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Rule Part

47 C.F.R, Parts 1, 2, 101

Radio Service Code(s)

  • CT - Local Television Transmission Service


Local Television Transmission Service (LTTS) stations are available for communications common carriers to provide service to television broadcast stations, network entities, cable system operators and cable network entities. Fixed point-to-point, temporary fixed and mobile operations are permitted in LTTS.
Stations in this service are used to relay television programming material between points. The stations may be used to link studio and broadcast transmitter, relay programming from one city to another, or to relay programming from live events. Stations in this service are also used for Electronic News gathering and for video feeds at sporting events.

Frequency Coordinators

The following list of microwave coordinators is provided for information purposes only, and may not constitute a complete list of available frequency coordinators. The Federal Communications Commission does not license or endorse any microwave frequency coordinators. Additional information regarding microwave frequency coordination is also available from the National Spectrum Managers Association (NSMA). NSMA is a voluntary, not-for-profit organization providing an industry forum for microwave frequency coordinators.

Listing of Frequency Coordinators

Friday, September 23, 2022