The Trade Association for the mobile communications industry in the UK.
The UK’s premier independent membership body for professionals and organisations focused on exploiting communications, networking and ICT, for business advantage.
The On Site Communications Association (OSCA) is a body of companies that has been operating since 1963. It was originally formed as the Radio Paging Association, to serve the radiopaging community.
Ofcom's Online Licensing Service
Ofcom's frequently asked questions about Business Radio.
Information about Business Radio.
Ofcom is required to exempt radio stations, equipment or apparatus from the need to hold a wireless telegraphy licence where their use is not likely to involve any undue interference to other legitimate use of radio spectrum.
In the UK the use of any radio transmitting device is required to be either licensed or specifically exempted from licensing under the Wireless Telegraphy Act 2006 (WT Act 2006). For mobile telephones, the use of the spectrum by the network operators is licensed to cover the use of transmitters and repeaters which are under their control, while user devices (i.e.handsets) are covered by a general exemption. It should be noted in particular that cellular repeaters / boosters / enhancers are not exempted devices.
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antennaPRO, the official distributor for Amphenol Procom throughout the UK, Ireland and Commonwealth.Supplying the Blue Light, Commercial, Government, IOT, Military, Public Safety, Transport, Security and Utility sectors with Tetra, LMR, Marine and Aviation solutions from the Procom, Skymasts and Jaybeam Wireless portfolio of products - All under one roof!
Electronics Notes: providing accessible reference information about all aspects of electronics and radio for engineers, radio amateurs and students.