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The FCC is responsible for managing and licensing the electromagnetic spectrum for commercial users and for non-commercial users including: state, county and local governments. This includes public safety, commercial and non-commercial fixed and mobile wireless services, broadcast television and radio, satellite and other services. In licensing the spectrum, the Commission promotes efficient and reliable access to the spectrum for a variety of innovative uses as well as promotes public safety and emergency response. FCC Licensing Systems include: Universal Licensing System (ULS), Broadcast Radio and Television Electronic Filing System (CDBS), Cable Operations and Licensing System (COALS), International Bureau Electronic Filing System (MyIBFS), and OET Experimental Licensing System Electronic Filing. For more details see:
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