47 CFR 73.153 - Field strength measurements in support of applications or evidence at hearings.

§ 73.153 Field strength measurements in support of applications or evidence at hearings.

In the determination of interference, groundwave field strength measurements will take precedence over theoretical values, provided such measurements are properly taken and presented. When measurements of groundwave signal strength are presented, they shall be sufficiently complete in accordance with § 73.186 to determine the field strength at 1 mile in the pertinent directions for that station. The antenna resistance measurements required by § 73.186 need not be taken or submitted.

[ 44 FR 36037, June 20, 1979, as amended at 56 FR 64862, Dec. 12, 1991]

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