Even though you might consider yourself a good operator and don't we all consider ourselves to be good operators? July 30, at 4: We cannot expect the FCC to devote its resources to the correction of inappropriate, but not illegal, language or less serious violations. August 8, at 5: How dare they try and emulate however poorly back then ham operators! The ARRL wants to express its deep appreciation to all who are serving or have served as OOs or OOCs over the years for everything they have done to ensure proper amateur radio operations within established regulations and to encourage good operating practices.
Participation in the training sessions will be one of the major criteria used to evaluate the performance of a Volunteer Monitor over time.
Official Observer Coordinator
I think they just need something to do…. Are these bad people. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Your corrective actions might even head off an FCC "pink slip" down the road which, by the way, are not pink! There are good operators and bad operators, in the free-band community and the HAM community. You might get caught. January 11, at 7: