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Public Safety Bureau, Transactions Accepted for Filing, 03/12/14

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Released: March 12, 2014

PUBLIC NOTICE

Federal Communications Commission

News Media Information 202 / 418-0500

th
445 12

St., S.W.

Internet: http://www.fcc.gov

Washington, D.C. 20554

TTY: 1-888-835-5322

Report Number: 9429

Date of Report: 03/12/2014

Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau

Assignment of License Authorization Applications, Transfer of Control of Licensee Applications, and

De Facto

Transfer Lease Applications, and Designated Entity Reportable Eligibility Event Applications

Accepted for Filing

Below is a listing of applications, subject to applicable pre-grant notice and petition procedures, that upon
initial review were accepted for filing. The Commission may return any of the applications, if upon further
examination, it is determined they are defective or not in conformance with the Commission's rules and
regulations.
Final action will not be taken on applications involving an Assignment of Authorization or Transfer of Control
of FCC licenses, de facto transfer leases, including subleases, or transfer of control or assignment of
existing lease rights, or designated entity reportable eligibility event earlier than 15 days following the date
of the public notice, except for applications not requiring a prior notice period.

Assignment of License Authorization Applications and Transfer of Control of Licensee Applications

Applications:

14-Day Notice Period
Purpose File Number
Parties
Date Received

There are no applications for this section this week.

Applications:

No Prior Notice Period Required
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Purpose File Number
Parties
Date Received

There are no applications for this section this week.

De Facto Transfer Lease Applications

Applications:

14-Day Notice Period
Purpose File Number
Parties
Date Received

There are no applications for this section this week.

Applications:

No Prior Notice Period Required
Purpose File Number
Parties
Date Received

There are no applications for this section this week.

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For further information, please contact Elizabeth Williams, Mobility Division, Wireless
Telecommunication Bureau at (202) 418-1343.

Purpose Key:

AA
Assignment of Authorization
LE
Extend the Term of a Lease/Sublease/
AM
Amendment
Private Commons Arrangement
TC
Tr
T ansfer of Control
r
LT
Transfer of Control of a Lessee/Sublessee
LN
New Lease/Sublease/Private Commons Arrangement
RE
DE Reportable Event

Radio Service Key:

GE
Public Safety/Special Emergency and Public Safety,
QM
Non-Nationwide Public Safety/Mutual Aid, 220 MHz
National
SG
Conventional Public Safety 700 MHz
GF
Public Safety Ntl Plan, 821-824/866-869 MHz, Conv.
SL
Public Safety 700 MHZ Band-State License
GP
Public Safety/Spec Emerg, 806-821/851-866 MHz, Conv. SY
Trunked Public Safety 700 MHz
IQ
Intelligent Transportation Service (Public Safety)
YE
Public Safety/Special Emergency and Public Safety, National
MW
Microwave Public Safety Pool
YF
Public Safety Ntl Plan, 821-824/866-869 MHz, Trunked
PA
Public Safety 4940-4990 MHz Band
YP
Public Safety/Spec Emerg, 806-821/851-866 MHz, Trunked
PW
Public Safety Pool, Conventional
YW
Public Safety Pool, Trunked
The Bureau's weekly Public Notices only provide basic information regarding applications filed and
actions taken. Specifically, our Public Notices do not list detailed transaction descriptions or
new call signs assigned by the Bureau as a result of assignments of authorization. The detailed
instructions below are intended to guide interested parties in obtaining more detailed information via ULS.

How to view an application listed on this Public Notice via ULS.

* Note the 10-digit file number listed on the Public Notice;
* Access the ULS (instructions are on the internet at http://wireless.fcc.gov/uls);
* From the ULS Online Systems Menu in the center of the screen, scroll down to the "Search" section
and click on the "Applications" button;
* Type the application's 10-digit file number into the "File Number:" field on the Application Search screen
and click the "Search" button;
* When the search is completed, the application will be listed by file number on the screen;
* Click on the file number (in hypertext) to view the application and attachments.

How to find new call signs created as a result of an assignment of authorization.

* View the assignment application in ULS as listed above in "How to view an application on this
Public Notice via ULS";
* At the bottom of the application display screen, select "History" from the "Application Options"
and click on the "Go" button;
* From the History screen, locate the Application Consented Date, this will be the Grant Date of the new callsign
generated as a result of a consummated assignment of authorization;
* Click on the "Home" button at the bottom of the screen to return to the ULS Online Systems page;
* Scroll to the "Search" section and click on "Licenses";
* On the License Search screen, click the "Advanced License Search" link;
* In the Licensee Name field, key the name of the Assignor of the Assignment, under
License Detail Dates, select "Grant Date", select the "To" and "From" dates and enter the
Application Consented Date in both the "To" and "From" fields;
* Scroll to the bottom of the screen and click "Submit";
* Click on the call sign (in hypertext) to view the license details.
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