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Official Observer - ARRL
Official Observer appointees have assisted thousands of Amateur Radio operators to maintain their transmitting equipment and comply with operating procedures and regulations. 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.

The OO program serves as the first line of "eyes and ears" for the FCC. It is the backbone of the Amateur Auxiliary. OOs are certified in the Auxiliary by passing a mandatory written examination.
ARRL  interference  FCC  EB  Enforcement-Bureau 
january 2018 by pierredv
FCC Orders Lumenier To Pay FCC $180k For Non-compliant Transmitters - UASweekly.com, Dec 2017
"In an Order released on December 19, the FCC explained that Lumenier Holdco LLC (formerly known as FPV Manuals LLC) was advertising and marketing uncertified AV transmitters capable of operating on both amateur and non-amateur frequencies, including bands reserved for federal government use. Some of the transmitters also exceeded the 1-W power limit for Amateur Radio transmitters used on model craft, the FCC said"
FCC  EB  Enforcement-Bureau  drones  interference  ARRL 
january 2018 by pierredv
Police Baffled? Send For The Radio Amateurs! | Hackaday Aug 2016
"Eventually they approached the ARRL, the USA’s national amateur radio organisation, who sent along [Kermit Carlson, W9XA] to investigate. He fairly quickly identified the frequencies with the strongest interference and the likely spot from which it originated, and after some investigation it was traced to a recently replaced neon sign power supply."
Interference  RF-noise  public-safety  ARRL 
august 2016 by pierredv
SBE Urges FCC to Improve Medium-Wave Noise Environment - Mar 2016
"The Society of Broadcast Engineers (SBE) has told the FCC that the regulatory agency needs to take another tack in its efforts to tackle AM revitalization. If the FCC takes the SBE’s advice, the result could be less noise in the MF and HF Amateur Radio bands. "
"As a start, the SBE suggested, the FCC might consider establishing limits on the amount of noise that Part 15 unintentional radiators, such as plasma televisions, can radiate directly. Only conducted emission limits now exist."
RF-noise  ARRL  SBE  FCC  AM-band 
march 2016 by pierredv
Home Depot's marketing of RF lighting devices rankles amateur radio group - FierceWirelessTech
"The American Radio Relay League (ARRL), the national association for amateur radio, filed a formal complaint with the FCC, alleging that the Home Depot chain has been illegally marketing certain RF-ballast lighting devices to consumers in violation of FCC Part 18 rules."
HomeDepot  ARRL  interference  RF-noise  RF-ballast  lighting  fluorescents  AM 
july 2015 by pierredv
FCC Enforcement Bureau Field Resources Poised to Shrink - ARRL March 2015
"According to an internal FCC Enforcement Bureau (EB) memorandum, the Bureau plans to ask the full Commission to cut two-thirds of its field offices and eliminate nearly one-half of its field agents. At the same time, the Bureau would develop a so-called “Tiger Team” of field agents as a flexible strike force it could deploy as needed."
ARRL  FCC  EB  Enforcement-Bureau  enforcement 
march 2015 by pierredv
ARRL to FCC: “Grow Light” Ballast Causes HF Interference, Violates Rules
"The ARRL has formally complained to the FCC, contending that a “grow light” ballast being widely marketed and sold is responsible for severe interference to the MF and HF bands. The League urged Commission action to halt sales of the Lumatek LK-100 electronic ballast and to recall devices already on store shelves or in the hands of consumers. "
ARRL  interference  ballasts 
march 2014 by pierredv

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