Air Traffic Organization
Frequency Coordination Request
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The Federal Aviation Administration is an agency of the U.S. Federal Government. The FAA network and all nodes attached are provided as a service
to its employees and authorized users. There is no expectation of user privacy in the system. Unauthorized attempts to access, upload,
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and/or civil action or criminal prosecution. Anyone using this system expressly consents to monitoring and is advised that if such monitoring
reveals possible evidence of criminal activity, the FAA may provide the evidence of such monitoring to law enforcement officials, both federal
This is an UNCLASSIFIED system. Under no circumstances shall classified information be entered and/or uploaded into the WebFCR portal. For classified requirements please forward your requirements to FAA over the classified SIPRNet network. If classified information is accidentally entered into and/ or found on the network, please immediately contact the Classified Information Security Manager at desk (202) 267-8584/cell (202) 595-4624, and/or the Manager, Spectrum Assignment and Engineering Group at desk (202) 267-9739/cell (202) 281-6658, and/or the FAA Security Office at (202) 267-5796, (202) 493-5397. Acceptance of this policy is required to gain access to the WebFCR portal.
This website allows online filing and processing of radio frequency applications that require FAA coordination.
If you have a requirement to transmit in any of the below frequency bands or if your emissions overlap these frequencies, you are required to coordinate with the FAA:
**Only frequencies in the 225 - 328.575 and in the 335.425 - 399.999 MHz bands that are designated for Air Traffic Control must be coordinated with the FAA. Operation on these frequencies requires a Department of Defense Sponsor and approval of the Military Assignment Group (MAG).
***Frequencies in the band that are going to be used for Link16 (JTIDS) should NOT be coordinated through this website. For Federal applicants of Link16, submit your request directly to NTIA for permanent assignments or coordinate with the Navy Marine Corps Spectrum Center (NMSC) for temporary assignments. For non-Federal applicants, coordinate your request with NMSC through a Department of Defense sponsor.
Access to this website is limited to entities that have a requirement to conduct radio frequency coordination with the FAA.
This may include government agencies, the military services, industry, and non-federal airports.
Coordination with the FAA shall be accomplished by establishing an account and filing through this website before filing an
application with the National Telecommunication and Information Administration (NTIA) or the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
To establish an account, please submit a request by accessing the “Register” link on the right. Further instructions on how to file for coordination is provided after you log in.
Please contact the WebFCR System Administrator at (202) 267-0400 if you have any questions or need assistance.
This is an UNCLASSIFIED SYSTEM. Under no circumstances shall classified information be entered and/or uploaded into the WebFCR Portal.