San Diego County Gets Waiver for Short-Spaced Channel

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Brian
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San Diego County Gets Waiver for Short-Spaced Channel

Post by Brian » Sat Aug 31, 2019 8:45 am

San Diego Gets Waiver for Short-Spaced Channel

The FCC granted a request by the county of San Diego for a waiver of FCC rules to allow it to submit a letter of concurrence from a short-spaced licensee that lacks the requisite certification that the licensee is constructed and operational.

San Diego filed three applications seeking to add seven base stations to its trunked 800 MHz private LMR system. The county proposes to operate each of its new base stations on 38 800 MHz channels including channel 854.8875 MHz. If licensed on channel 854.8875 MHz, all seven of San Diego’s proposed base stations would be located less than the required 113-kilometer distance to co-channel station, call sign KNIV764, licensed to Third District Enterprises.

https://www.rrmediagroup.com/News/NewsD ... wsID/18651

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