It is, and always has been a violation to use an amplfier on
the citizens band. Therefore, making an amplifier for that purpose
says a lot for a company that did!
Then again, it does not meet type acceptance to sell amateur gear
that will transmit on frequencies outside of the ham bands, but there
is a whole bunch that do.
Whenever there is a market, there will be unscrupulous people ready
to take advantage of it.
> From: rohre <email@example.com>
> To: tentec list <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: [TenTec] IF modified, isn't that home brew
> Date: Thursday, April 23, 1998 4:08 PM
> The amplifier discussion has overlooked two points.
> The cited Palomar amplifier was not stated to be a current product. If
> produced before the FCC amplifier rule, it is not a violation.
> It might be a violation to use now on CB, but this is not what the post
> 73, Stuart K5KVH
> ex- 9M2SM
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