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Resetting an FCC Registration Number (FRN) Password in the Universal Licensing System (ULS)

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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?

A password must be at least 6 characters and must include three of the four character types: 

  • Uppercase letters (A, B, C, etc)
  • Lowercase letters (a, b, c, etc)
  • Special characters (~, !, @, etc)
  • Numbers (1, 2, 3, etc)

 

 

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