Attachment Exhibit A

This document pretains to SES-STA-20111108-01341 for Special Temporal Authority on a Satellite Earth Station filing.


                                                                                Exhibit A
                                                                                Lockheed Martin Corporation
                                                                                Carpentersville, NJ Earth Station
                                                                                Call Sign E7541
                                                                                STA Request for
                                                                                  LEOp TT&C Operations
                                                                                November 2011

                                                  Description

        Lockheed Martin Corporation (“Lockheed Martin”) requests special temporary authority
(“STA”) to operate its Carpentersville, New Jersey C-band fixed earth station (see File No. SES-
LIC-20081103-01443, as amended) 1 to provide telemetry, tracking and control (“TT&C”)
functions during the post-launch and transfer orbit phases of operation for the AsiaSat-7 satellite
that will be operated by Asia Satellite Telecommunications Company Limited (“AsiaSat”).
AsiaSat-7 is currently scheduled for launch on November 25, 2011, and Lockheed Martin
intends to perform test transmissions in preparation for the launch on or about November 24,
2011.2 To the extent required to meet this timetable, Lockheed Martin requests expedited
treatment of the instant STA request and action by November 23, 2011.

        Lockheed Martin specifically seeks authority to transmit using right-hand circular
polarization on the 6426.0 MHz frequency, and using both right-hand and left-hand circular
polarization on the 6428 MHz frequency. The earth station would receive telemetry signals from
the AsiaSat-7satellite on the 4199.25 MHz and 4199.85 MHz channels (both left-hand circular
polarization). The mission duration for the TT&C operations requested here is no more than 10
days after launch. Lockheed Martin hereby requests a 30-day STA term commencing
November 23, 2011 to enable it to accommodate any slippage in the launch date without the
need for additional authority from the Commission.

        The transmit frequencies Lockheed Martin seeks to use for the AsiaSat-7 TT&C support
operations are not included in Lockheed Martin’s former license for Call Sign E7541 and current
application for the C-band antenna in File No. SES-LIC-20081103-01443 (also under Call Sign
E7541). Lockheed Martin notes, however, that the Commission has previously granted
Lockheed Martin STA requests for launch and early-operations (“LEOp”) TT&C support using
its Carpentersville, New Jersey earth station facilities. Most recently, the Commission
authorized Lockheed Martin to perform launch support operations for the QuetzSat-1 in October
2011. See e.g., Request of Lockheed Martin Corp. for STA to support LEOp TT&C Functions
of QuetzSat-1, File No. SES-STA-20110919-01105. See also Request of Lockheed Martin Corp.

1
  The pending application in File No. SES-LIC-20081103-01443, under Call Sign E7541, was filed on a provisional
basis to replace Lockheed Martin’s inadvertently non-renewed license for a C-band antenna at the Carpentersville,
NJ site under Call Sign E7541. Lockheed Martin’s petition to reinstate the license for Call Sign E7541, as well as
the “replacement” application it filed in the alternative under File No. SES-LIC-20081103-01443 and Call Sign
E7541, are pending.
2
  The test transmissions that would begin on or about November 23, 2011 would occur over a period of
approximately two days. During these tests, the earth station would not be communicating with any satellite;
instead, the transmissions will be made with the antenna at zenith to verify RF functionality.


for STA to support LEOp TT&C Functions of BSAT-3c, File No. SES-STA-20110504-00547;
and Request of Lockheed Martin Corp. for STA to Support LEOp TT&C Functions for
EchoStar-7, File No. SES-STA-20020208-00160 (STA to support launch and early operations
TT&C functions for EchoStar-7 satellite using 17.3-17.8 GHz band frequencies for Earth-to-
space telecommand transmissions). Lockheed Martin’s pending license application in File No.
SES-LIC-20081103-01443 included a radiation hazard study for this frequency range that
Lockheed Martin hereby incorporates by reference. See Exhibit 28 to Application of Lockheed
Martin Corporation, File No. SES-LIC-20081103-01443.

        Lockheed Martin’s proposed transmissions on the 6426.0 MHz and 6428.0 MHz transmit
frequencies will use the emission designators for telecommand functions that are proposed in the
pending license application, or will use carriers that do not exceed the highest e.i.r.p., e.i.r.p.
density, and bandwidth prescribed in the application for the telecommand carriers. When no
commands are being sent, a CW carrier that is within the emission envelope proposed in
Lockheed Martin’s application, as amended, would be present. See File No. SES-AMD-
20081219-01664, at Schedule B. The information in the Schedule B portion of Lockheed
Martin’s pending application in File No. SES-LIC-20081103-01443, as amended, is hereby
incorporated by reference. Lockheed Martin notes that it is possible that during an unexpected
emergency with the satellite, the power levels proposed for the earth station in the 2008
application as amended may need to be exceeded to help recover the satellite. Under these
extremely unlikely circumstances, Lockheed Martin will make every effort to coordinate such
operations with affected users, and will take all reasonable steps to swiftly eliminate any harmful
interference caused. Lockheed Martin fully understands that all of its proposed launch and early-
operations TT&C support for the AsiaSat-7launch will be on a strictly non-harmful interference,
non-protected basis.

       Lockheed Martin has secured a temporary frequency coordination that includes the entire
proposed STA window (November 23, 2011 through December 22, 2011) for operations on the
AsiaSat-7 TT&C frequencies from its Carpentersville earth station facility. The report is
attached to this Exhibit A.

         Lockheed Martin believes that the limited operations it proposed in support of the launch
of AsiaSat-7 – operations Lockheed Martin and the satellite operator will coordinate in advance
with any and all potentially affected entities that operate communications systems in compliance
with the Table of Frequency Allocations during the limited period of use – are required in the
public interest. Lockheed Martin’s earth station will be part of a global network of control
facilities that will be used to position the satellite as it progresses from transfer orbit to its final
location. The safe and orderly use of the entire geostationary orbital resource and protection of
the hundreds of satellites from the U.S. and other countries that operate there depends in no small
part on ensuring that the AsiaSat-7 satellite is controlled while over North America, and
Lockheed Martin’s earth station thus will serve a limited-duration, but nonetheless vital function.

        Lockheed Martin designates Michael Usarzewicz to be the contact person that will be
available whenever transmission to, or reception from, AsiaSat-7 is to occur through the subject
earth station. Mr. Usarzewicz can be reached at the following cell phone number: (609)-865-
2658 and/or station number: (908) 859-4050.

                                                                                                      2


        The antenna to be used for operations under the proposed STA is already built. It is the
same antenna that was previously authorized under Call Sign E7541 and that is now the subject
of the pending application and reinstatement request described in Note 1 above.

        In sum, Lockheed Martin requests authority to operate its Carpentersville, NJ C-band
earth station antenna to provide critical TT&C services during the launch and early operations
phase of the AsiaSat-7 satellite, for a term of 30 days – including two days for calibration testing,
and a 10 day window between November 23 and December 22, 2011 for TT&C support
operations.




                                                                                                   3


ATTACHMENT


                                              Prepared By


                                          COMSEARCH
                             19700 Janelia Farm Boulevard, Ashburn, VA 20147
                               (703)726-5500 http://www.comsearch.com



                                              Prepared For
                                  Lockheed Martin Corporation
                                   Carpentersville, New Jersey
                            Temporary Transmit-Only Earth Station
                          Operation Dates: 11/22/2011 – 01/22/2012


Pursuant to Part 25.203(c) of the FCC Rules and Regulations, the satellite earth station proposed in this
application was coordinated by Comsearch using computer techniques and in accordance with Part 25 of
the FCC Rules and Regulations. Verbal and written coordination was conducted with the below listed
carriers on October 27, 2011.


       Company

       ADAMS COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY
       ALGONQUIN GAS TRANSMISSION CO
       ANNE ARUNDEL, COUNTY OF
       ATLANTIC, COUNTY OF
       Aerbender, LLC
       Appalachian Broadcasting
       Atlantic City Electric Company
       Auburn Data Systems, LLC
       BAY BROADBAND COMMUNICATIONS LLC
       BURLINGTON COUNTY PUBLIC SAFETY CENTER
       Baltimore County of Maryland
       Baltimore Gas and Electric Company
       Berks, County of
       Binghamton MSA Limited Partnership
       Bucks, County of
       CARROLL COUNTY
       CBS Communications Services
       CENTRE COUNTY
       CHESTER, COUNTY OF
       COLUMBIA COUNTY
       COMMUNITY PRODUCTS, LLC
       CONNECTICUT STATE POLICE DEPARTMENT
       CONSOLIDATED EDISON COMPANY OF NEW YORK
       COUNTY OF MORRIS
       Carbon, County of 911 Center
       Cellco Partnership - (W-NY)
       Cellco Prtnrshp - Phil. Tri-State Rgn
       City of Bethlehem
       Columbia Gas Transmission Corporation
       Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
       Commonwealth of Pennsylvania-Radio Proj.



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       Company (Continued)

       Comprehensive Wireless LLC
       County of Bergen, Bergen Cnty Police Dep
       County of Hunterdon
       County of Salem
       County of Warren
       Cumberland, County of
       DAUPHIN COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
       DELAWARE STATE - DTI
       Delaware County (PA) Emergency Services
       Delmarva Power & Light Company
       Dutchess County Emergency Response
       EASTERN PENNSYLVANIA EMS COUNCIL
       ECW Wireless, LLC
       Eastern Mlg
       Egan LLC
       Enoch Pratt Free Library
       Essex County Sherrif Office
       Exelon Generation Company, L.L.C
       FELHC, Inc.
       Federal Communications Commission
       Fibertrack, LLC
       Fleet Systems, LLC
       Franklin County Dept. of Emergency Servi
       Geneva Communications, LLC
       Gloucester, County of
       High Voltage Communications LLC
       Jefferson Microwave, LLC
       Keyspan Energy
       Kryptic Technologies
       LACKAWANNA COUNTY
       LANCASTER COUNTY OF
       LEBANON COUNTY OF
       Last Mile Inc.
       Lehigh, County of
       Luzerne County Department of Public Sfty
       M&T Bank
       M-Wave Networks LLC
       MARYLAND EMERG MANAGEMENT AGENCY COMM
       MARYLAND STATE DEPT OF GENERAL SERVICES
       MARYLAND, STATE OF - MDOT - MTA
       MONMOUTH, COUNTY OF
       MONTGOMERY COUNTY OF
       MTA - Long Island Railroad
       MVC Research. LLC
       Maryland Public Broadcasting Commission
       Maryland State Highway Administration
       Maryland, State of - DNR
       Maryland, State of - Dept.of Info & Tech
       Meridian Microwave
       Metropolitan Broadband Systems, LLC
       Mifflin County




Frequency Coordination and Interference Analysis Report   11/04/2011   Page 2 of 10


       Company (Continued)

       Millennium Shore License Holdco, LLC
       Monroe County Control Center (PA)
       NBC TELEMUNDO LICENSE CO.
       NEW JERSEY TRANSIT RAIL OPERATIONS,INC
       NEW YORK CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT
       NEW YORK CITY TRANSIT AUTHORITY
       NORTHEAST UTILITIES SERVICE COMPANY
       Nassau County Police Department
       New Cingular Wireless PCS LLC- DE/NH/RI
       New Cingular Wireless PCS, LLC - NY
       New Cingular Wireless PCS, LLC - PA
       New Jersey State Police
       New Jersey Turnpike Authority-Pkwy Div
       New Jersey, State of -NJ Transit
       New York Communcations CO., Inc
       New York State Electric & Gas Corp
       New York State Police
       New York, CIty of
       Norfolk Southern Railway
       Northumberland, County of
       OCEAN, COUNTY OF
       Ocean, County of-Div of Wireless Tech.
       Orange Poughkeepsie SMSA LTD Partnership
       Orange and Rockland Utilities, Inc.
       PENNSYLVANIA MICROWAVE NETWORK INC.
       PENNSYLVANIA TURNPIKE COMMISSION
       PIKE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
       PSEG Services Corporation
       Peco Energy Company
       Pennsylvania Commonwealth State Police
       Pitt Power
       Port Authority of New York & New Jersey
       RCYM Holdings LLC
       SCHUYLKILL, COUNTY OF
       SCRANTON TIMES, LP
       SCTF NET
       SECOM NET
       SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA TRANSIT AUTH
       Southeast PA Regional Task Force
       STATE OF NEW JERSEY - OFFICE OF PUBLIC
       SUFFOLK COUNTY WATER AUTHORITY
       SW Networks
       Snyder, County of
       State of Maryland, MIEMSS
       Suffolk, County of
       Texas Eastern Communications, Inc.
       Transcontinental Gas Pipeline Corp.
       Triangle Communications, Inc.
       USCOC of Cumberland, Inc.
       Velox Networks LLC




Frequency Coordination and Interference Analysis Report   11/04/2011   Page 3 of 10


       Company (Continued)

       WAYNE COUNTY PENNSYLVANIA
       Webline Holdings LLC
       Wico, LLC
       Wireless Backhaul Infrastructure, LLC
       World Class Wireless LLC
       York County Dept of Emergency Services
       Zango LLC
       iSignal
       ABC, Inc. - WPVI-TV
       American Broadcasting Companies, Inc
       CBS Broadcasting Inc
       CBS TELEVISION LICENSES LLC
       City of Newark, Police Dept.
       County of Fairfax, Virginia
       DELAWARE STATE - DTI
       Federal Communications Commission
       International Communications Group, Inc
       Information & Display Systems, Inc.
       NATIONAL CABLE SATELLITE CORPORATION
       NBC TELEMUNDO LICENSE CO.
       NBC Telemundo License Co.
       NEW ENGLAND DIGITAL DISTRIBUTION, INC.
       NEW ENGLAND SATELLITE SYSTEMS INC
       New Jersey State Police
       New York Racing Association, Inc
       Orion Consultants, Incorporated
       Philadelphia, City of
       Philadelphia Television Station WPSG
       RCC Minnesota Inc. - MN NE ND SD
       Rainbow News 12 Company
       Time Warner Entertainment Company L.P.
       Commonwealth of Pennsylvania-Radio Proj


                   LTTS Licensees

       Company

       Alltel Communications, LLC
       AT&T California
       3G Wireless, LLC
       AERIAL VIDEO SYSTEMS
       ALASCOM, INC.
       Ascent Media Network Services, LLC
       BFI Licenses, LLC
       BROADCAST COMMUNICATIONS INC
       Bellsouth Telecommunications, Inc.
       Borgeson, Tom R.
       Broadcast Sports Inc.
       CNG Communications, Inc.
       Carolina Telephone and Telegraph Co



Frequency Coordination and Interference Analysis Report   11/04/2011   Page 4 of 10


       Company (Continued)

       Casper, John
       CenturyTel of the Southwest, Inc.
       Chicago Comnet Corp
       Cincinnati Bell Wireless LLC
       Citywide News Network, Inc.
       Cohen, Elana
       Cowboys Stadium LP
       CP Communications PA, LLC
       DCI II, INC.
       Direct Broadcast Services, Inc.
       GOODYEAR TIRE AND RUBBER COMPANY
       GSN New, Inc
       Global Microwave Systems Inc.
       HF Enterprises, Inc
       Hallco Unlimited, Inc.
       Hawaiian Telcom, Inc.
       Heiden Mr., William
       INDIANA BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY INC
       Illinois Bell Telephone Company
       Information Super Station, LLC
       Kentucky RSA #3 Cellular General Partner
       Kentucky RSA #4 Cellular General Partner
       MERCURY COMMUNICATIONS
       Metro Networks Communications, Inc.
       Metrosat Communications, Inc.
       Michigan Bell Telephone Company
       Moreen, Steven K
       NSM Surveillance
       Navajo Communications Company
       NorthWest Suburbs Community Access Corp
       Ohio Bell Telephone Company
       On Scene Video Production
       Onboard Images
       Penn Service Microwave Co., Inc.
       Plateau Telecommunications, Inc.
       Plum TV, LLC
       Production & Satellite Services, Inc.
       Public Television Communications Center
       QUICK LINK CONNECTIONS INC
       QWEST CORPORATION
       REMOTE FACILITIES CONSULTING SERVICES
       RF Central, LLC
       RF Film, Inc
       RF Technology, LLC
       Radiofone, Inc.
       Randy Hermes Production
       Regulus Media Services, Inc.
       Remote Broadcasts, Inc.
       Southwestern Bell Telephone L.P.
       Speedshotz, Inc
       Total RF Marketing Inc




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        Company (Continued)

        Unisat, Inc
        United Telephone - Southeast
        VERIZON SOUTH INC.
        Verizon California Inc.
        Verizon Delaware, Inc.
        Verizon Maryland, Inc.
        Verizon New England Inc.
        Verizon New Jersey, Inc.
        Verizon New York, Inc.
        Verizon North Inc.
        Verizon Northwest Inc.
        Verizon Pennsylvania, Inc.
        Verizon Virginia, Inc.
        Verizon Washington DC, Inc.
        Village Video Productions Inc
        Vyvx, LLC
        Westar Satellite Services LP
        Western Technical Services
        Wexler Video, Inc.
        Winged Vision
        Wisconsin Bell, Inc.
        Wolfe Air Aviation



        Society of Broadcast Engineers Coordinators

        Connecticut – Hartford (Frank Clifford)
        Maryland & DC – James Snyder
        New York – Albany/Schenectady (Fred Lass)
        New York – Binghamton/Central (Dino Ricciardelli)
        New York – Long Island (Bob Wolf)
        New York – NYC Leo Rosenberg
        Pennsylvania – Central (Rick Markey)
        Pennsylvania—Allentown (Barry Fisher)
        Pennsylvania – SE, Delaware, and S. New Jersey (John Arndt)
        Pennsylvania – S. Central (Matt Lightner)
        Pennsylvania – NE (Ron Schacht)


There are no unresolved interference objections with the stations contained in these applications.


The following section presents the data pertinent to frequency coordination of the proposed earth station that
was circulated to all carriers within its coordination contours.




Frequency Coordination and Interference Analysis Report               11/04/2011              Page 6 of 10


                                                              COMSEARCH
                                                         Earth Station Data Sheet
                                             19700 Janelia Farm Boulevard, Ashburn, VA 20147
                                               (703)726-5500 http://www.comsearch.com


Date:                                    11/04/2011
Job Number:                              111027COMSJC09
Administrative Information
Status                                   TEMPORARY (Operation from 11/22/2011 to 01/22/2012)
Call Sign                                TEMP01
Licensee Code                            RCASTR
Licensee Name                            LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION
Site Information                         CARPENTERSVILLE, NEW JERSEY
Venue Name
Latitude (NAD 83)                        40° 38' 39.4" N
Longitude (NAD 83)                       75° 11' 27.6" W
Climate Zone                             A
Rain Zone                                2
Ground Elevation (AMSL)                  54.86 m / 180.0 ft
Link Information
Satellite Type                           Geostationary
Mode                                     TO - Transmit-Only
Modulation                               Analog and Digital
Satellite Arc                            18° W to 132° West Longitude
Azimuth Range                            112.8° to 246.9°
Corresponding Elevation Angles           15.9° / 16.2°
Antenna Centerline (AGL)                 9.14 m / 30.0 ft
Antenna Information                            Transmit
Manufacturer                                   TIW
Model                                          14.2 Meter
Gain / Diameter                                63.9 dBi / 14.2 m
3-dB / 15-dB Beamwidth                         0.10° / 0.20°

                                               16K0G2D - 72K0G2D

Max Available RF Power        (dBW/4 kHz)         27.0         20.4
                              (dBW/MHz)           33.0         33.0

Maximum EIRP                  (dBW/4 kHz)         90.9         84.3
                              (dBW/MHz)           96.9         96.9


Interference Objectives:    Long Term          -151.0 dBW/4 kHz 20%
                            Short Term         -128.0 dBW/4 kHz 0.0025%
Frequency Information                          Transmit 6.7 GHz
Emission / Frequency Range (MHz)               16K0G2D - 72K0G2D / 6426.0
                                               16K0G2D - 72K0G2D / 6428.0


Max Great Circle Coordination Distance         272.6 km / 169.4 mi
Precipitation Scatter Contour Radius           518.4 km / 322.1 mi




Frequency Coordination and Interference Analysis Report                     11/04/2011         Page 7 of 10


                                                  COMSEARCH
                                              Earth Station Data Sheet
                                     19700 Janelia Farm Boulevard, Ashburn, VA 20147
                                       (703)726-5500 http://www.comsearch.com


Coordination Values              CARPENTERSVILLE, NJ
Licensee Name                     LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION
Latitude (NAD 83)                 40° 38' 39.4" N
Longitude (NAD 83)                75° 11' 27.6" W
Ground Elevation (AMSL)           54.86 m / 180.0 ft
Antenna Centerline (AGL)          9.14 m / 30.0 ft
Antenna Model                     TIW 14.2 Meter
Antenna Mode                             Transmit 6.7 GHz
Interference Objectives: Long Term       -151.0 dBW/4 kHz 20%
                         Short Term      -128.0 dBW/4 kHz 0.0025%
Max Available RF Power                   27.0 (dBW/4 kHz)

                                                              Transmit 6.7 GHz
               Horizon            Antenna                 Horizon        Coordination
Azimuth (°)    Elevation (°)      Discrimination (°)      Gain (dBi)     Distance (km)
 0              3.54              112.22                  -10.00          163.91
  5             3.44              107.35                  -10.00          167.69
 10             4.05              102.50                  -10.00          153.04
 15             4.33              97.62                   -10.00          148.50
 20             3.97              92.72                   -10.00          154.50
 25             3.25              87.83                   -10.00          172.03
 30             3.56              82.95                   -10.00          163.30
 35             3.60              78.07                   -10.00          162.61
 40             3.62              73.19                   -10.00          161.94
 45             3.66              68.31                   -10.00          161.18
 50             3.42              63.48                   -10.00          168.16
 55             3.51              58.62                   -10.00          164.44
 60             3.29              53.83                   -10.00          171.18
 65             3.08              49.07                   -10.00          176.06
 70             3.20              44.28                    -9.15          177.63
 75             3.00              39.61                    -7.95          188.34
 80             2.76              35.05                    -6.62          200.30
 85             2.54              30.60                    -5.14          210.65
 90             2.27              26.37                    -3.53          225.52
 95             2.23              22.30                    -1.71          236.99
100             2.55              18.41                     0.38          241.75
105             2.55              15.42                     2.29          253.60
110             2.11              14.08                     3.29          272.63
115             2.43              13.66                     3.61          266.02
120             2.11              15.55                     2.21          264.91
125             2.45              18.11                     0.55          245.59
130             2.22              21.59                    -1.36          239.48
135             2.16              24.80                    -2.86          232.05
140             2.65              27.42                    -3.95          214.47
145             2.25              30.50                    -5.11          217.32
150             2.21              33.07                    -5.99          213.71
155             1.91              35.58                    -6.78          217.09
160             2.13              37.30                    -7.29          208.98
165             2.60              38.39                    -7.61          198.71
170             2.41              39.69                    -7.97          201.18
175             1.90              40.87                    -8.29          209.76
180             1.90              41.11                    -8.35          209.46
185             1.85              40.92                    -8.30          211.01




Frequency Coordination and Interference Analysis Report                11/04/2011        Page 8 of 10


                                                  COMSEARCH
                                              Earth Station Data Sheet
                                     19700 Janelia Farm Boulevard, Ashburn, VA 20147
                                       (703)726-5500 http://www.comsearch.com



Coordination Values              CARPENTERSVILLE, NJ
Licensee Name                     LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION
Latitude (NAD 83)                 40° 38' 39.4" N
Longitude (NAD 83)                75° 11' 27.6" W
Ground Elevation (AMSL)           54.86 m / 180.0 ft
Antenna Centerline (AGL)          9.14 m / 30.0 ft
Antenna Model                     TIW 14.2 Meter
Antenna Mode                             Transmit 6.7 GHz
Interference Objectives: Long Term       -151.0 dBW/4 kHz 20%
                         Short Term      -128.0 dBW/4 kHz 0.0025%
Max Available RF Power                   27.0 (dBW/4 kHz)

                                                              Transmit 6.7 GHz
               Horizon            Antenna                 Horizon        Coordination
Azimuth (°)    Elevation (°)      Discrimination (°)      Gain (dBi)     Distance (km)
190             1.24              40.83                    -8.27          229.44
195             1.36              39.56                    -7.93          227.38
200             2.31              37.14                    -7.25          205.32
205             1.76              35.72                    -6.82          221.31
210             1.78              33.43                    -6.10          224.37
215             2.34              30.43                    -5.08          215.39
220             2.98              27.15                    -3.85          207.76
225             4.04              23.36                    -2.21          196.11
230             4.93              19.56                    -0.29          192.46
235             4.30              16.77                     1.39          210.16
240             4.35              13.69                     3.59          222.45
245             3.60              12.73                     4.38          242.55
250             2.38              14.15                     3.23          264.83
255             2.22              16.10                     1.83          259.23
260             2.59              18.79                     0.15          239.53
265             3.08              22.21                    -1.66          217.30
270             2.75              26.53                    -3.59          214.16
275             2.58              30.96                    -5.27          209.21
280             2.85              35.38                    -6.72          197.72
285             3.20              39.91                    -8.03          183.38
290             3.81              44.49                    -9.21          161.97
295             4.44              49.15                   -10.00          146.83
300             5.32              53.85                   -10.00          135.33
305             5.47              58.70                   -10.00          133.93
310             5.49              63.59                   -10.00          133.73
315             5.43              68.49                   -10.00          134.31
320             4.59              73.44                   -10.00          144.51
325             3.78              78.36                   -10.00          158.43
330             3.36              83.25                   -10.00          169.69
335             3.12              88.13                   -10.00          175.08
340             2.98              93.00                   -10.00          178.45
345             3.16              97.87                   -10.00          174.21
350             3.35              102.75                  -10.00          169.81
355             3.44              107.62                  -10.00          167.75




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Certification


I hereby certify that I am the technically qualified person responsible for the preparation of the frequency
coordination data contained in this report. I am familiar with Parts 101 and 25 of the FCC Rules and
Regulations and I have either prepared or reviewed the frequency coordination data submitted with this
report, and that it is complete and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief.




Jeffrey E. Cowles
Engineer III, Telecommunications
COMSEARCH
19700 Janelia Farm Blvd.
Ashburn, Virginia 20147


DATED: November 4, 2011




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