FCC Record, Volume 26, No. 7, Pages 4843 to 5761, March 28 - April 08, 2011 Page: 5,056
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o Discussion and update on 700 MHz Low Power channel analog use, regional fire ground,
and whether analog use on the General Use channels on a secondary basis is permitted
within the Commission's rules
o Discussion of other 700 MHz issues pending both nationally and within the region,
including NPSTC petition for reconsideration regarding reclassification of FCC designated
interoperability spectrum in the 700 MHz band, requests for additional interoperability
channels, and an increase in power for Low Power 2 watt channels to 10 watts ERP
o Questions or comments regarding the broadband use and implementation of public safety
narrowband impact the 700 MHz 6.25 KHz bandwidth requirements in the General Use
and Statewide narrowband allocations
Immediately following the 700 MHz Public Safety RPC meeting, the 800 MHz Public Safety
RPC will convene at the same location.
The agenda for the 800 MHz meeting includes:
* Old business
o Approval of November 16, 2010 Meeting Minutes
o Approval of Agenda
o Status update on Region 24's 800 MHz re-banding process
o Discussion on new applications before the Committee
o Discussion of 800 MHz channel acquisition process and ongoing availability of former
Nextel channels between 854-860 MHz for public safety and critical infrastructure use
o Discussion of the progress of 800 MHz implementation in the St. Louis area using the
Region 24 800 MHz channel plan
o Other issues deemed pertinent by the Region 24 Committee and those in attendance
o Open discussion
Both Region 24 Public Safety RPC meetings are open to the public. All eligible public safety
providers in Region 24 may utilize these frequencies. It is essential that eligible public safety agencies in
all areas of government, including state, municipality, county, and Native American Tribal be
represented in order to ensure that each agency's future spectrum needs are considered in the allocation
process. Administrators who are not oriented in the communications field should delegate someone with
this knowledge to attend, participate, and represent their agency's needs.
All interested parties wishing to participate in planning for the use of public safety spectrum in
the 700 MHz and 800 MHz bands within Region 24 should plan to attend. For further information,
Stephen T. Devine
Chair, 700 MHz and 800 MHz NSPAC RPCs
Interoperability Program Manager
Missouri Department of Public Safety, Office of the Director
301 W. High Street, HST Building, Room 870
P.O. Box 749
Jefferson City, MO 65102
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United States. Federal Communications Commission. FCC Record, Volume 26, No. 7, Pages 4843 to 5761, March 28 - April 08, 2011, book, April 2011; Washington D.C.. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc52169/m1/228/: accessed July 26, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.