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Discussion in 'General CB Services Discussion' started by BammBamm, Oct 23, 2011.
Talking on the "A" channels (3A, 7A, 11A, 15A, and 19A).
Using too much power/mic gain too high and cause bleedover into those above freqs.
Using a linear with that radio while having the modulation in the radio too high (more than 100% mod.).
Then, yes, it could happen.
Even if it was accidental; you would still be liable.
A law suit would have no grounds, as there was no intent. But to prove it was you and not a failure of his own equipment is another matter. Malicious intent would also have to be proved. That is, that you went out there knowing that your interference would do his copter damage.
What brand/model of radio were you using at the time; and what channel/mode?
This is a tough one . . .
General Lee 10 Meter Radio Review
"......... Next is the +10 KHz switch. Many radio operators don’t understand the purpose of the +10 KHz switch. This switch increases the frequency by 10 KHz or 1 channel. If the radio was on channel one and the +10 KHz switch was turned on, the radio would then be on channel 2. You might ask what useful purpose does that serve. Well, these chassis are nothing more than converted CB chassis using the same switches used in CB radios. The switches have channel skips built in for the radio control (RC) channels used for remote control devices. These RC channels are also referred to as “A” channels. There are RC channels between channels 3 & 4, 7 & 8, 11 & 12, 15 & 16, and 19 & 20. Some radios designate them as 3A, 7A, 11A, 15A, and 19A. Being a function of the channel selector switch, this means these skips occur on all six bands making a grand total of 30 skipped channels or frequencies. To pick up one of these skips, go to 3, 7, 11, 15, or 19 and turn on the +10 KHz switch and you’re there. ......"
But, I myself, would tell that turd to cry me a river.
Just play dumb...
That and go suck a fat root.
Yes indeed GLR so rite there!
with a great big too fucking bad sorry about your luck!
More than likely his screw-up or one of his fellow flyer's crashed it using the same freq's
Tell him you'll see him in court and tell to bring all documentation on his equipment with him...Find out his exact make model/frequency range/and the FCC type acceptance information(download the owners manual)
should be Part 15...must accept all interference...highlight it and get it to the officer in charge.
Get the amp out and turn the radio back down to spec....just in case the Judge is a friend of his...
In reality even the PD has no jurisdiction in Indiana over an interference claim.
Proving malicious intent will be tough...but it still may cost you!
All the Best
he crashed it. and trying to blame you for it.
because he saw your antenna.
Also, the likelihood that the RC'er was using 27 Mhz for a multi-control-channel RC helicopter is very slim, and just not very likely at all.
You can be sued for having brown hair, or blue eyes. But that certainly doesn't mean 'they' will win, even if you have brown hair or blue eyes. If that judge is also an RC'er, I think your chances are even better of winning such a law suit. I can certainly understand if that wreck victim was mad (I do that RC stuff too)! But that doesn't 'prove' anything.
I just don't think I'd 'sweat it' much. If/when it's over, ask that judge if that suit was one of those 'frivolous' ones. That's all the 'revenge' you'll need...
The chance of you having caused his problem is roughly equal to us having a snowstorm here in the Memphis area today. The reasons have been well stated by others already. More importantly, his chance of proving it in court is right between "slim & none" for those same reasons.