Center for Severe Storm Research - Radio Frequencies - Farmington, IA
Center for Severe Storm Research CSSR Inc. - Be storm ready.
CSSR Inc's Radio Frequencies
Licensed in Van Buren County, IA; Lee County, IA; Henry County, IA; Des Moines County, IA and Clark County, MO.
Call Sign: WQRU368


       Itinerant Shared Frequencies

01: 464.5000
02: 464.5500
03: 469.5000
04: 469.5500
05: 462.9125
06: 461.0875
07: 461.1625-Used in Lee County Iowa
08: 461.2375
09: 462.8625
10: 464.4875
11: 464.5375
12: 451.8000
13: 456.8000
14: 461.0375
15: 461.0625
16: 461.1125
17: 461.1375
18: 461.1875
19: 461.2125
20: 461.2625
21: 461.2875
22: 461.3125
23: 461.3375
24: 461.3625
25: 462.7625
26: 462.7875
27: 462.8125
28: 462.8375
29: 462.8875
30: 464.5125
31: 464.5625
32: 466.0375
33: 466.0625
34: 466.0875
35: 466.1125
36: 466.1375
37: 466.1625
38: 466.1875
39: 466.2125
40: 466.2375
41: 466.2625
42: 466.2875
43: 466.3125
44: 466.3375
45: 466.3625
46: 467.8625
46: 467.8875
48: 467.9125
49: 469.4875
50: 469.5125
51: 469.5375
52: 469.5625


§90.138 Applications for itinerant frequencies.

An application for authority to conduct an itinerant operation in the Industrial/Business Pool must be restricted to use of itinerant frequencies or other frequencies not designated for permanent use and need not be accompanied by evidence of frequency coordination. Users should be aware that no interference protection is provided from other itinerant operations.

§90.403   General operating requirements.

(a) Licensees of radio stations in the private land mobile radio services shall be directly responsible for the proper operation and use of each transmitter for which they are licensed. In this connection, licensees shall exercise such direction and control as is necessary to assure that all authorized facilities are employed:
(1) Only for permissible purposes;
(2) Only in a permissible manner; and
(3) Only by persons with authority to use and operate such equipment.
(b) In carrying out their responsibilities under §90.403(a), licensees shall be bound by the provisions of the Communications Act of 1934, as amended, and by the rules and regulations of the Commission governing the radio service in which their facilities are licensed; and licensees may not, through written or oral agreements or otherwise, relieve themselves of any duty or obligation imposed upon them, by law, as licensees.
(c) Except for stations that have been granted exclusive channels under this part and that are classified as commercial mobile radio service providers pursuant to part 20 of this chapter, each licensee must restrict all transmissions to the minimum practical transmission time and must employ an efficient operating procedure designed to maximize the utilization of the spectrum.
(d) Communications involving the imminent safety-of-life or property are to be afforded priority by all licensees.
(e) Licensees shall take reasonable precautions to avoid causing harmful interference. This includes monitoring the transmitting frequency for communications in progress and such other measures as may be necessary to minimize the potential for causing interference.
(f) Stations licensed in this part shall not continuously radiate an unmodulated carrier except where required for tests as permitted in §90.405, except where specifically permitted by this part, where specifically authorized in the station authorization, or on an as needed basis in the Radiolocation Radio Service.
(g) The radiations of the transmitter shall be suspended immediately upon detection or notification of a deviation from the technical requirements of the station authorization and until such deviation is corrected. For transmissions concerning the imminent safety-of-life or property, the transmissions shall be suspended as soon as the emergency is terminated.