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Four Steps To A PEG System

  1. Determine radio coverage needs.
  2. Share you site locations with us.
  3. We obtain a PEG candidate frequency list from the FCC then assign the best suited for each portion of your radio system.
  4. We program ship the radios. You test and purchase the license.

You should be license within 20 days


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Step One

 

Step Two

 Discuss the radio coverage needs and potential property/site assets with all involved in the project.  Each property/site can potentially be used as a system resource for  home and central base stations and/or infrastructure (repeater/Remote Node relay station) etc.   Using Google Earth, mark each site(s) location and indicate the possible usage.  Save the location(s) as a single KMZ file and send it to US Preparatory for evaluation.  We look over your potential site(s) list to get a feel for the group's needs.  We will contact you to discuss a plan of action. 
     

Step Three

 

Step Four

 An optional but highly recommended step!  PEG Radio Analysis Services show the potential of each available site with Signal Mapping and Signal Path Analysis.  This can save weeks of time and effort during the testing phase of your system to confirm site and rule out others.   Once you're satisfied with the plan, we submit a request for a candidate frequency list from our FCC Coordinator Team.  We study the available frequency list, assigning the highest rated frequencies best suited for each portion of your radio system. 
     

Step Five 

 

Step Six 

 Your purchased radio testing equipment package(s) will be programmed then prepared and shipped to you.  If you purchased a PEG Radio Analysis Service you'll receive a KML coverage map overlay file along with other system support documents.
  With our guidance, radio coverage testing is conducted by the group.  When the group is satisfied with coverage tests the license can be purchased. The processing of your  new PEG license is typically completed in less than 20 days.

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