that: (1)the parameters of the transmissions of this station monitored at the remote control point, and the operational functions sufficient to ensure that the operations of this station are in full compliance with the station authorization at all times; (2) upon detection by the grantee, or upon notification from the Commission, of a deviation of the operation of this station, transmissions shall be immediately suspended until the deviation is corrected, except that transmissions concerning the immediate safety of life or property may be conducted for the duration of such emergency; and (3) the grantee shall have available, at all times, the technical personnel necessary to perform the technical servicing and maintenance of this station expeditiously. See also Public Notice "The International Bureau Provides Guidance Concerning the Relocation of Earth Station Remote Control Points", DA 06-978 (rel. May 4, 2006).
Code Note Condition
2301ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E890137.
2302ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E890088.
2303ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call signs E873951 and E890078.
2304ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call signs E890064, E910547.
2305EIRP and EIRP Density / DA 87-391 /same as #2088The EIRP and EIRP Density numbers are the maximum permissible under the Commission's Declaratory Order (DA 87-391) released April 13, 1987.
2306ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E890159.
2307ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with those covered under call signs E890010, E890011, E890131, and E890132.
2308ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E890250.
2309ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links between various units authorized herein and HUB station, call signs E880800 and E890109.
2310ArchiveThis authorization is subject to the following terms and conditions: (1) that this authorization shall in no way prejudice or prejudge Commission consideration of domestic satellite orbital spacing requirements or the assignment of orbital locations to domestic satellites, nor shall this authorization be construed in any manner as a precenent reqarding these matters or other matters concerning the use of small earth station antennas; (2) that the permittee shall, in a manner prescribed by the Commission, upgrade these 4.5 meter diameter antenna facilities, including their replacement by antennas up to 20 meters in diameter, upon a finding by the Commission, but without hearing, that such a change in antenna facilities would serve the public interest in the efficient utilization of the geostationary orbit; and (3) that the Comission retains full jurisdiction over these matters.
2311ArchiveThe use of this receive-only antenna is limited to monitoring purposes.
2312ArchiveAuthority is granted to operate this station with any space station in each of the satellite systems for which a space station is listed in Section 2 of this authorization, provided that such operations are otherwise in conformance with the terms, conditions and technical parameyers of this authorization.
2313ArchiveObstruction marking is required in accordance with Paragraphs 3, 21 and 22 of FCC Form 715.
2314ArchiveObstruction marking is required in accordance with Paragraphs 1, 3, 21 and 22 of FCC Form 715.
2315ArchiveObstruction marking is required in accordance with Paragraphs 1, 3 and 21 of FCC Form 715.
2316ArchiveAuthority is granted to access the GTE Spacenet Satellite System in addition to those specified under "Points of Communications."
2317ArchiveOperation into a 5 meter antenna with a power density of -15.4 dBW/4KHz is authorized.
2318ArchiveGeographic coordinates for this station are: 52-43-31 NORTH 174-08-32 EAST.
2319ArchiveUse of the frequency band from 6186 to 6425 MHz is limited to the geostationary arc from 109 degrees West Longitude to 143 degrees West Longitude.
2320ArchiveObstruction marking is required in accordance with Paragraphs 1 and 2 of FCC Form 715.
2321ArchiveThe EIRP Density associated with the Andrew Model ESA18-124 antenna (1.8 meter) is limited to 32.5 dBW/4KHz.
2322ArchiveThe maximum EIRP limits listed under particulars of operation apply to the 6.7 meter antenna. The EIRP/Carrier for the 3.7 meter antenna shall not exceed 49.0 dBW.
2323ArchiveOperation with the Vertex 9 meter antenna is limited to an EIRP Density of 48.6 dBW/4KHz.
2324ArchiveObstruction marking is required in accordance with Paragraph 2 of FCC Form 715.
2325Temporary-fixed, remote antennas (any antennas other than fixed)Antennas and all antenna supporting structures used under this authorization shall not exceed 20 feet in height.
2326ArchiveFor the parameters described in the Particulars of Operation of this authorization, those with an EIRP of 55 dBW are authorized for communication with satellites at 91 degrees West Longitude in the geostationary orbit and those with an EIRP of 50.7 dBW for a satellite at 74 degrees West.
2327ArchiveMaximum EIRP and EIRP Density listed in particulars of operation are for the Satcom 2.4 meter antenna. For the Vertex 1.8 meter antenna, the maximum EIRP and EIRP Density are reduced to 73.3 dBW and 46.3 dBW/4KHz, respectively.
2328ArchiveMaximum EIRP and EIRP Density figures listed is Particulars of Operation are for the Vertex 2.6 meter antenna. For the Harris 1.8 meter antenna the maximum EIRP and EIRP Density are reduced to 46.7 dBW and 32.2 dBW/4KHz respectively.
2329ArchiveMaximum EIRP and EIRP Density listed in particulars of operation apply to the 11 meter antenna. For the 7 meter antenna, the maximum EIRP and EIRP Density are reduced to 77.6 dBW and 50.6 dBW/4kHz.
2330ArchiveUse of the frequency band 6205-6245 MHz is limited by the following parameters at 6 GHz. Range of Azimuths: 155.7 degrees to 191.3 degrees; Range of Antenna Elevation Angle: 41.9 to 44.2 degrees; Maximum EIRP towards the Horizon: -29.0 dBW/4KHz; Range of Satellite Longitudes: 61.0 to 84.0 degrees W.L.
2331ArchiveThe Vertex KPC-5274 antenna is restricted to use with the emission designators 3MO8F1D and 231KF1D.
2332ArchiveAll operations shall be in accordance with Section 21.707 (a) (4) regarding air hazard requirements.
2333ArchiveThe outbound downlink EIRP Density from the HUB station shall not exceed +6 dBW/4 KHz.
2334ArchiveOperation of the 9.1 meter antenna is authorized for the following parameters: Range of Satellite Longitudes: 67-143 degrees; Range of Antenna Elevation Angle: 39.8-16.5 degrees; Range of Azimuths: 151.5-247.2 degrees. The frequency coordination parameters noted in Part C of the license are for the 10 meter antenna.
2335ArchiveAuthority is granted to receive any number of the specified emissions on any discrete frequencies within this band in accordance with the other terms and conditions of this authorization.
2336ArchiveRemote control is authorized only with an interlock system that permits transmission from a remote terminal only when a specially coded signal is being received.
2337ArchiveMaximum EIRP and EIRP Density figures listed in particulars of operation apply to the 4.6 meter antenna. Operation with the 2.4 meter antenna is limited to a maximum EIRP Density of 34.9 dBW/4 KHz.
2338ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E880970 and VSAT stations authorized under call signs E880259, E880260, and E880261.
2339ArchiveIn the event it is shown that this station causes intersatellite interference due to non-compliance with Section 25.209 of the rules at 14GHz, licensee shall take the necessary steps to resolve the problem.
2340ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E890425.
2341ArchiveMaximum EIRP and EIRP density figures listed in particular of operation apply to the Vertex 2.6 meter antenna. Operation with the Vertex 1.8 meter antenna is further limited to an EIRP of 73.6 dBW and an EIRP density of 46.6 dBW/4 KHz.
2342ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call signs E890419, E890420, and E890468.
2343ArchiveLicensee shall maintain a log recording each period of time during which it operates the facility. These records shall be kept for one year after each use.
2344ArchiveLicensee shall maintain a point of contact who can remedy any interference problems or terminate operations if necessary.
2345ArchiveThis authorization is issued pursuant to the Memorandum Opinion, Order and Authorization, FCC 89-24 (adopted January 27, 1989), and is subject to the conditions set forth in that Order.
2346ArchiveThis transmitting earth station is granted on a secondary basis (see U.S. Table of Frequency Allocations footnote US287) and shall immediately cease operation upon notification of harmful interference into any service that has superior status.
2347ArchiveThe transmitter equipment listed is authorized for this station. Mfg: Gemini Model: 84582A Output Power: 1.5 watts; Mfg: Harris Model: 2401A Output Power: 2.5 watts; Mfg: NEC Models: C3574A/C3575D Output Power: 3 watts; Mfg: SSE Models: ASAT 1214-1004/1008 Output Power: 4/8 watts; Mfg: Comstream Model: CR 101 Output Power: 2 watts; Mfg: Epsco Model: 2322-0000 Output Power: 1,5,& 8 watts; Mfg: Microwave Inc. Model: SSPA08WA Output Power: 8 watts; Mfg: Microwave Inc. Model: SSPA115WA Output Power: 15 watts.
2348ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with facilities authorized under call signs E890429, E890430, E890431 and E950171.
2349ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links between various units authorized herein and HUB station E880394.
2350VSATWhen operating in a VSAT to VSAT mode, the downlink EIRP density shall not exceed +6.0 dBW/4kHz.
Code Note Condition
2351ArchiveThis authorization is subject to the condition that the licensee obtain any necessary authorization from the government of Canada concerning the remote control of this station.
2352ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with facilities authorized under call signs E890589, E890590, E890591 and HUB stations E874279, E874371 licensed to Transalaska Network Systems Inc.
2353ArchiveThe maximum downlink EIRP Density of the digital carrier shall not exceed +6.0 dBW/4 kHz.
2354ArchiveThe use of these facilities is limited to radio links with facilities authorized under call signs E890526, E890531, E890532, E890533, and E890534.
2355ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E890604.
2356ArchiveUse of the high power density in the coordinated frequency band is limited to satellites located in the Longitude of 130.0 to 139.0 degrees.
2357ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E890627.
2358ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E860811.
2359ArchiveOperation of this station shall be such that no interference shall be caused to radio links using the Alaska spot beam of any domestic satellite.
2360ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E890253.
2361ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E890644.
236225.209 (f)The authorization is granted pursuant to the provisions of Section 25.209 (f) of the rules.
2363ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio link with HUB station, call sign E890661.
2364ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E890698.
2365ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E890811.
2366ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E890951.
2367ArchiveThe following antenna facilities are authorized in addition to those listed in Part 5. No.4: 1 unit 4.6 meter Cass Antenna Vertex Model 4.6M KPK. Maximum gain (s): 53.2 dBi at 12 GHz-54.9 dBi at 14 GHz. Maximum Antenna Height (AMSL): 31.0 meters.
2368ArchiveUse of these facilties is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E890701.
2369ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with facilities authorized under call signs E890259, E890260, E890261, E890993.
2370ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E890990.
2371ArchiveThe use of these small diameter earth station facilities is authorized pursuant to the Commission's Declaratory Order in Routine Licensing of Large Networks of Small Antenna Earth Stations Operating in the 12/14 GHz Frequency Bands released April 9, l986, and is restricted to radio links with HUB station, call sign E890954. This authorization is for U.S. Domestic use only. Reguest for Intenational operations will be treated separately.
2372ArchiveThe following transmitting equipment is authorized in addition to those listed in Part 4. 1 unit NEC model LD4437 output power 40 watts.
2373ArchiveThe following transmitting equipment is authorized in addition to those listed in Part 4. 1 unit Comstream model CR101 output power 3 watts; 1 unit NEC model B9147E output power 3 watts; 2 units SSE Tech model ASAT-1214 output power 2, 4, or 8 watts.
2374ArchiveThe following antenna facilities are authorized in addition to those listed in Part 5. No. 4-1 unit 2.4 meter (Prim) Vertex 2.4 VSAT (Gains) 47.7 dBi at 12 GHz/49.0 dBi at 14 GHz.; No. 5-1 unit 2.4 meter (Prim) Vertex 2.4 VSAT (Gains) 47.7 dBi at 12 GHz dBi at 14 GHz.
2375ArchiveThe remote control point for this station will be operated at one of the following HUB stations: E930194 4100 Intenational Plaza, Fort Worth, TX.; E4413-555 T.C. Jester Blvd., Houston, Harris, TX.; E4412-3111 S. Western Ave., Chicago, Cook, IL.; E890644-15407 McGinty Road W., Minnetonka, Hennepin, MN.
2376ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station. call sign E891014.
2377Routine Licensing / 12/14 GHzThe use of these small diameter earth station facilities is authorized pursuant to the Commission's Declaratory Order in Routine Licensing of Large Networks of Small Antenna Earth Stations Operating in the 12/14 GHz Frequency Bands released December 21, 1987.
2378ArchiveThe following antenna facilities is authorized in addition to those listed in Part 5. No. 4 (1) unit 2.4 meter-OFST- Northern Satellite Model 2402. Gains: 47.7 dBi at 12 GHz/49.3 dBi at 14 GHz.
2379ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E859694.
2380ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E890922.
2381ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E890855.
2382ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call signs E4412, E860326, E860013, E990448, E990552, and E000576.
2383ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E900055.
2384ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E900015.
2385ArchiveThe transmitter equipment listed is authorized for this station. (2) units: Mfg: Varian GEN I Model: VZJ2700D4N2A Output power: 3350 watts. (1) unit: Mfg: Varian GEN II Model: VZJ2700GAS Output power: 3000 watts. (2) units: Mfg: MCL Model: 10587 Output power: 3000 watts. (2) units: Mfg: Varian Model: VZC6965E Output power: 3350 watts.
2386ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio link with facilities authorized under call signs E900004, E900005, E900006, E900007, E990016.
2387ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with facilities authorized under call sign E900123.
2388ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with facilities authorized under call sign E900127.
2389ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E900102.
2390ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E900105.
2391ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E900108.
2392ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E900111.
2393ArchiveThe remote control point for this station will be operated at one of the following HUB stations licensed to GTE Spacenet Corporation: E4412-3111 S. Western Ave., Chicago, IL E4413-555 T.C. Jester Blvd., Houston, TX; E5027-17 Battery Place, New York, N.Y. ; E890644-15407 McGinty Rd., Minnetoka, MN.
2394ArchiveThe remote control points for this VSAT station are: PRIMARY: Frito-Lay Tower, Harry Hines at Mockingbird, Dallas, TX.; SECONDARY: Scientific-Atlanta Inc., 420 North Wickham Road, Melbourne, FL.
2395ArchiveThe following antenna facility is authorized in addition to those listed in Part 5. No. 4: (1) unit 8.1 meter-Cass-Harris model 5349. Gains: 57.8-12/59.1-14 dBi at 12/14 GHz. Maximum antenna height (AMSL) 177.0 meters.
239625.209 (e)This authorization is granted pursuant to the provisions of Section 25.209 (e) of the Commissions Rules and Regulations. The EIRP/Carrier and EIRP density limits stated in this license are the maximum permitted for this station.
2397ArchiveVSAT Blanket application for service between various units proposed herein and with units under HUB E900091 and VSATS E890073, E900244.
2398ArchiveRemote control operation is authorized as a back-up system for on-site control.
2399ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with facilities authorized under call signs E900099, E900100, E900101.
2400ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E900179.
Code Note Condition
2401ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E900193.
2402ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E900249.
2403ArchiveThe remote control point for this VSAT station will be operated at one of the following: Kimbles Road, Hawley, Pike, PA. and 840 Franklin Court, Marietta, Pike, GA.
2404ArchiveVSAT Blanket application for service between various units proposed herein and with units under HUB E900091 and VSATS E900122, E900244.
2405ArchiveVSAT Blanket application for service between various units proposed herein and with units under HUB E900091and VSATS E890073, E900122.
2406ArchiveThe following transmitter equipment is authorized in addition to those listed in Part 4. No.4-(1) unit: Lucas Aerospace model MC2152, output power 10 watts.
2407ArchiveThe following antenna facility is authorized in addition to those listed in Part 5. No. 4 (1 unit) 7 meter-Cass (feed)-Scientific-Atlanta model 8010C with Gains 47.7-04/50.5-06. Maximum antenna height (AMSL) 24.6 meters.
2408ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E900392.
2409ArchiveThe power into the antenna shall not exceed 6 watts.
2410ArchiveThe power into the antenna shall not exceed 1/2 watt.
2411ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E900415.
2412ArchiveThe limitation on the power into the antenna of 200 watts is based on the radiation hazard showing accompanying the application.
2413ArchivePower into the antenna is limited to 250 watts as indicated in the radiation hazard showing with the application.
2414ArchiveMaximum Power into the antenna shall not exceed that shown in the radiation hazard study accompanying the application.
2415ArchiveThe following transmitter equipment is authorized in addition to those listed in Part 4. No. 4-(1) unit, Hughes model 9040HA02, output power 50 watts. No. 5-(1) unit, Hughes model 9210HA02, output power 125 watts. No. 6-(1) unit, Varian model VZCG962D7, output power 125 watts.
2416ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E900262.
2417ArchiveObstruction marking is required in accordance with Paragraphs 1, 3, 4, 13, 21 of FCC Form 715.
2418ArchiveThe following transmitter equipment is authorized in addition to those listed in Part 4. No.4-(2) units, Varian model VZJ2700H, output power 3350 watts.
2419ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E900467.
2420ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E900483.
2421ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E900500.
2422ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call signs E900554 and E900555.
2423ArchiveThe remote control point for this VSAT station will be operated at one of the following: Alyeska Pipeline Service Company, 1835 South Bragaw Street, Anchorage, Alaska and Valdez Marine Terminal, Valdez, Alaska.
2424ArchiveThe following frequencies and emissions are authorized in addition to those listed in Part 1. Frequency 3800.000 H, V-Emission 36MOW8F-Special Provisions 1010, 1894. Frequency 3800.000 H, V-Emission 14MOG7D-Special Provisions 1010, 1894.
2425ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E870499.
2426ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with units authorized under call signs E891136 and E891137.
2427ArchiveContinued use of the previously authorized two (2) 11 meter Comtech antennas, is hereby permitted until January 1, 1991.
2428ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB stations, call signs E900688 & E910178.
2429ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E900844.
2430ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E7447.
2431ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with facilities authorized under E872139, E872140, E872141, E872142, E910179 and HUB E900720.
2432ArchiveThe remote control point for this VSAT station will be operated at one of the following: 27621 Parkview Blvd., Warren, Macomb, MI and 420 North Wickham Road, Melbourne, Brevard, FL.
2433ArchiveThis application is granted by Commission Order (DA 90-628) released April 26, 1990.
2434ArchiveThis application is granted by Commission Order (DA 90-1275) released October 16, 1990.
2435ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E881109.
2436ArchiveThe following transmitter equipment is authorized in addition to those listed in Part 4. No.4-(1) unit-Lucas Aerospace-Model MC2152, output power 10 watts; No.5-(1) unit Hughes-Model 9040HA02, output power 50 watts; No.6-(1) unit-Hughes-Model 9210HA02, output power 125 watts.
2437ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with VSAT stations authorized under call signs E900271, E900272, E900273, E900274, E900275 & HUB stations E880804, E880806.
2438ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB stations, call signs E900979 and E910267.
2439ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E900917.
2440ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E900986.
2441ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E900986.
2442ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E910028.
2443ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E900957.
2444Routine Licensing / C-bandThe EIRP and EIRP Density numbers are the maximum permissible under the Commission's Declaratory Order noted in General Provision 2061.
2445ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E890078.
2446ArchiveConstruction and operation of this facility is specifically conditioned on the licensee obtaining all appropriate and necessary local, state and federal approvals to build on the proposed site.
2447ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E910095.
2448ArchiveThe following antenna facility is authorized in addition to those listed in Part 5. No. 4: (1) unit, 11 meter-Cass-Harris Corp. model 5260-Gains 51.6 dBi at 4GHz/54.9 dBi at 6GHz. Maximum antenna height (AMSL): 298.7 meters.
2449ArchiveThe following transmitter equipment is authorized in addition to those listed in Part 4. No. 4--(2) units, MCL model 15159, output power 400 watts.
2450ArchiveThe following antenna facilities authorized in addition to those listed in Part 5. No.4--(1) unit, 10 meter-Cass-E-Systems, Gains 50.5-04/52.5-06, Maximum antenna height (AMSL) 560.7 meters. No. 5--(1) unit, 12 meter-Greg-Andrew Corp. ESA120-46, Gains 53.1-04/56.4-06, Maximum antenna height (AMSL) 560.2 meters.
Code Note Condition
2451ArchiveThe following antenna facility is authorized in addition to those listed in Part 5. No. 4--(1) unit, 9.2 meter-(Cass)-Satcom Technologies 920CS, Gains 50.1-04/53.6-06, Maximum antenna height (AMSL) 285 meters.
2452ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E910232.
2453ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E910246.
2454ArchiveAll satellite uplink transmissions carrying broadband video information shall comply with the Automatic Transmitter Identification System (ATIS) requirements of Section 25.281 of the Rules, as modified by FCC Report No. DS-1066, released on April 3, 1991.
2455ArchiveThe effective date for broadband video uplinks to comply with the ATIS requirements of General Provision 2454 is May 1, 1991. See ATIS Public Notice released February 20, 1991.
2456Registration /Domestic Receive-Only Satellite Earth Stations < 4.5 m C-bandNo protection beyond that afforded in "Deregulation of Domestic Receive-Only Satellite Earth Stations" will be provided for TVRO earth stations. Due to 2 degree orbital spacing, "the potential levels of interference caused by satellite transmissions are already defined and the actual level of any protection desired by an applicant from intersatellite interference for small receiving earth station antennas will be achieved by the choice of receiving antenna performance selected by parties installing new receive-only earth stations." FCC 86-133 36552.
2457ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E910275.
2458WB36 onlyWB36, 1300-DSE-MP/L-89, SOUTHBURY, CT., L-BAND(MARISAT) Frequency Coordination Limits: Satellite Arc= 60-144,/Elevation=5.2-5.7/Azimuth=102.6-257.0. Receiving System Noise Temperature=476 Kelvin at 5.0 degrees elevation and 1539 MHz.Points of Communications: MARISAT.
2459WB36 onlyWB36, 1300-DSE-MP/L-89, SOUTHBURY, CT., L-BAND (MARISAT) Transmitting Equipment: (1) unit - Mfg. RFD, Inc.- Model LA-60646 - Output Power-Watts 70. Antenna Facilities: Site Elevation 36.6 meters AMSL - (1) unit - 12.8 meter - Cass - Mfg. Philco - Ford - Model 42 ft. Gains 39.9 - 1.5 = 40.0 - 1.6 / Max. Ant. Ht. 52.1 meters AMSL.
2460Wb36 onlyWB36, 1300-DSE-MP/L-89, SOUTHBURY, CT., L-BAND (MARISAT) Remote Control point: None; Informative: "MOD" to add MARISAT, L-band frequencies and technical data. C-band technical data issued under computerized license for WB36.
2461ArchiveRemote control operation is authorized without an interlock device.
2462ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with facilities authorized under call signs E910323, E910324.
2463ArchiveThe remote control point for this station will be operated at one of the following HUB stations: E5027--17 Battery Place, New York, Manhattan, N.Y.; E4413--555 T.J. Jester Blvd., Houston, Harris, TX; E4412--3111 S. Western Avenue, Chicago, Cook, IL; E890644 - - 15407 McGinty Road W., Minnetonka, Hennepin, MN.
2464Registration/ Rx-only e/sThe grantee is authorized to add, delete or change channels of program material without further application or notification to the Commission, provided: (a)The carriage of such program material is an authorized pursuant to the Commission's rules, regulations and policies governing the terrestrial system (s) used to distribute this material to the end subscribers, and (b) that such earth station operations are consistent with the technical parameters specified in the registration.
2465Rx-only e/sThis provision relates to potential interference from terrestrial microwave stations. Operation of the receive-only earth station shall be in accordance with the frequency coordination exhibit accompanying the application.
2466ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E910446.
2467ArchiveFrequency coordination without considering the peaking factor is authorized pursuant to the Commission's decision regarding IDB Communications Corporation File Numbers 282 thru 296-DSE-ML-88.
2468ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E910449.
2469ArchiveThe remote control point for this station will be operated at one of the following: 1660 Lincoln Street, Denver, Denver, CO.; 16557 South Turkey Creek Road, Morrison, Jefferson, CO.
2470ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call signs E4412, E4413, E5027, and E890644.
2471Archive / use #2482The major axis (1.35 meter) of this elliptical aperture antenna must be aligned parallel to the plane of the geostationary arc.
2472ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E910562.
2473ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E910596.
2474ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E910599.
2475ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E910549.
2476ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB stations, call signs E910605, E910606.
2477ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E910645.
2478KB34 onlyKB34, 273-DSE-MP/L-91, SANTA PAULA, CA, L-BAND (MARISAT) Frequency coordination Limits: Satellite Arc = 60-144/Elevation = 16.8-42.0/Azimuth = 108.7-219.4. Receiving System Noise Temperature = 476 Kelvin at 5.0 degrees elevation and 1539 MHz. Points of Communications: MARISAT.
2479KB34 onlyKB34, 273-DSE-MP/L-91, SANTA PAULA, CA., L-BAND (MARISAT) Transmitting Equipment: (1) unit - Mfg. RFD, Inc. - Model LA-60646 - Output Power (Watts) 70; Antenna Facilities: Site Elevation 228.6 meters AMSL - (1) unit - 12.8 meter - Cass - Mfg. Philco - Ford - Model 42 ft. Gains 39.9 - 1.5 = 40.0 - 1.6 / Max. Ant. Ht. 243.9 meters AMSL.
2480KB34 onlyKB34, 273-DSE-MP/L-91, SANTA PAULA, CA., L-BAND (MARISAT) Remote Control point: None; Informative: "MOD" to add MARISAT, L-band frequencies and technical data. C-band technical data issued under computerized license for KB34.
2481ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E920071.
2482non-circular transmitting antennasThe major axis of non-circular transmitting antennas (all elliptical and rectangular aperture antennas are non-circular) must be aligned parallel to the plane of the geostationary arc. All transmitting antennas must comply with the antenna sidelobe performance standards of Section 25.209.
2483ArchiveEIRP of 82.0 dBW is associated with the Vertex antenna and EIRP of 73.5 dBW is associated with the Prodelin antenna either of which may be used with the two MCL transmitters used in tandem. Simultaneous use of the two antennas is prohibited.
2484ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E920161.
2485ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with facilities authorized under E890010, E890011, E890131and E890132.
2486ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with facilities authorized under E920164.
2487ArchiveThe remote control point for this station will be operated at one of the following: 10404 Cash Road, Bldg. C, Stafford, Texas - P.O. Box 1248, Missouri City, Texas.
2488ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E920196.
2489ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E920262.
2490ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with stations authorized under E920259, E920260, E920261.
2491ArchiveThe remote control points for this VSAT will be operated at one of the following: 2 Paragon Drive, Montvale, Bergen, NJ and 420 North Wickham Road, Melbourne, Brevard, FL.
2492ArchiveFrequency Coordination Limits (Range of Satellite) for antenna No. 2 - 11 meter Scientific Atlanta model 8007 are as follows: Satellite Arc (West Long.) East/West Limit: 62.0 - 143.0. Elevation (Degrees) East/West Limit: 42.3 - 9.7. Azimuth (Degrees) East/West Limit: 157.2 - 245.5. Max. EIRP Density to Horizon (dbW/4 kHz): +3.9.
2493ArchiveUse of these facilites is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E920582.
2494ArchiveThe "Sky Radio Partners dba USA Today Sky Radio" system is covered by the "Order and Authorization" (DA 92-1635) released December 7, 1992.
2495ArchiveThis earth station may only be used with a satellite that is 2 degrees, or more, from other geostationary satellites that operate in the 4/6 and 12/14 GHz frequency bands.
2496ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E873409.
2497ArchiveThe remote control point for this station will be operated at one of the following HUB stations: E930158-Los Alamitos AFRS, Bldg. 283, Los Alamitos, Orange, CA.; E930159-2800 Meadowview Rd., Sacramento, Sacramento, CA.
2498ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB stations, call signs E930158, E930159.
2499ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E930182.
2500ArchiveWith respect to potential co-channel interference to or from terrestrial microwave radio stations: receive frequency band(s) listed in Section B of this authorization have been cleared for transmissions from and transmit frequency band(s) listed in Section B have been cleared for transmission to satellites located in the portion of the geostaionary satellite orbit specified in Section D for the emissions designated in Section B.
Code Note Condition
2501ArchiveWith respect to potential co-channel interference to or from terrestrial microwave radio stations: only portions of the receive frequency band(s) listed in Section 1 of this authorization have been cleared for transmissions from and/or only portions of the transmit frequency band (s) listed in Section 1 have been cleared for transmissions to satellites located in the portion of geostationary satellite orbit specified in Section 1 for the emissions designated in that Section. Details of the specific band portions for which coordination has been successfully effected are contained in the application (s) for this radio station authorized and/or subsequent modification (s).
2502ArchiveWith respect to potential co-channel interference to or from terrestrial microwave radio stations: receive frequency band (s) listed in Section 1 of this authorization have been cleared for transmissions from and transmit frequency band (s) listed in Section 1 have been cleared for transmissions to satellites located in the portion of the geostationary satellite orbit specified in Section 1 for the emissions designated therein except for those cases where the main beam power density results in a higher EIRP toward the horizon than the maximum specified in Section 1. Transmissions with such higher main beam power densities are authorized only on condition that they shall not cause harmful interference to terrestrial microwave radio stations and shall be immediately reduced to the coordinated power density levels upon notification of interference.
2503ArchiveObstruction markings are required in accordance with Paragraphs 3, 11, 21, 22 of FCC Form 715 and Paragraphs A, H, I of FCC Form 715A. Note: FCC Form 715A (Day) and FCC Form 715 (Night) Dual Lighting - Paragraph A modified to require use of (L-865) Medium Intensity lights in lieu of L-856.
2504ORBCOMM) (E940535) (2171-DSE-P/L-94)This authorization is subject to the conditions -- (a) that licensee, transmitting on frequency 149.61 MHz, shall not cause harmful radio interference to terrestrial services in Canada; and (b) that use of such frequency 149.61 MHz must be coordinated with the Canadian administration, as prescribed in ITC-Resolution 46. (ORBCOMM) (E940535) (2171-DSE-P/L-94)
2505ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E950474.
2506ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E940460.
2507ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E880970.
2508ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E890637.
2509ArchiveThe 3 Meter Harris Corporation Model 5120 Antenna is for a RECEIVE-ONLY.
2510ArchiveWaiver of Section 25.203 (e) of the Commission's Rules and Regulations is granted for the beam intersections listed in the application(s) for this facility.
2511ArchiveDomestic satellite services are limited to "ALSAT" only.
2512C-band receive earth stationThe C-band receive earth station has no protection.
2513ArchiveThe Petition to Deny filed by Columbia Communications Corp. is dismissed in accordance with the Commission's decision in "IDB Worldcom Services, Inc." DA 95-1342, released July 5, 1995.
2514ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E950503.
2515ArchiveFrequency coordination includes an additional 50 dBW isolation due to a minimum 12.2 MHz frequency separation from terrestrial station frequency assignments.
2516ArchiveFrequency coordination includes an additional 30 dBW isolation due to a minimum 6 MHz frequency separation from terrestrial station frequency assignments.
2517ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E970380.
2519ArchiveThe Licensee shall adhere to the Commission's Rules and Regulations of Part 25 concerning Frequency Coordination before transmitting. See also Public Notice of October 1, 1992.
2520ArchiveFrequency coordination includes additional isolation due to frequency offsets from terrestrial frequency assignments as described in the initial application.
2521ArchiveThis authorization is subject to all terms and conditions imposed on the authorized DBS satellites, listed in Section 3 of this license, by the Commission.
2522ArchiveLicensee is authorized to provide services from the United States to France via the French Telecom 2A and Telecom 2B satellites. NO DOWNLINK OPERATION WITH THESE SATELLITES IS PERMITTED.
2523 No ALSAT/PERMITTED LIST access allowed under this License. Access is limited to three (3) specific GSO satellites only.
2524U. S. footnote 245Operation of these CSAT station(s) is subject to U.S. footnote 245 -- In the bands 3600-3650 MHz (space-to-Earth), 4500-4800 MHz (space-to-Earth), and 5850-5925 MHz (Earth-to-space), the use of the non-Federal fixed-satellite service is limited to international inter-continental systems and is subject to case-by-case electromagnetic compatibility analysis. The FCC's policy for these bands is codified at 47 CFR 2.108.
2525 This transmitting earth station is granted on a secondary basis and shall immediately cease operation upon notification of harmful interference into any service that has superior status.
2530ArchiveThis authorization is further subject to licensee's compliance with the special agreement(s) stated in the application(s) for these facilities that were reached with terrestrial microwave station operator(s) in order to effect frequency coordination.
2540ArchiveThe licensee must establish a point of contact for its communications network at which records of the location and frequency use of each small antenna will be maintained in order to effectively protect its receiving sites from licensed stations in the local television transmission service.
2542Section 25.209Waiver of Section 25.209 of the Commission's Rules is granted for the authorized antenna facilities provided that the licensee file measured antenna gain patterns with the Commission. Pursuant to Routine Licensing of Large Networks of Small Antenna Earth Stations Operating in the 12/14 GHz Frequency Bands, Mimeo No. 3588 (released April 9, 1986), the licensee may be required to reduce power by the same amount of decibles as the measured antenna patterns exceeds hte requirements of Section 25.209 of the Rules in the event that unacceptable levels of interference are caused to other satellite systems.
2543ArchiveThe licensee must establish a point of contact for its communications network that will have the responsibility of ensuring that interference is not caused to other operations in the spectrum.
2544Globecomm SES-MOD-20041104-01646In regards to the use of 13.75-14.0 GHz band, the user must provide the NAVAL ELECTROMAGNETIC SPECTRUM CENTER (703-325-2750) a 24hr phone number which would be contacted when National Defense and US Naval Operation requirements necessitate immediate cessation of operations. The licensee is aware that they would be required to temporarily cease satellite operations on these frequencies until notified otherwise.
2545Globecomm SES-MOD-20041104-01646In regards to the use of the 13.75-14.0 GHz band, Section 25.204(f)) of the Commission’s Rules and footnote US357 to the Table of Frequency Allocation applies. The licensee shall not exceed 71 dBW in any 6 MHz in the 13.77-13.78 MHz band.
2546 Operations with the satellite points of communication are limited to the frequencies identified on the FCC Current Authorizations List and the FCC Market Access List.
2600No protection from interferenceNo protection from interference caused by other radio stations will be provided for these operations.
2601ArchiveLicensee is authorized to provide INTELSAT Business Services Datanet and International television services between the United States and the foreign countries as listed in the application, via the INTELSAT satellites system.
2602ArchiveLicensee is authorized to provide services between the United States and Mexico or Panama via satellites of the Morelos and Solidaridad systems.
2603Rx-only antennas / LIC licenseThe grantee is authorized to add, delete or change channels of program material without further application or notification to the Commission, provided: (a) the carriage of such program material is authorized pursuant to the Commission's rules, regulations and policies governing the terrestrial system (s) used to distribute this material to the end subscribers, and (b) that such earth station operations are consistent with the technical parameters specified in the license.
2604DBSThis authorization is governed by Part 100 of the Commission's rules, 47 CFR Part 100.
2605ArchiveLicensee is authorized to provide services between the United States and Foreign countries listed in its underlying application via the authorized non-U.S. satellites.
2606DBSThis authorization is Subject to final commission action in "Policies and Rules for the Direct Broadcast Satellite Service" IB Docker No. 98-21, FCC 98-26 (Released February 26, 1998).
2607ArchiveLicensee is authorized to provide digital video and digital compressed video between its subject earth station located at New York and five domestic receive-only earth station sites in Orlando, FL, Houston, TX, New York, NY, Riverside, CA and Philadelphia, PA, as an incidental part of it's international television network.
2608ArchiveThis authorization is subject to all terms and conditions imposed on US-licensed satellite system(s) authorized in Section D of this license by the Commission.
2609ArchiveThis authorization is not to be construed as permitting the provision of any commerical services. Licensee is authorized to provide monitoring service for the INTELSAT 605 satellite located at 332.5 degrees East Longitude.
2610Non- harmful interferenceNo harmful interference shall be caused by the operation of this station to other lawfully operated radio stations and operation of this station must be terminated immediately upon notification of harmful interference.
2614ArchiveLicensee is authorized to provide fixed-satellite service excluding Direct-to-Home service, between the United States and countries listed in this underlying application. See DISCO II.
2615ArchiveLicensee is authorized to provide fixed-satellite service, excluding Direcr-to-Home service, from the United States to countries listed in this underlying application. See DISCO II.
2616ArchiveLicensee is authorized to provide fixed-satellite service, excluding Direcr-to-Home service, within the United States. See DISCO II.
2617Temporary-fixed earth stationThe applicant certifies that they are familiar with Parts 101 and 25 of the FCC Rules and Regulations regarding the frequency coordination process. The applicant is aware of and agrees to perform an analysis and notification to potentially affected carriers prior to transmitting at each location. Failure to perform successful prior frequency coordination will result in the cancellation of your station license herein. Copies of all coordination notices shall be forwarded to the FCC Operations Center Office in Columbia, Maryland.
2618 The station construction and bringing into regular operation requirement (Section 25.133(a) of the FCC rules) is adjusted to accommodate the launch and operational schedule of the XM-4 space station, at the nominal orbit location 115 degree W.L. (DA -5-180) to be within 12 months of the launch of the XM-4 space station.
2620transfer orbit operationsOperations of this station with any earth station antenna angle between 90 and 270 degrees in azimuth (with respect to true north) and between 0 and 90 degrees in elevation are authorized during transfer orbit operations only, provided such operations do not cause any harmful interference to any other lawfully operated radio station.
2621transfer orbit operationsOperations of this station with any earth station antenna angle between 77~ and 283~ in azimuth (with respect to true north) and above 10~ in elevation are authorized during transfer orbit operations only, provided such operations do not cause any harmful interference to any other lawfully operated radio station.
2622Non- harmful interferenceOperation of this non-conforming antenna will not be protected from interference caused by other lawfully operated radio stations . No harmful interference shall be caused by the operations of this station to other lawfully operated radio stations and operations must be terminated upon notification of harmful interference.
Code Note Condition
2623Archive /Section 25.212(d)The power density into the C-band antennas shall not exceed -2.7 dBW/4kHz for the digital carriers and 0.5 dBW/4kHz for the narrow-band analog carriers for all Domestic services. Hence, the associated EIRP and EIRP Density shall be consistent with these limits.
2625ArchiveThe provision of purely domestic service via non-U.S.-licensed satellites including INTELSAT is prohibited.
2627interconnected to the Public Switched Network.All services are interconnected to the Public Switched Network.
2629 ALSAT-designated earth stations are permitted to communicate with NSS-806 located at 319.5 degrees E.L. (40.5 degrees W.L.) to provide fixed satellite service in the United States other than direct-to-home service. Provision of direct-to-home services, direct broadcast services, or digital audio radio services are prohibited.
2630 ALSAT-designated earth stations are permitted to communicate with NSS-806, provided that New Skies Satellites, N.V., remains in compliance with the satellite coordination agreements reached between the United States and INTELSAT regarding NSS-806.
2631 In addition, operation of NSS-806 in the conventional C-band shall cease immediately upon notification of harmful interference. Complaints of all radio interference shall be forwarded to the Commission in writing.
2632ANIK E1Service is limited to fixed-satellite service, other than direct-to-home service. Provision of direct-to-home services, direct broadcast services, or digital audio radio services are prohibited.
2633 This authorization is subject to all actions taken by the Commission and currently effective with respect to provision of service by Intelsat to ensure Intelsat’s operations are consistent with the requirements of the Open-Market Reorganization for the Betterment of International Telecommunications Act, Pub. Law 106-180, 114 Stat. 48 (2000), most recently amended by Pub. Law 108-371, 118 Stat. 1752 (2004) (ORBIT Act).
2634 7.3a meter antenna is specifically to communicate with the Express 3A satellite on a non-common carrier basis only.
2635Horizons 1In communications from Horizons I in the 11.7-12.2 GHz band, the licensee is only authorized to operate with emissions that do not exceed the maximum e.i.r.p. and e.i.r.p. densities authorized in this license and cannot exceed a bandwidth of 35.9 megahertz for digital or analog carriers. The maximum downlink e.i.r.p. density of the digital carrier shall not exceed +10 dBW/4kHz from Horizons 1.
2636Horizons 1In communications from Horizons I in the 11.7-12.2 GHz band, the licensee cannot exceed a bandwidth of 35.9 megahertz for digital or analog carriers. See also PanAmSat Licensee Corporation, Order and Authorization, DA 05-0007, (released January 4, 2005).
2637US 334 Table of Frequency AllocationsDIRECTV Enterprises, LLC must coordinate all of its Ka-band downlink operations with the U.S. government systems in accordance with footnote US 334 to the Table of Frequency Allocations, 47 C.F.R. section 2.106.
2639ArchiveThis earth station will be part of MCI's VSAT network serving Mexico, Latin America and the Carribean. This service is authorized in FCC Order & Authorization, File No. ITC-93-134, adopted July 21, 1993.
2640Archive / replaced by 5838The authorized antenna facilities listed in Section E (Antenna Facilities) of this license do not comply with the antenna gain envelope specified in Section 25.209(a) of the Commission's Rules for Theta between 1 and 2 degrees. Therefore, the Licensee shall operate within the technical parameters listed in Section B (Particulars of Operations) of this Radio station authorization.
2641ArchiveThe provision of purely domestic service via the INTELSAT satellites is prohibited.
2642Archive / replaced by 5838The authorized antenna(s) does not comply with the antenna gain envelope specified in Section 25.209(a) of the Commission's Rules for Theta between 1 and 2 degrees. Therefore, the Licensee shall operate within the technical parameters listed in Section B (Particulars of Operations) of this Radio station authorization. The EIRP/Carrier and EIRP density limits stated in this license are the maximum permitted for this station.
2643Archive / replaced by 5838The authorized antenna(s) does(do) not comply with the antenna gain envelope specified in Section 25.209(a) of the Commission's Rules for Theta between 1 and 2 degrees. The EIRP and EIRP density limits stated in this license are the maximum permitted for this station. In the event that unacceptable levels of interference are caused to other 2 degrees complying satellite systems operating within 2 degrees of the Licensee's operating satellite, all operations must be terminated upon notification of harmful interference.
2644ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station located at 240 River Avenue, Cochrane, Canada, Tolowo.
2646 The authorized antenna(s) does(do) not comply with the antenna gain envelope specified in Section 25.209(a) of the Commission's Rules for Theta between 1 and 2 degrees. The EIRP and EIRP density limits stated in this license are the maximum permitted for this station. In the event that unacceptable levels of interference are caused to other 2 degrees complying satellite systems operating within 2 degrees of the Licensee's operating satellite, all operations must be terminated upon notification of harmful interference.
2653 Licensee shall maintain a 24-hour point of contact who can remedy any interference problems or terminate operations if necessary.
2654 The extended C-band frequencies 5850-6425 MHz and 3625-3650 MHz have been cleared with the National Telecommunications & Information Administration.
2657 Upon completion of installation, each licensee must file with the Commission a certification including the following information: name of the licensee, file number of the application, call sign of the antenna, date of the license and certification that the facility as authorized has been completed, that the antenna facility has been tested and is within 2 dB of the pattern specified in Section 25.209 and that the station is operational including the date of commencement of service and will remain operational during the license period unless the license is submitted for cancellation.
2658SES AmericomThe grant of this license is pursuant to NG104, which requires that signals received in the 10.7-11.7 GHz band be emanated from uplink transmissions outside the US&P.
2659SES AmericomUse of 10.95-11.2 GHz band, and 11.45-11.7 GHz band is limited to reception from U.S. authorized Intelsat satellites at orbital locations: 328.5 degrees E.L., 310.0 degrees E.L., 342.0 degrees E.L., 325.5 degrees E.L., 304.5 degrees E.L., 328.6 degrees E.L., 332.5 degrees E.L., and 335.5 degrees E.L.
2660 The Commission requires Telesat Canada to always maintain, on file with the Commission, the name, address, and telephone number of a current point of contact who is located in the United States, and has the authority and capability to terminate or dis-able the uplink of the earth station (licensed herein). The point of contact is required to be available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.
2661 ALSAT-designated earth stations communicating with ANIK E1 must meet the requirements of Section 25.212 of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R. § 25.212.
2662 ALSAT designated earth stations communicating with SatMex-5 must meet the requirements of Section 25.212 of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R. sec. 25.212.
2663 ALSAT-designated earth stations are permitted to communicate with SatMex 5 to provide service in the United States on a non-interference basis relative to two-degree compliant operations.
2664 Use of 10.95-11.2 GHz band, and 11.45-11.7 GHz band is limited to reception from U.S. authorized Intelsat satellite at orbital location 332.5 degrees E.L.
2700NSS-5ALSAT-designated earth stations are permitted to communicate with NSS-5 located at 177° W.L. to provide fixed satellite service in the United States other than direct-to-home service. Provision of direct-to-home services, direct broadcast services, or digital audio radio services are prohibited.
2701NSS-7This authorization does not authorize New Skies Satellites, N.V., to provide any Direct-to-Home service, Direct Broadcast Satellite service, or Digital Audio Radio Service to, from, or within the United States using the NSS-7 satellite.
2707 This STA is granted without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement action in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities since the original service authorization.
2708Ka-bandEchoStar Satellite L.L.C. must coordinate all of its Ka-band downlink operations with the U.S. government systems in accordance with footnote US 334 to the Table of Frequency Allocations, 47 C.F.R. section 2.106.
2709 Licensee is authorized to provide fixed-satellite service other than Direct-to-Home service via non-U.S. licensed satellites, with the exception that the licensee is authorized to provide Direct-to-Home service via SATMEX-5 and SOLIDARIDAD F-2.
2710EchoStar 1,000,000EchoStar's DBS and DTH operations must comply with all rules applicable to other Commission DBS/DTH licenses (e.g., the public interest obligations of 47 C.F.R. section 25.701).
2711 Construction must be completed and commence operation of its network within 12 months of the date of this Order in accordance with 47 C.F.R. section 25.133(a). Licensee must file timely certifications of construction in accordance with 47 C.F.R. section 25.133(b).
2712Expired licenseThis STA is granted without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement action in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities since the orginal service authorization.
2713The Ship Equip, SES-LIC-20111023-01244The Ship Equip request for of a waiver in order for ESVs operating within the contours of the European and African Beams of the Telstar 11N (37.55 WL) satellite downlink in the 12.2-12.50 GHz band is granted on an unprotected basis.
271411.2-11.45 GHz and 12.500-12.75 GHz bandAll operations on 11.2-11.45 GHz and 12.500-12.75 GHz band are on an unprotected basis. The licensee shall not claim protection from, and is required to accept interference from, other lawfully operating satellites or radio communication systems.
2731 The transmit/receive Gateway station is to be used exclusively in conjunction with the Globalstar mobile satellite system. The authorized Gateway frequency bands is 5096.000MHz-5250.000MHz (Feederlink). Use of the frequency is on a non-interference basis.
2800ArchiveThe grantee shall maintain on file with the Commission a current listing of each cable television system served through this station, with any additions, deletions, or modifications to this list notified within 10 days of such changes, including the following information for each such cable tetvision system(s): (a) the name of the cable television system operator and the city or area it serves; (b) the affiliation, if any, of the cable television system operator with the grantee; (c) the date service was commenced; (d) identification of the terrestrial facilities utilized to interconnect this earth station with the head-end of the cable television system being served.
2810Archive /same as 5011The grantee shall maintain on file with the Commission's current list or plan of the precise frequencies in actual use at this station, specifying for each such frequency: the r.f. center frequency, polarization, emission designator, EIRP (dBW), EIRP density (dBW/4kHz), and receiving earth station(s). This list or plan may be submitted either on a station-by-station basis or on a system-wide basis, and shall be updated within seven days of any changes in frequency usage at this station. Temporary usage of frequencies for periods of less than seven days need not be notified to the Commission if accurate station records are maintained of the times and particulars of such temporary frequency usage.
2820ArchiveUpon completion of construction, but prior to the operation of this station, the grantee shall conduct the radiation level survey required by paragraph 95 of the Commission's Memorandum, Opinion and Order adopted December 21, 1972, in Docket No. 16495 (38 FCC 665, 704) and submit this survey to the Commission.
2830ArchiveAny application for authority to operate this station at a new location shall be filed at least 60 days prior to the commencement of such proposed operations. This application shall be in compliance with paragraph 86 of the Commission's Memorandum Opinion, Order and Authorization (FCC 75-1246) adopted Novembr 5, 1975 in applications File Nos. 13-DSE-P-71 et al, and accordingly, shall contain at a minimum: (1) full details concerning the particulars of the proposed operations; (2) all items relating to the frequency coordination required by Part 25 of the Commission's Rules and Regulations; (3) an analysis showing the radiation levels in the vicinity of the earth station facilities and what, if any, procautions are needed; and (4) a statement that there will be no lasting effects of environment significance.
2831ArchiveThe licensee shall specify the geographical location (City and State) of the station site to the Commission 10 days prior to the commencement of fixed operations at a new earth station site.
2832ArchiveThe licensee shall notify the Commission upon completion of the construction of this station. Upon such notification, on-the-air transmission is authorized.
2850ArchiveThe authorization of non-United States communications satellites as points of communication for this station is subject to the terms and conditions of the conditional authorization for these operations and to any final determinations reached after completion of the consultations required by Article XIV (d) of hte INTELSAT Agreement for these operations.
2900ArchiveThis developmental authorization is issued pursuant to Section 25.390 of the Commission's Rules and is subject to change in any of its terms or to cancellation in its entirety at anytime, upon reasonable notice but without hearing, if, in the the opinion of the Commission, circumstances should so require.
2910ArchiveThis developmental authorization is issued pursuant to Section 25.390 of the Commission's Rules and is subject to change in any of its terms or to cancellation in its entirety at anytime, upon reasonable notice but without hearing, if, in the opinion of the Commission, circumstances should so require.
2911ArchiveThe construction period authorized by the Commission acts as an enforcement mechanism to prevent entities unable or unwilling to proceed with their plans from indefinitely holding a license. Granting time extensions of the construction period may defeat this purpose and places additional burdens on the Commission staff. Although we hereby grant an extension of time to complete construction, no further extensions are contemplated. If costruction is not completed within the time now authorized the license will expire automatically.
Code Note Condition
2912ArchiveThe antenna facilities authorized herein are in conjuction with call sign E7754 to add additional antennas. Computer limitations warrant issuance of new call sign.
2913antenna structures /FAAThe grant of this license is contingent on all antenna structures being in accordance with FCC and FAA requirements.
2914TT&C antenna.This station operating a Tracking, Telemetry and Command (TT&C) antenna.
2915ArchiveThis VSAT shall be operated with the power density into the antenna maintained at a level to assure that the radiated EIRP Density does not exceed 15-25 log theta dBW/4kHz for off-axis angles between 1 and 7 degrees and does not exceed -6 dBW/4kHz for off-axis angles between 7 and 9.2 degrees in the 14.0-14.5 GHz band.
2916apply for all license / human exposureTransmitter(s) must be turned off during antenna maintenance to ensure compliance with the FCC-specified safety guidelines for human exposure to radiofrequency radiation in the region between the antenna feed and the reflector. Appropriate measures must also be taken to restrict access to other regions in which the earth station's power flux density levels exceed the specified guidelines.
2917ArchiveAlthough operations may take place on National Forest land, we find that there are no adverse environmental effects resulting from the temporary operation of these transportable earth stations. In this connection, we note that the Bureau of Land Management has reviewed the operations and contracted for services. Additionally, these services will promote health and safety by ensuring communications at natural disaster sites.
2918ArchiveThis earth station is conditionally authorized. The maximum input power density of the Andrew 7.3 m Gregorian antenna is -22 dBW/4kHz. This antenna shall not claim protection from nor cause harmful interference to stations licensed under Part 21 and Part 25 beyond that expected with an earth station conforming to the Declaratory Order released September 25, 1985 (Routine Licensing of Earth stations in the 6 GHz Band Using Antennas Less than 9m in Diameter for Narrowband Transmissions).
2919ArchiveThis earth station is conditionally authorized. The maximum input power density of the Vertex 3.5 KPK antenna is -11.2 dBW/4kHz. This antenna shall not claim protection from or cause harmful interference to stations licensed under Part 25 beyond that expected with an earth station conforming to the Declaratory Order released April 13, 1987 (Routine Licensing of Earth Stations in the 6 GHz and 14 GHz Bands Using Antennas Less than 9m and 5m in Diameter, Respectively for Both Full Transponder and Narrowband Transmissions).
2920ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E920362.
2921ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E920355.
2922ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E861064.
2923ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB stations, call sign E860013 and E990448.
2924ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E880692.
2925ArchiveThis earth station is conditionally authorized. The maximum input power density of the the 5.5m Comtech antenna is 0.5 dBW/4kHz. This antenna shall not claim protection from nor cause harmful interference to stations licensed under Part 21 and Part 25 beyond that expected with an earth station conforming to the Declaratory Order released September 25, 1985 (Routine Licensing of Earth Stations in the 6 GHz Band Using Antennas Less than 9m in Diameter for Narrowband Transmissions).
2926ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E920412. Remote control operation under this authorization shall use an interlock device as described in the Commission's Order noted in Provision 2068.
2927ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E920495.
2928ArchiveUse of the emission designator 2M05Q1D is limited to radio links between various units authorized under call sign E873917.
2929ArchiveThis earth station is conditionally authorized. The maximum input power density of the Dalsat 4.5m prime focus antenna is -14 dBW/4kHz. This antenna shall not claim protection from nor cause harmful interference to stations licensed under Part 25 beyond that expected with an earth station conforming to the Declaratory Order released April 13, 1987 (Routine Licensing of Earth Stations in the 6 GHz and 14 GHz Bands Using Antennas Less than 9m and 5m in Diameter. Repectively, for Both Full Transponder and Narrowband Transmissions).
2930ArchiveThis earth station is conditionally authorized. The maximum input power density of the Reynolds Aluminum 1.8m prime focus antenna is -14 dBW/4kHz. This antenna shall not claim protection from nor cause harmful interference to stations licensed under Part 25 beyond that expected with an earth station conforming to the Declaratory Order released April 13, 1987 (Routine Licensing of Earth Stations in the 6 GHz and 14 GHz Bands Using Antennas Less than 9m and 5m in Diameter. Respectevely, for Both Fulll Transponder and Narrowband Transmissions).
2931ArchiveThis earth station is conditionally authorized. The maximum input power density of the Vertex 2.4m prime focus antenna is -14 dBW/4kHz. This antenna shall not claim protection from nor cause harmful interference to stations licensed under Part 25 beyond that expected with and earth station conforming to the Declaratory Order released April 13, 1987 (Routine Licensing of EArth Stations in the 6 GHz ADN 14 GHz Bands Using Antennas Less than 9m adn 5m in Diameter. Respectively, for both Full Transponder adn Narrowband Transmissins).
2932ArchiveThis authorization is subject to the terms and conditions set forth in Order and Authorization, 7 FCC Rcd 942 (1992).
2933not compliant with Section 25.209Since this antenna is not compliant with Section 25.209, no harmful interference shall be caused by the operations of this station to other lawfully operated radio stations. In the event that unacceptable levels of interference are caused to other satellite systems, all operations must be terminated upon notification of harmful interference.
2934ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E930056.
2935ArchiveRemote control operation shall include an interlock device as specified in the Commission Order noted in General Provision 2068.
2936ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with other units authorized under call signs E930095 and E930096.
2937ArchiveEIRP and EIRP Density figures listed under Particulars of Operation are for the 3.8 meter antenna. EIRP and EIRP Density figures for the other antennas are as follows: 2.4 meter - 64.1 dBW; 39.3 dBW/4kHz /1.8 meter - 61.5 dBW; 36.7 dBW/4kHz.
2938Apply for all non-blanket licenses, For blanket licenses use 90052 per Paul on 2-13-2012Upon completion of construction, each licensee must file with the Commission a certification including the following information: (1) name of the licensee, (2) file number of the application, (3) call sign of the antenna, (4) date of the license, (5) certification that the facility as authorized has been completed, (6) certification that each antenna facility has been tested and is within 2 dB of the pattern specified in Section 25.209, and (7) certification that the station is operational (including the date of commencement of service) and will remain operational during the license period unless the license is submitted for cancellation.
2939Apply for VSAT licenseUpon completion of construction, each licensee must file with the Commission a certification including the following information: name of licensee, file number of the application, call sign of the antenna, date of the license and certification that the facility as authorized has been completed, that each antenna facility has been tested and is within 2 dB of the pattern specified in Section 25.209 and that the station is operational including the date of commencement of service and will remain operational during the license period unless the license is submitted for cancellation. In addition, each licensee must file a certification once the network is put into operation.
2940ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB stations, call signs E7818, E873413.
2941ArchiveMaximum EIRP Density to Horizon (dBW/4kHz) is -22.3 for frequencies 6175-6425 MHz.
2942ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E920692.
2943ArchiveSite elevation (AMSL) of 411 feet = 125.3 meters is for the 5.5 meter Comtech "18ft" (rectangular) antenna - equivalent to 4.1 meter (circular) antenna. See provision 2482.
2944ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E930281.
2945ArchiveSite elevation (AMSL) of 412 feet = 125.6 meters is for the 6.1 Harris model 5346 antenna.
2946ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links between various units authorized under call signs E930318 & E930319.
2947ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E930381.
2948ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E930392.
2949ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E940098.
2950ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E940132.
2951ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E940102.
2952ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E940128.
2953ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB stations, call signs E940248 and E940249.
2954ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E940493.
2955ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E930194.
2956ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links between remote units covered by this authorization.
2957ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E950320.
2958ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E950257.
2960ArchiveThis Hub station is authorized to communicate with its associated remote antennas, Call Signs E000035 (0.75-meter), E910453 (0.9-meter), E000132 (0.96-meter), E990294 & E920066 (1.2-meter), E990293 & E900263 (1.8-meter) and E900264 (2.4-meter).
2961 Application granted to access space stations listed in this modification file number SES-MFS-20110311-00285 will be within the limits granted by the referenced earth station modification cite in part D of this license.
2991ArchiveBlanket Authority issued pursuant to Order and Authorization (DA 92-1089) released August 17, 1992.
Code Note Condition
2992ArchiveRequired date of completion of construction is one year from date of grant for each individual station license under the Blanket Authority under Lead Call Sign E921000.
2993ArchiveThis license is issued pursuant to the Commission's Order and Authorization (DA 93-443) released April 19, 1993.
2994ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E920639.
2995ArchiveFrequency coordination is required for operation in the bands shared with Terrestrial Stations. A coordination record must be available to the FCC.
2996ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E930496.
2998Operation within the United States.Operation of this earth station facility is limited to operations within the United States.
2999ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E930496.
3001ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E940522.
3002ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E940526.
3003ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E850562.
3004ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E950149.
3005ArchiveUse of these facilites is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E4412.
3006ArchiveThe EIRP and EIRP Density parameters for the three antennas specified herein -- 1.8 meter, 2.4 meter and 3.8 meter -- are limited as follows: 1.8 meter* 46.4 dBW 29.7 dBW/4KHz; 2.4 meter 55.0 dBW 32.3 dBW/4KHz; 3.8 meter 52.8 dBW 36.1 dBW/4KHz; *This antenna (1.8 meter/at 6 GHz) shall not claim protection from or cause harmful interference to stations licensed under Part 25 beyond that expected with an earth station conforming to the Declaratory Order released April 13, 1987 (Routine Licensing of Earth Stations in the 6 GHz and 14 GHz Bands Using Antennas Less than 9 meters and 5 meters in Diameter, Respectively, for Both Full Transborder and Narrowband Transmissions). *Transmit RF power density shall not exceed -9.0 dBW/4KHz, at 6.175 GHz, with maximum carrier(s) bandwidth of 1.23 MHz.
3007ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E950254.
3008ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB station, call sign E950368.
3030EchoStar E040448Licensee is authorized to access ANIK F2 satellite under call sign S2472 using frequency bands 19.7-20.2 GHz (downlink), and 29.5-30.0 GHz (uplink).
3031EchoStar E040448Licensee is authorized to access EchoStar 9 satellite using these frequency bands only 19.7-19.9 GHz, 20.0-20.2 GHz, 29.5-29.7 GHz, and 29.8-29.9 GHz.
3038This provision was created from the determination made by the FAA study, per letter dated 7/11/03.All temporary construction equipment shall be flagged and lit in accordance with AC 70/7460-1.
3212rad haz / multiple antennas co-located at the same siteThe licensee shall take extraordinary measures to ensure that multiple antennas co-located at the same site do not create potential exposure to radiofrequency radiation in excess of FCC safety guidelines. Antennas shall be surrounded by a fence, at least 2 meters tall with a locked gate, to prevent human exposure in excess of the FCC-specified safety limit of 1 mW/cm2. Warning signs, such as those discussed in the FCC's OET Bulletin 65, shall be posted informing members of the public to keep outside the locked area. All operations must be in compliance with Section 1.1307 (b)(3) of the Commission's Rules. (See 47 CFR 1.1307 (b) (3)).
3213Archive / replaced by 3219All existing transmitting facilities, operations and devices must be in compliance with RF by September 1, 2000 or, if not, file an Environmental Assessment (EA). See 47 CFR 1.1307 (b) (5).
3214ArchiveAll operations must be in compliance with Section 1.1307 (b)(3) of the Commission's Rules. (See 47 CFR 1.1307 (b) (3))
3215ArchiveThis authorization is issued pursuant to the Commission's Order and Authorization granting application ITC-94-351, DA 94-1636, released February 1, 1995. (10 FCC Rcd 1044)
3216ArchiveThis authorization is subject to the conditions and terms set forth in the Order and Authorization granting application CSG-93-125-(6)-ML, DA 94-70, released February 1, 1994.
3217ArchiveThis authorization is issued pursuant to and is subject to the conditions and terms set forth in the Commission's Orders and Authorizations, DA 99-1249 (released June 24, 1999) and DA 00-547 (released March 10, 2000).
3218Section 25.212The EIRP and EIRP Density numbers are the maximum permissable under the Section 25.212 of the Commission's Rules. Operation above these levels is NOT authorized. Also, see IB Docket No. 95-117, FCC 96-425, released December 16, 1996.
3219Apply for all licensesAll existing transmitting facilities, operations and devices regulated by the Commission must be in compliance with the Commission's radiofrequency (RF) exposure guidelines, pursuant to Section 1.1307(b)(1) through (b)(3) of the Commission's rules, or if not in compliance, file an Environmental Assessment (EA) as specified in Section 1.1311. See 47 CFR § 1.1307 (b) (5).
3220antennas installed at balconyLicensee shall ensure that the antenna does not create the potential for exposure of persons who may be within the immediate vicinity to radiofrequency radiation in excess of FCC safety guidelines defined in 47 C.F.R. Section 1.1307(b)(1) and 1.1310. Licensee shall take precautions to ensure compliance with FCC guidelines for exposure to RF radiation. This will include use of a warning label on the transmitting antennas, and a radome or an automatic shut off system. Only technically trained professionals shall install the antennas. These installers shall place the antennas only at locations that are not readily accessible to the general public.
3221non-conforming temporary-fixed remote antennasThe authorized non-conforming temporary-fixed remote antennas shall be installed and/or removed only by technically trained professionals.
3224 For temporary-fixed antennas, the licensee shall ensure that users be informed of the need to establish a physical barrier or roped-off area surrounding the antenna or the trailer on which it is mounted. During actual transmissions, warning signs shall be posted informing all persons to keep outside the physical barrier or the roped-off area.
3367ArchiveEmission 100F9Y, Data rate 56 Kbps, FEC 3/4, Transmission rate 75 Kbps, Modulation BPSK.
3415rad haz/ the region between the antenna feed and the reflector.The licensee shall take extraordinary measures to ensure that antenna does not create potential exposure to radiofrequency radiation in the region between the antenna feed and the reflector. Antenna shall be surrounded by a physical barrier or fence at least 2 meters tall with a locked gate, to prevent human exposure in excess of the FCC-specified safety limit of 1 mW/cm2. Warning signs, such as those discussed in the FCC's OET Bulletin 65, shall be posted informing members of the public to keep outside the physical barrier or the locked area.
3416Archiveprivate, non-switched voice, facsimile, and data services.
3418ArchiveThe assignment frequency will be used for Telemetry, Tracking and control (TT&C) communications with EchoStar - 101 at 119.2 degrees W.L. satellite of EchoStar Satellite Corporation.
3419ArchiveThis authorization is issued pursuant to the Commission's Order released January 11, 1996 (11 FCC Rcd. No. 6) and is subject to the conditions in that Order.
3420rad haz / temporary-fixed, remote antennasThe licensee shall take extraordinary measures to ensure that the antenna does not create a potential for harmful non-ionizing radiation to persons who may be within the immediate vicinity since this earth station may exceed the radiation hazard level of 1 mW/cm2. This shall inclulde but not be limited to establishing a physical barrier or roping off an area, where the radiation hazard level is or below 1 mW/ cm2, surrounding the antenna or the trailer on which it is mounted. During actual transmissions, warning signs shall be posted informing all persons to keep outside the physical barrier or the roped off area.
3421ArchiveFrequencies in this band will be used only for occasional testing of the C-to-L INMARSAT Ltd. satellite transponder.
3422ArchiveFrequencies in this band will be used only for occasional testing of the L-to-C INMARSAT Ltd. satellite transponder.
3423Archive / E970199The transmit/receive Gateway station (call sign E970199, 746-DSE-P/L-97) is to be used exclusively in conjunction with the Globalstar mobile satellite system. The authorized Gateway frequency bands are 5091.000 MHz - 5092.000 MHz (Telecommand Link) and 5096.000MHz-5250.000MHz (Feederlink). Use of these frequencies is on a non-interference basis to authorized primary users of the band pending outcome of a Commission rulemaking considering use of this band on a primary basis for the authorized use.
3424OET Docket No. 98-142, / 5/7 GHz frequency bandsThe authority granted here is subject to the outcome of the Commission's rulemaking proceeding in OET Docket No. 98-142, concerning domestic allocations in the 5/7 GHz frequency bands. No harmful interference shall be caused by the operations of this station to other lawfully operated radio stations and interference protection from authorized stations shall not be claimed. Operations shall terminate immediately upon notification of harmful interference.
3426Section 25.134This authorization is subject to final Commission action with respect to the Section 25.134 amendment in the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, IB Docket No. 00-248, released December 14, 2000.
3427ArchiveLicensee is authorized to provide analog video with associated audio coverage of newsworthy events between Hawaii and Japan via the Superbird C satellite located at 144 degrees east longitude.
3428ArchiveThis authorization is not to be construed as including any uplink or downlink authority in other countries.
3429ArchiveLicensee is authorized to provide monitoring and data services via the NASA TDRS satellites operated by Columbia at 41, 47 and 174.3 degrees West Longitude (W.L.). Operations via the TDRS-6 satellite at 47 W.L. are subject to the Special Temporary Authority, 120-SAT-STA-96, granted on July 12, 1996, and also subjuct to the terms and conditions as set forth in Columbia Communications Corporation, DA 96-1150 (released July 19, 1996).
3430ArchiveMultiple SCPC Analog Audio.
3431ArchiveTo the extent that the 2.4-meter C-band antenna authorized herein appears not be fully compliant with Section 25.209 of FCC Rules and Regulations, the FCC may, if so warranted, cause the immediate termination of the use of such antenna, without a hearing.
3432ArchiveThe power density into the flange of the subject 2.4-meter C-band antenna shall not exceed a minus 9.7 dBW/4kHz.
3433ArchiveTRANSMISSION(S) from the ship-board earth station authorized herein is NOT permitted when such station (E970201) is moving-enroute---from one point to another point.
3434ArchiveOperations of this C-band ship-board earth station (2.4-meter) is subject to prior frequency coordination requirements of Part 25 of FCC Rules and Regulations, Section 25.277.
3435ArchiveOperations of this ship-board earth station (2.4-meter) shall not cause harmful radio interference to any other lawfully operated radio station, and operations shall cease immediately upon notification of such interference. Complaints of all radio interference shall be forwarded immediately to the Commission, in writing.
3436ArchiveAll antenna tower (mast), where required, shall be marked and lighted in accordance with FCC and FAA regulations.
Code Note Condition
3437FAAOperation of the earth station facility shall comply with all applicable Federal Aviation Administration rules and regulations.
3444Archive / 401-402 MHz band for TT&C Earthwatch /E950499Any use of the 401-402 MHz band by the Licensee for TT&C must be on a non-interference basis to all other systems operating under a primary or secondary status in the band. As a non-conforming user, Licensee will also be required to accept any interference to it that is caused by any of these allocated services.
3445ArchiveThe Licensee(s) is authorized to provide international LMSS and land-based temporary fixed-satellite services only within the frequency bands specified below which are consistent with the US allocation for maritime services. Thus, the Licensee(s) shall serve only those land mobile-satellite and land-based temporary fixed-satellite terminals communicating in the transmit frequency band 1626.5-1645.5 MHz and 1656.5-1660.5 MHz and the receive frequency band 1525-1544 MHz and 1555-1559 MHz for the mobile-to-satellite and satellite-to-mobile links of its international land mobile-satellite services.
3446ArchiveThe licensee is authorized to provide International INMARSAT Standard A maritime mobile-satellite service to ships in the authorized region via INMARSAT FIRST, SECOND and THIRD GENERATION satellites.
3447ArchiveUsers of the international LMSS and land-based temporary fixed-satellite services shall obtain the appropriate license or other authorization from the local telecommunications authority of the country in which the terminal will be used and any necessary licenses or authorizations from Agencies or Department of the US government (such as Treasury or Commerce). Thus, this authorization shall not be construed as providing domestic uplinks or downlinks authority within countries outside of the United States.
3448ArchiveThe licensee is authorized to provide international land mobile-satellite services (LMSS) and land-based temporary fixed-satellite services between this earth station in the United States and INMARSAT Standard A mobile-satellite terminals in foregin points outside of North America via INMARSAT FIRST, SECOND and THIRD GENERATION satellites. For the purposes of this application, North America is defined as comprising the land area of Canada, Mexico and the United Stated including Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands. These services shall include (i) communications within and between foreign countries, excluding Canada, Mexio, and countries for which the United States has an embargo on telecommunications, and (ii) communicatins between North America and mobile-satellite terminals located outside North America.
34492025-2110 MHz band / TT&CAny use of the 2025-2110 MHz band by the Licensee for TT&C must be on a non-interference basis to all other systems operating under a primary or secondary status in the band. As a non-conforming user, Licensee will also be required to accept any interference to it that is caused by any of these allocated services.
3450Society of Broadcast Engineers (SBE)The use of the authorized freqency band has been approved by the Society of Broadcast Engineers (SBE) in the relevant state.
3451DA 95-1849 /IKONOS-1 / Space ImagingThis authorization is issued pursuant to the Commission's Order (DA 95-1849) released August 23, 1995.
3452Non-commercial serviceThis authorization is not to be construed as permitting the provision of any commercial service. Licensee may use the antenna(s) to transmit digital signal for test and demonstration purposes.
3453Protocol / DTH & FSS between US and MexicoThis authorization is subject to the continuance in force of the "protocol concerning the transmission and reception of signals from satellites for the provision of Direct-to-Home Satellites Television Services in the United States of America and the United Mexican States" signed on November 8, 1996, and "protocol concerning the transmission and reception of signals from satellites for the provision of fixed-satellites services in the United States of America and the United Mexican States" signed on October 16, 1997.
3454ArchiveTCS-1 Cable Restoration, 45 Mb/s, QPSK, 7/8 FEC.
3455ArchiveTAT-8/9 Cable Restoration, 140 Mb/s, 8PSK, 5/6 FEC.
3456ArchiveAll operations via the INTELSAT satellites are limited to the countries listed in Comsat's International Tariff provisions for the space components of International MessageTelephone Services (IMTS) (switched services) using FDM/FM, CDFM/FM, SCPC, TDMA and/or IDR.
3457ArchivePanAmsat Corporation filed a Comment on October 17, 1997 and indicated that it did not oppose the application so long as the operation of the subject earth station is strictly confined to tests and demonstrations. Therefore, the licensee is authorized to provide INTELSAT Business Service (IBS) via INTELSAT satellites in support of advanced technology digital signals for test and demonstration purposes only, and is not permitted to charge fees for the use of terminals for commercial service.
3458non-conforming user of 14.0-14.5 GHz /11.7-12.2 GHz frequency bandThis license authorization is limited to the use of frequency band 14.0-14.5 GHz (uplink) and frequency band 11.7-12.2 GHz (downlink), commonly referred to, jointly, as the Ku-band. The licensee of the facilities herein authorized shall establish/maintain a Network Control Center having the capability of instantaneously terminating all transmissions from all stations in this authorized network upon notification. The licensee shall not cause harmful radio interference into any conforming service in the 14.0-14.5 GHz/11.7-12.2 GHz band (See 47 CFR section 2.106), and as a non-conforming user of such frequency band, must accept any radio interference from any service with superior status authorized to use such band.The licensee and its satellite provider(s) must coordinate this authorized network with adjacent satellite operators, both domestic and international, to eliminate the possibility of adjacent satellite radio inerference and must cease transmissions immediately upon notification of radio interference caused by the nonconforming use of the aforementioned frequency band. The licensee must file a modification of this authorized network to obtain prior Commission approval -- (a) to change satellite provider and (b) to change parameters related to the various earth stations in this authorized network. The licensee shall maintain a log recording all incidents of alleged harmful radio interference. The log shall document the nature of each incident, the parties involved and the outcome. The log shall be maintained for a five year period after each incident. .
3459ArchiveAnalog multiplexed voice, data, and/or facsimile.
3460ArchiveThis authorization is not to be construed as permitting the provision of any commercial service. These earth stations are authorized to provide monitoring and tests for international VSAT Networks only.
3461IOTLicensee shall coordinate the frequency and power usage with all existing satellites in orbit, which use the same frequency bands, and which could be adversely affected by the TT&C and in-orbit-testing (IOT) operations of this earth station. The Licensee shall provide all potentially affected satellite operators with an emergency phone number where the licensee (or his operators) can be immediately reached in the event that harmful interference occurs.
346213.75 GHz to 14.0 GHzUse of the extended Ku-band frequency band (13.75 GHz to 14.0 GHz) has been approved by The National Telecommunications and Information Administration. This authorization is subject to the terms and conditions set forth in the Commission's Report and Order adopted September 12,1996, (11 FCC Record 11951).
346313.75 GHz to 14.0 GHzThis authorization is subject to coordination prior to activation and, as appropriate possible scheduling with, NASA TDRSS Network Control Center (301-286-1819).
3465ArchiveThis authorization is subject to the policies adopted in the Report and Order, "Amendment of the Commission's Regulatory Policies to allow Non-US-Licensed Space Stations to provide Domestic and International Satellite Services in the United States," IB Docket 96-111, FCC 97-399 (Released November 26, 1997). (DISCO II)
3466Archive/ DA 99-353 / Orbital Imaging/ Orb view/ E980376This authorization is subject to the conditions set forth in the Commission's Order (DA 99-353) released February 17, 1999. Any use of the 402-403 MHz band by the Licensee for TT&C must be on a non-interference basis to all other systems operating under a primary or secondary status in the band. As a non-conforming user, Licensee will also be required to accept any interference to it that is caused by any of these allocated services.
3600Archive300F9Y 512 Kbps 1/2 1024 Kbps QPSK
3601ArchiveEmission 768F9Y, Data Rate 5121 Kbps, FEC 2/3, Transmission Rate 1150 Kbps, Modulation QPSK.
3602Archive128F9Y 224 Kbps 3/4 299 Kbps QPSK
3603Archive1235F9Y 1.544 Mbps 7/8 1.765 Mbps QPSK
3604ArchiveEmission 50F9 denotes a 2.4 Kbps digital FM Modulation of SCPC carrier.
3605ArchiveEmission 2000F9Y denotes a 3.088 Mbps digital channel for a 3.088 Mbps QPSK RF carrier.
3606Archive300F9Y 512 Kbps 1/2 1024 Kbps QPSK
3607ArchiveEmission 1006F9Y denotes a 1.544 Mbps digital channel for a 1.544 Mbps data rate QPSK with 7/8 error correction.
3608Archive60F9Y 56 Kbps 1/2 112 Kbps QPSK
3609Archive515F9Y 768 Kbps 3/4 1024 Kbps QPSK
3610Archive1550F9Y 1544 Kbps 1/2 3100 Kbps QPSK
3611Archive30F9Y 33.3 Kbps 1/2 66.7 Kbps QPSK
3612Archive1853F9Y 1.544 Mbps 1/2 3.088 Kbps QPSK
3613Archive130F9 Program audio channel Analog.
3614Archive35F9 Audio channel
3615Archive56F9Y 56 Kbps FSK
3616Archive40F9 Audio Program Channel
3617ArchiveEmission 37F9Y, 56 Kbps, FEC 7/8, Transmission rate 64 Kbps, Modulation BPSK.
3618Archive85F9Y 64 Kbps QPSK
3619Archive2700F9Y 2.048 Mbps QPSK
3620Archive2500F9Y 2.000 Mbps Digital
3621Archive2000F9Y 1.544 Mbps QPSK
3622Archive 128F9Y 222 Kbps 7/8 256 Kbps QPSK
3623Archive882F9Y 1.323 Mbps 3/4 1764 Kbps QPSK
3624Archive200F9 Program Audio Analog.
3625Archive515F9Y 772 Kbps 3/4 1030 Kbps QPSK
3626Archive200F9Y 300 Kbps 3/4 400 Kbps QPSK
Code Note Condition
3627Archive7500F9 96 Channel FDM Message Carrier
3628Archive441F9Y 772 Kbps 7/8 882 Kbps QPSK
3629Archive19.2F9Y 33.6 Kbps 7/8 38.4 Kbps QPSK
3630Archive1764F9Y 3.088 Mbps 7/8 3.529 Mbps QPSK
3631Archive135F9Y 124.92 Kbps 7/8 142.77 Kbps QPSK
3632Archive100F9Y 300 baud -- 300 baud FSK
3633Archive25.7F9 This emission denotes an analog SCPC channel.
3634Archive320F9Y 560 Kbps 7/8 640 Kbps QPSK
3635Archive1500F9Y 1.544 Mbps 7/8 1.765 Mbps QPSK
3636Archive512F9Y 768 Kbps 7/8 882 Kbps QPSK
3637Archive40F9Y 56 Kbps 7/8 64 Kbps QPSK
3638Archive1040F9Y 1.04 Mbps 1/2 2.08 Mbps BPSK
3639Archive8064F9Y 8.064 Mbps 1/2 16.128 Mbps QPSK
3640ArchiveEmission 55F9Y, Data Rate 56Kbps, FEC 7/8, Transmission Rate 64 Kbps, Modulation QPSK.
3641Archive25F9 This emission denotes an analog SCPC channel.
3642Archive5600F9Y 1.544 Mbps 7/8 1.765 Mbps QPSK
3643Archive1764F9Y 3.088 Mbps 7/8 3.059 Mbps QPSK or 3/4 4.117 Mbps QPSK
3644Archive385F9Y 336Kbps 7/8 384 kbps QPSK
3645Archive6000F9Y 6.72 mbps 7/8 7.68 mbps QPSK
3646Archive2059F9Y 3.088 kbps 3/4 4.117 mbps QPSK
3647Archive400F9Y 200 kbps 1/2 400 kbps BPSK
3648Archive160F9Y 320 KBPS 0 320 KBPS QPSK
3649Archive170F9Y 340 KBPS 0 340 KBPS QPSK
3650ArchiveEmission 200F9Y, Data rate 400 KBPS, No FEC, Transmission rate 400 KBPS, Modulation QPSK.
3651Archive7500F9Y This emission denote, a 192 channel FDM message carrier.
3652Archive65F9Y 56 Kbps 7/8 64 Kbps QPSK
3653Archive38.4F9Y 67.2 Kbps 7/8 76.8 Kbps QPSK
3654Archive76.4F9Y 134.4 Kbps 7/8 153.6 Kbps QPSK
3655Archive3529.1F9Y 6176.0 Kbps 7/8 7058.3 Kbps QPSK
3656ArchiveTransmission is from 6187-6223 MHz and 6387-6423 MHz using emission designator specified.
3657ArchiveTransmission is from 5925-5935 MHz and 6155-6180 MHz using emission designator specified.
3658Archive385F9Y 336 Kbps 7/8 384 Kbps QPSK
3659ArchiveEmission 60F9Y denotes one or more QPSK 56 Kbps data channels with forward error correction at 1/2 data rate. Any combination of data circuits designated by codes 3659, 3660 and 3661 is authorized.
3660ArchiveEmission 515F9Y denotes one or more QPSK 768 Kbps data channels encoded at 3/4 rate to provide forward error correction. Any combination of data circuits designated by codes 3659, 3660 and 3661 is authorized.
3661ArchiveEmission 1030F9Y denotes one or more QPSK 1.544 Mbps data channels encoded at 3/4 rate to provide forward error correction. Any combination of data circuits designated by codes 3659, 3660 and 3661 is authorized.
3662ArchiveEmission 1250F9Y, Data Rate 1.544 Mbps, FEC 7/8, Transmission Rate 1.765 Mbps, Modulation QPSK.
3663ArchiveEmission 392F9Y, Data Rate 686 Kbps, FEC 7/8, Transmission Rate 784 Kbps, Modulation QPSK.
3664ArchiveEmission 445F9Y, Data Rate 386 Kbps, FEC 7/8, Transmission Rate 440 Kbps, Modulation QPSK.
3665ArchiveSingle Channel Per Carrier (SCPC). Emission 30F9 denotes a compandored narrowband-FM SCPC carrier with voice activation used to provide service to Alaska Bush Communities. EIRP figures listed are the maxima for this service and the licensee shall keep the Commission advised of the actual operating EIRP's for this station.
3667ArchiveEmission 100F9Y, Data rate 56 Kbps, FEC 1/2; Transmission rate 75 Kbps, Modulation BPSK.
3668ArchiveEmission 6900F9Y, Data rate 6.9 Mbps, FEC 3/4; Transmission rate 9.2 Mbps, Modulation QPSK.
3669ArchiveEmission 300F9Y, Transmission rate 224 Kbps, Modulation QPSK.
3675ArchiveEmission 112F9Y, Data Rate 56Kbps, FEC 1/2; Transmission Rate 112Kbps, Modulation BPSK.
3676ArchiveEmission 3150F9Y, Data Rate 1.544 Mbps, FEC 1/2; Tansmission Rate 3.088 Mbps, Modulation QPSK
3677 Operations shall be consistent with applicable coordination agreements; to the extent such agreements have not been reached, operations shall be on a non-harmful interference basis, i.e., operations of the EchoStar 5 satellite shall not cause interference to, and shall not claim protection from, interference caused to it by any other lawfully operating satellites.
3679EchoStar 5Operations shall be consistent with the conditions specified in connection with SAT-SAT-20050203-00018, Order and Authorization, DA 05-1888, paragraph 15 (released June 30, 2005).
3685ArchiveEmission 225F9Y, Data Rate 193 Kbps, FEC 7/8; Transmission Rate 220 Kbps, Modulation QPSK.
3711ArchiveEmission 150F9Y, Data Rate 128 Kbps, FEC 1/2; Transmission Rate 256 Kbps, Modulation QPSK.
3712ArchiveEmission 1500F9Y, Data Rate 1.544 Mbps.
3716ArchiveEmission 1230F9Y, Data Rate 512 Kbps, FEC 1/2; Transmission Rate 1024 Kbps, Modulation BPSK.
Code Note Condition
3717ArchiveEmission 307F9Y, Data Rate 128 Kbps, FEC 1/2; Transmission Rate 256 Kbps, Modulation BPSK.
3719ArchiveEmission 2941F9Y, Data Rate 3152 Kbps, FEC 3/4; Transmission Rate 4200 Kbps, Modulation QPSK.
3721ArchiveEmission 4250F9Y, Data Rate 1.544 Mbps, FEC 7/8; Transmission Rate 1.765 Mbps, Modulation QPSK.
3726ArchiveEmission 1500F9Y, Data Rate 1.544 Mbps, FEC 1/2; Transmission Rate 3.088 Mbps, Modulation QPSK.
3727ArchiveEmission 150F9 denotes a frequency modulated SCPC carrier.
3730ArchiveEmission 128F9Y, Data Rate 56 Kbps, FEC 7/8; Transmission Rate 64 Kbps, Modulation BPSK.
3731ArchiveEmission 3088F9Y, Data Rate 1.544 Mbps, FEC 1/2; Transmission Rate 3.088 Mbps, Modulation QPSK.
3736ArchiveEmission 25F9 with Modulation 3 KHz Analog.
3737SchlumbergerThe user must provide the Naval Electromagnetic Spectrum Center (703-325-2750) a 24 hour phone number which would be contacted when National Defense and US Naval operation requirements necessitate immediate cessation of operations. The applicant is aware that they would be required to temporarily cease satellite operations on these frequencies untill notified otherwise.
3742ArchiveEmission 4000F9Y (2)T-1 QPSK carriers.
3744ArchiveEmission 45000F9Y, Data Rate 90 Mbps, Modulation QPSK TDMA
3745ArchiveEmission 65f9y refers to a 56 Kbps QPSK data carrier encodedat 8/7 FEC.
3746ArchiveEmission 1544f9y, Data Rate 1.544 Mbps, FEC 3/4; Transmission Rate 1.765 Mbps, Modulation QPSK.
3747ArchiveThe emission 128KF1D refers to an RF carrier of digital modulation with a data and carrier transmission rate of 128 Kbps and an SCPC data carrier using QPSK and V.35 scrambling protocol.
3748ArchiveThe emission 56K0F1D (56F9Y) refers to a digitally modulated RF carrier with a data rate of 56 Kbps; a transmission rate of 56 KHz, a 1/2 FEC and using QPSK.
3749ArchiveThe emission 6000F9Y (6M00F9W) is a composite digital carrier which consists of two frequency hopping time - division multiple access (TDMA) carriers. Each of these carriers are characterized by a data transmission rate of 6.72 Mbps, QPSK modulation format and a 7/8 FEC rate. In the frequency hopping mode, only one carrier is transmitted at any insance.
3750ArchiveThe emission 36000F9 is a frequency modulated carrier with NTSC Video.
3751ArchiveThe emission 200F9 denotes a frequency modulated audio carrier whose EIRP and EIRP Density are subject to FCC Declaratory Order Routine Licensing of Earth Stations in the 6 GHz Band using antennnas less than 9m in Diameter for Narrowband Transmission. (Released Sept. 25, 1985)
3752ArchiveEmission 70F9Y denotes 56 Kbps data with 7/8 encoding.
3753ArchiveEmission 36000F9Y represents a TDMA with a transmission rate of 45 Mbps (DS -3 service, 28 - 1.544 Mbps Data Rate using QPSK modulation with FEC 7/8.
3754ArchiveEmission 84F9Y represents a 56 kbps data channel with 1/2 FEC for a 112 Kbps QPSK RF carrier.
3755ArchiveEmission 168F9Y represents a 112 Kbps data channel with 1/2 FEC for a 224 Kbps QPSK RF carrier.
3756ArchiveEmission 9500F9Y denotes a digital data carrier
3757E880423 / ArchiveThe emission 48MOF1D denotes the RF carrier is a 1.0 MHz direct-sequence spreading and frequency hopping over 48 MHz transmission. The corresponding EIRP power density over the 48 MHz is -20.8 dB(W/4kHz) and the instantaneous power density over the 1 MHz is -4.0 dB(W/4kHz).
3758ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB stations, call sign E874276, E890949, E950009 (backup), E890948 (backup), E910593 (backup).
3766ArchiveEmission 295F9Y represents a 257 KBPS, QPSK data channel encoded at 7/8 FEC.
3777Archive/ use #3792EIRP Density listed for this carrier is the maximum permitted under the frequency coordination submitted with the application.
3778Archive1.8 meter antennas.
3779Archive1.2 meter antenna.
3780Archive2.4 meter antennas.
3781ArchiveAndrew ESA18-124 antenna.
3782ArchiveNEC 18 KU antenna.
3783ArchiveVertex 1.8 VSAT antenna.
3784ArchiveAndrew ESA24-124 (2.4 meter) antenna.
3785ArchiveNEC 24KU and Gemini G24KU (2.4 meter) antennas.
3786ArchiveVertex V24KU (2.4 meter) antenna.
3787ArchiveComtech 846302-G1 antenna.
3788ArchiveNEC 3.5KU antenna.
3789ArchiveVertex 3.5KPK antenna.
3790ArchiveVertex 4.57KPK antenna.
3791ArchiveAndrew ESA46-124 antenna.
3792EIRP and EIRP Density / frequency coordinationEIRP and EIRP Density reflect the maximum permissible under the frequency coordination. Operation above these levels is NOT authorized.
3795ArchiveMaximum power into the antenna for multiple carrier shall not exceed the 79.8 watts noted on the radiation hazard study.
3796Maximum power / frequency coordinationMaximum power for this operation is limited to that contained in the frequency coordination for this station.
3797ArchiveAndrew ESA37-124 antenna.
3798ArchiveAFC PR-12 antenna.
3799ArchiveAndrew ES46P (4.6 meter) antenna.
3800ArchiveSCIENTIFIC ATLANTA (10 METER) MODEL 8002 ANTENNA.
3801ArchiveSATCOM TECHNOLOGIES (9.2 METER) MODEL 920CS ANTENNA.
3802ArchiveCOMTECH (4.1 METER) "18 FT" OFFSAT ANTENNAS.
Code Note Condition
3803ArchiveVERTEX (6.1 METER) KPK ANTENNA.
3804ArchiveANDREW (4.6 METER) ESA46P ANTENNA.
3805Power limits / Routine Licensing Order / 6 & 14 GHzPower limits are the maximum permitted under the Commissions Declaratory Order in Routine Licensing of earth stations in the 6 GHz and 14 GHz bands using antennas less than 9 meters in diameter, respectively, for both full transponder and narrowband transmissions (DS 87-391) released April 13, 1987
3806ArchiveNorthern Satellite 2402 (2.4 meter) antenna.
3807ArchiveProdelin 2.4M (2.4 meter) antenna.
3808ArchiveEIRP Levels for the 9.2 Meter Antenna Disney.
3809ArchiveEIRP Levels for the 7.0 Meter Antenna E950058.
3810ArchiveEIRP levels for the 10 meter antenna.
3811ArchiveEIRP levels for the 9.1 meter antenna.
3812NOX EMISSION DESIGNATORUSE OF THE "NOX" EMISSION DESIGNATOR SIGNAL AUTHORIZED HEREIN MUST BE PRIOR COORDINATED WITH ALL ADJACENT SATELLITES. (NOX IS A CW SIGNAL). THE COMMISSION RESERVES THE RIGHT TO TERMINATE USE OF THE NOX SIGNAL WITHOUT A HEARING IF, IN ITS JUDGEMENT, SUCH ACTION IS WARRANTED.
3813NON" Emission designatorUse of the "NON" Emission designator signal authorized here-in must be prior coordinated with all adjacent satellites. (NON is a CW signal). The Commisison reserves the right to terminate use of the NON signal without a Hearing if, in its judgement, such action is warranted.
3814ArchiveConsult with George Sharp for the Text.
3815temporary-fixed station / Section 25.203For each use of this temporary-fixed station the licensee shall coordinate the station with terrestrial users in accordance with Section 25.203 (Choice of sites and frequencies) of the Commission's Rules.
3816Archive / non-commercial serviceThis authorization is not to be construed as permitting the provision of any commercial service. Comsat may use the antenna for occasional test and demonstration purposes in support of current and future services developed by INTELSAT provided the services fit the licensed parameters and emissions.
3817ArchiveBy letter, dated December 12, 1991, the US Department of State informed the Commission that "the Department of State has verified with the Department of Defense that the proposed facility and service are in support of national security requirements and therefore, as per INTERSAT Agreement Article XIV(g), no coordination with INTELSAT is reqquired."
3818ArchiveThe provision of purely domestic service via non-US-licensed satellites satellites is prohibited.
3819ArchiveAll operations via the INTELSAT satellites are limited to the countries listed in Comsat's International Tariff provisions for the space segment components of SCPC audio service.
3820ArchiveAll operations via the INTELSAT satellites are limited to the countries listed in Comsat's international tariff provisions for the space segment components of international Datanet Service.
3821ArchiveIntermediate Data Rate (IDR) for cable restoration.
3822ArchiveLicensee is authorized to provide Direct-to-Home (DTH) service via US domestic-fixed satellite service (ALSAT) only.
3823ArchivePanAmsat Corporation filed a Comment on June 26, 1997, and indicated that it did not oppose the application so long as the operation of the subject earth station is strictly confined to tests and demonstrations. Therefore, the licensee is authorized to provide INTELSAT Business Service (IBS) via INTELSAT satellites in support of advanced technology digital signals for test and demonstation purposes only, and is not permitted to charge fees for the use of terminals for commercial service.
3824ArchiveLicensee is authorized to provide services between the United States and Japan via satellites of the Japan Communication System.
3825ArchiveThe licensee is authorized to provide SCPC analog audio associated with Satellite News Gathering (SNG) operation.
3826L-band / NTIAThe L-band frequencies have been cleared with the National Telecommunications and Information Administration.
3827Archive / INMARSAT land e/sThe earth station is authorized to provide Communications System Monitoring services. Operations of this station in these frequency bands are limited to testing frequency translation error correction and network coordination purposes.
3828ArchiveThe extended C-band frequencies 5910-5925 MHz and 3685-3700 MHz have been cleared with National Telecommunications and Information Administration.
3830ArchiveLicensee is authorized to provide digital data service for technical demonstration purpose only.
3831ArchiveAll operations via the INTELSAT satellites are limited to the countries listed in Comsat's international tariff provisions for the space segment components of INTELNET service.
3832E970096 / TelevisaLicensee is authorized to use transponders 1 K-4 K and 6 K-8 K on SOLIDARIDAD II satellite (numbers 1K-4K and 6K-8K, occupying downlink center frequencies from 11.730 GHz to 12.157 GHz) and that these transponders operate with horizontial polarization.
3833E970096 / TelevisaLicensee is authorized to receive Direct-To-Home Fixed-Satellite service (DTH-FSS) television service from Mexico to the United States via Mexico's Solidaridad II satellite located at 113 degrees W.L. This authorization is subject to the continuance in force of the "protocol concerning the transmission and reception of signals from satellites for the provision of Direct-to-Home satellite service in the United States of America and the United Mexican states" signed on November 8, 1996.
3834E970096 / TelevisaThe operation of the receive earth station antennas specified in Televisa International, LLC's application will not be protected from interference from other geostationery satellite networks.
3835E970096 / TelevisaExisting US satellite operations west of 121 degrees W.L. will continue to operate as authorized by the Federal Communications Commission, Televisa International, LLC, operating on Solidaridad II, will accept any interference which may be caused as a result of authorized transmissions from US satellites which occur under authorized coordinated parameters.
3836E970096 / TelevisaLicensee may use earth station antennas for receive-only purposes as specified in its application, File No. 330-DSE- L-97, (.98-.92; .68-.63 meter) but will not receive interference protection from other geostationery satellite networks.
3837E970096 / TelevisaLicensee will maintain a legal presence in the United States for the purpose of service of due process and for customer contact and notify the Federal Communications Commission of any change of address or telephone number.
3838E970096 / TelevisaLicensee will instruct its earth station manufacture(s) to place prominently, a notification, accompanying the customer's instruction manual, stating that Televisa International, LLC (Televisa)'s service may be degraded as resulting of interference and that the Federal Communications Commission is unable to protect Televisa's service from that interference and that the customer should contact Televisa regarding any interference problems. This notice should be written in both Spanish and English language.
3839Ex-C / INTELSATThe extended C-band frequencies are for INTELSAT use only.
384010.7-10.95 GHz, 11.2-11.45 GHz and 12.75-13.25 GHz / Appendix 30B.The use of the bands 10.7-10.95 GHz, 11.2-11.45 GHz and 12.75-13.25 GHz by the fixed-satellite service shall be in accordance with the provisions of Appendix 30B.
384110.7-11.7 GHz and 12.75-13.25 GHz/ international systems.The use of the frequency bands 10.7-11.7 GHz and 12.75-13.25 GHz in the fixed-satellite service is limited to international systems.
3842Extended Ku-bandThe use of extended Ku-band frequency 13997.5-13998.5 MHz has been approved by The National Telecommunications and Information Administration. This authorization is subject to the terms and conditions set forth in the Commission's Report and Order adopted Sepember 12, 1996, (11 FCC Record 11951).
3843ArchiveThis second HUB located at Austin, Texas will serve terminals in The Western US that are currently served by Licensee's existing HUB in West Greenwich, RI call sign (E930182). This HUB will also serve as a back-up for the West Greenwich facility in the event of a mulfunction.
3844Archive / international aeronautical mobile-satellite services / INMARSAT 1st & 2nd satellitesThe licensee is authorized to provide international aeronautical mobile-satellite services in the authorized region via INMARSAT FIRST and SECOND GENERATION satellites consistent with CC Docket No. 87-75 and Gen. Docket No. 84-1234.
3845ArchiveDigital data
3846ArchiveAnalog voice
3847ArchiveDigital voice
3848ArchiveThe authorized frequency band(s) has (have) been cleared with the National Telecommunications and Information Administration.
3849Archive / INMARSAT LMSSThe Licensee(s) shall provide international LMSS via this earth station transmitting to Inmarsat Third Generation satellites on 6425-6439 MHz and 6450-6454 MHz and receiving on 3600-3614 MHz and 3625-3629 MHz.
3850secondary userAs a secondary user of the frequency band, licensee shall not cause harmful interference to primary services in the frequency band and it can not claim protection from harmful interference from primary services in the frequency band.
3851Rx / non-comply w/ Section 25.209The receiving antenna gain pattern(s) does(do) not comply with Section 25.209 of the FCC Rules. The operation of this antenna will not be protected from harmful interference caused by other geostationary satellite networks to the extent that harmful interference would not be expected to be caused to an antenna that is compliant with the antenna performance standards of Section 25.209.
3852ArchiveThe receiving antenna gain pattern(s) does(do) not comply with Section 25.209 of the FCC Rules. Therefore, the receive operation of the antenna (s) will not be protected from interference caused by other geostationery satellite networks that are compliant with the Commission's two-degree spacing rules.
385310.95-11.2 GHz and 11.45-11.7 GHzThe use of the bands 10.95-11.2 GHz and 11.45-11.7 GHz in the fixed-satellite service is limited to international systems.
Code Note Condition
385413.75-14 GHzLicensee shall comply with EIRP density limit 71 dBW in any 6MHz band from 13.77 to 13.78 GHz, per ITU footnote S5.503 and the Section 25.204 (f) of the Commission's Rules.
3855ArchiveUse of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB stations, call signs E4412, E860326, E860013, E990448, E990552, and E000576.
3856Waiver of Section 25.134(a) / AlohaA Waiver request to the Section 25.134(a) of the Commission's Rules is hereby granted for licensee to employ a slotted Aloha network access scheme, which poses the possibility of exceeding the EIRP and EIRP density limits set forth in the Section 25.134(a). This authorization is subject to the final outcome of Commission action on a Petition for Rulemaking, RM-9864.
3857NTIAUse of the authorized frequency bands has been cleared through the National Telecommunications and Information Administration, Frequency Assignment Committee of the Interdepartment Radio Advisory Committee.
3859 Transmission not permitted when Vessel is in transit (moving) from one location to another.
3860 THIS AUTHORIZATION DOES NOT ALLOW FOR ESV (EARTH STATION ON VESSELS) OPERATIONS.
3900 Ka-band earth station operators authorized to access the Anik F2 satellite may not use Anik F2 to provide any Direct-to-Home (DTH) service, Direct Broadcast Satellite (DBS) service, or Digital Audio Radio Service (DARS) to, from, or within the United States.
3901 Telesat Canada's operation of ANIK F2 satellite network, associated with the earth station(s) authorized herein, must comply with its applicable current and future operational requirements as a result of corrdination agreements with other satellite systems.
3902 Telesat Canada is granted a waiver of Section 25.210(a)(3) of the Commission's rules for the purpose of using ANIK F2 to communicate with ALSAT-designated earth stations in the United States in the conventional C-band. This waiver will remain in effect as long as ANIK F2 remains at 111.1 degrees W.L.
3903 ALSAT-designated earth stations are authorized to communicate with ANIK F2 at the 111.1 degrees W.L. oribit location, but only on a non-harmful interference basis.
3904Qualcomm, Inc., for OmniTracs service, per Memorandum Opinion, Order and Authorization 4 FCC Rcd 1543; 1989, released February 14, 1989.Qualcomm, Inc. shall immediately cease operations upon notification of harmful interference into any service that has superior status, either domestically or internationally, in the 11.7-12.2 GHz and 14.0-14.5 GHz frequency bands.
3905Qualcomm, Inc., for OmniTracs service, per Memorandum Opinion, Order and Authorization 4 FCC Rcd 1543; 1989, released February 14, 1989.Qualcomm, Inc. is [**25] not permitted to operate in Mode A in the forward link.
3906Qualcomm, Inc., for OmniTracs service, per Memorandum Opinion, Order and Authorization 4 FCC Rcd 1543; 1989, released February 14, 1989.Qualcomm, Inc. is permitted to operate in Mode B in the forward link only upon the agreement of all affected domestic and international fixfed-satellite operators.
3907Qualcomm, Inc., for OmniTracs service, per Memorandum Opinion, Order and Authorization 4 FCC Rcd 1543; 1989, released February 14, 1989.In the event Qualcomm, Inc. cannot obtain an operational agreement with other satellite operators for Mode B operations, it will be required to restrict these transmissions to the center 2 MHz of the transponder or to the frequencies normally assigned to video carriers and to a maximum satellite carrier EIRP density of not more that +6.0 dBW/4 KHz wthin the service area.
3908Qualcomm, Inc., for OmniTracs service, per Memorandum Opinion, Order and Authorization 4 FCC Rcd 1543; 1989, released February 14, 1989.Individual mobile units are not permitted to transmit unless commanded to do so from the hub terminal via the satellite forward link, and each mobile antenna pattern, during transmission, [**26] shall be properly aligned with the geostationary-satellite orbit so that the mobile antenna's 3-dB beamwidth along the orbital arc is not more than 7 degrees for any orientation of the mobile unit.
3909Qualcomm, Inc., for OmniTracs service, per Memorandum Opinion, Order and Authorization 4 FCC Rcd 1543; 1989, released February 14, 1989.Qualcomm, Inc. shall maintain a point of contact for any interference problems who can arrange to remedy the problem immediately or to terminate operations if necessary.
3910Qualcomm, Inc., for OmniTracs service, per Memorandum Opinion, Order and Authorization 4 FCC Rcd 1543; 1989, released February 14, 1989.Qualcomm, Inc. shall maintain records of the locations of terminals being used in a transportable mode and records of the ownership of vehicles on which the mobile units have been installed.
3911Qualcomm, Inc., for OmniTracs service, per Memorandum Opinion, Order and Authorization 4 FCC Rcd 1543; 1989, released February 14, 1989.Qualcomm, Inc. shall annually file with the Commission the number of each antennas constructed within the year, specifying the number being used in transportable and mobile modes.
3912Qualcomm, Inc., for OmniTracs service, per Memorandum Opinion, Order and Authorization 4 FCC Rcd 1543; 1989, released February 14, 1989.Qualcomm, Inc. shall maintain a log recording all incidents where it is accused of causing harmful interference. The log shall record the nature of each incident, the parties involved, and the outcome. The log shall be maintained for a five year period for each incident. Qualcomm, Inc. shall notify the Commission of any complaints of interference within 14 days of its receiving a complaint. Qualcomm, Inc. shall also inform the Commission [**27] of the outcome of the incident with 14 days of its resolution.
3913 Exxon's METs shall comply with the out-of-band emission limits set forth in Sections 25.202(f) and 25.216 of the Commission's rules. See 47 C.F.R. § 25.202(f); Out-of-Band Emission Order, FCC 02-34 (rel. May 14, 2002). This authorization is limited to the Inmarsat D+ METs manufactured by California Microwave.
3920 This authorization is issued to (1) increase to 15 years license term, (2) increase to 25,000 METs, and (3) eliminate the channel limitation, pursuant to Richtec’s agreement to limit average shutdown time of 1.35 seconds and a maximum shutdown time of 2.6 seconds (File No. SES-MOD-20031126-01728, November 26, 2003) in meeting the priority and preemption requirements for the lower part of the 1.5/1.6 GHz MSS bands sharing with GMDSS services. This condition supercedes the condition 5895 on the previous authorization.
3941 The antenna structure authorized herein must not pose or cause hazard(s) to Aviation Traffic. See Part 17, FCC Rules and Regulations.
3942 Ka-band operations over the Anik F2 satellite network, associated with the earth station(s) authorized herein, shall not cause harmful interference to, nor shall operators accessing this satellite network claim protection from U.S.-authorized services provided by U.S.-licensed satellites and non-U.S.-licensed satellite networks authorized to access the U.S. market that are compliant with the Commission's two-degree spacing rules.
3943 In the future, should the Commission authorize a two-degree compliant U.S.-licensed satellites or access to the U.S. market by a non-U.S.-licensed satellite that is providing Ka-band services that are two-degree compliant, and is located two degrees or more from Anik F2, Telesat Canada would be expected to coordinate in good faith with the licensee of that satellite. If a coordination agreement is not reached, the operation of U.S. routine earth stations communicating with Anik F2 must be on a non-harmful interference basis relative to routinely licensed U.S. services provided by the compliant satellite.
3944 Telesat Canada must coordinate all of its Ka-band downlink operations with the U.S. government systems in accordance with footnote US 334 to the Table of Frequency Allocations, 47 C.F.R. section 2.106.
3945 ALSAT-designated earth stations communicating with ANIK E1 must meet the requirements of Section 25.212 of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R. Section 25.212.
3946 Service is limited to fixed-satellite service, other than direct-to-home service. Provision of direct-to-home services, direct broadcast services, or digital audio radio services are prohibited.
3947 ALSAT- designated earth stations are not authorized to use Anik E2R to provide any Direct-to-Home ("DTH") service, Direct Broadcast Satellite ("DBS") service, or Digitial Audio Service ("DARS") to, from, or within the United States.
3948 Communications between Anik E2R and ALSAT-designated earth stations shall be in compliance with the satellite coordination agreements reached between Canada and other administrations.
4030radiation hazard study.The licensee shall take extraordinary measures to ensure that antennas do not create potential exposure to radiofrequency radiation. Precaution should be taken to prevent human exposure in excess of the FCC specified safety limit 1 mW/sq.cm. For specific guidelines, please refer to FCC OET Bulletin 65.
4102 ALSAT-designated earth stations are only authorized to communicate with Horizons 1 in the 11.7-12.2 and 14.0-14.5 GHz, consistent with the technical parameters contained in the earth station authorization.
4103 Horizons's operation of Horizons 1 shall be in compliance with applicable current and future operational requirements as a result of coordination agreements reached with other satellite systems.
4104 In the future, should the Commission authorize access to the U.S. market by a U.S.-licensed or non-U.S.-licensed satellite that is providing services to the U.S. that are two-degree-compliant, and is located two degrees or more from Horizons 1, Horizons would be expected to coordinate in good faith with the licensee of that satellite.
4105 ALSAT-designated earth stations are not authorized to use Horizonos 1 to provide any Direct-to-Home ("DTH") service, Direct Broadcast Satellite ("DBS") service, or Digital Audio Radio Service ("DARS") to, from, or within the United States.
4106 Horizons shall submit a copy of its final radio authorization, issued by MPHPT, within 15 days following the first successful communications from Horizons 1 at the 127 degrees W.L. orbital location.
4107 The license modification only authorizes Loral Skynet Network Services, Inc. to provide In Orbit Testing ("IOT") and Telemetry, Tracking, and Control ("TT&C") services using the Telstar18 /Apstar V satellite @ 142 Eastern Longitude ("EL") for IOT-TT&C and 138 EL for TT&C Only. The frequency 6425.00 MHz Uplink, frequency 4199.00 MHz down link, with H, V, L, and R polarization will be associated with T/R emission designators ("ED") 960KF2D and M00N0N for IOT and TT&C services only.
4108 Operations of the earth station call sign E030105, shall be consistent with the terms and conditions specified in the Order and Authorization (DA 04-1145, released April 28, 2004), and the technical parameters specified in application, file no. SES-MOD-20040227-00297, for communications with DIRECTV 7S.
4109 Operations of the earth station call sign E980340, shall be consistent with the terms and conditions specified in the Order and Authorization (DA 04-1145, released April 28, 2004), and the technical parameters specified in application, file no. SES-MOD-20040227-00295, for communications with DIRECTV 7S.
4110 Operations of the earth station call sign E930304, shall be consistent with the terms and conditions specified in the Order and Authorization (DA 04-1145, released April 28, 2004), and the technical parameters specified in application, file no. SES-MOD-20040227-00298, for communications with DIRECTV 7S.
4111 Operations of the earth station call sign E030117, shall be consistent with the terms and conditions specified in the Order and Authorization (DA 04-1145, released April 28, 2004), and the technical parameters specified in application, file no. SES-MOD-20040227-00296, for communications with DIRECTV 7S.
4112 ALSAT- designated earth stations are only authorized to transmit to AMOS-2 in the 14.0-14.5 GHz frequency band, consistent with the technical parameters contained in the earth station authorization. Communications in any other band are not permitted.
4113 ALSAT- designated earth stations may not receive transmissions from the AMOS-2 satellite unless expressly authorized by the earth station license.
4114 ALSAT- designated earth stations are not authorized to use AMOS-2 to provide any Direct-to-Home (DTH) service, Direct Broadcast Satellite (DBS) service, or Digital Audio Radio Service (DARS) to, from, or within the United States.
4115Telstar-18/Tongasat for STA TT&C (LEOP)With reference to Article 18 of the ITU Radio Regulations, the United States is not the "government of the country to which" the Telstar 18/ApstarV/Tongasat space station is subject. Operations of earth station call sign E000296 are expressly conditioned upon that space station (or those space stations) having been licensed by the government of the country to which the station is subject.
4116Telstar 18/ApstarV/Tongasat for TT&C (LEOP)With reference to Article 18 of the ITU Radio Regulations, the United States is not the "government of the country to which" the Telstar 18/ApstarV/Tongasat space station is subject. Operations of earth station call sign KA275 are expressly conditioned upon that space station (or those space stations) having been licensed by the government of the country to which the station is subject.
4117WGBOThe earth station antenna shall not transmit at angles less than 5° measured from the horizontal plane to the direction of maximum radiation.
4118telenor amos-2Operation in the 11.45-11.7 GHz band is permitted only with the AMOS-2 satellite at 4 degrees West Longitude, and only for international service from foreign points, in accordance with the technical parameters contained contained in the WB36 license.
4203 The grant of this license is pursuant to NG104.
4204ANIK F3Operations shall be consistent with applicable coordination agreements; to the extent such agreements have not been reached, operations shall be on a non-harmful interference basis, i.e., operations of the ANIK F3 satellite shall not cause interference to, and shall not claim protection from, interference caused to it by any other lawfully operating satellites.
4205ANIK F3EchoStar's DBS and DTH operations must comply with all rules applicable to other Commission DBS/DTH licenses (e.g., the public interest obligations of 47 C.F.R. section 25.701).
Code Note Condition
4206EchoStar Anik F3EchoStar shall comply with the requirement of Section 25.133, that at least one remote must be constructed and in operation within 1 year of the date of this initial Authorization.
4221 This authorization is without prejudice to any action the Commission may deem appropriate, including cancellation, or adoption of additional condititions, in connection with petitions for reconsideration filed in MB Docket No. 03-124.
4222DIRECTV 5Operations shall be consistent with applicable coordination agreements; to the extent such agreements have not been reached, operations shall be on a non-harmful interference basis, i.e., operations of the DIRECTV 5 satellite shall not cause interference to, and shall not claim protection from, interference caused to it by any other lawfully operating satellites.
4223 DIRECTV's DBS and DTH operations must comply with all rules applicable to other Commission DBS/DTH licenses (e.g., the public interest obligations of 47 C.F.R. section 25.701).
4224 DIRECTV must complete construction of its hub earth station and commence operation of its network within 12 months of the date of this Order in accordance with 47 C.F.R. section 25.133(a). DIRECTV must file timely certifications of construction in accordance with 47 C.F.R. section 25.133(b).
4225 During relocation of the DIRECTV 5 satellite, DIRECTV Enterprises, LLC's operations shall be on a non-harmful interference basis, i.e., DIRECTV Enterprises, LLC shall not cause interference to, and shall not claim protection from interference caused to it by, any other lawfully operating satellites.
432413.75-14 GHzThis authorization is subject to coordination with the NASA TRMM Project Office at the Goddard Space Flight Center. The point of contact is the TRMM Project Manager, Mr. Thomas La Vigna (301-286-8351). See letter dated September 8, 1997, from NASA to Philip A. Rubin & Associates, Inc.
4325Archive / INMARSAT satelliteFrequencies in the L-bands will be used only for occasional testing of the L-to-C and C-to-L INMARSAT or INMARSAT Ltd. satellite transponders, frequency translation error correction, and network coordination purposes.
4326non-comply C-band e/s via INTELSATOperations over the INTELSAT satellite networks shall not cause harmful interference to, nor shall operators accessing these satellite networks claim protection from, United States services provided by U.S. authorized satellite networks that are compliant with the Commission's two-degree spacing rules.
4327non-comply C-band e/s via INTELSATOperations over the INTELSAT satellite networks shall not cause harmful interference to, nor shall operators accessing these satellite networks claim protection from, United States-authorized services that are compliant with the Commission's two-degree spacing rules and provided over non-United States authorized satellite networks.
4328non-comply C-band e/s via INTELSATOperations over and access to the INTELSAT satellite networks shall cease immediately upon notification of harmful interference. Complaints of all radio interference shall be forward immediately to the Commission in writing.
4329 The operation with ALSAT Pertmitted List satellites are NOT authorized to communicate with extended C-band 5850-6211, 5850-6425 MHz (transmit frequencies), and 3625-4200 MHz (receive frequency) on this license.
4330 The operation with ALSAT Pertmitted List satellites are NOT authorized to communicate with extended C-band 5850-6425, 5850-6088 MHz (transmit frequencies), and 3625-4200 MHz (receive frequency) on this license.
4331American General ModThis is granted without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement action against American General Finance, Inc. in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities.
4332 The operation with ALSAT Permitted List satellites are NOT authorized to communicate with extended Ku-band 10.95 - 11.2 GHz and 11.45 - 12.2 Ghz (Receive Frequencies) on this license.
4333 The operation with ALSAT satellites are NOT authorized to communicate with extended Ku-band 10.95 - 11.2 GHz and 11.45 - 12.2 Ghz (Receive Frequencies) on this license.
4334 NG182 In the bands 10.95-11.2 GHz and 11.45-11.7 GHz, earth stations on vessels (ESV) may be authorized to communicate with U.S. earth stations through space stations of the fixed satellite service but must accept interference from terrestrial systems operating in accordance with Commission Rules.
4335 In accordance with US Footnote 308, the operation of METs in the 1545.5-1559.0 and 1646.5-1660.5 MHz is on a secondary basis to U.S. AMS[R]S requirements of other U.S.-authorized MSS providers operating in the 1545.5-1559.0 and 1646.5-1660.5 MHz bands.
4336 All half-duplex mobile earth stations terminals (METs) operating in the 1545.5-1559.0 MHz and 1646.5-1660.5 MHZ frequency bands shall have the following requirements: (a) all operating METs must be capable of ceasing transmission and inhibiting any further transmissions within one second of a command from the network LES, or by cessation of a command signal under all circumstances; (b) Each MET, as a minimum, must be capable of selectively operating on a number of discrete channels within the operating band in order to accommodate the need to possibly modify frequency use due to traffic growth and ongoing intersystem frequency coordination; and (c) The requirements for full duplex operation noted in the Provisions 5849 and 5850 shall apply to half-duplex METs.
4337GOOGLE FIBER, INC.The operation of this Earth station in the frequency bands 10950.0-11200.0 and 11450.0-11700.00 is granted only to satellites INTELSAT 9 @ 58 W.L.(S2380) and INTELSAT 1R @ 310.0 E. L.(S2368).
4343 In the 13.75-14.0 GHz band, the user must provide the Naval Electromagnetic Spectrum Center (703-325-2750) a 24hr phone number which would be contacted when National Defense and US naval operation requirements necessitate immediate cessation of operations. The applicant is aware that they would be required to temporarily cease satellite operations on these frequencies until notified otherwise.
4344Lyman Brothers, Inc.In the 13.75-14.0 GHz band, the user must provide the Naval Electromagnetic Spectrum Center (703-325-2750) a 24hr phone number which would be contacted when National Defense and US naval operation requirements necessitate immediate cessation of operations. The applicant is aware that they would be required to temporarily cease satellite operations on these frequencies until notified otherwise.
4345Lyman Brothers, Inc.In the 13.770 to 13.780 GHz band, the EIRP density is limited to 71 dBW per 6 MHz in accordance with footnote US357 of the Table of Frequency Allocations and Section 25.204(f) of the Commission’s rules.
4346Lyman Brothers, Inc.The extended Ku-band frequency band 13750-14000 MHz has been cleared with the National Telecommunications and Information Administration, on November 4, 2005.
4347 The license grant be limited to the 1525-1544, 1545-1559, 1626.5-1645.5, and 1646.5-1660.5 MHz bands only.
5010ArchiveThe nominal EIRP's specified in Section 1 of this license are for clear sky conditions and an earth station antenna elevation angle of 10 degrees. Actual values may be higher or lower depending upon operational requirements and local weather condition. Maximum powers specified may not be exceeded.
5011ArchiveThe Licensee(s) shall maintain on file with the Commission a current list or plan of the precise frequencies in use at the station, specifying for each frequency the RF center frequency, polarization, emission designator, nominal EIRP (in dBW) and maximum EIRP density (in dbW/4kHz). This list or plan may be submitted either on a station-by-station basis or on a system-wide basis and shall be updated within seven (7) days of any changes in frequency usage at this station. The Licensee(s) need not notify the Commission of temporary usage of frequencies for periods of less than seven (7) days. However, the Licensee(s) shall maintain accurate station records of the times and particulars of such temporary frequency usage.
5012ArchiveThe authority granted here is limited to the operation of the facilities described above and does not include any authority to install and operate channelizing equipment or any other authority under Section 214 of the Communications Act of 1934, as amended, to establish channels of communications.
5013ArchiveIn the event of the failure of a satellite with which operations are authorized in Section D of this license, operations are authorized in conjunction with the authorized INTELSAT satellite in the affected Ocean Region that provides the services authorized herein in order to maintain the continuity of commercial service; provided that the licensee(s) immediately notify the Commission of the nature of this emergency and its expected duration; and provided that the operational limits of elevation angle and azimuth range specified in Section C of this license are not exceeded. In the event that such emergency operations require emissions not specified in Section B of this license, such emissions may be utilized provided that the EIRP's of such emissions do not exceed the limits set forth in this license.
5014ArchiveWith respect to potential co-channel interference to or from terrestrial microwave radio stations, the transmit and receive frequency bands listed in this license have been cleared for transmissions to and from satellites located in the geostationary or non-geostationary orbit for the emissions designated in Section B of this license.
5015apply to all LIC applicationsUpon completion of construction, each licensee must file with the Commission a certification including the following information: name of the licensee, file number of the application, call sign of the antenna, date of the license and certification that the facility as authorized has been completed, that each antenna facility has been tested and is within 2 dB of the pattern specified in Section 25.209 and that the station is operational including the date of commencement of service and will remain operational during the license period unless the license is submitted for cancellation.
5017ArchiveOperation of this station is governed by the terms, conditions and limitations in Part 25 of the Commission's Rules and Regulations and the following additional conditions: 1. This license shall not vest in the Licensee(s) any right to operate the station or any right in the use of the frequencies designated in the license beyond its term or in any other manner than authorized in the license; 2. Neither the license nor the right granted under it shall be assigned or otherwise transferred in violation of the Commissions or otherwise transferred in violation of the Communications Act of 1934, as amended, or the Commission's Rules and Regulations issued under it; and 3. This station is subject to the right of use or control conferred by Section 706 of the Communications Act of 1934, as amended.
5018ArchiveThis license shall be forfeited automatically if this station is not ready for operation within the time specified unless, prior to the expiration date of this license, the Commission receives an Application for Additional Time to Construct a Radio Station (FCC Form 701) filed by the Licensee(s) showing good cause why the Licensee(s) could not complete construction on time.
5019ArchiveThis authorization is not to be construed as permitting the provision of any service between earth station locations within the United States.
5021waiver of Section 25.205A waiver of Section 25.205 of the Commission's Rules and Regulations is granted for antenna elevation angles below 5 degrees.
5023ArchiveThe extended C-band frequencies 5850-5925 MHz and 3625-3700 MHz have been cleared with the National Telecommunications & Information Administration. These frequency bands are for INTELSAT use only.
5024Archive / Intersputnik satellite systemProvision of service over the Intersputnik satellite system is subject to any future Commission proceedings concerning use of that system. The continued effectiveness of this license is subject to the outcome of periodic reviews by the Commission and the Executive Branch. If the State Department notifies the Commission that continued use of the Intersputnik system is no longer in the national interest, this authorization will be subject to cancellation. This authorization is not to be construed as including any uplink or downlink authority in other countries, and all communications via Statsionar 4 shall be between the US and those countries authorized in the above-referenced application which Statsionar 4 is authorized by the Commission to serve.
5025Archive / Intersputnik satellite systemProvision of service over the Intersputnik satellite system is subject to any future Commission proceedings concerning use of that system. The continued effectiveness of this license is subject to the outcome of periodic reviews by the Commission and the Executive Branch. If the State Department notifies the Commission that continued use of the Intersputnik system is no longer in the national interest, this authorization will be subject to cancellation. This authorization is not to be construed as including any uplink or downlink authority in other countries, and all communications via Statsionar 4 and Statsionar 11 shall be between the US and those countries authorized in the above-referenced application which Statsionar 4 and Statsionar 11 are authorized by the Commission to serve.
502613.511 - 13.545 GHzThe frequencies 13.511 - 13.545 GHz are currently assigned for shared use by the Federal Government and Private Radio users under Part 90 of the Commission's Rules under section 2.106 of the Commission's Rules (Table of Frequency Allocations). A waiver of Section 2.106 of the Commission's Rules is granted to permit the licensee to use the frequencies 13.511 - 13.545 GHz for a receive only satellite earth station subject to the following conditions: 1. The License is for a receive-only earth station operating in the 13.511 - 13.545 GHz band; 2. This use is not in accordance with the United States Table of Frequency Allocations and is on an unprotested basis; 3. Under this License there is no use of the 14.5 - 15.35 GHz band.
5027Archive / WSDRNOperations of the proposed earth station to communicate with the WSDRN satellite: 1) is restricted to the provision of capacity through the sale or lease of transponder capacity for communications not interconnected with the public-switched message networks (except for emergency restoration service), 2) shall be in accordance with the parameters summarized and conditions described in the INTELSAT Board of Governors document entitled "Article XIV (d) Consultation Concerning the Proposed Use of the WSDRN Satellite System", BE-94-86E, September 10, 1992, and 3) shall be in accordance with all conditions placed on WSDRN by the Commission.
5028ArchiveAll operations via ORION satellite system are restricted to the provision of capacity through the sale or lease of transponder capacity for communications not interconnected with the public-switched message networks (except for emergency restoration service) and shall be in accordance with the technical parameters summarized and conditions described in Attachments No. 1 and 2 to BG-80-33 and Attachments No. 1 and 2 to Addendum No. 1 to BG-80-33, "Technical Consultation Concerning the ORION Satellite System" (May 1989). This authorization is subject to all terms and conditions imposed on the ORION satellite system by the Commission. This authorization is not to be construed as including any uplink or downlink authority in other countries, and all communications via ORION satellite system shall be between the US and those countries authorized in the above-referenced application which ORION satellite system is authorized by the Commission to serve.
5029ArchiveWaiver of Section 25.203(e) of the Commission Rules and Regulations is GRANTED for the beam intersections listed in the application for this facilitiy.
5030ArchiveThe extended C-band frequencies 5850-5925 MHz and 3625-3700 MHz have been cleared with the National Telecommunications & Information Administration. These frequency bands are for New Skies Satellite N.V. 513 @ 183 E.L., 703 @ 57 E.L., 803 @ 338.5 E.L., and 806 @ 319.5 E.L. use only.
5031ArchiveThe extended C-band frequencies of 5850-5925 MHz have been cleared with the National Telecommunications & Information Adminstration. These frequency bands are for New Skies Satellite N.V. 513 @ 183 E.L., 703 @ 57 E.L., 803 @ 338.5 E.L., and 806 @ 319.5 E.L. use only.
5032ArchiveThe extended C-band frequency 5850-5925 MHz has been cleared with the National Telecommunications & Information Administration. This frequency band is for INTELSAT use only.
5033ArchiveThe extended C-band frequency 5850-5925 MHz has been cleared with the National Telecommunications & Information Administration. This frequency band is for New Skies Satellite N.V. 513 @ 183 E.L., 703 @ 57 E.L., 803 @ 338.5 E.L., and 806 @ 319.5 E.L. use only.
5034ArchiveThe extended C-band frequency bands 5923-5924 MHZ and 3698.3-3699.7 MHz have been cleared with the National Telecommunications & Information Administration. These frequency bands are for Telemetry, Tracking & Command (TT&C) communications via EchoStar 1 and 2 satellites.
50353650-3700 MHz / INTELSATThe receiving frequency band 3650-3700 MHz is for INTELSAT use only.
5036ArchiveThe receiving frequency band 3650-3700 MHz is New Skies Satellite N.V. 513 @ 183 E.L., 703 @ 57 E.L., 803 @ 338.5 E.L., 806 @ 319.5 E.L., and/or K @ 338.5 E.L. use only.
5050Archive / INMARSATINMARSAT Standard A maritime mobile-satellite service to ships in the Atlantic Ocean Region-East (AOR-E) via Inmarsat First and Second Generation satellites and international land mobile-satellite services (LMSS) and land-based temporary fixed-satellite services between this earth station and INMARSAT Standard A mobile-satellite terminals in foreign points outside of North America via Inmarsat First and Second Generation satellites. These LMSS services shall include (i) communications within and between foreign countries, excluding Canada and Mexico, and (ii) communications between North America and mobile-satellite terminals located outside North America. Service also shall be excluded to countries for which the United States has an embargo on telecommunications. For purposes of this application, North America is defined as comprising the land area of Canada, Mexico, and the United States including Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and the US Virgin Islands.
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5051Archive / INMARSATInternational aeronautical mobile-satellite services in the AOR-E via Inmarsat First and Second Generation satellites consistent with CC Docket No. 87-75 and Gen. Docket No. 84-1234.
5052Archive / INMARSATTesting of L-band transponders in MMSS and/or LMSS.
5053Archive / INMARSATTesting of L-band transponders for AMSS; testing aircraft earth station equipment limited to frequency translation error correction and network coordination purposes subject to future modifications to assure compliance with any Commission standards concerning these units.
5054Society of Broadcast Engineers / 6425 MHzThe Licensee(s) shall provide the Society of Broadcast Engineers' frequency coordination group in the relevant geographical area with a copy of this earth station proposal with respect to frequency usage above 6425 MHz before operating on those frequencies.
5055Archive / INMARSATThe Licensee(s) shall provide aeronautical satellite service only to aircraft in international flight as defined in the Commission's decision in CC Docket No. 87-75.
5056Archive / INMARSATThe Licensee(s) shall comply with established arrangements for handing-off aeronautical traffic between the Inmarsat system and a domestic system in accordance with the Commission's decision in CC Docket No. 87-75.
5057Archive / INMARSATThe Licensee(s) shall comply with established arrangements for handing-off aeronautical (AMSS) traffic between the INMARSAT system and a domestic system in accordance with the Commission's decision in CC Docket No. 87-75.
5058Archive / INMARSATAll operations shall be conducted on a common carrier basis and shall comply with the Commission's decisions in CC Docket No. 87-75 and General Docket 84-1234.
5059Archive / INMARSATThe Licensee(s) is authorized to provide international LMSS and land-based temporary fixed-satellite services only within the frequency bands specified below which are consistent with the US allocation for maritime services. Thus, the Licensee(s) shall serve only those land mobile-satellite and land-based temporary fixed-satellite terminals communicating in the transmit frequency band 1626.5 - 1645.5 MHz and the receive frequency band 1530 - 1544 MHz for the mobile-to-satellite and satellite-to-mobile links of its international land mobile-satellite services. In addition, users of this service shall obtain the appropriate license or other authorization from the local telecommunications authority of the country in which the terminal will be used and any necessary licenses or authorizations from Agencies or Departments of the United States government (such as Treasury or Commerce). Thus, this authorization shall not be construed as providing domestic uplink or downlink.
5060Archive / INMARSATThe Licensee(s) shall provide international LMSS via this earth station transmitting to Inmarsat Second Generation satellites on 6425 - 6440 MHz and receiving on 3600 - 3620 MHz. The Licensee(s) may also use this earth station when it is providing land mobile-satellite service via Inmarsat First Generation satellites transmitting on 6417.5 - 6425 MHz and recieving on 4192.5 - 4200 MHz, but only when these satellites are being used as backups to the Second Generation satellites.
5061Archive / INMARSATThis authority does not cover the provision of maritime mobile-satellite, international aeronautical mobile-satellite, international land mobile-satellite or land-based temporary fixed-satellite services via any Third Generation (or later) Inmarsat satellites.
5062Archive / INMARSATthe Licensee(s) shall maintain as its first priority the service of maritime commercial, safety and distress needs, and in particular uphold the safety and distress requirements of the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System.
5063Archive / Intersputnik satellite systemProvision of service over the Intersputnik satellite system is subject to any future Commission proceedings concerning use of that system. The continued effectiveness of this license is subject to the outcome of periodic reviews by the Commission and the Executive Branch. If the State department notifies the Commission that the continued use of the Intersputnik system is no longer in the national interest, this authorization will be subject to cancellation. This authorization is not to be construed as including any uplink or downlink authority in other countries, and all communications via the Statsionar 11 shall be between the US and those countries authorized in the above referenced application which Statsionar 11 is authorized by the Commission to serve.
5100ArchiveSubject to the reporting requirement set forth in General Provision C below, authority is granted to transmit any number of RF carriers with the specified parameters on any discrete frequencies within these bands, subject to any additional limitations that be required to avoid unacceptable levels of inter-satellite interference.
5101ArchiveFrequency modulated main carrier by a single channel containing guantized or digital information with the use of a modulating subcarrier, excluding time-division multiplexing for the purposes of Telemetry, Tracking, Control and Monitoring.
5102ArchiveAnalog Video (HALF TRANSPONDER)
5103ArchiveAnalog Video (FULL TRANSPONDER)
5104ArchiveDigital Data (Non-switched)
5105ArchiveDigital Telephony (non-switched)
5106ArchiveDigital Video with associated digital audio/data.
5107ArchiveAnalog video with associated audio.
5108ArchiveSubject to the reporting requirement set forth in General Provision D below, authority is granted to transmit any number of RF carriers with the specified parameters on any discrete frequencies within these bands, subject to any additional limitatins that may be required to avoid unacceptable levels of inter-satellite interference.
5109ArchiveINTELNET service on a non-common carrier basis.
5110ArchiveIntelsat Intelnet service, or Orion-1 non-common carrier voice, facsimile, and data service.
5111ArchiveOrion-1 non-common carrier voice, facsimile, and data service.
5112Archive / INMARSATLicensee is authorized to provide its regularly authorized INMARSAT services via the INMARSAT THIRD GENERATION satellites in accordance with its appropriate Section 214 authorization, File No. I-T-C-96-041, released September 20, 1996.
5113radiation hazard studyThe licensee shall take extraordinary measures to ensure that the antenna does not create a potential for harmful non-ionizing radiation to persons who may be within the immediate vicinity.
5116 ALSAT-designated earth stations are permitted to communicate with NSS-7 located at 22.00 W.L. (338.00 E.L.) to provide fixed satellite service in the United States other than direct-to-home service. Provision of direct-to-home services, direct broadcast services, or digital audio radio services are prohibited.
5117 ALSAT- designated earth stations are granted a waiver of Sections 25.20(g), 25.210(a)(1), 25.210(a)(3), 25.210(i) and 25.211(a) of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R. "25.202(g), 25.210(a)(1), 25.210(a)(3), 25.211(a), and 25.210(i) for the limited purpose of communicating with NSS-7 in the conventional C-and Ku-bands, subject to the conditions set forth in its earth station license and set forth in New Skies Satellites, N.V., Petition for Declaratory Ruling, Order, DA 02-1256 (Int'l Bur., Sat. Div., released May 28, 2002), as modified by Public Notice SPB-181, Revision of Permitted List Entry for the NSS-7 Satellite to Remove Coordination Conditions, DA 02-3179 (released November 15, 2002).
5118 ALSAT - designated earth stations are permitted to communicate with NSS-7, provided that New Skies Satellites, N.V., remains in compliance with all applicable international stellite coordination agreements.
5119 ALSAT-designated earth stations are permitted to communicate with Solidaridad 2 to provide service in the United States on a non-interference basis relative to two-degree compliant operations.
5120 In the event that the Commission authorizes access to the U.S. market by a satellite that is two-degree-compliant, and is located within two degrees of Solidaridad 2, ALSAT-designated earth stations are permitted to communicate with Solidaridad 2 to provide service in the United States, but only on a non-interference basis unless and until Satellites Mexicanos, S.A. de C.V. reaches a coordination agreement with that two-degree-compliant satellite system.
5121 ALSAT-designated earth stations communicating with Solidaridad 2 must meet the requirements of Section 25.212 of the Comission's rules, 47 C.F.R. section 25.212.
5122 This STA for Call Sign: E980250, File number: SES-STA-20040407-00521, authorizes Loral Skynet Network Services, Inc. (Debtor-in-Possession) solely to transmit and receive Earth station Telemetry, Tracking, and Control ("TT&C") communications for the Telstar18 /Apstar V/Tongasat satellite, from the earth station located at Kapolei, Hawaii, starting on June 22, 2004, for a period of up to 90 days, while the satellite is located at the temporary in-orbit-test location of 142 Eastern Longitude ("EL"), later at the temporary in-orbit-test location of 138.05 EL, and while it is transiting between those locations, or from those locations to its permanent operational location of 138 EL. This STA authorizes transmission of only the frequency 6425.00 MHz, and reception of only the frequency 4199.00 MHz, with H, V, L, and R polarization associated with respectively, the Transmit and Receive emission designator 960KF2D.
5123 With reference to Article 18 of the ITU Radio Regulations, the United States is not the "government of the country to which" the Telstar 18/ApstarV/Tongasat space station "is subject," and is not acting on behalf of any other government. Operations of earth station call sign [E980250] are expressly conditioned upon that space station (or those space stations) having been licensed, within the meaning of Article 18, by the government, or on behalf of the government, of the country to which the station is subject.
5124 Communications with the Telstar 18/ApstarV satellite at 138.0 E.L. from earth station located at Kapolei, Hawaii is limited to TT&C transmission at 6425.00 MHz and reception at 4199.00 MHz, respectively.
5125 Licensee shall not cause harmful interference to any other lawfully operating satellite or radio facility and shall cease operations upon notification of such interference.
5126 Based on PanAmSat Licensee Corp.'s representations, we find that grant of Special Temporary Authority would serve the public interest, convenience, and necessity. Accordingly, Special Temporary Authority is hereby granted for a 60-day period, commencing June 25, 2004, and ending August 25, 2004, to PanAmSat for its Direct Broadcast operations, as described above, subject to the condition that this STA is granted without prejudice to any enforcement action the Commission may deem appropriate for potential violation of Commission rules, and without prejudice to any decision the Commission may make respect to the underlying pending application.
5127DirecTV 3 to provide TT&C support to drift.Grant of this STA is without prejudice to possible enforcement action in connection with operations of the subject earth station prior to the grant of this STA.
5128Frequencies 6587 to 6687 MHz and 6689 to 6699 MHz to communicate with Mabuhay satellite.The transmit frequencies 6587 to 6687 MHz and 6689 to 6699 MHz, as authorizes herein , are restricted to use with only the Mabuhay satellite. The orbital location of Mabuhay is 146 E.L.
5129Iridium Satellite LLC to add amplifier equipmentThe Eagle Broadband, Inc. full-duplex MSS repeaters added via this modification are to be used only with non-common-carrier subscriber terminals, i.e. terminals provided to government users and served by the Iridium DoD gateway. It is the responsibility of the Licensee to insure that common-carrier subscriber terminals, i.e., those offered as CMRS under Section 20.9(a)(10) of the Commission's rules, do not make use of these repeaters.
5130 This action is without prejudice to any enforcement action with respect to operation of full-duplex MSS repeaters prior to the date of this grant.
5200ArchiveThe provision of purely US domestic service via non-US satellites, and PAS-1, PAS-2, and PAS-4 is not authorized, and all services shall be on a non-common carrier basis non-interconnected to the public switched networks.
5201ArchiveProduction & Satellite Services, Inc. is authorized to provide transborder services between the United States and Canada via the ANIK satellite system and between the United States and Mexico via the Morelos/Solidaridad satellite system consistent with the technical parameters contained in the applicant's domestic satellite earth station license.
5202Archive / this condition is replaced by 5880Use of this facility to provide international service on a common carrier basis will require appropriate authorization under Section 214 of the Communication Act of 1934, as amended.
5203ArchiveAll communications shall be in accordance with the satellites and services which have completed consultations under Article XIV(d) of the INTELSAT Agreement and which the Commission has approved.
5204ArchiveAll operations via PAS-1 are restricted to the provision of capacity through the sale or lease of transponder capacity for communications not interconnected with the public-switched message networks (except for emergency restoration service) and shall be in accordance with the technical parameters summarized and conditions described in Attechment No. 1 to AP-11-10-E, "Report by the Board of Governors to the Eleventh Assembly of Parties Pursuant to Article XIV (d) on the PanAmSat Sarellite Network" (February 1987). This authorization is subject to all terms and conditions imposed on the PANAMSAT satellite system by the Comission. This authorization is not to be construed as including any uplink or downlink authority in other countries, and all communications via PAS-1 shall be between the US and those countries authorized in the above-reference application which PAS-1 is authorized by the Commission to serve.
5205ArchiveAll operations via PAS-2 are restricted to the provision of capacity through the sale or lease of transponder capacity for communications interconnected and non-interconnected with the public-switched message networks and shall be in accordance with the technical parameters summarized and conditions described in BG-100-49, (February 1991) "Article XIV (d) Technical Consultation Concerning the Proposed Use of the PanAmSat Satellite Network at 417E (USASAT 13G). Operaions shall also be in accordance with the parameters for services, both interconnected and non-interconnected to the public switched networks summarized in BG-100-15, (February 1994), "Requests for Article XIV Consultations". This authoruzation is subject to all terms and conditions imposed on the PANAMSAT satellite system by the Commission. This authorization is not to be construed as including any uplink or downlink authority in other countries, and all communications via PAS-2 shall be between the US.
5206ArchiveAll operations via PAS-4 are restricted to the provision of capacity through the sale or lease of transponder capacity for communications interconnected and non-interconnected with the public-switched message networks and shall be in accordance with the technical parameters summarized and conditions described in BG-98-34, (July 1993) "Article XIV (d) Technical Consultation Concerning the Proposed Use of the PanAmSat Satellite Network at 169E (USASAT 14G). Operations shall also be in accordance with the parameters for services, both interconnected and noninterconnected to the public switched networks summarized in BG-98-15, (September 1993), "Requests for Article XIV Consultations". This authorization is subject to all terms and conditions imposed on the PANAMSAT satellite system by the Commission. This authorization is not to be construed as including any uplink or downlink authority in other countries, and all communications via PAS-4 shall be between the US.
5207ArchiveThis action constitutes the final step with respect to the provision of the transborder services only insofar as the US regulatory process is concerned. However, this authority shall not be construed as authorizing the distribution of programming where the appropriare copyright clearances have not been obtained or where the US Government has determined that appropriate copyright protection does not otherwise exist.
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5208Radiation HazardThe licensee shall take all necessary measures to ensure that the antenna does not create potential exposure of humans to radiofrequency radiation in excess of the FCC exposure limits defined in 47 CFR 1.1307(b) and 1.1310 wherever such exposures might occur. Measures must be taken to ensure compliance with limits for both occupational/controlled exposure and for general population/uncontrolled exposure, as defined in these rule sections. Compliance can be accomplished in most cases by appropriate restrictions, such as fencing. Requirements for restrictions can be determined by predictions based on calculations, modeling, or by field measurements. The FCC's OET Bulletin 65 (available on-line at www.fcc.gov/oet/rfsafety) provides information on predicting exposure levels and on methods for ensuring compliance, including the use of warning and alerting signs and protective equipment for workers.
5209ArchiveAll operations via the INTELSATsatellites are limited to the countries listed in Comsat's international tariff provisions for the space segment components of international analog video with associated audio service.
5210ArchiveLicensee is authorized to provide transborder services between the United States and Canada via satellites of the ANIK system and between the United States and Mexico via satellites of the Morelos and Solidaridad systems.
5211ArchiveLicensee is authorized to provide transborder services between the United States and Canada via satellites of the ANIK system.
5212ArchiveLicensee is authorized to provide transborder services between the United States and Mexico via satellites of the Morelos and Solidaridad systems.
5213ArchiveThe provision of purely US domestic service via INTELSAT, PAS-1, ANIK, Morelos and Solidaridad satellites is prohibited.
5214ArchiveThe authority granted here is limited to the operation of the facilities described above and does not include any authority to install and operate channelizing equipment or any other authority under Section 214 of the Communications Act of 1934, as amended, to establish channels of communication.
5215ArchiveAll operations shall be on a common carrier basis.
5216ArchiveAll operations shall be on a non-common carrier basis.
5217ArchiveThe bottom of the satellite dish shall not be less than ____meters above ground level. The overall height of the station shall not exceed ___ meters above ground level.
5218ArchiveAll operations via TDRS-41and TDRS-174 are restricted to the provision of capacity through the sale or lease of transponder capacity for communications not interconnected with the public-switched message networks (except for emergency restoration service) and shall be in accordance with the parameters summarized and conditions described in the INTELSAT Board of Governors document entitled "Article XIV (d) Consultation Concerning the Proposed Use of the Columbia Satellite System", BG-90-67E, August 27, 1991. This authorization is subject to all terms and conditions imposed on the Columbia satellite system by the Commission. This autorization is not to be construed as including any uplink or downlink authority in other countries, and all communications via TDRS-41 and TDRS-174 shall be between the US and those countries authorized in the above-referenced application which TDRS-41 and TDRS-174 is authorized by the Commission to serve.
5219ArchiveAll operations via TDRS-41are restricted to the provision of capacity through the sale or lease of transponder capacity for communications not interconnected with the public-switched message networks (except for emergency restoration service) and shall be in accordance with the parameters summarized and conditions described in the INTELSAT Board of Governors document entitled "Article XIV (d) Consultation Concerning the Proposed Use of the Columbia Satellite System", BG-90-67E, August 27, 1991. This authorization is subject to all terms and conditions imposed on the Columbia satellite system by the Commission. This autorization is not to be construed as including any uplink or downlink authority in other countries, and all communications via TDRS-41 shall be between the US and those countries authorized in the above-referenced application which TDRS-41 is authorized by the Commission to serve.
5220ArchiveAll operations via TDRS-174 are restricted to the provision of capacity through the sale or lease of transponder capacity for communications not interconnected with the public-switched message networks (except for emergency restoration service) and shall be in accordance with the parameters summarized and conditions described in the INTELSAT Board of Governors document entitled "Article XIV (d) Consultation Concerning the Proposed Use of the Columbia Satellite System", BG-90-67E, August 27, 1991. This authorization is subject to all terms and conditions imposed on the Columbia satellite system by the Commission. This autorization is not to be construed as including any uplink or downlink authority in other countries, and all communications via TDRS-174 shall be between the US and those countries authorized in the above-referenced application which TDRS-174 is authorized by the Commission to serve.
5221Archive / Intersputnik satellite systemProvision of service over the Intersputnik satellite system is subject to any future Commission proceedings concerning use of that system. The continued effectiveness of this license is subject to the outcome of periodic reviews by the Commission and the Executive Branch. If the State Department notifies the Commission that continued use of the Intersputnik system is no longer in the national interest, this authorization will be subject to cancellation. This authorization is not to be construed as including any uplink or downlink authority in other countries, and all communications via Statsionar 4 and Statsionar 11 shall be between the US and those countries authorized in the above-referenced application which Statsionar 4 and Statsionar 11 are authorized by the Commission to serve.
5222ArchiveThe provision of purely domestic service via non-ALSAT satellites is prohibited.
5223ArchiveAll operations via the PANAMSAT satellite system are restricted to the provision of capacity through the sale or lease of transponder capacity for communications not interconnected to the public switched network. This authorization is subject to all terms and conditions imposed on the PANAMSAT satellite system by the Commission. This autorization is not to be construed as including any uplink or downlink authority in other countries, and all communications via PANAMSAT satellite system shall be between the US and those countries authorized in the above-referenced application which PANAMSAT satellite system is authorized by the Commission to serve.
5224ArchiveProvision of service over the Intersputnik satellite system is subject to any future Commission proceedings concerning use of that system. The continued effectiveness of this license is subject to the outcome of periodic reviews by the Commission and the Executive Branch. If the State Department notifies the Commission that continued use of the Intersputnik system is no longer in the national interest, this authorization will be subject to cancellation. This authorization is not to be construed as including any uplink or downlink authority in other countries, and all communications via Statsionar 11 shall be between the US and those countries authorized in the above-referenced application which Statsionar 11 is authorized by the Commission to serve.
5225Video service / copyright protectionThis action constitutes the final step with respect to the provision of the services only insofar as the US regulatory process is concerned. However, this authority shall not be construed as authorizing the distribution of programming where the approriate copyright clearances have not been obtained or where the U.S. Government has determined that appropriate copyright protection does not otherwise exist.
5226not interconnected to the public switched network.All services are not interconnected to the public switched network.
5227Geizer satelliteOperations of this earth station to communicate with the Geizer satellite: 1) is restricted to the provision of capacity through the sale or lease of transponder capacity for communications not interconnected with the public switched message networks (except for emergency restoration service), 2) shall be in accordance with the parameters summarized and conditions described in the INTERSAR Board of Governors document entitled "Article XIV (d) Consultation Concerning the Proposed Use of the Geizer Satellite by the United States," BG-92-3, September 12, 1989, BG-92-61 and BG-92-62, and 3) shall be in accordance with all conditions placed on the Geizer satellite by the Commission.
5228ArchiveThe licensee shall take extraordinary measures to ensure that the antenna does not create a potential for harmful non-ionizing radiation to persons who may be within the immediate vicinity since this earth station exceeds the radiation hazard level of 5 mW/cm2. This shall include but not be limited to roping off an area or establishing a physical barrier with in a radius of at least 20 feet surrounding the antenna or the trailer on which it is mounted. During actual transmissions, warning signs shall be posted informing all persons to keep outside the roped off area.
5229ArchiveThe bottom of the satellite dish shall not be less than 11 feet above ground level. The overall height of the station shall not exceed 19.2 feet above ground level.
5230ArchiveLicensee is authorized to provide services between the United States and Antiqua, Bahamas, Honduras, Venezuela, El Salvador and Mexico via satellites of the Morelos and Solidaridad systems.
5231 The two proposed antennas have the potential interference with the facilities licensed to AirTouch Cellular and Keystone Communications, L.P. Therefore, the Licensee is required to install a shielding which minimizes the potential interference in the north and north-east directions. This shielding will have a maximum height of 20 feet and will have the following characteristics: * Material: Metallic mesh * Type: No.16, Al or galvanized steel * Thickness: Diam 15 mils * Effectiveness: 34 dB or better @ 6 GHz
5232ArchiveAll operations via the INTELSAT satellites are limited to the countries excluding the restricted countries listed in Comsat's international tariff provisions for the space components of multipurpose services.
5233ArchiveEarth station is authorized to receive tracking, telemetry and command signals from US licensed international satellites.
5234ArchiveProvision of service over the Intersputnik satellite system is subject to any future Commission proceedings concerning use of that system. The continued effectiveness of this license is subject to the outcome of periodic reviews by the Commission and the Executive Branch. If the State Department notifies the Commission that continued use of the Intersputnik system is no longer in the national interest, this authorization will be subject to cancellation. This authorization is not to be construed as including any uplink or downlink authority in other countries, and all communications via Statsionar 8 shall be between the US and those countries authorized in the above-referenced application which Statsionar 8 is authorized by the Commission to serve.
5235ArchiveAll operations via the INTELSAT satellites are limited to the countries listed in Comsat's international tariff provisions for the space segment components of IDR and IBS and related digital video services.
5236ArchiveAll operations via the INTELSAT satellites are limited to the countries listed in Comsat's international tariff provisions for the space segment components of IDR services.
5237ArchiveLicensee is authorized to provide services between the United States and Mexico via satellites of the Morelos and Solidaridad systems.
5238ArchiveAll operations shall be on a non-common carrier basis, and all services are not interconnected to the public switched network.
5239ArchiveUse of this band by the fixed-satellite service is limited to international systems.
5240ArchiveAll operations via the INTELSAT satellites are limited to the countries excluding the restricted countries listed in Comsat's international tariff provisions for the space components of authorized services in Section B..
524110950 - 11200 and 11450 - 11700 MHz / international service.The use of the frequency bands 10950 - 11200 and 11450 - 11700 MHz in the fixed satellite service is limited to international service.
5300ArchiveThe receiving frequency bands 10.95 - 11.2 GHz and 11.45 - 11.7 GHz are for INTELSAT use only.
5301ArchiveAll operations via Columbia satellites systems are restricted to the provision of capacity through the sale or lease of transponder capacity for communications not interconnected with the public-switched message networks (except for emergency restoration service) and shall be in accordance with the parameters summarized and conditions described in the INTELSAT Board of Governors document entitled "Article XIV (d) Consultation Concerning the Proposed Use of the Columbia Satellite System", BG-90-67E, August 27, 1991. This authoriztion is subject to all terms and conditions imposed on the Columbia satellite system by the Commission. This authorization is not to be construed as including any uplink or downlink authority in other countries, and all communications via Columbia satellite systems shall be between the US and those countries authorized in the above-referenced application which Columbia satellites is authorized.
5302ArchiveThe provision of purely domestic service via non-US licensed satellites is prohibited.
5303ArchiveAll operations via the INTELSAT satellite system are limited to countries listed in COMSAT'S International Tariff provisions for the space segment components of INTELSAT Business Service (IBS) and related digital video service.
5304ArchiveLicense is authorized to provide INTELSAT Business Service (IBS) between its earth station in Sedalia, Colorado, and MCI HUB station in Andover, Maine via INTELSAT 630 satellite as an incidental part of its international VSAT systems between the US and Mexico, Venezuela, Argentina, Bolivia, Ecuador, Trinidad, Alegeria, Malabo, Cameroon, Angola and Equatorial Guinea.
5305ArchiveRestoration of digital undersea cables in the Pacific Ocean Region utilizing QPSK modulation.
5306ArchiveThe earth stations listed in Comsat's international tariff provisions for the space segment components of digital under sea cable restoration service.
5307ArchiveThe earth stations listed in Comsat's international tariff provisions for the space segment components of International Data Rate (IDR) service and INTELSAT Business Service (IBS) and related digital video service between the US mainland and Guam only. All services shall be on a common carrier basis and in accordance with the Licensee's appropriate Section 214 authorizations.
5308ArchiveThe authorized station shall be used to receive DirecPC service in the State of Alaska via the ANIK E1 satellite.
5309ArchiveLicensee is authorized to provide domestic US service via the Canadian satellite(s) because of a shortage of available domestic US satellite capacity. See Letter from Bertram Rein, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs, US Department of State, to Kenneth Williamson, Minister of Embassy of Canada (November 7, 1972).
5310ArchiveThe licensee is authorized to provide digital data and/or voice associated with Satellite News Gathering (SNG) operations.
5311ArchiveThe receiving frequency bands 10.95 - 11.2 GHz and 11.45 - 11.7 GHz are for New Skies Satellite N.V. 513 @ 183 E.L., 703 @ 57 E.L., 803 @ 338.5 E.L., 806 @ 319.5 E.L., and K @ 338.5 E.L. use only.
5312ArchiveAll services shall be in accordance with Communications Satellite Corporation's Section 214 authorization ITC-92-144 (released August 19, 1992).
5405radionavigationIn the 1164-1215 MHz band operations shall not cause harmful interference to, nor claim protection from, stations of the aeronautical radionavigation service.
5406radionavigationUS385 The band 1164-1215 MHz is also allocated to the radionavigation-satellite service (space-to-Earth, space-to-space) on a primary basis. In this band, stations in the radionavigation-satellite service shall not cause harmful interference to, nor claim protection from, stations of the aeronautical radionavigation service.
5407radionavigation5.328A Stations in the radionavigation-satellite service in the band 1164-1215 MHz shall operate in accordance with the provisions of Resolution 609 (WRC-03) and shall not claim protection from stations in the aeronautical radionavigation service in the band 960-1215 MHz. No. 5.43A does not apply. The provisions of No. 21.18 shall apply.
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5408radionavigation NDTNational Digital Television shall complete all coordination of its authorized uplink spectrum in the 6615.2-6649.52 MHz and 6666.2-6700.67 MHz frequency bands with terrestrial FS operators pursuant to Section 25.203 of the Commission's rules prior to filing its earth station application. National Digital Television is also required to cordinate these frequency bands with all existing, authorized FSS system operators prior to commencing operations. Additionally, National Digital Television will not be entitled to protection from interference until it has completed coordination.
5409radionavigation NDTNational Digital Television shall comply with all requirements of ITU-R Resolution 609 (WRC-03) regarding its use to the 1164-1215 MHz frequency band. Specifically, National Digital Television is required to continue participating in the ITU-R Resolution 609 consultation meetings and coordinate in good faith with other RNSS operators at the meetings. Additionally, National Digital Television is required to report the result of these consultation meetings to the Commission within thirty days after the conclusion of the meetings.
5410radionavigation NDTNational Digital Television shall not cause harmful interference to, nor claim protection from, stations of the aeronautical radionavigation service in the 1164-1215 MHz frequency band.
5411BoeingIf the operator of an authorized space station point of communication has coordination agreements with adjacent FSS satellite operators up to six degrees away, then AESs may operate such that the aggregate off-axis EIRP spectral density for co-polarized signals, emitted from all simultaneously transmitting AES antennas in the plane of the geostationary satellite orbit as it appears at the particular earth station location (i.e., the plane determined by the focal point of the antenna and the line tangent to the arc of the geostationary satellite orbit at the position of the target satellite), are within agreed-to parameters and up to coordinated power levels. If the operator of an authorized space station point of communication does not have agreements with one or more adjacent operators up to six degrees away, then the aggregate off-axis EIRP spectral density for co-polarized signals, emitted from all simultaneously transmitting AES antennas in the plane of the geostationary satellite orbit as it appears at the particular earth station location (i.e., the plane determined by the focal point of the antenna and the line tangent to the arc of the geostationary satellite orbit at the position of the target satellite), shall not exceed a 1 dB margin below the following values: 15 - 25log(THETA) dBW/4kHz for 1.25° <= THETA <= 7.0° -6 dBW/4kHz for 7.0° < THETA <= 9.2° 18 - 25log(THETA) dBW/4kHz for 9.2° < THETA <= 48° -24 dBW/4kHz for 48° < THETA <= 180° For THETA>7°, the values above may be exceeded by no more than 10% of the sidelobes, provided no individual sidelobe exceeds the criteria given by more than 3 dB. In all other directions, the off-axis EIRP spectral density for co-polarized signals emitted from the AES shall not exceed a 1 dB margin below the following values: 18 - 25log(THETA) dBW/4kHz for 1.25° <= THETA <= 48° -24 dBW/4kHz for 48° < THETA <= 180° In all directions, the off-axis EIRP spectral density for cross-polarized signals emitted from the AES shall not exceed a 1 dB margin below the following values: 5 - 25log(THETA) dBW/4kHz for 1.8° <= THETA <= 7° -16 dBW/4kHz for 7° <= THETA <= 9.2° where THETA is the angle in degrees from the axis of the main lobe.
5412BoeingWithin 90 days of this authorization for the model eX500 antenna, submission of the following data is required: A series of e.i.r.p. density charts or tables, calculated for a production earth station antenna using maximum input power, based on measurements taken on a calibrated antenna range at 14.2 GHz, with the off-axis e.i.r.p. envelope set forth in Condition 5411 superimposed, as follows: (i) Showing off-axis co-polarized e.i.r.p. spectral density in the azimuth plane, for off-axis angles from minus 10° to plus 10° and from minus 180° to plus 180°. (ii) Showing off-axis co-polarized e.i.r.p. spectral density in the elevation plane, at off-axis angles from 0° to plus 30°. (iii) Showing off-axis cross-polarized e.i.r.p. spectral density in the azimuth plane, at off-axis angles from minus 10° to plus 10°. (iv) Showing off-axis cross-polarized e.i.r.p. spectral density in the elevation plane, at off-axis angles from minus 10° to plus 10°;
5413 Lockheed Martin Corporation shall complete all coordination of its authorized uplink spectrum in the 6666.2-6686.7 MHz and 6615.17-6635.67 MHz frequency bands with terrestrial FS operators pursuant to Section 25.203 of the Commission's rules prior to filing its earth station application. Lockheed is also required to cordinate these frequency bands with all existing, authorized FSS system operators prior to commencing operations. Additionally, Lockheed Martin Corporation will not be entitled to protection from interference until it has completed coordination.
5414Lockheed MartinLockheed Martin Corporation shall complete all coordination of its authorized uplink spectrum in the 6666.2-6686.7 MHz and 6615.15 - 6635.67 MHz frequency bands with terrestrial FS operators pursuant to Section 25.203 of the Commission's rules prior to filing its earth station application. Lockheed is also required to coordinate these frequency bands with all existing, authorized FSS system operators prior to commencing operations. Additionally, Lockheed Martin Corporation will not be entitled to protection from interference until it has completed coordination.
5415 This authorization is subject to any pertinent rules subsequently adopted by the Commission in IB Docket No. 05-20 or any related proceedings.
5416 This authorization is pursuant to previous granted Orders; 1. AMSC Subsidiary Corporation, Order and Authorization, 10 FCC Rcd 10458 (1995); AMSC Subsidiary Corporation, Order on Reconsideration, 11 FCC Rcd 5527 (1995); File No. 179-DSE-MP/L-97. 2. Mobile Satellite Ventures Subsidiary LLC, Memorandum Opinion, Order and Authorization, 19 FCC Rcd 4672 (2004). Accordingly, MSV is currently authorized to operate 50,100 half-duplex METs in the lower L-band (33,100 half-duplex METs authorized in 1995-96 and an additional 17,000 METs authorized in 2004).
5417NSS-7The remotes in this authorization are limited to communicate with NSS-7 satellite only.
5418TelenorThe user must provide the NAVAL ELECTROMAGNETIC SPECTRUM CENTER(703-325-2750) a 24hr phone number which would be contacted when national defense and US naval operation requirements necessitate immediate cessation of operations. The licensee is aware that they would be required to temporarily cease satellite operations on these frequencies until notified otherwise.
5419 ORBIMAGE’s downlink operations on the frequencies centered at 8210 MHz and 8394 MHz with Orbview-5 should not interfere with the Federal Aviation Authority's fixed microwave links transmitting in a 20 megahertz bandwidth channel at 8390 MHz center frequency from Fort Meade, MD and Fairfax station, VA.
5420 ORBIMAGE’s downlink operation on the frequency centered at 8394 MHz with Orbview-5 should not cause interference to the Defense Satellite Communications System satellite's uplink operations in Virginia and Earechson, Alaska.
5421CRISWELL CollegeThis is granted without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement action against CRISWELL College in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities.
5422 The use of the authorized freqency band has been approved by the Society of Broadcast Engineers (SBE) in the relevant state to 5 degree elevation angle.
5500ArchiveAll services via non-ALSAT satellites are not interconnected to the public-switched network.
5501ArchiveAll services via non-ALSAT satellites are interconnected to the public-switched network.
5510ArchiveServices via INTELSAT satellites: Analog video.
5511ArchiveServices via INTELSAT satellites: Analog video with associated audio.
5512ArchiveServices via INTELSAT satellites: Digital video.
5513ArchiveServices via INTELSAT Satellites: Digital video with associated audio.
5514ArchiveServices via INTELSAT satellites: INTELSAT INTELNET service.
5515ArchiveServices via INTELSAT satellites: INTELSAT Business service (IBS)
5516ArchiveServices via INTELSAT satellites: INTELSAT Business Service (IBS) and related digial video.
5517ArchiveServices via INTELSAT satellites: INTELSAT Intermediate Data Rate (IDR) service.
5518ArchiveServices via INTELSAT satellites: INTELSAT Business service (IBS) and Intermediate Data Rate (IDR) services.
5519ArchiveServices via INTELSAT satellites: Analog Single Channel Per Carrier (SCPC) voice.
5520ArchiveServices via INTELSATsatellites: Analog Single Channel Per Carrier (SCPC) data.
5522ArchiveServices via INTELSAT satellites: FDM/FM or SCPC message carrier.
5523ArchiveServices via INTELSAT satellites: FDM/FM and/or CFDM.
5524ArchiveAll operations via the INTELSAT AOR satellites are limited to the countries listed in Comsat's international tariff provisions for the space segment components of international digital video.
5525ArchiveThis authorization is issued pursuant to the Commission's Report and Order released January 22, 1996 (FCC 96-14), Disco I.
5526ArchiveUse of the 3650-3700 MHz band is subject to potential future restrictions under consideration in ET Docket No. 98-237. See Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, FCC 98-337 (released December 18, 1998)
5602Archive / replaced by 3453Licensee is authorized to provide direct-to-home (DTH) service from the United States to Mexico via the SOLIDARIDAD II satellite. This authorization is subject to the continuance in force of the "protocol concerning the transmission and reception of signals from satellites for the provision of Direct-to-Home Satellite services in the United States of America and the United Mexican States" signed on November 8, 1996.
5604 Licensee is urged, but is not required, to cooperate voluntarily with NASA in order to facilitate continued operation of the NASA TRMM in the 13.793-13.805 GHZ band.
5605 The user must provide the Naval Electromagnetic Spectrum Center (703-325-2750) a 24hr phone number which would be contacted when National Defense and US Naval operation requirements necessiate immediate cessation of operations. The applicant is aware that they would be required to temporarily cease satellite operations on these frequencies until notified otherwise.
5606KA312, KA313The use of the frequency bands 3700-4200 MHz and 5925-6425 MHz shall be limited to communication with ALSAT only.
5610ArchiveServices via non-INTELSAT, non-ALSAT satellites: Analog video.
5611ArchiveServices via non-INTELSAT, non-ALSAT satellites: Analog video with associated audio.
5612ArchiveServices via non-INTELSAT, non-ALSAT satellites: digital video.
5613ArchiveServices via non-INTELSAT, non-ALSAT satellites: Digital video with associated audio.
5614ArchiveServices via non-INTELSAT, non-ALSAT satellites: Analog and digital video.
5615ArchiveServives via non-INTELSAT, non-ALSAT satellites: Analog and digital video with associated audio.
5616ArchiveServices via non-INTTELSAT, non-ALSAT satellites: Analog data.
5617ArchiveServices via non-INTELSAT, non-ALSAT satellites: Digital data.
5618ArchiveServices via non-INTELSAT, non-ALSAT satellites: Analog and digital data.
5619ArchiveServices via non-INTELSAT, non-ALSAT satellites: Analog audio.
5620ArchiveServices via non-INTELSAT, non-ALSAT satellites: Digital audio.
5621ArchiveServices via non-INTELSAT, non-ALSAT satellites: Analog and digital audio.
5622ArchiveServices via non-INTELSAT, non-ALSAT satellites: Analog voice.
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5623ArchiveServices via non-INTELSAT, non-ALSAT satellites: Digital voice.
5624ArchiveServices via non-INTELSAT, non-ALSAT satellites: Analog and digital voice.
5625ArchiveServices via INTELSAT satellites: Datanet
5626ArchiveALSAT USE ONLY.
5627ArchiveVoice, data, facsimile, and video services.
5629ArchiveNo protection from radio intering from terrestrial microwave facilities is accorded. The receiving earth stations are associated with this authorization.
5630ArchiveInternational services shall be consistent with this emission designator, the underlying title III application(s) and the acquisition of any necessary Section 214 authority.
5631ArchiveExtended C-band frequencies 5850 - 5925 MHz and 3625 - 3700 MHz were cleared by NTIA on February 3, 1992 and June 24, 1993.
5632ArchiveThe two Siemens #1120 transmitters are switchable between call sign WA21(Etam #1) and call sign KA378 (Etam #2) earth stations.
5633ArchiveTHE FREQUENCY BANDS 109500 - 112000 MHz AND 114700- 117000 MHz ARE FOR INTELSAT USE ONLY.
5634ArchiveThe Licensee shall take extraordinary measures to ensure that the antenna does not create a potential for harmful non-ionizing radiation to persons who may be within the immediate vicinity since this earth station may exceed the radiation hazard level of 5 mW/cm2. The earth station shall be surrounded by a fence with a locked gate that is approximately 100 feet from the antenna. The ladder to the antenna shall be locked and will only be accessible to AT&T personnel, and whenever personnel are required to work on the radiating parts of the antenna structure, the transmitters will be turned off. During actual transmission warning signs shall be posted informing all persons to keep outside the locked fence area. The bottom of the antenna shall be approximately 25 feet (7.62 meters) about the ground.
5635ArchiveThis earth station shall be located near New York City and North of the southern boundary of New York State; any transmitting earth station used with the ESDRN shall be near Los Angeles; and any earth station used with the CSDRN be located within Guam; and if receiving, shall be no closer than 80 km to the US oceanic coastline nor to authorized Navy high powered landbased radiolocation stations; or alternatively, at a location mutually agree upon between the licensee and the Navy. Operation is subject to the licensee identifying a single point of contact that can be notified in the event of interference and who is authorized to order an immediate shut-down. The licensee's use of the 13.5 GHz band is on an unprotected basis, noting it is not in accordance with the National Table of Frequency Allocations; The frequency authorized for this earth station have been coordinated with NTIA and the gov. agencies thru normal Frequency Assignment Subcomm proc
5636E950312The use of frequency band 10.747 GHz -10.860 GHz, as authorized in this license (E950312/1008-DSE-P/L-95), is on an UNPROTECTED basis.
5637ArchiveThe Licensee shall take extraordinary measures to ensure that the antenna does not create potential for harmful non-ionizing radiation to persons who may be within the immediate vicinity since this earth station may exceed the radiation hazard level of 5 mW/cm2. The earth station shall be surrounded by a fence at least 6' tall that completely surrounds the antenna with a locked gate. During actual transmission warning signs shall be posted informing all persons to keep outside the locked fence area.
5638ArchiveLicensee is authorized to provide services between the US and the foreign countries listed in its underlying application via the INTELSAT satellites.
5639ArchiveThe 13-meter model 100-13L antenna shall be used to provide domestic services via ALSAT and international services via TDRS-174 and PAS-4 satellites.
5640ArchiveThe 13-meter model 11300 CIR antenna shall be used to provide international services via INTELSAT POR satellites.
5641 Access to the EUTELSAT II-F2, EUTELSAT AB-1, and EUTELSAT AB-2 satellite network shall be in compliance with the satellite coordination agreement reached between the administration of the United States and France regarding the operations of the EUTELSAT II-F-2, EUTELSAT AB-1, and EUTELSAT AB-2 satellite network.
5645 To the extent that Petitioners against this California Broadcast Center (CBC) earth station have jointly resolved interference issues attendant to this station, all pleadings filed by Petitioners are considered moot. The Petitioners, by name, are Broadcast Sports Enterprises, Inc.; Western Technical Services; NBC Subsidiary (KNBC-TV), Inc.: and Estrella License Corporation. This license authorization is further subject to the following terms and conditions, agreed upon by CBC and the Petitioners: 1) CBC shall communicate with a single satellite, Galaxy III-C, at a single location, at 95 degrees West Longitude, orbital location. 2) Having acknowledged that CBC's facility will not cause interference to the local ENG users operating in the 6425-6525 MHz band in the Los Angeles, California metropolitan area, the Joint Petitioners agree not to file comments pposing CBC's Modification application in SES-MOD-20030318-00351.
5681ArchiveSirius Satellite Radio, Inc. IS AUTHORIZED, on a non-harmful interference basis to U.S. licensed GSO FSS operations to conduct on-orbit telemetry, tracking and command (TT&C) functions in the 6422-6425 MHz (Earth-to-Space) frequency band and in the 4196.375-4197.125 MHz (Space-to-Earth) frequency band. Sirius shall coordinate its TT&C operations in the 4/6 GHz band with U.S. licensed satellites that are within + or - 5 degrees of its nodal crossings of the satellites' final geosynchronous orbit.
5682ArchiveSirius Satellite Radio, Inc. IS AUTHORIZED to conduct on-orbit telemetry, tracking and command (TT&C) functions in the 6422-6425 MHz (Earth-to-Space) frequency band and in the 4196.374-4197.125 MHz (Space-to-Earth) frequency band. Sirius' TT&C operations hall not cause unacceptable interference to GSO FSS systems authorized by other countries and operating in accordance with the ITU Radio Regulations. Sirius shall coordinate its TT&C operations in the 4/6 GHz band with non-U.S. licensed satellites that are located with either + or - 10 degrees of Sirius' GSO nodal crossings of the satellites' final geosynchronous orbit.
5683Archive /13.75 to 14.00 GHzIn the band 13.75 to 14.00 GHz, this earth station shall have a minimum antenna diameter of 4.5 meters, and the EIRP of any emission should be at least 68 dBW and should not exceed 85 dBW.
5684ArchiveThe EIRP density per carrier of any emission from this earth station shall not exceed 39.24 dBW/4 kHz from 13.77 to 13.78 GHz.
5685ArchiveWhen this earth station is communicating with ALSAT satellites, maximum EIRP per carrier must be reduced to no more than 61.8 dBW for emission designator "64K0G7W", and no more than 72.5 dBW for emission designator "750KF2D".
5686ArchiveALSAT-designated earth stations are permitted to communicate with SatMex-5 to provide service in the United States on a non-interference basis relative to two-degree compliant operations.
5687ArchiveIn the event that the Commission authorizes access to the U.S. market by a satellite that is two-degree-compliant, and is located within two degrees of SatMex-5, ALSAT-designated earth stations are permitted to communicate with SatMex-5 to provide service in the United States, but only a non-inference basis unless and until Satellites Mexicanos, S.A. de C.V reaches a coordination agreement with that two-degree-compliant satellite system.
5688ArchiveALSAT-designated earth stations communicating with SatMex-5 must meet the requirements of Section 25.212 of the Commission's Rules, 47 C.F.R. Part 25.212.
568925.203Fixed, temporary fixed, and mobile earth terminals authorized under a VSAT or other blanket license shall comply, as appropriate, with the notification and advance consultation provisions of Section 25.203(e), (f), (g), and (i) with the installation of each individual earth terminal falling within the protected radio zones defined in 25.203. This portion of the FCC Rules and Regulations provide protection from harmful interference to certain sensitive radio facilities located within the USA. These protected facilities include the National Radio Astronomy Observatory at Green Bank, West Virginia (25.203(f); Arecibo Observatory, Arecibo, Puerto Rico (25.203(i)); the Department of Commerce's research laboratories located within the Table Mountain Radio Receiving Zone, Boulder County, Colorado (25.203(e)); and the Federal Communications Commission's monitoring stations (25.203(g)).
5690FCC 00-369,All earth station operations shall conform to any regulations subsequently adopted In the Matter of FWCC Request for Declaratory Ruling on Partial-Band Licensing of Earth Stations in the Fixed-Satellite Service That Share Terrestrial Spectrum, etc., FCC 00-369, 15 FCC Rcd. 23.127 (rel. October 24, 2000).
5691OnSatOnSat's hub station and remote terminals are authorized use of the 5925-5935 MHz or 6415-6425 MHz uplink band and the 3700-3710 MHz or 4190-4200 MHz downlink band via GE-4 satellite only at 101-degree W.L. orbital location, at the time OnSat completes submission of GE Americom's affidavit for OnSat's use of sub-4.5 meter antenna.
5692OnSatOnSat's hub station and remote terminals are authorized use of the 6165-6185 MHz uplink band and the 3940-3960 MHz downlink band via Galaxy-4R satellite only at 99-degree W.L. orbital location, at the time OnSat completes submission of PamAmSat's affidavit for OnSat's use of sub-4.5 meter antenna.
5693OnSatOnSat's hub station and remote terminals are authorized use of the 6245-6265 MHz uplink band and the 4020-4040 MHz downlink band via Telestar-5 satellite only at 97-degree W.L. orbitall location.
5694 "Waiver request to Section 25.143(a) of the Commission' s Rules is hereby granted for 100,000 transmit & receive 0.74 meter (98x56 cm) and 20,000 temporary-fixed 0.74 meter (98x56 cm) Prodelin Model HANT-91TR antennas, 30,000 transmit & receive 0.98 meter and 6,000 temporary-fixed 0.98 meter Prodelin model 9008668 antennas to receive a maximum downlink EIRP density of +12.0 dBW/4kHz from the AMC-3 satellite located at 87 degrees West Longitude for the associated emissions 24M0G7D and 36M0G7D."
5700National Radio Quite ZoneEarth station is located in National Radio Quite Zone and has been coordinated in accordance with Section 25.203 (f) of the Commissions Rules in a letter from the National Radio Astronomy Observatory dated December 17, 1993.
5701IOTIn Orbit Transfer (IOT) services may be provided using this emission for any viewable satellite angles where the elevation angle is greater than 5 degrees provided that the Licensee coordinates the frequency and power usage with all existing satellites in orbit, which use the same frequency bands, and are in the (IOT) path. The Licensee shall provide all other satellite operators in the (IOT) path with an emergency phone number where the Licensee (or his operators) can be immediately reached in the event that harmful interference occurs.
5702ArchiveThe countries listed in Comsat's international tariff provisions for the space segment components of INTELSAT Datanet and IBS services not interconnected to the public switched network and IDR services interconnected and not interconnected to the public switched network. All services shall be in accordance with the licensee's appropriate Section 214 authorizations. (common carrier basis)
5703ArchiveThe licensee shall take extraordinary measures to ensure that the antenna does not create a potential for harmful non-ionizing radiation to persons who may be within the immediate vicinity since this earth station exceeds the radiation hazard level of 5 mW/cm2. The antenna is mounted on a roof and access to the roof shall be strictly controlled. The antenna shall be turned off for maintenance and access to the roof by persons who could be exposed to the radiation. Warning signs shall be posted informing all persons of the potential radiation hazard.
5704ArchiveProvision of service over the Intersputnik satellite system is subject to any future Commission proceedings concerning use of that system. The continued effectiveness of this license is subject to the outcome of periodic reviews by the Commission and the Executive Branch. If the State Department notifies the Commission that continued use of the Intersputnik system is no longer in the national interest, this authorization will be subject to concellation. This authorization is not to be contrued as including any uplink or downlink authority in other countries, and all communications via Statsionar 10 and Statsionar 26 shall be between the US and those countries authorized in the above-referenced application which Statsionar 10 and Statsionar 26 are authorized by the Commission to serve.
5705ArchiveThis authorization is conditioned upon the outcome of the Commission's Rules and Regulations IN THE MATTER OF AMENDMENT TO THE COMMISSION'S REGULATORY POLICIES GOVERNING DOMESTIC FIXED SATELLITES AND SEPARATE INTERNATIONAL SATELLITE SYSTEMS, Notice of Proposed Rulemaking in IB Docket No. 95-41, FCC 95-146 (Adopted April 5, 1995), and is without prejudice to any action the Commission deems appropriate in that proceeding. (E940429, 1067-DSE-MP/L-95)
5706ArchiveThe 92 VSAT Remote Units authorized herein are located within the confines of the Continental United States, in particular, in the States of Montana and Wyoming.
5710Archive(FOR ANTENNAS 1 and 2) Total input power at antenna flange = 8.0 watts; Aggregate output EIRP for all carriers = 58.2 dBW maximum (FOR ANTENNAS 3, 4, 5, and 6); Total input power at antenna flange = 16 watts; Aggregate Output EIRP for all carriers = 61.2 dBW maximum
57113625-3700 MHz / INTELSATThe extended C-band frequency band 3625-3700 MHz has been cleared with the National Telecommunications and Information Administration. This frequency band is for INTELSAT use only.
5712ArchiveLicense is authorized to provide services between the United States and Foreign countries listed in this underlying application via the authorized non-US satellites. This authorization is subject to final Commission action in "Amendment of the Commission's Regulation Policies to allow Non-US-Licensed Space Stations to provide Domestic and International Satellite Service in the United States", IB Docket No. 96-111, FCC 96-210 (Released May 14, 1996).
5713ArchiveThe bottom of the satellite dish shall not be less than 10 feet above ground level. The overall height of the station shall not exceed 18 feet above ground level.
5714ArchiveThe extended C-band frequencies 5923.7 MHz and 3698.7 MHz have been cleared with National Telecommunications and Information Administration. These frequencies are for INTELSAT use only.
5715ArchiveThese transmitters are shared with co-located earth stations KA371 and KA372.
5716ArchiveThese transmitters are shared with co-located earth stations call signs KA-372 and KA-373.
5717ArchiveThe receiving frequency bands 10.95-11.2 GHz and 11.45-11.95 GHz are for INTELSAT use only.
5718ArchiveThese transmitters are shared with co-located earth stations call signs KA-371 and KA-373.
5719ArchiveLicensee is authorized to provide IBS service between Midway Island and Hawaii via INTELSAT POR satellites.
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5720ArchiveThis authorization is subject to final Commission action in "Amendment of the Commission's Regulatory Policies to allow Non-US-Licensed Space Stations to provide Domestic and International Satellite Service in the United States, "IB Docket No. 96-111, FCC 96-210 (Released May 14,1996).
5721ArchiveLicensee is authorized to operate 4.1-meter antenna to provide Domestic services only.
5722Incomplete of frequency coordination between FCC and NTIAThis authorization is subject to the final outcome of frequency coordination between FCC and National Tele-communications & Information Adminstration.
5723ArchiveAll communications shall be in accordance with the satellites and services which have completed any necessary technical consultations under Article XIV (d) of the INTELSAT Agreement and which the Commission has approved.
5730ArchiveLicensee is authorized to provide services between the United States and Canada via Satellites of ANIK system.
5731ArchiveAccess to the SATMEX-5 satellite network shall be in compliance with the satellite coordination agreement reached between the administration of the United States and Mexico and between the administration of Canada and Mexico regarding the operation of the SATMEX-5 satellite network.
5733ArchiveProvision of service over the Intersputnik satellite system is subject to any future Commission proceedings concerning use of that system. The continued effectiveness of this license is subject to the outcome of periodic reviews by the Commission and the Executive Branch. If the State Department notifies the Commission that continued use of the Intersputnik system is no longer in the national interest, this authorization will be subject to concellation. This authorization is not to be contrued as including any uplink or downlink authority in other countries, and all communications via Intersputnik satellite system shall be between the US and those countries authorized in the above-referenced application which Intersputnik satellite system is authorized by the Commission to serve.
5734ArchiveThe authorized earth station antenna(s) in this license shall not receive a maximum downlink EIRP density of the digital carrier from SATMEX-5, SOLIDARIDAD F-1 or SOLIDARIDAD F-2 (Mexican licensed satellite) in excess of 6.0 dBW/4KHz. See Section 25.212 (c) of the Commission's Rules.
5735SATMEX-5 satellite networkAccess to the SATMEX-5 satellite network shall be in compliance with the satellite coordination agreement reached between the administration of the United States and Mexico regarding the operations of the SATMEX-5 satellite network.
5736ArchiveLicensee is authorized to provide fixed-satellite service other than Direct-to-Home service via non-U.S. licensed satellites.
5737ArchiveIn accordance with the ordering clause at paragraph 84 of the Commission's Order and Authorization, FCC 99-210, released August 6, 1999, the Ku-band frequencies on New Skies Satellite N.V. 806 have not been coordinated for operation over North America. Thus, Ku-band operations over the New Skies Satellite N.V. 806 satellite in the United States may not cause interference to, and may not claim protection from: (1) any U.S.-licensed geostationary satellite network and (2) non-U.S.-licensed geostationary satellite networks operating in conformance with international coordination agreements.
5738New Skies Satellites N.V.,This authorization is subject to the conditions and terms set forth in the Commission’s Order and Authorization, FCC 99-210, released August 6, 1999, and Memorandum Opinion and Order, FCC 01-107, released March 29, 2001, and New Skies Satellites N.V., Petition for Declaratory Ruling, Order, DA 01-513 (Int'l Bureau, Satellite and Radiocommunication Division, released Mar. 29, 2001)
5739ArchiveOperation of this earth station via New Skies Satellite, N.V. satellite(s) is only authorized until August 6, 2002.
5740DA 99-1532This authorization is issued pursuant to the Commission's Order and Authorization, DA 99-1532, released on August 3, 1999.
5741DA 99-652,This authorization is subject to the conditions and terms set forth in the Commission's Order and Authorization, DA 99-652, released on April 2, 1999.
5742Waiver request to the Section 25.134(a)A Waiver request to the Section 25.134(a) of the Commission's Rules is hereby granted for the following: 1) The 5.6-meter Andrew Model ES56HS antenna is authorized to recieve a maximum dowlink EIRP density of +9 dBW/4kHz from the GE-1 satellite located at 103 degrees West Longitude (W.L.) for the emissions 128KG7D, 150KG7D, and 300KG7D AND 2) The 5.5-meter NEC Model 8101.5.5 antenna is authorized to recieve a maximum dowlink EIRP density of +9 dBW/4kHz from the Spacenet-4 (SN4) satellite located at 101 degrees W.L. for the emissions 128KG7D, 150KG7D and 300 KG7D.
5743ArchiveThe authorized earth station antenna(s) in this license shall not receive a maximum downlink EIRP density of the digital carrier from ANIK-E1 located at 111.1 degrees W.L. or ANIK-E2 located at 107.3 degrees W.L. (Canadian licensed satellite) in excess of 6.0 dBW/4KHz. See Section 25.212 (c) of the Commission's Rules.
5744ArchiveThe authorized earth station antenna(s) in this license shall not receive a maximum downlink EIRP density of the digital carrier from the non-U.S. licensed satellite(s) authorized in Section D of this license in excess of 6.0 dBW/4KHz. See Section 25.212 (c) of the Commission's Rules.
5745ArchiveThe authorized earth station antenna(s) in this license shall not receive a maximum downlink EIRP density from the non-U.S. licensed satellite(s) authorized in Section D of this license in excess of + 6.0 dBW/4KHz for the digital carrier and +13.0 dBW/4KHz for the analog carrier with bandwidth up to 200 KHz. See Section 25.212 (c) of the Commission's Rules.
5746ANIK E1, ANIK E2 and/or ANIK F1 satellite networkAccess to the ANIK E1, ANIK E2 and/or ANIK F1 satellite network shall be in compliance with the satellite coordination agreement reached between the administration of the United States and Canada regarding the operations of the ANIK E1, ANIK E2 and/or the ANIK F1 satellite network.
5747L-bandLicensee's mobile earth station terminals operating on board aircraft shall comply with all applicable Federal Aviation Administration and International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) rules and regulations and all other international agreements in forces to which the United States is a party.
5748L-bandLicensee's mobile earth station terminals operating on board maritime vessels shall comply with all applicable U.S. Coast Guard and International Maritime Organization (IMO) rules and regulations and all other international agreements in force to which the United States is a party.
5749L-bandLicensee's mobile earth station terminals operating on board aircraft shall comply with the Section 87.147(d) of the Commission's Rules. See 47 C.F.R. Section 87.147(d).
5750FCC 99-344 /L-band /TMI Order /E980179This authorization is subject to the conditions and terms set forth in the Commission's Order and Authorization, FCC 99-344, released November 30, 1999.
5751L-band METs /E980179This antenna is a cylindrical whip type of antenna. It is 90 cm long with a 2 cm diameter. The antenna is attached to a base that has a 4.5 cm diameter. This antenna will be used on vehicles. It will typically be mounted on the center of the roof of the vehicle or possibly on the center of the trunk lid of a car.
5752L-band METs /E980179This antenna is dome-shaped with a base diameter of 27 cm and a height of 18 cm. This antenna will be used on vehicles. It will typically be mounted on the center of the roof of the vehicle or possibly on the center of the trunk lid of a car.
5753L-band METs /E980179This antenna has a circular parabolic reflector of 0.92 m diameter (antenna ID A3) or 0.85 m diameter (antenna ID A15). This antenna will normally be mounted on the side of a building or on a trailer, 2 to 3 meters above the ground, in such a way to ensure a clear line of sight to the satellite.
5754L-band METs /E980179This antenna has a circular parabolic reflector of 0.76 m diameter. This antenna will normally be mounted on the side of a building or on a trailer, 2 to 3 meters above the ground, in such a way to ensure a clear line of sight to the satellite.
5755L-band METs /E980179This antenna has a circular parabolic reflector of 1.2 m diameter. This antenna will normally be mounted on the side of a building or on a trailer, 2 to 3 meters above the ground, in such a way to ensure a clear line of sight to the satellite.
5756L-band METs /E980179This antenna is circular with a diameter of 0.46 m (antenna ID A7 & A17) or a circular array of 0.30 m (antenna ID A22). This antenna will be mounted on ships, yachts, trawlers, or other nautical vessels. The location of the mount depends on the particular vessel.
5757L-band METs /E980179This antenna is dome-shaped with a base diameter of 16.5 cm and a height of 23 cm. This antenna will be used on vehicles. It will typically be mounted on the center of the roof of the vehicle or possibly on the center of the trunk lid of a car.
5758L-band METs /E980179This antenna has a circular parabolic reflector of 0.6 m diameter (antenna ID A9 & A21) or a circular flat panel of 0.46 m diameter (antenna ID A14). This antenna will normally be mounted on the side of a building or on a trailer, 2 to 3 meters above the ground, in such a way to ensure a clear line of sight to the satellite.
5759L-band METs /E980179This terminal is a briefcase unit, rectangular in shape with dimensions 49.5 cm by 48 cm and 12 cm high when closed. When the briefcase is opened, it has a maximum height of 46 cm. The top of the briefcase is used as the antenna. This terminal can be setup and used anywhere. It may be set on the ground or used on a table 1 m off the ground.
5760L-band METs /E980179This terminal is a laptop unit, rectangular in shape with dimensions 28 cm by 20 cm and 6 cm high when closed. When the laptop is opened, it has a maximum height of 25 cm. The top of the laptop is used as the antenna. This terminal can be setup and used anywhere. It may be set on the ground or used on a table 1 m off the ground.
5761L-band METs /E980179This terminal is designed to be used on an aircraft. The antenna is contained in an aerodynamically-shaped radome which is 73 cm long, 46 cm wide, and 15 cm high. This antenna will be mounted on the exterior of an aircraft, typically the center of the roof to avoid blockage by the body of the aircraft.
5762L-band METs /E980179This antenna is dome-shaped with a base diameter of 29.5 cm and a height of 20 cm. This antenna will be used on vehicles. It will typically be mounted on the center of the roof of the vehicle or possibly on the center of the trunk lid of a car.
5763L-band METs /E980179This antenna is dome-shaped with a base diameter of 27 cm and a height of 18 cm. This antenna will be used on vehicles. It will typically be mounted on the center of the roof of the vehicle or possibly on the center of the trunk lid of a car.
5764L-band METs /E980179This antenna is rectangular in shape 42.5 cm long, 31 cm wide and 2.2 cm thick. This antenna will normally be mounted on the side of a building or on a trailer, 2 to 3 meters above the ground, in such a way to ensure a clear line of sight to the satellite.
5765L-band METs /E980179This antenna is dome-shaped with a base diameter of 29.5 cm and a height of 20 cm. This antenna will be used on vehicles. It will typically be mounted on the center of the roof of the vehicle or possibly on the center of the trunk lid of a car.
5766L-band METs /E980179This antenna is dome-shaped with a base diameter of 27 cm and a height of 18 cm. This antenna will be used on vehicles. It will typically be mounted on the center of the roof of the vehicle or possibly on the center of the trunk lid of a car.
5767L-band METs /E980179This antenna is dome-shaped with a base diameter of 27 cm and a height of 18 cm. This antenna will be mounted on ships, yachts, trawlers, or other nautical vessels. The location of the mount depends on the particular vessel.
5768ArchiveThis authorized antenna should be lighted ( (red light-top mounted) per FAA Advison Circular 70/7460-1.
5769L-band METs /E980179This is a "half-duplex" data mobile earth terminal (MET). This antenna is a drooping cross dipole with a base diameter of 7 cm and a height of 10 cm. This antenna will be used on vehicles. It will typically be mounted on the center of the roof of the vehicle or possibly on the center of the trunk lid of a car.
5770L-band METs /E980179This antenna is contained in a radome which is 50 cm long, 50 cm wide, and 10 cm high. This antenna will be mounted on the cabs of railway locomotives.
5777ArchiveThe earth stations listed in Comsat's international tariff provisions for the space segment components of international television, IBS and related digital video services, and international message telephone service (IMTS) (switched services) using FDM/FM, SCPC, and IDR.
5778DA99-2752This authorization is issued pursuant to the Commission's Order released December 9, 1999 (DA99-2752).
5779L-bandUpon completion of construction each licensee must file with the Commission a certification including the following information: name of the licensee, file number of the application, call sign of the antenna, date of the license and certification that construction of the facility as authorized has been completed, and that the station is operational including the date of commencement of service, and will remain operational during the license period unless the license is submitted for cancellation.
57803.8-meter C-bandLicensee is authorized to transmit signals only in the vertical polarization.
5781ArchiveOperation of the authorized earth station having Level 3 direct access to the INTELSAT space segment must comply with the INTELSAT EARTH STANDARDS (IESS) 207, 208 or 601, as appropriate, and all applicable Federal Communications Commission (FCC) rules and regulations.
5782DA00-162 / EUTELSAT II-F2 OrderThis authorization is issued pursuant to and subject to the conditions and terms set forth in the Commission's Order released February 1, 2000 (DA00-162).
Code Note Condition
5783EUTELSAT II-F2The receiving frequency bands 10.95 - 11.2 GHz and 11.45 - 11.7 GHz are for EUTELSAT II-F2 @ 12.5 W.L. use only.
5784Incomplete frequency coordination per Section 25.203No protection from interference caused by other lawfully operated terrestrial stations will be provided for these operations. (Note: frequency coordination in accordance with the Section 25.203 of the Commission's Rules is required for operation in the bands shared with the terrestrial facilities.)
5785SATMEX-5, and/or SOLIDARIDAD F-2 satellite networkAccess to the SATMEX-5 and/or SOLIDARIDAD F-2 satellite network shall be in compliance with the satellite coordination agreement reached between the administration of the United States and Mexico regarding the operations of the SATMEX-5, and/or SOLIDARIDAD F-2 satellite network.
5786EUTELSAT II-F2Access to the EUTELSAT II-F2 satellite network shall be in compliance with the satellite coordination agreement reached between the administration of the United States and France regarding the operations of the EUTELSAT II- F2 satellite network.
5787Nahuel C satellite networkThis authorization is subject to the conditions and terms set forth in the Commission's Order and Authorization, DA 00-663, released March 24, 2000. Access to Nahuel C satellite network shall be in compliance with the satellite coordination agreement reached between the administration of the United States and Argentina regarding the operations of Nahuel C.
5788DA 99-2010 (Airtouch) / E970381This authorization is subject to the conditions and terms set forth in the Commission's Order and Authorization, DA 99-2010, released October 4, 1999.
5789(Airtouch) / E970381The handheld unit uses a dual-frequency stacked quadrifilar helix antenna, 209 mm long and with a 15 mm diameter. The top 81 mm of the stack contains the antenna elements including a 38 mm long transmit element on top of a 43 mm long receive element.
5790(Airtouch) / E970381The vehicular mobile unit uses a dual-frequency stacked quadrifilar helix antenna, covered by a radome, 209 mm long and with a 15 mm diameter, including a 38 mm long transmit element at the top end of the stacked antenna.
5791(Airtouch) / E970381The ancillary fixed unit uses a dual-frequency stacked quadrifilar helix antenna, 515 mm long and with a 25 mm diameter, including a 178 mm long transmit element at the bottom end of the stacked antenna.
5792DA 00-913, (JCSAT-3)This authorization is subject to the conditions and terms set forth in the Commission's Order and Authorization, DA 00-913, released April 24, 2000. (JCSAT-3)
5793Waiver request to the Section 25.212(c)A Waiver request to the Section 25.212(c) of the Commission's Rules is hereby granted for (1500) 1.0-meter Prodelin model 1110 and (1500) 1.2-meter Prodelin model 1130 Receive-only antennas to receive a maximum downlink EIRP density of +8.8 dBW/4kHz from the Satmex-5 satellite located at 116.8 West Longitude for the emission 36M0G7W. Access to the SATMEX-5 satellite network shall be in compliance with all international satellite coordination agreements regarding the operations of the SATMEX-5 satellite network and the maximum downlink EIRP density of +8.8 dBW/4kHz.
5794E000166 / Waiver request to the Section 25.134(a)A Waiver request to the Section 25.134(a) of the Commission's Rules is hereby granted for 1) 350,000 transmit & receive 0.74-meter (98x56 cm) Prodelin Model HANT-91TR antennas and 2) 60,000 transmit & receive 0.98-meter Prodelin model 9008668 antennas, 3) 54,000 temporary-fixed .98-meter Prodelin model 9008668 antennas, and 6) 60,200 temporary-fixed .74-meter Prodelin model HANT-91TR antennas to receive a maximum downlink EIRP density of +13.75 dBW/4kHz from the SatMex-5 satellite located at 116.8 West Longitude for the associated emissions 24M0G7D and 36M0G7D. Access to the SatMex-5 satellite network shall be in compliance with all international satellite coordination agreements regarding the operations of the SatMex-5 satellite network and the maximum downlink EIRP density."
5795Archive/ TMI-MSV/ DA 00-2179 Full duplex TAMS METsThis authorization is subject to the conditions and terms set forth in the Commission's Order and Authorization, DA 00-2179, released September 25, 2000.
5796Mabuhay satellite.This authorization is subject to the conditions and terms set forth in the Commission's Order released December 5, 2000 (DA 00-2649). In particular, Licensee is prohibited from sending or receiving any analog FM video television signal to or from the Mabuhay satellite.
5797EIRP and EIRP Density / Section 25.212The EIRP and EIRP Density values for the digital carriers are the maximum permissible under the Section 25.212 of the Commission's Rules.
5798Waiver request to the Section 25.134(a)A Waiver request to the Section 25.134(a) of the Commission's Rules is hereby granted for 70,000 transmit & receive 0.74-meter (98x56 cm) Prodelin Model HANT-91TR antennas to receive a maximum downlink EIRP density of +12.0 dBW/4kHz from the Galaxy 3R satellite located at 95 degrees West Longitude for the associated emission 24M0G7D.
5799E970067 / Waiver request to the Section 25.134(a)A Waiver request to the Section 25.134(a) of the Commission's Rules is hereby granted for 70,000 transmit & receive 0.74-meter (98x56 cm) and 25,200 temporary-fixed 0.74-meter Prodelin Model HANT-91TR antennas and 3000 transmit & receive 0.98-meter prodelin model 9008668, and 25,000 temporary-fixed transmit/receive 0.98-meter prodelin model 9008668 antennas to receive a maximum downlink EIRP density of +12.0 dBW/4kHz from the Galaxy 11 satellite located at 91 degrees West Longitude for the associated emissions 24M0G7D and 36M0G7D.
5800DA 00-2350 / half duplex METs / TMIThis authorization is issued pursuant to and subject to the conditions and terms set forth in the Commission's Order released December 11, 2000 (DA 00-2350).
5801 Waiver request to the Section 25.134(a) / E000166Waiver request to the Section 25.134(a) of the Commission's Rules is hereby granted for 140,000 transmit & receive 0.74-meter (98x56 cm) and 35,000 temporary-fixed 0.74-meter (98x56 cm) Prodelin Model HANT-91TR antennas, 6,000 transmit & receive 0.98-meter and 29,000 temporary-fixed 0.98-meter Prodelin model 9008668 antennas to receive a maximum downlink EIRP density of +12.0 dBW/4kHz from the Galaxy 4R satellite located at 99 degrees West Longitude, the Galaxy III-C satellite located at 95 degree West Longitude, the Galaxy XI satellite located at 91 degrees West Longitude, and the AMC-3 satellite located at 87 degrees West Longitude, for the associated emissions 24M0G7D and 36M07D."
5802FCC 00-363 / Ex C-bandThis authorization is issued pursuant to and subject to the terms and policy adopted in the Commission's Order, released December 11, 2000 (FCC 00-363).
5803Ex C-bandThis earth station is granted to operate the frequency band 3650-3700 MHz on a secondary basis.
5804L-band METsThis antenna is Quadrafilar helix type with a high of 15 cm and a diameter of 2 cm. This antenna will be placed on land vehicles, ships operating under U.S. flag, and aircraft operated by U.S. carriers.
5805L-band METsThis antenna is Quadrafilar helix type with a high of 25 cm and a diameter of 2 cm. This antenna will be placed on land vehicles, ships operating under U.S. flag, and aircraft operated by U.S. carriers.
5806L-band METsThis antenna is Conformal patch type with a high of 1 cm and a diameter of 12 cm. This antenna will be placed on land vehicles, ships operating under U.S. flag, and aircraft operated by U.S. carriers.
5807Archive / INMARSATAll operations shall comply with the Commission's decisions in CC Docket No. 87-75 and General Docket 84-1234.
5808L-band METsThis antenna is a laptop-sized mobile terminal. It measures 774mm W x 10mm D x 340mm H, when folded out. The antenna will be mounted atop land mobile vehicles.
5809DA 90-1940This authorization is issued pursuant to and subject to the terms and conditions in the Commission's Order, released January 22, 1991, DA 90-1940.
5810Archive / INMARSATThis antenna is an Omni-directional antenna with a beamwidth of 210 degrees. It is an INMARSAT-C antenna and has a size of 279mm H x 190 mm D.
5811Archive / INMARSATBands used for commercial services between satellite and earth stations authorized to operate in the maritime mobile satellite frequency bands. Operations of this station in these bands are limited to testing, frequency translation error correction, and network coordination purposes.
5812Archive / Permitted Space Station listThis authorization is authorized the earth station to access satellites on the Permitted Space Station list and is subject to the conditions set forth in the Orders adding satellites to the Permitted Space Station list. See http://www.fcc.gov/ib/srd/se/permitted.html.
5813DA 91-303This authorization is issued pursuant to and subject to the terms and conditions in the Commission's Order released March 19, 1991, DA 91-303.
5814DA 96-1079This authorization is issued pursuant to and subject to the terms and conditions in the Commission's Order released July 8, 1996, DA 96-1079, and Erratum released July 9, 1996.
5815Incomplete frequency coordination / 6425-6454 and 6454.4-6456.6 MHzOperations on the 6425-6454 and 6454.4-6456.6 MHz frequency bands shall not cause harmful radio interference to any other lawfully operated terrestrial radio station, and operations shall cease immediately upon notification of such interference. Complaints of all radio interference shall be forwarded immediately to the Commission, in writing. (Note: frequency coordination in accordance with the Section 25.203 of the Commission's Rules is required for operation in the bands shared with the terrestrial facilities.)
5816FCC 00-435. (2000 Biennial Regulatory Review)This authorization is conditioned upon the outcome of the Commission's Rules and Regulations in the matter of 2000 Biennial Regulatory Review, Notice of Proposed Rulemaking in IB Docket No. 00-248 (released 12/14/2000), FCC 00-435.
5817Archive / INMARSATFrequencies in the L-band will be used only for occasional testing of the L-to -C and C-to-L INMARSAT satellite transponders and the communications signals will be an automatic frequency compensation (AFC) pilot, network coordination signals, Santa Paula's own C-to-L signalling/data channels, an orderwire signal, and occasional test transmissions from co-located test mobile earth stations.
5818ArchiveFrequencies were cleared by NTIA on 11-30-89.
5819DA 01-658 / Boeing Rx / E000575This authorization is issued pursuant to and subject to the terms and conditions in the Commission's Order released April 13, 2001, DA 01-658.
5820Boeing Rx / E000575The airborne receive antenna is fixed to the top of the aircraft fuselage and uses fully electronic beam steering to acquire and track the desired satellite through aircraft flight maneuvers and over a large geographic range. It has an active aperture of 17" x 26" (uniform illumination) and is approximately 1.17" thick. When installed, the top surface is 1.7" above the crown of the aircraft.
5821Archive/ E000696 & E000152/ waiver of footnote NG169A waiver of footnote NG169 in Section 2.106 of the Commission's Rules and Regulations is granted for the authorized earth station to be located approximately 15 miles from the existing grandfathered earth station in Reston, Virginia (E950406). See the attached "Memorandum for the file" dated April 24, 2001.
5822Ex C-band / 3600-3650 MHz bandThe 3600-3650 MHz band is shared on a co-primary basis in the U.S. and Possessions with Federal Government radiolocation systems. Unacceptable interference may be caused to this earth station from radiolocation systems, including high-powered, highly mobile, shipborne and airborne radar transmitters, operating in the frequency band. Consistent with the applicant's EMC analysis (as required by US245 and based on the NTIA TR-99-361 Report, Technical Characteristics of Radiolocation Systems operating in the 3.1-3.7 GHz Band and Procedures for assessing EMC with Fixed Earth Station Receivers (available at http://www.ntia.doc.gov/osmhome/reports.html), the licensee accepts this potential for unacceptable interference. In the case that out-of-band interference does occur, the licensee is further aware that use of a RF filter ahead of the low noise amplifier (LNA) will limit potential out-of-band interference to its receiving earth station. Additionally, per US 245, in the band 3600-3650 MHz, these fixed-satellite service operations are limited to international inter-continental satellite systems.
5823Ex C-band / 5850-5925 MHz bandThe 5850-5925 MHz band is shared in the U.S. and Possessions on a co-primary basis with Federal Government radiolocation systems. Unacceptable interference may be caused to this earth station's communication links from radiolocation systems, including high-powered land-based transportable and shipborne radar transmitters, operating in the frequency band in accordance with footnote G2. (See, e.g., NTIA Report Federal Radar Spectrum Requirements, (http://www.ntia.doc.gov/osmhome/reports/ntia00-40/ntia00-40.pdf), NTIA Report 83-115, Spectrum Resource Assessment in the 5650-5925 MHz Band (http://www.fcc.gov/ib/srd/fedreg_ntiareport.html), and FCC Fifth Notice of Inquiry in Preparation for a General World Administrative Conference in 1979 (Docket No. 20271; FCC 77-349)). As required by US245, the earth station licensee is aware of the EMC environment and this sharing situation with the radiolocation service and accepts the potential for unacceptable interference. Additionally, this fixed-satellite service earth station is limited to operations over international inter-continental satellite systems.
5824INMARSAT METsThe size of the NERA antenna model World Communicator is 0.8m (H) x 0.35m (B) and the size of the Thrane & Thrane antenna model TT-3080A is 0.753m (H) x 0.41m (B).
5825Archive / INMARSATAll operations shall comply with the Commission's decisions in CC Docket No. 87-75 and General Docket 84-1234.
5826EUTELSAT's Atlantic Bird™ 1 satellite at 12.5 degrees W.L. and Atlantic Bird™ 2 satellite at 8 degrees W.L.The receiving frequency bands 10.95 - 11.2 GHz and 11.45 - 11.7 GHz are for EUTELSAT's Atlantic Bird™ 1 satellite at 12.5 degrees W.L. and Atlantic Bird™ 2 satellite at 8 degrees W.L. use only. Operation between the authorized earth station and the Atlantic Bird™ 1 and Atlantic Bird™ 2 satellites shall be in compliance with the satellite coordination agreements reached between the United States and France.
5827ArchiveOperations of this authorized antenna shall be in compliance with the coordination agreement reached between INTELSAT and PanAmSat. This antenna is only authorized to transmit to and receive from earth stations located in the Puerto Rico via the INTELSAT 805 satellite @ 304.5 E.L. (55.5 W.L).
5828Astrolink E000727A waiver of footnote NG169 in Section 2.106 of the Commission's Rules and Regulations is granted for the authorized TT&C earth station to be located 2000 feet from two grandfathered earth stations (E960222 and KA294). See the attached "Memorandum for the file" dated September 25, 2001 and February 22, 2002.
5829Astrolink E000727The FMA-11 antenna is authorized to operate during the limited periods of transfer orbit after the launch of each Astrolink's Ka-band satellite and thereafter serve as a back-up to the primary LMA-11 TT&C antenna.
5830FCC 01-272, released October 9, 2001 (INMARSAT Ltd. Order).This authorization is subject to the conditions and terms set forth in the Commission's Memorandum Opinion, Order and Authorization, FCC 01-272, released October 9, 2001 (INMARSAT Ltd. Order).
5831Archive / DA 89-210. (CSG-89-003-P/L, KA312)This authorization is issued pursuant to and subject to the terms and conditions in the Commission's Order released February 27, 1989, DA 89-210. (CSG-89-003-P/L, KA312)
5832DA 91-558This authorization is issued pursuant to and subject to the terms and conditions in the Commission's Order released May 8, 1991, DA 91-558.
Code Note Condition
5833ALSAT / c-bandThe operation with ALSAT shall be limited to the 5925-6425 and 3700-4200 MHz frequency bands.
5834ArchiveService via INTERSPUTNIK satellite at 14 degrees W.L. is limited to earth stations in the following countries: Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, Poland, Hungary, Albania, Czechoslovakia, Romania, and Bulgaria. Service via Soviet domestic satellite at 11 degrees W.L. is limited to earth stations in the following countries: Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, Poland, Hungary, Albania, Czechoslovakia, and Bulgaria.
5835ArchiveCommunication via the INTERSPUTNIK satellite at 14 degrees W.L. or the Soviet domestic satellite at 11 degrees W.L. is for the provision of private line services not interconnected to the public switched network and occasional use television provided the license has the appropriate Section 214 authorization.
5836 A waiver of footnote NG169 in Section 2.106 of the Commission's Rules and Regulations is granted for the authorized earth station. See the attached "Memorandum for the file" dated September 25, 2001.
5837non-circular transmitting antennasThe major axis of non-circular transmitting antennas (all elliptical and rectangular aperture antennas are non-circular) must be aligned parallel to the plane of the geostationary arc.
5838non-comply antennasThe authorized antenna(s) does(do) not comply with the antenna gain envelope specified in Section 25.209(a) of the Commission's Rules for Theta between 1 and 2 degrees. The EIRP and EIRP density limits stated in this license are the maximum permitted for this station. No harmful interference shall be caused by the operations of this station to other lawfully operated radio stations that are compliant with the Commission's two-degree spacing rules.
5839E000166 / 1.0-meter antennaThis equivalent 1.0-meter antenna complies with the antenna gain pattern as specified in Section 25.209(a) and Section 25.209(g) for off-axis angles greater than 1.25 degrees and up to 90 degrees in the GSO plane.
5840transfer orbitThis antenna is authorized to operate during the limited periods of transfer orbit after each launch of the authorized satellites in the Section D of this authorization and in the azimuth range from 0 to 360 degrees.
584113.75-14 GHzUse of the frequency band 13.75-14 GHz shall comply with United States Footnotes US356 (used to be S5.502) and US357 (used to be S5.503) in the Section 2.106 and the Section 25.204 (f) of the Commission's Rules.
5842DA 01-3008 (Boeing Tx/Rx) / E000723This authorization is issued pursuant to and subject to the terms and conditions in the Commission's Order released December 21, 2001, DA 01-3008, with regard to all Points of Communications listed in Section D of this License. This authorization is also issued pursuant to and subject to the terms and conditions in the Commission's Order released XXX, YY, 2006, DA 06-XXXX.
5843Boeing Tx/Rx) / E000723The airborne receive antenna is fixed to the top of the aircraft fuselage and uses fully electronic beam steering to acquire and track the desired satellite through aircraft flight maneuvers and over a large geographic range. It has an active aperture of 17" x 26" (uniform illumination) and is approximately 1.17" thick. When installed, the top surface is 1.7" above the crown of the aircraft. The airborne transmit antenna is separated from the airborne receive antenna and placed sufficiently far apart (greater than 50 inches) to minimize coupling of transmit radiation into the receive antenna. The transmit antenna aperture is roughly 15 inches in diameter and is excited with a uniform taper.
5844Archive/ Botcorp Order / E990053This authorization is issued pursuant to and subject to the terms and conditions in the Commission's Order And Authorization released January 25, 2002, DA 02-198.
5845Archive/ Infosat Order / E990054This authorization is issued pursuant to and subject to the terms and conditions in the Commission's Order And Authorization released January 25, 2002, DA 02-199.
5846IB Docket No. 96-132This authorization is issued pursuant to the Commission's Report and Order adopted January 28, 2002, (FCC 02-24) in IB Docket No. 96-132 and is subject to the policies adopted in that proceeding.
5847L-bandMobile earth station operations shall be limited to the portions of the 1525-1559 and 1626.5-1660.5 MHZ band coordinated for the satellite being accessed in the most recent annual L-band operator-to-operator agreement.
5848L-bandIn the absence of a continuing annual L-band operator-to-operator coordination agreement, Licensee's operation in the 1525-1530 MHz, 1530-1544 MHz, 1626.5-1645.5 MHz frequency bands (lower L-bands) and the 1545-1559 MHz and 1646.5-1660.5 MHZ (upper L-band) frequency bands will be on a non-interference basis until a future operator-to-operator agreement is concluded. Licensee shall not cause harmful interference to any other lawfully operating satellite or radio facility and shall cease operations upon notification of such interference. Furthermore, Licensee must notify all other operators in these frequency bands that it will be operating on a non-interference basis. Licensee must notify its customers in the United States that its operations are on a non-harmfull interference basis.
5849L-bandThe full-duplex mobile earth station terminals (METs) operating in the 1525-1530 MHz, 1530-1544 MHZ and 1626.5-1645.5 MHZ bands shall have the following minimum set of capabilities to ensure compliance with Footnote S5.353A and the priority and real-time preemption requirements imposed by Footnote 315: (1) All METs transmission shall have a priority assigned to them that preserves the priority and preemptive access given to maritime distress and safety communications sharing the band; (2) Each MET with a requirement to handle maritime distress and safety data communications shall be capable of either (a) recognizing message and call priority identification when transmitted from its associated Land Earth Station (LES) or (b) accepting message and call priority identification embedded in the message or call when transmitted from its associated LES and passing the identification to shipboard data message processing equipment; (3) Each MET shall be assigned access to a unique technical identification number that will be transmitted upon any attempt to gain access to a system; (4) After a MET has gained access to a system the mobile terminal shall be under the control of a LES and shall obtain all channel assignments from it; (5) All METs that do not continuously monitor a separate signaling channel or signaling within the communications channel shall monitor the signaling channel at the end of each transmission; (6) Each MET shall automatically inhibit its transmissions if it is not correctly receiving a separate signaling channel or signaling within the communications channel from its associated LES; (7) Each MET shall automatically inhibit its transmission on any or all channels upon receiving a channel-shut-off command on a signaling or communications channel it is receiving from its associated LES; (8) Each MET with a requirement to handle maritime distress and safety communications shall have the capability within the station to automatically preempt lower precedence traffic.
5850L-bandAll full-duplex mobile earth station terminals (METs) operating in the 1545-1559 MHz and 1646.5-1660.5 MHz frequency bands shall have the following minimum set of capabilities to ensure compliance with Footnotes S5.357A and US308 to Section 2.106 of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R. 2.106: (a) All METs transmissions shall have a priority assigned to them that preserves the priority and preemptive access given to aeronautical distress and safety-related communications sharing the band; (b) Each MET with a requirement to handle distress and safety-related communications shall be capable of recognizing message and call priority identification when transmitted from its associated LES; (c) Each MET shall be assigned access to a unique technical identification number that will be transmitted upon any attempt to gain access to a system; (d) After a MET has gained access to a system the mobile terminal shall be under the control of a LES and shall obtain all channel assignments from it; (e) All MESs that do not continuously monitor a separate signaling channel shall have provisions for signaling within the communications channel; (f) Each MET shall automatically inhibit its transmissions if it is not correctly receiving a separate signaling channel or signaling within the communications channel from its associated LES; (g) Each MET shall automatically inhibit its transmission on any or all channels upon receiving a channel-shut-off command on a signaling or communications channel it is receiving from its associated LES; and (h) Each MET with a requirement to handle distress and safety-related communications shall have the capability within the station to automatically preempt lower precedence traffic.
5851L-bandIn accordance with US Footnote 308, the operation of METs in the 1545-1558.5 and 1646.5-1660 MHz is on a secondary basis to U.S. AMS[R]S requirements of other U.S.-authorized MSS providers operating in the 1545-1559 and 1646.5-1660 MHz bands.
5852L-bandThe authorized mobile earth terminals (METs) shall comply with the out-of-band emission limits set forth in Sections 25.202(f) and 25.216 of the Commission's rules. See 47 C.F.R. §§ 25.202(f) and 25.216; Out-of-Band Emission Orders, FCC 02-34 (rel. May 14, 2002), as amended by FCC-03-0283 (rel. November 18, 2003).
5853L-bandThe Licensee is not authorized to operate in the 1544-1545 MHz and 1645.5-1646.5 MHz bands that are limited in the United States exclusively for use for distress and safety communications. See 47 C.F.R. Section 2.106nn.S5.356, S5.375.
5854Archives / Lockheed E7541A waiver of footnote NG169 in Section 2.106 of the Commission's Rules and Regulations is granted for the authorized TT&C earth station to be located 45 miles from the grandfathered earth stations (E950436, KA444, E6777, E950209, KA260, KA308, and KA81). See the attached "Memorandum for the file" dated February 22, 2002.
5855L-bandAll half-duplex mobile earth stations terminals (METs) operating in the 1545-1559 MHz and 1646.5-1660.5 MHZ frequency bands shall have the following requirements: (a) all operating METs must be capable of ceasing transmission and inhibiting any further transmissions within one second of a command from the network LES, or by cessation of a command signal under all circumstances; (b) Each MET, as a minimum, must be capable of selectively operating on a number of discrete channels within the operating band in order to accommodate the need to possibly modify frequency use due to traffic growth and ongoing intersystem frequency coordination; and (c) The requirements for full duplex operation noted in the Provisions 5849 and 5850 shall apply to half-duplex METs.
5856Archive/ Eagle eye /E000725All half-duplex mobile earth stations terminals (METs) operating in the 1545-1559 MHz and 1646.5-1660.5 MHZ frequency bands shall have the following requirements: (a) all operating METs must be capable of ceasing transmission and inhibiting any further transmissions within three second of a command from the network LES, or by cessation of a command signal under all circumstances; (b) Each MET, as a minimum, must be capable of selectively operating on a number of discrete channels within the operating band in order to accommodate the need to possibly modify frequency use due to traffic growth and ongoing intersystem frequency coordination; and (c) The requirements for full duplex operation noted in the Provisions 5849 and 5850 shall apply to half-duplex METs.
5857L-bandThis authorization does not permit the licensee to provide commercial mobile radio service (CMRS) to end-users - (A) the public, or (B) such classes of users as to be effectively available to a substantial portion of the public - for profit and for interconnection with the public switched network. If the licensee wishes to provide CMRS, which is classified as a common carrier service, it must obtain authority to modify this license to permit the provision of common carrier service and must obtain any requisite authority under Section 214 of the Communication Act, 47 U.S.C. § 214, before providing such service.
5858L-bandThis authorization does not permit the licensee to provide common carrier services outside of the United States. If licensee wishes to provide such service, it must obtain authority pursuant to Section 214 of the Communication Act, 47 U.S.C. § 214, before doing so.
5859Ex C-band / 3650-3700 MHzThe 3650-3700 MHz band is shared on a co-primary basis in three Federal Government radiolocation systems identified in US348. Unacceptable interference may be caused to this earth station from these three radiolocation systems operating in the frequency band. Consistent with the applicant's EMC analysis (as required by US348 and based on the NTIA TR-99-361 Report, Technical Characteristics of Radiolocation Systems operating in the 3.1-3.7 GHz Band and Procedures for assessing EMC with Fixed Earth Station Receivers (available at http://www.ntia.doc.gov/osmhome/reports.html), the licensee accepts this potential for unacceptable interference from the three stations identified in US348. In the case that out-of-band interference does occur, the licensee is further aware that use of a RF filter ahead of the low noise amplifier (LNA) will limit potential out-of-band interference to its receiving earth station. Additionally, per US 245, in the band 3650-3700 MHz, these fixed-satellite service operations are limited to international inter-continental satellite systems.
5860L-bandOperation of the METs will not be protected from interference caused by other lawfully operated radio stations. No harmful interference shall be caused by the operations of this station to other lawfully operated radio stations and operations must be terminated immediately upon notification of harmful interference.
5861L-bandLicensee must maintain a current listing of platform users on which terminals are located, included the user/customer phone number and necessary information to terminate Licensee's operation if harmful interference is caused to the GMDSS.
5862L-bandLicensee is limited to operating a maximum of 20,000 METs with short transmission bursts. These bursts or packets are typically 30 milliseconds in duration. The maximum packet length shall be no longer than 275 milliseconds in duration. Licensee must monitor its traffic loading to ensure that the total power transmitted in the Licensee 3.5 MHz channel at any given time does not exceed 22 dBW EIRP. The maximum EIRP and EIRP density of each MET shall be limited to 14.76 dBW and -14.6 dBW/4kHz, respectively.
5863L-bandEach MET must be tunable over the entire range of frequencies authorized for Motient downlink transmissions, such that the integrity of AMS(R)S spectrum is maintained as a contiguous block of spectrum. Motient/Licensee must provide test data, which demonstrates the ability and performance characteristics, e.g., preemption time, prioritization scheme, of the downlink channel to implement priority and preemption of their normal traffic to accommodate aeronautical safety service requirements.
5864L-bandLicensee's system must not inhibit future changes or expansions of GMDSS communications capabilities, including the use of different modulation and multiple access schemes or the relocation or the use of other Inmarsat satellites for GMDSS.
5865FCC (DA 11-437) / Ex C-bandThis authorization is issued pursuant to and subject to the terms and policy adopted in the Commission's Order, released March 7, 2011 (DA 11-437)
5866 The proposed operation of earth station file number SES-LIC-201217-01585 is granted to access point of communication VIASAT-1 (formerly known as VIASAT-IOM) at 115.1 degrees W.L. on the condition that VIASAT has successfully concluded coordination with the Government satellite operators and will comply with all terms therein.
5867antennas installed at balcony, VSAT temp-fix, remoteOnly technically trained professionals shall install and remove the authorized antennas.
5868Boeing Tx/Rx) / E000723A Waiver of Section 25.212(c) of the Commission's Rules is hereby granted for (125) 17" x 26" Boeing model ATR-1A (phased-array) and (675) 65cm x 19.6cm Boeing reflector Airborne antennas to receive a maximum downlink EIRP density of +13 dBW/4kHz from the AMC-4 satellite at 101 degrees West Longitude (WL) and TELSTAR 6 at 93 degrees WL for the associated emissions 32M4G7D and 20M0G7D.
5870Archive/ VISTAR Order /E990316This authorization is issued pursuant to and subject to the conditions and terms set forth in the Commission's Order released July 2, 2002 (DA 02-1566) (VISTAR)
5871Archive/ MSV Order /E900081This authorization is issued pursuant to and subject to the conditions and terms set forth in the Commission's Order released July 2, 2002 (DA 02-1565), Memorandum Opinion, Order and Authorization released March 12, 2004 (DA 04-693) (MSV), and Order and Authorization released May 31, 2006 (DA 06-1179).
58723.8 meter C-band antennaLicensee is not authorized to transmit signals in the horizontal polarization.
5873Direct-to-Home service via non-U.S. licensed satellites.Licensee is authorized to provide fixed-satellite service other than Direct-to-Home service via non-U.S. licensed satellites.
5874L-bandLicensee IS GRANTED a waiver of the real-time priority and preemptive access requirements of Footnote US308 to Section 2.106 of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R. § 2.106, and ITU Radio Regulation 5.353A, for the term of the license.
5875L-bandLicensee's operation of the authorized METs is on a secondary basis to safety and distress communications of those stations operating in the Global Maritime Distress Satellite Service.
5876Archive/ NSR Order /E990083This authorization is issued pursuant to and subject to the conditions and terms set forth in the Commission's Order released June 28, 2002 (DA 02-1510) (NSR)
5877Archive / (OuterLink) /E980203This authorization is issued pursuant to and subject to the conditions and terms set forth in the Commission's Order released July 2, 2002 (DA 02-1525) (OuterLink).
5878Archive / MCI /KA323 /KA221A waiver of footnote NG169 in Section 2.106 of the Commission's Rules and Regulations is granted for the authorized earth station to be located more than 10 miles from the two grandfathered earth stations (CSG-90-101-P/L and KA294). See the attached "Memorandum for the file" dated September 25, 2002.
5879common carrier and non-common carrier servicesLicensee is permitted to operate this earth station for both common carrier and non-common carrier services, subject to condition 5880.
5880common carrierUse of this facility to provide international service on a common carrier basis requires a separate authorization under Section 214 of the Communication Act of 1934, as amended.
58815850-5925 MHz and 3625-3700 MHzThe extended C-band frequencies 5850-5925 MHz and 3625-3700 MHz are only for use with the INTELSAT and New Skies Satellite, N.V. satellites listed in Section D (Points of Communications) of this authorization.
588210.95-11.2 GHz and 11.45-11.7 GHzThe receiving frequencies 10.95-11.2 GHz and 11.45-11.7 GHz are only for use with the INTELSAT and New Skies Satellite, N.V. satellites listed in Section D (Points of Communications) of this authorization.
5883incomplete frequency coordination in 6425-6525 MHz. / E000696Operation in the frequency band 6425-6525 MHZ is permitted only on a non-harmful interference basis until such time the Commission acts upon a modification application in which completed and successful frequency coordination with terrestrial mobile users is submitted in accordance with Section 25.203 of the Commission's Rules. Operation in the frequency band 6425-6525 MHZ shall not cause harmful interference to, and Licensee is required to accept harmful interference from, any other lawfully operating radio station. Operations shall cease immediately upon notification of such interference, and complaints of all radio interference shall be forwarded immediately to the Commission, in writing.
Code Note Condition
5884Echostar / E980118Licensee is not authorized to communicate with EchoStar 2 located at 148 degrees West Longitude except to the extent that the operations of that space station have been separately authorized by the FCC.
5885non-US licensed satellitesThis authorization does not authorize Licensee to provide any Direct-to-Home ("DTH"), Direct Broadcast Satellite ("DBS") service or Digital Audio Radio Service ("DARS") to, from, or within the United States via a non-U.S.-licensed satellite.
5886JCSAT 1BCommunications between earth station and the JCSAT 1B satellite shall be in compliance with the satellite coordination agreements reached between Japan and other administrations.
5887JCSAT 1BLicensee is restricted to the transmission of only digital carriers to the JCSAT 1B satellite and may transmit only within the 14.0-14.5 GHz band.
5888JCSAT 1BLicensee is restricted to receive only digital carriers from the JCSAT 1B satellite and may receive only within the 11.7-12.2 GHz band.
5889JCSAT 3Communications between earth station and the JCSAT 3 satellite shall be in compliance with the satellite coordination agreements reached between Japan and other administrations. In addition, Licensee is prohibited from sending or receiving any analog FM video television signal to or from the JCSAT 3 satellite.
5890E010016 / Hawaii PacificThis earth station is granted to operate the frequency band 3650-3698 MHz on a secondary basis.
5891NSS-8Access to NSS-8 shall be in compliance with all satellite coordination agreements regarding the operations of NSS-8.
5892NSS-8Licensee is authorized to communicate with NSS-8 only in the 3700-4200 MHz and 5925-6425 MHz frequency bands.
5893NSS-8The earth station is authorized to communicate with NSS-8 under the conditions: (a) In the future, should the Commission authorize access to the U.S. market by a satellite that is two-degree spacing compliant, and is located as close as two-degrees from the NSS-8 satellite, New Skies would be expected to coordinate, in good faith, with other administrations and other U.S. licensees. (b) If a coordination agreement is not reached, New Skies's operation of NSS-8 must be on a non-harmful interference basis relative to U.S. services being provided by the compliant satellite. (c) If a coordination agreement is not reached, NSS-8 satellite shall not cause harmful interference to, nor shall operators accessing these satellite networks claim protection from, U.S. services provided over U.S.-authorized satellite networks, and/or U.S.-authorized services provided over non-U.S.-authorized satellite networks that are providing service to the United States that are compliant with the Commission's two-degree spacing rules. (d) In addition, operation of NSS-8 in the conventional C-band, shall cease immediately upon notification of harmful interference. Complaints of all radio interference shall be forwarded to the Commission in writing.
5894Nss-8The New Skies earth station, E000152, must operate on a non-harmful interference basis with respect to future satellites, both U.S. licensed and non-U.S. licensed services, that are two-degree spacing compliant serving the U.S. market and currently not coordinated at that time.
5895Richtec/ E020074This authorization is issued pursuant to and subject to the conditions and terms set forth in the Commission's Order released March 7, 2003 (DA 03-639). See also Public Notice, Report No. TEL-00673, DA 03-1814, File No. ISP-PDR-20030422-00013, May 29, 2003; and Public Notice, Report No. SES-00504, File No. SES-T/C-20030423-00516, June 4, 2003. (Richtec)
5896Richtec/ E020074This authorization is subject to a future Commission finding that Inmarsat has conducted an IPO under Sections 621(2) and 621(5)(A)(ii) of the ORBIT Act.
5897Richtech E020074This authorization is subject to limitation or revocation pursuant to Section 601(b)(1) of the ORBIT Act and Title III of the Communications Act of 1934, 47 U.S.C. § 301 et seq., should Inmarsat fail to conduct an IPO in compliance with the requirements of Section 621 of the ORBIT Act.
5898Richtec/ E020074This authorization is subject to operation of Inmarsat under Section 648 of the ORBIT Act imposing restrictions on exclusive arrangements for the provision of satellite services between the United States and other countries.
5899Richtec/ E020074 & Skywave/E030055Licensee's mobile earth station operations shall be limited to the portions of the 1525-1544 and 1626.5-1645.5 MHz band coordinated for the satellite being accessed in the most recent annual L-band operator-to-operator agreement. In the absence of a coordination agreement, Licensee's operation in the 1525-1544 and 1626.5-1645.5 MHz band will be on a non-harmful interference basis. Consequently, Licensee in these frequency bands shall not cause harmful interference to any other lawfully operating satellite or radio facility and shall cease operations upon written notification of such interference. Licensee shall also inform the Commission in writing of such notification. Furthermore, Licensee must notify all other operators in these frequency bands that it will be operating on a non-harmful interference basis. Licensee must also notify its customers that its operations are on a non-harmful interference basis.
5900Richtec/ E020074For the half-duplex METs authorized herein to operate in the 1525-1544 MHz and 1626.5-1645.5 MHz bands, footnotes US315 and S5.353A to Section 2.106 of the Commission's Rules ARE WAIVED to permit the half-duplex METs authorized herein to operate in a portion of the lower L-band (1525-1544 MHz and 1626.5-1645.5 MHz) on a non-real-time preemptive basis. Under this waiver, operations of half-duplex METs in the lower L-band shall be on a secondary basis to safety and distress communications of those stations operating in the GMDSS.
5901Richtec/ E020074Richtec's METs shall comply with the out-of-band emission limits set forth in Sections 25.202(f) and 25.216 of the Commission's rules. See 47 C.F.R. § 25.202(f); Out-of-Band Emission Order, FCC 02-34 (rel. May 14, 2002).
5902 Transmission from this earth station antenna to a space station, of which there is less than two-degree orbital spacing from its adjacent space station operating in co-frequency band, requires coordination agreement prior to transmittal of signals.
590313.75-14 GHzLicensee must provide the Naval Electromagnetic Spectrum Center (703-325-2750) a 24hr phone number which would be contacted when national defense and US Naval operation requirements necessitate immediate cessation of operations. The Licensee is aware that they would be required to temporarily cease satellite operations on these frequencies until notified otherwise.
590413.75-14 GHzLicensee is urged, but is not required, to cooperate voluntarily with NASA in order to facilitate continued operation of the NASA TRMIM in the 13.793-13.805 GHz band.
5906EUTELSAT Atlantic Bird 2 satellite @ 8 degrees W.L.Licensee is restricted to the transmission of only digital carriers to the EUTELSAT Atlantic Bird 2 satellite @ 8 degrees W.L. and may transmit only within the 13.75-14.5 GHz band.
5907EUTELSAT Atlantic Bird 2 satellite @ 8 degrees W.L.Licensee is restricted to receive only digital carriers from the EUTELSAT Atlantic Bird 2 satellite @ 8 degrees W.L. and may receive only within the 10.95-11.2 GHz and 11.45-11.7 GHz bands.
5908EUTELSAT Atlantic Bird 1 satellite @ 12.5 degrees W.L.Communications between earth station and the EUTELSAT Atlantic Bird 1 satellite @ 12.5 degrees W.L. shall be in compliance with the satellite coordination agreements reached between France and other administrations.
5909EUTELSAT Atlantic Bird 1 satellite @ 12.5 degrees W.L.Licensee is restricted to the transmission of only digital carriers to the EUTELSAT Atlantic Bird 1 satellite @ 12.5 degrees W.L. and may transmit only within the 14.0-14.5 GHz band.
5910EUTELSAT Atlantic Bird 1 satellite @ 12.5 degrees W.L.Licensee is restricted to receive only digital carriers from the EUTELSAT Atlantic Bird 1 satellite @ 12.5 degrees W.L. and may receive only within the 10.95-11.2 GHz and 11.7-11.95 GHz bands.
5911Hispasat 1 C satellite @ 30 W.L.Communications between earth station and the Hispasat 1 C satellite @ 30 W.L. shall be in compliance with the satellite coordination agreements reached between Spain and other administrations.
5912Hispasat 1 C satellite @ 30 W.L.Licensee is restricted to the transmission of only digital carriers to the Hispasat 1 C satellite @ 30 W.L. and may transmit only within the 13.75-14.0 GHz band.
5913Hispasat 1 C satellite @ 30 W.L.Licensee is restricted to receive only digital carriers from the Hispasat 1 C satellite @ 30 W.L. and may receive only within the 11.95-12.2 GHz bands.
5914Richtec/ E020074This authorization permits the licensee to provide common carrier service consistent with Richtec's Section 214 authorization in File No. ITC-214-20020228-00160. See Public Notice, Report No. TEL-00522, 17 FCC Rcd 7391 (April 25, 2002). See also Public Notice, Report No. TEL-00673, DA 03-1814, File No. ISP-PDR-20030422-00013, May 29, 2003; and Public Notice, Report No. SES-00504, File No. SES-T/C-20030423-00516, June 4, 2003.
5915 Communications between earth station and the EUTELSAT Atlantic Bird 2 satellite @ 8 degrees W.L. using the 13.75-14.0 GHz, 10.95-11.2 GHz, and 11.45-11.7 GHz bands shall be on a non-interference basis until such time that the satellite coordination between France and the United States administration has been fully coordinated. Upon the Completion of the satellite coordination between France and the United States administration, operations in the 13.75-14.0 GHz, 10.95-11.2 GHz, and 11.45-11.7 GHz bands shall be in compliance with the satellite coordination agreements reached between France and other administrations.
5916E930182 / GTECHA Waiver request to the Section 25.134(a) of the Commission's Rules is hereby granted for 1) 40,000 transmit & receive 0.74-meter (98x56 cm) Prodelin Model HANT-91TR antennas and 2) 35,000 transmit & receive 0.98-meter circular-aperture Prodelin Model 9008668 antennas to receive a maximum downlink EIRP density of +9.0 dBW/4kHz from the SES Americom satellite AMC-4 located at 101 degrees West Longitude for the associated emission 6M20G7W.
5917Rad Haz /warning labelsAll transmitting mobile devices regulated by the Commission must be in compliance with the Commission's radiofrequency (RF) exposure guidelines, pursuant to Section 2.1091(d) (3) of the Commission's rules. See 47 CFR 2.1091(d) (3).
5918E970381 /GLOBALSTAROperation of the GLOBALSAT network shall be in compliance with the coordination agreement, Technical Operational Coordination Agreement for the joint Usage of the Band 1610.6-1613.8 MHz for Airborne Mobile Earth Stations, reached between the NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION and GLOBALSTAR.
5919DBAC /E020010DBAC is not authorized to provide programming to U.S. customers that it obtains through exclusive agreements entered into with Canadian space station operators, program suppliers, and/or program distributors.
5920DBAC /E020010DBAC shall ensure that the antenna does not create the potential for exposure of persons who may be within the immediate vicinity to radiofrequency radiation in excess of FCC safety guidelines defined in 47 C.F.R. §§ 1.1307(b)(1) and 1.1310. DBAC shall take precautions to ensure compliance with FCC guidelines for exposure to RF radiation. This will include a warning label on the transmitting antennas, and a radome or an automatic shut off system. Only technically trained professionals shall install the antennas. These installers shall place the antennas only at locations that are not readily accessible.
5921DBAC /E020010DBAC must not exceed the limits set forth in 47 C.F.R. § 25.134(a). Further, this authorization is subject to the final outcome of Commission action in Petition for Rulemaking Filed by Spacenet, Inc., RM-9864, Public Notice, Report No. SPB-156 (rel. April 28, 2000).
5922DBAC /E020010Communications between earth stations and the Nimiq and Nimiq 2 DBS satellites shall be in compliance with the satellite coordination agreements reached between Canada and other administrations and in a manner consistent with Appendices 30 and 30A of the International Radio Regulations.
5924DBAC /E020010DBAC's DBS and DTH operations must comply with all rules applicable to other Commission DBS/DTH licensees (e.g., the public interest obligations of 47 C.F.R. § 25.701).
5925 This authorization is issued pursuant to the Commission's Order released May 7, 2003 (DA 03-1526) (DBAC)
5926EchoStar / E950288Licensee is not authorized to communicate with EchoStar 5 located at 119 degrees West Longitude (WL) and EchoStar 6 @ 110 degrees WL except to the extent that the operations of that space station have been separately authorized by the FCC.
5927E930192/ GTECHCommunications between 0.74-meter Prodelin, 0.98-meter Prodelin, 0.75-meter Channel Master, and 0.96-meter Channel Master earth stations and the AMC-4 @ 101 degrees W.L. satellite shall be in compliance with the satellite coordination agreements reached between SES Americom, Inc. and PanAmSat Corporation.
5928Loral / E020101Communications between 0.96-meter or 0.95-meter earth stations and the Telstar 6 satellite shall be in compliance with the satellite coordination agreements reached between SES Americom and Loral Skynet.
5929TV Guide Network/ E920055Communications between 1.8-meter earth station and the NSS-806 satellite shall be in compliance with the satellite coordination agreements reached between New Skies Satellites N.V. and PanAmSat Corporation.
5930LEOPOperations of this station with any earth station antenna angle between 0 and 360 degrees in azimuth (with respect to true north) and above 5 degrees in elevation are authorized during launch & early orbit phase (LEOP) operations only, provided such operations do not cause any harmful interference to any other lawfully operated radio station.
5931E010016/ MEASAT-2 sateliteThis authorization is issued pursuant to and subject to the conditions and terms set forth in the Commission's Order released August 19, 2003 (DA 03-2688). (MEASAT-2 satellite)
5932SES-MFS-20090106-00002 , Waiver request to the Section 25.210(a) and 25.210(f)JCSAT’s requests for waiver of Sections 25.210(a)(3) and 25.210(f) of the Commission’s rules, 47 C.F.R. §§ 25.210(a)(3) and 25.210(f), ARE GRANTED. As a condition of granting these waivers, JCSAT-2R must accommodate future satellite networks serving the United States that are compliant with Sections 25.210(a)(3) and 25.210(f). Further, JCSAT must operate JCSAT-2R pursuant to any existing or future coordination agreements for this location.
593310950-11700 MHz bandIn the 10950-11700 MHz band, all operations are on an unprotected basis. The licensee shall not claim protection from, and is required to accept interference from, other lawfully operating satellites or radio communication systems.
5934 The authority to operate granted in connection with this earth station application shall become effective upon grant of an authorization from the United Kingdom for space operations under the UK Outer Space Act (1986). 
5935NG104, 10950-11700 MHz bandThe grant of this license is pursuant to NG104, which requires that signals received in the 10950-11700 MHz band be emanated from uplink transmissions outside the US&P.
Code Note Condition
5936 10950-11700 MHz bandThe use of the bands 10950-11700 MHz in the fixed-satellite service is limited to international systems.
593712700-12750 MHz bandAll operations on 12700-12750 MHz band are on an unprotected basis. The licensee shall not claim protection from, and is required to accept interference from, other lawfully operating satellites or radio communication systems.
5938Intelsat License LLC (E000296)Telemetry, Tracking and Command (TT&C) functions for U.S. domestic satellites shall be conducted at either or both edges of the allocated bands. Frequencies, polarization and coding shall be selected to minimize interference into other satellite networks and within their own satellite system. TT& C function not performed at bandedge(s) are only permitted with specified satellites that were previously authorized, or that are outside of the U.S. satellite arc 70 to 140 degree W.L.
5940 NTIA has no objection to the extension request for STA made by Hughes Network Systems, Inc., to use the 14.5 - 14.51 GHz band for certain VSAT testing for an additional 180 days. NTIA wants the applicant to be aware that this extension is viewed as a temporary solution. The federal government by approving this extension does not waiver any rights to this spectrum nor indicate unlimited extensions.
5941JCSAT-2A /E030087Earth station is granted a waiver of Sections 25.210 (e) and 25.210(g)(2) of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R. §§ 25.210 (e) and 25.210(g)(2) for the purpose of communicating with JCSAT 2A in the conventional and extended C-bands
5942JCSAT-2A /E030087Communications between earth station and JCSAT 2A shall be in compliance with the satellite coordination agreements reached between the United States and Japan.
5943JCSAT-2A /E030087Earth stations is authorized to communicate with JCSAT 2A in the conventional C-band, only under the following conditions, (a) In the future, should the Commission authorize access to the U.S. market by a satellite that is two-degree spacing compliant, and is located as close as two-degrees from a JCSAT 2A satellite, JCSAT 2A satellite operator would be expected to coordinate, in good faith, with the licensee of this satellite. (b) If a coordination agreement is not reached, Licensee's operation of JCSAT 2A must be on a non-harmful interference basis relative to U.S. services being provided by the compliant satellite. (c) If a coordination agreement is not reached, these satellite networks shall not cause harmful interference to, nor shall operators accessing these satellite networks claim protection from, U.S. services provided over U.S.-authorized satellite networks, and/or U.S.-authorized services provided over non-U.S.-authorized satellite networks that are providing service to the United States that are compliant with the Commission's two-degree spacing rules. (d) In addition, operation of JCSAT 2A in the conventional C-band, shall cease immediately upon notification of harmful interference. Complaints of all radio interference shall be forwarded to the Commission in writing.
5944JCSAT-2A /E030087Licensee is prohibited from providing analog video service.
5945E030094 - AMOCOCommunications between 2.4-meter earth stations and the Loral's TELSTAR 6 @ 93 degrees W.L. shall be in compliance with the satellite coordination agreements reached between PanAmSat Corporation and Loral Skynet.
5946E030148/ Peak UplinkCommunications between 2.4-meter AVL Technologies earth stations and Galaxy IIIC @ 95 degrees W.L., Galaxy IVR @ 99 degrees W.L., and Galaxy XI @ 91 degrees W.L.satellites shall be in compliance with the satellite coordination agreements reached between Loral Skynet and PanAmSat Corporation.
5947E030092/ PetroCommCommunications between 2.4-meter Prodelin Corp. earth stations and AMC-2 @ 85 degrees W.L. satellite shall be in compliance with the satellite coordination agreements reached between SES Americom and Loral Skynet, and between SES Americom and PanAmSat Corporation.
5948E000723 / BoeingOn August 14, 2002, the licensee filed a report regarding its compliance with the conditions set forth in the Commission's Order released December 21, 2001, DA 01-3008, as required by paragraph 19(h)(5) of that Order. The licensee must update its submission by filing any new or modified information (as specified in paragraph 19(h)(5) of the Order) that has not otherwise been provided to the Commission no later than 30 days prior to commencing commercial operations using the ATR-1B antenna.
5949E000723 / BoeingCommunications between Boeing phased-array and reflector aircraft earth stations and the Loral's TELSTAR 6 @ 93 degrees W.L. and AMC-4 @ 93 degrees W.L. shall be in compliance with the engineering certifications of SES Americom, Inc. and Loral Skynet filed in this proceeding, File Nos. SES-LIC-20001204-02300, SES-MOD-20020308-00429, and SES-MOD-20030512-00639.
5950E880423 /QualcommThe emission 36MOF1D denotes the RF carrier is a 1.0 MHz direct-sequence spreading and frequency hopping over 36 MHz transmission. The corresponding EIRP power density over the 36 MHz is -19.56 dB(W/4kHz) and the instantaneous power density over the 1 MHz is -4.0 dB(W/4kHz).
5951E030020 /PASAccess to Horizons I shall be in compliance with applicable current and future operational requirements as a result of coordination agreements reached with other satellite systems.
5952E030020 /PASLicensee is authorized to communicate with Horizons I only in the 11.7-12.2 GHz and 14.0-14.5 GHz frequency bands.
5953E030020 /PASIn the future, should the Commission authorize access to the U.S. market by a U.S.-licensed or non-U.S.-licensed satellite that is providing services to the U.S. that are two-degree-compliant, and is located two degrees or more from Horizons I, Horizons would be expected to coordinate in good faith with the licensee of that satellite.
5954E030020 /PASLicensee is not authorized to transmit and receive emission 750KF2D via Horizons I. In the 11.7-12.2 GHz band, the licensee is only authorized to operate with any other emissions that do not exceed the maximum E.I.R.P. and E.I.R.P. density authorized in this license, and the bandwidth of 35M9F8W for analog video service, 35M9G7W and 35M9G7D for digital carriers.
5955E030055 /SkywaveSkyWave Mobile Communications, Corp. (SkyWave) shall modify its U.S. mobile earth terminals ("METs") to facilitate average shutdown times of 1.35 seconds, and a maximum shutdown time of 2.6 seconds in order to improve the protection for the Global Maritime Distress and Safety Service ("GMDSS"). SkyWave shall make the software and hardware modifications to its Inmarsat D+ METs within 6 months of the Commission's grant of its application for 25,000 Inmarsat D+ METs. Further, SkyWave shall make any required hub modifications to the LES within 12 months of the Commission's grant of its application. SkyWave will notify the Commission and NTIA, by a letter, when the MET and hub modifications to the LES have been completed.
5956MSSThe authorized mobile earth terminals (METs) shall comply with the out-of-band emission limits set forth in Sections 25.202(f) and 25.216 of the Commission's rules. See 47 C.F.R. §§ 25.202(f) and 25.216; Out-of-Band Emission Orders, FCC 02-34 (rel. May 14, 2002), as amended by FCC-03-0283 (rel. November 18, 2003).
5957INMARSAT 4F2Licensees must comply with the terms of any L-band operator-to-operator coordination agreement. In the absence of a continuing L-band operator-to-operator coordination agreement, operations of METs in the 1525-1559 and 1626.5-1660.5 MHz bands will be on a non-harmful interference basis until a future operator-to-operator agreement is concluded. In this instance, each licensee must notify the other operators in these frequency bands that it will be operating on a non-harmful interference basis. Each licensee must notify its customers that its operations are on a non-harmful interference basis.
5958L-BandLicensees must comply with the terms of any L-band operator-to-operator coordination agreement. In the absence of a continuing L-band operator-to-operator coordination agreement, operations in the 1525-1559 and 1626.5-1660.5 MHz bands will be on a non-harmful interference basis until a future operator-to-operator agreement is concluded. In this instance, each licensee must notify the other operators in these frequency bands that it will be operating on a non-harmful interference basis. Each licensee must notify its customers that its operations are on a non-harmful interference basis.
5959Extended C-Band -- No ALSATThe extended C-band frequencies 5850-5925 MHz and 3625-3700 MHz are not permitted with ALSAT-designated satellites.
5960 For the full-duplex METs authorized herein to operate in the 1525-1544 MHz and 1626.5-1645.5 MHz bands, footnotes US315 and S5.353A to Section 2.106 of the Commission's Rules ARE WAIVED to permit the full-duplex METs authorized herein to operate in a portion of the lower L-band (1525-1544 MHz and 1626.5-1645.5 MHz) on a non-real-time preemptive basis. Under this waiver, operations of full-duplex METs in the lower L-band shall be on a secondary basis to safety and distress communications of those stations operating in the GMDSS.
5961LEOP/ INTELSAT/E040125This authorization is subject to the conditions and terms set forth in the Commission's Order and Authorization, DA 06-xxx, released June , 2006.
5962 1. THE USER MUST PROVIDE THE NAVAL ELECTROMAGNETIC SPECTRUM CENTER (703-325-2750) A 24HR PHONE NUMBER WHEN NATIONAL DEFENSE AND US NAVAL OPERATION REQUIREMENTS NECESSITATE IMMEDIATE CESSATION OF OPERATIONS. 2. THE APPLICANT IS AWARE THAT THEY WOULD BE REQUIRED TO TEMPORARILY CEASE SATELLITE OPERATIONS ON THESE FREQUENCIES UNTIL NOTIFIED OTHERWISE.
5963 All operations on 12.50 - 12.75 GHz band are on an unprotected basis. The licensee shall not claim protection from, and is required to accept interference from, other lawfully operating satellites or radio communication systems.
5964 Telesat Network Services, Inc.'s request for of a waiver in order for ESVs licensed under SES-MOD-20120308-00248 to operate within the contours of the European and African Beams of the Telstar 11N (37.55 WL) satellite downlink in the 12.50-12.75 GHz band is granted on an unprotected basis.
5965 Telesat Network Services, Inc.'s license under SES-MOD-20120308-00248 is prohibited to receive Estrela Do Sul 2 satellite at 63 degrees WL on frequencies 10.95 - 11.2 GHz and 12.50 - 12.75 GHz.
6054 Applicant certified that it will comply with EIRP limit of 71 dbw/6 MHz per US357 (FCC 25.204(f)). Applicant certified that it will comply with US357 (FCC Rule 25.204(f)).
6055ANIK E2R @111.1 W.L.ALSAT- designated earth stations are not authorized to use Anik E2R to provide any Direct-to-Home ("DTH") service, Direct Broadcast Satellite ("DBS") service, or Digital Audio Radio Service ("DARS") to, form, or within the United States.
6056ANIK E2R @111.1 W.L.Communications between Anik E2R and ALSAT-designated earth stations shall be in compliance with the satellite coordination agreements reached between Canada and other administrations.
6057PetroCom License in the Gulf of Mexico on Oil PlatformThese facilities authorized herein must not be operated in an ESV mode.
6058PetroCom License in the Gulf of Mexico on Oil PlatformAll ships used under this authorization must be of United States Registry.
6059Verestar E030294 added on 10/1/04This authorization permits Verestar servicing on a Ku-band temporary-fixed VSAT network in conjunction with the United States Army operations. Verestar shall operate the network within the operational perimeter described in the license application on a non-interference basis. Control and operation of the network will be the sole responsibility of Verestar at all times. In other words, the customer (United States Army) will not have the authority or ability to control or operate the VSAT Network.
6060Verestar E030294 added on 10/1/04Maximum EIRP per carrier shall be maintained at 49.7 dBW when operating with the Channel Master 960TX 0.96-meter and/or Vertex RSI 1.2-meter antennas. No receive interference protection is provided in this authorization.
6061Stratos Offshore Services E980235This authorization permits antennas for Ku-band VSAT terminals to be installed only on stabilized barges and marine platforms that are tethered or anchored directly to the riverbed or ocean floor such that the barges and platforms are not in motion at all time.
6062Hawaii Pacific Teleport, L.P. E010016With reference to Article 18 of the ITU Radio Regulations, the United States is not the "government of the country to which" the Telstar 18/ApstarV/Tongasat space station "is subject," and is not acting on behalf of any other government. Operations of earth station call sign [E010016] are expressly conditioned upon that space station (or those space stations) having been licensed, within the meaning of Article 18, by the government, or on behalf of the government, of the country to which the station is subject.
6063AvL Order and Authorization grant in 2004.AvL shall take all reasonable and customary measures to ensure that the earth stations do not create a potential for harmful non-ionizing radiation to persons who may be in the vicinity of the earth stations when they are in operation. At a minimum, permanent warning labels shall be affixed to the earth stations, warning of the radiation hazard and including a diagram showing the regions around the earth stations where the radiation levels could exceed 1.0 mW/cm2. The operator of the earth station shall be responsible for assuring that individuals do not stray into the regions around the earth stations where there is a potential for exceeding the maximum permissible exposure limits required by Section 1.1310 of our Rules, 47 C.F.R. §1.1310. This shall be accomplished by means of signs, caution tape, verbal warnings, placement of the earth station so as to minimize access to the hazardous region and/or any other appropriate means.
6064AvL Order and Authorization grant in 2004.This authorization is limited to communications with SES satellites AMC-4 at 101.0 degrees W.L. nominal orbital location and AMC-6 at 72.0 degrees W.L. nominal orbital location, in the 14.0-14.5 GHz (uplink) and 11.7-12.2 GHz (downlink) bands.
6065AvL Order and Authorization grant in 2004.AvL will maintain nominal pointing accuracy of less than or equal to 0.3 degrees with wind (for the 0.75 and 0.96 meter antenna earth stations) and less than or equal to 0.4 degrees (for the 1.0 meter antenna earth stations) as described in the agreements with Loral Skynet and with PanAmSat Corporation.
6066AvL Order and Authorization grant in 2004.During operation of the earth stations, AvL will maintain alignment of the major axis of each earth station antenna with the tangent to the geostationary satellite orbital arc at the point of the target satellite, with the correct polarization.
6067AvL Order and Authorization grant in 2004.In the event of a report of harmful interference resulting from the use of these earth stations, AvL will immediately cease operations and inform the Commission.
6068AvL Order and Authorization grant in 2004.Whenever an earth station is in use, a trained and competent operator must be physically present.
6069AvL Order and Authorization grant in 2004.The antennas must be installed by a professional installer and aligned with the intended satellites to less than or equal to the tolerance stated in the agreements with Loral Skynet and with PanAmSat Corporation.
6070AvL Order and Authorization grant in 2004.AvL will operate the earth stations in accord with all conditions specified in the agreements with Loral Skynet and with PanAmSat Corporation.
6071 This authorization does not authorize New Skies Satellites, N.V., to provide any Direct-to-Home service, Direct Broadcast Satellite service, or Digital Audio Radio Service to, from, or within the United States using the NSS-7 satellite.
6072 Pursuant to Section 1.3 of the Commission's rules, each earth station with "ALSAT" designated as a point of communication, is granted a waiver of Sections 25.202(g), 25.210(a)(1), 25.210(a)(3), 25.210(i) and 25.211(a) of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R. §§ 25.202(g), 25.210(a)(1), 25.210(a)(3), 25.211(a), and 25.210(i) for the limited purpose of communicating with NSS-7 in the conventional C-and Ku-bands, subject to the conditions set forth in its earth station license and in this Order.
6073Solidaridad-2ALSAT- designated earth stations are permitted to communicate with Solidaridad-2 to provide service in the United States on a non-interference basis relative to two degree compliant operations.
6074Solidaridad-2In the event that the Commission authorizes access to the U.S. market by a satellite that is two-degree-compliant, and is located within two degrees of Solidaridad-2, ALAST-designated earth stations are permitted to communicate with Solidaridad-2 to provide service in the United Sates, but only on a non-interference basis unless and until Satellites Mexicanos, S.A. de C.V. reaches a coordination agreement with that two-degree-compliant satellite system.
Code Note Condition
6075 ALSAT-designated earth stations communicating with Solidaridad-2 must meet the requirements of Section 25.212 of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R. sec., 25.212.
6076Horizons 1 @ 127 W.L.IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that PanAmSat Licensee Corporation is not authorized to transmit and receive emission 750KF2D via Horizons I. In the 11.7-12.2 GHz band, the licensee is only authorized to operate with emissions that do not exceed the maximum e.i.r.p. and e.i.r.p. densities authorized in this license, that is, do not exceed a bandwidth of 35M9F8W for analog video service, and do not exceed 35M9G7W and 35M9G7D for digital carriers.
6077 IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the maximum downlink e.i.r.p. density of the digital carrier shall not exceed +6.0 dBW/4 kHz.
6078Horizons 1 satelliteIn communications from Horizons I in the 11.7-12.2 GHz band, the licensee is only authorized to operate with emissions that do not exceed the maximum e.i.r.p. and e.i.r.p. densities authorized in this license and cannot exceed a bandwidth of 35.9 megahertz for digital or analog carriers. The maximum downlink e.i.r.p. density of the digital carrier shall not exceed +6.0 dBW/4 kHz from Horizons I.
6102 Access to the SATMEX-5 and/or SOLIDARIDAD F-2 satellite network shall be in compliance with the satellite coordination agreement reached between the administration of the United States and Mexico regarding the operations of the SATMEX-5, and/or SOLIDARIDAD F-2 satellite network.
6303 ALSAT-designated earth stations are only authorized to communicate with Estrela do Sul 1 in the 11.7-12.2 GHz and 14.0-14.5 GHz bands consistent with the technical parameters contained in the earth station authorization. Communications in any other band are not permitted.
6304 ALSAT-designated earth stations are not authorized to use Estrela do Sul 1 to provide any Direct-to-Home (DTH) service, Direct Broadcast Satellite (DBS) service, or Digital Audio Radio Service (DARS) to, from, or within the United States.
6305E900081 /MSVMobile Satellite Ventures Subsidiary LLC's MET operations shall be limited to 2.0 MHz of spectrum in each direction of the 1626.5-1645.5 MHz and 1530-1544 MHz band coordinated for the satellite being accessed in the most recent annual L-band operator-to-operator agreement, and that no additional spectrum will be requested or used.
6306E900081 /MSVIn the absence of a continuing annual operator-to-operator coordination agreement, Mobile Satellite Ventures Subsidiary LLC's operation in the 1626.5-1645.5 MHz and 1530-1544 MHz band will be on a non-harmful interference basis. Consequently, in the absence of a coordination agreement, Mobile Satellite Ventures Subsidiary LLC shall not cause harmful interference to any other lawfully operating satellite or radio facility and shall cease operations upon written notification of such interference. Furthermore, Mobile Satellite Ventures Subsidiary LLC must notify all other operators in these frequency bands that it will be operating on a non-harmful interference basis. MSV, Inc. must also notify its customers in the United States that its operations are on a non-harmful interference basis.
6307E900081 /MSVMSV's MET operations shall meet the priority and preemption limits set forth in MSV's letter of January 10, 2003 and that this authorization shall not be viewed as setting any precedent for future applications.
6546 Pegasus is not authorized to provide programming to U.S. customers that it obtains through exclusive agreements entered into with Canadian space station operators, program suppliers, and/or program distributors.
6547 Communications between U.S. earth stations and the Nimiq 1 and Nimiq 2 DBS satellites shall be in compliance with the satellite coordination agreements reached between Canada and other administrations and in a manner consistent with Appendicies 30 and 30A of the International Radio Regulations of the International Telecommunication Union.
6548 Pegasus's DBS and DTH operations must comply with all rules applicable to other Commission DBS/DTH licenses (e.g., the public interest obligations of 47 C.F.R. section 25.701).
6549 The equivalent isotropically radiated power (E.I.R.P.) of Pegasus's hub earth station in Cohoes, New York is limited to 87.4 dBW.
6550 Pegasus must complete construction of its hub earth station and commence operation of its network within 12 months of the date of this Order in accordance with 47 C.F.R. section 25.133(a). Pegasus must file timely certifications of construction in accordance with 47 C.F.R. section 25.133(b).
6551 ALSAT-designated earth stations are permitted to communicate with the Mabuhay Space Station located in 146 degrees E.L. to provide fixed satellite service in the United States, except that ALSAT-designated earth stations are not authorized to cmmunicate with the Mabuhay Space Station to provide any Direct-to-Home (DTH) service, Direct Broadcast Satellite (DBS) service, Digital Audio Radio Service (DARS), or to transmit or receive any analog television signal, to from, or within the United States.
6552 ALSAT- designated earth stations ARE PROHIBITED from sending or receiving any analog FM video television signals to or from the Mabuhay satellite.
6553L-bandIn accordance with Footnote US308, operation in the upper L-band 1545-1559 and 1646.5-1660.5 MHz, is on a secondary basis to U.S. AMS[R]S requirements of other U.S.-authorized MSS providers operating in the 1545-1559 and 1646.5-1660.5 MHz bands.
6554L-bandIn accordance with Footnote US315, operation in the Lower L-band 1525-1530 MHz, 1530-1544 and 1626.5-1646.5 MHz, is on a secondary basis to safety and distress communications of those stations operating in the Global Maritime Distress Satellite Service.
6555E030097Grant of this license is subject to compliance with the provisions of the agreement between Glentel Corp., on the one hand, and the U.S. Department of Justice (the "DOJ") including the Federal Bureau of Investigation (the "FBI"), and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (the "DHS) on the other, dated June 9, 2004 (the "Glentel Agreement"), which is designed to address national security, law enforcement and public safety issues of the DOJ, the FBI and the DHS regarding the license granted by this Public Notice. Nothing in the Glentel Agreement is intended to limit any obligation imposed by Federal law or regulation including, but not limited to, 47 U.S.C. §§ 222(a) and (c)(1) and the Commission's implementing regulations. The Glentel Agreement and the Petition to Adopt Conditions to Authorization and License submitted by the FBI on behalf of itself and the DOJ, and the DHS in File No. SES-LIC-20030502-00572, which petition we here grant, is publicly available in the record of this proceeding and may be viewed at http://svartifoss2.fcc.gov/servlet/ib.page.FetchAttachment?attachment_key=386608
6556L-bandIn the absence of a coordination agreement, Licensee's operation in the 1525-1559 and 1626.5-1660.5 MHz band will be on a non-harmful interference basis. Consequently, Licensee in these frequency bands shall not cause harmful interference to any other lawfully operating satellite or radio facility and shall cease operations upon written notification of such interference. Licensee shall also inform the Commission in writing of such notification. Furthermore, Licensee must notify all other operators in these frequency bands that it will be operating on a non-harmful interference basis. Licensee must also notify its customers that its operations are on a non-harmful interference basis.
6557File No. SES-MOD-20040607-00810 / Call Sign E970270 & SES-MOD-20040607-00809/ Call Sign E960463Space Imaging, LLC's authorization is subject to the following conditions: Space Imaging, LLC may communicate with the ResourceSat-1 satellite from its authorized earth station, provided that: (a) the ResourceSat-1 satellite is operated at an EIRP of 17 dBW or less, and (b) the ResourceSat-1 satellite uses a post-power amplifier band pass filter providing a minimum of 45 dB reduction of power at the Deep Space Network (DSN) band edge (8400 MHz).
6558File No. SES-MOD-20040607-00810 / Call Sign E970270 & SES-MOD-20040607-00809/ Call Sign E960463Access to ResourceSat-1 must comply with current coordination agreements with other satellite systems and any future modification to such agreements, including all applicable agreements between the United States and India.
6559File No. SES-MOD-20040607-00810 / Call Sign E970270 & SES-MOD-20040607-00809/ Call Sign E960463This authorization is issued pursuant to the Commission's Order (DA 05-1940) released July 6, 2005.
6560 Earth station antennas licensed for reception of radio transmissions from a space station in the fixed-sat
6561 Earth station antennas licensed for reception of radio transmissions from a space station in the fixed-satellite service are protected from radio interference caused by other space stations only to the degree to which harmful interference would not be expected to be caused to an earth station employing an antenna conforming to the referenced patterns defined in paragraphs (a) and (b) of Section 25.209 and protected from radio interference caused by terrestrial radio transmitters identified by the frequency coordination process only to the degree to which harmful interference would not be expected to be caused to an earth station conforming to the reference pattern defined in paragraph (a)(2) of this section.
6562 The operations of any earth station with an antenna not conforming to the standards of paragrpahs (a) and (b) of this section shall impose no limitations upon the operation, location or design of any terrestrial station, any other earth station, or any space station beyond those limitations that would be expected to be imposed by an earth station employing an antenna conforming to the reference patterns defined in paragraphs (a) and (b) of this section.
6563 This authorization is issued pursuant to and subject to the conditions and terms set forth in the Commission's Order released January 26, 2007 (DA 07-266)
6564 All half-duplex mobile earth stations terminals (METs) operating in the 1525.0-1544.0 MHz, 1545.0-1559.0 MHz and 1626.5-1645.5 MHz, 1646.5-1660.5 MHZ frequency bands shall have the following requirements (a) all operating METs must be capable of ceasing transmission and inhibiting any further transmissions within three second of a command from the network LES, or by cessation of a command signal under all circumstances; (b) Each MET, as a minimum, must be capable of selectively operating on a number of discrete channels within the operating band in order to accommodate the need to possibly modify frequency use due to traffic growth and ongoing intersystem frequency coordination; and (c) The requirements for full duplex operation noted in the Provisions 5849 and 5850 shall apply to half-duplex METs.
6565 Telemetry, tracking and telecommand (TT&C) operations identified in part B, Particulars of Operation in this authorization shall be conducted at either or both edges, in accordance with 47 C.F.R. 25.202 (g). Frequencies, polarization and coding shall be selected to minimize interference into other satellite networks. Transmission and reception of TT&C signals not at a band edge is granted only if a waiver of 47 C.F.R. § 25.202(g) has been granted for the specific satellite and the satellite operator agrees.
6566 The waiver requested by ViaSat to operate blanket licensed terminals in the 28.6-29.1 GHz and 18.8-19.3 GHz bands is granted based on the information presented concerning interference mitigation capabilities of VIASAT-1 presented in Narrative Exhibit A of File No. SES-LIC-20120201-00133. We therefore grant a blanket license provided that communications between VIASAT-1 and ViaSat's network of earth terminals not interfere with or seek protection from any primary NGSO operations currently planned or authorized in the future.
6567 Operations with WildBlue-1 and Anik-F2 satellites are limited to the 29.5-30.0 GHz (Earth-to-space) band and the 19.7-20.2 GHz (space-to-Earth) band.
6568 GSO Earth station operations in the 18.8-19.3 GHz band shall not claim protection from any current or future authorized non-Federal NGSO FSS system that it has not reached a coordination arrangement with or any current or future authorized Federal GSO FSS network or Federal NGSO FSS system.
6569 A waiver of 47 C.F.R. §25.221(a)(8) is GRANTED to permit operation in the 5925-6425 MHz (Earth-to-space) and 3700-4200 MHz (space-to-Earth) frequency bands on vessels smaller than 300 gross tons, subject to the limitation that the remote terminals shall not operate within 200 km of the U.S. coastline or with 200 km of offshore fixed service radio stations operating in the 5925-6425 MHz band that may be licensed within the 200 nautical mile (370.4 km) economic zone depicted at http://www.nauticalcharts.noaa.gov/csdl/mbound.htm.
6570 Reception in the 12.25-12.75 GHz frequency band in ITU Region 2 from FSS satellites are not protected from interference above the space-to-Earth power flux density (PFD) limits in Article 21.16 of the ITU Radio Regulations.
6571 Intelsat shall inform its customers in Region 2 using the 12.25-12.75 GHz band, in writing, that its operations must cease in the event they cause interference to any other lawfully operating radiocommunication systems in the 12.25-12.75 GHz band. In addition, Intelsat shall inform its customers in Region 2 using the 12.25-12.75 GHz band, in writing, that its operations are on an unprotected basis and are therefore subject to interference from authorized services in the 12.25-12.75 GHz frequency band.
6572 Waiver of 47 C.F.R. 25.202 (a)(1) footnote 13 is granted without protection from NGSO FSS systems operating in the 12.2-12.7 GHz frequency band.
6573 Reception in the 12.25-12.75 GHz frequency band in ITU Region 2 from are only authorized on flights to and from ITU Regions 1 & 3 and are not protected from interference above the space-to-Earth power flux density (PFD) limits in Article 21.16 of the ITU Radio Regulations.
6574 Use of these facilities is limited to radio links with HUB stations, call signs E950009 (backup), E890948 (backup) and E000003 (backup).
6575 Operations between the Lino Lakes earth station and Inmarsat 5F2 shall comply with all coordination agreements reached between the United Kingdom and other Administrations, including all coordination agreements reached between the United Kingdom and the United States (see e.g., UK telefax SSU 2000 dated 29 May 2009).
6576 The Lino Lake earth station’s communications with Inmarsat 5F2 in the 27.5-28.35 GHz and 28.6-29.1 GHz (Earth-to-space) bands shall be on a secondary basis. Inmarsat shall not cause harmful interference to any Federal or non-Federal station authorized to operate on a primary basis in the 28.6-29.1 GHz frequency band, must accept any interference from these systems, and must terminate operations immediately upon notification of harmful interference.
6577 Inmarsat’s request for a waiver of Footnote NG165 to Section 2.106 of the United States Table of Frequency Allocations, 47 C.F.R. § 2.106, to permit operations with the Lino Lakes earth station in the 18.8-19.3 GHz frequency band (space-to-Earth) is GRANTED. As a non-conforming user, for its communications with earth station Call Sign E120072, Inmarsat must accept any interference from any current or future non-Federal non-geostationary satellite orbit (NGSO) FSS system, any current or future Federal GSO FSS or NGSO FSS system, or any grandfathered co-primary fixed service stations authorized to use the 18.8-19.3 GHz frequency band. In addition, Inmarsat shall not cause harmful interference to any current or future authorized non-Federal NGSO FSS system, any current or future Federal GSO FSS or NGSO FSS system, or any grandfathered co-primary fixed service stations. Operations in the 18.8-19.3 GHz frequency band shall immediately cease upon notification of such harmful interference.
6578 Inmarsat must coordinate its space-to-Earth operations with the Lino Lakes earth station in the 18.3-18.8 GHz and 19.7-20.2 GHz frequency bands with the U.S. Federal Systems, including Federal operations to earth stations in foreign countries, in accordance with footnote US334 to the United States Table of Frequency Allocations, 47 C.F.R. 2.106.
6579 Transmissions between the Lino Lakes earth station, Call Sign E120072, and the Inmarsat 5F2 space station are limited to the provision of gateway and telemetry, tracking, and command services in the 18.3-19.3 GHz, 19.7-20.2 GHz (space-to-Earth) and 27.5-29.1 GHz, 29.25-30.0 GHz (Earth-to-space) frequency bands. This authorization is limited to the earth station call sign E120072 and not permit Inmarsat 5F2 to operate with any other earth station in the United States.
6580 This Radio Station Authorization is subject to the terms and conditions set forth in Inmarsat Hawaii Inc., Order and Authorization, DA 13-XXXX (rel. ____ 2013).
6581 In the band 2025-2110 MHz, authorization is granted within the particulars of operation specified in this radio station authorization subject to compliance with the 47 C.F.R. Table of Allocations Footnote US347 requirement that transmissions shall not cause harmful interference to Federal and non-Federal stations operating in accordance with the Table of Frequency Allocations.
6582 The request for waiver of off-axis EIRP spectral density limits for regions outside the GSO arc is granted under the condition that Raysat Antenna Systems, LLC must protect future NGSO satellite system authorizations.
6583  
6584 The request for waiver to permit StealthRay 3000, the StealthRay 5000 and the E-7000 terminals to operate with ALSAT because they are fully compliant with the Commission’s two-degree spacing policy is granted based on the justification provided in the narrative attachment of file number SES-MFS-20120517-00444, pages 23-25.
6585 The request for waiver to permit StealthRay 3000, the StealthRay 5000 and the E-7000 terminals to operate with ALSAT because they are fully compliant with the Commission’s two-degree spacing policy is granted based on the justification provided in the narrative attachment of file number SES-MFS-20120517-00445, pages 23-25.
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6586 The request for waiver to permit StealthRay 3000, the StealthRay 5000 and the E-7000 terminals to operate with ALSAT because they are fully compliant with the Commission’s two-degree spacing policy is granted based on the justification provided in the narrative attachment of file number SES-MFS-20120517-00446, pages 23-25.
6587 The request for waiver to permit StealthRay 3000, the StealthRay 5000 and the E-7000 terminals to operate with ALSAT because they are fully compliant with the Commission’s two-degree spacing policy is granted based on the justification provided in the narrative attachment of file number SES-MFS-20120517-00447, pages 23-25.
6588 The request for waiver to permit StealthRay 3000, the StealthRay 5000 and the E-7000 terminals to operate with ALSAT because they are fully compliant with the Commission’s two-degree spacing policy is granted based on the justification provided in the narrative attachment of file number SES-MFS-20120517-00448, pages 23-25.
6589 The request for waiver to permit StealthRay 3000, the StealthRay 5000 and the E-7000 terminals to operate with ALSAT because they are fully compliant with the Commission’s two-degree spacing policy is granted based on the justification provided in the narrative attachment of file number SES-MFS-20120517-00449, pages 23-25.
6590 Operations in the 13.75-14.0 GHz band below 68 dBW EIRP are not permitted per footnote US356 of the Table of Frequency Allocations.
6591 Operation of this station in the 12.25-12.75 GHz frequency band with only the Intelsat-19 (S2850) space station is authorized on a non-protected basis and in accordance with the space station operating conditions specified in the grant of IBFS File No. SAT-MOD-20120628-00107.
6592 The operation of the Space Station in the 13.75-14.00 GHz band shall be in accordance with footnotes S5.502, S5.503, and S5.503A to the ITU Radio Regulations.
6593 Pursuant to footnote US337 to 47 C.F.R. § 2.106, the licensee is required to coordinate the operation of the Space Station network in the 13.75-13.80 GHz band through NTIA's Interdepartment Radio Advisory Committee's Frequency Assignment Subcommittee to minimize interference to the forward space-to-space link of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's Tracking and Data Relay Satellite System.
6594 This earth station license SES-LIC-20120710-00897 is authorized to communicate with AMC-21 at orbital location 125 degrees W.L. on downlink frequencies 11.7-12.2 GHz (space-to-Earth) and on uplink frequencies 14.0-14.5 GHz (Earth-to-space).
6595 XRS Corporation's authorization for operations in the upper L-band is limited to a term ending September 30, 2015. If XRS Corporation wishes to continue to operate in the upper L-band beyond September 30, 2015, it must file a new modification application, and in that application must justify its need to continue to operate under a waiver of Footnote US308 to the Table of Frequency Allocations, Section 2.106 of the Commissions rules, 47 C.F.R. § 2.106, and must submit an analysis of its MET operations in the United States showing the number of packets each month having a transmission duration of 3 seconds or longer since the release of this authorization.
6596 Upper L-band operation authorized herein will be limited to no more than 180 kHz of the spectrum coordinated for the satellite systems of LightSquared and no additional spectrum will be requested or used.
6597 O3b Limited is GRANTED a waiver of Section 25.145(c) of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R § 25.145(c), with respect to the geographic service coverage requirements for the O3b Limited NGSO satellite system. O3b Limited's provision of service for maritime vessels will be limited to maritime regions, the coastal regions of the U.S. from 7° N to 50° N latitude, which are less extensive than the geographic coverage areas required in Section 25.145(c) of the Commission's rules. Grant of this waiver is without prejudice to action on any waiver request filed in connection with an application to provide additional services to, from, or within the United States communicating with O3b Limited's NGSO system.
6598 This grant is based upon a finding that O3b Limited is and will be subject to direct and effective regulation by the United Kingdom concerning orbital debris mitigation. This grant will remain effective only to the extent that launch and space operations continue to be authorized by the United Kingdom Space Agency under the United Kingdom Outer Space Act.
6599 When the earth station network on maritime vessels is put into operation, the licensee must file with the Commission a certification including the following information: name of the licensee, file number of the application, call sign of the antennas, date of the license and certification that the network was put into operation and will remain operational during the license period unless the license is submitted for cancellation.
6600 The licensee shall take all necessary measures to ensure that the earth stations on maritime vessels do not create potential exposure of humans to radiofrequency radiation in excess of the FCC exposure limits defined in 47 C.F.R §§ 1.1307(b) and 1.1310 wherever such exposures might occur. Measures must be taken to ensure compliance with limits for both occupational controlled exposure and for general population/uncontrolled exposure, as defined in these rule sections. Requirements for restrictions can be determined by predictions based on calculations, modeling or by field measurements. The FCC's OET Bulletin 65 (available on-line at www.fcc.gov/oetlrfsafety) provides information on predicting exposure levels and on methods for ensuring compliance, including the use of warning and alerting signs and protective equipment for workers. The licensee shall ensure installation of terminals on the maritime vessels by qualified installers who have an understanding of the antenna's radiation environment and the measures best suited to maximize protection of the general public and persons operating the maritime vessel and equipment. A terminal exhibiting radiation exposure levels exceeding 1.0 mW/cm² in accessible areas, such as at the exterior surface of the radome, shall have a label attached to the surface of the terminal warning about the radiation hazard and shall include thereon a diagram showing the regions around the terminal where the radiation levels could exceed 1.0 mW/cm². Transmitter(s) must be turned off during antenna maintenance to ensure compliance with FCC-specified safety guidelines for human exposure to radiofrequency radiation in the region between the antenna feed and the reflector.
6601 O3b Limited's earth stations on maritime vessels authorized herein must employ a tracking algorithm that is resistant to capturing and tracking adjacent satellite signals, and each station must be capable of inhibiting its own transmission in the event it detects unintended satellite tracking.
6602 O3b Limited's earth stations on maritime vessels authorized herein must be monitored and controlled by a ground-based network control and monitoring center. Such stations must be able to receive "enable transmission" and "disable transmission" commands from the network control center and must cease transmission immediately after receiving a "parameter change" command until receiving an "enable transmission" command from the network control center. The network control center must monitor operation of each earth station to determine if it is malfunctioning, and each earth station on maritime vessels must self-monitor and automatically cease transmission within 100 milliseconds on detecting an operational fault that could cause harmful interference.
6603 Operation in the territorial waters of any country other than the United States must be in compliance with the applicable laws, regulations, and licensing procedures of that country, as well as with the conditions of this authorization.
6604 Antenna elevation for all operations must be at least 5 degrees above the geographic horizon.
6605 Transmissions between the earth stations under call sign E130098 and O3b Limited's NGSO space stations must comply with existing and future coordination agreements reached between the United Kingdom and other Administrations, including the United Kingdom and the United States (see e.g., UK telefax SSU 2000 dated 29 May 2009).
6606 Transmissions from O3b Limited's NGSO space stations to earth stations under call sign E130098 in the 18.8-19.3 GHz frequency band (space-to-Earth) must comply with the power flux-density requirements of 47 C.F.R § 25.208(e) and Article 21 of the International Telecommunication Union Radio Regulations.
6607 Earth stations under call sign E130098 may not receive transmissions from O3b Limited's NGSO space stations in the 18.8-19.3 GHz frequency band (space-to-Earth) until O3b Limited has completed coordination of its NGSO system with all Federal FSS systems in the 18.8-19.3 GHz frequency band under 47 C.F.R. § 2.106, Footnote US334.
6608 The Satellite Division has previously determined that O3b Limited has met the first four milestones for an NGSO satellite system (execute a non-contingent contract for construction, complete critical design review of the satellite system, commence construction of the first satellite in the system, and launch the first space station), and O3b has timely filed a bond with the Commission, pursuant to the procedures set forth in 47 C.F.R. § 25.165. Accordingly, authority for the earth stations under call sign E130098 to transmit to and receive transmissions from the O3b Limited NGSO space stations will be null and void, with no further action on the Commission's part, if O3b Limited does not meet the following condition: Bring all eight satellites into operation by March 25, 2016.
6609 The licensee must comply with any pertinent limits and provisions established by the International Telecommunication Union to protect other services allocated internationally.
6610 O3b Limited is granted a waiver of the Table of Frequency Allocations, Section 2.106 of the Commission's rules, and a waiver of the Ka-band Plan, see Rulemaking to Amend Parts 1, 2, 21, and 25 of the Commission's Rules to Redesignate the 27.5-29.5 GHz Frequency Band to Reallocate the 29.5-30.0 GHz Frequency Band, to Establish Rules and Policies for Local Multipoint Distribution Services and for Fixed Satellite Services, First Report and Order and Fourth Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, 11 FCC Rcd 19005 (1996). O3b Limited is authorized to operate in the 18.8-19.3 GHz and 28.6-29.1 GHz frequency bands for maritime use, on a non-harmful interference basis, that is, O3b Limited must not cause harmful interference to, and must not claim protection from interference caused to it by, any other lawfully operating station, and must cease transmission(s) immediately upon notice of such interference. O3b provided an analysis that it will not cause interference to any GSO satellite network operating in these bands and will accept interference from any terrestrial users. Based on the information on file with the Commission, the proposed operations do not pose a risk of interference to other users of the band.
6611 Operation of earth stations on maritime vessels authorized herein are subject to any requirements the Commission may adopt in any future proceeding concerning operations in the 18.8-19.3 GHz and 28.6-29.1 GHz frequency bands including, but not limited to, earth stations on maritime vessels communicating with geostationary and non-geostationary orbit space stations.
6612 O3b Limited's earth stations on maritime vessels authorized herein must be in compliance with the terms of coordination agreements with operators of non-geostationary orbit Fixed Satellite Service space stations operating in the 18.8-19.3 GHz and 28.6-29.1 GHz frequency band. In the event another NGSO system commences operations in the U.S. market in the 18.8-19.3 GHz and 28.6-29.1 GHz frequency bands, maritime earth stations operating pursuant to this authorization must cease operation unless and until such operation has been coordinated with the new NGSO system operator or O3b Limited demonstrates that such operation will not cause harmful interference to the new NGSO system.
6613 The licensee must maintain the following records for each antenna on maritime vessels: a record of the ship location (i.e., latitude and longitude), transmit frequency, channel bandwidth and satellite used. These records shall be time annotated and maintained for a period of not less than 1 year. Records will be obtained at time intervals of no greater than every 20 minutes while the antenna is transmitting. The licensee will make this data available upon request to a coordinator, fixed system operator, fixed satellite system operator, or the Commission within 24 hours of the request.
6614 The grant of this application, as amended, and accompanying waivers, is without prejudice to any action on any pending or future applications or waiver requests filed to provide additional services to, from, or within the United States using O3b Limited's NGSO system. The authorization is limited to the earth station(s) and antenna(s) included in Section E above and to the particulars of operations/identified frequencies included in Section B above (and the licensee's application) and does not permit O3b's NGSO system to communicate with any other earth station(s) in the United States.
6615 O3b Limited is authorized to operate up to one-hundred 2.2 meter earth stations, and up to one-hundred 1.2 meter earth stations on maritime vessels to communicate with O3b Limited's NGSO system, licensed by the United Kingdom, using the 18.8-19.3 GHz (space-to-Earth) and 28.6-29.1 GHz (Earth-to-space) frequency bands. O3b Limited may operate up to three earth stations on each maritime vessel. The remote control point is a material term of the license and may not be changed without prior authorization under Section 25.117 of the Commission's rules. Public Notice "The International Bureau provides Guidance Concerning the Relocation of Earth Station Remote Control Points," DA 06-978 (rel. May 4, 2006).
6616 O3b Limited must submit to the Commission a yearly report indicating the number of earth stations actually brought into service under its blanket licensing authority. The annual report is due to the Commission no later than the first day of April of each year and shall indicate the deployment figures for the preceding calendar year. See 47 C.F.R. § 25.145(f)(1)(iv)(2).
6617 This application SES-LIC-20140318-00146 is granted with 401.27-401.33 MHz (space-to-Earth) and 449.97-450.03 MHz (Earth-to-space) frequency bands for early-phase and emergency-backup telemetry, tracking, and command operations.
6618 This application SES- LIC- 20140411-00282 is granted with 401.27-401.33 MHz (space-to-Earth) and 449.97-450.03 MHz (Earth-to-space) frequency bands for early-phase and emergency-backup telemetry, tracking, and command operations.
6619 Operation of earth stations(s) must comply with the methods described in the applicants radiation hazard report.
6620 Issued in accordance with FCC Order and Authorization in the matter of Lockheed Martin Corporation application and waiver request of expired licenses E920702 and E7541, DA 14-1462.
6621 This license, which was filed after December 12, 2012, is granted, authorization to operate in the 3625-3650 MHz frequency band pursuant to FCC Order 12-148, para 168, in that this earth station is within 10 miles of Grandfather earth stations, Call Signs KA294 and KA20. Protection of this station from interference is limited to the frequency coordination agreements established for call sign KA294. Subsequent modification of this earth station that results in a change of location beyond a distance of 10 miles from the grandfather earth station will result in loss of primary status for the 3625-3650 MHz portion of this authorization. Operation in the 3650 - 3700 MHz frequency band is on a secondary unprotected basis with respect to terrestrial stations pursuant to FCC Order 00-363, Paragraph 29 and Footnote NG169 in the table of allocations.
6622 Operations in the 5850-5925 MHz band are authorized only with Intelsat 805 at 55.5 degrees W.L.
6623 Freeze on New Earth Stations. To preserve the stability of the spectral environment in the 3.5 GHz Band and ensure that opportunities continue to exist for wireless broadband services as proposed in the foregoing Notice, we direct the International Bureau to stop accepting applications in the 3600-3650 MHz band for new earth stations in the fixed-satellite service that are more than 10 statute miles from a licensed earth station's coordinates for the duration of this proceeding. This application freeze is narrowly tailored to ensure a stable spectral ecosystem for the proposed Citizens Broadband Service, while providing reasonable opportunities to obtain suitable real estate for the placement of new FSS earth station facilities near the 37 grandfathered stations identified in Appendix A. In light of the limited number of such grandfathered stations, such a freeze is expected to meet the immediate needs of earth station operators without significantly reducing the availability of spectrum for wireless broadband services by prohibiting expansion of new FSS earth stations in the 3600-3650 MHz band segment.
6624 The decision to impose this freeze is procedural in nature, and therefore the freeze is not subject to the notice and comment requirements of the Administrative Procedure Act. Moreover, for the reasons set forth above, in these circumstances there is good cause to find that notice and comment are impractical, unnecessary, and contrary to the public interest because it would undercut the purposes of the freeze. For the same reasons, and in order to avoid undercutting the purposes of the freeze, we find that there is good cause for making the freeze effective as of the release date of this Notice.
6625 IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that license applications for new earth stations in the fixed-satellite service, which would receive on frequencies in the 3600-3650 MHz band on a primary basis(emphasis added), filed on or after December 12, 2012, shall not be accepted unless frequencies in this same band are currently licensed to an earth station within 10 miles of the requested coordinates.
6626 This assignment is not in complete conformity with the National Table of Frequency Allocations. Those operations that are conducted under the non-conforming portions of this assignment are on a secondary basis to operations conducted under assignments that are in conformity with the National Table of Frequency Allocations.
6627 Authority IS GRANTED, pursuant to Section 25.210(j) of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R. § 25.210(j), to permit operations of earth stations with the Inmarsat 4F3 satellite maintained at ±0.10 degree of the 98° W.L. orbital location, subject to the condition that this waiver shall terminate in the event that a satellite is launched into a location such that its station keeping volume would overlap the Inmarsat 4F3 satellite's ±0.10 degree station keeping volume, but would not overlap the Inmarsat 4F3 satellite's ±0.05 degree station keeping volume, unless Inmarsat has successfully coordinated its physical operations with those of the other spacecraft.
6628 SES-MFS-20141212-00891 is authorized to conduct command operation on 13.7505 GHz and 14.0035 GHz (Earth-to-space) frequencies and telemetry on 11.198 GHz and 11.1985 GHz or 11.19925 GHz and 11.19975 GHz (space-to-Earth) frequencies for Intelsat 30 (S2887) pursuant to FCC file number SAT-LOA-20121025-00187.
6629 SES-MFS-20141212-00891 is authorized to conduct command operation on 13.9985 GHz and 14.006 GHz (Earth-to-space) and telemetry on 11.19425 GHz and 11.1955 GHz or 11.19625 GHz and 11.19675 GHz (space-to-Earth) for Intelsat 31 (S2924) pursuant to FCC file number SAT-LOA-20140410-00038.
6630 Operations with Permitted List satellites is limited in the 14.0-14.5 GHz frequency band (Earth-to-space) and 11.7-12.2 GHz (space-to-Earth) to -14 dBW/4kHz input power spectral density and equivalent diameter of the transmitting antenna of 1.2 meters or greater pursuant to 47 C.F.R. Section 25.212 (c )(2) of the Commission's rules.
6631 Operations authorized pursuant to this license are operations by U.S.-registered aircraft anywhere within the coverage area/frequency bands identified in the application for the satellites listed as points of communication. Authorization for operations by U.S.-registered aircraft outside U.S. territory, pursuant to this license, does not constitute a grant of access to the market in the United States under the Commission's DISCO II policies.
6632 Reception of downlink transmissions is on a non-interference, non-protected basis from the following geostationary orbit space stations: Eutelsat 7A at 7.0° E.L., Eutelsat 172A (formerly GE-23) (Call Sign S2610) at 172.0° E.L. and Superbird C2 at 144.0° E.L. in the 12.2-12.75 GHz frequency band. When receiving transmissions from these satellites in this frequency band, the aircraft earth station operations authorized herein must accept interference from any radio station operating in conformance with the U.S. Table of Frequency Allocations. Operations in the band were not requested with any other satellites.
6633 Operation pursuant to this authorization must be in compliance with the terms of coordination agreements between the operators of the AMC-15, Eutelsat 36B (formerly Eutelsat W7), Eutelsat 7A, Eutelsat 172A (formerly GE-23), Intelsat 907, SES-1, Superbird C2, Telstar 11N and E113WA (formerly SatMex 6) space stations and operators of other Ku-band geostationary space stations within six angular degrees of those space stations. In the event that another GSO Fixed-Satellite Service space station commences operation in the 14.0-14.5 GHz band at a location within six degrees of any of these space stations, aircraft earth stations operating pursuant to this authorization must cease transmitting to that space station unless and until such operation has been coordinated with the new space station's operator or The Boeing Company demonstrates that such operation will not cause harmful interference to the new co-frequency space station.
6634 Communications between The Boeing Company's ESAAs and the Superbird C2 space station must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between Japan and other Administrations.
6635 Communications between The Boeing Company's aircraft earth stations and the E116WA (formerly Satmex 6) space station must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between Mexico and other Administrations.
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6636 Communications between The Boeing Company's aircraft earth stations and the Eutelsat 36B (formerly Eutelsat W7) and the Eutelsat 7A space stations must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between France and other Administrations.
6637 The Boeing Company's aircraft earth stations shall not receive downlinks from Eutelsat 172A (Call Sign S2610) at 172° E.L. in the 12.2-12.75 GHz frequency band in U.S. airspace, including airspace over U.S. territorial waters. Eutelsat 172A (formerly GE-23 and AMC-23) is not authorized to provide downlink services into the United States and its Possessions in those frequencies. (IBFS File No. SAT-LOA-20031218-00353).
6638 This authorization is subject to an overall limit of 100 remote terminals, of the types identified in Section A above, operating at one time.
6639 The applicant's request for a waiver of Section 25.283(c) of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R. § 25.283(c), is granted. Section 25.283(c) specifies that space stations must discharge all stored energy sources at end-of-life of the space station. Eutelsat E36B is a Thales Alenia Space Spacebus 4000 spacecraft that was launched on August 15, 2008. Applicant states that due to its design, E36B's two identical helium tanks were sealed immediately following the completion of launch and early orbit phase (LEOP) operations and cannot be further discharged. Applicant states that the sealed helium pressurant tanks will retain a total mass of approximately 2.2 kilograms of helium at end of life, with each tank volume being 90 liters. Applicant further states that the MON-1 propellant tanks and lines and MMH propellant tanks and lines will be emptied as far as possible. Once the spacecraft is finally switched off, however, the thruster propellant flow control valves for the MON-1 and MMH tanks are left closed, because power is needed to open them. Applicant states that the worst-case post-passivation remaining material in the MON-1 tank and lines will be 10.5 kilograms of MON-1 and 2.7 kilograms of helium in a total volume of 1391.65 liters, and the maximum remaining material in the MMH tank and lines will be 2.8 kilograms of MMH and 2.8 kilograms of helium in a total volume of 1391.65 liters. Compliance with Section 25.283(c) is not achievable except through direct retrieval of spacecraft. The information submitted is not sufficient to support a finding that the underlying purpose of Section 25.283(c) would be served by sealing the helium tanks without completely venting them. However, we grant a partial waiver of the rule because undue hardship would result from requiring modification of the space station at this time.
6640 Waiver of the Table of Frequency Allocation, Section 2.106 of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R. § 2.106, is granted for space-to-Earth operations, on an unprotected, non-interference basis, in the 12.25-12.75 GHz frequency band from Intelsat 19 in ITU Region 2, including portions of U.S. airspace. Reception of downlink transmissions by Astronics AeroSat Corporation's aircraft earth stations pursuant to grant Astronics AeroSat Corporation's waiver request is limited to the antenna beam patterns provided in IBFS File No. SAT-MOD-20120628-00107.
6641 Reception of downlink transmissions is on a non-interference, non-protected basis from the following geostationary orbit space stations: Intelsat 19 (Call Sign S2850) at 166° E.L. in the 12.25-12.75 GHz frequency band; Intelsat 22 (Call Sign S2846) at 72.1° E.L. in the 12.25-12.5 GHz frequency band; Telstar 12 (Call Sign S2462) at 15° W.L. and Telstar 11N (Call Sign S2357) at 37.5° W.L. in the 12.5-12.75 GHz frequency band; and Eutelsat 172A (Call Sign S2610) at 172° E.L. in the 12.2-12.75 GHz frequency band. When receiving transmissions from these satellites in these frequency bands, the aircraft earth station operations authorized herein must accept interference from any radio station operating in conformance with the U.S. Table of Frequency Allocations. Operations in these bands were not requested with any other satellites.
6642 Operation pursuant to this authorization must be in compliance with the terms of coordination agreements between the operators of the Galaxy 3C, Intelsat 14, Intelsat 19, Intelsat 22, Telstar 11N, Estrela do Sul 2, Telstar 12, Eutelsat 117WA (formerly Satmex 8), Eutelsat 172A, and Apstar 7 space stations and operators of other Ku-band geostationary space stations within six angular degrees of those space stations. In the event that another GSO Fixed-Satellite Service space station commences operation in the 14.0-14.5 GHz band at a location within six degrees of any of these space stations, aircraft earth stations operating pursuant to this authorization must cease transmitting to that space station unless and until such operation has been coordinated with the new space station's operator or Astronics AeroSat Corporation demonstrates that such operation will not cause harmful interference to the new co-frequency space station.
6643 Communications between Astronics AeroSat Corporation's aircraft earth stations and the Apstar 7 space station must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between China and other Administrations.
6644 Communications between Astronics AeroSat Corporation's aircraft earth stations and the Eutelsat 117WA space station (formerly Satmex 8) must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between Mexico and other Administrations.
6645 Communications between Astronics AeroSat Corporation's aircraft earth stations and the Estrela do Sul 2 space station must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between Brazil and other Administrations.
6646 This authorization is subject to an overall limit of 1000 remote terminals, of the types identified in Section A above, operating at one time.
6647 Grant of this application for gateway only operations under this license are based upon and subject to the conditions, waivers, and findings in FCC Order and Authorization, DA 15-392 (rel. March 30, 2015).
6648 The RF transmit power density will not exceed -13.1 dBW/4 kHz (EIRP Density of 28.7 dBW/4kHz.
6649 Intelsat's request for waiver of footnote NG52 of the United States Table of Allocations, 47 C.F.R. § 2.106, to use the 10.95-11.2 GHz frequency band for the limited purpose of TT&C on an unprotected, non-interference basis in the United States is GRANTED, as conditioned. We find that waiver of footnote NG52 does not undermine the purpose of the rules because the waiver involves only earth stations that are receive-only in the 10.95-11.2 GHz frequency band and thus are not capable of causing interference into fixed stations operating in this band. Furthermore, because Intelsat has agreed to accept any level of interference from fixed stations into its receive-only earth stations' operations in these bands, fixed station operators will not be required to coordinate their station operations with the space station operator's receive-only earth stations' operations. Under these circumstances, we determine that an additional coordination burden is not placed upon fixed station operators and their ability to expand service in the future would not be restricted in any manner. Grant of this waiver is consistent with prior Commission precedent.
6650 SES- MOD-20141030-00834 is authorized to conduct telemetry, tracking, and command operations on 11.1980/11.1985 GHz or 11.19925/11.19975 GHz frequencies (space-to-Earth) and on 13.7505 GHz and 14.0035 GHz frequencies (Earth-to-space) for Intelsat 30 (S2887).
6651 SES- MOD-20141030-00834 is authorized to conduct telemetry, tracking, and command operations on 11.1980/11.1985 GHz or 11.19925/11.19975 GHz frequencies (space-to-Earth) and on 13.7505 GHz and 14.0035 GHz frequencies (Earth-to-space) for Intelsat 30 (S2887).
6652 O3b is authorized to operate up to 4,000 blanket licensed earth stations in the contiguous United States, Hawaii, Puerto Rico and/or the U.S.Virgin Islands to communicate with O3b's NGSO satellite system licensed by the United Kingdom. This authorization is for blanket licensed earth stations on land only and does not cover off-shore or mobile platforms.
6653 Blanket licensed earth station transmissions to the O3b NGSO satellite system must comport with the following uplink off-axis equivalent isotropically radiated power (EIRP) density limits: 18.5-25log(Theta)-10log(N) dBW/40kHz.for 2.0°
6654 O3b earth stations located less than 100 km from the U.S.-Mexico border must be operated on a non-interference basis with respect to Mexico's terrestrial services unless the earth station is coordinated with Mexico's terrestrial services.
6655 O3b's blanket licensed earth station operations must comport with any rules the Commission may adopt for blanket licensing of earth stations in the 28.6-29.1 GHz (Earth-to-space) and 18.8-19.3 GHz (space-to-Earth) frequency band See Report and Order in IB Docket No. 98-172, 15 FCC Rcd 13430, 13475 (2000).
6656 Grant of this application and operations under this license are based upon and subject to the conditions, waivers, and findings specified for Call Sign S2935.
6657 For operations pursuant to this authorization, in the band 27.6-28.35 GHz, the minimum elevation angle of the direction of maximum radiation of the O3b antenna with respect to the horizontal plane at which O3b's earth stations may transmit is 10 degrees.
6658 Transmissions between earth station call sign E130107 and O3b Limited NGSO space stations are limited to the provision of satellite monitoring (not including telemetry, tracking and control), network troubleshooting, testing, and demonstration services in the 17.8-18.6 GHz and 18.8-19.3 GHz (space-to-Earth) and the 27.6-28.4 GHz and 28.6-29.1 GHz (Earth-to-space) frequency bands. This authorization is limited to a single earth station employing two 2.4 meter antennas located within an area of one second latitude by one second longitude, and does not permit O3b Limited to operate ubiquitously deployed terminals in these frequency bands. See 47 C.F.R. § 25.103; Rulemaking to Amend Parts 1, 2, 21, and 25 of the Commission's Rules to Redesignate the 27.5-29.5 GHz Frequency Band, to Reallocate the 29.5-30.0 GHz Frequency Band, to Establish Rules and Policies for Local Multipoint Distribution Service and for Fixed Satellite Services, Third Report and Order, 12 FCC Rcd. 22310, 22327 para. 42 (1997).
6659 This grant does not authorize the licensee to provide commercial fixed satellite service operations in the 17.8-18.3 GHz band within the United States.
6660 Grant of this application and operations under this license are based upon and subject to the conditions, waivers, and findings specified for Call Sign S2935. Hughes Network Systems, LLC and EchoStar Satellite Operating Corporation filed comments in this proceeding suggesting that the Commission place certain conditions on the operations of this earth station to ensure that those services with a primary allocation in the United States Table of Frequency Allocations are adequately protected in the frequency bands requested by O3b Limited. See Hughes Network Systems, LLC and EchoStar Satellite Operating Corporation, Comments, filed January 17, 2014. O3b Limited's operations have been conditioned to protect other services in the authorization associated with Call Sign S2935, incorporated here by reference, and therefore no further action is necessary to address these concerns. In addition, the comments suggested that O3b Limited had not completed coordination according to its United Kingdom space station authorization. Id. We decline to address this issue because the United Kingdom remains the authority for any coordination required under its authorization. See Amendment of the Commission's Regulatory Policies to Allow Non-U.S.-Licensed Space Stations to Provide Domestic and International Satellite Service in the United States, Report and Order, 12 FCC Rcd 24094, 24174 para. 188 (1997).
6661 NSSL Global must maintain a point of contact in the United States available 24 hours a day, seven days a week at 1000 Riverbend Drive, Saint Rose, LA 70448, phone (504) 305-6181 with the authority and ability to cease all emissions from ESVs, either directly or through the facilities of a U.S. Hub or a Hub located in another country. Authority to operate ESV terminals is revoked otherwise.
6662 The Permitted List in this authorization as a point of communication is limited to communications in the 14.0-14.5 GHz (Earth-to-space) and 11.7-12.2 GHz (space-to-Earth) bands.
6663 Per Clearance - The band 5850-5925 MHz is shared on a co-primary basis with federal systems. In accordance with the US245, this earth station transmitter has been successfully coordinated with the federal government. The federal operators have evaluated the potential interference from this earth station transmitter to their radiolocation receivers and have concluded that no unacceptable interference will occur. Any conditions placed on the earth station transmitter are included in supplementary details. Any conditions required to protect radiolocation receivers will also be included in the FCC license (S819); per clearance - This is a shared band with the federal government. In accordance with US245, the applicant is aware of the potential allocation and electromagnetic compatibility issues in the 5850-5925 MHz band, and agrees to accept this potential for unacceptable interference in accordance with footnote G2 and these fixed-satellite service operations are limited to international inter-continental satellite systems (S818).
6664 The use of the 6725-7025 MHz (Earth-to-space) by the fixed-satellite service shall be in accordance with the provisions of Appendix 30B. (United States Table of Frequency Allocations. Note 5.441).
6665 In making assignments to stations of other services to which the bands: 6650-6675.2 MHz* are allocated (*indicates radio astronomy use for spectral line observations), all practicable steps shall be taken to protect the radio astronomy service from harmful interference. (United States Table of Frequency Allocations. Note 5.149 and US342).
6666 Intelsat is authorized to conduct telemetry, tracking, and command operations using the following center frequencies: 6422 MHz or 6424.5 MHz (Earth-to-space) pursuant to Intelsat 29e (Call Sign S2913) IBFS File Nos. SAT-LOA-20130722-00097; SAT-AMD-20140718-00087.
6667 The Permitted List as a point of communication is limited to communications in the 14.0-14.5 GHz (Earth-to-space) and 11.7-12.2 GHz (space-to-Earth) frequency bands.
8190Archive/ Orbital Imaging / E980376This authorization is subject to the following conditions: 1) Operations under the authority of this assignment (8190 MHz) are on a non-interference basis to existing DSCS earth station and existing government terrestrial stations on the same adjacent channel and no protection can be afforded by the government. 2) This non-governement space station assignment is made with the understanding that protection cannot be guaranteed to reception of the non-government earth stations located at Barrow, AK and Dulles, VA due to existing transmitting earth stations and/or goverment fixed stations.
8191Archive/ Orbital Imaging / E980376Space Imaging L.P. filed comment on March 12, 1999, and requested the Commission to condition any grant of this application on Orbital Imaging Corporation's provision of all required technical information and coordination of the proposed earth station facility with Space Imaging's licensed E970270 earth station in Fairbanks, Alaska. Therefore, this authorization is subject to the completion of coordination with Space Imaging's licensed E970270 earth station in Fairbanks, Alaska in the affected frequency bands.
8192Archive/ E960463, E970270 & E990080/ Space ImagingThis authorization is subject to the following conditions: 1) Operations under the authority of this assignment (8 GHz) are on a non-interference basis to existing DSCS earth station and existing government terrestrial stations on the same adjacent channel and no protection can be afforded by the government. 2) This non-governement space station assignment is made with the understanding that protection cannot be guaranteed to reception of the non-government earth stations located at Norman, OK and Fairbanks, AK due to existing transmitting earth stations and/or goverment fixed stations.
8193Archive/ E970270 & E990080/ Space ImagingIf a future interference situation arises with respect to U.S. Radiocommunication systems, the earth station licensee will be denied authority to receive communications from the IRS-1C and IRS-1D satellites until the interference situation is resolved.
8194Archive/ E960463/ Space ImagingIf a future interference situation arises with respect to U.S. Radiocommunication systems, the earth station licensee will be denied authority to receive communications from the IRS-1B, IRS-1C, IRS-1D, ERS-1 and ERS-2 satellites until the interference situation is resolved.
8195ArchiveLicensee is authorized to add points of communication: INTELSAT POR satellites, in the arc 100 degrees to 240 degrees West Longitude, from the following U.S. points: American Samoa, Baker Island, Guam, Howland Island, Jarvis Island, Kingman Reef, Midway Island, Northern Marianna Islands, Palmyra Atoll, and Wake Island to earth stations within the continental U.S., under Comsat's international tariff provisions for the space segment components of SCPC audio and NTSC video with associated audio.
8196 GeoLogic Solutions, Inc.'s authorization for operations in the upper L-band is limited to a term ending September 30, 2013. If GeoLogic Solutions wishes to continue to operate in the upper L-band beyond September 30, 2013, it must file a new modification application, and in that application must justify its need to continue to operate under a waiver of Footnote US308 to the Table of Frequency Allocations, Section 2.106 of the Commissions rules, 47 C.F.R. § 2.106, and must submit an analysis of its MET operations in the United States showing the number of packets each month having a transmission duration of 3 seconds or longer since the release of this authorization.
8197 This authorization modifies authority granted previously under SES-MFS-20100916-01164, to operate in the upper L Band for a term beginning October 1, 2009 and expiring September 30, 2011. This grant removes indications of previous authority to operate in the lower L Band that expired April 30, 2011, and extends authority to operate 19,000 METs in the upper L Band to September 30, 2013.
9025US90Earth Station may only operate with satellites in compliance with the 47 C.F.R. Table of Allocations Footnote US90, " In the band 2025-2110 MHz, the power flux-density at the Earth's surface produced by emissions from a space station in the space operation, Earth exploration-satellite, or space research service that is transmitting in the space-to-space direction, for all conditions and all methods of modulation, shall not exceed the following values in any 4 kHz sub-band: (a) -154 dBW/m2 for angles of arrival above the horizontal plane (Sigma) of 0° to 5°, (b) -154 + 0.5(Sigma-5) dBW/m2 for Sigma of 5° to 25°, and (c) -144 dBW/m2 for Sigma of 25° to 90°."
9026US347Earth Station may only operate in compliance with the 47 C.F.R. Section 2.106, Table of Allocations Footnote US347, " US347 In the band 2025-2110 MHz, non-Federal Earth-to-space and space-to-space transmissions may be authorized in the space research and Earth exploration-satellite services subject to such conditions as may be applied on a case-by-case basis. Such transmissions shall not cause harmful interference to Federal and non-Federal stations operating in accordance with the Table of Frequency Allocations."
9027US258This authorization is in compliance with 47 C.F.R Table of Allocations Footnote US258, "US258 In the bands 8025-8400 MHz and 25.5-27 GHz, the Earth exploration-satellite service (space-to-Earth) is allocated on a primary basis for non-Federal use. Authorizations are subject to a case-by-case electromagnetic compatibility analysis."
9028 Operations in the 8025-8400 MHz frequency band are not protected from current and future Federal terrestrial and earth station transmitters.
9532ArchiveEmission 25000F9 denotes a video carrier used to provide television services to Alaska Bush communities.
9630ArchiveThis earth station is permitted to communicate with SatMex-5 to provide service in the United States on a non-interence basis relative to a two-degree compliant operation.
9631Communications Laboratories, Inc. "In accordance with 25.220 (b) (1) related to Non-conforming transmit/receive earth station operations, the power and power density levels specified for Site ID Remote 1 in SEC-LIC-20101027-01345 as amended by SES-AMD-20101230-01642 meet the antenna performance standard of § 25.209(a) and (b) and may not be increased without authorization from the FCC.
9640ArchivesSingle Channel Per Carrier (SCPC). Emission 30F9 denotes a compandored narrowband-FM SCPC carrier with voice activation used to provide telephone service to Alaska Bush communities EIRP figures listed are the maxima for this service and the licensee shall keep the Commission advised of the actual operating ERIP's for this station.
9641ArchivesSingle Channel Per Carrier (SCPC). Emission 30F9 denotes a compandored narrowband-FM SCPC carrier with voice activation used to provide medical communications for Alaska Bush communities. EIRP figures listed are the maxima for this service and the licensee shall keep the Commission advised of the actual operating ERIP's for this station.
9642ArchivesServices via INTELSAT satellites: INTELSAT Business Service For data and voice, switched, non-switched, compressed digital video.
Code Note Condition
9643operation of this facility results in harmful interferenceIn the event that operation of this facility results in harmful interference, the licensee will bear the responsibility to coordinate with the affected party or parties that are operating in conditions permitted under current FCC Regulations. If the coordination can not be successfully completed, the licensee agrees to either cease transmitting, or to move its customer to a non-interfering location. If the Commission finds it necessary to relocate any authorized, in-orbit satellites, the operation of this facility will not be cause to oppose the relocation.
9644antenna mounted on shipTransmission(s) not permitted while the ship is moving between locations. (For example, location A to location B)
9645ArchiveTransmission is restricted to operation in the following sub-bands: 5925.0 - 6136.5 MHz, 6168.9 - 6270.0 MHz, 6302.2 - 6388.6 MHz, and 6421.0 - 6425.0 MHz using the emission designator specified.
9646Archive/ Waiver of Section 25.205Waiver of Section 25.205 of the Commission's Rules and Regulations is GRANTED for this earth station to transmit to PAS-4 satellite space station @4.9 degree W.L. elevation angle. Any future modification of the license could cause revocation of the waive grant herein.
9647Archive/ Waiver of Section 25.209Waiver of Section 25.209 of the Commission's Rules and Regulations is granted for the antenna filed in this license to operate at a RF power density of no granter than -21.8 dBW/4 kHz. Any future modification of the License could cause revocation of the waiver grant herein.
9648Archive/ Waiver of Section 25.209Waiver of Section 25.209 of the Commission's Rules and Regulations is granted for the antenna filed in this license to operate at a RF power density of no granter than -20.4 dBW/4 kHz. Any future modification of the License could cause revocation of the waiver grant herein.
9649Archive/ Waiver of Section 25.209Waiver of Section 25.209 of the Commission's Rules and Regulations is granted for the antenna filed in this license to operate at a RF power density of no granter than -19.7 dBW/4 kHz. Any future modification of the License could cause revocation of the waiver grant herein.
9650Archive/ Waiver of Section 25.209Waiver of Section 25.209 of the Commission's Rules and Regulations is granted for the antenna filed in this license to operate at a RF power density of no granter than -19.5 dBW/4 kHz. Any future modification of the License could cause revocation of the waiver grant herein.
9651Archive/ Waiver of Section 25.209Waiver of Section 25.209 of the Commission's Rules and Regulations is granted for the antenna filed in this license to operate at a RF power density of no granter than -20.6 dBW/4 kHz. Any future modification of the License could cause revocation of the waiver grant herein.
9652temporary fixed earth station operationsLicensee shall comply with Section 25.277 of the Commission's Rules governing the temporary fixed earth station operations as agreed.
9654Archive/ maximum EIRPThe maximum EIRP for all simultaneously transmitting terminals combined shall not exceed 38.7 dBW.
9655non-forming antennaIn accordance with Section 25.209(c), operation(s) of this non-forming antenna (Less than 4.5-meters, C-Band, Receive-Only Satellite Earth Stations) will not be protected from interference caused by other lawfully operated radio stations. The licensee will be required to accept any harmful interference to its receive-only antenna that may be caused by an adjacenet satellite network that is 2 degree compliant. The licensee is not authorized to operate with ALSAT in its entirely, but must Specify the exact satellite to be used as a point of communications.
9656Archive/ New Skies Satellite(s), N.V.The receiving frequency band 4199.5-4199.5 GHz is for New Skies Satellite N.V. 803 @ 338.5 E.L., 806 @ 319.5 E.L., and K @ 338.5 E.L. use only.
9657Archive/ New Skies Satellite(s), N.V.The receiving frequency bands 11.452-11.452, 11198-11198, and 11701-11701 GHz are limited to New Skies Satellite(s), N.V. 806 @ 319.5 E.L.
9658Archive/ New Skies Satellite(s), N.V.The receving frequency bands 11.700-11.700, 11452-11452, and 11198-11198 GHz is for New Skies Satellite 803 @ 338.5 E.L., 806 @ 319.5 E.L., and K @ 338.5 E.L.
9659Archived: Section 1.106 gives a licensee 30 days to petition for review of the conditions if they disagree.The licensee is afforded 30 days from the date of issuance of this license to decline it as conditioned. Failure to respond within this period will constitute formal acceptance of the authorization as conditioned.
9660ArchiveThe applicant must coordinate with FCC's field office in Ft. Shafter, HI under part 25.203(g), prior to the commencement of operation.
9661 17.8 - 20.2 GHz bandThe 17.8 - 20.2 GHz band is shared with U.S. Government space stations and associated earth stations in the Fixed-Satellite Service. The satellite network of which this is a cooperating earth station is subject to coordination under US334 and operation of this earth station will be subject to any technical constraints resulting from this coordination.
9662 The 17.8 - 20.2 GHz band is shared with U.S. Government space stations and associated earth stations in the fixed-Satellite Services. Services within the United States over the satellite network of which this is a cooperating earth station are subject to coordination under US334 and operation of the earth station(s) authorized herein will be subject to any technical constraints resulting from this coordination. See 47 C.F.R. Section 2.106, Footnote US334.
9663IridiumThe band 17.8-20.2 GHz is shared with Federal space stations in both geostationary and non-geostationary satellite orbits and associated earth stations in the fixed-satellite service (space-to-Earth). While the Iridium satellite system and cooperating earth stations licensed prior to the allocation to Federal systems adopted on July 28, 1995 were not subject to coordination, this earth station is subject to coordination with Federal fixed-satellite service systems in accordance with footnote US334 to the Table of Frequency Allocations, 47 C.F.R. § 2.106.
9664Space stationSES must coordinate the AMC-16 Ka-band payload's downlink operations with the U.S. Government in accordance with footnote US334 to the Table of Frequency Allocations, 47 C.F.R.§ 2.106."
9962Archive"During operational requirements in support of National interests, specifically Homeland Defense, the possibility of interference to a critical Navy asset exists. It is expected that when directed by National Command Authority and or NTIA, that immediate cessation of this STA would be possible."
9963ArchiveThis STA is granted on a strictly non-interference basis only. The term of operations is ninety (90) days from October 8, 2002.
9964 This VSAT network authorization consolidates the remote terminals authorized under former licenses E890426, E890427, E890428 and E950471 into the authorization for this call sign E940460.
9965 Use of these facilities is limited to radio link with facilities authorized under call signs E900004, E900005, E900006, E900007, E990016, E920698.
9966 This is granted without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement action against American General Finance, Inc. in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities. No changes are authorized under this renewal per request in Attachment A of this renewal application.
9967 The user must provide the Naval Electromagnetic Spectrum Center (703-325-2750) a 24hr phone number (631-457-1238) which would be contacted when national defense and US naval operation requirements necessitate immediate cessation of operations. The applicant is aware that they would be required to temporarily cease satellite operations on these frequencies until notified otherwise.
9968 This earth station is authorized to receive in the frequency band 3650-3700 MHz on a secondary non-protected basis (see U.S. Table of Frequency Allocations footnote NG169) and must accept any interference caused by the operation of any service that has primary status within the band.
9969 Only Intelsat 903, 907, 905 are authorized to operate in frequency ranges 3625-3700 MHz and 5850-5925 MHz
9970 The waiver requested by ViaSat to operate blanket licensed terminals in the 28.6-29.1 GHz and 18.8-19.3 GHz bands is granted based on the information presented concerning interference mitigation capabilities of VIASAT-1 presented in Narrative Exhibit A of File No. SES-LIC-20101217-01585. We therefore grant a blanket license provided that communications between VIASAT-1 and ViaSat's network of earth terminals not interfere with or seek protection from any primary NGSO operations currently planned or authorized in the future.
9971 ViaSat's use of the 28.10-28.35 GHz frequency band (Earth-to-space) in the United States is on a secondary basis for gateway earth station operations only. This band is designated on a primary basis to the Local Multipoint Distribution Service (LMDS). See Rulemaking to Amend Parts 1, 2,21, and 25 of the Commission's Rules to Redesignate the 27.5-29.5 GHz Frequency Band, to Reallocate the 29.5-30.0 GHz Frequency Band, to Establish Rules and Policies for Local Multipoint Distribution Service and for Fixed Satellite Services, Third Report and Order, FCC 97-378, 12 FCC Rcd 22310 (1997). Accordingly, ViaSat's operations must be on an unprotected, non-harmful interference basis relative to LMDS, in accordance with 47 C.F.R. § 2.l05(c)(2). ViaSat shall not cause harmful interference to, nor claim protection from, authorized LMDS stations in the 28.10-28.35 GHz frequency band that are presently assigned, or that may be assigned these frequencies in the future. Further, ViaSat must terminate operations immediately upon notification of such interference. In addition, ViaSat may not claim protection from interference from LMDS stations authorized to operate in this band.
9972 Panasonic shall maintain records of the following data for each operating AES: location (latitude, longitude, altitude); aircraft attitude (pitch, yaw, roll); transmit frequency and occupied bandwidth; data rate; EIRP; and target satellite. This data shall be recorded at intervals of no more than two minutes while an AES is transmitting and every 30 seconds when aircraft roll angle is greater than 10 degrees. Panasonic shall also record AES pointing error at 30-second intervals when the error exceeds 0.25 degrees. Panasonic shall make this data available upon request to an FSS system operator or the Commission within 24 hours after receiving the request.
9973General condition for any earth stations operating anywhere in the 18.3 -20.2 GHz band seeking access to Ka band Permitted list. ALSAT authorization is limited to stations authorized on the Ka-band Permitted Space Station List located at http://transition.fcc.gov/ib/sd/ka_band.html.
9974EchoStar-9 access conditionsOperations with the EchoStar-9 satellite at the 121°orbital location is subject to the conditions and terms set forth in the Commission’s Order and Authorization, DA 06-2590, released December 22, 2006 (EchoStar-9 Order).
9975 All operations on 3700-4200 MHz band are on an unprotected basis. The licensee shall not claim protection from, and is required to accept interference from, other lawfully operating satellites or radio communication systems.
9976 Antenna elevation for all operations must be at least 5 degrees above the geographic horizon per 47 C.F.R. § 25.277(f).
9978 Pursuant to 47 C.F.R. 2.106 Footnote US402, In the band 17.3-17.7 GHz, existing Federal satellites and associated earth stations in the fixed-satellite service (Earth-to-space) are authorized to operate on a primary basis in the frequency bands and areas listed below. Receiving earth stations in the broadcasting-satellite service within the bands and areas listed below shall not claim protection from Federal earth stations in the fixed-satellite service. (a) 17.600-17.700 GHz for stations within a 120 km radius of 38° 49' N latitude and 76° 52' W longitude. (b) 17.375-17.475 GHz for stations within a 160 km radius of 39° 42' N latitude and 104° 45' W longitude.
9979 This application SES-MFS-20130604-00470 is deferred in part on the adding of the points of communications New Skies 806 @ 47.5 W.L. and also is deferred in part on all proposed emission carriers in the 4500-4800 MHz (space-to-Earth) and 6725-6874 MHz (Earth-to-space) frequency bands.
9980 Grant of this authorization shall not prejudice the outcome of any future rulemaking relating to the licensed operations.
9981 Emissions in the 6491-6650 MHz frequency band are limited operations with the NSS-806 (S2591) at the 47.5° W.L orbital location.
9982 This license, which was filed after December 12, 2012, is granted, on a secondary basis, authorization to operate in the 3625-3700 MHz frequency band pursuant to FCC Order 12-148, para 168, in that this earth station is within 10 miles of a Grandfather earth station, call sign E000152. Protection of this station from interference is limited to the frequency coordinated agreements established for call sign E000152. Subsequent modification of this earth station that results in a change of location beyond a distance of 10 miles from the grandfather earth station will result in surrender of the 3625- 3700 MHz portion of this authorization.
9983 The earth station is authorized to communicate with satellite ASTRA 3A @176.85 deg. W.L. for TT&C operation only. TT&C function shall be conducted on either or both edges of the allocated bands. Frequency, polarization and coding shall be selected to minimize interference into other satellite networks and with their own satellite systems.
9984 The applicant requests renewal of its license for a two-year period to continue to operate its 450,000 half-duplex mobile earth terminals ("METs") operating in the frequency bands 1626.5-1660.5 and 1525-1559 MHz. The earth stations communicate with the AMC-1 @101.0 W.L., MSAT-1 @ 106.5 W.L., SKYTERRA 1 @101.3 W.L., MSAT-2 @100.95 WL, ISAT, and Inmarsat 4F3@97.65 WL. This license renewal is to a prior authorization (SES-RWL-20120202-00138). The applicant is willing to continue to comply with Condition 5856 as stated in its License Based on review of the application in which the applicant does not request any waivers and no policy issues were identified, the application is being coordinated through the L-Band informal process.
9985 Operations pursuant to this authorization must be in compliance with the terms of the coordination agreements with operators of Ka-band geostationary space stations within thirty angular degrees of the target satellite (Inmarsat-5 F2). In the event another GSO space station commences operation in the 29.5-30.0 GHz frequency band at a location within thirty degrees of any of the target satellites, aircraft earth stations operating pursuant to this authorization must cease transmitting to the target satellite(s) unless and until such operation has been coordinated with the new space station's operator or ISAT US demonstrates that such operation will not cause harmful interference to the new co-frequency space station.
9986 Communications between ISAT US's aircraft earth stations and Inmarsat-5 F2 must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between the United Kingdom and other Administrations.
9987 ISAT US Inc. is granted a waiver of the Table of Frequency Allocations, Section 2.106 of the Commission's rules, and a waiver of the Ka-band Band Plan, see Rulemaking to Amend Parts 1, 2, 21, and 25 of the Commission's Rules to Redesignate the 27.5-29.5 GHz Frequency Band to Reallocate the 29.5-30.0 GHz Frequency Band, to Establish Rules and Policies for Local Multipoint Distribution Services and for Fixed Satellite Services, First Report and Order and Fourth Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, 11 FCC Rcd 19005 (1996). ISAT US Inc. is authorized to operate in the 19.7-20.2 GHz and 29.5-30.0 GHz frequency bands on a non-harmful interference basis. ISAT US Inc. must not cause harmful interference to any authorized radio station operating in conformance with the U.S. Table of Frequency Allocations.
9988 Operation of aircraft earth stations authorized herein are subject to any requirements the Commission may adopt in any future proceeding concerning operations in the 19.7-20.2 GHz and 29.5-30.0 GHz band frequencies including, but not limited to, aircraft earth stations communicating with geostationary orbit space stations.
9989 The receiving antenna gain patterns do not comply with Section 25.209 of the FCC Rules. The operation of these antennas will not be protected from harmful interference caused by other geostationary satellite networks to the extent that harmful interference would not be expected to be caused to an antenna that is compliant with the antenna performance standards of Section 25.209.
9990 The licensee shall maintain records of the following data for each operating aircraft earth station (AES), a record of the aircraft location (i.e., latitude/longitude/altitude), transmit frequency, channel bandwidth and satellite used shall be time annotated and maintained for a period of not less than one year. Records shall be recorded at time intervals no greater than one (1) minute while the AES is transmitting. The operator shall make this data available, in the form of a comma delimited electronic spreadsheet, within 24 hours of a request from the Commission, NTIA, or a frequency coordinator for purposes of resolving harmful interference events. A description of the units (i.e., degrees, minutes, MHz ...) in which the records values are recorded will be supplied along with the records.
9991 This authorization is subject to an overall limit of 8000 remote terminals, of the types identified in Section A above, operating at one time.
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9992 The MCS-8200 terminals do not comply with the antenna performance standards in Section 25.138(a) of the FCC Rules. The applicant has shown that no networks would be affected where the antenna exceeds the off-axis EIRP spectral density levels, and we grant applicant's request for a waiver of Section 25.138(a).
9993 This grant is based upon a finding that the Inmarsat 5-F2 satellite is and will be subject to direct and effective regulation by the United Kingdom concerning orbital debris mitigation. This grant will remain effective only to the extent that launch and space operations continue to be authorized by the United Kingdom Space Agency under the United Kingdom Outer Space Act. See IBFS File No. SES-LIC-20130426-00397, SES-AMD-20120823-00781, and SES-AMD-20150114-00008.
9994 NSSL Global, Geoff Darbyshire, 1000 Riverbend Dr. St. Rose, LA 704448, phone 504 305-6181.
9995 Operation of this earth station shall not constrain the deployment of the Television Broadcast Auxiliary Service, the Cable Television Relay Service, or the Local Television Transmission Service.
9999ArchiveThis condition can be used anywhere.The extended C-band frequencies 5850-5925 MHz and 3625-3700 MHz have been cleared with the National Telecommunications & Information Administration. These frequency bands are for New Skies Satellite N.V. 806 @ 319.5 E.L. use only.
12916Similar to Condition 2916 for METsTransmitter(s) must be turned off during antenna maintenance to ensure compliance with the FCC-specified safety guidelines for human exposure to radiofrequency radiation in the region between the antenna feed and the antenna. Appropriate measures must also be taken to restrict access to other regions in which the earth station's power flux density levels exceed the specified guidelines.
15208Similar to 5208 for METsThe licensee shall take all necessary measures to ensure that the antenna does not create potential exposure of humans to radiofrequency radiation in excess of the FCC exposure limits defined in 47 CFR 1.1307(b) and 1.1310 wherever such exposures might occur. Measures must be taken to ensure compliance with limits for both occupational/controlled exposure and for general population/uncontrolled exposure, as defined in these rule sections. The FCC's OET Bulletin 65 (available on-line at www.fcc.gov/oet/rfsafety) provides information on predicting exposure levels and on methods for ensuring compliance, including the use of warning and alerting signs and protective equipment for workers.
15416Simular to condition 5416This authorization modifies authority granted by previous orders: AMSC Subsidiary Corporation, Order and Authorization, 10 FCC Rcd 10458 (1995); AMSC Subsidiary Corporation, Order on Reconsideration, 11 FCC Rcd 5527 (1995); Mobile Satellite Ventures Subsidiary LLC, Memorandum Opinion, Order and Authorization, 19 FCC Rcd 4672 (2004); and GeoLogic Solutions, Inc., Order and Authorization, 21 FCC Rcd 6249 (2006). Under the previous grants, GeoLogic has authority for operation of up 50,100 half-duplex METs in the lower L Band, communicating via AMSC-1 and MSAT-1, through July 2, 2010 or until the end of the useful life of those satellites, whichever is sooner. This authorization permits up to 30,000 of the previously-authorized METs to operate in the upper L Band, instead of in the lower L Band, for a term beginning October 1, 2009 and expiring September 30, 2011, and to communicate via SkyTerra-1, as well as AMSC-1 and MSAT-1. The grant of this authorization does not cancel the previously-granted authority for MET operation in the lower L Band through July 2, 2010, subject to the overall limit of 50,100 on the number of operational METs.
15822Ex C-band / 3600-3650 MHz band (Similar to 5822 but deleting last sentence)The 3600-3650 MHz band is shared on a co-primary basis in the U.S. and Possessions with Federal Government radiolocation systems. Unacceptable interference may be caused to this earth station from radiolocation systems, including high-powered, highly mobile, shipborne and airborne radar transmitters, operating in the frequency band. Consistent with the applicant's EMC analysis (as required by US245 and based on the NTIA TR-99-361 Report, Technical Characteristics of Radiolocation Systems operating in the 3.1-3.7 GHz Band and Procedures for assessing EMC with Fixed Earth Station Receivers (available at http://www.ntia.doc.gov/osmhome/reports.html), the licensee accepts this potential for unacceptable interference. In the case that out-of-band interference does occur, the licensee is further aware that use of a RF filter ahead of the low noise amplifier (LNA) will limit potential out-of-band interference to its receiving earth station.
15823Ex C-band / 5850-5925 MHz band (Similar to 5823 but deleting last sentence)The 5850-5925 MHz band is shared in the U.S. and Possessions on a co-primary basis with Federal Government radiolocation systems. Unacceptable interference may be caused to this earth station's communication links from radiolocation systems, including high-powered land-based transportable and shipborne radar transmitters, operating in the frequency band in accordance with footnote G2. (See, e.g., NTIA Report Federal Radar Spectrum Requirements, (http://www.ntia.doc.gov/osmhome/reports/ntia00-40/ntia00-40.pdf), NTIA Report 83-115, Spectrum Resource Assessment in the 5650-5925 MHz Band (http://www.fcc.gov/ib/srd/fedreg_ntiareport.html), and FCC Fifth Notice of Inquiry in Preparation for a General World Administrative Conference in 1979 (Docket No. 20271; FCC 77-349)). As required by US245, the earth station licensee is aware of the EMC environment and this sharing situation with the radiolocation service and accepts the potential for unacceptable interference.
15859Ex C-band / 3650-3700 MHz (Similar to 5859 but deleting last sentence)The 3650-3700 MHz band is shared on a co-primary basis in three Federal Government radiolocation systems identified in US348. Unacceptable interference may be caused to this earth station from these three radiolocation systems operating in the frequency band. Consistent with the applicant's EMC analysis (as required by US348 and based on the NTIA TR-99-361 Report, Technical Characteristics of Radiolocation Systems operating in the 3.1-3.7 GHz Band and Procedures for assessing EMC with Fixed Earth Station Receivers (available at http://www.ntia.doc.gov/osmhome/reports.html), the licensee accepts this potential for unacceptable interference from the three stations identified in US348. In the case that out-of-band interference does occur, the licensee is further aware that use of a RF filter ahead of the low noise amplifier (LNA) will limit potential out-of-band interference to its receiving earth station.
15875Simular to condition 5875Licensee's operation of the authorized METs is on a secondary basis to safety and distress communications of those stations operating in the Aeronautical Mobile Satellite (Route) Service.
16305Simular to condition 6305Upper L-band operation authorized herein will be limited to no more than 180 kHz of the spectrum coordinated for the satellite system of SkyTerra Communications, Inc. and no additional spectrum will be requested or used.
16306Simular to condition 6306In the absence of a continuing L-band operator-to-operator coordination agreement, operations of METs in the 1525-1559 and 1626.5-1660.5 MHz bands will be on a non-interference basis until a future operator-to-operator agreement is executed.
55238FAAThe database entry reflects the fact that a government station has been authorized by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration and that the FCC has agreed to provide that station protection on a primary basis.
55239FAAThe operator shall take all necessary measures to ensure that the antenna does not create potential exposure of humans to radiofrequency radiation in excess of the FCC exposure limits defined in 47 CFR 1.1307(b) and 1.1310 wherever such exposures might occur. Measures must be taken to ensure compliance with limits for both occupational/controlled exposure and for general population/uncontrolled exposure, as defined in these rule sections. Compliance can be accomplished in most cases by appropriate restrictions such as fencing. Requirements for restrictions can be determined by predictions based on calculations, modeling or by field measurements. The FCC's OET Bulletin 65 (available on-line at www.fcc.gov/oet/rfsafety) provides information on predicting exposure levels and on methods for ensuring compliance, including the use of warning and alerting signs and protective equipment for workers.
55240FAAContinued protection for this earth station will be maintained for the duration of the respective NTIA authorization.
55241FAAThis database entry shall not be construed in any manner as a finding by the Commission on the question of marking or lighting of the antenna system should future conditions require.
55242FAAThis database entry is issued on the applicant's representation that the station is in compliance with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requirements as set forth in Section 17.4 of the Commission's Rules. 47 C.F.R.§ 17.4.
55243FAARESERVED for Future Use
55244FAARESERVED for Future Use
90001Americom Government Services, Inc.This is granted without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement action against Americom Government Services Inc. in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities.
90002SES Americom, Inc.This is granted without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement action against SES Americom Inc. in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities.
90003Blue Marble Network LLCThe licensee shall not operate in the band 14.0-14.2 GHz within 125 km of the NASA TDRSS facilities on Guam (latitude 13°36'55" N, longitude 144°51'22" E) and White Sands, New Mexico (latitude 32°20'59" N, longitude 106°36'31" W and latitude 32°32'40" N, longitude 106°36'48" W); and, once it commences TDRSS operations, within 125 km of the new earth station in Blossom Point, Maryland unless and until it enters into an agreement with NASA that NTIA has approved. The licensee must conform its operations to the terms of any coordination agreement with NASA and must file a copy of the agreement with the Commission within 30 days of execution.
90004Blue Marble Network LLCThe licensee shall not operate in the band 14.47-14.5 GHz within the coordination zones listed in § 25.226 (d)(2) Table 1 unless and until it enters into an agreement with the National Science Foundation that has been approved by NTIA. The licensee must conform its operations to the terms of any coordination agreement with the National Science Foundation and must file a copy of the agreement with the Commission within 30 days of execution.
90005VIZADA, INC.We grant VIZADA's request for waiver of footnotes US308 and US315, as well as Section 25.136 (d) subject to the conditions below. This application is granted subject to the 3 second waiver requirements reflected in NTIA letter of 13 May 2009, as follows: - a limit of 10,000 half-duplex METs that cannot be exceeded - this waiver is limited to a period not to exceed two years from the grant date; and - an analysis of MET operations in the United States showing the number of packets each month that exceed 3 seconds in duration must be filed with any subsequent requests for waiver.
90006 ALSAT are permitted on frequency ranges 3700-4200 MHz and 11.7-12.2 GHz to receive; 5925-6425 MHz and 14.00 -14.50 GHz to transmit.
90007WB81 TT&C OperationTransmission and reception of TT&C signals using emission designator 3M00F3D not at the edge of the 3700-4200 MHz (space to Earth) or 5925-6425 MHz (Earth to space) bands is granted only if a waiver of 47 C.F.R. § 25.202(g) has been granted to the U.S. licensed satellite.
90008The Boeing CompanyThe satellite downlinks (18.3-18.8 and 19.7-20.2 GHz bands) remain consistent with the PFD of -118 dBW/m2/MHz. The AMC-15 at orbital location 105 W.L., AMC-16 at orbital location 85 W.L., and Galaxy-28 at orbital location 89 W.L. are to be operated only at the locations specified in license SES-LIC-20100921-01195.
90009Globalstar Order DA 11520 Re Mar 18 20111) Operation shall be in compliance with any restrictions established in the course of international coordination for Globalstar second generation satellites pursuant to ITU regulations.
90010Globalstar Order DA 11520 Re Mar 18 20112) The authority to operate granted in connection with these earth station applications shall become effective upon grant by France of an authorization for space operations under the June 3, 2008 French law n° 2008-518 relative to space operations, and only for communications with space stations for which France grants authority and undertakes to register under the United Nations Registration Convention. Globalstar shall notify the Commission immediately of any disposition by French officials of its request for such authorization. This authorization shall immediately cease in the event of denial of such request, or other action by Globalstar or France that would result in space operations by Globalstar second generation satellites becoming no longer subject to French supervision.
90011ComtechComtech Mobile Datacom Corporation's authorization, (SES-MOD-20130206-00159) is limited to a two-year term ending November 2, 2017. If Comtech wishes to continue to operate beyond November 2, 2017, it must file a modification application, and in that application must justify its need to continue to operate under a waiver of Footnotes US308 and US315 to the Table of Frequency Allocations, Section 2.106 and Section 25.136(d) of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R. §§ 2.106, Footnotes US308, US315, 25.136(d), and must submit an analysis of its MET operations in the United States showing the number of packets each month having a transmission duration of 3 seconds or longer since the release of this authorization.
90012 Transmission and reception of TT&C signals using emission designators specified herein SES-MFS-20110204-00111 not at the edge of the 3700-4200 MHz (space to Earth) or 5925-6425 MHz (Earth to space) bands are granted only if a waiver of 47 C.F.R. § 25.202(g) has been granted to the U.S. licensed satellite.
90013KVH /ESVThe licensee shall not operate in the band 14.0-14.2 GHz within 125 km of the NASA TDRSS facilities on Guam (located at latitude 13°36'55" N, longitude 144°51'22" E) or White Sands, New Mexico (located at latitude 32°20'59" N, longitude 106°36'31" W and latitude 32°32'40" N, longitude 106°36'48" W), or any future TDRSS facility NTIA notifies to the FCC, unless and until the licensee enters into an agreement with NASA that NTIA has approved. The licensee must conform its operations to the terms of any coordination agreement with the NASA and must file a copy of the agreement with the Commission within 30 days of execution.
90014KVH /ESVThe licensee shall not operate in the band 14.47-14.50 GHz within (a) 45 km of the radio observatory on St. Croix, Virgin Islands (located at latitude 17º46’ N, longitude 64º35’ W); (b) 125 km of the radio observatory on Mauna Kea, Hawaii (located at latitude 19º48’ N, longitude 155º28’ W); and (c) 90 km of the Arecibo Observatory on Puerto Rico (located at latitude 18º20’46” W, longitude 66º45’11” N) unless and until the licensee enters into an agreement with the National Science Foundation that has been approved by NTIA. The licensee must conform its operations to the terms of any coordination agreement with the National Science Foundation and must file a copy of the agreement with the Commission within 30 days of execution.
90015 The licensee shall not operate in the band 14.0-14.2 GHz within 125 km of the NASA TDRSS facilities on Guam (latitude 13°36'55" N, longitude 144°51'22" E) and White Sands, New Mexico (latitude 32°20'59" N, longitude 106°36'31" W and latitude 32°32'40" N, longitude 106°36'48" W) unless and until the licensee enters into an agreement with NASA that NTIA has approved. The licensee must conform its operations to the terms of any coordination agreement with the NASA and must file a copy of the agreement with the Commission within 30 days of execution.
90016 The licensee shall cease authorized VMES operations in the 14.0-14.2 GHz band within 125 km of any new NASA TDRSS facilities that have been identified placed public notice by the Commission's International Bureau unless and until the licensee completes agreement for new TDRSS site with NASA that NTIA has approved. The licensee must conform its operations to the terms of any coordination agreement with the NASA and must file a copy of the agreement with the Commission within 30 days of execution.
90017 The licensee shall not operate in the vicinity of radio observatories of Radio Astronomy Service (RAS) in the band 14.47-14.50 GHz unless and until the licensee enters into an agreement with the National Science Foundation that has been approved by NTIA. The licensee must conform its operations to the terms of any coordination agreement with the National Science Foundation and must file a copy of the agreement with the Commission within 30 days of execution. The appropriate NSF contact point to initiate coordination is Electromagnetic Spectrum Manager, NSF, 4201 Wilson Blvd., Suite 1045, Arlington, VA 22203, fax 703-292-9034, e-mail esm@nsf.gov. See also a list of each applicable RAS site, its location, and the applicable coordination zone on Table-1: Applicable RAS Facilities and Associated Coordination Distances, 47 C.F.R. 25.226(d)(2).
90018 The licensee shall cease authorized VMES operations in the 14.47-14.50 GHz band within the relevant geographic zone (160 km for single-dish radio observatories and Very Large Array antenna systems and 50 km for Very Long Baseline Array antenna systems) of any new RAS sites that have been identified placed public notice by the Commission's International Bureau unless and until the licensee completes coordination agreement for the new RAS facility that NTIA/IRAC has approved. The licensee must conform its operations to the terms of any coordination agreement with NSF and must file a copy of the agreement with the Commission within 30 days of execution.
90019 The licensee shall use Global Positioning Satellite-related of other similar position location technology to ensure compliance with paragraphs (c) and (d) of this section.
90020 The 3650-3700 MHz band shall operate on a secondary non-protected basis.
90021 The licensee must restrain the following antennas in the input EIRP power spectral density to the maximum limits as specified below when N the maximum expected number of co-frequency simultaneously transmitting ESV earth stations in the same satellite receiving beam is equal to one: (1) Model 2406 and USAT24 -21.6 dBW/4kHz; (2) Model 4006 and 4009 -16.3 dBW/4kHz; and (3) Model 6006 and 6009 -14.0 dBW/4kHz.
90022 This service is authorized pursuant to FCC Order and Authorization, DA 11-1480, released August 31, 2011.
90023 Operation on extended C-band frequencies 3625-3700 MHz will be on non-protected basis.
90024HNS with Juipter 1, (Spaceway 4), Call Sign S2753The authority to operate with Juipter 1, (Spaceway 4), Call Sign S2753 , granted in connection with this earth station application shall become effective upon grant of authorization for launch and space operations under the UK Outer Space Act (1986). This authorization shall immediately cease in the event of denial of any request for such authorization.
90025EESS S band uplink requirement Earth Station may only operate with satellites in compliance with the 47 C.F.R. Table of Allocations Footnote US90, " In the band 2025-2110 MHz, the power flux-density at the Earth's surface produced by emissions from a space station in the space operation, Earth exploration-satellite, or space research service that is transmitting in the space-to-space direction, for all conditions and all methods of modulation, shall not exceed the following values in any 4 kHz sub-band: (a) -154 dBW/m2 for angles of arrival above the horizontal plane (Sigma) of 0° to 5°, (b) -154 + 0.5(Sigma-5) dBW/m2 for Sigma of 5° to 25°, and (c) -144 dBW/m2 for Sigma of 25° to 90°."
90026EESS S band uplink requirementEarth Station may only operate in compliance with the 47 C.F.R. Section 2.106, Table of Allocations Footnote US347, " US347 In the band 2025-2110 MHz, non-Federal Earth-to-space and space-to-space transmissions may be authorized in the space research and Earth exploration-satellite services subject to such conditions as may be applied on a case-by-case basis. Such transmissions shall not cause harmful interference to Federal and non-Federal stations operating in accordance with the Table of Frequency Allocations."
90027EESS X-band downlink authority.This authorization is in compliance with 47 C.F.R Table of Allocations Footnote US258, "US258 In the bands 8025-8400 MHz and 25.5-27 GHz, the Earth exploration-satellite service (space-to-Earth) is allocated on a primary basis for non-Federal use. Authorizations are subject to a case-by-case electromagnetic compatibility analysis."
90028 Sirius XM is granted a limited waiver of Section 25.144(e)(7)(i) of the Commission’s rules, 47 C.F.R. Section 25.144(e)(7)(i), which requires that each SDARS terrestrial repeater transmitter utilized for operation must be of a type authorized by the Commission under its certification procedure. The Commission has previously recognized that it will take time to complete the equipment certification procedure for all terrestrial repeater models that are to be deployed under the initial blanket license application. See Establishment of Rules and Policies for the Digital Audio Radio Satellite Service in the 2310-2360 MHz Frequency Band, Second Report and Order, 25 FCC Rcd 11710 at para. 308 (2010). Accordingly, we grant a limited waiver of our rules to allow Sirius XM to deploy and operate terrestrial repeaters prior to obtaining equipment certifications for the repeaters. As a condition to this waiver, Sirius XM must, within 24 months from the date of this grant, obtain an equipment certification for each model of terrestrial repeater deployed under this authorization. Sirius XM is not required, however, to obtain equipment certifications for terrestrial repeater models that were deployed prior to the date that Section 25.144(e)(7)(i) became effective (September 19, 2011) but which are no longer being manufactured and will not have additional deployments. All repeaters must still meet the requirements for power, peak-to-average power ratio, and out-of-band emissions set forth in Sections 25.202(h) and 25.214(d) of the Commission’s rules, 47 C.F.R. Sections 25.202(h) and 25.214(d).
90029 All transmissions from repeater stations are limited to communications with satellite digital audio radio receivers only.
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90030 Per Memorandum Opinion and Order, CC Docket No. 78-734 (adopted December 9, 1986) it is not necessary to license or register receive-only earth stations operating in the 11.7-12.2 GHz frequency band because there are no other primary users in this spectrum.
90031 Blanket authorization is limited to (1) up to 5000 terrestrial repeaters on each of the Sirius XM and XM networks (10,000 total) at power levels equal to or less than 2-watts average EIRP; and (2) up to 1000 terrestrial repeaters on each of the Sirius XM and XM networks (2000 total) at power levels between 2-watts and 12-kW average EIRP.
90032 Waiver of 47 C.F.R. § 2.106 footnote NG 104 is granted for no more than two U.S. earth stations to perform TT&C with SES-4 (S2828) per grant of SAT·PPL-20110620-00112. This waiver is granted to Earth Stations E020071 and E110104.
90033Only for SES-LIC-20100723-00952Transmissions between earth station call sign E100088 and O3b Limited NGSO space stations are limited to the provision of gateway and telemetry, tracking, and command (TT&C) services for the O3b Limited NGSO space stations in the 17.8-18.6 GHz (space-to-Earth), 18.8-19.3 GHz (space-to-Earth), 27.6-28.4 GHz (Earth-to-space) and 28.6-29.1 GHz (Earth-to-space) frequency bands. This authorization is limited to earth station call sign E100088, and does not permit O3b space stations to operate with any other earth station in the United States.
90034Only for SES-LIC-20100723-00952Transmissions between earth station call sign E100088 and O3b Limited NGSO space stations must comply with coordination agreements reached between the United Kingdom and other Administrations, including all coordination agreements reached between the United Kingdom and the United States. (see e.g. UK telefax SSU 2000 dated 29 May 2009)
90035Only for SES-LIC-20100723-00952O3b Limited must maintain an electronic web site bulletin board listing the ephemeris data for each satellite in the O3b Limited NGSO constellation, using the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) two-line orbital element format. O3b Limited must update the orbital elements at least once every three days.
90036Only for SES-LIC-20100723-00952O3b Limited's request for a waiver of the Ka-band Plan and the United States Table of Frequency Allocations, 47 C.F.R. § 2.106, IS GRANTED. Transmissions from the O3b Limited NGSO space stations to earth station call sign E100088 in the 17.8-18.6 GHz frequency band (space-to-Earth) must be on a non-conforming basis. Such non-conforming operations must accept any interference from any authorized non-Federal or Federal station in the 17.8-18.6 GHz frequency band. Further, such operations must not cause harmful interference to any authorized space station operating in compliance with the U.S. Table of Frequency Allocations and the Ka-band Plan, or to any authorized Federal FSS GSO or NGSO system. O3b must immediately terminate non-conforming operations upon notification of harmful interference. In addition, transmissions from O3b Limited NGSO space stations to earth station call sign E100088 in the 17.8-18.6 GHz frequency band are subject to the following conditions: a. Earth station call sign E100088 may not receive transmissions from O3b Limited NGSO space stations in the 17.8-18.6 GHz frequency band until O3b Limited has completed coordination of its NGSO FSS system with all Federal FSS systems in the 17.8-18.6 GHz frequency band pursuant to 47 C.F.R. § 2.106, Footnote US 334. b. Operations in the 17.8-18.6 GHz frequency band must comply with the applicable equivalent power flux-density requirements in Articles 22.5C and 22.5F of the International Telecommunication Union Radio Regulations. c. Operations in the 17.8-18.6 GHz frequency band are subject to any rules the Commission adopts governing NGSO FSS satellite operations in spectrum designated for GSO FSS primary use.
90037Only for SES-LIC-20100723-00952Transmissions from O3b Limited NGSO space stations to earth station call sign E100088 in the 18.8-19.3 GHz frequency band (space-to-Earth) must comply with the power flux-density requirements of 47 C.F.R § 25.208(e) and Article 21 of the International Telecommunication Union Radio Regulations.
90038Only for SES-LIC-20100723-00952Earth station call sign E100088 may not receive transmissions from O3b Limited NGSO space stations in the 18.8-19.3 GHz frequency band (space-to-Earth) until O3b Limited has completed coordination of its NGSO FSS system with all Federal FSS systems in the 18.8-19.3 GHz frequency band under 47 C.F.R. § 2.106, Footnote US 334.
90039Only for SES-LIC-20100723-00952Transmissions from earth station call sign E100088 to O3b Limited NGSO space stations in the 27.6-28.4 GHz band (Earth-to-space) shall be on a secondary basis. Such secondary operations must not cause harmful interference to primary users. Further, O3b Limited cannot claim protection from harmful interference caused by primary users.
90040Only for SES-LIC-20100723-00952Transmissions from earth station call sign E100088 to O3b Limited NGSO space stations in the 27.6-28.4 GHz frequency band must comply with the equivalent power flux-density requirements in Article 22.5D of the International Telecommunication Union Radio Regulations.
90041Only for SES-LIC-20100723-00952O3b Limited IS GRANTED a waiver of Section 25.210(i)(1) of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R § 25.210(i)(1), with respect to the cross-polarization isolation requirements for the O3b Limited NGSO satellite system space station antennas.
90042Only for SES-LIC-20100723-00952O3b Limited's request for a waiver of Section 25.261 of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R § 25.261, IS DISMISSED as unnecessary. Section 25.261 contains procedures for avoiding in-line interference events, and provides that in cases where in-line interference events cannot be avoided and there is no coordination agreement between the affected operators, the bands will be divided among the affected satellite networks. O3b Limited states that in cases where it cannot avoid an in-line interference event and has not reached a coordination agreement with an affected operator, it will comply with the spectrum-dividing procedure in Section 25.261. Consequently, we find that the proposed operations between earth station call sign E100088 and O3b Limited NGSO space stations comply with Section 25.261 of the Commission's rules.
90043Only for SES-LIC-20100723-00952O3b Limited is GRANTED waivers of Sections 25.137(c) and 25.157 of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R §§ 25.137(c) and 25.157, regarding modified processing round and band segmentation procedures. O3b Limited will employ satellite diversity at low to medium latitudes, which will enable it to share spectrum with other NGSO FSS systems. At higher latitudes, O3b Limited will employ a band segmentation approach to accommodate other systems if interference occurs. Given the opportunities for additional entrants to operate in O3b Limited's requested frequency bands, we authorize this earth station to transmit to and receive transmissions from the O3b Limited NGSO space stations throughout the requested frequencies. See, e.g., Northrop Grumman Space & Missions Systems Corp., DA 09-428, Order and Authorization, 24 FCC Rcd 2330, 2342 31-33 (Int'l Bur. 2009); Digital Globe, Inc., DA 05-2640, Order and Authorization, 20 FCC Rcd 15696, 15698-99 6-8 (Int'l Bur. 2005); Space Imaging, LLC, IB Docket No. 02-34, Declaratory Order and Order and Authorization, 20 FCC Rcd 11964, 11968 10 (Int'l Bur. 2005).
90044Only for SES-LIC-20100723-00952Because this authorization is limited to a single earth station that is providing gateway and TT&C services only, O3b Limited IS GRANTED a waiver of Section 25.145(c) of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R § 25.145(c), with respect to the service coverage requirements for the O3b Limited NGSO satellite system. Grant of this waiver is without prejudice to action on any waiver request filed in connection with an application to provide additional services to, from, or within the United States.
90045Only for SES-LIC-20100723-00952This grant is based upon a finding that O3b Limited is and will be subject to direct and effective regulation by the United Kingdom concerning orbital debris mitigation. This grant will remain effective only to the extent that launch and space operations continue to be authorized by the United Kingdom Space Agency under the United Kingdom Outer Space Act.
90046Only for SES-LIC-20100723-00952Based on the information provided, we find that O3b Limited has satisfied the first 3 milestones for an NGSO satellite system. Consequently, O3b Limited must file a bond with the Commission in the amount of $2 million, pursuant to the procedures set forth in 47 C.F.R. § 25.165, within 30 days of this grant. Failure to do so will render this grant NULL and VOID with no further action on the Commission's part.
90047Only for SES-LIC-20100723-00952Based on the information provided, we find that O3b Limited has met the first three milestones for an NGSO satellite system (execute a non-contingent contract for construction, complete critical design review of the satellite system, and commence construction of the first satellite in the system). As a result, the bond is reduced to $2 million, pursuant to Section 25.165 of the Commission's rules. Accordingly, authority for earth station call sign E100088 to transmit to and receive transmission from the O3b Limited NGSO space stations for the purpose of gateway and TT&C services will be null and void, with no further action on the Commission's part, if O3b Limited does not meet the following conditions: A. File a bond with the Commission in the amount of $2 million, pursuant to the procedures set forth in 47 C.F.R. § 25.165, within 30 days of this grant (October 25, 2012). B. Launch and place the first satellite in the system into operation within one year of grant (September 25, 2013). C. Bring all eight satellites into operation within three years, six month of grant (March 25, 2016).
90048Only for SES-LIC-20100723-00952O3b Limited is afforded thirty days from date of this grant to decline this authorization as conditioned. Failure to respond within that period will constitute formal acceptance of the authorization as conditioned.
90049PEACESATPEACESAT's request for a waiver of Section 25.210(j) is GRANTED. Section 25.210(j) requires geostationary space stations to be maintained within ±0.05 degrees of their assigned orbital locations unless specifically authorized by the Commission to operate with a different longitudinal tolerance. The WINDS satellite is operated with an east-west station keeping tolerance ±0.10 degrees of its assigned orbital location in the east/west direction. Although PEACESAT states that there are no space stations currently operating within the station-keeping volume of WINDS, it is possible that a future space station will be launched or moved into such a position. Thus, we grant PEACESAT's waiver request to operate WINDS with ±0.10° East/West longitudinal tolerance, as long as no other space station is located within the station-keeping volume of WINDS. Should such a spacecraft be launched or relocated into the station-keeping volume of WINDS, but would not overlap a ±0.05° degree station keeping volume, PEACESAT will be required to maintain ±0.05° East/West station-keeping, or coordinate its operations with that of the other space station.
90050PEACESATTransmissions between Earth station Call Sign E120062 and the WINDS space station are limited to the provisions of gateway services for the WINDS space station in the 28446.5-28553.5 MHz (Earth-to-space) and 18646.5-18753.5 MHz (space-to-Earth) frequency bands. This authorization is limited to earth station call sign E120062, and does not permit the WINDS space station to operate with any other earth station in the United States.
90051 Operations in the bands 12.2-12.7 GHz (space-to-Earth) and 17.3-17.8 GHz (Earth-to-space) are conditionally granted for support of Direct Broadcast Service only and require prior coordination with DBS space station operators.
90052RE 25.133(b)(2) When the aircraft earth station network is put into operation, the licensee must file with the Commission a certification including the following information: name of the licensee, file number of the application, call sign of the antenna, date of the license and certification that the network was put into operation and will remain operational during the license period unless the license is submitted for cancellation.
90053AMSS/ESAA Radiation Hazard Condition The licensee shall take all necessary measures to ensure that the antenna does not create potential exposure of humans to radiofrequency radiation in excess of the FCC exposure limits defined in 47 CFR §§ 1.1307(b) and 1.1310 wherever such exposures might occur. Measures must be taken to ensure compliance with limits for both occupational controlled exposure and for general population/uncontrolled exposure, as defined in these rule sections. Requirements for restrictions can be determined by predictions based on calculations, modeling or by field measurements. The FCC's OET Bulletin 65 (available on-line at www.fcc.gov/oetlrfsafety) provides information on predicting exposure levels and on methods for ensuring compliance, including the use of warning and alerting signs and protective equipment for workers. The licensee shall ensure installation of terminals on aircraft by qualified installers who have an understanding of the antenna's radiation environment and the measures best suited to maximize protection of the general public and persons operating the aircraft and equipment. A terminal exhibiting radiation exposure levels exceeding 1.0 mW/cm² in accessible areas, such as at the exterior surface of the radome, shall have a label attached to the surface of the terminal warning about the radiation hazard and shall include thereon a diagram showing the regions around the terminal where the radiation levels could exceed 1.0 mW/cm².
90054See draft authorization for SES-LIC-20120619-00574.Operations authorized pursuant to this license are operations by U.S.-registered aircraft anywhere within the coverage area/frequency bands identified in the application for the satellites listed as points of communication. Operations authorized pursuant to this license also include operations by non-U.S.-registered aircraft within U.S. territory, including territorial waters.
90055Gogo LLC: SES-LIC-20120619-00574 (E120106), SES-AMD-20120731-00709 (E120106), SES-AFS-20121008-00902 (E120106), SES-STA-20121009-00907 (E120106)The aircraft earth stations are authorized, on a secondary basis, to transmit in the 14.0-14.5 GHz frequency band to the following geostationary-orbit space stations: SES-4 (Call Sign S2828) at 22° W.L.; Intelsat 14 (Call Sign S2785) at 45° W.L.; NSS-703 (Call Sign S2818) at 47.05° W.L.; Intelsat 21 (Call Sign S2863) at 58° W.L.; SES-1 (Call Sign S2807) at 101° W.L.; Intelsat 19 (Call Sign S2850) at 166° E.L.; and Intelsat 22 (Call Sign S2846) at 72.1° E.L. The aircraft earth stations authorized herein must immediately terminate operations upon notification that such operation is causing harmful interference to any radio system in the 14.0-14.5 GHz frequency band authorized on a primary basis in conformance with the U.S. Table of Frequency Allocations or authorized on a secondary basis prior to the effective date of this authorization. The aircraft earth stations authorized herein cannot claim protection from harmful interference from any radio system in the 14.0-14.5 GHz frequency band authorized on a primary basis in conformance with the U.S. Table of Frequency Allocations or authorized on a secondary basis prior to the effective date of this authorization.
90056Gogo LLC: SES-LIC-20120619-00574 (E120106), SES-AMD-20120731-00709 (E120106), SES-AFS-20121008-00902 (E120106), SES-STA-20121009-00907 (E120106)Reception of downlink transmissions is on a non-interference, non-protected basis from the following geostationary-orbit space stations: SES-4 (Call Sign S2828) at 22° W.L. in the 12.5-12.75 GHz frequency band; Intelsat 14 (Call Sign S2785) at 45° W.L. in the 11.7-11.95 GHz frequency band; NSS-703 (Call Sign S2818) at 47.05° W.L. in the 10.95-11.2 GHz, 11.45-11.7 GHz, 11.7-11.95 GHz, and 12.5-12.75 GHz frequency bands; Intelsat 21 (Call Sign S2863) at 58° W.L. in the 11.45-11.7 GHz and 11.7-12.2 GHz frequency bands; SES-1 (Call Sign S2807) at 101° W.L. in the 11.7-12.2 GHz frequency band; Intelsat 19 (Call Sign S2850) at 166° E.L. in the 12.25-12.75 GHz frequency band; and Intelsat 22 (Call Sign S2846) at 72.1° E.L. in the 12.25 - 12.5 GHz frequency band. The aircraft earth station operations authorized herein must accept interference from any radio station operating in conformance with the U.S. Table of Frequency Allocations.
90057NASA NSFOperation pursuant to this authorization must be in compliance with the terms of the licensee's coordination agreements with the National Science Foundation and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration pertaining to operation of aircraft earth stations in the Ku-Band.
90058GOGO SES-LIC-20120619-00574Operation pursuant to this authorization must be in compliance with the terms of coordination agreements between the operators of the Intelsat 14, Intelsat 21, Intelsat 22, Intelsat 19, SES-1, SES-4, and NSS-703 space stations and operators of other Ku-band geostationary space stations within six angular degrees of those space stations. In the event that another GSO fixed-satellite service space station commences operation in the 14.0-14.5 GHz band at a location within six degrees of any of these space stations, aircraft earth stations operating pursuant to this authorization must cease transmitting to that space station unless and until such operation has been coordinated with the new space station's operator or Gogo LLC demonstrates that such operation will not cause harmful interference to the new co-frequency space station.
90059GOGO SES-LIC-20120619-00574Communications between Gogo LLC's aircraft earth stations and the NSS-703 space station must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between the United Kingdom and other Administrations.
90060GOGO SES-LIC-20120619-00574Communications between Gogo LLC's aircraft earth stations and the SES-4 space station must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between the Netherlands and other Administrations.
90061Generic AMSS/ESAA PFD limitation, same as ARINC Condition number 192When operating in international airspace within line-of-sight of the territory of a foreign administration where Fixed Service networks have a primary allocation in the 14.0-14.5 GHz band, an aircraft earth station must not produce ground-level power flux density (pfd) in such territory in excess of the following values unless the foreign administration has imposed other conditions for protecting its FS stations: -132 + 0.5 x THETA dB(W/(m^2 MHz)) for THETA <= 40° ; -112 dB(W/(m^2 MHz)) for 40° < THETA <= 90°. Where: THETA is the angle of arrival of the radio-frequency wave in degrees above the horizontal, and the aforementioned limits relate to the pfd and angles of arrival that would be obtained under free space propagation conditions.
90062Generic AMSS/ESAA RAS conditionOperation pursuant to this authorization outside the United States in the 14.0-14.5 GHz band must be in compliance with the provisions of Annex 1, Part C of Recommendation ITU-R M.1643, with respect to any radio astronomy station performing observations in the 14.47-14.5 GHz band.
90063Generic AMSS/ESAA 24 x 7 shutdown conditionGogo LLC must maintain a U.S. point of contact available 24 hours per day, seven days per week, with the authority and ability to terminate operations authorized herein.
90064Generic AMSS/ESAA tracking derived from ARINC 121Aircraft earth stations authorized herein must employ a tracking algorithm that is resistant to capturing and tracking adjacent satellite signals, and each station must be capable of inhibiting its own transmission in the event it detects unintended satellite tracking.
90065Generic tracking derived from ARINC 122Aircraft earth stations authorized herein must be monitored and controlled by a ground-based network control and monitoring center. Such stations must be able to receive "enable transmission" and "disable transmission" commands from the network control center and must cease transmission immediately after receiving a "parameter change" command until receiving an "enable transmission" command from the network control center. The network control center must monitor operation of each aircraft earth station to determine if it is malfunctioning, and each aircraft earth station must self-monitor and automatically cease transmission on detecting an operational fault that could cause harmful interference to a fixed-satellite service network.
90066Generic AMSS/ESAA tracking derived from ARINC 127Stations authorized herein must not be used to provide air traffic control communications.
90067Generic AMSS/ESAA limitation on foreign operationsOperation in the territory or airspace of any country other than the United States must be in compliance with the applicable laws, regulations, and licensing procedures of that country, as well as with the conditions of this authorization.
90068Generic AMSS/ESAA pointing records. Based on Panasonic condtion # 9972The licensee must maintain records of the following data for each operating aircraft earth station: location (latitude, longitude, altitude); aircraft attitude (pitch, yaw, roll); transmit frequency and occupied bandwidth; data rate; EIRP; and target satellite. This data must be recorded at intervals of no more than two minutes while an aircraft earth station is transmitting and every 30 seconds when aircraft roll angle is greater than 10 degrees. The licensee must also record instances when aircraft earth station pointing error exceeds 0.2 degrees. The licensee must make this data available upon request to a fixed-satellite service system operator or the Commission within 24 hours after receiving the request.
90069The grant to Ocean Exploration Trust Inc. SES-LIC-20130418-00330In the C-band, ESV operators must coordinate with FS operators. Once the parties complete the coordination, the ESV operator must submit a notification to the Commission that identifies certain details of the completed coordination. Following the receipt of this notification, the Commission releases the public notice announcing the details of the completed coordination, which provides the FS operators 30 days to object on the grounds that they have been excluded from the completed coordination. If an FS operator objects, then the ESV operator must cease transmitting on those frequencies used by that FS operator. See id. at 39, 42. See also International Bureau Provides Guidance Concerning the Notice Requirement for C-Band Coordination by Earth Stations on Vessel, Public Notice, DA 05-1671 (2005) (outlining the details of the coordination that must be submitted as part of the notification). An ESV system may not commence operation until after the release of the public notice announcing the completed coordination. ESV Reconsideration Order, 20 FCC Rcd at 10385, 39.
90070VMES ALSAT ConditionALSAT authority for VMES earth stations is limited to emissions that meet the off-axis E.I.R.P.-density and antenna pointing requirements of Section 25.226. Conversely, ALSAT authority is not authorized when for VMES earth stations operate at a higher off-axis E.I.R.P.-density level that was coordinated with the target and adjacent space station operators, do not to meet the 0.2 degree pointing error requirement, or use an aggregate dynamic power-density system. Additionally, ALSAT authority is not permitted in the use of the extended Ku-bands (10.95-11.2 and 11.45-11.7 GHz). See Amendment of Parts 2 and 25 of the Commission's Rules to Allocate Spectrum and Adopt Service Rules and Procedures to Govern the Use of Vehicle-Mounted Earth Stations in Certain Frequency Bands Allocated to the Fixed-Satellite Service, IB Docket No. 07-101, Report and Order, FCC 09-64 at para. 168 (2009).
90071GoGo Waiver of the Table of Frequency Allocation, Section 2.106 of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R. § 2.106, is granted for space-to-Earth operations, on an unprotected, non-interference basis, in the 11.7-12.2 GHz, 10.95-11.2 GHz, and 11.45-11.7 GHz frequency bands. Waivers of Footnote NG104 of the Table of Frequency Allocation, and Footnote 2 of Section 25.202(a)(1) of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R. §§ 2.106 and 25.202(a)(1), are also granted for space-to-Earth operations, on an unprotected, non-interference basis, in the 10.95-11.2 GHz and 11.45-11.7 GHz frequency bands in the United States. Waivers are granted pending favorable action on any conforming modification application filed pursuant to Revisions to Part 2 and 25 of the Commission's Rules to Govern the Use of Earth Stations Aboard Aircraft Communicating with Fixed-Satellite Service Geostationary-Orbit Space Stations Operating in the 10.95-11.2 GHz, 11.45-11.7 GHz, 11.7-12.2 GHz and 14.0-14.5 GHz Frequency Bands, IB Docket No. 12-376 (Docket Name: Notice of Proposed Rulemaking and Report and Order, FCC 12-161, 27 FCC Rcd 16510, 16552-56, para. 114-118 (2012)).
90072GoGoWaiver of the Table of Frequency Allocation, Section 2.106 of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R. § 2.106, is granted for space-to-Earth operations, on an unprotected, non-interference basis, in the 12.25-12.75 GHz frequency band from Intelsat 19 in ITU Region 2, including portions of U.S. airspace. Reception of downlink transmissions by Gogo LLC's aircraft earth stations pursuant to grant of Gogo LLC's waiver request is limited to the antenna beam patterns provided in IBFS File No. SAT-MOD-20120628-00107.
90073Waivers granted for GOGO SESS-LIC-20120619-00574Reception of downlink transmissions in the 11.95-12.2 GHz frequency band from Intelsat 14 (Call Sign S2785) at 45° W.L. is not permitted by this authorization. Intelsat 14's authorization does not include those frequencies. (IBFS File No. SAT-RPL-20090123-00007).
90074The grant to Ocean Exploration Trust Inc. SES-LIC-20130418-00330The International Bureau (Bureau) modified the ESV coordination notification filing procedures by requiring all coordination notifications to be filed electronically via the International Bureau Filing System (IBFS) , (http://licensing.fcc.gov/myibfs/).27 The Bureau stated that notifications must be filed in the form of a statement referencing the relevant call signs and file numbers.
90075 Licensee is afforded 30 days from the date of release of this grant and authorization to decline this authorization as conditioned. Failure to respond within this period will constitute formal acceptance of the authorization as conditioned.
90077Only for Gama and New DSBD ATC related licensesEffective March 7, 2013, ATC authority was removed per FCC Order of Modifcation DA 13-231
90078 In the event that a non-geostationary orbit satellite system commences operations in the 14.0-14.5 GHz frequency band, Gogo LLC must cease operations unless such operations have been coordinated with the operator of the NGSO system or Gogo LLC has demonstrated that its operations will not cause harmful interference to the NGSO system.
90079ESAA authorizationsAntenna elevation for all operations must be at least 5 degrees above the geographic horizon while the aircraft is on the ground.
90080Gogo onlyGogo LLC shall comply with any pertinent limits established by the International Telecommunication Union to protect other services allocated internationally.
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90081GogoAll operations shall be on a non-common carrier basis.
90082E130021 onlyTransmissions between earth station call sign E130021 and O3b Limited NGSO space stations must comply with coordination agreements reached between the United Kingdom and other Administrations, including all coordination agreements reached between the United Kingdom and the United States. (see, e.g., UK telefax SSU 2000 dated 29 May 2009).
90083E130021 onlyO3b Limited's request for a waiver of the Ka-band Plan and the United States Table of Frequency Allocations, 47 C.F.R. § 2.106, IS GRANTED. Transmissions from the O3b Limited NGSO space stations to earth station call sign E130021 in the 17.8-18.6 GHz frequency band (space-to-Earth) must be on a non-conforming basis. Such non-conforming operations must accept any interference from any authorized non-Federal or Federal station in the 17.8-18.6 GHz frequency band. Further, such operations must not cause harmful interference to any authorized space station operating in compliance with the U.S. Table of Frequency Allocations and the Ka-band Plan, or to any authorized Federal FSS GSO or NGSO system. O3b must immediately terminate non-conforming operations upon notification of harmful interference. In addition, transmissions from O3b Limited NGSO space stations to earth station call sign E130021 in the 17.8-18.6 GHz frequency band are subject to the following conditions: a. Earth station call sign E130021 may not receive transmissions from O3b Limited NGSO space stations in the 17.8-18.6 GHz frequency band until O3b Limited has completed coordination of its NGSO FSS system with all Federal FSS systems in the 17.8-18.6 GHz frequency band pursuant to 47 C.F.R. § 2.106, Footnote US 334. b. Operations in the 17.8-18.6 GHz frequency band must comply with the applicable equivalent power flux-density requirements in Articles 22.5C and 22.5F of the International Telecommunication Union Radio Regulations. c. Operations in the 17.8-18.6 GHz frequency band are subject to any rules the Commission adopts governing NGSO FSS satellite operations in spectrum designated for GSO FSS primary use.
90084E130021 onlyTransmissions from O3b Limited NGSO space stations to earth station call sign E130021 in the 18.8-19.3 GHz frequency band (space-to-Earth) must comply with the power flux-density requirements of 47 C.F.R § 25.208(e) and Article 21 of the International Telecommunication Union Radio Regulations.
90085E130021 onlyEarth station call sign E130021 may not receive transmissions from O3b Limited NGSO space stations in the 18.8-19.3 GHz frequency band (space-to-Earth) until O3b Limited has completed coordination of its NGSO FSS system with all Federal FSS systems in the 18.8-19.3 GHz frequency band under 47 C.F.R. § 2.106, Footnote US 334.
90086E130021 onlyTransmissions from earth station call sign E130021 to O3b Limited NGSO space stations in the 27.6-28.4 GHz band (Earth-to-space) shall be on a secondary basis. Such secondary operations must not cause harmful interference to primary users. Further, O3b Limited cannot claim protection from harmful interference caused by primary users.
90087E130021 onlyTransmissions from earth station call sign E130021 to O3b Limited NGSO space stations in the 27.6-28.4 GHz frequency band must comply with the equivalent power flux-density requirements in Article 22.5D of the International Telecommunication Union Radio Regulations.
90088E130021 onlyThe Satellite Division has previously determined that O3b Limited has met the first three milestones for an NGSO satellite system (execute a non-contingent contract for construction, complete critical design review of the satellite system, and commence construction of the first satellite in the system), and O3b has timely filed a bond with the Commission in the amount of $2 million, pursuant to the procedures set forth in 47 C.F.R. § 25.165. Accordingly, authority for earth station call sign E130021 to transmit to and receive transmission from the O3b Limited NGSO space stations for the purpose of gateway and TT&C services will be null and void, with no further action on the Commission's part, if O3b Limited does not meet the following conditions: A. Launch and place the first satellite in the system into operation by September 25, 2013. B. Bring all eight satellites into operation by March 25, 2016.
90089E130021 onlyTransmissions between earth station call sign E130021 and O3b Limited NGSO space stations are limited to the provision of gateway and telemetry, tracking, and command (TT&C) services for the O3b Limited NGSO space stations in the 17.8-18.6 GHz (space-to-Earth), 18.8-19.3 GHz (space-to-Earth), 27.6-28.4 GHz (Earth-to-space), and 28.6-29.1 GHz (Earth-to-space) frequency bands. This authorization is limited to earth station call sign E130021, and does not permit O3b space stations to operate with any other earth station in the United States.
90090 The aircraft earth stations are authorized, on a non-protected and non-harmful interference basis, to transmit to the following geostationary-orbit space stations: VIASAT-1 (Call Sign: S2747) at 115.1° W.L. using the 28.35-29.1 GHz and 29.5-30.0 GHz frequency bands; WildBlue-1 (Call Sign S2355) at 111.1° W.L using the 29.5-30.0 GHz frequency band; and ANIK-F2 (Call Sign: S2472) at 111.1° W.L. using the 29.5-30.0 GHz frequency band. The aircraft earth stations authorized herein must immediately terminate operations upon notification that such operation is causing harmful interference to any other radio system lawfully operating in the 28.35-29.1 GHz and 29.5-30.0 GHz frequency bands. The aircraft earth stations authorized herein cannot claim protection from harmful interference from any radio system lawfully operating in the 28.35-29.1 GHz and 29.5-30.0 GHz frequency bands.
90091 The aircraft earth stations are authorized, on a non-protected and non-harmful interference basis, to receive downlink transmissions from the following geostationary-orbit space stations: VIASAT-1 (Call Sign S2747) at 115.1° W.L. in the 18.3-19.3 GHz and 19.7-20.2 GHz frequency bands; WildBlue-1 (Call Sign S2355) at 111.1° W.L. in the 19.7-20.2 GHz frequency band; and ANIK-F2 (Call Sign S2742) at 111.1° W.L. in the 19.7-20.2 GHz frequency band. The aircraft earth station operations authorized herein must accept interference from any radio system lawfully operating in the 18.3-19.3 GHz and 19.7-20.2 GHz frequency bands.
90092 Operations pursuant to this authorization must be in compliance with the terms of the coordination agreements with operators of Ka-band geostationary space stations within thirty angular degrees of the target satellites (VIASAT-1, WildBlue-1, and ANIK-F2). In the event another GSO space station commences operation in the 28.35-29.1 GHz and 29.5-30.0 GHz frequency bands at a location within thirty degrees of any of the target satellites, aircraft earth stations operating pursuant to this authorization must cease transmitting to the target satellite(s) unless and until such operation has been coordinated with the new space station's operator or ViaSat Inc. demonstrates that such operation will not cause harmful interference to the new co-frequency space station.
90093 Communications between ViaSat Inc.'s aircraft earth stations and WildBlue-1 and ANIK-F2 must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between Canada and other Administrations.
90094 The licensee must maintain a U.S. point of contact available 24 hours per day, seven days per week, with the authority and ability to terminate operations authorized herein.
90095 The licensee shall comply with any pertinent limits established by the International Telecommunication Union to protect other services allocated internationally.
90096 When operating in airspace within line-of-sight of the territory of a foreign administration where Fixed Service networks have an allocation in the 28.35- 29.1 GHz or 29.5-30.0 GHz frequency bands, the aircraft earth stations must not exceed the following EIRP limits: +64 dBW in any 1 MHz band for Theta is less than or equal to 0° +64 + 3*Theta dBW in any 1 MHz band for Theta is greater than 0° but less than or equal to 5° where Theta is the angle of elevation of the horizon viewed from the center of radiation of the antenna of the earth station and measured in degrees as positive above the horizontal plane and negative below it.
90097 Aircraft earth stations authorized herein must cease transmissions when the antenna-to-GSO skew angle exceeds 60° and the off-axis EIRP spectral density emissions risk harmful interference to a GSO space station. The aircraft earth stations may resume transmissions once the risk of harmful interference has passed.
90098 ViaSat Inc. is granted a waiver of the Table of Frequency Allocations, Section 2.106 of the Commission's rules, and a waiver of the Ka-band Band Plan, see Rulemaking to Amend Parts 1, 2, 21, and 25 of the Commission's Rules to Redesignate the 27.5-29.5 GHz Frequency Band to Reallocate the 29.5-30.0 GHz Frequency Band, to Establish Rules and Policies for Local Multipoint Distribution Services and for Fixed Satellite Services, First Report and Order and Fourth Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, 11 FCC Rcd 19005 (1996). ViaSat Inc. is authorized to operate in the 18.3-19.3 GHz, 19.7-20.2 GHz, 28.35-29.1 GHz, and 29.5-30.0 GHz frequency bands on a non-harmful interference basis. ViaSat Inc. must not cause harmful interference to any authorized radio station operating in conformance with the U.S. Table of Frequency Allocations.
90099 Operation of aircraft earth stations authorized herein are subject to any requirements the Commission may adopt in any future proceeding concerning operations in the 18.3-19.3 GHz, 19.7-20.2 GHz, 28.35-29.1 GHz, and 29.5-30.0 GHz band frequencies including, but not limited to, aircraft earth stations communicating with geostationary orbit space stations.
90100 Aircraft earth stations authorized herein must be in compliance with the terms of coordination agreements with operators of non-geostationary orbit Fixed Satellite Service space stations operating in the 18.8-19.3 and 28.6-29.1 GHz frequency band. In the event another NGSO FSS system commences operation in the 18.8-19.3 and 28.6-29.1 GHz frequency bands, aircraft earth stations operating pursuant to this authorization must cease operation unless and until such operation has been coordinated with the new NGSO system operator or ViaSat Inc. demonstrates that such operation will not cause harmful interference to the new NGSO system
90101 In the 17.8-20.2 GHz frequency range, in order to protect Federal satellite services, the licensee shall communicate only with satellites whose operator has completed an agreement with Federal operators pursuant to footnote US334 of the U.S. Table of Frequency Allocations, 47 C.F.R. § 2.106, and that agreement has been approved by both the Federal Communications Commission and the National Telecommunications and Information Administration. The licensee's operations pursuant to this authorization shall be consistent with such US334 agreements.
90102 The licensee must maintain records of the following data for each operating aircraft earth station: location (latitude, longitude, altitude); aircraft attitude (pitch, yaw, roll); transmit frequency and occupied bandwidth; data rate; EIRP; and target satellite. This data must be recorded at intervals of no more than one minute while an aircraft earth station is transmitting and every 30 seconds when aircraft roll angle is greater than 10 degrees. The licensee must also record instances when aircraft earth station pointing error exceeds 0.2 degrees. The licensee must make this data available upon request to a fixed-satellite service system operator or the Commission within 24 hours after receiving the request.
90103 Use of the MELCO remotes is pursuant to FCC Order and Authorization, DA 11-1480 (rel. Aug. 31, 2011) (granting IBFS File Nos. SES-LIC-20100805-0092, as amended by SES-AMD-20100914-01163, SES-AMD-20101115-01432, SES-AMD-20110325-00358, and SES-AFS-20110405-00402) to communicate with Galaxy 17 (S2715) @ 91° W.L. using the 14.0-14.5 GHz frequency (Earth-to-space) and the 11.7-12.2 GHz (space-to-Earth), as modified by grant of SES-MOD-20111128-01386 on February 15, 2012. SES-MOD-20111128-01386 granted an increase of the antenna pointing offset threshold from 0.2º to 0.25º for data logging criteria.
90104 For any new antenna authorized by this grant, the licensee must file with the Commission a certification including the following information: name of the licensee, file number of the application, call sign of the antenna, Site ID, date of the license and certification that the antenna model was put into operation.
90105 Authority is granted to operate this station by remote control provided that the operator is responsible for ensuring the operations are in accordance with the terms and conditions of the license and pursuant to Section 25.271 of the Commission's rules. 47 C.F.R 25.271.
90106 Licensee must seek prior authorization under Section 25.117 of the Commission's rules prior to a change in the earth station's remote control point, including any relocation of the remote control point to a location outside the United States. See Public Notice "The International Bureau Provides Guidance Concerning the Relocation of Earth Station Remote Control Points", DA 06-978 (rel. May 4, 2006).
90107 The aircraft earth stations using Aura LE remote antennas are authorized, on a secondary basis, to transmit in the 14.0-14.5 GHz frequency band to the following geostationary-orbit space stations: Eutelsat 172A (formerly GE-23) (Call Sign: S2610) at 172º E.L., Eutelsat 10A at 10º E.L., Anik F1 (Call Sign S2745) at 107.3º W.L., Estrela Do Sul 2 (Call Sign S2821) at 63º W.L., Intelsat 14 (Call Sign S2785) at 45º W.L., Telstar 11N (Call Sign S2357) at 37.5º W.L., Galaxy-17 (Call Sign S2715) at 91º W.L., and Amazonas 2 (Call Sign S2793) at 61º W.L. The aircraft earth stations authorized herein must immediately terminate operations upon notification that such operation is causing harmful interference to any radio system in the 14.0-14.5 GHz Band authorized on a primary basis in conformance with the U.S. Table of Frequency Allocations or authorized on a secondary basis prior to the effective date of this authorization. The aircraft earth stations authorized herein cannot claim protection from harmful interference from any radio system in the 14.0-14.5 GHz Band authorized on a primary basis in conformance with the U.S. Table of Frequency Allocations or authorized on a secondary basis prior to the effective date of this authorization.
90108 Reception of downlink transmissions using Aura LE remote antennas is on a non-interference, non-protected basis from the following geostationary-orbit space stations: Eutelsat 172A (formerly GE-23) (Call Sign: S2610) at 172º E.L. in the 10.95-11.2 GHz, 11.45-11.7 GHz; and 12.2-12.75 GHz frequency bands; Eutelsat 10A at 10º E.L in the 10.95-11.2 GHz, 11.45-12.2 GHz, and 12.5-12.75 GHz frequency bands; Anik F1 (Call Sign S2745) at 107.3º W.L. in the 11.45-12.2 GHz frequency band; Estrela Do Sul 2 (Call Sign S2821) at 63º W.L. 11.45-12.2 GHz frequency band; Telstar 11N (Call Sign S2357) at 37.5º W.L. in the 11.45-12.2 GHz frequency band; Galaxy-17 (Call Sign S2715) at 91º W.L. in the 11.7-12.2 GHz frequency band; and Amazonas 2 (Call Sign S2793) at 61º W.L. in the 11.7-12.2 GHz frequency band. The aircraft earth station operations authorized herein must accept interference from any radio station operating in conformance with the U.S. Table of Frequency Allocations.
90109 Operation of Aura LE remote antennas pursuant to this authorization must be in compliance with the terms of coordination agreements between the operators of the Eutelsat 172A, Eutelsat 10A, Estrela Do Sul 2, Intelsat 14, Telstar 11N, Anik F1, Galaxy-17, and Amazonas 2 space stations and operators of other Ku-band geostationary space stations within six angular degrees of those space stations. In the event that another GSO fixed-satellite service space station commences operation in the 14.0-14.5 GHz band at a location within six degrees of any of these space stations, aircraft earth stations operating pursuant to this authorization must cease transmitting to that space station unless and until such operation has been coordinated with the new space station's operator or Panasonic Avionics Corporation demonstrates that such operation will not cause harmful interference to the new co-frequency space station.
90110 Operation of MELCO remote antennas pursuant to this authorization must be in compliance with the terms of coordination agreements between the operators of the Galaxy-17 space stations and operators of other Ku-band geostationary space stations within six angular degrees of those space stations. In the event that another GSO fixed-satellite service space station commences operation in the 14.0-14.5 GHz band at a location within six degrees of any of these space stations, aircraft earth stations operating pursuant to this authorization must cease transmitting to that space station unless and until such operation has been coordinated with the new space station's operator or Panasonic Avionics Corporation demonstrates that such operation will not cause harmful interference to the new co-frequency space station.
90111 Communications between Panasonic Avionics Corporation's aircraft earth stations and the Estrela Do Sul 2 and Amazonas 2 space stations must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between Brazil and other Administrations.
90112 Communications between Panasonic Avionics Corporation's aircraft earth stations and the Eutelsat 10A space station must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between France and other Administrations.
90113 Communications between Panasonic Avionics Corporation's aircraft earth stations and the Anik F1 space station must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between Canada and other Administrations.
90114 The applicant's request for a waiver of Section 25.283(c) of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R. § 25.283(c), is granted. Section 25.283(c) specifies that space stations must discharge all stored energy sources at end-of-life of the space station. ANIK F1 is a Boeing 702 model spacecraft that was launched on July 17, 2004, prior to the effective date of the rule. Applicant states that due to its design, ANIK F1's two helium tanks were sealed immediately following the last orbit-raising maneuver during the launch phase for the satellite and cannot be further discharged. Applicant states that the sealed helium tanks will retain a total mass of approximately 90 grams of helium at end of life, with each tank volume being 68.8 liters. Compliance with Section 25.283(c) is not achievable except through direct retrieval of spacecraft. The information submitted is not sufficient to support a finding that the underlying purpose of Section 25.283(c) would be served by sealing the helium tanks without completely venting them. However, we grant a partial waiver of the rule because undue hardship would result from requiring modification of the space station at this time.
90115 The applicant's request for waiver of Section 25.283(c) of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R. § 25.283(c), is granted. Section 25.283(c) specifies that space stations must discharge all stored energy sources at end-of-life of the space station. Eutelsat 10A is an Alcatel Alenia Space Spacebus-4000C4 model spacecraft that was launched in 2009. Applicant states that due to its design, Eutelsat 10A's two helium tanks were sealed immediately following the last orbit-raising maneuver during the launch phase for the satellite and cannot be further discharged. Applicant states that the sealed helium tanks will retain a total mass of approximately 0.9 kg of helium in each tank at end of life, with each tank volume being 90 liters. Compliance with Section 25.283(c) is not achievable except through direct retrieval of spacecraft. The information submitted is not sufficient to support a finding that the underlying purpose of Section 25.283(c) would be served by sealing the helium tanks without completely venting them. However, we grant a partial waiver of the rule because undue hardship would result from requiring modification of the space station at this time.
90116 The licensee must maintain a U.S. point of contact available 24 hours per day, seven days per week, with the authority and ability to terminate operations authorized herein. The licensee shall have available, at all times, the technical personnel necessary to perform supervision of remote station operations.
90117 In the event that a non-geostationary orbit satellite system commences operations in the 14.0-14.5 GHz frequency band, the licensee must cease operations unless such operations have been coordinated with the operator of the NGSO system or licensee has demonstrated that its operations will not cause harmful interference to the NGSO system.
90118 The licensee shall comply with any pertinent limits established by the International Telecommunication Union to protect other services allocated internationally.
90119KA318The license SES-MFS-20131108-00947 is authorized to communicate with satellite Intelsat 18 at orbital location 180 degrees E.L. on receive frequencies 3700-4200 MHz and on transmit frequencies 5925-6425 MHz.
90120 This application, IBFS File No. SES-MFS-20130604-00470, is deferred in part on all proposed emission carriers in the 4500-4800 MHz (space-to-Earth) frequency band. No authority is granted to receive transmissions in this frequency band. Furthermore, operations in the 6725-6874 MHz (Earth-to-space) frequency band is limited to operations with the SES-6 satellite, S2870, operating at the 40.5 W.L. orbital location. Such uplink transmissions are authorized on the condition that they will not result in the corresponding downlink transmissions from SES-6 in the 4500-4800 MHz frequency band causing interference to U.S. systems operating in the 4500-4800 MHz band. Upon report of interference in the 4500-4800 MHz frequency band, earth station E000696 must cease operations in the 6725-6874 MHz frequency band immediately.
90121Enforcement assignment/transfer applications.This grant is without prejudice to enforcement action in connection with any unauthorized transfer(s) of control that occurred prior to the date of this grant.
90122GoGo SES-MFS-20131114-01015The earth stations in this blanket license are operated by remote control. The remote control point is a material term of the license and may not be changed without prior authorization under Section 25.117 of the Commission's rules. Public Notice "The International Bureau Provides Guidance Concerning the Relocation of Earth Station Remote Control Points," DA 06-978 (rel. May 4, 2006).
90123GoGo SES-MFS-20131114-01015Operations authorized pursuant to this license are operations by U.S.-registered aircraft anywhere within the coverage area/frequency bands identified in the application for the satellites listed as points of communication. Operations authorized pursuant to this license also include operations by non-U.S.-registered aircraft within U.S. territory, including territorial waters. Authorization for operations by U.S.-registered aircraft outside U.S. territory, pursuant to this license, does not constitute a grant of access to the market in the United States under the Commission's DISCO II policies.
90124GoGo SES-MFS-20131114-01015 & ROW 44 SES-MOD-20121023-00963The aircraft earth stations are authorized to transmit in the 14.0-14.5 GHz frequency band to the geostationary orbit space stations listed as a point of communication in Section D above subject to the particulars of operation and identified frequencies included in Section B above and the licensee's application. Such transmissions are authorized as an application of the Fixed-Satellite Service pursuant to the allocation determinations and service rules in IB Docket No. 12-376 (Docket Name: Revisions to Parts 2 and 25 of the Commission's Rules to Govern the Use of Earth Stations Aboard Aircraft Communicating with Fixed-Satellite Service Geostationary Orbit Space Stations Operating in the 10.95-11.2 GHz, 11.45-11.7 GHz, 11.7-12.2 GHz and 14.0-14.5 GHz Frequency Bands). Operations must be in accordance with the Federal Communications Commission's rules not waived herein, the technical specifications contained in licensee's application, and are subject to the other conditions listed in the authorization.
90125GoGo SES-MFS-20131114-01015The aircraft earth stations are authorized to receive downlink transmissions in the 11.7-12.2 GHz frequency band from the geostationary orbit space stations listed as a point of communication in Section D above subject to the particulars of operation and identified frequencies included in Section B above and the licensee's application. Reception is authorized on a primary basis as an application of the Fixed-Satellite Service pursuant to the allocation determinations and service rules in IB Docket No.12-376 (Docket Name: Revisions to Parts 2 and 25 of the Commission's Rules to Govern the Use of Earth Stations Aboard Aircraft Communicating with Fixed-Satellite Service Geostationary Orbit Space Stations Operating in the 10.95-11.2 GHz, 11.45-11.7 GHz, 11.7-12.2 GHz and 14.0-14.5 GHz Frequency Bands). Operations must be in accordance with the Federal Communications Commission's rules not waived herein, the technical specifications contained in licensee's application, and are subject to the other conditions listed in the authorization.
90126GoGo SES-MFS-20131114-01015The aircraft earth stations are authorized to receive downlink transmissions in the 10.95-11.2 GHz and 11.45-11.7 GHz frequency band from the geostationary orbit space stations listed as a point of communication in Section D above subject to the particulars of operation and identified frequencies included in Section B above and the licensee's application. Reception is authorized on an unprotected basis as an application of the Fixed-Satellite Service pursuant to the allocation determinations and service rules in IB Docket No.12-376 (Docket Name: Revisions to Parts 2 and 25 of the Commission's Rules to Govern the Use of Earth Stations Aboard Aircraft Communicating with Fixed-Satellite Service Geostationary Orbit Space Stations Operating in the 10.95-11.2 GHz, 11.45-11.7 GHz, 11.7-12.2 GHz and 14.0-14.5 GHz Frequency Bands). Operations must be in accordance with the Federal Communications Commission's rules not waived herein, the technical specifications contained in licensee's application, and are subject to the other conditions listed in the authorization.
90127GoGo SES-MFS-20131114-01015Reception of downlink transmissions is on a non-interference, non-protected basis from the following geostationary orbit space stations: SES-4 (Call Sign S2828) at 22° W.L. in the 12.5-12.75 GHz frequency band; NSS-703 (Call Sign S2818) at 47.05° W.L. in the 12.5-12.75 GHz frequency band; Intelsat 19 (Call Sign S2850) at 166° E.L. in the 12.25-12.75 GHz frequency band; Intelsat 22 (Call Sign S2846) at 72.1° E.L. in the 12.25-12.5 GHz frequency band; and Eutelsat 172A (Call Sign S2610) at 172.0° E.L. in the 12.2-12.75 GHz frequency band. When receiving transmissions from these satellites in these frequency bands, the aircraft earth station operations authorized herein must accept interference from any radio station operating in conformance with the U.S. Table of Frequency Allocations.
90128GoGo SES-MFS-20131114-01015Operation pursuant to this authorization must be in compliance with the terms of coordination agreements between the operators of the Eutelsat 172A, Intelsat 14, Intelsat 21, Intelsat 22, Intelsat 19, Intelsat 904, Satmex 5, SES-1, SES-4, SES-6, and NSS-703 space stations and operators of other Ku-band geostationary space stations within six angular degrees of those space stations. In the event that another GSO Fixed-Satellite Service space station commences operation in the 14.0-14.5 GHz band at a location within six degrees of any of these space stations, aircraft earth stations operating pursuant to this authorization must cease transmitting to that space station unless and until such operation has been coordinated with the new space station's operator or Gogo LLC demonstrates that such operation will not cause harmful interference to the new co-frequency space station.
90129GoGo SES-MFS-20131114-01015Communications between Gogo LLC's aircraft earth stations and the SES-4 and SES-6 space stations must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between the Netherlands and other Administrations.
90130GoGo SES-MFS-20131114-01015Communications between Gogo LLC's aircraft earth stations and the Satmex 5 space station must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between Mexico and other Administrations.
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90131GoGo SES-MFS-20131114-01015For each ESAA transmitter, the licensee shall maintain records of the following data for each operating aircraft earth station (AES), a record of the aircraft location (i.e., latitude/longitude/altitude), transmit frequency, channel bandwidth and satellite used shall be time annotated and maintained for a period of not less than one year. Records shall be recorded at time intervals no greater than one (1) minute while the AES is transmitting. The ESAA operator shall make this data available, in the form of a comma delimited electronic spreadsheet, within 24 hours of a request from the Commission, NTIA, or a frequency coordinator for purposes of resolving harmful interference events. A description of the units (i.e., degrees, minutes, MHz ...) in which the records values are recorded will be supplied along with the records.
90132GoGo SES-MFS-20131114-01015Waiver of the Table of Frequency Allocation, Section 2.106 of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R. § 2.106, is granted for space-to-Earth operations, on an unprotected, non-interference basis, in the 12.25-12.75 GHz frequency band from NSS-703 in ITU Region 2, including portions of U.S. airspace. Reception of downlink transmissions by Gogo LLC's aircraft earth stations pursuant to grant of Gogo LLC's waiver request is limited to the antenna Spot 2 beam patterns provided in IBFS File No. SAT-PPL-20101103-00230.
90133ALSAT General limitation; SES-MFS-20140114-00021Operations with the point of communication ALSAT or Permitted list must comply with the routine licensing provisions of parts 25 of Title 47 of the Code of Federal Regulations.
90134General limitation on frequency use to points of communication; SES-MFS-20140114-00021Operations with the satellite points of communication are limited to the frequencies identified on the FCC Current Authorizations List and the FCC Market Access List.
90135General limitation on frequency use of 3625-3700 MHz band SES-MFS-20140114-00021This license, which was filed after December 12, 2012, is granted, on a secondary basis, authorization to operate in the 3625-3700 MHz frequency band pursuant to FCC Order 12-148, para 168, in that this earth station is within 10 miles of a Grandfather earth station, call sign KA318. Protection of this station from interference is limited to the frequency coordinated agreements established for call sign KA318. Subsequent modification of this earth station that results in a change of location beyond a distance of 10 miles from the grandfather earth station will result in surrender of the 3625-3700 MHz portion of this authorization.
90136SES-MFS-20130905-00778; SES-MFS-20130905-00779 onlyC-band TT&C communications are only authorized with the DBSD G-1 satellite on a secondary, non-interference basis only, and are limited to: 1) circumstances during which technical or operational constraints impact EchoStar's communications with DBSD G-1 in the satellite's primary TT&C frequency bands; and 2) an annual testing period for the carriers not to exceed a 10-day period. EchoStar is required to provide notice to the FCC within 24 hours of any use of the C-band frequencies with DBSD G-1. Such notice shall include a brief description of the circumstances leading to the need to use the C-band frequencies, the time period over which the frequencies were used, and a statement as to whether nominal operations with the spacecraft have been restored. EchoStar shall also submit a notice at least 10 days in advance of its annual testing of the C-band communication carriers with DBSD G-1, specifying the time period over which such tests will be conducted. All notices shall be submitted by filings in the relevant IBFS file number, with courtesy copies to relevant FCC staff.
90137SES-MOD-20140212-00056Telesat understands and complies with the mandates set forth in the Commission's ESV regulation that operations of ESVs in the 14.47 - 14.5 GHz band with the Thrane and Thrane model Sailor 900 antenna within the distances specified for the facilities set forth in Section 25.222(d) are only permitted after they have been successfully coordinated through NTIA/IRAC. Telesat may in the future pursue coordination of its operations contemplated herein with NTIA/IRAC in regards to the locations specified by Section 25.222(d). Unless and until such coordination is successfully completed Telesat will comply with Section 25.222(d) by not operating Ku-band ESVs at all on the specified frequencies within the specified distances of the facilities set forth in those provisions.
90138SES-MOD-20140212-00056Telesat will operate the Thrane & Thrane model Sailor 900 antenna in compliance with Section 25.222(c ) of the Commission's rules.
90139SES-MOD-20140212-00056Telesat Network Services, Inc.'s ESVs model Thrane & Thrane Sailor 900 terminals licensed under SES-MOD-20140212-00056 will only communicate with Telstar 11N @ 37.55 degrees W.L. and request of waiver in order for Thrane & Thrane Sailor 900 terminals to operate within the contours of the European and African Beams of the Telstar 11 N @ 37.55 degrees W.L. satellite downlink in the 12.50-12.75 GHz and is granted on an unprotected basis.
90140SES-LIC-20140411-00283This application SES- LIC-20140411-00283 is granted with 401.27-401.33 MHz (space-to-Earth) and 449.97-450.03 MHz (Earth-to-space) frequency bands for early-phase and emergency-backup telemetry, tracking, and command operations.
90141(generic) without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement actionThis is granted without prejudice to any future FCC enforcement action against the applicant in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities.
90142RNSSUse of multi-point leased data service as a navigation augmentation signal is a use within the Radio Navigation Satellite Service (RNSS). The frequency assignments in this authorization are not allocated for RNSS operations. Utilization of the multi-point leased data service for navigation augmentation is on a non-conforming and operations are on a non-protected basis.
90143 Frequencies outside assigned bandwidths are not afforded protection.
90144Remote control The earth stations in this blanket license are operated by remote control. The remote control point is a material term of the license and may not be changed without prior authorization under Section 25.117 of the Commission's rules. Public Notice "The International Bureau Provides Guidance Concerning the Relocation of Earth Station Remote Control Points," DA 06-978 (rel. May 4, 2006).
90145 The licensee must commence operations and notify the Commission within twelve months of the date of grant of this authorization. See 47 C.F.R. § 25.133(a)(2).
90146 The licensee may not cause and must accept interference from current and future radio services authorized by the Commission.
90147 EchoStar is authorized to perform TT&C operations with the DBSD G-1 satellite at 92.85° W.L. on an unprotected and non-harmful interference basis within coordinated emission and power limits in the 3700-3705 MHz and 4195-4200 MHz bands and on the following center frequencies: 5925.0 MHz, 5925.5 MHz, 6420.0 MHz, and 6424.5 MHz. For these operations, EchoStar shall not cause harmful interference to, and shall not claim protection from interference caused to it by, any other lawfully operating station. In the event of any harmful interference caused by EchoStar's TT&C operations with the DBSD G-1 satellite, EchoStar shall cease operations immediately upon notification of such interference, and shall inform the Commission, in writing, immediately of such an event.
90148 EchoStar is authorized, for a period of up to five consecutive days, to perform annual reliability testing for TT&C operations with the DBSD G-1 satellite on EchoStar's authorized frequencies within the 5925-5930 MHz, 6420-6425 MHz, 3700-3705 MHz, and 4195-4200 MHz bands.
90149 Other than for annual reliability testing, EchoStar's use of frequencies within the 5925-5930 MHz, 6420-6425 MHz, 3700-3705 MHz, and 4195-4200 MHz bands to communicate with the DBSD G-1 satellite is limited to TT&C operations that cannot be accommodated within DBSD G-1's service bands for on-station TT&C: 29.9955 GHz and 29.9995 GHz (command) and 20.1965 GHz and 20.1985 GHz (telemetry).
90150 In the event that on-station TT&C operations cannot be conducted in the 29.9955 GHz, 29.9995 GHz, 20.1965 GHz, and 20.1985 GHz frequency bands, EchoStar may use its authorized frequencies within the 5925-5930 MHz, 6420-6425 MHz, 3700-3705 MHz, and 4195-4200 MHz bands for TT&C operations, for five consecutive days, ending at 12:00 p.m. on the fifth day. If additional time is needed, EchoStar must file a request with the Commission for special temporary authority to continue its operations for communicating with the DBSD G-1 satellite.
90151 EchoStar has two days to notify the Commission, in writing, once it begins use of its authorized frequencies within these bands indicating the basis for commencing communications with the DBSD G-1 satellite.
90152 EchoStar must coordinate its TT&C operations for the DBSD G-1 satellite, including any annual reliability testing, with any authorized satellites within two degrees of the 92.85° W.L. orbital location.
90153 If the DBSD G-1 satellite moves from the 92.85° W.L. orbital location or the technical information on file for the DBSD G-1 satellite for the frequencies authorized to EchoStar within the 3700-3705 MHz, 4195-4200 MHz, 5925-5930 MHz, or 6420-6425 MHz bands is modified, EchoStar must file an application to modify this authorization.
90154ROW 44 onlyThis authorization is subject to an overall limit of 1000 remote terminlas, of the types identified in Section A above, operating at one time.
90155ROW 44 onlyWaiver of the Table of Frequency Allocation, Section 2.106 of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R. § 2.106, is granted for space-to-Earth operations, on an unprotected, non-interference basis, in the 12.25-12.75 GHz frequency band from Intelsat 19 in ITU Region 2, including portions of U.S. airspace. Reception of downlink transmissions by Row 44 Inc.'s aircraft earth stations pursuant to grant of Row 44 Inc.'s waiver request is limited to the antenna beam patterns provided in IBFS File No. SAT-MOD-20120628-00107.
90156ROW 44 onlyOperation pursuant to this authorization must be in compliance with the terms of coordination agreements between the operators of the AMC 9, Horizons 1, SES-1, Intelsat 19, Satmex 5, Satmex 8, Telstar 11N, and Estrela do Sul 2 space stations and operators of other Ku-band geostationary space stations within six angular degrees of those space stations. In the event that another GSO Fixed-Satellite Service space station commences operation in the 14.0-14.5 GHz band at a location within six degrees of any of these space stations, aircraft earth stations operating pursuant to this authorization must cease transmitting to that space station unless and until such operation has been coordinated with the new space station's operator or Row 44 Inc. demonstrates that such operation will not cause harmful interference to the new co-frequency space station.
90157ROW 44 onlyCommunications between Row 44 Inc.'s aircraft earth stations and the Satmex 5 and Satmex 8 space stations must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between Mexico and other Administrations.
90158ROW 44 onlyCommunications between Row 44 Inc.'s aircraft earth stations and the Horizon 1 space station must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between Japan and other Administrations.
90159ROW 44 onlyCommunications between Row 44 Inc.'s aircraft earth stations and the Estrela Do Sul 2 space station must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between Brazil and other Administrations.
90160ROW 44 onlyThe aircraft earth stations are authorized to transmit in the 14.0-14.5 GHz frequency band to the geostationary orbit space stations listed as a point of communication in Section D above subject to the particulars of operation and identified frequencies included in Section B above and the licensee's application. Such transmissions are authorized on a primary basis as an application of the Fixed-Satellite Service pursuant to the allocation determinations and service rules in IB Docket No. 12-376 (Docket Name: Revisions to Parts 2 and 25 of the Commission's Rules to Govern the Use of Earth Stations Aboard Aircraft Communicating with Fixed-Satellite Service Geostationary Orbit Space Stations Operating in the 10.95-11.2 GHz, 11.45-11.7 GHz, 11.7-12.2 GHz and 14.0-14.5 GHz Frequency Bands). Operations must be in accordance with the Federal Communications Commission's rules not waived herein, the technical specifications contained in licensee's application, and are subject to the other conditions listed in the authorization.
90161 Reception of downlink transmissions is on a non-interference, non-protected basis from the following geostationary orbit space station(s): Intelsat 19 (Call Sign S2850) in the 12.25-12.75 GHz frequency band.
90162ROW 44 onlyWaiver of the Table of Frequency Allocation, Section 2.106 of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R. § 2.106, is granted for space-to-Earth operations, on an unprotected, non-interference basis, in the 12.25-12.75 GHz frequency band from Intelsat 19 in ITU Region 2, including portions of U.S. airspace. Reception of downlink transmissions by Row 44's aircraft earth stations pursuant to grant of Row 44's waiver request is limited to the antenna beam patterns provided in IBFS File No. SAT-MOD-20120628-00107.
90163Row 44In the event that a non-geostationary orbit satellite system commences operations in the 14.0-14.5 GHz frequency band, Row 44 Inc. must cease operations unless such operations have been coordinated with the operator of the NGSO system or Row 44 Inc. has demonstrated that its operations will not cause harmful interference to the NGSO system.
90164 Row 44 Inc. shall comply with any pertinent limits established by the International Telecommunication Union to protect other services allocated internationally.
90165TELEVISA, SA de CV (SES-LIC-2014080600638)In addition to note 5208 , Applicant is restricted to the conditions below due to the hazard assessment of MPE; The area around antenna will be roped off while system is in operation The general public will not have access to areas within ½ diameters from the edge of the antenna Radiation hazard signs will be posted while earth station is in operation Applicant will ensure that no buildings or other obstacles will be in the areas that exceed the MPE levels The earth station's operational personnel will not have access to the areas that exceed the MPE levels while the earth station is in operation The transmitters will be turned off during antenna maintenance.
90166PanasonicReception of downlink transmissions is on a non-interference, non-protected basis from the following geostationary-orbit space stations: Eutelsat 172A (formerly GE-23) (Call Sign: S2610) at 172º E.L. in the 12.2-12.75 GHz frequency band; Eutelsat 10A at 10º E.L in the 12.5-12.75 GHz frequency band; Apstar 6 in the 12.25-12.75 GHz frequency band; Apstar 7 in the 12.50-12.75 GHz frequency band; Superbird C2 in the 12.2-12.75 GHz frequency band; and Intelsat 15 in the 12.5-12.75 GHz frequency band. The aircraft earth station operations authorized herein must accept interference from any radio station operating in conformance with the U.S. Table of Frequency Allocations.
90167PanasonicThe applicant's request for a waiver of Section 25.283(c) of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R. § 25.283(c), is granted. Section 25.283(c) specifies that space stations must discharge all stored energy sources at end-of-life of the space station. Superbird C2 is a Mitsubishi Electric Corp. DS2000 model spacecraft that was launched on August 15, 2008. Applicant states that due to its design, Superbird C2's two identical helium tanks were sealed immediately following the last orbit-raising maneuver during the launch phase for the satellite and cannot be further discharged. Applicant states that the sealed helium tanks will retain a total mass of approximately 640 grams of helium at end of life, with each tank volume being 81.39 liters. Compliance with Section 25.283(c) is not achievable except through direct retrieval of spacecraft. The information submitted is not sufficient to support a finding that the underlying purpose of Section 25.283(c) would be served by sealing the helium tanks without completely venting them. However, we grant a partial waiver of the rule because undue hardship would result from requiring modification of the space station at this time.
90168Panasonic The applicant's request for a waiver of Section 25.283(c) of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R. § 25.283(c), is granted. Section 25.283(c) specifies that space stations must discharge all stored energy sources at end-of-life of the space station. Apstar 7 is a Thales Alenia Space Spacebus-4000C2 model spacecraft that was launched on March 31, 2012. Applicant states that due to its design, Apstar 7's two identical helium tanks were sealed immediately following the last orbit-raising maneuver during the launch phase for the satellite and cannot be further discharged. Applicant states that the sealed helium tanks will retain a total mass of approximately 2100 grams of helium at end of life, with each tank volume being 91 liters. Compliance with Section 25.283(c) is not achievable except through direct retrieval of spacecraft. The information submitted is not sufficient to support a finding that the underlying purpose of Section 25.283(c) would be served by sealing the helium tanks without completely venting them. However, we grant a partial waiver of the rule because undue hardship would result from requiring modification of the space station at this time.
90169PanasonicThe applicant's request for a waiver of Section 25.283(c) of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R. § 25.283(c), is granted. Section 25.283(c) specifies that space stations must discharge all stored energy sources at end-of-life of the space station. Yamal 300K is a JSC Gazprom Space Systems spacecraft that was launched on November 2, 2012. Applicant states that Yamal 300K will retain a de minimis amount of residual nitrogen and xenon at end of life. Applicant states that there will be 250 grams of nitrogen in a tank volume of 39.3 liters, and 1 kilogram of xenon in each of two interconnected identical tanks, each with a volume of 38 liters. Compliance with Section 25.283(c) is not achievable except through direct retrieval of spacecraft. The information submitted is not sufficient to support a finding that the underlying purpose of Section 25.283(c) would be served by sealing the helium tanks without completely venting them. However, we grant a partial waiver of the rule because undue hardship would result from requiring modification of the space station at this time.
90170PanasonicReception of downlink transmissions is on a non-interference, non-protected basis from the following geostationary orbit space stations: Yamal 300K at 90° E.L. in the 11.2-11.45 GHz frequency band, and SES 6 at 40.5° W.L. in the 11.2-11.45 GHz frequency band (limited to the downlink North Atlantic beam in IBFS File No. SES-MFS-20130930-00845). When receiving transmissions from these satellites in these frequency bands, the aircraft earth station operations authorized herein must accept interference from any authorized user of the band.
90171PanasonicCommunications between Panasonic Avionics Corporation's aircraft earth stations and the Anik F1 and Anik G1 space stations must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between Canada and other Administrations.
90172PanasonicCommunications between Panasonic Avionics Corporation's aircraft earth stations and the Satmex-8 space station must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between Mexico and other Administrations.
90173PanasonicCommunications between Panasonic Avionics Corporation's aircraft earth stations and the Superbird C2 space station must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between Japan and other Administrations.
90174PanasonicCommunications between Panasonic Avionics Corporation's aircraft earth stations and the SES-6 space station must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between the Netherlands and other Administrations.
90175PanasonicCommunications between Panasonic Avionics Corporation's aircraft earth stations and the Apstar 6, Apstar 7, and Asiasat 5 space stations must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between China and other Administrations.
90176PanasonicCommunications between Panasonic Avionics Corporation's aircraft earth stations and the Yamal 300K space station must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between Russia and other Administrations.
90177PanasonicOperation pursuant to this authorization must be in compliance with the terms of coordination agreements between the operators of the Eutelsat 172A, Eutelsat 10A, Estrela Do Sul 2, Intelsat 14, Telstar 11N, Anik F1, Galaxy-17, Amazonas 2, Anik G1, Apstar 6, Apstar 7, Asiasat 5, Intelsat 15, Satmex 8, SES-6, Superbird C2, Galaxy-17, Telstar 11N, Estrela do Sul 2, and SES-6 and Yamal 300K space stations and operators of other Ku-band geostationary space stations within six angular degrees of those space stations. In the event that another GSO fixed-satellite service space station commences operation in the 14.0-14.5 GHz band at a location within six degrees of any of these space stations, aircraft earth stations operating pursuant to this authorization must cease transmitting to that space station unless and until such operation has been coordinated with the new space station's operator or Panasonic Avionics Corporation demonstrates that such operation will not cause harmful interference to the new co-frequency space station.
90178DNET group SES-MFS-20140314-00140, E120231Operation in the 13.75-14.0 GHz (Earth-to-space) frequency band is limited to Amazonas 3 (S2886) operating at the 61 degrees W.L. orbital location. Ku-band space-to-Earth operations are not authorized.
90179Permitted list limitationThe operation with Permitted List satelites is limited to the 5925-6425 and 3700-4200 MHz frequency bands.
90180Related to communication with O3b netwok onlyGrant of this application and operations under this license are based upon and subject to the conditions, waivers, and findings specified in conditions 90034, 90037, 90041, and 90045 in the license for Call Sign E100088.
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90181Related to communication with O3b netwok onlyBecause this authorization is limited to a single earth station that is providing gateway services only, Section 25.145(c) of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R § 25.145(c), IS HEREBY WAIVED with respect to the service coverage requirements for the O3b Limited NGSO satellite system. Grant of this waiver is without prejudice to action on any waiver request filed in connection with an application to provide additional services to, from, or within the United States.
90182Gogo LLC, SES-MFS-20140801-00625Reception of downlink transmissions is on a non-interference, non-protected basis from the following geostationary orbit space stations: SES-4 (Call Sign S2828) at 22° W.L. and Telstar 11N (Call Sign S2357) at 37.55° W.L. in the 12.5-12.75 GHz frequency band; Intelsat 19 (Call Sign S2850) at 166° E.L. in the 12.25-12.75 GHz frequency band; Intelsat 22 (Call Sign S2846) at 72.1° E.L. in the 12.25-12.5 GHz frequency band; and Eutelsat 172A (formerly GE-23) (Call Sign S2610) at 172.0° E.L. and Apstar V at 138.0° E.L. in the 12.2-12.75 GHz frequency band. When receiving transmissions from these satellites in these frequency bands, the aircraft earth station operations authorized herein must accept interference from any radio station operating in conformance with the U.S. Table of Frequency Allocations.
90183Gogo LLC, SES-MFS-20140801-00625Operation pursuant to this authorization must be in compliance with the terms of coordination agreements between the operators of the Eutelsat 172A, Intelsat 14, Intelsat 21, Intelsat 22, Intelsat 19, Intelsat 904, Satmex 5, SES-1, SES-4, SES-6, Telstar 11N and Apstar V space stations and operators of other Ku-band geostationary space stations within six angular degrees of those space stations. In the event that another GSO Fixed-Satellite Service space station commences operation in the 14.0-14.5 GHz band at a location within six degrees of any of these space stations, aircraft earth stations operating pursuant to this authorization must cease transmitting to that space station unless and until such operation has been coordinated with the new space station's operator or Gogo LLC demonstrates that such operation will not cause harmful interference to the new co-frequency space station.
90184Gogo LLC, SES-MFS-20140801-00625Communications between Gogo LLC's aircraft earth stations and the Apstar V space station must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between China and other Administrations
90185Gogo LLC, SES-MFS-20140801-00625This authorization is subject to an overall limit of 2000 remote terminals, of the types identified in Section A above, operating at one time.
90186Intelsat License LLCThe emission carriers 900KF2D and 600KG7D and associated power levels as proposed in this application SES-MFS-20141030-00829 are limited as coordinated for operations with Intelsat 30 and Intelsat 31 points of communication. Grant of this authorization is without prejudice to any determination that the Commission may make regarding any other pending or future application seeking to communicate with Intelsat 30 and Intelsat 31.
90187Intelsat License LLCSES-MFS-20141030-00829 is authorized to conduct command operation on 13.7505 GHz and 14.0035 GHz (Earth-to-space) frequencies and telemetry on 11.198 GHz and 11.1985 GHz or 11.19925 GHz and 11.19975 GHz (space-to-Earth) frequencies for Intelsat 30 (S2887) pursuant to FCC file number SAT-LOA-20121025-00187.
90188Intelsat License LLCSES-MFS-20141030-00829 is authorized to conduct command operation on 13.9985 GHz and 14.006 GHz (Earth-to-space) and telemetry on 11.19425 GHz and 11.1955 GHz or 11.19625 GHz and 11.19675 GHz (space-to-Earth) for Intelsat 31 (S2924) pursuant to FCC file number SAT-LOA-20140410-00038.
90189SES AMericomOperation with Permitted List satellites must comply with the Commission rule for routine operations. As such the operator must limit antenna input power for the emission carrier 36M0F7D to -2.7 dBW/4kHz for digital SCPC emissions.
90190KA-312 condition pending grant of SES-MFS-20140804-00633 and SES-MFS-20140630-00546Antenna IDs "1.52M" and "11M" are not authorized to operate upon grant of IFBS File No. SES-MFS-20140804-00633 related to Call Sign E990034 and must be removed by modification upon grant of IBFS File No. SES-MFS-20140630-00546.
90191Applied to E100088, SES-MOD-20140814-00652Transmissions between earth station call sign E100088 and O3b Limited NGSO space stations are limited to the provision of gateway and telemetry, tracking, and command (TT&C) services for the O3b Limited NGSO space stations in the 17.8-18.6 GHz (space-to-Earth), 18.8-19.3 GHz (space-to-Earth), 27.6-28.4 GHz (Earth-to-space) and 28.6-29.1 GHz (Earth-to-space) frequency bands.
90192Applied to E130021, SES-MOD-20140814-00654Transmissions between earth station call sign E130021 and O3b Limited NGSO space stations are limited to the provision of gateway and telemetry, tracking, and command (TT&C) services for the O3b Limited NGSO space stations in the 17.8-18.6 GHz (space-to-Earth), 18.8-19.3 GHz (space-to-Earth), 27.6-28.4 GHz (Earth-to-space) and 28.6-29.1 GHz (Earth-to-space) frequency bands.
90193Paul, on the earth station side, please include the following condition in the Hawaii, Vernon, Maritime and American Samoa grants.Grant of this application and operations under this license are based upon and subject to the conditions, waivers, and findings specified for Call Sign S2935.
90194 This grant is based upon a finding that the Inmarsat 5-F2 satellite is and will be subject to direct and effective regulation by the United Kingdom concerning orbital debris mitigation. This grant will remain effective only to the extent that launch and space operations continue to be authorized by the United Kingdom Space Agency under the United Kingdom Outer Space Act. See In the Matter of Inmarsat Mobile Networks, Inc., Order and Authorization and Declaratory Ruling, DA 15-392 (rel. March 30, 2015), IBFS File Nos. SES-LIC-20130426-00397, SES-AMD-20120823-00781, and SES-AMD-20150114-00008.
90195Applied to E140107, SES-LIC-20141022-00809Transmissions between earth station call sign E140107 and O3b Limited NGSO space stations are limited to the provision of gateway and telemetry, tracking, and command (TT&C) services for the O3b Limited NGSO space stations in the 17.8-18.6 GHz (space-to-Earth), 18.8-19.3 GHz (space-to-Earth), 27.6-28.4 GHz (Earth-to-space) and 28.6-29.1 GHz (Earth-to-space) frequency bands.
90196only for SES-MFS-20150318-00164Operation pursuant to this authorization must be in compliance with the terms of coordination agreements between the operators of the AMC-2, AMC-9, Horizons 1, SES-1, SES-6, Intelsat 19, Eutelsat 115WA (formerly Satmex 5), Eutelsat 117WA (formerly Satmex 8), Telstar 11N, and Estrela do Sul 2 space stations and operators of other Ku-band geostationary space stations within six angular degrees of those space stations. In the event that another GSO Fixed-Satellite Service space station commences operation in the 14.0-14.5 GHz band at a location within six degrees of any of these space stations, aircraft earth stations operating pursuant to this authorization must cease transmitting to that space station unless and until such operation has been coordinated with the new space station's operator or Row 44 Inc. demonstrates that such operation will not cause harmful interference to the new co-frequency space station.
90197only for Row 44Communications between Row 44 Inc.'s aircraft earth stations and the Eutelsat 115WA (formerly Satmex 5) and Eutelsat 117WA (formerly Satmex 8) space stations must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between Mexico and other Administrations.
90198only for Row 44Communications between Row 44 Inc.'s aircraft earth stations and the SES-6 space station must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between the Netherlands and other Administrations.
90199only for Row 44Reception of downlink transmissions is on a non-interference, non-protected basis from the following geostationary orbit space station(s): Intelsat 19 in the 12.25-12.75 GHz frequency band. When receiving transmissions from the satellite in this frequency band, the aircraft earth station operations authorized herein must accept interference from any radio station operating in conformance with the U.S. Table of Frequency Allocations. Operations in this band were not requested with any other satellites.
90200only for SES-MFS-20150318-00164For communications with AMC-2, SES-6, AMC-9, & SES-1 only.
90201SES-LFS-20140924-00752 onlyThe band 17.3-17.7 GHz is allocated on a primary basis to the non-Federal fixed-satellite service (Earth-to-space). Earth stations receiving in the broadcasting-satellite service within these bands will be protected from these co-primary operations only to the extent established in any relevant rule making proceeding, and grant of this authorization shall not prejudice the outcome of any such rulemaking.
90203SES-LFS-20140924-00752 onlyDish Operating LLC's request for limited waiver of Sections 25.264(c) and (d) of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R. §§ 25.264(c) and (d), to the extent required, IS GRANTED. The Ciel-6i payload was launched in July 2011 prior to issuance of the FCC's service rules for the 17/24 GHz BSS in September 2011, thus leaving no possibility to perform additional measurements required by Sections 25.264(c) and (d). DISH has provided all available information regarding compliance with the obligations of Sections 25.264(c) and (d). DISH also notes in its Technical Annex that: (i) there is no operational, adjacent 12/17 GHz BSS satellite less than 1.8° away from the 103.0° W.L. orbit location; (ii) emission levels of the Ciel-6i payload are low; and (iii) calculations show that the Ciel-6i payload raises no potential harmful interference issue with respect to any U.S.-licensed DBS satellite. Therefore, waiver of the requirements will not undermine the purpose of Sections 25.264(c) and (d).
90204 Communications with the Satmex 9 space station are authorized based upon and subject to the conditions, waivers, and findings specified for Call Sign S2926.
90206Harris SES-LIC-20150609-00351This authorization references previously authorized license File number SES-LIC-20060302-00342 that authorized antenna model Prodelin 1244. The proposed antenna model Prodelin 2244 listed herein has the antenna gain performance and technical characteristics identical to Prodelin 1244.
90207 Operations pursuant to this authorization must be in compliance with the terms of the coordination agreements with operators of Ka-band geostationary space stations within thirty angular degrees of the target satellite (Inmarsat-5 F2). In the event another GSO space station commences operation in the 29.5-30.0 GHz frequency band at a location within thirty degrees of any of the target satellites, aircraft earth stations operating pursuant to this authorization must cease transmitting to the target satellite(s) unless and until such operation has been coordinated with the new space station's operator or ISAT US, Inc. demonstrates that such operation will not cause harmful interference to the new co-frequency space station.
90208 Communications between ISAT US, Inc.'s aircraft earth stations and Inmarsat-5 F2 must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between the United Kingdom and other Administrations.
90209 ISAT US, Inc. is granted a waiver of the Table of Frequency Allocations, Section 2.106 of the Commission's rules, and a waiver of the Ka-band Band Plan, see Rulemaking to Amend Parts 1, 2, 21, and 25 of the Commission's Rules to Redesignate the 27.5-29.5 GHz Frequency Band to Reallocate the 29.5-30.0 GHz Frequency Band, to Establish Rules and Policies for Local Multipoint Distribution Services and for Fixed Satellite Services, First Report and Order and Fourth Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, 11 FCC Rcd 19005 (1996). ISAT US, Inc. is authorized to operate in the 19.7-20.2 GHz and 29.5-30.0 GHz frequency bands on a non-harmful interference basis. ISAT US, Inc. must not cause harmful interference to any authorized radio station operating in conformance with the U.S. Table of Frequency Allocations.
90210 Operation of aircraft earth stations authorized herein are subject to any requirements the Commission may adopt in any future proceeding concerning operations in the 19.7-20.2 GHz and 29.5-30.0 GHz band frequencies including, but not limited to, aircraft earth stations communicating with geostationary orbit space stations.
90211 The antenna performance specifications do not comply with Sections 25.138(a) and 25.209 of the FCC Rules. The operation of these antennas will not be protected from harmful interference caused by other geostationary satellite networks to the extent that harmful interference would not be expected to be caused to an antenna that is compliant with the antenna performance standards of Section 25.209.
90212 The licensee shall maintain records of the following data for each operating aircraft earth station (AES), a record of the aircraft location (i.e., latitude/longitude/altitude), transmit frequency, channel bandwidth and satellite used shall be time annotated and maintained for a period of not less than one year. Records shall be recorded at time intervals no greater than one (1) minute while the AES is transmitting. The operator shall make this data available, in the form of a comma delimited electronic spreadsheet, within 24 hours of a request from the Commission, NTIA, or a frequency coordinator for purposes of resolving harmful interference events. A description of the units (i.e., degrees, minutes, MHz ...) in which the records values are recorded will be supplied along with the records.
90213 This authorization is subject to an overall limit of 8000 remote terminals, of the types identified in Section A above, operating at one time.
90214 This grant is based upon a finding that the Inmarsat 5-F2 satellite is and will be subject to direct and effective regulation by the United Kingdom concerning orbital debris mitigation. This grant will remain effective only to the extent that launch and space operations continue to be authorized by the United Kingdom Space Agency under the United Kingdom Outer Space Act. See In the Matter of Inmarsat Mobile Networks, Inc., Order and Authorization and Declaratory Ruling, DA 15-392 (rel. March 30, 2015), IBFS File Nos. SES-LIC-20130426-00397, SES-AMD-20120823-00781, and SES- AMD-20150114-00008.
90215 The aircraft earth stations are authorized, on a non-protected and non-harmful interference basis, to transmit to the following geostationary-orbit space station: Inmarsat-5 F2 at 55° W.L. using the 29.5-30.0 GHz frequency band. The aircraft earth stations authorized herein must immediately terminate operations upon notification that such operation is causing harmful interference to any other radio system lawfully operating in the 29.5-30.0 GHz frequency band. The aircraft earth stations authorized herein cannot claim protection from harmful interference from any radio system lawfully operating in the 29.5-30.0 GHz frequency band.
90216 The aircraft earth stations are authorized, on a non-protected and non-harmful interference basis, to receive downlink transmissions from the following geostationary-orbit space station: Inmarsat-5 F2 at 55° W.L. in the 19.7-20.2 GHz frequency band. The aircraft earth station operation authorized herein must accept interference from any radio system lawfully operating in the 19.7-20.2 GHz frequency band.
90217 When operating in airspace within line-of-sight of the territory of a foreign administration where Fixed Service networks have an allocation in the 29.5-30.0 GHz frequency band, the aircraft earth stations must not exceed the following EIRP limits:+64 dBW in any 1 MHz band for Theta is less than or equal to 0°+64 + 3*Theta dBW in any 1 MHz band for Theta is greater than 0° but less than or equal to 5° where Theta is the angle of elevation of the horizon viewed from the center of radiation of the antenna of the earth station and measured in degrees as positive above the horizontal plane and negative below it.
90218 Site will be used for providing emergency backup telemetry, tracking, and command (TT&C) operations as authorized in SAT-LOA-20130626-00087, SAT-MOD-20140321-00032, SAT-MOD-20140912-00100 for Call Sign S2912.
90219 Operation pursuant to this authorization must be in compliance with the terms of coordination agreements between the operators of the AMC-2, AMC-9, AMC-3, Horizons 1, SES-1, SES-6, Intelsat 19, Eutelsat 115WA (formerly Satmex 5), Eutelsat 117WA (formerly Satmex 8), Telstar 11N, and Estrela do Sul 2 space stations and operators of other Ku-band geostationary space stations within six angular degrees of those space stations. In the event that another GSO Fixed-Satellite Service space station commences operation in the 14.0-14.5 GHz band at a location within six degrees of any of these space stations, aircraft earth stations operating pursuant to this authorization must cease transmitting to that space station unless and until such operation has been coordinated with the new space station's operator or Row 44 Inc. demonstrates that such operation will not cause harmful interference to the new co-frequency space station.
90220 For communications with AMC-3 only.
90221 For communications with AMC-2, SES-6, AMC-9, SES-1, and AMC-3 only.
90222 LightSquared's request for waiver of Section 25.283(c) of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R. § 25.283(c), IS GRANTED. Section 25.283(c) requires discharge of all stored energy sources when a space station is retired from service. MSAT-1 is a Boeing 601 model spacecraft, which has a liquid propulsion system that includes two helium pressurant tanks and two pairs of fuel and oxidizer tanks. The fuel and oxidizer tanks will be vented in the end-of-life shutdown procedure. The helium tanks were sealed by firing pyrotechnic valves shortly after launch in 1996, and contain an estimated mass of approximately 130 grams of helium in each tank, with each tank having a volume of 43.42 liters. We waive Section 25.283(c) in light of the fact that the action taken to seal the helium tanks was taken prior to the adoption of this rule, and compliance would require direct retrieval of the spacecraft.
90223 LightSquared's request for partial waiver of Section 25.114(c) of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R. § 25.114(c), IS GRANTED. The information provided satisfies the relevant informational requirements.
90224 Authorized communications with MSAT-1 are limited to frequencies within the L band (1525-1559 MHz and 1626.5-1660.5 MHz).
90225 We waive Sections 25.137(c) and 25.157 of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R. §§ 25.137(c), 25.157, on our own motion, to permit consideration of LightSquared's application outside of a modified processing round. LightSquared seeks to communicate with the Canadian-licensed MSAT-1 geostationary space station in the mobile-satellite service following its relocation from the 106.5° W.L. orbital location to the 107.5° W.L. orbital location. We grant this waiver in light of the fact that LightSquared will not be authorized to communicate with MSAT-1 using additional frequencies following the relocation and the coverage of MSAT-1 over the United States will be similar.
90226 Transmissions between earth station call sign E150018 and O3b Limited NGSO space stations are limited to the provision of integration, testing, and demonstration services in the 17.8-18.6 GHz and 18.8-19.3 GHz (space-to-Earth) and the 27.6-28.4 GHz and 28.6-29.1 GHz (Earth-to-space) frequency bands. This authorization is limited to two earth station terminals each employing two 1.2 meter antennas located within an area of one second latitude by one second longitude, and does not permit O3b Limited to operate ubiquitously deployed terminals in these frequency bands. See 47 C.F.R. § 25.103; Rulemaking to Amend Parts 1, 2, 21, and 25 of the Commission's Rules to Redesignate the 27.5-29.5 GHz Frequency Band, to Reallocate the 29.5-30.0 GHz Frequency Band, to Establish Rules and Policies for Local Multipoint Distribution Service and for Fixed Satellite Services, Third Report and Order, 12 FCC Rcd. 22310, 22327 para. 42 (1997).
90227 Grant of this application and operations under this license are based upon and subject to the conditions, waivers, and findings specified in DA 15-392 (rel. March 30, 2015).
90228 The licensee's earth stations on maritime vessels authorized herein must employ a tracking algorithm that is resistant to capturing and tracking adjacent satellite signals, and each station must be capable of inhibiting its own transmission in the event it detects unintended satellite tracking.
90229 The licensee's earth stations on maritime vessels authorized herein must be monitored and controlled by a ground-based network control and monitoring center. Such stations must be able to receive "enable transmission" and "disable transmission" commands from the network control center and must cease transmission immediately after receiving a "parameter change" command until receiving an "enable transmission" command from the network control center. The network control center must monitor operation of each earth station to determine if it is malfunctioning, and each earth station on maritime vessels must self-monitor and automatically cease transmission within 100 milliseconds on detecting an operational fault that could cause harmful interference.
90230 The Commisson's Ka-band Plan is waived to the extent noted herein. Operations in the 29.5-30.0 GHz and 19.7-20.2 GHz frequency bands for maritime use are permitted on a non-harmful interference basis, that is, operations must not cause harmful interference to, and must not claim protection from interference caused by any other lawfully operating station. Transmission(s) must cease immediately upon notice of any interference caused. See Rulemaking to Amend Parts 1, 2, 21, and 25 of the Commission's Rules to Redesignate the 27.5-29.5 GHz Frequency Band to Reallocate the 29.5-30.0 GHz Frequency Band, to Establish Rules and Policies for Local Multipoint Distribution Services and for Fixed Satellite Services, First Report and Order and Fourth Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, 11 FCC Rcd 19005 (1996). This waiver applies to terminals with the technical characteristics identified in this license, on both U.S. and non-U.S. registered vessels.
90231 The licensee is authorized to operate up to 24,000 terminals on U.S.-registered vessels in U.S. territorial waters, including inland waterways and international waters, to communicate with the Inmarsat 5 F2 geostationary orbit space station at the 55° W.L. orbital location. The licensee is not authorized to operate on any off-shore or mobile platforms. The remote control point is a material term of the license and may not be changed without prior authorization under Section 25.117 of the Commission's rules. Public Notice "The International Bureau provides Guidance Concerning the Relocation of Earth Station Remote Control Points," DA 06-978 (rel. May 4, 2006).
90232 The licensee must submit to the Commission a yearly report indicating the number of earth stations actually brought into service under its blanket licensing authority. The annual report is due to the Commission no later than the first day of April of each year and shall indicate the deployment figures for the preceding calendar year. See 47 C.F.R. § 25.145(f)(1)(iv)(2).
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90233 The operation of Inmarsat-5 F2 and associated earth stations must comport with: (i) the applicable uplink limits in Section 25.138 in the frequency 29.5-30.0 GHz; (ii) the applicable downlink limits in Section 25.138 in the frequency band 19.7-20.2 GHz. These limits cannot be exceeded unless the satellite operator coordinates any non-conforming operation with the operations of U.S.-licensed GSO space stations within 6 degrees of 55° W.L. Non-conforming operation must also be coordinated with respect to operation of non-U.S.-licensed space stations within 6 degrees of 55° W.L. when communicating with U.S.-licensed earth stations pursuant to Section 25.137 of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R. § 25.137.
90234 This authorization and any licenses related thereto are subject to compliance with the provisions of the Agreement between Inmarsat on the one hand and the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) on the other, dated September 23, 2008, as amended.
90235Created for SES-MOD-20150316-00156 grantFor operations with Intelsat 29e (S2913) only.
90236 For operations pursuant to this authorization, the minimum elevation angle of the direction of maximum radiation of the O3b antenna with respect to the horizontal plane at which O3b's earth stations may transmit is 10 degrees.
90237 Earth Station may only operate in compliance with the 47 C.F.R. Section 2.106, Table of Allocations Footnote US87, "Operations in the band 449.75-450.25 MHz may be used by Federal and non-Federal stations for space telecommand (Earth-to-space) at specific locations, subject to such conditions as may be applied on a case-by-case basis. Operators shall take all practical steps to keep the carrier frequency close to 450 MHz."
90238 Earth Station may only operate in compliance with the 47 C.F.R. Section 2.106, Table of Allocations International Note 5.286 "Operations in the band 449.75-450.25 MHz may be used for the space operation service (Earth-to-space) and the space research service (Earth-to-space), subject to agreement obtained under No.9.21. "
90239 Communications to space station Viasat-1(S2747) at orbital location 115.1 degrees W.L. will be on frequencies: 28.35-29.1 GHz, 29.5-30.0 GHz (Earth-to-space) and 18.3-19.3 GHz, 19.7-20.2 GHz (space-to-Earth).
90240 Communications between antenna ID 3 to space stations WildBlue 1 (S2355) at orbital location 111.1 degrees W.L. and Anik-F2 (S2742) at orbital location 111.1 degrees W.L. on frequencies 29.5-30.0 GHz (Earth-to-space) and 19.7-20.2 GHz (space-to-Earth) to provide service in the U.S.
90241 The waiver requested by ViaSat to operate blanket licensed terminals in the 28.6-29.1 GHz and 18.8-19.3 GHz bands using the antenna ID 3 and antenna ID 4 in its application SES-MOD-20150817-00526 are granted provided that communications between VIASAT-1 and ViaSat's network of earth terminals not interfere with or seek protection from any primary NGSO operations currently planned or authorized in the future.
90242 Communications to space stations WildBlue 1 (S2355) at orbital location 111.1 degrees W.L. and Anik-F2 (S2742) at orbital location 111.1 degrees W.L. on frequencies 29.5-30.0 GHz (Earth-to-space) and 19.7-20.2 GHz (space-to-Earth) to provide service in the U.S.
90243The Christian Broadcasting NetworkThe 13.75-14.0 GHz (Earth-to-space) frequencies have been cleared with the National Telecommunications & Information Administration (NTIA).
90244 This authorization and any licenses related thereto are subject to compliance with the provisions of the Agreement between Inmarsat on the one hand and the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) on the other, dated September 23, 2008, as amended.
90245 When the ESAA network is put into operation, the licensee must file with the Commission a certification including the following information: name of the licensee, file number of the application, call sign of the antenna, date of the license and certification that the network was put into operation and will remain operational during the license period unless the license is submitted for cancellation.
90246 ESAAs authorized herein must employ a tracking algorithm that is resistant to capturing and tracking adjacent satellite signals, and each station must be capable of inhibiting its own transmission in the event it detects unintended satellite tracking.
90247 ESAAs authorized herein must be monitored and controlled by a ground-based network control and monitoring center. Such stations must be able to receive "enable transmission" and "disable transmission" commands from the network control center and must cease transmission immediately after receiving a "parameter change" command until receiving an "enable transmission" command from the network control center. The network control center must monitor operation of each ESAA to determine if it is malfunctioning, and each ESAA must self-monitor and automatically cease transmission on detecting an operational fault that could cause harmful interference to a fixed-satellite service network.
90248 Stations authorized herein must not be used to provide air traffic control communications.
90249 The ESAAs are authorized, on a non-protected and non-harmful interference basis, to transmit to the following geostationary-orbit space stations: VIASAT-1 (Call Sign: S2747) at 115.1° W.L. using the 28.35-29.1 GHz and 29.5-30.0 GHz frequency bands; WildBlue-1 (Call Sign S2355) at 111.1° W.L using the 29.5-30.0 GHz frequency band; and ANIK-F2 (Call Sign: S2472) at 111.1° W.L. using the 29.5-30.0 GHz frequency band. The ESAAs authorized herein must immediately terminate operations upon notification that such operation is causing harmful interference to any other radio system lawfully operating in the 28.35-29.1 GHz and 29.5-30.0 GHz frequency bands. The ESAAs authorized herein cannot claim protection from harmful interference from any radio system lawfully operating in the 28.35-29.1 GHz and 29.5-30.0 GHz frequency bands.
90250 The ESAAs are authorized, on a non-protected and non-harmful interference basis, to receive downlink transmissions from the following geostationary-orbit space stations: VIASAT-1 (Call Sign S2747) at 115.1° W.L. in the 18.3-19.3 GHz and 19.7-20.2 GHz frequency bands; WildBlue-1 (Call Sign S2355) at 111.1°W.L. in the 19.7-20.2 GHz frequency band; and ANIK-F2 (Call Sign S2742) at 111.1° W.L. in the 19.7-20.2 GHz frequency band. The ESAAs operations authorized herein must accept interference from any radio system lawfully operating in the 18.3-19.3 GHz and 19.7-20.2 GHz frequency bands.
90251 Operations pursuant to this authorization must be in compliance with the terms of the coordination agreements with operators of Ka-band geostationary space stations within thirty angular degrees of the target satellites (VIASAT-1, WildBlue-1, and ANIK-F2). In the event another GSO space station commences operation in the 28.35-29.1 GHz and 29.5-30.0 GHz frequency bands at a location within thirty degrees of any of the target satellites, ESAAs operating pursuant to this authorization must cease transmitting to the target satellite(s) unless and until such operation has been coordinated with the new space station's operator or ViaSat Inc. demonstrates that such operation will not cause harmful interference to the new co-frequency space station.
90252 Communications between ViaSat Inc.'s ESAAs and WildBlue-1 and ANIK-F2 must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between Canada and other Administrations.
90253 When operating in airspace within line-of-sight of the territory of a foreign administration where Fixed Service networks have an allocation in the 28.35- 29.1 GHz or 29.5-30.0 GHz frequency bands, the ESAAs must not exceed the following EIRP limits: +64 dBW in any 1 MHz band for Theta is less than or equal to 0°+64 + 3*Theta dBW in any 1 MHz band for Theta is greater than 0° but less than or equal to 5° where Theta is the angle of elevation of the horizon viewed from the center of radiation of the antenna of the earth station and measured in degrees as positive above the horizontal plane and negative below it.
90254 ESAAs authorized previously (SES-LIC-20120427-00404) must cease transmissions when the antenna-to-GSO skew angle for antenna ID "1", Model M40, exceeds 60° and the off-axis EIRP spectral density emissions risk harmful interference to a GSO space station. The ESAA may resume transmissions once the risk of harmful interference has passed.
90255 ESAAs authorized herein (SES-MOD-20150911-00584) must cease transmissions when the antenna-to-GSO skew angle for antenna ID "AERO-2", Model M32, equals or exceeds 55° and the off-axis EIRP spectral density emissions risk harmful interference to a GSO space station. The ESAA may resume transmissions once the risk of harmful interference has passed.
90256 Operation of ESAAs authorized herein are subject to any requirements the Commission may adopt in any future proceeding concerning operations in the 18.3-19.3 GHz, 19.7-20.2 GHz, 28.35-29.1 GHz, and 29.5-30.0 GHz band frequencies including, but not limited to, ESAAs communicating with geostationary orbit space stations.
90257 ESAAs authorized herein must be in compliance with the terms of coordination agreements with operators of non-geostationary orbit Fixed Satellite Service space stations operating in the 18.8-19.3 and 28.6-29.1 GHz frequency band. In the event another NGSO FSS system commences operation in the 18.8-19.3 and 28.6-29.1 GHz frequency bands, ESAAs operating pursuant to this authorization must cease operation unless and until such operation has been coordinated with the new NGSO system operator or the ESAA licensee demonstrates that such operation will not cause harmful interference to the new NGSO system.
90258 The licensee must maintain records of the following data for each operating ESAA: location (latitude, longitude, altitude); aircraft attitude (pitch, yaw, roll); transmit frequency and occupied bandwidth; data rate; EIRP; and target satellite. This data must be recorded at intervals of no more than one minute while an ESAA is transmitting and every 30 seconds when aircraft roll angle is greater than 10 degrees. The licensee must also record instances when ESAA pointing error exceeds 0.2 degrees. The licensee must make this data available upon request to a fixed-satellite service system operator or the Commission within 24 hours after receiving the request.
90259 For purposes of this authorization, the term earth stations aboard aircraft, or ESAA, is used to refer to any earth station on aircraft communicating with Fixed-Satellite Service (FSS) geostationary-orbit (GSO) space stations, without reference to the technical and licensing rules specifically adopted for earth stations on aircraft in the 10.95-11.2 GHz, 11.45-11.7 GHz, 11.7-12.2 GHz, and 14.0-14.5 GHz frequency bands. See 47 C.F.R. § 25.227; Revisions to Parts 2 and 25 of the Commission's Rules to Govern the Use of Earth Stations Aboard Aircraft Communicating with Fixed-Satellite Service Geostationary-Orbit Space Stations Operating in the 10.95-11.2 GHz, 11.34-11.7 GHz, 11.7-12.2 GHz and 14.0-14.5 GHz Frequency Bands, IB Docket No. 12-376, Notice of Proposed Rulemaking and Report and Order, FCC 12-161, 27 FCC Rcd 16510 (2012); Revisions of Parts 2 and 25 of the Commission's Rules to Govern the Use of Earth Stations Aboard Aircraft Communicating with Fixed-Satellite Service Geostationary-Orbit Space Stations Operating in the 10.95-11.2 GHz, 11.45-11.7 GHz, 11.7-12.2 GHz and 14.0-14.5 GHz Frequency Bands, IB Docket No. 12-376, Second Report and Order on Reconsideration, FCC 14-45, 29 FCC Rcd 4226 (2014). Nothing in this authorization extends those technical and licensing rules to earth stations on aircraft not operating in those specified frequency bands.
90260First imposed on SES-MOD-20141030-00835The required date of completion of construction and commencement of operation is the date that the first earth station earth station is put into operation. The licensee must file with the Commission a certification including the following information: name of the licensee, file number of the application, call sign of the antenna, date of the license and certification that the first station was put into operation.
90261 Waiver of the 25.138(d)(1)(i)(A) requirement to submit co-polarized patterns in the E- and H-planes for linear-polarized antennas or in two orthogonal planes for circularly-polarized antennas in the azimuth plane, plus and minus 10 degrees and plus and minus 180 degrees from beam peak is granted, for angles greater than 90 degrees from the main beam, based on this multi-aperture phased array antenna design.
90262 This authorization to operate in the 3625-3650 MHz frequency band on a primary basis is granted pursuant to having been filed prior to the effective date of the 3.5 GHz rules, July 23, 2015. See Section 2.106, Footnote US107(a) adopted in GN Dkt No. 12-354, FCC 15-147 (rel. Apr. 21, 2015).
90263Applies to Iridium licenses E960132 and E960622The Max EIRP/Carrier for Antenna ID "Handheld" reflects the sum of the maximum flange power and the antenna gain. The Handheld Max EIRP Density/Carrier reflects the Max EIRP/Carrier (11.95 dBW) divided by the occupied bandwidth of 25kHz normalized to a 4kHz bandwidth.
90264Applies to Iridium licenses E960132 and E960622The Max EIRP/Carrier for Antenna ID "OpenPort" reflects the sum of the maximum flange power adjusted for the transmitted duty cycle and the antenna gain. The OpenPort Max EIRP Density/Carrier reflects the maximum EIRP (9.4 dBW) divided by 16 times the occupied subcarrier bandwidth of 25kHz, which each equals 400 kHz, normalized to a 4kHz bandwidth.
90265Applies to Iridium licenses E960132 and E960622The Max EIRP/Carrier for Antenna ID "LiveTV " reflects the sum of the maximum flange power adjusted for the transmitted duty cycle and the antenna gain. The Live TV Max EIRP Density/Carrier reflects the maximum EIRP (6.4 dBW) divided by carrier bandwidth of 25kHz normalized to a 4kHz segment.
90266Applies to Iridium licenses E960132 and E960622The Max EIRP/Carrier for Antenna ID "AMS(R)S-X" reflects the sum of the maximum flange power adjusted for the transmitted duty cycle and the antenna gain. The AMS(R)S Max EIRP Density/Carrier reflects the maximum EIRP (dBW) divided by occupied bandwidth of 35kHz normalized to a 4kHz.
90267Iridium AMS(R)SOperations are subject to ITU Radio Regulations 5.364, 5.365, 5.366, 5.367, and 5.368.
90268Iridium AMS(R)SSite ID AMS(R)S authorizes both AMSS and AMS(R)S operations. AMSR(S) operations are limited to remote, oceanic, and polar regions
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90271  
90272(From Footnote US208, Section 2.106)Planning and use of the band 1559-1626.5 MHz necessitate the development of technical and/or operational sharing criteria to ensure the maximum degree of electromagnetic compatibility with existing and planned systems within the band.
90273 Intelsat's request for waiver of footnote NG52 of the US Table of Allocations, 47 C.F.R. Section 2.106, NG52, to use the 10.7-11.7 GHz (space-to-Earth) frequency band to offer domestic services on un unprotected, non-interference basis in the United States is GRANTED via FCC IBFS File Nos. SAT-LOA-20130722-00097; SAT-AMD-20140718-00087, Intelsat 29e, Call Sign S2913.
90274 Intelsat's use of the 10.7-10.95 GHz (space-to-Earth), 11.2-11.45 GHz (space-to-Earth), and 12.75-13.25 GHz (Earth-to-space) frequency bands is subject to footnote 5.441 to the United States Table of Frequency Allocations, 47 C.F.R. Section 2.106, 5.441, which states that operations in these bands shall be in accordance with the provisions of Appendix 30B.
90275Team Telecom condition for VizadaWe grant the Petition to Adopt Conditions to Authorizations and Licenses filed in this proceeding on December 13, 2011, by the Department of Justice, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the Department of Homeland Security. Accordingly, we condition grant of this application on Astrium Holding S.A.S., European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company EADS N.V., and the entities collectively referred to as "Vizada" (i.e., Mobsat Holding Norway AS, Mobsat Holding US Corp., Vizada, Inc., Marlink, Inc., Vizada Federal Services, Inc., Vizada AS, Vizada Services Holding, Inc., and Vizada Services LLC) abiding by the commitments and undertakings contained in Amendment No. 3 to the November 29, 2001 Agreement between Telenor Satellite Services Holdings, Inc., Telenor Satellite, Inc., Telenor Satellite Services, Inc., and Telenor Broadband Services and DOJ and the FBI, as amended by Amendment No. 1 in March 2007 and Amendment No. 2 in October 2008. A copy of the Petition, the Agreement and the Amendments to the Agreement are publicly available and may be viewed on the FCC web-site through the International Bureau Filing System (IBFS) by searching for ISP-PDR-20110818-00009 and accessing "Other filings related to this application" from the Document Viewing area.
90276ESV coordination requirement related NASA & NSF protection.Frequency bands 14.00-14.20 and 14.47-14.50 GHz for ESV operations in this license are subject to the successful coordination through the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) Interdepartment Radio Advisory Committee (IRAC). Full compliance with 47 CFR Parts 25.222 Section (c) and (d) rules is required.
90277SES-LIC-20150402-00188Licensees request for a waiver of Section 25.138, relating to the antenna pattern information provided for certain antenna types, is GRANTED. The licensee has submitted sufficient information to determine the licensee's conformance with the off-axis EIRP spectral density limits in the requested spectrum.
90278SES-LIC-20150402-00188Licensee must coordinate its space-to-Earth operations in the 19.7-20.2 GHz frequency bands with the U.S. Federal Systems, including Federal operations to earth stations in foreign countries, in accordance with footnote US334 to the U.S. Table of Frequency Allocations, 47 C.F.R. § 2.106
90279SES-LIC-20150402-00188Transmissions between earth stations under call sign E150028 and the Inmarsat 5-F3 space station at the 179.6° E.L. orbital location are limited to the provision of maritime communications to U.S. flagged ships using the 19.7-20.2 GHz (space-to-Earth) and 29.5-30.0 GHz (Earth-to-space) frequency bands.
90280SES-LIC-20150402-00188The licensee is not authorized to provide any Direct-to Home (DTH), Direct Broadcast Satellite (DBS) or Digital Audio Service (DARS) to, from, or within the United States.
90281SES-LIC-20150402-00188The operation of the Inmarsat-5 F3 space station and associated earth stations must comport with (i) the applicable uplink limits in Section 25.138 in the frequency 29.5-30.0 GHz; and (ii) the applicable downlink limits in Section 25.138 in the frequency band 19.7-20.2 GHz. These limits cannot be exceeded unless the satellite operator coordinates any non-conforming operation with the operations of U.S. licensed GSO space stations within 6 degrees of 179.6° E.L. Non-conforming operations must also be coordinated with respect to operation of non-U.S. licensed space stations within 6 degrees of 179.6° E.L. when communicating with U.S.-licensed earth stations pursuant to Section 25.137 of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R. §25.137
90282SES-LIC-20150402-00188This grant is based upon the finding that Inmarsat is and will be subject to direct and effective regulation by the United Kingdom concerning orbital debris mitigation. Accordingly, Inmarsat's request for a waiver of Section 25.283(c) is unnecessary. This grant will remain effective only to the extent that launch and space operations are authorized by the United Kingdom Space Agency under the United Kingdom Outer Space Act.
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90283SES-LIC-20150402-00188Transmissions between earth stations under call sign E150028 and the Inmarsat-5 F3 space station must comply with existing and future coordination agreements reached between the United Kingdom and other Administrations, including the United Kingdom and the United States.
90284SES-MOD-20141030-00835This grant is without prejudice to enforcement action in connection with any unauthorized operation of radio facilities.
90285SES-LIC-20150402-00188Operations in international waters and in territorial waters of other countries must be in compliance with the applicable laws, regulations, and licensing procedures of other countries, as well as with the conditions of this authorization.
90286SES-MFS-20150923-00605Communications between ISAT US, Inc.'s ESAAs and Inmarsat-5 F2 and Inmarsat-5 F3 must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between the United Kingdom and other Administrations.
90287SES-MFS-20150923-00605This grant is based upon a finding that the Inmarsat 5-F2 and Inmarsat 5-F3 satellites are and will be subject to direct and effective regulation by the United Kingdom concerning orbital debris mitigation. This grant will remain effective only to the extent that launch and space operations continue to be authorized by the United Kingdom Space Agency under the United Kingdom Outer Space Act. See In the Matter of Inmarsat Mobile Networks, Inc., Order and Authorization and Declaratory Ruling, DA 15-392 (rel. March 30, 2015), IBFS File Nos. SES-LIC-20130426-00397, SES-AMD-20120823-00781, and SES- AMD-20150114-00008, and IBFS File Nos SES-LIC-20150402-00188 .
90288SES-MFS-20150923-00605The ESAAs are authorized, on a non-protected and non-harmful interference basis, to transmit to the following geostationary-orbit space stations: Inmarsat-5 F2 at 55° W.L. and Inmarsat-5 F3 at 179.6° W.L. using the 29.5-30.0 GHz frequency band. The aircraft earth stations authorized herein must immediately terminate operations upon notification that such operation is causing harmful interference to any other radio system lawfully operating in the 29.5-30.0 GHz frequency band. The aircraft earth stations authorized herein cannot claim protection from harmful interference from any radio system lawfully operating in the 29.5-30.0 GHz frequency band.
90289SES-MFS-20150923-00605The ESAAs are authorized, on a non-protected and non-harmful interference basis, to receive downlink transmissions from the following geostationary-orbit space stations: Inmarsat-5 F2 at 55° W.L. and Inmarsat-5 F3 at 179.6° W.L. in the 19.7-20.2 GHz frequency band. The aircraft earth station operation authorized herein must accept interference from any radio system lawfully operating in the 19.7-20.2 GHz frequency band.
90290SES-LIC-20150402-00188Inmarsat is granted U.S. market access to operate the Inmarsat-5 F3 satellite at the 179.6° E.L. orbital location in the 19.7-20.2 GHz and 29.5-30.0 GHz frequency bands.
90291 This earth station is not operating as a U.S. DBS (ITU BSS) station and that it did not coordinate to receive in the frequency band 12.2- 12.5 GHz; therefore, operation will be on an non-interference protected basis.
90292 Operations with Permitted List satellites shall be limited to center frequencies 5925-6425 MHz (Earth-to-space) and 3700-4200 MHz (space-to-Earth), and routine processing pursuant to 47 C.F.R. Section 25.212(d) for antennas: AOT-14 (9.3 meter), AOT-15 (9.3 meter), and AOT-18 (4.5 meter).
90293 Antenna IDs: M32 and M40 are authorized to communicate only with Viasat-1 (S2747) at orbital location 115.1 degrees W.L. on 28100-28350 MHz for the requested emission carriers at altitudes of 10,000 feet and above mean sea level.
90294 Operations shall comply with Section 25.213 of the Commission rules, 47 C.F.R. § 25.213.
90295 The licensee shall not operate in the band 14.0-14.2 GHz within 125 kilometers (km) of the NASA TDRSS facilities in Blossom Point, Maryland (latitude 38° 25' 44" N.L., longitude 77° 05' 02" W.L.), unless and until the licensee enters into an agreement with NASA that NTIA has approved. The licensee must conform its operation with the Commission within 30 days of execution.
90296 Limited only with Intelsat 805 (S2404) at 169° E.L. (191° W.L.) pursuant to the granted SAT-MOD-20151020-00072/SAT-AMD-201120-00077.
90297 This authorization SES-MOD-20151215-00939 is granted only for Antenna ID 2 to communicate with Eutelsat 172A (S2610) orbital location 188° W.L. in the 14.0-14.5 GHz (Earth-to-space) and 10.95-11.2 GHz, 11.45-11.7 GHz (space-to-Earth) frequency bands.
90298 Communications to the Permitted Space Station List from Antenna ID 1 is permitted only within the coordinated satellite arc 57° W.L.- 150° W.L. and coordinated power levels and emissions.
90299 20,000 AMS(R)S terminals are authorized for operation aboard U.S commercial aircraft, wherever located, and aboard non-U.S. commercial aircraft located in U.S. and over adjacent waters.
90300The Christian Broadcasting NetworkThe 13.75-14.0 GHz is only for communicating with Telsatr 12V (S2933) satellite.
90301SES-MFS-20160404-00304Transmissions between the Denali 20020, LLC (Denali) earth station, Call Sign E120043, and the Yamal 300K space station are limited to the provision of gateway services in the 10.95-11.7 GHz (space-to-Earth) and 14.0-14.5 GHz (Earth-to-space) frequency bands. This authorization is limited to the earth station call sign E120043 and does not permit Yamal 300K to operate with any other earth station in the United States. The Schedule S and other technical information for the Yamal 300K in IBFS File No. SES-MFS-20150609-00349, as amended by SES-AFS-20160107-00003, are incorporated by reference into this authorization.
90302 The Permitted List in this authorization as a point of communication is limited to communications in the 14.0-14.5 and 11.7-12.2 GHz bands.
90303 AeroSat HR6400, antenna ID AES1, is limited to the maximum input power spectral density of -15.45 dBW/4kHz, with worst case skew angle of -52 ° and elevation angle of 5°.
90304 Operation pursuant to this authorization must be in compliance with the terms of the licensee's coordination agreements with the National Science Foundation and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration pertaining to operation of ESAAs in the Ku-Band.
90305 When operating in international airspace within line-of-sight of the territory of a foreign administration where Fixed Service networks have a primary allocation in the 14.0-14.5 GHz band, an ESAA must not produce ground-level power flux density (pfd) in such territory in excess of the following values unless the foreign administration has imposed other conditions for protecting its FS stations: -132 + 0.5 x THETA dB(W/(m^2 MHz)) for THETA <= 40° ; -112 dB(W/(m^2 MHz)) for 40° < THETA <= 90°. Where: THETA is the angle of arrival of the radio-frequency wave in degrees above the horizontal, and the aforementioned limits relate to the pfd and angles of arrival that would be obtained under free space propagation conditions.
90306 Communications between Panasonic Avionics Corporation's ESAAs and the Estrela Do Sul 2 and Amazonas 2 space stations must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between Brazil and other Administrations.
90307 Communications between Panasonic Avionics Corporation's ESAAs and the Eutelsat 10A and Eutelsat 70B space stations must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between France and other Administrations.
90308 The ESAAs are authorized to receive downlink transmissions in the 11.7-12.2 GHz frequency band from the geostationary orbit space stations listed as a point of communication in Section D above subject to the particulars of operation and identified frequencies included in Section B above and the licensee's application. Reception is authorized on a primary basis as an application of the Fixed-Satellite Service pursuant to the allocation determinations and service rules in IB Docket No.12-376 (Docket Name: Revisions to Parts 2 and 25 of the Commission's Rules to Govern the Use of Earth Stations Aboard Aircraft Communicating with Fixed-Satellite Service Geostationary Orbit Space Stations Operating in the 10.95-11.2 GHz, 11.45-11.7 GHz, 11.7-12.2 GHz and 14.0-14.5 GHz Frequency Bands). Operations must be in accordance with the Federal Communications Commission's rules not waived herein, the technical specifications contained in licensee's application, and are subject to the other conditions listed in the authorization.
90309 The ESAAs are authorized to receive downlink transmissions in the 10.95-11.2 GHz and 11.45-11.7 GHz frequency band from the geostationary orbit space stations listed as a point of communication in Section D above subject to the particulars of operation and identified frequencies included in Section B above and the licensee's application. Reception is authorized on an unprotected basis as an application of the Fixed-Satellite Service pursuant to the allocation determinations and service rules in IB Docket No.12-376 (Docket Name: Revisions to Parts 2 and 25 of the Commission's Rules to Govern the Use of Earth Stations Aboard Aircraft Communicating with Fixed-Satellite Service Geostationary Orbit Space Stations Operating in the 10.95-11.2 GHz, 11.45-11.7 GHz, 11.7-12.2 GHz and 14.0-14.5 GHz Frequency Bands). Operations must be in accordance with the Federal Communications Commission's rules not waived herein, the technical specifications contained in licensee's application, and are subject to the other conditions listed in the authorization.
90310 For each ESAA transmitter, the licensee shall maintain records of the following data for each operating ESAA, a record of the aircraft location (i.e., latitude/longitude/altitude), transmit frequency, channel bandwidth and satellite used shall be time annotated and maintained for a period of not less than one year. Records shall be recorded at time intervals no greater than one (1) minute while the ESAA is transmitting. The ESAA operator shall make this data available, in the form of a comma delimited electronic spreadsheet, within 24 hours of a request from the Commission, NTIA, or a frequency coordinator for purposes of resolving harmful interference events. A description of the units (i.e., degrees, minutes, MHz ...) in which the records values are recorded will be supplied along with the records.
90311 The ESAAs are authorized to transmit in the 14.0-14.5 GHz frequency band to the geostationary orbit space stations listed as a point of communication in Section D above subject to the particulars of operation and identified frequencies included in Section B above and the licensee's application. Such transmissions are authorized on a primary basis as an application of the Fixed-Satellite Service pursuant to the allocation determinations and service rules in IB Docket No. 12-376 (Docket Name: Revisions to Parts 2 and 25 of the Commission's Rules to Govern the Use of Earth Stations Aboard Aircraft Communicating with Fixed-Satellite Service Geostationary Orbit Space Stations Operating in the 10.95-11.2 GHz, 11.45-11.7 GHz, 11.7-12.2 GHz and 14.0-14.5 GHz Frequency Bands). Operations must be in accordance with the Federal Communications Commission's rules not waived herein, the technical specifications contained in licensee's application, and are subject to the other conditions listed in the authorization.
90312 Reception of downlink transmissions is on a non-interference, non-protected basis from the following geostationary orbit space stations:, SES 6 (S2870) at 40.5° W.L. in the 11.2-11.45 GHz frequency band (limited to the downlink North Atlantic beam in IBFS File No. SES-MFS-20130930-00845), Eutelsat 172A (formerly GE-23) (Call Sign: S2610) at 172º E.L. in the 12.2-12.75 GHz frequency band; Eutelsat 10A at 10º E.L in the 12.5-12.75 GHz frequency band; Apstar 6 in the 12.25-12.75 GHz frequency band; Apstar 7 in the 12.50-12.75 GHz frequency band; Superbird C2 in the 12.2-12.75 GHz frequency band; Intelsat 15 in the 12.5-12.75 GHz frequency band; Eutelsat 70B at 70.5º E.L. in the 10.95-11-7 GHz and 12.5-12.75 GHz frequency band; Galaxy 16 (S2687) at the 99º W.L. in the 11.7-12.2 GHz frequency band; JCAT-5A at 132º E.L. in the 12.25-12.75 GHz frequency band; Yamal 401 at 90º E.L. in the 10.95-11.2 GHz, 11.45-11.7 GHz and 12.2-12.75 GHz frequency band; NSS-6 at 95º E.L. in the 11.45-11.7 GHz and 12.5-12.75 GHz frequency band; IS-29e (S2913) at 50.º W.L in the 10.95-11.7 GHz and 12.2-12.5 GHz frequency band; and Yamal 300K at 177º W.L. in the 10.95-11.2GHz and 11.45-11.7 GHz frequency band. When receiving transmissions from these satellites in these frequency bands, the ESAA operations authorized herein must accept interference from any authorized user of the band.
90313 Communications between Panasonic Avionics Corporation's ESAAs and the Anik F1 and Anik G1 space stations must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between Canada and other Administrations.
90314 This authorization is subject to an overall limit of 2050 remote terminals, of the types identified in Section A above, operating at one time.
90315 Communications between Panasonic Avionics Corporation's ESAAs and the Eutelsat 115WB and the Eutelsat 117WA space stations must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between Mexico and other Administrations.
90316 Communications between Panasonic Avionics Corporation's ESAAs and the Superbird C2 and JCSAT-5A space stations must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between Japan and other Administrations.
90317 Communications between Panasonic Avionics Corporation's ESAAs and the SES-6 and NSS-6 space stations must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between the Netherlands and other Administrations.
90318 Communications between Panasonic Avionics Corporation's ESAAs and the Apstar 6, Apstar 7, and Asiasat 5 space stations must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between China and other Administrations.
90319 Communications between Panasonic Avionics Corporation's ESAAs and the Yamal 300K and Yamal 401 space stations must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between Russia and other Administrations.
90320 Operation pursuant to this authorization must be in compliance with the terms of coordination agreements between the operators of the Eutelsat 172A, Eutelsat 10A, Estrela Do Sul 2, Intelsat 14, Telstar 11N, Anik F1, Galaxy-17, Amazonas 2, Anik G1, Apstar 6, Apstar 7, Asiasat 5, Intelsat 15, Eutelsat 117WA, SES-6, Superbird C2, Galaxy-17, Telstar 11N, Estrela do Sul 2, SES-6, Yamal 300K, Eutelsat 70B, Galaxy 16, JCSAT-5A, Yamal 401, and NSS-6 space stations and operators of other Ku-band geostationary space stations within six angular degrees of those space stations. In the event that another GSO fixed-satellite service space station commences operation in the 14.0-14.5 GHz band at a location within six degrees of any of these space stations, ESAAs operating pursuant to this authorization must cease transmitting to that space station unless and until such operation has been coordinated with the new space station's operator or Panasonic Avionics Corporation demonstrates that such operation will not cause harmful interference to the new co-frequency space station.
90321 The applicant's request for a waiver of Section 25.283(c) of the Commission's rules, 47 CFR § 25.283(c), is granted. Section 25.283(c) specifies that space stations must discharge all stored energy sources at end-of-life of the space station. Yamal 300K is an ISS Reshetnev Ekspress-1000NTA spacecraft that was launched on November 2, 2012. Applicant states that Yamal 300K has one tank, with a volume of 40 liters, containing nitrogen and hydrazine separated by an internal membrane. At satellite end of life the tank will retain 132.5 grams of nitrogen in a total tank volume of 39.3 liters. We grant a waiver of Section 25.283(c) with respect to this de minimis inert gas. The applicant also states that hydrazine will be depleted at end of life, with an estimated residual mass of 700 grams of hydrazine in a total tank volume of 0.7 liters. The applicant also states that, at end of life, two identical interconnected tanks will retain 1.08 kilograms of xenon in a total volume of 76 liters. We find that the measures described in the application for depletion of hydrazine and xenon are appropriate.
90322 The applicant's request for a waiver of Section 25.283(c) of the Commission's rules, 47 CFR § 25.283(c), is granted. Section 25.283(c) specifies that space stations must discharge all stored energy sources at end-of-life of the space station. Yamal 401 is an ISS Reshetnev Ekspress-2000A spacecraft that was launched on December 15, 2014. Applicant states that Yamal 401 has three tanks, each with a volume of 40 liters, and each containing nitrogen and hydrazine separated by an internal membrane. At satellite end of life the tanks will retain a total of 397.5 grams of nitrogen in total tank volume of 117.9 liters. We grant a waiver of Section 25.283(c) with respect to this de minimis inert gas. The applicant also states that hydrazine will be depleted at end of life, with an estimated residual mass in each tank of 700 grams remaining in 0.7 liters. The applicant also states that, at end of life, four identical interconnected tanks will retain 2.16 kilograms of xenon in a total volume of 152 liters, corresponding to the minimum operating pressure of the plasma thrusters. We find that the measures described in the application for depletion of hydrazine and xenon are appropriate.
90323 The applicant's request for a waiver of Section 25.283(c) of the Commission's rules, 47 CFR § 25.283(c), is granted. Section 25.283(c) specifies that space stations must discharge all stored energy sources at end-of-life of the space station. NSS-6 is a Lockheed-Martin A2100AXS spacecraft that was launched on December 17, 2002, before the rule was adopted. Applicant states that shortly following orbital insertion, the oxidizer tanks were permanently sealed by firing a pyrotechnic valve. Applicant states that there are 25.5 kilograms of oxidizer in a total tank volume of 655 liters, and 3.53 kilograms of helium pressurant in the same 655-liter tank volume. Compliance with Section 25.283(c) is not achievable except through direct retrieval of spacecraft. The information submitted is not sufficient to support a finding that the underlying purpose of Section 25.283(c) would be served.
90324 The applicant's request for a waiver of Section 25.283(c) of the Commission's rules, 47 CFR § 25.283(c), is granted. Section 25.283(c) specifies that space stations must discharge all stored energy sources at end-of-life of the space station. Eutelsat 70B is an EADS Astrium Eurostar E-3000 spacecraft that was launched on December 3, 2012. Applicant states that Eutelsat 70B's helium tank was sealed following the launch and early orbit phase of satellite operations and cannot be further discharged. Applicant states that the sealed helium tank will retain a total mass of 1270 grams of helium at end of life, in a tank volume of 178 liters. We grant a waiver of the Section 25.283(c) with respect this de minimis inert gas. The applicant also provides information concerning its chemical propulsion system, which will be depleted at the satellite's end of life. Applicant states that, following raising of the satellite to a disposal altitude, it is expected that two tanks, each with a volume of 650 liters, will each hold 4590 grams of NTO and 1150 grams of helium, and two other tanks, also each with a volume of 650 liters, will each hold 1890 grams of MMH and 1150 grams of helium. NTO lines with a volume of 1.6 liters will also hold 2330 grams, and MMH lines with a volume of 1.58 liters will also hold 1400 grams. At that point, Eutelsat will undertake additional passivation activities that will expel some of these residual materials. These activities include reducing tank pressures during the passivation process to 1 bar. We find that the measures described in the application for depletion of propellants are appropriate.
90325 The applicant's request for a waiver of Section 25.283(c) of the Commission's rules, 47 CFR § 25.283(c), is granted. Section 25.283(c) specifies that space stations must discharge all stored energy sources at end-of-life of the space station. Superbird C2 is a Mitsubishi Electric Corp. DS2000 model spacecraft that was launched on August 15, 2008. Applicant states that Superbird C2's two identical helium tanks were sealed immediately following the last orbit-raising maneuver during the launch phase for the satellite and cannot be further discharged. Applicant states that the sealed helium tanks will retain a total mass of approximately 640 grams of helium at end of life, with each tank volume being 81.39 liters. We grant a waiver of the Section 25.283(c) with respect this de minimis inert gas.
90326 The applicant's request for a waiver of Section 25.283(c) of the Commission's rules, 47 CFR § 25.283(c), is granted. Section 25.283(c) specifies that space stations must discharge all stored energy sources at end-of-life of the space station. Apstar 7 is a Thales Alenia Space Spacebus-4000C2 model spacecraft that was launched on March 31, 2012. Applicant states that Apstar 7's two identical helium tanks were sealed immediately following the last orbit-raising maneuver during the launch phase for the satellite and cannot be further discharged. Applicant states that the sealed helium tanks will retain a total mass of approximately 2100 grams of helium at end of life, with each tank volume being 91 liters. We grant a waiver of the Section 25.283(c) with respect this de minimis inert gas.
90327 Yamal 300K has previously been granted U.S. market access in IBFS File No. SES-MFS-20160404-00304. Operations under this authorization are limited to ESAA terminals. Gateway operations have been addressed in IBFS File No. SES-MFS-20160404-00304.
90328 The Ka-band Plan provides that GSO FSS and NGSO FSS systems will be permitted to operate on a non-interference basis to LMDS in the 27.5-28.35 GHz frequency band for the purpose of providing limited gateway-type services. RigNet characterizes its Orbit-2.2 earth station as "gateway-type" and claims it has secondary status in the band. RigNet Narrative at 6. We disagree that Rignet's earth station is a gateway type service. See Amendment of Parts 2, 25 of the Commission's Rules to Permit Operation of NGSO FSS Systems Co-Frequency with GSO and Terrestrial Systems in the Ku-band, ET Docket No. 98-206, 18 FCC Rcd 2324, 2328 (2003), and Letter to Suzanne Malloy, O3b Limited, DA 16-99 (Feb. 1, 2016) at n. 12. Consequently, RigNet's operation of the Orbit-2.2 earth station has no status in this band.
90329 The RigNet Orbit-2.2 earth station's communications with a O3b's NGSO FSS satellite system in the 27.6-28.4 GHz band is on non-interference basis. Rignet shall not cause harmful interference to any Federal or non-Federal station authorized to operate on a primary basis in the 27.5-28.35 GHz frequency band, must accept any interference from these systems, and must terminate operations immediately upon notification of harmful interference.
90330 This authorization is limited to the Orbit-2.2 earth station on the Shenzi Platform (E160083).
90331 Antenna ID CM11-12 is allowed to communicate with Telstar 12V, (S2933), on 13.75-14.00 GHz (Earth-to-space), 10.95-11.2 GHz and 11.54-12.2 GHz (space-to-Earth).
90332 Antenna ID 2.4C operates based on the previously license SES-LIC-20140312-00135.
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90333 The Commission has not adopted technical rules governing ESAA operations in the 28.1-28.35 GHz frequency band, which is allocated to LMDS on a primary basis. We grant waivers of the U.S. Table of Frequency Allocations, the Commission's Ka-band plan, and footnote 2 to the table in 47 C.F.R. § 25.202 to authorize the operation of ESAA Antenna IDs M32 and M40 in this frequency band. Operations of ESAA Antenna IDs M32 and M40 in the 28.1-28.35 frequency band are secondary to fixed and mobile operations and must be conducted on a non-interference basis and must cease in the event of harmful interference. Operations of ESAAs in the 28.1-28.35 frequency band are subject to any future decisions the Commission may take about operations in this band. Waiver is based on the public interest in providing broadband services to passengers aboard aircraft. Because the waiver is conditioned on operations on an unprotected and non-interference basis solely at altitudes above 10,000 feet of mean sea level, the underlying purpose of the rules in protecting primary terrestrial spectrum users from interference is not undermined by grant of this waiver.
90334 Waiver of the Table of Frequency Allocation, Section 2.106 of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R. § 2.106, is granted for space-to-Earth operations, on an unprotected, non-interference basis, in the 12.25-12.75 GHz frequency band from Intelsat 19 in ITU Region 2, including portions of U.S. airspace. Reception of downlink transmissions by Gogo LLC's ESAA’s pursuant to grant of Gogo LLC's waiver request is limited to the antenna beam patterns provided in IBFS File No. SAT-MOD-20120628-00107.
90335 Communications between Gogo LLC's ESAAs and the Eutelsat 115 West B and Eutelsat 117 West A space stations must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between Mexico and other Administrations.
90336 Reception of downlink transmissions is on a non-interference, non-protected basis from the following geostationary orbit space stations: SES-4 (Call Sign S2828) at 22° W.L., Telstar 11N (Call Sign S2357) at 37.55° W.L., Yamal 300K at 183° E.L., and Yamal 401 at 90° E.L. in the 12.5-12.75 GHz frequency band; Intelsat 19 (Call Sign S2850) at 166° E.L., Intelsat 18 (Call Sign S2817) at 180° E.L., JCSAT-2B at 154° E.L., JCSAT-5A at 132° E.L., and AsiaSat 7 at 105.5° E.L. in the 12.25-12.75 GHz frequency band; Intelsat 22 (Call Sign S2846) at 72.1° E.L. in the 12.25-12.5 GHz frequency band; and Eutelsat 172A (formerly GE-23) (Call Sign S2610) at 172.0° E.L. and Apstar V at 138.0° E.L. in the 12.2-12.75 GHz frequency band. When receiving transmissions from these satellites in these frequency bands, the aircraft earth station operations authorized herein must accept interference from any radio station operating in conformance with the U.S. Table of Frequency Allocations.
90337 Operation pursuant to this authorization must be in compliance with the terms of coordination agreements between the operators of the AMC-1, Eutelsat 172A, Eutelsat 115 WB, Eutelsat 117 WA, Galaxy 17, JCSAT-2B, JCSAT-5A, Intelsat 14, Intelsat 18, Intelsat 21, Intelsat 22, Intelsat 19, Intelsat 904, SES-1, SES-4, SES-6, Telstar 11N, Yamal 300K, Yamal 401, AsiaSat 7, and Apstar V space stations and operators of other Ku-band geostationary space stations within six angular degrees of those space stations. In the event that another GSO Fixed-Satellite Service space station commences operation in the 14.0-14.5 GHz band at a location within six degrees of any of these space stations, aircraft earth stations operating pursuant to this authorization must cease transmitting to that space station unless and until such operation has been coordinated with the new space station's operator or Gogo LLC demonstrates that such operation will not cause harmful interference to the new co-frequency space station.
90338 Communications between Gogo LLC's ESAAs and the Apstar V and AsiaSat 7 space stations must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between China and other Administrations.
90339 Communications between Gogo LLC’s ESAAs and the JCSAT-2B and JCSAT-5A space stations must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between Japan and other Administrations.
90340 Communications between Gogo LLC’s ESAAs and the Yamal 300K and Yamal 401 space stations must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between Russia and other Administrations.
90341 The applicant's request for a waiver of Section 25.283(c) of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R. § 25.283(c), is granted. Section 25.283(c) specifies that space stations must discharge all stored energy sources at end-of-life of the space station. JCSAT-2B is a Space Systems/Loral 1300 model spacecraft that was launched on May 6, 2016. Applicant states that JCSAT-2B's two identical interconnected helium tanks will be vented as a part of the retirement procedures for this spacecraft, but a pressure regulator will prevent complete expulsion of the helium in the tanks by cutting off the flow of helium after the 400 psia minimum inlet pressure of the regulator is reached. Applicant states that the helium tanks will retain a total mass of approximately 440 grams of helium at end of life, with each tank volume being 49 liters. We grant a waiver of the Section 25.283(c) with respect this de minimis inert gas.
90342 The applicant's request for a waiver of Section 25.283(c) of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R. § 25.283(c), is granted. Section 25.283(c) specifies that space stations must discharge all stored energy sources at end-of-life of the space station. AsiaSat 7 is a Space Systems/Loral 1300 model spacecraft that was launched on November 26, 2011. Applicant states that AsiaSat 7's two identical interconnected helium tanks will be vented as a part of the retirement procedures for this spacecraft, but a pressure regulator will prevent complete expulsion of the helium in the tanks by cutting off the flow of helium after the 400 psia minimum inlet pressure of the regulator is reached. Applicant states that the helium tanks will retain a total mass of approximately 440 grams of helium at end of life, with each tank volume being 49 liters. We grant a waiver of the Section 25.283(c) with respect this de minimis inert gas.
90343 This grant does not authorize communications between the JCSAT-2B space station and the gateway earth station located in Kapolei, Hawaii (Call Sign E010236). Those communications may not commence until the JCSAT-2B space station has been granted access to the U.S. market by modification of the gateway earth station authorization (Call Sign E010236).
90344 Communications between Gogo LLC's ESAAs and the SES-4 and SES-6 space stations must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between the Netherlands and other Administrations.
90345SES-MFS-20160404-00304Use of the bands 10.7-11.7 GHz (space-to-Earth) by geostationary satellites in the fixed-satellite service (FSS) is limited to international systems, i.e., other than domestic systems. In the sub-bands 10.95-11.2 GHz and 11.45-11.7 GHz, Earth Stations Aboard Aircraft (ESAAs), as regulated under 47 CFR Part 25, are authorized for the reception of FSS emissions from geostationary satellites, subject to the condition that these earth stations shall not claim protection from transmissions of non-Federal stations in the fixed service.
90346Yamal 300K 210 waiverApplicant's request for a waiver of Section 25.210(f) of the Commission's rules is GRANTED, as conditioned. Section 25.210(f) requires that space stations operating in the Fixed-Satellite Service in certain frequency bands, including 10.7-12.7 GHz and 13.75-14.5 GHz bands, employ full frequency reuse. 47 C.F.R. § 25.210(f). This requirement is part of the Commission's two-degree spacing policy, and the purpose is to ensure that scarce orbit and spectrum resources are used efficiently and to encourage the deployment of technologically innovative satellites. The Commission has waived this requirement where doing so would allow satellite capacity that would otherwise lay dormant to be used to provide service. Yamal 300K is in-orbit and will operate from the 177° W.L. orbital location regardless of whether we permit it to provide service in the United States. Yamal 300K is capable of full-frequency use on some, but not all, of the frequency bands requested for operations with the United States. We find that preventing Yamal 300K from offering its capacity in the United States would preclude the provision of Ku-band service in the U.S. from this orbit location, and it is in the public interest to grant a limited waiver of the full frequency reuse requirement for the 10.95-11.2 GHz and 14.0-14.25 GHz frequency bands. Limited waiver is granted subject to the condition that no compliant satellite is offering service to the United States in the 10.95-11.2 GHz and 14.0-14.25 GHz frequencies at that orbital location.
90347Yamal 300k incroporation reference for GoGoThe Schedule S and other technical information for the Yamal 300K space station in IBFS File No. SES-MFS-20150609-00349, as amended by SES-AFS-20160107-00003, are incorporated by reference into this authorization.
90348 SES-15's operations in the 27.5-28.35 GHz frequency band is on a secondary basis. This band is designated on a primary basis to the Local Multipoint Distribution Service (LMDS). Accordingly, SES must not cause harmful interference to LMDS stations authorized in the 27.5-28.35 GHz frequency band, and must immediately cease operations upon notification of such harmful interference.
90349 The operations of SES-15 to and from the United States and associated earth stations must comport with the applicable limits in 47 C.F.R. §§ 25.138 of the Commission's rules, unless SES coordinates any non-conforming operations with the operations of U.S.-licensed geostationary orbit space stations within 6 degrees of the 129.15° W.L. orbital location.
90350 Earth station operators in the United States seeking access to SES-15 for direct-to-home services may do so only after obtaining an earth station license that includes authority to receive direct-to-home services via the SES-15 space station, or after modifying an existing earth station license to include authority to provide direct-to-home services via the SES-15 space station.
90351 The 29.25-29.5 GHz band is designated for uplinks for FSS systems using geostationary satellites and for feeder uplinks for Mobile Satellite Systems using non-geostationary orbit satellites on a co-primary basis. SES-15's operations in the 29.25-29.5 GHz band must comply with Section 25.258 of the Commission's rules. 47 C.F.R. § 25.258.
90352 HNS License Sub, LLC use of the 27.85-28.35 GHz frequency band (Earth-to-space) in the United States is on a secondary basis for gateway earth station operations only. This band is designated on a primary basis to the Local Multipoint Distribution Service (LMDS). See Rulemaking to Amend Parts 1, 2,21, and 25 of the Commission's Rules to Redesignate the 27.5- 29.5 GHz Frequency Band, to Reallocate the 29.5-30.0 GHz Frequency Band, to Establish Rules and Policies for Local Multipoint Distribution Service and for Fixed Satellite Services, Third Report and Order, FCC 97-378, 12 FCC Rcd 22310 (1997). Accordingly, HNS License Sub, LLC operations must be on an unprotected, non-harmful interference basis relative to LMDS, in accordance with 47 C.F.R. § 2.l05(c)(2). HNS License Sub, LLC shall not cause harmful interference to, nor claim protection from, authorized LMDS stations in the 27.85-28.35 GHz frequency band that are presently assigned, or that may be assigned these frequencies in the future. Further, HNS License Sub, LLC must terminate operations immediately upon notification of such interference. In addition, HNS License Sub, LLC may not claim protection from interference from LMDS stations authorized to operate in this band.
90353 Operations with the Telstar 19 V (S2955) satellite are authorized upon grant of SAT-PPL-20160225-00020.
90354US334 Coordination Agreement to operate with Inmarsat 5F3 on 17.7-20.2 GHz frequency band.Operations shall be in accordance with the US334 Coordination Agreement between the operators of Inmarsat-5 F3 satellite and US Government satellites operating in the 17.7-20.2 GHz frequency band.
90355 Operations shall be in accordance with the US334 Coordination Agreement between the operators of Inmarsat-5 F2 satellite and US Government satellites operating in the 17.7-20.2 GHz frequency band.
90356 This authorization is limited to antenna ID 2, Vertex RSI model 8.1m KPK to communicate with JCSAT-2B at orbital location 154 degrees E.L. in the 14.0-14.5 GHz (Earth-to-space) frequency band and 11.7-12.2 GHz (space-to-Earth) frequency band.
90357 Transmissions between the Hawaii Pacific Teleport, L.P. Kapolei, Hawaii earth station, Call Sign E010236, and the JCSAT-2B space station, at the 154° E.L. orbital location, are limited to the provision of gateway services in the 11.7-12.2 GHz (space-to-Earth) and 14.0-14.5 GHz (Earth-to-space) frequency bands. This authorization is limited to the earth station call sign E010236 and does not permit JCSAT-2B to operate with any other earth station in the United States.
90358 Communications between the Kapolei, Hawaii earth station (Call Sign E010236) and the JCSAT-2B space station shall comply with all coordination agreements reached between Japan and other Administrations.
90359 Transmissions between the United Teleports Inc. Port St. Lucie, Florida earth station, Call Sign E160081, and the Eutelsat 65 West A space station, at the 65.2° W.L. orbital location, are limited to the provision of gateway services in the 12.75-13.25 GHz (Earth-to-space) frequency band to support international services. This authorization is limited to the earth station call sign E160081 and does not permit Eutelsat 65 West A to operate with any other earth station in the United States. Eutelsat 65 West A will be capable of operating in other frequency bands, but its authority to operate with earth station call sign E160081 is limited to the uplink band specified.
90360 Operations between the Port St. Lucie, Florida earth station (Call Sign E160081) and the Eutelsat 65 West A space station shall comply with all coordination agreements reached between Brazil and other Administrations.
90361 For communications with AMC-1 only.
90362 For communications with EUTELSAT 115WB only.
90363 The ASTRA 3A @ 86.85° W.L. as an authorized Point of Communication is for TT&C only.
90364O3b Limited, SES Americom Inc., and ViaSat Inc. Archived 1/19/2017. See condition 900401 ad 900402Any transmissions in the 27.5-28.35 GHz (Earth-to-space) frequency band are on a secondary basis with respect to LMDS until the provisions adopted in FCC 16-89 go into force. After that, this earth station is considered grandfathered in this band pursuant to 47 CFR § 25.136(a)(2) or (a)(3).
90365Archived 1/19/2017Reception of downlink transmissions is on a non-interference, non-protected basis from the following geostationary orbit space stations: Eutelsat 7A at 7.0° E.L., Eutelsat 172A (formerly GE-23) (Call Sign S2610) at 172.0° E.L. and Superbird C2 at 144.0° E.L. in the 12.2-12.75 GHz frequency band. When receiving transmissions from these satellites in this frequency band, the ESAA operations authorized herein must accept interference from any radio station operating in conformance with the U.S. Table of Frequency Allocations. Operations in the band were not requested with any other satellites.
90366 Operation pursuant to this authorization must be in compliance with the terms of coordination agreements between the operators of the AMC-15, Eutelsat 36B (formerly Eutelsat W7), Eutelsat 7A, Eutelsat 172A (formerly GE-23), Intelsat 907, SES-1, Superbird C2, Telstar 11N, E113WA (formerly SatMex 6), Galaxy 17, and Galaxy 28 space stations and operators of other Ku-band geostationary space stations within six angular degrees of those space stations. In the event that another GSO Fixed-Satellite Service space station commences operation in the 14.0-14.5 GHz band at a location within six degrees of any of these space stations, ESAAs operating pursuant to this authorization must cease transmitting to that space station unless and until such operation has been coordinated with the new space station's operator or The Boeing Company demonstrates that such operation will not cause harmful interference to the new co-frequency space station.
90367 Communications between The Boeing Company's ESAAs and the E116WA (formerly Satmex 6) space station must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between Mexico and other Administrations.
90368 Communications between The Boeing Company's ESAAs and the Eutelsat 36B (formerly Eutelsat W7) and the Eutelsat 7A space stations must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between France and other Administrations
90369 The Boeing Company's ESAAs shall not receive downlinks from Eutelsat 172A (Call Sign S2610) at 172° E.L. in the 12.2-12.75 GHz frequency band in U.S. airspace, including airspace over U.S. territorial waters. Eutelsat 172A (formerly GE-23 and AMC-23) is not authorized to provide downlink services into the United States and its Possessions in those frequencies. (IBFS File No. SAT-LOA-20031218-00353).
90370Applies only to SES-LIC-20160722-00673Applicant must coordinate this earth station with the Inmarsat Inc. Inmarsat-5 F2 and F3 satellite operator prior to commencing operations at this station.
90371 The authorization SES-MFS-20160712-00636 is limited to 5850.5 MHz , 5853.0 MHz, 6422 MHz, or 6424.5 MHz ( Earth-to-space) to conduct command and ranging functions; and 3701.25 MHz, 3701.75 MHz, 3702.25 MHz, or 3702.75 MHz (space-to-Earth) for telemetry/tracking only as authorized by the associated Intelsat 29e SAT-LOA-20130722-00097.
90372 The 6628.27-6650.27 MHz and 6679.42-6701.42 MHz (Earth-to-space) frequency bands, and the 1165.45-1187.45 MHz and 1564.42-1586.42 MHz (space-to-Earth) frequency bands are for communications with the SES-15 spacecraft at 129.15 deg. W.L (Call Sign S2951)only. In addition, the earth station may receive a beacon signal from the SES-15 space station at 3700.2 MHz.
90373 The operation with Permitted List shall be limited to the 5925-6425 MHz (Earth-to-space) and 3700-4200 MHz frequency bands (space-to-Earth).
90374 WAAS communications with the SES-15 space station operating at the 129.15° W.L. orbital location are authorized based upon and subject to the conditions, waivers, and findings specified for Call Sign S2951.
90375 In accordance with FCC Order and Authorization DA 17-80 Higher Ground is granted a blanket license to operate up to 50,000 SatPaq terminals communicating with the Galaxy 3-C (Call Sign S2381) at 95.05° W.L., Galaxy 12 (Call Sign S2422) at 129.0º W.L., and Galaxy 19 (Call Sign S2647) at 97.0° W.L subject to the following parameters for emissions in the Earth-to-space direction: Emission: 8M00G1D Max EIRP/Carrier: 9 dBW Max EIRP Density/Carrier: -24 dBW/4 kHz No more than 100 SatPaq terminals may transmit concurrently within any 8 MHz band, consistent with 47 CFR § 25.218(d).) Emission: 4M00G1D Max EIRP/Carrier: 9 dBW Max EIRP Density/Carrier: -21 dBW/4 kHz No more than 50 SatPaq terminals may transmit concurrently within any 4 MHz band, consistent with 47 CFR § 25.218(d).
90376 Higher Ground may only deploy a maximum of 5,000 new SatPaq terminals each quarter during the first year following authorization. Thereafter, Higher Ground may deploy additional terminals up to the 50,000 total authorized number, but is required to notify the Commission when it has deployed: (1) 30,000 terminals, (2) 40,000 terminals, and (3) 50,000 terminals.
90377 Higher Ground operations must not cause harmful interference to any current or future authorized station operating in compliance with the Table of Frequency Allocations in the 3700-4200 MHz (space-to-Earth) and 5925-6425 MHz band (Earth-to-space) bands (see 47 CFR § 2.106), and must accept interference caused by current and future authorized stations in these bands. Higher Ground must immediately cease operation of its SatPaq terminals upon notification of such harmful interference from its operations.
90378 Higher Ground must maintain a 24/7 point-of-contact with capability to remotely control and shut down SatPaq terminal operations, and remedy any interference problems or terminate operations. The Commission may suspend or terminate deployment authority at any time if it finds that the Higher Ground system causes unresolved harmful interference to protected users of the band.
90379 Higher Ground must respond promptly to requests for information, coordination and interference resolution by the Commission and other authorized operators in these bands, and must cooperate in good faith with efforts to identify and resolve interference.
90380 Higher Ground's automated coordination system must log the date, time, location, frequency, and satellite point of communication of each SatPaq terminal transmission. This log of each transmission must be maintained for a period of not less than one year. Higher Ground must make this coordination data available to any FS operator, FSS operator, or the Commission, upon request.
90381 Higher Ground SatPaq terminals must request reauthorization from the automated coordination system upon a change in coordinates of more than 1 second in latitude or longitude.
90382 Higher Ground must maintain a log recording all incidents of alleged harmful radio interference. The log must document the nature of each incident, the parties involved, and the outcome. The log must be maintained for a five year period after each incident, and must be made available to the Commission upon request.
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90383 Higher Ground must submit to the Commission an annual report indicating the number of SatPaq terminals actually brought into service under its blanket licensing authority. The first of these reports is due one year after the date of grant and these reports are required upon deployment of 30,000, 40,000 and 50,000 SatPaqs, or annually until the 50,000 authorized SatPaqs have been deployed.
90384 Higher Ground must continue to update daily its Channel Master database of C-band FS operations, including the database embedded in the SatPaq terminals, from the Commission's Universal Licensing System (ULS) database. In the event of an outage of the ULS database, Higher Ground must update its database promptly once the ULS database is back on-line. If Higher Ground's Channel Master database is not updated accordingly, the devices may not transmit except on the non-interfering hailing frequency.
90385 Higher Ground must promptly report to the Commission any changes in its Channel Master automated coordination system software algorithm or assumptions that impact the interference threshold or calculated interference level to FS systems.
90386 Higher Ground's automated coordination methods must adapt to any changes in configuration to the Commission's current ULS database or any future applicable database adopted by the Commission. Higher Ground's automated coordination methods must also comply with any applicable future automated coordination system best practices and any applicable rules adopted by the Commission.
90387 Reception of downlink transmissions is on a non-interference, non-protected basis from the following geostationary orbit space stations:, Eutelsat 172A (formerly GE-23) (Call Sign: S2610) at 172º E.L. in the 10.95-11.2GHz, 11.45-11.7 GHz, and 12.2-12.75 GHz frequency band; Eutelsat 10A at 10º E.L in the 12.5-12.75 GHz frequency band; Apstar 6 at 134.0º E.L. in the 10.7-11.7, and 12.2-12.75 GHz frequency band; Apstar 7 at 76.5º E.L. in the 11.45-11.7 GHz frequency band; Asiasat 5 in the 11.45-11.7 frequency band; Superbird C2 in the 12.2-12.75 GHz frequency band; Intelsat 14 (Call Sign S2785) at 45º W.L. in the 11.45-11.7 GHz frequency band; Intelsat 15 (Call Sign S2789) at 85.0º E.L. in the 12.5-12.75 GHz frequency band; Eutelsat 70B at 70.5º E.L. in the 10.95-11.7 GHz and 12.5-12.75 GHz frequency band; JCAT-5A at 132º E.L. in the 12.25-12.75 GHz frequency band; Yamal 401 at 90º E.L. in the 10.95-11.2 GHz, 11.45-11.7 GHz and 12.2-12.75 GHz frequency band; NSS-6 at 95º E.L. in the 11.45-11.7 GHz and 12.5-12.75 GHz frequency band; IS-29e (Call Sign S2913) at 50.º W.L in the 10.95-11.7 GHz frequency band; Telstar 11N (Call Sign S2357) at 37.5° W.L. in the 10.95-11.2 and 12.5-12.75 GHz frequency band; Telstar 12V (Call Sign S2933) at 15.0° W.L. in the 10.95-11.2, and 11.45-11.7 and, Yamal 300K at 183.0º E.L. in the 10.95-11.2 GHz and 11.45-11.7 GHz frequency band. When receiving transmissions from these satellites in these frequency bands, the ESAA operations authorized herein must accept interference from any authorized user of the band.
90388 The licensee shall not operate in the band 14.0-14.2 GHz within 125 km of the NASA TDRSS facilities on Guam (latitude 13°36'55" N, longitude 144°51'22" E), White Sands, New Mexico (latitude 32°20'59" N, longitude 106°36'31" W and latitude 32°32'40" N, longitude 106°36'48" W), and Blossom Point, Maryland (latitude 38° 25' 44" N.L., longitude 77° 05' 02" W.L.), unless and until the licensee enters into an agreement with NASA that NTIA has approved. The licensee must conform its operations to the terms of any coordination agreement with the NASA and must file a copy of the agreement with the Commission within 30 days of execution.
90389 Communications between ESAAs and the Anik G1 space station must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between Canada and other Administrations.
90390 Communications between ESAAs and the Superbird C2 and JCSAT-5A space stations must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between Japan and other Administrations.
90391 Communications between ESAAs and the NSS-6 and Yamal 300K space stations must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between the Netherlands and other Administrations.
90392 Communications between ESAAs and the Apstar 6, Apstar 7, and Asiasat 5 space stations must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between China and other Administrations.
90393 Communications between ESAAs and the Yamal 401 space station must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between Russia and other Administrations.
90394 Communications between ESAAs and the Eutelsat 10A and Eutelsat 70B space stations must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between France and other Administrations.
90395 Operation pursuant to this authorization must be in compliance with the terms of coordination agreements between the operators of the Eutelsat 172A, Eutelsat 10A, Eutelsat 70B, Intelsat 14, Intelsat 29e, Anik G1, Apstar 6, Apstar 7, Asiasat 5, Intelsat 15, Eutelsat 117WA, Eutelsat 115WB, Superbird C2, Telstar 11N, Telstar 12V, Yamal 300K, JCSAT-5A, Yamal 401, and NSS-6 space stations and operators of other Ku-band geostationary space stations within six angular degrees of those space stations. In the event that another GSO fixed-satellite service space station commences operation in the 14.0-14.5 GHz band at a location within six degrees of any of these space stations, ESAAs operating pursuant to this authorization must cease transmitting to that space station unless and until such operation has been coordinated with the new space station's operator or Panasonic Avionics Corporation demonstrates that such operation will not cause harmful interference to the new co-frequency space station.
90396NG 52 waiverWaiver of footnote NG52 to the U.S. Table of Frequency Allocations, 47 C.F.R. Section 2.106, NG52, to use the 10.95-11.7 GHz (space-to-Earth) frequency band to receive signals in the United States on an unprotected basis from terrestrial stations is granted. This grant is limited to reception from those Permitted List satellites authorized to offer domestic services in the 10.7-11.7 GHz band via waiver of footnote NG52, and operations in this band are subject to the conditions, waivers, and findings specified in each space station authorization.
900387AC BidCo LLC-(SES-MFS-20160824-00738)Waiver of the Table of Frequency Allocation, Section 2.106 of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R. § 2.106, is granted for space-to-Earth operations, on an unprotected, non-interference basis, in the 12.25-12.75 GHz frequency band from Intelsat 19 in ITU Region 2, including portions of U.S. airspace. Reception of downlink transmissions by the ESAAs pursuant to grant of the licensee's waiver request is limited to the antenna beam patterns provided in IBFS File No. SAT-MOD-20120628-00107.
900388AC BidCo LLC-(SES-MFS-20160824-00738)Communications between the ESAAs and the Eutelsat 115 West B and Eutelsat 117 West A space stations must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between Mexico and other Administrations.
900389AC BidCo LLC-(SES-MFS-20160824-00738)Reception of downlink transmissions is on a non-interference, non-protected basis from the following geostationary orbit space stations: Intelsat 29e (Call Sign S2913) at 50.0° W.L. in the 11.2-11.45 GHz frequency band; SES-4 (Call Sign S2828) at 22° W.L., Telstar 11N (Call Sign S2357) at 37.55° W.L., Yamal 300K at 183° E.L., Yamal 401 at 90° E.L., and Intelsat 20 (Call Sign S2847) at 68.5° E.L. in the 12.5-12.75 GHz frequency band; Intelsat 33e (Call Sign S2939) at 60.0° E.L. in the 12.5-12.6 GHz frequency band; Intelsat 19 (Call Sign S2850) at 166° E.L., Intelsat 18 (Call Sign S2817) at 180° E.L., JCSAT-2B at 154° E.L., JCSAT-5A at 132° E.L., and AsiaSat 7 at 105.5° E.L. in the 12.25-12.75 GHz frequency band; Intelsat 22 (Call Sign S2846) at 72.1° E.L. in the 12.25-12.5 GHz frequency band; and Eutelsat 172A (formerly GE-23) (Call Sign S2610) at 172.0° E.L., Apstar V at 138.0° E.L. and ASTRA 4A at 4.8° E.L. in the 12.2-12.75 GHz frequency band. When receiving transmissions from these satellites in these frequency bands, the aircraft earth station operations authorized herein must accept interference from any radio station operating in conformance with the U.S. Table of Frequency Allocations.
900390AC BidCo LLC-(SES-MFS-20160824-00738)Operation pursuant to this authorization must be in compliance with the terms of coordination agreements between the operators of the AMC-1, AMC-3, AMC-21, Eutelsat 172A, Eutelsat 115 WB, Eutelsat 117 WA, Galaxy 17, JCSAT-2B, JCSAT-5A, Intelsat 14, Intelsat 18, Intelsat 20, Intelsat 21, Intelsat 22, Intelsat 19, Intelsat 29e, Intelsat 33e, Intelsat 904, Intelsat 907, SES-1, SES-4, SES-6, Telstar 11N, Yamal 300K, Yamal 401, AsiaSat 7, ASTRA 4A, and Apstar V space stations and operators of other Ku-band geostationary space stations within six angular degrees of those space stations. In the event that another GSO Fixed-Satellite Service space station commences operation in the 14.0-14.5 GHz band at a location within six degrees of any of these space stations, aircraft earth stations operating pursuant to this authorization must cease transmitting to that space station unless and until such operation has been coordinated with the new space station's operator or the licensee demonstrates that such operation will not cause harmful interference to the new co-frequency space station.
900391AC BidCo LLC-(SES-MFS-20160824-00738)Communications between the ESAAs and the Apstar V and AsiaSat 7 space stations must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between China and other Administrations.
900392AC BidCo LLC-(SES-MFS-20160824-00738)Communications between the ESAAs and the JCSAT-2B and JCSAT-5A space stations must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between Japan and other Administrations.
900393AC BidCo LLC-(SES-MFS-20160824-00738)Communications between the ESAAs and the Yamal 300K and Yamal 401 space stations must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between Russia and other Administrations.
900394AC BidCo LLC-(SES-MFS-20160824-00738)Communications between the ESAAs and the ASTRA 4A space station must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between Sweden and other Administrations.
900395AC BidCo LLC-(SES-MFS-20160824-00738)Communications between the ESAAs and the AMC-21 space station must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between the United Kingdom (Gibraltar) and other Administrations.
900396AC BidCo LLC-(SES-MFS-20160824-00738)Communications between the ESAAs and the SES-4 and SES-6 space stations must be in compliance with all existing and future space station coordination agreements reached between the Netherlands and other Administrations.
900397AC BidCo LLC-(SES-MFS-20160824-00738)Waiver of the Table of Frequency Allocation, Section 2.106 and Footnote NG52 of the Commission's rules, 47 C.F.R. § 2.106, NG52, is granted for space-to-Earth ESAA operations, on an unprotected, non-interference basis, in the 11.2-11.45 GHz frequency band from Intelsat 29e in ITU Region 2, including U.S. airspace. Operations in this band are authorized based upon and subject to the conditions, waivers, and findings specified for Call Sign S2913. See IBFS File Nos. SAT-MOD-20130722-00097 and SAT-AMD-20140718-00087.
900398AC BidCo LLC-(SES-MFS-20160824-00738)The applicant's request for a waiver of Section 25.283(c) of the Commission's rules, 47 CFR § 25.283(c), is granted. Section 25.283(c) specifies that space stations must discharge all stored energy sources at end-of-life of the space station. ASTRA 4A is a Lockheed-Martin A2100 spacecraft that was launched on November 18, 2007. Applicant states that shortly following orbital insertion, the oxidizer tanks were permanently sealed by firing a pyrotechnic valve. Applicant states that there are 12 kilograms of oxidizer in two interconnected tanks with a total tank volume of 657 liters, and 1.9 kilograms of helium pressurant in the same 657-liter tank volume. This waiver is granted because modification of the spacecraft would present a undue hardship, since compliance with Section 25.283(c) is not achievable except through direct retrieval of spacecraft. In making this determination, we note that the information submitted is not sufficient to support a finding that the underlying purpose of Section 25.283(c) would be served.
900399Telenor Maritime-(E160157) SES-LIC-20160927-00811Pursuant to 47 C.F.R. § 25.221(a)(12), ESVs operating within 200 km from the baseline of the United States, or within 200 km from a U.S.-licensed fixed service offshore installation, shall complete coordination with potentially affected U.S.-licensed fixed service operators prior to operation. The coordination method and the interference criteria objective shall be determined by the frequency coordinator. The details of the coordination shall be maintained and available at the frequency coordinator, and shall be filed with the Commission electronically via the International Bureau Filing System (http://licensing.fcc.gov/myibfs/) to be placed on public notice. The coordination notifications must be filed in the form of a statement referencing the relevant call signs and file numbers. Operation of each individual ESV may commence immediately after the public notice is released that identifies the notification sent to the Commission. Continuance of operation of that ESV for the duration of the coordination term shall be dependent upon successful completion of the normal public notice process. If, prior to the end of the 30-day comment period of the public notice, any objections are received from U.S.-licensed Fixed Service operators that have been excluded from coordination, the ESV licensee must immediately cease operation of that particular station on frequencies used by the affected U.S.-licensed Fixed Service station until the coordination dispute is resolved and the ESV licensee informs the Commission of the resolution. As used in this section, "baseline" means the line from which maritime zones are measured. The baseline is a combination of the low-water line and closing lines across the mouths of inland water bodies and is defined by a series of baseline points that include islands and "low-water elevations," as determined by the U.S. Department of State's Baseline Committee.
900400Telenor Maritime -(E160157) SES-LIC-20160927-00811Although the Commission does not license transmissions on non-U.S. registered vessels, nevertheless the licensee is required to comply with the Commission's interference regulations to the extent its signals are received within the United States. The use of the radiocommunication frequencies in the United States must be in accordance with the Table of Frequency Allocations contained in Section 2.106 of the Commission's rules.
900401Condition agreed upon with WTB. Applies to E160095, E160101, E160109, E160111Any transmissions in the 27.5-28.35 GHz (Earth-to-space) frequency band are on a secondary basis with respect to previously authorized terrestrial stations. After the provisions adopted in FCC 16-89 go into force, this earth station is considered grandfathered in this band pursuant to 47 CFR § 25.136(a)(3).
900402Condition agreed upon with WTB. Applies to Callsigns: E160089 to E160094, E160096 - E160108, E160110, E160112 - E160124, E160130-E160131.Any transmissions in the 27.5-28.35 GHz (Earth-to-space) frequency band are on a secondary basis with respect to previously authorized terrestrial stations. Prior to commencing operation ViaSat must coordinate its earth station operations with terrestrial licensees and must protect any terrestrial stations identified as affected as a result of the coordination. After ViaSat has completed coordination and the provisions adopted in FCC 16-89 go into force, this earth station is considered grandfathered in this band pursuant to 47 CFR § 25.136(a)(3).
900403(E160028) SES-LIC-20160218-00154Reception of downlink transmissions is on a non-interference, non-protected basis from the following non-geostationary orbit space station: exactView-1 in the 5167.5-5198.5 MHz frequency band. When receiving transmissions from the satellite in this frequency band, the operations authorized herein must accept interference from any radio station operating in conformance with the U.S. Table of Frequency Allocations. Operations in this band were not requested with any other satellites.
900404(E160028) SES-LIC-20160218-00154KSAT may not cause harmful interference to, nor claim protection from, any authorized transmitting Fixed Stations.
900405(E160028) SES-LIC-20160218-00154Kongsberg must comply with the requirements on unauthorized publication or use of communications in section 705 of the Communications Act of 1934, as amended.
900406(E160028) SES-LIC-20160218-00154The applicant and space station operator are responsible for necessary coordination in the 5167.5-5198.5 MHz frequency band, in accordance with International Footnote 5.447(c) of the ITU Radio Regulations.
900407Defintion of Permitted Space Station List. To be applied to all authorizations authorized "Permitted List"The Permitted Space Station List (Permitted List) is a list of all geostationary space stations providing fixed-satellite service pursuant to a Commission license or grant of U.S. market access in the following bands: 3600-4200 MHz (space-to-Earth) 5850-6725 MHz (Earth-to-space) 10.95-11.2 GHz (space-to-Earth) 11.45-12.2 GHz (space-to-Earth) 13.75-14.5 GHz (Earth-to-space) 18.3-18.8 GHz (space-to-Earth) 19.7-20.2 GHz (space-to-Earth) 24.75-25.25 GHz (Earth-to-space) 28.35-28.6 GHz (Earth-to-space) 29.25-30 GHz (Earth-to-space) Earth stations with "Permitted List" designated as a point of communication may access any space station on the Permitted List, provided the operations comply with the applicable "routine" uplink and downlink limits, are within the specific frequency bands authorized in the earth station license, have completed coordination with terrestrial stations pursuant to §25.203, and otherwise comply with all terms and conditions of both the earth station license and the space station grant.

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