3/17/2015: On Tuesday, March 17th, at approximately 1:00AM Central Time (6:00AM UTC), Both I an another knowledgeable Amateur Radio operator used direction finding techniques to locate intentional malicious interference to the 147.300/147.900MHz N0AKA repeater. The signal was intentionally transmitting a CTCSS Tone of 100Hz. The source of the interference was coming from the residence of Steven Schmidt, KE0SS, at 518 North 74th Avenue, Omaha, NE 68114. While recording video evidence, Mr. Schmidt and two others came out of the residence to confront me. The video of this confrontation will be made available to the public and to the FCC as soon as possible.
Ongoing: A repeater with the call sign of WA0WTL (RONALD J BURAS, 4304 S 169 CIR., OMAHA, NE 68135) is continuing to operate on the 147.300/147.900MHz frequency pair, causing malicious intentional interference with my already operating repeater on frequency. WA0WTL was notified by USPS certified mail that his repeater was in direct violation of FCC Rules governing repeaters. Mr. Buras has not made any attempt to resolve the issue or contact me.
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N0AKA/N6BHU Amateur Radio Network
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» Plattsmouth (Omaha), Nebraska: N0AKA 147.300+ 100Hz PL (Linked to K6MWT, Southern California)
» San Fernando Valley (Just North of L.A.), California: KB6C 147.735- 100Hz PL (Online via N6BHU)
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