Legal frequencys hard ware for downlink
I am trying to work out how to do aerial photography legally, at least in Canada.
Here it is possible to do so if you have a special operations flight cert, issued by transport Canada, I suspect it is a similar situation in many other places.
The problem I am having that in order to qualify for an SOFC I need to have a legal video tx/rx one that is approved by Industry Canada/FCC.
One person I know was asked to remove his Chinese made non IC/FCC approved hardware (which I bet most here use) before he was allowed to get an SOFC, which would be almost useless . I should add that IC say the amateur bands do not apply because commercial aerial photography is not "amateur"
Does anyone know of a solution to this problem.
Last edited by flyingbiscuit1; Oct 08, 2012 at 09:21 AM.
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