I'm not working for the FCC, although, it seems to me that where the rf is
eminating from would be where the laws of operation would be impending. IF the
tx in in the US.. then the ID requirementmust adhere to the US/FCC standard, as
would the requirements for spectural purity and all the rest of the multitude
of laws pertinent, no matter where the control op is... Pretty much the same
as the border broadcast stations with the studios in country.. and the higher
than allowed in country tx located.. over the line.
Dale - WC7S in Wy
> The issue is the point where the RF meets the air, not how the operator
> controls the radio. If that point is in the US, US law applies and the
> callsign must identify it accordingly. If in Thailand, who knows, but I
> would think if you own the radio and the antenna from which the RF emanates,
> then you are responsible and are the "control operator" whether there's an
> official term for it or not.
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