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FCC License for CLS1410

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oktex88

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My bussines just purchased 6 CLS1410 motorola radios. What license do I need to use these? I've tried to use the FCC online filing but the application keeps giving me errors. How to I find out what freqs I can use? Help! Thank you!
 

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You need to apply for a business band license. Look in the manual and select any of the frequencies shown (up to 4 as the radio only has 4 channels). Fill out the application, pay your fee and the FCC will issue a license for those frequencies. These radios are under the Part 90 rules for low power (1-watt or less) devices items 90.35 (86) and 90.35 (88).

See section 4 of the manual for information on obtaining an FCC license.

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Does the FCC care what Interference Eliminator Code I will be using? Or do they just need the freq? Why does the application ask information about a antenna? I won't be using one.
 

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The inteference Eliminator Code is more commonly called PL, tone squelch or CTCSS. You can select your own from the list given. Pick one that is not used by anyone else on the frequency you choose. The license application has questions that may not apply to your situation.

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