Frequency Coordination

The FCC Mandated Frequency Coordination process for Microwave Systems begins with interference analysis and frequency selection. As the number of microwave users continues to increase, selecting frequencies has become more complex. Our interference study programs take into account industry guidelines, antenna characteristics, terrain loss, radio characteristics, etc. Our degreed engineers are skilled in alternatives that are available, and they will work closely with the client to determine the best result. We find channels where others can’t.

FCC rules governing the coordination process can be found in CFR Title 47, Part 101.103(d).

Once we find available frequencies we notify other nearby microwave users through the Prior Coordination Notice (PCN) process. After obtaining clearance we can file the client's application directly with the FCC, or we can provide the appropriate documentation to assist the client in filing their own applications.

To submit your technical parameters for frequency selection, download our Path Information Sheet and return to us at .