I am a UK licensed Amateur Radio operator with an Intermediate License.
I have a question surrounding the UK's (Ofcom's) definition of "Remote Operation".
My understanding is that for any Remote Operation you must not use any form of encryption on the links, and if you hold an Intermediate License, you must only use wireless links to communicate with your rig (which I think is limited to 500mW).
I am considering building my own little rig using a Raspberry Pi. However, I would most likely be manipulating the Pi (within my house) using SSH, connected to wired Ethernet.
Given Ofcom's restrictions, does this mean I can't do that, as I would be violating both the encryption (using SSH) and wireless-only (by using wired Ethernet)?
Or, have I interpreted the term "Remote Operation" too broadly, and as long as I was at my house, it would be fine as it wouldn't be considered "Remote"?