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Old 07-16-2017, 8:46 PM
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Thanks to all for the replies,
Further inspection does indeed reveal that it is a 5 watt normal CB PA, and it is also indeed AM. It is basically a Pace 2300 chassis (literally) in a base station enclosure with a power supply and a 6 position switch, with one set of rocks at 27.450. A query of the FCC database revealed 4 active licenses. The fact that it is AM is what most puzzles me as it was my understanding the FCC designated the legal emission on the LMR business frequencies (at that spectrum anyway) as regular old F3 FM voice modulation. So why A3 (AM) transmit and when was it the FCC allowed that?
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