Denver Selects Federal Engineering to Help with Microwave Licenses
Monday, August 01, 2022 | Comments

The city and county of Denver, Colorado, retained Federal Engineering (FE) to assist with researching and modifying their FCC microwave radio network licenses in support of their new radio network.

“Federal Engineering has been supporting Denver with their procurement and implementation of our Project 25 Phase 2 public-safety mobile radio system,” said Gary Pasicznyk, project manager for Denver. “We rely upon FE for a wide range of technical support including licensing matters.”

Federal engineering will:
• Review licenses, assess site information and determine any differences
• Analyze path details and links per licenses
• Validate our findings with the client
• Submit requested modifications to Denver’s FCC licenses
• Monitor FCC progress on the submitted requests for modification

“We will continue to be involved in this process until the revised FCC licenses are issued,” said FE Senior Vice President Chuck Hnot.

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