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Call Sign WNNU947   Radio Service PW - Public Safety Pool, Conventional
 
Applications
Receipt Date File Number and Type Status
06/06/2016  0007292270
NT - Required Notification (C)
Accepted  
05/24/2016  0007274599
AA - Assignment of Authorization
Consummated  
02/13/2015  0006669193
RO - Renewal Only
Granted  
All Applications (13)
Automated Letters and Authorizations
05/25/2016 6149935 Application Receipt -- Licensee
02/02/2015 5939450 Renewal Reminder -- Licensee
01/31/2005 3283772 Renewal Reminder
Comments
  ADD 166.250 MHZ AND CHANGE TRASNITE OF "C". []  
  COPY OF RADIO LICENSE IS ATTACHED FOR WNNU947. 574E IS ATTACHED FOR D124826; DATED 9/21/99. FORM 854 ATTACHED. [D3]  
History
06/02/2016  License Assigned (Full Assignment) 
05/25/2016  Application Receipt Letter sent 
02/14/2015  License Renewed 
All History (17)
Special Conditions
Refer to Locations and Frequencies Tabs for special conditions at those levels
OPERATION ON FREQUENCY 159.795 MHZ IS AUTHORIZED UNDER A WAIVER OF RULE 90.21(B) GRANTED ON APRIL 4 1995.  
This authorization is issued under the condition that harmful interference will not be caused to Federal government stations. Note: Federal government stations may be transitioning to narrowband operations and most are required to do so by Jan. 1, 2005, i.e., operating 12.5 kHz bandwidth equipment--in some cases using center frequencies "offset" 12.5 kHz from your center frequency(s). Federal government stations are licensed by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA). For information on the Federal government's transition to narrowband operations, go to NTIA's Office of Spectrum Management home page at: http://www.ntia.doc.gov/osmhome/osmhome.html. Non-Federal licensees should note that operation of "25 kHz equipment" increases the likelihood of causing interference to Federal government stations. If interference is caused, non-Federal users must cease operating and modify operations so as not to cause harmful interference to Federal government stations.  
Special Condition for AU/name change (6/4/2016): Grant of the request to update licensee name is conditioned on it not reflecting an assignment or transfer of control (see Rule 1.948); if an assignment or transfer occurred without proper notification or FCC approval, the grant is void and the station is licensed under the prior name.  
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