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Antenna Structure Registration

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Step 4: SEARCH - Finding Registrations & Apps


This search engine allows you to search for both pending applications and granted registrations. It also allows you to search any one field or a combination of fields at the ASR Query screen (e.g., owner name, city and state, FAA Study Number, and Registration Number). Registration is not required to use this search engine.

This search engine allows you to search for both pending applications and granted registrations. It also allows you to search any one field or a combination of fields at the ASR Query screen (e.g., owner name, city and state, FAA Study Number, and Registration Number). Registration is not required to use this search engine.

You may also choose to download the entire database of ASR applications, registrations, and FAA determination records, so that you may manipulate the data to fit your own needs.

Note that only those structures may pose a hazard to air navigation are required to be registered with the Commission. The ASR database is not a comprehensive list of all antenna structures in existence. Moreover, because many registered antenna structures are sited on other facilities - such as water towers or buildings - only a portion of registered structures are "traditional" radio towers.

The ASR data can only tell you who owns a structure, and does not provide information about the number or type of FCC licensees that are sited on the structure. You will need to search FCC licensing databases for specific licensee information. Note that some services that are licensed on a geographic basis - such as cellular - contain limited site data and may not list every location from which the licensee operates.

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Last reviewed/updated on
8/16/2001.