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narrowbanded and still has wideband emissions

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SteveC0625

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Some of my license's still have the wideband emission on the along with the Narrowband.....do i have to remover the wideband ones before the end of year?
I don't believe you have to do anything. My information is that the FCC is going to automatically remove 20K emissions from our licenses some time after the deadline. Sit tight for now.
 

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No, you do not have to remove the wideband designators. As long as you have the proper narrowband designators in place already, and are of course actually operating in narrowband mode, nothing further needs to be done. You can voluntarily remove the wideband designators if you wish, but it's not mandatory.
 
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