FCC Seizes Radio Equipment
Fri May 27 18:58:54 EDT 2011
"So, if the pirate was shut down because it interfered with aircraft communications, what is to prevent legitimate stations from doing likewise."
The FCC's FM allocation scheme provides for minimum separations for, among others, stations separated by 10.6 or 10.8 MHz, to prevent precisely the same kind of possible interference being caused by the 99.7 pirate.
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