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Questions regarding laws or other legal regulations pertaining directly to amateur radio. Also tag your question with the relevant location. If in doubt, always seek professional legal advice.

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The definitions already cover everything. Fixed and Mobile are separate from Amateur; Fixed is used for private/commercial/public safety/etc. uses where both ends of the link are in fixed locations, a …
answered Jun 26 by hobbs - KC2G
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I'm not aware of any FCC opinions, but I can give my own interpretation, which is: a sentence is fine, as long as it keeps to a single thought and doesn't go to Faulknerian or Hawthornean lengths. If …
answered Jan 4 '18 by hobbs - KC2G
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No. Per the FCC vanity callsign FAQs: Q: Can I request that the call sign I vacated be assigned to my new club station under the former holder provision? A: No. Your club station was not the …
answered Jun 26 by hobbs - KC2G
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Are you up to buying a Raspberry Pi, two USB sound cards, some assorted transistors and such, and making your own interface cable? If so, you can run svxlink. It supports all sorts of fancy things rel …
answered Mar 28 by hobbs - KC2G
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It's illegal at all power levels. If you "leak a little RF" then there is something in Part 15 that applies (e.g. this section for VCRs and cable boxes) and the device needs to be certified. If you br …
answered Jan 7 by hobbs - KC2G
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Absolutely! FCC Part 15 defines three broad classes of devices: Intentional radadiator. A device that intentionally generates and emits radio frequency energy by radiation or induction. Unint …
answered Nov 25 by hobbs - KC2G