In the United States, FCC stands for Federal Communications Commission. The Federal Communications Commission is a government agency spearheaded by five commissioners who have the responsibility of regulating domestic an... More »

To obtain an FCC license, first pass a technical test administered by an approved coordinator. Once the test is passed, you must register with the FCC and obtain a number that then becomes your unique ID in all transacti... More »

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The Federal Communications Commission has more than 40 databases on its website that allow users to search for licenses. The databases allow users to search by various criteria, including applications and complaints. More »

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The Federal Communications Commission has more than 40 databases on its website that allow users to search for licenses. The databases allow users to search by various criteria, including applications and complaints. More »

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The FCC database, the EDOCS, allows individuals to search daily diary entries for FCC documents that were posted to the FCC website since March of 1996. Individuals can also search document indexes, menu reports, electro... More »

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To obtain an FCC license, first pass a technical test administered by an approved coordinator. Once the test is passed, you must register with the FCC and obtain a number that then becomes your unique ID in all transacti... More »

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The coordination number of a face-centered cubic, or FCC, is 12. This represents the number of other atoms that an atom touches within the crystal lattice structure. More »