The FCC reminds radio amateurs that a valid e-mail address must be used to work with the ULS.

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ARLB039 FCC Posts Email Address Reminder On ULS Landing Page

ARRL Bulletin 39  ARLB039
From ARRL Headquarters
Newington CT  December 22, 2020
To all radio amateurs

ARLB039 FCC Posts Email Address Reminder On ULS Landing Page

The FCC is encouraging users of the Universal Licensing Service
(ULS) to have an email address on file with the FCC.

The ULS Landing Page can be found at,

“Applicants are strongly encouraged to provide an email address on
their license application(s), which will trigger the electronic
issuance of an official copy of their license(s) to the email
provided upon application grant. Per the timing specified in
Rulemaking FCC 20-126, the FCC will no longer print, and licensees
will no longer be able to request, hard copy license authorizations
sent by mail.”

The Rulemaking can be found online in PDF format at, .

The FCC has not yet established the date by which an email address
will be required on all applications. ARRL VEC already has begun
including email addresses on FCC applications for as many applicants
as possible.

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Aloha es 73 de Russell Roberts (KH6JRM)

Public Information Officer

Hawaii County, ARRL Pacific Section