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Subject: Re: re: cell phone jamming?it is legal-if under?watts

Date: 04/23/02 at 3:49 AM
Posted by: MarkB
E-mail: noone@hotmail.com
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In Reply to: re: cell phone jamming? posted by resturant owner on 04/20/01 at 2:26 AM:

to my knowledge the FCC allows signals up to a certain wattage(with your antenna size/height)to be transmitted.
So I would say yes it is legal to jam/transmit a frequency if you stay under that wattage.
being a total amatur , being under 4 watts come to me as the general rule.
Can anyone who is more informed about the FCC comment on the legal transmition (by your aver. Joe)of radio waves?
Many people have spy cams and wireless intercoms in their home transmiting 24/7. You just have to be abile to pick up and decifer that signal.


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