Providing comprehensive radio frequency coordination for public safety agencies.
AFC is APCO's spectrum management arm, providing comprehensive radio frequency coordination for public safety agencies. With the most experienced staff and the largest network of volunteer experts, AFC is the only organization that provides full radio frequency management services for public safety agencies.
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AFC now offers engineering and licensing services in support of microwave radio systems. Learn more.
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As an FCC-certified coordinator, APCO AFC can help you apply for, or modify, the license required to operate a two-way radio system.
Our professional full-time staff has experience in application preparation and processing, licensing, FCC Rules and Regulations, and the coordination process, and can provide you with full-service licensing preparation.
Submissions made easier with interactive online forms for these licensing services:
- Renewal Request
- Request for Buildout Notification
- Termination Pending & Pleading
- Licensing Service Worksheet
Get peace of mind when you have AFC review your license for compliance with FCC Rules and Regulations, ensure adherence to future FCC changes and provide support for time sensitive requirements.
We have the tools to help you determine the specific availability of spectrum, analyze the potential for interference, locate an acceptable frequency, and face other engineering challenges.
This network of public safety communications experts trained in FCC licensing and frequency coordination procedures can help applicants with the coordination process, answer questions about FCC rules and procedures, and investigate interference problems.
If you are a public safety licensee experiencing interference, submit a compliance request report to APCO, the FCC's point of contact for interference below 512 MHz.
AFC is a division of APCO International – a non-profit organization dedicated to serving those in public safety communications.
Contact AFC at 888-APCO-911 (888-272-6911) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.