Why and when you need a licence and how to get one. Ofcom licences include Radiocommunications,Radio Broadcast and TV Broadcast
Help and advice with your phone, broadband, TV, radio and postal services.
Find information on applying for or renewing an Ofcom radio-communications licence. This section also includes information on spectrum trading and liberalisation, a process which enables transfer or variations on …
Ofcom is the communications regulator in the UK. We regulate the TV and radio sectors, fixed line telecoms, mobiles, postal services, plus the airwaves over which wireless devices operate.
Please tell us what you want to complain about. If Ofcom can't deal with your complaint, we'll tell you who you should contact.
Ofcom is responsible for managing civilian use of the radio spectrum. Our work involves releasing spectrum for new uses, such as 4G, as well as developing policies to ensure that the spectrum is used efficiently.
Amateur radio, sometimes known as ham radio, is both a hobby and a service that uses various types of radio equipment allowing communication with other radio amateurs for the purpose of self-training, recreation and …
Everything you need to know about the licensing process for analogue, digital and community radio stations. You'll also find the latest radio broadcasting updates, as well as information on radio station formats and …
If you use a radio system for your business then you will need a licence from Ofcom. Business radio users range from taxi companies and factories, to hospitals, care homes, industrial sites and transport operators.