In 1999 and 2000, the FCC received nationwide reports that public safety radios operating on the 800-megahertz band experienced interference from commercial mobile radio services.
What does CMRS stand for?
CMRS stands for Commercial Mobile Radio Service
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 45 other meanings of CMRS in our Acronym Attic
- Canadian Musical Reproduction Rights Agency
- Canadian Musical Reproduction Rights Association (licensing agency)
- Coastal and Marine Resources Research Program (WorldFish program; Philippines)
- Certified Mail Return Receipt Requested
- Calibration/Measurements Requirements Summary
- Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (UCLA)
- Certified Medical Reimbursement Specialist
- Child Mania Rating Scale (psychology)
- Clarinet Merlin Receive System (US Navy)
- Clinical Magnetic Resonance Society
- Commissioner of Metro Rail Safety (India)
- Continuous Monitoring and Risk Scoring (cybersecurity)
- Conventional Munitions Restricted or Suspended (US Air Force munitions system)
- Council-certified Microbial Remediation Supervisor (American Council for Accredited Certification)
- Crew Medical Restraint System
- Crisis Monitoring Radio System
- Commercial Mobile Radio Service Board
- Canadian Multidisciplinary Road Safety Conference (Canada)
- Clinical Management and Research Support Core (Cincinnati, OH)
- Cairngorm Mountain Rescue Team
Samples in periodicals archive:
The service, called RouteWatch(SM), will provide a routing analysis of long distance billing records of the carrier's commercial mobile radio services, allowing the carrier to make network adjustments which has historically provided significant savings within the carrier's network operating expenses.
Thus, in the mid-1990s, the FCC adopted commercial mobile radio service (CMRS) rules that essentially pre-empted the state regulatory commissions and left wireless companies lightly regulated, compared with local exchange carriers.