Commercial Mobile Radio Service definition

Commercial Mobile Radio Service or "CMRS" means commercial mobile radio service regulated under section 3 of title I and section 332 of title III of the communications act of 1934, chapter 652, 48 Stat 1064, 47 USC 153 and 332, and the rules of the Federal Communications Commission or provided under the wireless emergency service order. Commercial mobile radio service or CMRS includes all of the following:
Commercial Mobile Radio Service means that term as defined in 47 CFR 20.3.
Commercial Mobile Radio Service or “CMRS” means Commercial Mobile Radio Service as defined in Part 20 of the FCC’s Rules.

Examples of Commercial Mobile Radio Service in a sentence

  • For example, if a local exchange carrier (LEC) has a Commercial Mobile Radio Service (CMRS) carrier affiliate using terrestrial wireless facilities, it may file a separate petition for the LEC with the Common Carrier Bureau, and a separate petition for the CMRS carrier with the Wireless Telecommunications Bureau.

  • Voice Grade Equivalent (a) Per Channel-7.50OSNCAA35.4 Reserved For Future UseA35.5 Connection of Commercial Mobile Radio Service Providers to E911 ServicesA35.5.1 Service DescriptionA.

  • For Switched Access Service provided in conjunction with a Commercial Mobile Radio Service provider, Carrier Common Line Access rates do not apply.


More Definitions of Commercial Mobile Radio Service

Commercial Mobile Radio Service. (CMRS) means commercial mobile service under Sections 3(27) and 332(d), Federal Telecommunications Act of 1996 (47 U.S.C. Section 151, et seq.), Federal Communications Commission Rules, and the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1993. The term includes any wireless two‑way communication device, including radio‑telephone communications used in cellular telephone service, personal communication service, or the functional and/or competitive equivalent of a radio‑telephone communications line used in cellular telephone service, a personal communication service, or a network radio access line. The term does not include services that do not provide access to 911 service, a communication channel suitable only for data transmission, a wireless roaming service or other nonlocal radio access line service, or a private telecommunications system.
Commercial Mobile Radio Service. (“CMRS”) is a mobile service that is: (a)(1) provided for profit; (2) an interconnected service; and (3) available to the public, or to such classes of eligible users as to be effectively available to a substantial portion of the public; or (b) the functional equivalent of such a mobile service described in (a) above.
Commercial Mobile Radio Service means commercial mobile service as defined in 47 U.S.C. § 332;
Commercial Mobile Radio Service or “CMRS” is as defined in the Act. Central Office Build Out (COBO) is a service element or rate element in the LEC’s collocation tariff that “includes the nonrecurring charges to recover additions to and distribution of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning, relay rack grounding, relay racks, and an AC Power circuit.”
Commercial Mobile Radio Service or "CMRS" has the meaning given to the term in the Part 20, FCC Rules.
Commercial Mobile Radio Service or “CMRS” is As Defined in the Act. “COBO” is as defined in Section 12.12.2(b).