Leave a comment Filed under Information Net. They're nothing, they always have been nothing, and they always will be nothing. Amateurs policing Amateurs should have accessibility to Both sides of any issue. Current FCC enforcement actions, including those base on reports from the amateur auxiliary are available. None of this is rocket science. The signal would theoretically appear
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Those who enjoying swearing, talking dirty,playing music, interference, and all the remaining pleasures of amateur radio in which which most decent people don't take part, seem to carry on with their activities without hindrance, for years. An OO will observe some operating that will fill him with a sense of frustration. If one of us slips down outside the 40 meter band, to around 6. If they see fit, they can then work on enforcement. Except, of course, they have no enforcement power; all they can do is observe. Association with the ARRL could be either good, or bad, depending on the type of experiences one has had and does not automatically make for increased credibility.
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The object of the OO program is to notify amateurs of operating and technical irregularities before they come to the attention of the FCC and to recognize good operating practices. I'm always very interested in the measurement process used by these OO's.. Yeah,your not kidding Eddie. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. CB radio is my life and is my family and you probably share the same ideas and have a likewise story.
Once I see a current version of 47 USC on a. The purpose of the OO program is not to solve all the problems in ham radio. I was under the impression that OOs were merely "eyes and ears" Gee i've never got a bad oo slip, only a few that said i was operating my station outstandingly. I wonder if those questioning the value of training received by OOs have any idea what this training includes, why it is needed, and how it all relates to whether the FCC can actually make any use of the information presented.