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Filing Ownership Changes in the Antenna Structure Registration (ASR) System

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This article provides information on how to file an Qwnership Change in the Antenna Structure Registration (ASR) system. You would file an Ownership Change to notify the Commission of a change in ownership for a registered antenna structure. Ownership changes for more than one registration can be submitted on the same application.

Steps to Filing a Request to Change Owner Information on a Registration in ASR
  1. Log in to ASR Online Filing with your FCC Registration Number (FRN) and password.
  2. Click on the Ownership Change button.
  3. Enter the FRN of the assignor, the entity to whom the structure is currently registered, and click Continue.
  4. 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.

  5. Click on the Save and Continue button to navigate to the application.
  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.

  9. 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 Change Owner Information on a Registration in ASR

Will I owe a filing fee?

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

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This article provides information on Modifying a Registration in the Antenna Structure Registration (ASR) system. You would modify a registration to change technical data about the structure. To file a Modification to an Antenna Structure Registration (ASR) the tower must be in a Constructed status. The FCC put this restriction in place to promote air safety by ensuring that a notice of construction can only be filed against an approved registration record. If the tower is constructed and you have not filed the required notification, you must do so prior to filing your modification.

Major Modifications will require Environmental Notification. The following changes are considered to be Major Modifications:

  1. Increasing Overall AGL Height by more than 20 feet (6.1 m), or by more than 10% of the total tower height
  2. Submitting an environmental assessment
  3. Changing the registered lighting to a less-preferred lighting style

- Ranking of FAA lighting styles, from most preferred to least preferred:

  1. No lights
  2. No red steady lights
  3. Red steady lights

The following changes are considered to be Minor Modifications and do not require Environmental Notice:

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

Antenna Structure Registration - Help

This article provides information on filing an application to register a new antenna structure in the Antenna Structure Registration (ASR) system. Almost all new antenna structure registrations require environmental notice. There is a series of help articles about the Environmental Notification Process.

Steps to Filing a New Antenna Structure Registration in ASR
  1. Log in to ASR Online Filing with your FCC Registration Number (FRN) and password.
  2. Click on the Register New Structure button.
  3. Complete the required fields. Navigate through the application by clicking on the Save and Continue button.
  4. On the Application Summary page click on the Sign and Submit button.
  5. 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.

  6. 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.

This will be part one of the Environmental Notification Process. After submitting the partially completed Form 854, you are required to provide local notice of the proposed tower registration by publication in a local newspaper or by other means. You must provide this local notice on or before the date you selected for posting the proposed registration on the FCC’s website.

Requesting a Duplicate Registration in the Antenna Structure Registration (ASR) System

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This article provides information on how to request a Duplicate Registration in the Antenna Structure Registration (ASR) system.

Steps to Filing a Request for a Duplicate 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 Request Duplicate 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 for a Duplicate Registration in ASR

Will I owe a filing fee?

No.

What is the difference between a Request for a Duplicate Registration and a Reference Copy of a Registration?

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

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This article provides information on submitting a Notification of Antenna Structure Dismantlement in the Antenna Structure Registration (ASR) system. You would file a Notification of Dismantlement if the constructed antenna structure was dismantled or destroyed. This could be the result of the owner dismantling the structure, natural disaster, erosion, etc.

Steps to Filing a Dismantlement 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 Structure Dismantlement.
  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 Structure Dismantlement.
  6. Enter the date dismantled 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.
  9. Note: By typing your first and last name in the name fields you have signed your application.

  10. 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 Dismantlement Notification Application in ASR

Will I owe a filing fee?

No.

Am I required to file a dismantlement notification?

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