FCC Two-Way Radio License Management
FCC Licensing for Businesses in the Mid-Atlantic
Skip The Paperwork And Let Us Handle Your FCC Two-Way Radio License in Baltimore, Philadelphia, New Jersey, Delaware, and Virginia.
FCC licensing requirements can be confusing for many businesses. You may not have time to invest learning the ins and outs of regulatory requirements to make sure your equipment meets current standards for narrowbanding. This is where we can help.
At Wireless, Inc. we work closely with experts for all things related to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) licensing requirements. We can assist you with all of your FCC needs, including:
- New or first-time applications
Our help doesn’t end there. We believe it’s important to keep you up-to-date on important FCC licensing changes before they impact your business and its ability to communicate within these parameters. One of the more recent changes is the requirement that business communications transition to narrowband 12.5kHz.
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Digital vs. Analog
Digital vs. Analog
With the recent shift to narrowband 12.5 kHz for business communications, it leaves many businesses wondering if they can continue using their analog equipment or if they must transition to digital radios. The short answer is no, but it depends on what model you’re using.
In some cases, we can reprogram your radios and base station without making any changes to your existing equipment. There’s no requirement to go digital, but some of the older radios won’t have the capability to upgrade to the 12.5KHz spacing. Either way, you’ll need to obtain a new FCC license, making the move from a 25 kHz license to a 12.5 kHz license.
While the transition to 12.5 kHz licenses was completed in 2013, there is speculation that further reductions, to 6.25 kHz licenses are in the works. So far, the FCC has declined to provide a fixed date for this transition, so the current belief is that it’s still quite a few years away.
Wireless Inc. will keep you up-to-date with the latest FCC news and information as it becomes available. We do this, so you can have your equipment ready for what lies ahead.
Let Us Handle the Details so You Can Do What You Do Best
You are an expert in your own field. You’ve put in long hours to learn the tricks of your trade, the regulatory requirements in your industry, and all the ins and outs necessary to be a success in your profession.
Wireless knows communications, and we develop solutions your business can depend on. We work with experts who understand the complex licensing system the FCC has created, so we can help you create communications solutions for your business and agency that comply with these regulations. Even better, we’ll walk you through the FCC licensing process. Contact Wireless, Inc. today to learn about how we can keep your communications system up to date and compliant with the FCC.