ljh505 Posted November 30, 2020 Report Share Posted November 30, 2020 An interesting question came up at the end of the national net on Sunday, Nov. 29. An operator from Monterrey, Mexico near the tip of southern Texas came on the system, and asked about cross-border linking (presumably via Internet) of a repeater he is setting up for the national net on Sundays. The topic is to be taken up on the Wednesday Tech Net on Dec. 2. Anyone have any rules references for this? I think the Mexico repeater would have to be covered by their local laws. Here's a link to some info on Mexico's equivalent of CB/FRS and other "licensed by rule" services: http://www.ift.org.mx/espectro-radioelectrico/bandas-de-frecuencias-del-espectro-radioelectrico-de-uso-libre but is cross-linking a foreign UHF repeater into a U.S. GMRS net via the Internet permissible under the Part 95 rules? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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