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Guidance for monitoring replacement frequencies for licensees in the Sharing Zone of the U.S.-Mexico border available here

Quarterly Report (Q2 2018)


Mexican Border Region
For licensees located in or affected by reconfiguration in the U.S.-Mexico border region, the MBR resource page contains the most recent guidance and information available. Learn More.

Canadian Border Region
For licensees located in or affected by reconfiguration in the Canadian Border Regions, the CBR resource page contains the most recent guidance and information available. Learn More.
TA Cost Metrics
The TA publishes cost metrics that identify licensee planning costs and reconfiguration implementation rates, based on system size. Learn More.
Change Notice
Whenever a change to your PFA or FRA scope of work is required, you will need to submit a Change Notice in accordance with the applicable "Changes" provisions of your PFA or FRA. Learn More.

Waiver Requests
800 MHz licensees whose reconfiguration activities extend beyond the deadline for completion of rebanding are required to submit a waiver request. Non-border licensees can learn more here. Canadian Border Region licensees can learn more here. Puerto Rico and USVI licensees can learn more here. Search for / view individual requests for waiver using the Waiver Request Lookup Tool.
Actual Cost Reconciliation
ACR is the process by which licensees document the costs incurred in reconfiguration. The process matches cost support documentation with the amounts paid or to be paid to the licensee for costs of reconfiguration. Licensees can document their actual costs using templates for reporting costs on a per-hour or per-unit basis.
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