@Tim: You mentioned some time back that you were thinking about adding a second transmitter for your daughter’s location? Did you do this and if no, how about leaving your installation intact and do the ground mounted test when you purchase the second transmitter? Just a thought.
I have noticed on other popular Part 15 sites that the mud continues to be stirred about H.R.5709 and its relationship with legal Part 15 operators. Please read the definition of a radio pirate HERE.
@Mark: I think has a lot to do with demographics. For example, here in Florida much of the pirate activity is in the Miami area. There is a significant Haitian population and as such many of the stations are of that nature.
Verified: Mean from an accredited test lab have verified conformance of applicable standards. In the case of digital devices (Unintentional Radiators) the devices are classified as Class A and Class B with one being an industrial environment and one being a residential environment respectively. Class B devices require certification.
AMRadiolegend replied to the topic Ahoy Matey! Texas Pirate Church Wants AM Broadcast License in the forum General Discussion 3 weeks, 2 days ago
We must read the same newsletter LOL!
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