ULS License
Conventional Public Safety 700 MHz License - WQPJ604 - LOS ANGELES, CITY OF
Administration

Call Sign WQPJ604   Radio Service SG - Conventional Public Safety 700 MHz
 
Applications
Receipt Date File Number and Type Status
06/27/2017  0007831226  
AU - Administrative Update
Granted  
05/16/2017  0007777337  
AU - Administrative Update
Granted  
06/10/2014  0006320180  
NT - Required Notification (S)
Accepted  
All Applications (6)
Automated Letters and Authorizations
06/28/2017 Authorization 
05/17/2017 Authorization 
05/21/2013 Authorization 
All Automated Letters and Authorizations (5)
Comments
None
History
06/28/2017  Administrative Update Applied 
05/17/2017  Administrative Update Applied 
05/21/2013  Administrative Update Applied 
All History (6)
Special Conditions
Refer to Locations and Frequencies Tabs for special conditions at those levels
Operation in the 769 - 775 MHz and 799 - 805 MHz frequency band must be operated only in accordance with Rule 90.545 and must protect existing TV and DTV broadcast stations transmitting on TV channels 62, 63, 64, 65, 67, 68, or 69.  
Antenna structures for land, base and fixed stations authorized for operation at temporary unspecified locations may be erected without specific prior approval of the Commission where such antenna structures do not exceed a height of 60.96 meters (200 feet) above ground level; provided that the overall height of such antennas more than 6.10 meters (20 feet) above ground, including their supporting structures (whether natural formation or man-made), do not exceed any of the slope ratios set forth in Section 17.7(b). Any antenna to be erected in excess of the foregoing limitations requires prior Commission approval. Licensees seeking such approval should file application for modification of license. In addition, notification to the Federal Aviation Administration is required whenever the antenna will exceed 60.96 meters (200 feet) above the ground and whenever notification is otherwise required by Section 17.7 of the Commission's Rules. Such notification should be given by filing FAA Form 7460-1, Notice of Proposed Construction or Alteration, in duplicate, with the nearest office of the Federal Aviation Administration, which form is available from that office.  
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