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Maybe if you post something Bill doesn’t like your sent to the principal’s office and delt with there. I know when I was an elite member of a Commodore 64 computer club back in he day and someone did something the others didn’t like we had a tele trial and if your found guilty you’d be punished. Its how this board feels to me as well. You have ranks from lamer who has to be watched and then others who can express themselves a little more. But if you step out of line you’ll find yourself not welcome really fast over their site. I know Bill has to keep things tip top with the FCC and his fellow members of Clear Channel as he does mention Clear Channel. Now you can imagine how Clear Channel may feel about FM part 15 operators! So if you piss Bill off over their you’ll find yourself in a huge boat load of trouble. Its why I’m gonna watch any behavior I may have that Clear Channel would frown upon. I can tell you this they DON’T like the Sainsonic AX-05B even though I told Bill about the new revised -48dbm (legal) setting and asked him to test it for spewing out harmonics. I do want to know what this thing will do even though at the -48dbm setting it won’t even go outside my house unless I’m under a power line. Yes this TX is doing carrier current FM (I don’t know how this is happening) but at the low setting as long as I’m on top of the same line I hear my transmitter on a car Radio. Away from the lines at low power I don’t hear it outside. How is this? I didn’t think carrier current FM would work. I think SainSonic figured how but nowhere does it document carrier current FM. Yet I’ve seen behavior on the low power setting that shows this happening. I wish I could find someone 2-3 miles away on the same power line to try and see if they can hear my station when they plug their Radio in. I assume carrier current FM is not illegal as long as the field strength is not that high. It truly is an accident as I didn’t modify this transmitter to make this happon. And how far would the carrier current FM really go? I’m thinking it was a bug and its feeding into the neutral side. I know around 300-600 Feet you hear it under the power lines (Right Under less than 20 feet). Its noisey but comes in.