Ajit Pai Proposes Changes to Translator Interference Rules

April 11, 2018

FCC chairman Ajit Pai made some news at the NAB Show Tuesday, announcing that he’s circulated a proposal among his fellow commissioners to update the agency’s rules on translator interference. The Notice of Proposed Rulemaking would allow FM translators to resolve interference issues by moving to any available frequency, as a “minor change” to a facility, and require a minimum number of complaints to support any interference claim.

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