Fcc part 97 amateur

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47 CFR Part 97 - AMATEUR RADIO SERVICE | CFR | US Law | LII / Legal Information Institute

Part Title Basis and purpose. Station license required. Control operation required. Operator license grant.

To Part 97 (Amateur)

In the U. Subpart A defines a number of terms relevant to the provisions of Part 97, and establishes the amateur service as a "voluntary, noncommercial communications service" devoted to advancement of the amateur art, the skills associated with it, and the international goodwill that it brings, especially with regard to the provision of emergency communications. It also establishes the basic constraints and rights that pertain to amateur licensing and conduct, including licensing requirements and limitations on station equipment and power output. Subpart B details the standards of communication conduct expected of amateur operators, including the types of transmissions authorized and prohibited by the FCC, limitations pertaining to third-party and international communications, and on-air station identification requirements. Among other limitations, this section forbids the transmission of "music using a phone emission," except incidentally during authorized rebroadcasting of signals from a U.
Amateur radio station operation protection. This bill prohibits a homeowners association, which is defined in this bill, from restricting the construction and operation of an amateur radio station by an amateur radio operator licensed by the Federal Communications Commission. This bill allows homeowners associations to establish certain requirements concerning the construction and appearance of amateur radio station antennas.