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I’m on the same page with the ID’s which was one of the reasons I started the thread. My out of the box thinking was that if I’m running the station and trying to be sure my station is not jamming anything and that I want my signal to be clean and only transmitting on the frequency I intended frequency the best way to find out if and when my transmitter acts up so I can correct it or change trasmitters is to give the audience a way to get ahold of me the operator of the station. I can almost safe say that most of not all of us on this site don’t intend to keep operating knowing our transmitter is a issue with other stations and services. There is always that person who wants to play God and this is something you’ll either deal with right away or when Mr God desides to make complaints to the FCC field instector. I’d think the FCC will take less offence to someone who tries to run a clean station than someone who tries to hide by not IDing themselves.
Lets just hope I don’t run into another Bill who wants to go after micro broadcasters.