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Filing a Pleading in the Antenna Structure Registration (ASR) System

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This article provides information on filing a Pleading for an application in the Antenna Structure Registration (ASR) system. There is a separate help article about filing a Request for Environmental Review.

Steps to Filing a Pleading in ASR
  1. Go to the Pleadings Page.
  2. Select the Pleading Type from the drop down box
  3. Enter the Filer and Contact Information and click Continue
  4. Click the File Number button
  5. Enter the File Number in the box and click Submit

    Note: Repeat Step 5 for each File Number

  6. Check the box next to each File Number and click Continue
  7. Select the Type of Pleading, Browse the location to upload the pleading, enter a Description of the pleading, and click Add Attachment

    Note: Repeat Step 7 for each separate file you want to upload

  8. Click Submit Pleading
FAQs – Filing a Pleading in ASR

Are there specific FCC rules regarding filing pleadings?

Yes. Some of the rules you should be familiar with are: 1.45, 1.47, 1.106, and 1.939. The content of these rules are available at the Rules Page.

Where does my pleading go once I submit it?

Pleadings are associated in ASR with each application (File Number) that you entered on the Pleadings Page. You can enter the File Number in the ASR Application Search to find your pleading.

How long does it take for the FCC to review and process my Pleading?

Pleadings are processed on a case-by-case basis.

 

 

Updating FCC Registration Number (FRN) Information in the Antenna Structure Registration System (ASR)

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This article provides information on updating your FCC Registration Number (FRN) information. To update your FRN information, you need to complete FCC Form 161. The easiest way to complete FCC Form 161 is online by following the steps below.

Note: Updating your FRN information does not update information in the FCC’s licensing systems such as the Universal Licensing System (ULS) or Antenna Structure Registration (ASR) System. If you need to update information about licenses, you need to access the specific licensing systems.

Steps to Updating FCC Registration Number (FRN) Information
  1. Go to the FCC Commission’s Registration System (CORES) and Click Update.
  2. Enter your FRN and Password and click Continue.
  3. Complete the registration information and click Submit.
FAQs – Updating FCC Registration Number (FRN) Information

I entered my password incorrectly in step # 2 above and I’m locked out. What should I do?

You can reset your password by following the steps in the Resetting an FCC Registration Number (FRN) Password article.

 

 

Getting an FCC Registration Number (FRN) in the Antenna Structure Registration System (ASR)

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This article provides information on getting an FCC Registration Number (FRN). You need an FRN if you are “doing business with the FCC.” To get an FRN, you need to complete FCC Form 160. The easiest way to complete FCC Form 160 is online by following the steps below.

Steps to Getting an FCC Registration Number (FRN)
  1. Go to the Commission’s Registration System (CORES) and Click Register.
  2. Answer whether the FRN is for an individual or business and whether the address for the contact is within the U.S. and click Continue.
  3. Complete the registration information and click Submit.
FAQs – Getting an FCC Registration Number (FRN)

Why do I need an FCC Registration Number (FRN)?

The Debt Collection Improvement Act of 1996 (DCIA) sets out to improve collection of delinquent government debts. As a result of the DCIA, the FCC and other executive agencies collect the Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) from each individual or organization doing business with a federal agency, including applicants for, or recipients of, a federal license or permit.

You register your information in the FCC’s Commission Registration System (CORES) and are immediately issued an FCC Registration Number (FRN) and password that is tied to the TIN you provided.

What information do I need to provide to get an FCC Registration Number (FRN)?

Resetting an FCC Registration Number (FRN) Password in the Antenna Structure Registration System (ASR)

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This article provides information about resetting FCC Registration Number (FRN) passwords. There are two options for resetting an FRN password:

  1. Providing your Personal Security Question (PSQ) or
  2. Setting up a Personal Security Question (PSQ).

You can view other help articles about logins/passwords on the right side of this page.

Steps to Resetting an FCC Registration Number (FRN) Password if you have a Personal Security Question (PSQ)
  1. Go to the FRN Password Reset Page and click Reset Password.
  2. Enter your FRN and click Continue.
  3. Enter your Personal Security Question Answer and click Continue.
  4. Enter your new password in both boxes and click Continue.

    Note: Your new password is available immediately.

Steps to Resetting an FCC Registration Number (FRN) Password if you do not have a Personal Security Question (PSQ)
  1. Go to the FRN Password Reset Page and click Set Personal Security Question.
  2. Complete the information, check the Certify box and click Submit.

    Note: You can track the status of your request by using the Tracking Number your received. A request to set up a PSQ is usually completed within one business day. You will receive an email when your PSQ has been set.

FAQs – Resetting an FCC Registration Number (FRN) Password

What does a password consist of?

Filing a Construction Notification in the Antenna Structure Registration (ASR) System

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This article provides information on submitting a Construction Notification in the Antenna Structure Registration (ASR) system. You would file a construction notification when the construction/alteration is completed as outlined in your registration.

Steps to Filing a Construction Notification Application in ASR
  1. Log in to ASR Online Filing with your FCC Registration Number (FRN) and password.
  2. On the Antenna Structure Registration Dashboard click on the drop-down arrow on the More Actions button.
  3. Select the purpose Notify Completion of Construction.
  4. On the Registration Manager page click on the registration number you would like to update.
  5. On the Registration at a Glance page click on the drop-down arrow on the More Actions button and select Notify Completion of Construction.
  6. Enter the date constructed or last altered then click on the Save and Continue button.
  7. On the Application Summary page click on the Sign and Submit button
  8. Complete the Certification page and click the Submit Application button.

    Note: By typing your first and last name in the name fields you have signed your application.

  9. You will receive a confirmation of application submission that shows the file number and status. Click the Back to Home button to return to the Antenna Structure Registration Dashboard.
FAQs – Filing a Construction Notification Application in ASR

Will I owe a filing fee?

No.

Am I required to file a construction notification?

Yes. Within 24 hours of completion of the construction.

Cancelling a Registration in the Antenna Structure Registration (ASR) System

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This article provides information on Cancelling a Registration in the Antenna Structure Registration (ASR) system. You can cancel a registration for an antenna structure that has not been constructed (project abandoned). Cancellation requests for more than one registration can be submitted on the same application.

Steps to Filing a Request to Cancel a Registration in ASR
  1. Log in to ASR Online Filing with your FCC Registration Number (FRN) and password.
  2. On the Antenna Structure Registration Dashboard click on the drop-down arrow on the More Actions button.
  3. Select the purpose Cancel Registration.
  4. On the Select Registrations page select one or more checkboxes next to the registrations you would like to cancel.

    Optional: Once all registrations have been selected, click the Selected tab to validate your list of selected registrations.

  5. Click on the Save and Continue button to navigate to the Application Summary.
  6. On the Application Summary page click on the Sign and Submit button.
  7. Complete the Certification page and click the Submit Application button.

    Note: By typing your first and last name in the name fields you have signed your application.

  8. You will receive a confirmation of application submission that shows the file number(s) and status. Click the Back to Home button to return to the Antenna Structure Registration Dashboard.
FAQs – Filing a Request to Cancel a Registration in ASR

Will I owe a filing fee?

No.

Why can’t I see the registrations I want to cancel in step 4?

Amending an Application in the Antenna Structure Registration (ASR) System

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This article provides information on Amending an Application in the Antenna Structure Registration (ASR) system. There are generally three reasons for you to amend an application in ASR:

  1. You need to change some information on an application that is pending.
  2. Your application that was pending environmental notice is now ready for certification.
  3. You received a Notice of Return letter from the FCC and you must respond to the letter.

A request to amend an application may require a new Environmental Notice.

Steps to Filing a Request to Amend an Application in ASR
  1. Log in to ASR Online Filing with your FCC Registration Number (FRN) and password.
  2. On the Antenna Structure Registration Dashboard click on the drop-down arrow on the More Actions button.
  3. Select the purpose Amend Application.
  4. On the Application Manager page click on the file number you would like to amend.
  5. On the Application at a Glance page click on the Amend Application button.
  6. Complete the required fields. Navigate through the application by clicking on the Save and Continue button.
  7. On the Application Summary page click on the Sign and Submit button
  8. Complete the Certification page and click the Submit Application button..

    Note: By typing your first and last name in the name fields you have signed your application.

Withdrawing an Application in the Antenna Structure Registration (ASR) System

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This article provides information on Withdrawing an Application in the Antenna Structure Registration (ASR) system. Applications with a status of pending or returned can be withdrawn. You can withdraw one or more applications on the same filing.

Steps to Filing a Request to Withdraw an Application in ASR
  1. Log in to ASR Online Filing with your FCC Registration Number (FRN) and password.
  2. On the Antenna Structure Registration Dashboard click on the drop-down arrow on the More Actions button.
  3. Select the purpose Withdraw Application.
  4. On the Select Applications page select one or more checkboxes next to the applications you would like to withdraw..

    Optional: Once all applications have been selected, click the Selected tab to validate your list of selected applications.

  5. Click on the Save and Continue button to navigate to the Application Summary.
  6. On the Application Summary page click on the Sign and Submit button.
  7. Complete the Certification page and click the Submit Application button.

    Note: By typing your first and last name in the name fields you have signed your application.

  8. You will receive a confirmation of application submission that shows the file number(s) and status. Click the Back to Home button to return to the Antenna Structure Registration Dashboard.
FAQs – Filing a Request to Withdraw an Application in ASR

Will I owe a filing fee?

No.

How do I know if my application is received at the FCC?

Updating Administrative Information on a Registration in the Antenna Structure Registration (ASR) System

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This article provides information on how to update administrative information on a Registration in the Antenna Structure Registration (ASR) system. You would file a request to update administrative information on a registration to change information such as the owner and contact mailing address, phone number, or e-mail address. Administrative updates for more than one registration can be submitted on the same application.

Steps to Filing a Request to Update Administrative Information on a Registration in ASR
  1. Log in to ASR Online Filing with your FCC Registration Number (FRN) and password.
  2. On the Antenna Structure Registration Dashboard click on the Update Administrative Information button.
  3. On the Select Registrations page select one or more checkboxes next to the registrations you would like to update.

    Optional: Once all registrations have been selected, click the Selected tab to validate your list of selected registrations.

  4. Click on the Save and Continue button to navigate to the application.
  5. Complete the required fields. Navigate through the application by clicking on the Save and Continue button.
  6. On the Application Summary page click on the Sign and Submit button.
  7. Complete the Certification page and click the Submit Application button.

    Note: By typing your first and last name in the name fields you have signed your application.

Registration of a Replacement Antenna Structure in the Antenna Structure Registration (ASR) System

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This article provides information on filing an application to register a replacement antenna structure in the Antenna Structure Registration (ASR) system. A replacement structure replaces an existing antenna structure at the same geographic location. Registration of a replacement antenna structure does not require Environmental Notice.

An antenna structure cannot be considered a replacement if any of the following conditions apply:

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