FCC Order definition

FCC Order means federal communications commission order 94-102 [961 Federal
FCC Order means an order issued by the Federal Communications Commission under proceedings regarding the compatibility of enhanced 9-1-1 systems and delivery of wireless enhanced 9-1-1 service.

Examples of FCC Order in a sentence

  • Nothing herein shall prohibit either Party from rendering bills or collecting for any Interconnection Service(s) more than twelve (12) months after the Interconnection Service(s) was provided when the ability or right to charge or the proper charge for the Interconnection Service(s) was the subject of an arbitration or other Commission docket or any FCC order, including any appeal of such arbitration, docket or FCC order.

  • This section will be applied to the billing of switched access charges to a customer that is a local exchange carrier only to the extent that the customer has also implemented billing of interstate access charges for relevant VOIP tariff in accordance with the FCC order.

  • Parties have 60 days after publication in the Federal Register to file suit to challenge the FCC order.

  • Any future forbearance from or rule changes for Section 251(c)(3) UNEs offered pursuant to this Agreement shall be incorporated by reference as of the effective date of the FCC order and shall not require a written amendment.

  • The system includes a 911 system or radio system.12 8.9. "FCC order" means federal communications commission order 94-102 [961 Federal13 Register 40348] and any other FCC order that affects the provision of wireless14 enhanced 911 service.15 9.10.

More Definitions of FCC Order

FCC Order means an order or orders of the FCC, or of the Chief, Mass Media Bureau of the FCC, acting under delegated authority, consenting to the assignment to Buyer of the FCC Licenses for the Stations.
FCC Order means federal communications commission order 94-102 [961 Federal Register 40348] and any other FCC order that affects the provision of wireless enhanced 911 service.
FCC Order means a written action or order by the FCC or any of its bureaus.
FCC Order means Federal Communications Commission Order 94-102 (61 Federal Register 40348) and any other FCC order that affects the provision of E-911 service to CMRS customers.
FCC Order means an order adopted, and the full text thereof released, by the FCC granting its consent to the transfer of control or assignment of the Company Licenses, pursuant to appropriate applications filed by the parties hereto with the FCC as contemplated by this Agreement.
FCC Order means the Order in FCC Docket 94-102 adopted by the Federal Communications Commission on December 1, 1997, and subsequent Orders, decisions, consent decrees, rules, and regulations including 47 C.F.R. 20.18 which are incorporated by reference in these rules. The FCC Order and regulations may be obtained free of charge from the FCC website: http://transition.fcc.gov/pshs/services/911-services/, http://www.fcc.gov/encyclopedia/9-1-1-and- e9-1-1-services and http://www.fcc.gov/encyclopedia/rules-regulations-title-47.
FCC Order means the Memorandum Opinion and Order, FCC 08-3, released by the FCC on January 24, 2008, as amended by the Erratum dated January 30, 2008.