|[AMRadio] FCC Non-cooperation|
bzwiener at sbcglobal.net
Thu Mar 18 23:52:38 EDT 2010
I wonder where you got that information. Plenty of people listen to AM/FM commercial AND LPFM. Even low power analog TV. If this will impact HAM Radio, I can promise you there will be a war that will be all over the news media and Internet. And I really hope this does not start another never ending thread:)
--- On Thu, 3/18/10, D. Chester <k4kyv at charter.net> wrote:
From: D. Chester <k4kyv at charter.net>
Subject: Re: [AMRadio] FCC Non-cooperation
To: amradio at mailman.qth.net
Date: Thursday, March 18, 2010, 10:33 PM
> What is to interfere with?
> All radio stuff is going 900 MHz or higher, cable satellite or fiber feed,
> spread spectrum, phasing noise and interference null, etc.
> No one listens to AM anymore, or even FM much.
> You think anyone is going to worry about ham radio?
> I don't think so...
But still, these are all licensed services, and the FCC is mandated by
congress to protect licensed users from unlicensed interference. The law
is the law. Somebody is not doing their job as this is allowed to continue
The state is legally obligated to properly install its traffic signals so
that they don't generate interference. The FCC inspectors are legally
obligated to check out interference from poorly designed consumer crap. As
much money as the government wastes on trivial stuff, enforcing Part 15
would be a drop in the ocean as far as their budget goes. "Listen to a
stronger station" doesn't cut it.
Evidently, someone in officialdom thinks HF is still worth protecting.
Remember, they denied us a real 60m ham band because after 11SE01, the feds
decided that frequencies in that vicinity were "essential" for "national
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