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October 2012 Title 47 Code of Federal Regulations

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Released: April 8, 2013

PUBLIC NOTICE
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April 8, 2013

OCTOBER 2012 EDITION OF TITLE 47 OF THE CODE OF FEDERAL

REGULATIONS IS AVAILABLE

The October 2012 edition of Title 47 of the Code of Federal Regulations is available for
purchase from Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office. This edition
includes all amendments to the Commission’s rules from October 1, 2011 through
October 1, 2012. Attached is a current listing of the Commission’s rules and their
corresponding subject matter.
The Government Printing Office (GPO) processes all sales and distribution of the Code
of Federal Regulations (CFR). The following is a list of GPO’s prices for each book:

TITLE 47 – TELECOMMUNICATION

PRICE (Domestic)

PRICE (Foreign)

PARTS 0 TO 19
$ 67.00
$ 93.80
PARTS 20 TO 39
$ 52.00
$ 72.80
PARTS 40 TO 69
$ 45.00
$ 63.00
PARTS 70 TO 79
$ 67.00
$ 93.80
PARTS 80 TO END
$ 67.00
$ 93.80
To order, contact GPO Customer Service, (202) 512-1803, Monday through Friday,
8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. EST (except federal holidays) or visit GPO’s online bookstore at
http://bookstore.gpo.gov.
For payment by credit card, call (202) 512-1800 or
Fax your order to (202) 512-2104, 24 hours a day.
For payment by check, write:
U.S. Government Printing Office
P.O. Box 979050
St. Louis, MO 63197
For further information, contact Sandy Daly, Information Specialist, Agenda and
Publications Group, Office of the Secretary at (202) 418-0310.

TITLE 47 OF THE CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS
FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION RULES
PARTS 0 TO 19
Part 0 - Commission organization
Part 1 - Practice and procedure
Part 2 - Frequency allocations and radio treaty matters; general rules and regulations
Part 3 - Authorization and administration of accounting authorities in maritime and
maritime mobile-satellite radio services
Part 4 - Disruptions to communications
Part 5 - Experimental radio service (other than broadcast)
Part 6 - Access to telecommunications service, telecommunications equipment and

customer premises equipment by persons with disabilities
Part 7 - Access to voicemail and interactive menu services and equipment by people

with disabilities
Part 9 - Interconnected voice over internet protocol services
Part 10 - Wireless emergency alert
Part 11 - Emergency Alert System (EAS)
Part 12 - Redundancy of Communications Systems
Part 13 - Commercial radio operators
Part 14 - Access to advanced communications services and Equipment by people

with disabilities
Part 15 - Radio frequency devices
Part 17 - Construction, marking, and lighting of antenna structures
Part 18 - Industrial, scientific, and medical equipment
Part 19 - Employee responsibilities and conduct
PARTS 20 TO 39
Part 20 - Commercial mobile services
Part 22 - Public mobile services
Part 24 - Personal communications services
Part 25 - Satellite communications
Part 27 - Miscellaneous wireless communications services
Part 32 - Uniform system of accounts for telecommunications companies
Part 36 - Jurisdictional separations procedures; standard procedures for separating
telecommunications property costs, revenues, expenses, taxes and reserves
for telecommunications companies
Parts 37 to 39 [Reserved]
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PARTS 40 TO 69
Parts 40 to 41 [Reserved]
Part 42 - Preservation of records of communication common carriers
Part 43 - Reports of communication common carriers and certain affiliates
Part 51 - Interconnection
Part 52 - Numbering
Part 53 - Special provisions concerning Bell operating companies
Part 54 - Universal service
Part 59 - Infrastructure sharing
Part 61 - Tariffs
Part 63 - Extension of lines, new lines, and discontinuance, reduction, outage and
impairment of service by common carriers; and grants of recognized private
operating agency status
Part 64 - Miscellaneous rules relating to common carriers
Part 65 - Interstate rate of return prescription procedures and methodologies
Part 68 - Connection of terminal equipment to the telephone network
Part 69 - Access charges
PARTS 70 TO 79
Parts 70 to 72 [Reserved]
Part 73 - Radio broadcast services
Part 74 - Experimental radio, auxiliary, special broadcast and other program
distributional services
Part 76 - Multichannel video and cable television service
Part 78 - Cable television relay service
Part 79 - Closed captioning and video description of video programming
PARTS 80 TO END
Part 80 - Stations in the maritime services
Part 87 - Aviation services
Part 90 - Private land mobile radio services
Part 94 - [Reserved]
Part 95 - Personal radio services
Part 97 - Amateur radio service
Part 101 - Fixed microwave services
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