Expert FCC License Management
The FCC uses a licensing system to determine the best frequencies for a user's specific operation. This system requires the user to certify that they meet the eligibility requirements for operating a two-way radio system and also requires the applicant to disclose technical details of how their system will operate.
With these details, the FCC can profile its database of existing users/systems and recommend channel assignments that will best suit the user’s intended purposes and minimize interference with other users. Not all users require a license and the FCC will cancel any license for which it does not receive timely notification that the system has been constructed within one year.
Federal law prohibits anyone from programming a radio with unlicensed frequencies:
Your FCC license is valid for 10 years, but you are allowed to make modifications or additions to the license during this time for a small fee. S&P Communications can make these changes for you as well.
How do I get a FCC license?
What information does S&P need to process your application?
How long is processing times for FCC licenses?
Our FCC License Management Fees include:
40+ years of expertise to optimize your systems
Preparation and filing of license applications
Filing of construction notices
Response to FCC notices received by licensee (must be provided to S&P)
Modifications and renewals from $340
New licenses from $400