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06-13-2018 03:36 AM  4 months agoPost 21
DennisH

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Exactly.

I have to laugh at the reference to Chinese "Junk". Has everyone actually even begun to think about how much Chinese "junk" is in their homes? Even IF you buy everything you can "Made in the USA", you will still have a multitude of Chinese built electronics, and devices everywhere.
Cra-Z-1 , I touched on this point a few comments above. Even some items today listed as "Built in the USA" depends on many "Chinese" manufactured parts.

It's sadly stated we "are" dependent on Chinese built parts and complete assemblies we use daily. Japan has the electronics business. Auto's, just look around next time you go to your local mall.

I have been on the West Coast, San Francisco and Seattle. Without "anyone" stating a word, by the second day which I spent around Pier 1 in Frisco, Ships were flying in I guess headed to Oakland to unload. I tried to count how many Sea Containers were on the ships. It was in the hundreds. I am sure it could be looked up to get an average of containers each ship can hold.

Then comes Seatle. I witness the same crap.

FWIW, most people around the "World" has no clue how much fuel is burned everyday weather it's vehicles, transport trucks, trains, AND especially all aircraft. Airplanes around the size of 747's fill the skies Worldwide. Some of them hold $1 million US dollars of fuel and will burn it in one day! Our Military's C-5 burns and ungodly amount of fuel per hour. One airport in China averages a plane taking off every 90 seconds, 24/7. Digest that!

When you start realizing everything I have stated, it justs boggles my mind. I was part of a hazardous waste team that went around and taught company leaders how to help minimize the waste generated within their company. I guess this is why I pickup on certain items.

I even have wondered how this World is able to supply the tremendous demands of the World.

By the way, if you are a manager or own a business, you will be surprised how much daily generated waste you can remove from your business. Every little bit adds up.

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I agree with you. Daily ships full of loaded Sea Containers are unloading on our west coast. It's almost unbelievable the amount of goods shipped to the US for resale. Many US businesses shut down operations only to have China fill the gap.
I would love to avoid them completely, I just need to figure how I can do it.

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06-13-2018 03:47 AM  4 months agoPost 22
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No.2: In addition, Section 97.215(c) of the Commission’s rules limits transmitter power for telecommand of model craft under an amateur license to 1 Watt (or 1000mW),39 yet three of HobbyKing’s AV transmitter models are marketed as operating at 1500mW or even 2000mW — as much as twice the allowed power under the Commission’s rules.40 Thus, these three AV transmitter models operate at higher power levels than allowed under the amateur rules also making them noncompliant, even if they were to operate solely on amateur frequencies.41
Telecommand and AV are not the same thing.

  

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06-14-2018 04:24 AM  4 months agoPost 23
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Telecommand and AV are not the same thing.
Thats an interesting point; especially since I just copy/pasted what was written in the document. Is that then "their" misinterpretation of what the devices are actually doing?

Ban the Ban.

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06-14-2018 01:05 PM  4 months agoPost 24
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Thats an interesting point; especially since I just copy/pasted what was written in the document. Is that then "their" misinterpretation of what the devices are actually doing?
Not sure, from what I saw in the FCC document it only referenced AV transmitters. Telecommand is one way communication to control the aircraft just like we did with 50/72MHz transmitters. Possible they had some long range transmitters, but I didn't see those mentioned, did you?

That's pretty scary if they were selling GHz transmitters with 1-2W output.

  

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