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   September 18, 2013

   Mr. James C. Wolf

   (Address withheld)

   (Address withheld)

   Re: General Class Amateur License N1JCW

   Warning Notice


   Mr. Wolf:

   Since January of 2013, the Commission has received multiple notifications
   from the Official Observer (OO) program that you have been operating
   outside of your station class. Indeed, according to the OOs, you have been
   informed by several operators that you were not authorized to be operating
   in the band but you have continued to do so. Since you have continued to
   operate out of band, they contacted the Commission and asked us to remind
   you that your continued operation outside the scope of your station class
   constitutes a violation of our rules.

   You are cautioned that continued operation outside the parameters of your
   general class license privileges could lead to enforcement action. Such
   action may include license revocation, suspension of your operator
   privileges, or a monetary forfeiture (fine).^ It could also jeopardize any
   attempts to obtain an upgraded amateur radio license. Unauthorized
   operation of this radio station must cease immediately.

   You may contact me at (717)338-2577 should you wish to discuss the matter.


   Laura L. Smith, Esq.

   Special Counsel

   Cc: Boston Field Office

   Northeast Regional Director

   ^ Fines normally range from $7,500 to $10,000.