Frequently Asked Questions About Getting Your FCC License
Do I need a FCC License for a Two-Way Radio?
Most likely. Almost every two-way radio designed and manufactured for business use requires a valid license from the FCC.
An FCC license ensures that you won't use the same radio frequency as other businesses in your area. This ensures that your company -- and other Florida companies -- always have a secure communication method.
How Long is My FCC License Valid?
FCC licenses are typically good for 10 years. We can check the expiration date on your existing FCC license if you have one already.
When Should I Start My FCC License Renewal Process?
Ideally, you should start the process a few months before your license renewal deadline. If you have an expiration coming up within the next few months, let us know, and we will take care of the paperwork for you!
What's an FCC "Construction" Deadline?
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.
We know the process is a little confusing if you don't deal with the FCC on a regular basis. Simply pass any notices along to us, and we'll make sure you meet every deadline.
Don't wait for notices to appear in your mailbox or deadlines to pass. Stay proactive and in good standing with the FCC by getting a two-way radio license for your business now!
EMCI Wireless has helped countless businesses like yours meet FCC guidelines and deadlines over the years. We have the experience and know-how to keep you compliant and ensure everything runs smoothly.