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                    CERTIFIED MAIL-RETURN RECEIPT REQUESTED

   September 30, 2013

   (Name withheld)

   (Address withheld)

   Grand Junction, CO 81503

   RE: Radio Frequency Interference

   EB-FIELDNER-13-00009375

   Dear Mr. Nelson:

   The Federal Communications Commission previously notified you by letter
   dated June 24, 2013 that it had received complaints of harmful radio
   interference possibly caused by equipment being operated in your home.
   This interference had been reported by an operator in the Amateur Radio
   Service. The complainant is:

   (Name withheld)

   (Address withheld)

   Grand Junction CO 81503

   In this letter, you were advised that this problem, if unresolved, could
   be a violation of FCC rules and could result in a monetary forfeiture. For
   this reason, we encouraged the parties involved to voluntarily resolve
   this matter without Commission intervention. If however it became
   necessary to facilitate a resolution, the Commission might investigate
   possible rules violations and address appropriate remedies, including
   monetary forfeiture.

   You were further advised to inform the complainant within 30  days of what
   steps would be taken to correct the reported interference problem. The
   complainant reports that he has not received any word from you as to what
   action(s) you were/are taking to resolve the interference.

   In order to avoid possible enforcement action, please advise this office
   within 20 days of receiving this letter of what action you have made, or
   intend to make, in order to identify and correct the source(s) of these
   radio emissions.

   If you have any questions about this matter, please contact me in writing
   at 1270 Fairfield Road, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania 17325 or via telephone at
   717-338-2577.

   Sincerely,

   Laura L. Smith, Esq.

   Special Counsel

   Enforcement Bureau

   cc: Denver Field Office

   Western Regional Director