Improving Public Safety Communications in the 800 MHZ Band

OMB 3060-1080

OMB 3060-1080

The Commission has taken the actions discussed below to immediately stem increasing instances of interference to 800 MHz public safety communications systems as well as address the underlying cause of 800 MHz interference. The PRA burden involves the exchange of information to avoid interference and to resolve interference complaints. The PRA burden also involves the exchange of information to facilitate incumbent relocation. This information exchange is necessary to effectuate band reconfiguration, i.e. to spectrally separate incompatible technologies, which is the underlying cause of interference to public safety. Overall the PRA burden is necessary to enable the Commission to determine the parties are acting in good faith in resolving the 800 MHz public safety interference problem and to keep the 800 MHz transition moving efficiently.

The latest form for Improving Public Safety Communications in the 800 MHZ Band expires 2023-11-30 and can be found here.

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Improving Public Safety Communications in the 800 MHZ Band (Private Sector)

Federal Enterprise Architecture: Law Enforcement - Citizen Protection


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