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So is the FCC thinking two categories of FM transmitters for certification? And since they believe these car Transmitter are such low power that it does not matter the fact that you can transmit on 87. 9? Remember certification is three fourths of the law. I can’t imagine someone buying this Transmitter from Walmart and getting a NOUO for transmitting on 87.9 megahertz. See this is the problem. If the FCC’s certification is not written in stone then what the heck do we need an FCC for? There are too many double standards in their rules for part 15. That was what I’m trying to say not everything is written in the part 15 rule Bible. 1 minute someone gets a citation for transmitting on 87.9 megahertz and it is and that it is not legal under any power that and next you have a certified Transmitter in which blatantly transmits on 87.9 megahertz. So it sounds like to me that the same rules do not fit for all. If that is the case then they are not doing their job as spectrum management. I can see why some law makers are stripping funding to the FCC. Plus those part 15 rules to the best of my understanding are somewhat outdated. Reason for so is that certification. Technology changes as the years go on. Their problem is that they are not keeping up with the new technology. If channel 6 wasn’t used during let’s say 2012 now they’re planning on using it again it would explain why now they are no longer certified. But that would give them no license to be a turncoat on the subject. Because they should have thought well before acting. That is their screw up. The problem here is that lawmakers are not held accountable enough for their actions. So then to why should they expect a operator of a certified Transmitter to act differently then the certification and what it was designed for? This is something of interest and an accident waiting to happen.