- Apr 25, 2018
- Reaction score
- Jaynes Station, AZ
No, truly, it *is* about unlicensed transmission. The *bonus* charge the feds will ding you on is intentional interference of a licensed user.It’s not so much about transmitting a signal but transmitting one for the purpose of interfering with another device... if you are transmitting for the purpose of communication and it happens to interfere then the FCC is likely to turn a blind eye...
Exactly zero licenses have been issued - for the purpose of interfering with police radar operations.
There's that legal twist once again.Provided you have a FCC license and are licensed on the frequency you are transmitting on.
I don't believe our OP was intending to qualify for a FCC ticket to operate his (alleged) device.