Rule Part

47 C.F.R, Parts 90 and 95

The Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) radio service is for the purpose of integrating radio-based technologies into the nation’s transportation infrastructure and to develop and implement the nation’s intelligent transportation systems.
 
The ITS radio services are:
 
Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC) Service - The DSRC Service involves vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure communications, helping to protect the safety of the traveling public. It can save lives by warning drivers of an impending dangerous condition or event in time to take corrective or evasive actions. The band is also eligible for use by non-public safety entities for commercial or private DSRC operations.
 
Location and Monitoring Service (LMS) - LMS systems utilize non-voice radio techniques to determine the location and status of mobile radio units. LMS licensees authorized to operate a system in the 902– 928 MHz band may serve individuals, federal government agencies, and entities eligible for licensing in Part 90. LMS will not cause interference to and must tolerate interference from industrial, scientific, and medical (ISM) devices and radiolocation Government stations that operate in the 902–928 MHz band.
     

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Updated: 
Tuesday, April 11, 2017