> Out of frustration she may then take it to court if she has more money than
> sense. She will lose of coarse, but it'll cost you too! So what I'm trying
Don't think so. I believe in these cases you are entitled to
recover full costs of defending yourself.
> ...to say is don't just give her the FCC number and walk away never contacting
> her again. Follow up after you've operated QRO for awhile. Tell might her
> you're allowed to operate at ten times the level you're at now, but will
> continue at 100 watts for the time being until the proper filtering is
> installed on her equipment.
Absolutely NOT. You have NO obligation toward her. And for God's
sake, don't impose restrictions on your operation of any type.
That sort of thing could become permanent! And that goes for any
band, and frequency, any time, and any
The point was well made that it's NOT your problem, but HERS.
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