searching for commercial FCC licenses

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k3td

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I'm interested in searching the database for commercial and industrial FCC licensees to listen to instead of public safety or amateur users. Is there an easy way to do this by Company name?

Thanks and 73!
 

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You can use:
The various search boxes under Search FCC Data on the main RadioReference database page RadioReference.com - Scanner Frequencies and Radio Frequency Reference Database (Search for FCC Entity means the licensee name).

The Search tab on any state database page.

The FCC Licenses tab on any county page, click on Display All FCC Licenses then you can click column headings to sort other ways. The default sort order is licensee name.

The FCC ULS search pages FCC General Menu Reports 3.1.14 October 7, 2010 or License Search

Some commercial users are on auctioned paging channels. see http://wiki.radioreference.com/index.php/Part_22_Paging_Channels

There may be commercial users on other auctioned spectrum in the 216-222 MHz band and marine public coast frequencies in areas away from any waterway.
 
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I'm interested in searching the database for commercial and industrial FCC licensees to listen to instead of public safety or amateur users. Is there an easy way to do this by Company name?

Thanks and 73!

Georgetwon, Texas - Scanner Frequencies - Phone Numbers - IP Addresses

Georgetown, Texas - Scanner Frequencies - Phone Numbers - IP Addresses

https://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?ctid=2768 -----> Click the tabs at the top of the page

http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?stid=48&tab=ham


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