Goto Section: 100.13 | 100.17 | Table of Contents
Revised as of
Goto Year:1996 |
Sec. 100.15 Licensing procedures.
(a) Each application for an interim direct broadcast satellite
system shall be placed on public notice for 45 days, during which time
interested parties may file comments and petitions related to the
(b) A 45 day cut-off period shall also be established for the filing
of applications to be considered in conjunction with the original
application. Additional applications filed before the cut-off date shall
be considered to have equal priority with the original application and
shall be considered together in the assignment of frequencies and
orbital positions. If applications have included requests for particular
frequencies or orbital positions, the cut-off date shall be considered
in establishing the priority of such requests.
(c) Each application for an interim direct broadcast satellite
system, after the public comment period and staff review, shall be acted
upon by the Commission to determine if authorization of the proposed
system is in the public interest.
Goto Section: 100.13 | 100.17
Goto Year: 1996 |
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