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What does the SC mean on an FCC License?

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BlueDevil

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When looking at the frequencies licensed to a specific FCC license some of the frequencies have an "SC" icon on next to them. A quick hoover with the mouse indicates that this is a special condition icon. Logic suggests that the Special Condition is directly associated with the frequency in which is appears next to.

How do you find out what the special condition is? I have looked and searched all over and I cannot find anything that lists any sort of special condition for the frequency or license whenever I come across one of these icons.
 

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It's on the Admin tab. Near the bottom it says:
Special Conditions
Refer to Locations and Frequencies Tabs for special conditions at those levels

On normal licenses without any, Special Conditions is always None.
 
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