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License Information

Call Sign
The combination of letters and numbers that identify an FCC license.

Radio Service
The name of the wireless service under which the Universal Licensing System (ULS) has issued the license. The name of the service is preceded by a unique, 2-letter code assigned to the service in ULS. Click here for a complete listing of Radio Services and their two letter codes.

Status
The current status of the license, designated by the following letter codes:

A—Active
C—Canceled
E—Expired
T—Terminated

NOTE: When searching in ULS License Search, all statuses are selected by default. To narrow your search, deselect undesired status codes.

  • Developmental—Authorizations that the FCC granted for developmental authority to construct and operate transmitters for the purpose of developing a new radio service or a new technology not regularly authorized under specific FCC rules.
  • STA—Authorizations that the FCC granted for temporary use (i.e., circumstances requiring immediate or emergency use of facilities, temporary authority to install and/or operate new or modified equipment, etc.).
  • Demonstration—Licenses used by licensees involved in the sale and/or marketing of radio equipment. Demonstration licenses may be used for purposes of demonstrating equipment to potential customers at trade shows or at other exhibitions, performing on site coverage studies for potential customers, or other uses as provided for under specific FCC rules.
  • Regular—Regular authorizations, not applicable for Developmental, STA, or Demonstration.

Dates

Grant Date
The date on which the license term (usually 10 years) begins. This date also sets the timetable for any applicable construction or coverage deadlines.

Effective Date
The date on which a license becomes effective. In most cases this is the same as the Grant Date. For modifications, the original Grant Date of the license will remain the same, but the Effective Date will be the day the Modification becomes effective.

Expiration Date
The date after which a license ceases to be valid. For example, a license with a 12/1/2004 expiration is no longer valid at 12:00am on 12/2/2004. In most cases wireless licenses have a 10-year license term, and the expiration date is the 10-year anniversary date of the original license grant date.

Cancellation Date
The date a call sign became inactive. The licensee may file an application to request cancellation. Licenses can become inactive when the license expires and is auto-deleted via ULS’s auto-expiration program. The FCC can also choose to terminate the license in the case where a licensee fails to meet its debt obligations to the U.S. government with respect to an auctioned license or for non-construction or discontinuance of operations.

Area of Operation

The area of operation covered by the license. The area of operation code for the MM License is N (Nationwide), including Hawaii, Alaska, and US Territories.

Frequency Bands

The frequency bands in which the license is authorized to operate.

Licensee Information

FRN
The FCC Registration Number (FRN) is a unique 10-digit number that is assigned by the Commission Registration System (CORES) to an entity doing business with the FCC. The FCC will use the FRN to determine if all of an entity's fees have been paid for application filings requiring a fee.

To determine if an FRN is associated with an existing call sign, search by call sign in ULS License Search. The FRN will appear on the Search Results page. If there is no FRN associated with the call sign, select Register CORES/Call Sign on the ULS homepage. Search by FRN in ULS License Search to find all call signs registered to that FRN.

Type
The entity type of the licensee is displayed. The entity types are listed below:

  • Corporation
  • Governmental Entity
  • Individual
  • Joint Venture
  • Limited Liability Company
  • Consortium
  • General Partnership
  • Trust
  • Unincorporated Association
  • Limited Liability Partnership
  • Limited Partnership
  • Other

Licensee Name and Address
The name of the individual or business entity holding the license, its address, and other contact information such as phone, fax, and e-mail.

View Ownership

Click this link to view Ownership Filing (Form 602) information in ULS for the licensee’s FRN. On the Ownership page, click the top Search button to view scanned manual filings submitted prior to 9/10/2002. Click the bottom Search button to access filings submitted electronically since that date.

Contact Information

The name, address, and other contact information for the individual point of contact for the licensee.

Qualifications, Ownership, and Demographics

Regulatory Status
This item identifies the type(s) of radio service offerings provided by the licensee, as follows: Common Carrier, Non-Common Carrier, Private (internal communications), Broadcast Services, and Band Manager.

Type of Radio Service
One of the following service types will be displayed:

F—Fixed
M—Mobile
R—Radiolocation
S—Satellite (sound)
B—Broadcast Services

Interconnected
This item will display Yes if the licensee provides interconnected service to the public switched telephone network as defined in FCC rules. No will appear if the licensee does not provide this service. If there is no response on record, the field will be blank.

Alien Ownership
If the licensee answered No to all questions in this section, the following message is displayed: "The applicant answered no to all Alien Ownership application questions." A link is also provided to access the complete text of the questions. If the applicant answered Yes or did not respond to one or more items, the text of the questions will be displayed. Yes or No indicates the licensee’s response. If there is no response on record, the field will be blank.

Basic Qualifications
If the licensee answered No to all questions in this section, the following message is displayed: "The applicant is eligible to hold a station license under Section 310(a) and (b) of the Communications Act of 1934." A link is also provided to access the complete text of the questions. If the licensee answered Yes or did not respond to one or more of the questions, the text of the questions will be displayed. Yes or No indicates the licensee’s response. If there is no response on record, the field will be blank.

Race, Ethnicity, and Gender
The names of up to four racial/ethnic groups and the gender of the licensee will be displayed in this section if the licensee included this optional information on FCC Form 601.

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"Millimeter Wave 70/80/90 GHz Service - Admin Tab
The top of the Administration page identifies the Call Sign and Radio Service of the current License. The following detailed information is provided:

Applications
This section details the date, file number and type, and status of any applications relating to the license on file in the system. Click on the file number of an application to open a new window with the Application Search detail page for the application. Up to three applications associated with the call sign are displayed on the Admin tab. If there are more than three, click the link provided to access the All Applications page.

Automated Letters
This section lists the letters generated by ULS that the FCC has sent to the licensee and/or its contact. You are able to view a summary of the information associated with each letter. A sequential reference number assigned by ULS identifies each letter, the call sign, the letter type (e.g., Renewal Reminder), and the date the letter was generated. Click the number/title of a letter to open a new browser window and display the complete text of the letter. If there are more than three letters associated with the license, click the link provided to access the All Automated Letters page.

Comments
Up to three comments made by the FCC will be displayed. If there are more than three, click the link provided to access the All Comments page.

History
This section lists each significant event that occurred for the license, as well as the date on which the event occurred. The date and description of up to three history items will be displayed. If there are more than three, click the link provided to access the All History page.

License Special Conditions
This section displays special rules or restrictions that apply to a particular license. The text of up to three special conditions will appear. If there are more than three, click the link provided to access the All Special Conditions page. Note: Refer to the Locations and/or Frequencies tabs to see special conditions at those levels.

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Millimeter Wave 70/80/90 GHz Service - Links Tab
The Links tab provides access to the Links Summary and to individual link details. The top of each page identifies the Call Sign, Radio Service, and total number of links belonging to the license.

Links Summary
The following information is listed on the Links Summary. A maximum number of 10 links is displayed per summary page.

Location
The name given to the link location by the licensee is listed under this heading. The location name contains a hyperlink to the link detail.

Latitude, Longitude
The transmitter latitude and longitude coordinates are displayed.

Transmitter Azimuth
The transmit antenna azimuth is displayed.


Link Detail

The link detail is reached by clicking on the location of the desired link on the Links Summary page. The link detail lists the following information about each link.

Location
The link location’s name and associated number are displayed. This section provides the following basic information about the link location:

Protection Date
The protection date is displayed. The Protection date is the time and date stamp associated with the submission of an application for link registration. It establishes the first-in-time priority of registered links for the purpose of determining interference resolution. The protection date is initially determined by the submit time and date of a new link registration. If a link registration is dismissed or denied, the protection date has no effect. If a link is subsequently modified, the protection date is replaced by the time and date stamp of the modified link registration.

ASR Number
The Antenna Structure Registration (ASR) Number is displayed.

Transmitter
The location of the transmitter is displayed in latitude and longitude coordinates.

Support Structure Type
The type of support structure is described.

Elevation of Site AMSL
The elevation in meters of the site Above Mean Sea Level (AMSL) is displayed.

Overall Height AGL Without Appurtenances
The overall height Above Ground Level (AGL) without appurtenances is given in meters.

Overall Height AGL With Appurtenances
The overall height Above Ground Level (AGL) with appurtenances is given in meters.

Receiver
The location of the receiver in latitude and longitude coordinates is displayed.

Special Conditions
This section lists any special conditions that apply to that particular link/transmit location.

Transmitter Antenna
This section provides the following information about the Transmitter Antenna:

Manufacturer
The name of the transmitter antenna manufacturer is displayed.

Model Number
The antenna model number is displayed.

Gain
The antenna gain is displayed in dBi.

Beamwidth
The antenna beamwidth is displayed in degrees.

Center Line
The center line is displayed in meters Above Ground Level (AGL).

Azimuth
The azimuth is displayed in degrees.

Elevation Angle
The elevation angle is displayed in degrees.

Polarization
The polarization of the transmitting signal is displayed.

Receiver Antenna
This section provides the following information about the Receiver Antenna:

Manufacturer
The name of the receiver antenna manufacturer is displayed.

Model Number
The antenna model number is displayed.

Gain
The antenna gain is displayed in dBi.

Beamwidth
The antenna beamwidth is displayed in degrees.

Center Line
The center line is displayed in meters Above Ground Level (AGL).

Azimuth
The azimuth is displayed in degrees.

Elevation Angle
The elevation angle is displayed in degrees.

Transmitter Equipment
This section provides the following information about the Transmitter Equipment:

Manufacturer
The name of the manufacturer is displayed.

Model Number
The model number is displayed.

Stability
The stability is displayed as a percentage.

Station Class
The class of station is displayed.

Center Frequency
The center frequency is displayed in MHz.

EIRP
The EIRP is displayed in dBm. This is the EIRP based on the maximum output power.

Minimum Output Power
The Minimum Output Power is displayed in dBm. Minimum output power is only displayed where Automatic Transmit Power Control (ATPC) is employed.

Maximum Output Power
The Maximum Output Power is displayed in dBm.

Emission Designator
The Emission Designator is displayed. The first four characters of the emission designator indicate the bandwidth of the transmitted signal. The last three characters of the emission indicate the type of modulation, the nature of the signal modulating the main carrier and the type of information being transmitted.

Modulation Scheme
The modulation scheme is displayed.

Special Conditions
Any special conditions that apply to the specific frequency on the link are described here.

Receiver Equipment
This section provides the following information about the Receiver Equipment:

Manufacturer
The name of the manufacturer is displayed.

Model Number
The model number is displayed.

Stability
The stability is displayed as a percentage.

Noise Figure
The noise figure is displayed in dB.

IRAC Interference Coordination
This section provides the following information about Interdepartmental Radio Advisory Committee (IRAC) interference coordination for the link.

Frequency
The center frequency is displayed in MHz

FAS Docket
The FAS docket number is provided. The FAS Docket Number is assigned to a specific coordination by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA).

FCCM
The FCCM is given. The FCCM is an FCC-assigned number. One FCCM serial number is assigned for each application that is being coordinated with the NTIA.

FAA NG
The FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) NG number is displayed. The FAA NG is an FCC-assigned number. One NG Number is assigned to each frequency on an application.

Result
The result of the IRAC coordination process is provided.

Applications
This section provides the following information about application filings related to the link.

Receipt Date
The date the application was received by the FCC is given.

File Number
The unique file number assigned to the application is displayed.

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Features
  • Click New Search to return to the ULS License Search page from which you began your search.
  • Click Refine Search to return to the ULS License Search page from which you began your search. All of the criteria you initially entered will be pre-filled on the search page. Update this information as necessary to refine your search.
  • Click Return to Results to return to the ULS Search Results page from any License Search detail page.
  • Click Printable Page to display the current License Detail page without the FCC header and footer and in a format that is suitable for printing.
  • Click Reference Copy to display a copy of the license that is suitable for printing. The reference copy is not an official FCC license.
  • Click Map License to create dynamic maps and display the licensed spectrum in relation to geographical boundaries.
  • Click Help to access License Search Help.
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