FCC License "Reference Copy" License now on Tyvek

Discussion in 'Ham Made Gear' started by N4EGA, Sep 7, 2018.

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  1. N4EGA

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    New from Axles And Antennas / CQmaps

    Several states in the US require a copy of your FCC Amateur Radio license to be in your vehicle due to laws governing radio use. Many hams already carry a copy with them, but paper has a tendency to degrade after a while. Even worse, paper copies inside your ham radio Go-Bag are subject to inclement weather and the wear & tear of hard objects pressing against the paper.

    Axles And Antennas is now shipping the FCC "Reference Copy" available on the FCC ULS site. With your callsign, Axles And Antennas will print this Reference copy on DuPont Tyvek that will withstand the elements!

    For more information and ordering: https://axlesandantennas.com/collections/tyvek-fcc-amateur-radio-license/products/tyvek-fcc-license

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  2. KK5JY

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    For real? This is the first I have heard of it. Anybody notice this about your own state?

    The durable license print-out is cool in any event. I may have to do that when I next renew.
     
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  3. N4EGA

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    https://www.revisor.mn.gov/statutes/2008/cite/299C.37

    paragraph 'c' for example. I was very surprised. Apparently there are a few other states that require this, but not sure which ones.
     
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  4. KK5JY

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    Yeah, me too. Very interesting.
     
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  6. N4EGA

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  7. NE1U

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    @N4EGA ... consider it a product suggestion. I would rather have something that fit in the wallet. Thinner than a credit card but just as tough. But, is such a format acceptable to the cop at the side of the road? Or, for that matter, would I consider it legit if someone I did not know very well wanted to use my station? I might say "no". It would still be good to have and put a QR code with the image on the back.

    Reading, "... capable of receiving any radio signal, message, or information from any police emergency frequency, ...". I guess the fly in the ointment is proving that said radio is *not* capable of receiving police emergency channels. Must be intended for ambulance chasers & the like with their scanners with hams getting a pass if they have their license handy.
     
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  10. N4EGA

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    Just so I am not missunderstood, I am not calling into question the quality of the product. Actually, my first thought was: Damn, that's nice. Wish I would have thought of it.

    I am saying, however, that to go on a posting from a business (me!) and mentioning someone else product is a bit rude.
     

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