The Federal Communications Commission issued a $22,000 fine for frequency hogging to a Michigan ham radio operator. The FCC received several complaints from other ham operators that Michael Guernsey was monopolizing the 14.313 MHz band.
Guernsey’s station, KZ80, was monitored, and FCC agents found “Mr. Guernsey intentionally interfering with other amateur licenses…… More
Read the FCC’s Notice of Apparent Liability for Forfeiture issued.
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