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New York City Frequency Coordinator (Under 1
Gig)

Louis Libin
Broad
Comm, Inc.
382 Forest Ave
Woodmere, NY 11598
516 374-6700
Louislibin@broad-comm.com
NYC 1Ghz Up
Leo Rosenberg
Direct
Bdcst Svc
612 Corporate Way, Ste 8
Valley Cottage, NY 10989
Phone:
845-267-2800
Fax: 845-267-2123
freq.coord@directbroadcast.com

 

 

Coordination for Mobile ENG Frequencies - list of ENG
channel coordinators for 2 GHz and 7 GHz.

 



The New York City Metropolitan Area Frequency Coordinating Committee coordinates
stations licensed under part 74, part 78 or section 101.803(b) of the FCC rules and operating in the following frequency
bands:


  • 25.85 - 26.48 MHz
  • 161.625 - 161.775 MHz
  • 450 - 451 MHz
  • 455 - 456 MHz
  • 944 - 952 MHz (until the new rules become effective)
  • 1990 - 2110 MHz
  • 2450 - 2500 MHz (Mobile only, after the new rules become effective)
  • 6875 - 7125 MHz (Mobile only, after the new rules become effective)
  • 12700 - 13250 MHz (Mobile only, after the new rules become
    effective)

The Federal Communications Commission released new rules
that changed the coordination of fixed stations in the 944 MHz, 2.5 GHz, 7 GHz,
13 GHz bands from local committee to prior coordination notice (Report and
Order; FCC 02-298; adopted October 30, 2002; released November 13, 2002):

The FCC delayed the effective date of
prior coordination procedures for most fixed point-to-point Aural and TV
Broadcast Auxiliary Service stations to October 16, 2003.

 

 



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