Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Licensing
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You can depend on our professional team to be current on FCC Licensing Regulations. Our knowledge of Turnkey Communication Solutions helps you meet Interoperability requirements, and ensures that your license is correct for your individual needs.
Our Team Can Help With:
- Construction Modifications and Notices
- New License preparation and submittal
- License Renewals
- FCC and FAA tower Compliance and Registration
- FCC Part 101 Multiple Address Systems coordination & licensing.
- Engineering Waiver Assistance
- Special Temporary Authority
Contact us for a free competitive quote or to discuss your licensing needs.
We are pleased to offer our customers assistance in obtaining an FCC License; including, all necessary filings and submittals.
We work closely with a licensed frequency coordinator on current FCC licensing requirements. We can assist you with new applications, renewals, relocations, and modifications for you current needs or to prepare for the future. We feel it is important to make you to keep you informed of any FCC Licensing changes that could affect your business communications. As you may be aware, nationwide licensees operating on 25 kHz radio systems will soon need to operate using 12.5 kHz efficiency channels once the FCC Narrowbanding mandate goes into effect.
As a trusted leader in two-way communications, Motorola has been preparing for 12.5 kHz technology; therefore, Motorola offers the broadest choice of two-way radio equipment with close to 60 models capable of operating in 12.5kHz efficiency. While Motorola radios purchased in the last ten years are likely dual mode 25/12.5 kHz, older equipment may need to be replaced. Contact your local Motorola representative today to help you prepare for a smooth and cost effective transition.
FCC NARROWBANDING COMPLIANCE
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
Are your radio system and subscribers ready for Narrowbanding?
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is mandating all public safety and industrial/business licensees convert existing 25 kHz radio systems to minimum narrowband 12.5 kHz efficiency technology by January 1, 2013. The purpose of the narrowband mandate is to promote more efficient use of the VHF and UHF land mobile frequency bands.