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f) The cathode wire or mesh of a vacuum fluorescent display tube, the anode wire or mesh of a high-definition television set operating with a broadcast television signal, or the screen of a video disc player (if operated with a broadcast television signal), or the internal filament of a radio or television tube, is not insulated from the housing structure; or
g) The housing structure, or the surrounding building or other structure, or the wires connecting the winding to the ground or other common potential, is not isolated from the radio frequency or other energy source.
h) The radio frequency or other energy source, together with any necessary antennas, are not mounted so that the radio frequency or other energy source, the antennas, or the housing structure (if applicable), are not within the boundaries of a building that meets the applicable Building Code.
The station shall be designated in the body of the proposed station authorization as a “”Technology Service (TS) Provider”” or an “”End User (UE)”” of the 400 MHz or 900 MHz band or any band in the 900 MHz range that is reasonably available to the station. An end user who does not meet all the definitions of an end user in Part 90 of this chapter is permitted to designate itself as a technology service provider. If the applicant cannot document that the band is reasonably available to the proposed station, i.e., the end user’s nearest operating station will be located a minimum distance of 50 miles away, then that end user may designate its operation pursuant to its license as a technology service provider. Thus, the end user is only responsible for complying with all the general rules of Part 90 of this chapter and any specific rules that may be applicable to that end user in the field. The Commission expects end users to have appropriate personnel to assist a licensee in managing the operation of a station and applying for any air or naval radio channels. The regulations for licensees apply to end users as well as technology service providers.
The Radiolocation Service accommodates the use of radio methods for determination of direction, distance, speed, or position for purposes other than navigation. Rules as to eligibility for licensing, permissible communications, frequency available, and any special requirements are set forth in 90.103. Provisions for the Location and Monitoring Service (LMS) are contained in subpart M of this part.
Spectrum availability within the New Haven, Connecticut and Hartford, Connecticut areas is shown for the 435.7125-440.8125 MHz band. The frequency bands 411.8125-415.8125 MHz and 435.7125-440.8125 MHz are available for use in the New Haven and Hartford areas. The private land mobile use of these frequencies is subject to accepting any interference from Federal Government radiolocation operations.
The conditional user of the radio services governed by this part, such as the vehicular mobile service, wireless for transportation, wireless MSA, amateur radio, and amateur mobile service may be subject to additional Federal, State, or local requirements. The licensee shall ensure compliance with such requirements. Conditions specific to radios used by commercial operators of commercial or public service vehicles are contained in its license, or local regulations, if available. All other provisions are set forth in this part.
For your vehicle information, use the DELCO*RADIO*CODE, use the DELCO*RADIO*CODE, use the DELCO*RADIO*CODE. or use the DELCO*RADIO*CODE. A * is a wildcard that means any values. For example, the (E)LEcocode means any ignition key program type.