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Its why it should be another service (Similar to part 15) where there is no cost (Or Little) maybe when you buy the Transmitters the cost could be put into them sort of like what Canada does with all storage media to suit the CRIA (An RIAA type group). When you purchase a CLPFM certified transmitter this cost could be in there and so much goes to the NAB to keep them happy with hobby Radio comming onto FM. I’d just like to call it Hobby Radio FM class of permit or HLPFM (Hobby Low Power FM) or MLPFM (Micro Low Power FM). But with the class you would sort of apply like a CBer did. You get a call sign but maybe different from a normal station. An example P15thelegacy your call sign would have a p15 befoe it. Or MLPTHELEGACY. MLPLEG something like that with the MLP before it. It could have the initials of your station followed by your zip code TLEG 27909 would be the call. The FCC gets a complaint that TLEG 27909 is interfering with other stations services they know to call me and I’d have to correct the issue or get off the air. I’d probably have to get a different transmitter or drop power closer to -48DBM till the problem is solved.