[Noisebridge-discuss] FCC Spectrum auction.
pryankster at gmail.com
Thu Aug 1 21:44:56 UTC 2013
Generally we are talking 100's of thousands if not millions of dollars.
The days of gaming the system like what was done on Alaska's North Slope
doesn't happen anymore.
For Noisebridge it would be much cheaper to get a GMRS or Business
license and share the frequencies. I am a Ham and I have not found
anyone that uses our "remote control" frequencies. I think that that is
mainly because you need to build your own transmitters and receivers.
All of the other R/C frequencies fall under the "general usage" spectrum
that anybody can use. That's what the toys you buy at Radio Shack use.
Please refer to this list for frequency information. It also explains
the "flags" on the R/C transmitter antennas.
On 8/1/2013 2:23 PM, girlgeek wrote:
> How much do these things go for? Could some collection of
> Noisebridge get one? I'm not sure what, but there must be wonderful
> things to do with one.
> I obviously am talking through my hat. I'm in another part of the
> world. But what a nice dream for someone.
> On 8/1/2013 9:31 PM, LinkReincarnate wrote:
>> Congress is trying to auction off more spectrum instead of opening it
>> up to public use. This is a tragedy. Write or call your congressman
>> and tell them that we are tired of them auctioning off public
>> property to private parties who then rent it back to the public.
>> www.linkreincarnate.com <http://www.linkreincarnate.com>
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