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FCC 73.1660
Revised as of September 1, 2021
Goto Year:2020 | 2022
  §  73.1660   Acceptability of broadcast transmitters.

   (a)(1) An AM, FM, or TV transmitter shall be approved for compliance
   with the requirements of this part following the Supplier's Declaration
   of Conformity procedures described in subpart J of part 2 of this

   Note 1 to paragraph (a)(1): the verification procedure has been
   replaced by Supplier's Declaration of Conformity. AM, FM, and TV
   transmitters previously authorized under subpart J of part 2 of this
   chapter may remain in use. See § 2.950(j) of this chapter.

   (2) An LPFM transmitter shall be certified for compliance with the
   requirements of this part following the procedures described in part 2
   of this chapter.

   (b) A permittee or licensee planning to modify a transmitter which has
   been certified or approved with Supplier's Declaration of Conformity
   must follow the requirements contained in § 73.1690.

   (c) A transmitter which was in use prior to January 30, 1955, may
   continue to be used by the licensee, and successors or assignees, if it
   continues to comply with the technical requirements for the type of
   station at which it is used.

   (d) AM stereophonic exciter-generators for interfacing with approved or
   verified AM transmitters may be certified upon request from any
   manufacturer in accordance with the procedures described in part 2 of
   this chapter. Broadcast licensees may modify their certified AM
   stereophonic exciter-generators in accordance with § 73.1690.

   (e) Additional rules covering certification and Supplier's Declaration
   of Conformity, modification of authorized transmitters, and withdrawal
   of a grant of authorization are contained in part 2 of this chapter.

   [ 63 FR 36604 , July 7, 1998, as amended at  65 FR 30004 , May 10, 2000;  65 FR 67304 , Nov. 9, 2000;  82 FR 50835 , Nov. 2, 2017]


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