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Confuse about FCC Type Acceptance - Amateur Radio Ham

Feb 24, 2010 If you're in doubt, your radio has a type acceptance number that you can run at the FCC's OET page and view the services that the unit is type accepted under. Many radios nowadays only list the TA on the ID tag and the rest is in the manual.


Amateur Radio W6AUX: Chinese Radio FCC Certification

Somewhere I got the impression the Quansheng was type accepted, but it turns out it is not. I retired from SAR some time ago so no longer need a type accepted radio, so all is well for me. So on topic, the Quansheng TGUV2 is not type accepted. Nevertheless this radio has performed flawlessly and yes it is a rugged little feller.


Amateur Radio W6AUX: Chinese Radio FCC Certification

Ham radio license holders address from several different websites. He did this in response to someone who left very incendiary comments on his blog if memor while they may claim to be are not FCC Type accepted for those services (Frequencies). Licensed ham radio operator are exempt from requiring any type acceptance, when operating within

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Kachakalea | 28.07.2018
Lets chat baby ;)
Lakerpawn | 05.08.2018
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Ghettosniper | 08.08.2018
Must be awesome to have you on top, riding, front of a mirror, without loosing any details of your body. and the way you move. surely sexy and wild.
Dappercowboy | 14.08.2018
U got skills

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