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Do you need a license for business radio?

Do you need a license for business radio?

If you use a radio system for your business, you will need a licence from Ofcom. Business radio users range from taxi companies and factories, to hospitals, care homes, industrial sites and transport operators.

How much is a FCC license for radio?

According to the FCC Report and Order released December 29, 2020, Amateur Radio license fees will now cost $35. This same fee will apply to new licenses, renewal licenses, and vanity call signs.

How do I apply for a FCC business radio license?

Steps to Applying for a New License in ULS

  1. Log in to ULS Online Filing with your FCC Registration Number (FRN) and password.
  2. On the left-side of the screen, click Apply for a New License.
  3. From the drop down box, select the Radio Service for the new license.
  4. Click Continue to navigate through the application.

What is a business radio licence?

This is a flexible licence that authorises the use of a wide variety of business radio equipment. Licensees can choose from a wide range of frequencies across all Business Radio bands and a wide range of coverage areas, from very small (e.g. in-building coverage) to very large (e.g. a county).

What is a business radio license?

Business Radio Licensing is a full service Federal Communications Commission (FCC) license preparation company with over 30 years experience dealing with the FCC.

What is a FCC license?

Definition of FCC Licenses. FCC Licenses means the licenses, permits and other authorizations, including any temporary waiver or special temporary authorization and any renewals thereof or any transferable pending application therefor, relating to the Station, issued by the FCC, each of which existing as of the date hereof is identified on Schedule 3.04(a).

What is broadcast license?

Broadcast license. A broadcast license is a type of spectrum license granting the licensee permission to use a portion of the radio frequency spectrum in a given geographical area for broadcasting purposes.