FCC LICENSING FOR THE Mid-Atlantic States

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FCC Radio Licensing for

When your company uses two-way radio communication, it’s imperative that you remain in compliance with FFC licensing and regulatory guidelines. We can assist with all your requirements for FFC two-way radio licensing in the Mid-Atlantic States, no matter where you’ve purchased your wireless communications equipment.

FCC licensing ensures that the channel frequencies assigned to your organization or company aren’t in conflict with other channels in the area where you do business. When FCC licensing is ignored, channels can overlap, with the FCC stepping in to impose not only fines but also a cease-and-desist order that can interrupt business for all parties involved.

Stay Up-to-Date

Your FCC license is good for 10 years. Operating your two-way radios without an FCC license can put your business at risk. Simply contact us, and we’ll take care of updating your Mid-Atlantic States FCC radio license for you.

Skip Paperwork

Get back to business and let our experts handle your FCC licensing. Renewing or applying for an FCC two-way radio license requires large amounts of complicated paperwork. Our team is trained to do it quickly and correctly, so you don’t have to.

Eliminate Downtime

When scaling your operation or changing locations, your FCC licensing information needs to be modified. Wireless Inc. takes care of filing these modifications so you can get back to business.

Avoid Fines

Without a proper FCC license, the FCC can impose not only fines but also a cease-and-desist order. Eliminate the risk of unnecessary violations and costs with the help of Wireless Inc..

Maintain Operations

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. Send us any notices you receive, and we will submit the forms for you.

Stay Compliant

In order to be compliant with FCC’s current regulations, all radios must operate in narrowband 12.5 kHz channel spacing. For dealers transitioning from 25 kHz, Wireless Inc. will obtain a new FCC license for you.

Repair & Installation

Keep your radios and other critical equipment running at peak efficiency.

System Design & Engineering

Expert design, deployment and communications system management.

Maintenance Agreements

Protect your investments, reduce downtime, and minimize costs.

Radio Rentals

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