License At A Glance is your personal homepage
within the ULS License Manager. License at a Glance displays
information about your license clearly in the center of the
page, including call sign, radio service, licensee name and
address, and the grant, effective, and expiration dates. You
can also view a more detailed summary of your license information
by clicking on the link at the bottom of the page called View
your license is eligible for renewal, License Manager displays
an orange warning message notifying you that your license
is within the renewal period between 90 days prior to your
expiration date and your expiration date, or that the license
is within the allowable grace period for a renewal following
your expiration date.
License At A Glance provides you with two menus of processing
tools to work on your license. Only actions for which your
license is eligible will appear on these menus*.
The menu to the right of your license information is titled
“Work on This License.” This is your toolbox for
performing actions on your FCC wireless license. Only actions
for which your license is eligible will appear on the menu.
- Update—Change or add your
licensee name and contact information. ULS License Manager
also allows you to update your licensee information while
completing any other application.
- Request Duplicate—Request
an official FCC copy of your license. NOTE: You can also
print out informal reference copies of your license at any
time. Choose the “View Complete License” link.
Then click the Reference copy link at the top of the new
- Renew—Renew your license
if it is within the renewal period, or the two year grace
period allowed after the expiration date. This link will
not appear if your license is not eligible for renewal.
- Request Vanity Call Sign—Apply
for a Vanity Call Sign for your Amateur License.
- Request Systematic Call Sign—Apply
for a Systematic Call Sign for your Amateur License.(Only
individual files are eligible to request systematic call
If the entire license or a component of the license is in
termination pending status, a message may appear at the top
of the License At A Glance Page. You will not be able to file
most applications if the license is in termination pending
status. For applications involving multiple licenses, licenses
which are in termination pending status will be excluded from
the application. You will be able to file an application if
one or more components on the license are active (i.e. not
in termination pending or termination status), but any inactive
components on the application will be excluded. There are
no restrictions on the filing of Cancel or Withdrawl applications.
Duplicate, Administrative Update, and Renewal Only
- You will not be able to file a Duplicate, Administrative
Update or Renewal Only if the license is in termination pending
status. You will be able to file these applications if one
or more components on the license are active (i.e. not in
termination pending or termination status). For applications
involving multiple licenses, a license which is in termination
pending status will be excluded from the application. These
excluded licenses will be listed in a message at the top of
the License At A Glance page.
Modification and Renewal Modification -
You will not be able to file a Modification or Renewal Modification
if the license is in termination pending status. You will
be able to file these applications if one or more components
on the license are active (i.e. not in termination pending
or termination status). However, the inactive components will
not be included in the application.
Required Notification and Request for Extension of
Time - You will not be able to file a Required Notification
or a Request for Extension of Time if the license is in termination
pending status. You will be able to file these applications
on components that are still active (i.e. not in termination
Cancel and Withdrawl - There are no restrictions
on the filing of Cancel or Withdrawl applications.
Assignment of Authorization and Transfer of Control
The orange menu to the left of your license information provides
tools for you to process this license and any other licenses
you may have registered to your FRN. You do not need to familiarize
yourself with this menu if you have only one FCC license.
Using the links on this menu you can perform the following
actions on one or more licenses simultaneously:
Renew Licenses—You can renew one
or more licenses that are eligible for renewal. This link
will only appear if your license is eligible for renewal.
Administrative Updates—Update your
licensee and contact information on all of your licenses.
ULS License Manager also allows you to update your licensee
information while completing any other application.
Request Duplicates—Request official
FCC duplicate authorizations. You may also print informational
reference copies of your licenses from within the ULS License
Manager. (To do so, select the View Complete License link
from the License At A Glance detail screen for a specific
license. Then choose the Reference Copy link at the top
of the page.)
My Applications—Review and edit
incomplete applications you have saved in ULS, or delete
completed applications submitted during the current business
You can also choose to Associate Licenses With Your
FRN, or link to the My
If your license is within the renewal period, or past the
expiration date but within the grace period for renewal, you
must file a renewal before performing any other actions on
the license. You will be give an opportunity to update your
licensee information when you file the renewal.
Find My Licenses
If you have multiple call signs, you go directly to the My
License At A Glance page for one of your licenses by entering
the call sign and clicking on the GO button.
Individual applicants may file Updates, Renewals, Requests
for Duplicates, Request for Vanity Call Signs, and Requests
for Systematic Call Signs. Amateur clubs may ONLY file requests
for vanity call signs online. All other entities, such as
RACES and Military Recs, must file all applications through
electronic batch processing.