FCC License Requirements Two-Way Radios

Skip The Paperwork And Let Us Handle Your Dallas FCC License Requirements Two-Way Radios

FCC licensing, which is required for most industrial two-way radios and systems, can be frustrating to complete the required documents and make sure the details are correct. At Aerowave, we pride ourselves on being industry experts in current regulations regarding two-way radios and narrowbanding.

Aerowave Technologies understands your frustration, which is why we are here to help you through the Dallas FCC licensing process, so you don’t have to worry about making costly mistakes or oversights. In fact, we can help with any and all the following:

  • First-time applications
  • Renewal applications
  • Relocations
  • Modifications

Dallas FCC Licensing Guide

A quick guide to getting a Dallas FCC two-way radio license

What are the Current Narrowbanding Requirements?

In recent years the FCC has mandated that all radios be transitioned from operating on 25 kHz signal spacing to narrowband equipment that operates on 12.5 kHz signals. While the current requirements went into effect in 2013, there will be a time that the FCC will further reduce narrowbanding requirements to 6.25 kHz signal spacing. Fortunately, we offer a wide range of radios and communications equipment, such as the MotoTRBO digital radios that operate within the current laws, but also for future regulations.

Not only can Aerowave Technologies assist you with Dallas FCC licensing for two-way radios, but the following products as well:

  • UHF & VHF MotoTRBO Digital Radio systems
  • P25 Public Safety radios
  • Full range of accessories
  • Industry-leading applications

Not sure if your current radio system is compliant? We can help with that as well. We can answer all of your questions about current requirements and can make sure your system complies now and in the future.

Contact Aerowave Technologies today, a Dallas Motorola Solutions Channel Partner, to learn more about our FCC licensing services and how we can help you improve organizational communications, productivity, and safety.

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