O/T Spark Gap Transmitters was: Interest in UUCP?

From: Craig Smith <ip500_at_home.com>
Date: Wed Jun 20 22:45:45 2001

        As long as you're not connected to an antenna system [and presuming
you're smart enough to keep the HV from kicking back into the power
grid] ... shouldn't be too much of a problem, even w/big Tesla coils and
the like. These days the FCC is so overworked that unless they get a
complaint [typically from a neighbor whose TV is being interfered with]
you are pretty much home free.

"R. D. Davis" wrote:
> On Wed, 20 Jun 2001, Ross Archer wrote:
> > You need a permit? Ack. Anyone want to buy a 50 kV spark gap transmitter,
> > cheap? ;)
> Hmmm, I wonder how many of the experiments with high voltage and
> things that spark, performed by perhaps many members of this group,
> have been illegal? :-)
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