Wireless Voice and Data is you one source for all of FCC Licensing needs. We can help keep your business in compliance with FCC rules in regards to your two-way radios. We can also free your time by managing your license submission so you can concentrate on running your business. We offer license management services designed to your needs.
Our FCC Services Include;
- New Licenses Submissions
- License Modifications
- License Renewals
- Document Preparation
- Frequency Coordination
- Construction Notices
Our FCC Licensing Expertise
Businesses often do not use their two-way radio system to its full potential because they’re not aware of which frequencies they have and their capabilities. If you are not up to date with the latest FCC Requirements, your licenses may not comply with the relevant rules & regulations, which could result in FCC license enforcement and possibly monetary fines.
Wireless Voice and Data can ensure your compliance with FCC regulatory requirements, such as renewal, construction and narrowbanding as well as any associated call signs. We can also identify frequencies, power, number of mobile devices and private or commercial classification status.
Our FCC License protection will manage all of your radio licenses. We will regularly monitor your FCC Licenses and advise you well in advance of all license renewals, Part 90 construction notifications in all frequency bands, and other FCC licensing requirements.
Contact the experts at Wireless Voice and Data for all of your FCC Licensing needs.
FCC Licensing Questions
- How do I know if I need an FCC license for my two-way radios/walkie talkies?
In general all two-way radios over 1 watt will need a license. Almost all business and professional two-way radios require an FCC license.
- Who is responsible for getting and maintaining the FCC license?
It is up to the end-user to ensure that they are licensed properly with the FCC. The FCC can issue fines if radios are not properly licensed.
- How long is a license good for?
FCC licenses are typically good for 10 years. Each license has an expiration date on it. If you have an expiration coming up within the next few months, let us know and we will take care of the paperwork. Did you get a letter notifying you of an upcoming FCC expiration on one of your licenses? If so, contact us or send us a quick email. Several licensing companies send notifications like this several months before an application could be processed by the FCC.
- How do I know if I have an active FCC license now, or when it expires?
We will search the FCC license database and give you a status on your current licenses.
- What Are The License “Construction” Deadlines
When you get a new FCC license, you have one year to inform the FCC that it is live and “on the air.” If you don’t submit the required form, the FCC will cancel your license. Again, send us any notices you receive, and we will submit the form for you.