Ofcom release new Light Licence Application

Posted on 23/02/2018

Ofcom have updated the Application Form for BR Light Licences issued to cover relatively minor improvements addressing:

1. Latest Ofcom style and readability requirements

2. Applicant is asked to tick a box confirming that the equipment to be used in the radio system is compliant with Interface Requirement 2044 

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