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Old January 29th, 2011, 08:44 PM   #60 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by colornshape View Post
I use a stand alone transmitter. I know it's not exactly what you're talking about. It's an inelegant and inconvenient method. I wound prefer a more sensible solution. It's disappointing that a bizarre, double standard law prevents that.
It's not really bizarre. It prevents people from building unlicensed kilowatt transmitters too easily.

You can blame much of it on radio pirates, particularly the CB radio types (Not ham ops, or HF pirates). They like to make very dirty transmitters, and run them full tilt.

Originally Posted by colornshape View Post
You don't need an external antenna. There are dozens of transmitters what don't have them. I've had half a dozen.
Chances are, you would not be allowed an external antenna. It would be WAY to effective for a Part 15 device.
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