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About using telephone to do it – I’d be willing to shell out a little bit of $$ for the equipment to get started, but I don’t want to pay for the airtime / linetime once it’s in use. That’s why I don’t want to use telephone or internet to do it (besides I often wouldn’t have internet access at the receiving location so I wouldn’t be able to hear it live.)
Ok, so this may not be part 15, but does anyone know if there’s any way I could get a permit from the FCC that would basically help me get the range I need? I don’t need to use the AM BCB (although 520kHz or 1710kHz MIGHT be an option). If I could possibly get an FCC license/permit for this type of periodic non-broadcast (it’s not intended for reception by the general public) operation, what would be a good frequency range to try for (for the combination of best reliable surface wave range, not too much transmitter power (so I don’t blow a circuit breaker at the transmitting end or fry someone standing next to the antenna), and short antenna (which may possibly be an indoor vertical radiator whip antenna without a groundplane)? Also how much might I have to pay for the license?