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Subject: Re: Legal and Illegal Transmitter Experiments

Date: 09/07/01 at 5:34 PM
Posted by: Patrick
E-mail: braincambre@netzero.net
Message Posted:

In Reply to: Legal and Illegal Transmitter Experiments posted by John Dunn - Consultant on 09/07/01 at 9:09 AM:

Hello John,

Thought you might like to have this info on hand:

FCC Guidelines:

88-108 MHz...

Any type of transmission (other than Intermittent
Control Signals and Periodic Transmissions) with
a bandwidth less than or equal to 200 kHz, is
limited to 250 uV/m @ 3 m. FCC Section 15.239

My words: Most hobbiest/amatuers and probably
verterans in the field tend to measure outputs of
a transmitting device in power (watt meter). As long as I have been experimenting with transmitters, LPFM (which does not necessarily
not include of forms of transmission) should
not exceed 10 mW's of power ( which is probably
the closest one can get to the above FFC guidelines), as far as not having
to have a license.

This was nice of you to say to all who may not
know where the line is drawn. Thank you...

...a friend, Patrick

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