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Title 95.673 Copy of rules.

Post by Phaze91460 » Sunday, 07 January 2007, 13:26 PM

[Code of Federal Regulations]

[Title 47, Volume 5]

[Revised as of October 1, 2005]

From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access

[CITE: 47CFR95.673]



[Page 549]



TITLE 47--TELECOMMUNICATION



COMMISSION (CONTINUED)



PART 95_PERSONAL RADIO SERVICES--Table of Contents



Subpart E_Technical Regulations



Sec. 95.673 Copy of rules.



A copy of part 95, subpart D, of the FCC Rules, current at the time

of packing of the transmitter, must be furnished with each CB

transmitter marketed.



[53 FR 36789, Sept. 22, 1988. Redesignated at 61 FR 28769, June 6, 1996,

and further redesignated at 61 FR 46567, Sept. 4, 1996]



Appendix 1 to Subpart E of Part 95--Glossary of Terms



The definitions used in this subpart E are:

Authorized bandwidth. Maximum permissible bandwidth of a transmission.

Carrier power. Average TP during one unmodulated RF cycle.

CB. Citizens Band Radio Service.

CB transmitter. A transmitter that operates or is intended to operate at

a station authorized in the CB.

Channel frequencies. Reference frequencies from which the carrier

frequency, suppressed or otherwise, may not deviate by more

than the specified frequency tolerance.

Crystal. Quartz piezo-electric element.

Crystal controlled. Use of a crystal to establish the transmitted

frequency.

dB. Decibels.

EIRP. Effective Isotropic Radiated Power. Antenna input power times gain

for free-space or in-tissue measurement configurations

required by MICS, expressed in watts, where the gain is

referenced to an isotropic radiator.

FCC. Federal Communications Commission.

Filtering. Refers to the requirement in Sec. 95.633(b).

FRS. Family Radio Service.

GMRS. General Mobile Radio Service.

GMRS transmitter. A transmitter that operates or is intended to operate

at a station authorized in the GMRS.

Harmful interference. Any transmission, radiation or induction that

endangers the functioning of a radionavigation or other safety

service or seriously degrades, obstructs or repeatedly

interrupts a radiocommunication service operating in

accordance with applicable laws, treaties and regulations.

Mean power. TP averaged over at least 30 cycles of the lowest modulating

frequency, typically 0.1 seconds at maximum power.

Medical Implant Communications Service (MICS) transmitter. A transmitter

authorized to operated in the MICS.

Medical implant device. Apparatus that is placed inside the human body

for the purpose of performing diagnostic or therapeutic

functions.

Medical implant event. An occurrence or the lack of an occurrence

recognized by a medical implant device, or a duly authorized

health care professional, that requires the transmission of

data from a medical implant transmitter in order to protect

the safety or well-being of the person in whom the medical

implant transmitter has been implanted.

Medical implant programmer/control transmitter. A MICS transmitter that

operates or is designed to operate outside of a human body for

the purpose of communicating with a receiver connected to a

medical implant device.

Medical implant transmitter. A MICS transmitter that operates or is

designed to operate within a human body for the purpose of

facilitating communications from a medical implant device.

MICS. Medical Implant Communications Service.

MURS. Multi-Use Radio Service.

Peak envelope power. TP averaged during one RF cycle at the highest

crest of the modulation envelope.

R/C. Radio Control Radio Service.

R/C transmitter. A transmitter that operates or is intended to operate

at a station authorized in the R/C.

RF. Radio frequency.

TP. RF transmitter power expressed in W, either mean or peak envelope,

as measured at the transmitter output antenna terminals.

Transmitter. Apparatus that converts electrical energy received from a

source into RF energy capable of being radiated.

W. Watts.



[65 FR 60878, Oct. 13, 2000]


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