Short internet runs (under 20 miles) are OK.
Longer internet runs are Abusive.
Somebody needs to call the FCC and tell them to revise §97.3(a)(39)
and §97.109(c) to reflect this limitation on remote operations.
__73, de Hans, K0HB
"Just a Boy and His Radio"™
On Thu, Nov 5, 2015 at 8:27 PM, Doug Renwick <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> This is how I plan to handle internet radio abusers. First I should define
> an internet radio abuser. An operator who uses a remote station beyond say
> a distance of 20 miles from their operating location. Any station that is
> an internet radio abuser who wishes to receive a QSL card for a contact with
> my station, will be told that they are a NIL. Why? I do not consider the
> contact to be legitimate. And for those who blather on about the rules
> allowing larger distances; the rules do not make it right.
> Climate change is natural. I want climate change. I want it to be warmer
> where I live.
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