In order to ensure that the concerns, needs, and issues of the thousands of Entertainment Industry professionals in the United States who use the RF spectrum on a daily basis, may be heard by the Federal Communications Commission, it is imperative that as many users as possible obtain a license from the FCC. The basic goals of this project are:
To educate Entertainment Industry professionals who use radio equipment, in the lawful use of these devices, and to understand the privileges and responsibilities of licensed operation.
To remove the liability of unlicensed operation of wireless transmitters. The FCC can levy fines of up to $11,000, per transmitter, per day, with up to six months in federal prison, for violations of the Code of Federal Regulations.
To give the individual user, as a licensed operator, the capability of lodging an official complaint to the FCC, when their licensed operation is being compromised by spurious transmissions generated by unlicensed or incorrectly used operators using the RF spectrum. Other operators transmitting above their legal power, unlicensed “white space” devices (WSDs), aka: TVBD’s, and any number of activities that compromise the operation of a licensed station, when reported to the FCC by licensed stations, will be investigated.
To allow the licensed operator the legal right to transmit at 250 milliwatts in specified bands.
To allow the possibility of responding to proposed changes in FCC operations and allocations, as a large group of licensed operators in consensus.
To set up and maintain via this website, discussion and clarification of Licensed operation, news pertaining to the FCC’s projected use of the spectrum, along with the development of techniques and easy-to-use forms for interacting with the FCC and your local Frequency Coordinators.
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