Frequency Coordination

Committed to Providing a Total Solution to Your Communication Systems Needs

A long-time FCC-certified Frequency Coordinator for organizations that rely on their communications networks for their day-to-day and critical operations. UTC Spectrum Services is the premier provider of timely, reliable, and creditable coordination and engineering services.

At UTC Spectrum Services you will find the resources to launch, expand, or enhance any system with speed and ease – and the ability to ensure its safety, reliability, and effectiveness. Our complete range of services spans allocation of spectrum, frequency coordination and filing, regulatory/legal information and guidance, safety and training tools, and our frequency notification system, Frequency Sentry.

UTC Spectrum Services can provide the spectrum and engineering services you need!

Frequency Coordination is the essential foundation for any private radio system. Instead of struggling with planning, paperwork, and red-tape; you can rely on UTC Spectrum Services for superior quality and results.

It takes an immense amount of time and specialized knowledge to prepare the required FCC and other forms properly. UTC Spectrum Services will handle all the details from start to filing and unmatched expertise in electronic filing via the Universal Licensing System (ULS). UTC can provide frequency coordination in the VHF, UHF, 800 & 900 MHz two-way bands, as well as for MAS and microwave systems.

UTC Spectrum Services offers License Sentry, a service designed to manage and protect your licensed spectrum.  Use UTC’s decades of experience to monitor, modify, renew and report on your FCC licenses, while your professionals gain more time for other projects.  It’s efficient, it’s safe, and it allows a better use for valuable personnel.

UTC Spectrum Services has an exclusive, unique frequency notification service called Frequency Sentry. The upgraded service notifies participating customers when applications are filed that are co-channel with, or on adjacent channels to, their designated PLMRS or MAS frequencies, within customers’ own preferred parameters.