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With no ID, it would be considered an unlicensed transmission and perhaps even broadcasting. In any event it's illegal.
If you should catch an ID, never contact that station directly. Some of those are real head cases and a some have had death threats from contacting a station.
From: "David Westbrook dwestbrook@... " <070@...>
Sent: Friday, March 10, 2017 8:03 AM
Subject: Re: Re:  Interference
"I will be sending a repo. into ARRL Bureu"
Hopefully he does report it, so they can correct him!
One other caution - and this was passed to our club from those who deal with these situations. DO NOT ENGAGE THE INDIVIDUAL.
It might also be illegal to respond? I seem to recall reading once that someone was cited for transmitting to an unidentified station, but don't remember details (might have been involving 14.313) ... I just tried to give Part 97 a quick search (http://www.arrl.org/part-97-text) but didn't see anything (maybe it's considered "one-way" communication since other side isn't identified/legal?) ...
Can anyone provide a citation?
On Fri, Mar 10, 2017 at 8:12 AM, n7we1980@...  <070@...> wrote: