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OK, but the point I’m trying to make is that if I put a part 15 station on the air as a hobby for my kids and I to hear around the house and on my acerage, didn’t make a dime off it, didn’t take out any advertising in the local paper, and by chance if some of the neighbors happened to discover it and listen in, so be it. It is really nothing more than an over the air intercom, for my personal use,with no Call letters etc. The only difference being that the music source is delivered via airwave rather than by intercom wire. Again, you are assuming that you are a
“Broadcaster” and with the tiny limited range of a Part 15, you are not a Broadcaster by the legal definition according to the FCC, unless you break the rules, power up, at which point you become a “Pirate”.