Licensing Services

At CommTech, we are familiar with the regulations set forth by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). We offer our licensing services to keep you up-to-date and compliant. We also offer to manage your FCC licenses. This management ensures that you will have no difficulty with licensing renewals or updating your systems so that they are in compliance with changing regulations and industry standards.

Federal Communications Commission (FCC)

The FCC (Federal Communication Commission) ensures that frequencies are protected in their granted areas and keeps records of all tower registrations. Most all radio frequencies require licensing; even unlicensed frequencies sometimes require authorization by the FCC so interference can be controlled.

There are frequencies in a few bands that do not require licensing. However, these have specific uses.

We offer licensing services for Two-way (VHF, UHF, 800MHz), Point-to-Point (Microwave) and Point-to-Multipoint (protected and unprotected).

Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)

The FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) verifies that tower structures do not pose a threat to air traffic. Towers and antenna mast can require FAA coordination depending on height or location.

At CommTech, we provide licensing services to customers needing FAA studies. We correspond directly to the FAA to help eliminate any confusion or possible violations.

The most common mistake is assuming that towers or structures under 200 feet do not require FAA authorization. Even structures as tall as 50 feet can require FAA approval, if on or within a certain distance from an airport.

The team at CommTech is committed to providing clients with the precision solutions they require. We invite you to contact us today at (806) 376-4444 to learn more about the services we offer and to discuss your operation’s specific needs. You can also Contact Us via email with your questions, and our professional team will promptly respond to your inquiries.