GB> Morse Code Requirement Eliminated

Glen Zook gzook at YAHOO.COM
Sat Dec 16 00:02:01 EST 2006

Because a CSCE was never submitted to the FCC. 
Therefore there is no indication that the person has
upgraded.  It only serves to indicate that you had
passed the examination.  The VE needs to submit the
proper paperwork to the FCC to indicate that the
examination was passed and I don't see any of them
doing that without an additional fee.

Glen, K9STH

--- kd4e <kd4e at> wrote:

Why would one have to have anything done to a CSCE
that meets the new FCC standard for full General Class
With a flourish of bureaucratic authority the FCC just
waived the Morse Code requirement, they already know
that the existing CSCE's represent full General Class
standing the moment their order is actualized.
They are already overwhelmed with paperwork, why cause
themselves more?

Glen, K9STH


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