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Federal Communications Commission (FCC)

a U.S. federal agency that regulates interstate and international communications by radio, television, wire, satellite, cable, and 911.
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In addition, programmable power scaling allows customers to comply with both US FCC and pending European Union transmitted power regulations with a single implementation.
According to a Reuters report, the US FCC is planning to offer services such as fast access to the internet to air travellers in the US by selling and auctioning airwaves.
4-meter antennas comply with AsiaSat, APSTAR, Eutelsat, Intelsat(R), ITU-R, and US FCC standards.
The ruling from the US FCC (Federal Communications Commission) on the 1996 act obliges US cellular network carriers to ensure 95 percent of mobile emergency calls can be located to within 150 metres by 2005.
Digital (DTI) is a US FCC (214) licensed facilities fixed Global Interchange Carrier, operating international satellite earth stations, telecommunications switching, fiber optic and microwave transport networks in the United States and in the Republic of Madagascar.