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§95.135 Maximum authorized transmitting power.

 

(a) No station may transmit with more than 50 watts output power.

 

( B) [Reserved]

 

© A small control station at a point north of Line A or east of Line C must transmit with no more than 5 watts ERP.

 

(d) A fixed station must transmit with no more than 15 watts output power.

 

(e) A small base station must transmit with no more than 5 watts ERP.

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§95.135 Maximum authorized transmitting power.

 

(a) No station may transmit with more than 50 watts output power.

 

( B) [Reserved]

 

© A small control station at a point north of Line A or east of Line C must transmit with no more than 5 watts ERP.

 

(d) A fixed station must transmit with no more than 15 watts output power.

 

(e) A small base station must transmit with no more than 5 watts ERP.

 

Seems to me, only mobiles can transmit 50 watts.... Base stations, repeaters, etc are limited to 15W.

 

Dunno....  They do seem to emphasize the Mobile part...

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Those are all pre-1989 definitions from back when you had to register location information with the commission. The rules need to be gone over with a fine toothed comb (most grandfathered licenses are renewed simply to keep them from laspsing but most have moved onto Part 90 systems). Most of what c and d reference has been removed from the current rules. From what I've heard talking to some Canadian friends, e no longer applies as they have adopted a similar power regulation on the band.

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