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Updated 12/09/17

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The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is an independent government agency that regulates communications involving radio, television, satellite and cable. The Wireless Telecommunications Branch handles the licensing of frequencies that include public safety and local government communications. On a daily basis, this branch generates all of the granted licenses processed for the entire country and makes them available to the public. These grants hightlight licenses that are new, renewed, canceled, expired and modified.

The objective of this site is to provide the most up to date information on Public Safety, Industrial, Railroad and Business license grants in the State of Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Michigan, Missouri and Iowa. While information contained in the Grant Pages are from the FCC, this site is not affiliated in any way with the FCC.

All license grant information is updated weekly and is usually ready for download on Sundays.
Note: PKUnzip (PC/Windows) or StuffIt / ZipIt(Mac) is required to open downloaded files.

All Grants are for week ending 12/09/17
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Illinois Illinois Illinois Search FCC Database 1
Indiana Indiana Indiana Search FCC Database 2
Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Visit the ULS Web site
Michigan Michigan Michigan FCC Wireless Web Site
Missouri Missouri Missouri ULS Reference Copy Web site
Iowa Iowa Iowa Glenn Mitchell Radio Grants
Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky

Questions, comments and suggestions are always welcome.
Please e-mail inquiries to  Jerry Smith
Member of the Chicago Area Radio Monitoring Association. (CARMA)

Disclaimer:  While every effort is made to ensure data is accurate, errors can and occasionally do occur.    Neither the FCC nor the web master of this site shall be liable for any errors in the content or for any actions taken in reliance thereon.  This site is in no way affiliated with the FCC. Questions regarding FCC operations should be directed to the FCC.