Goto Section: 51.230 | 51.232 | Table of Contents

FCC 51.231
Revised as of October 1, 2020
Goto Year:2019 | 2021
  §  51.231   Provision of information on advanced services deployment.

   (a) An incumbent LEC must provide to requesting carriers that seek
   access to a loop or high frequency portion of the loop to provide
   advanced services:

   (1) Uses in determining which services can be deployed; and information
   with respect to the spectrum management procedures and policies that
   the incumbent LEC.

   (2) Information with respect to the rejection of the requesting
   carrier's provision of advanced services, together with the specific
   reason for the rejection; and

   (3) Information with respect to the number of loops using advanced
   services technology within the binder and type of technology deployed
   on those loops.

   (b) A requesting carrier that seeks access to a loop or a high
   frequency portion of a loop to provide advanced services must provide
   to the incumbent LEC information on the type of technology that the
   requesting carrier seeks to deploy.

   (1) Where the requesting carrier asserts that the technology it seeks
   to deploy fits within a generic power spectral density (PSD) mask, it
   also must provide Spectrum Class information for the technology.

   (2) Where a requesting carrier relies on a calculation-based approach
   to support deployment of a particular technology, it must provide the
   incumbent LEC with information on the speed and power at which the
   signal will be transmitted.

   (c) The requesting carrier also must provide the information required
   under paragraph (b) of this section when notifying the incumbent LEC of
   any proposed change in advanced services technology that the carrier
   uses on the loop.

   [ 65 FR 1345 , Jan. 10, 2000]


Goto Section: 51.230 | 51.232

Goto Year: 2019 | 2021
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