[RFI] FCC contact?
Pete Smith N4ZR
n4zr at contesting.com
Sun May 11 16:14:57 EDT 2014
If I were the FCC, I would tell you to go away until you have localized
it more. They don't have the resources to come out in the field any
locate every noise source. Unless I missed it in an earlier message,
you haven't even described the noise.
I would certainly get with local hams and try DFing it. Even a simple
2M handi with AM receive in the aircraft band can do the job. For
better results, replace the rubber ducky with a resonant dipole, or even
better, a Moxon (see QST 10 years or so ago)
If it sounds like powerline noise (60 or 120-Hz component), have you
contacted the power company? They *may* have excellent capabilities.
73, Pete N4ZR
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On 5/10/2014 3:52 PM, Dale J. wrote:
> Here is the link to the Enforcement branch of the FCC:
> The contact number to call is on the right side of the page under the picture of the acting bureau chief Mr. LeBlanc.
> I'm interested as to how this goes for you and the ease of contacting the FCC and their responses.
> It would probably be a good idea to keep notes, times, dates and who you speak with etc.
> Also witnesses to the noise problem and their names addresses etc.
> Back when I was working a few years ago I had to keep phone conversation records of all calls, times, dates, names and what was discussed. We were sued once and these phone records came in very handy. The plaintiff lost, hi. Conversation records are very useful.
> Dale, K9VUJ
> On 10, May 2014, at 13:08, Kenneth G. Gordon <kgordon2006 at frontier.com> wrote:
>> Anyone have a possible contact number for someone at the FCC who might be
>> interested in helping address our noise problem here?
>> Ken W7EKB
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