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I don’t agree with what that other site did and I’d use a VPN and there are a few good FREE ones you can use to visit the site anonymously. It should never be visited without a VPN. And I’d be sure to change all of your user names on that site so he doesn’t know who you are and where you live. Yes there is good info there as is with any other “Trap site” so everyone can still visit the site but don’t do it without a VPN or proxy server and make sure its an anonymous proxy server not a transparent proxy. A good place to check to see if your Internet is truly scrambled is http://ipdatabase.com and en.utrace.de. Privateinternetaccess is a good site to go to for VPN and best canada VPN are a few FREE ones to use. I’d really shell out the $9/mo and use BTGuard or a good paid VPN if your gonna visit hobbybroadcaster as they have servers in diferent countries. You could sign up for multiple accounts so he does not know who is using what account. Maybe use 30-50 different anonymous accounts under different countries. Cyberghost VPN has tons of servers too. Privacy on these trap sites is a must because it won’t be long till your investigated just for visiting a “Trap Site” like your a common criminal.
As for the part 15 rules: there seems to be something going on with the 87.9 being soon aded to part 15. The Scoche transmitter (I know they are those 10 inch from your receiver’s antenna) transmitter bit I saw they go down to 87.9. Could the FCC be revising part 15 FM a bit? Plus I’m sure the dude at the other site doesn’t realize that the Decade CM-10 transmitter that he talks about is really a chinese (HLLY) transmitter modified. And this is why HLLY and SainSonic AX-05B is FCC Part 15 Certified. Its a HLLY inside and out. And funny thing is that some of the wording is a copy cat of the Whole House FM Transmitter 3.0 when they talk about not needing a license because their transmitters are certified.
Unless he works for the FCC he doesn’t know what is comming around the bend but I can tell you every tech geek knows FM Radio is seeing its better days and broadcasters are looking to Internet Radio as a better medium than FM Radio. Many cars have built in Hot Spots and Internet Radio’s in the dash. It won’t be long till you’ll be using your Internet Radio for all broadcasts and FM will be for those who are on food stamps and can’t even afford Internet to begin with. I think some of the food stamp phones have FM Radio’s in them.