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Thread: Which Amateur Radio License for 2.4gHz ?
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At 11:43 PM 4/3/01 -0400, you wrote:
>Just looking for a few tips about good info on the web towards an
>Amateur Radio License.  I see Form 605 at FCC, and it looks like
>605D is the section I need to use, but I could be mistaken.  Also,
>I see 3 classes of cert (Technician, General, Extra) and I dunno
>which I need.

Any.

>What I wish to put up is a video (hopefully audio too) transmitter
>to go up to a mile (line of sight) with good reliability.  Like the
>2.4 gHz transmitter on http://www.parallax.com w/1000mW output.
>Other suggestions (re: band or equipment) appreciated.

1W should be ok with decent gain antennas on each end.
FSTV is pretty thirsty.

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