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Schedule of Application Fees

BJ radionut

Supporting Member and 6m addict
May 9, 2008
35 miles East of Indianapolis
Federal Communications Commission Washington, DC 20554
In the Matter of Amendment of the Schedule of Application Fees Set Forth in Sections 1.1102 through 1.1109 of the Commission’s Rules ) ) ) ) )
MD Docket No. 20-270 REPORT AND ORDER
Adopted: December 23, 2020
Released: December 29, 2020

By the Commission:
In this Report and Order, we adopt a new application fee schedule that significantly updates the Commission’s previous fee schedule in both types of applications and other processes covered by the fee requirement and also in the fee amounts. The new and revised application fees we adopt today apply to a broad spectrum of filings processed by the Commission, including applications, modifications, amendments, and renewals of wireless, broadcast, and satellite licenses, applications to participate in auctions, tariff filings, formal complaints, and certain petitions.

Personal licenses include Amateur Radio Service licenses (used for recreational, noncommercial radio services), Ship licenses (used to operate all manner of ships), Aircraft licenses (used to operate all manner of aircraft), Commercial Radio Operator licenses (permits for ship and aircraft station operators, where required), and General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS) licenses (used for shortdistance, two-way voice communications using hand-held radios, as well as for short data messaging applications

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Well-Known Member
Jun 29, 2012
Connecticut mobile
Hopefully it is $35 for each application.
Supposedly there are guys who collect 1x3,2x1,1x2 etc calls and just juggle them around in the system so they never get put back in the pool. This would at least make this crappy behavior cost something.


Supporting Member
Jul 6, 2014
Payson, AZ
So if want to keep a license I have to pay $35 once every ten years? Guess I better start saving up, just seven years until the next renewal. Hope I can sock away that kind of cash in such a short time.

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