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   July 21, 2014

   Mr. John J. Krajewski

   (Address withheld)

   (Address withheld)


   Amateur Radio License KB3MZQ


   Dear Mr. Krajewski:

   On Tuesday, July 15, 2014 and Wednesday, July 16, 2014, you were heard by
   staff at the Commission's High Frequency Direction Finding Center (HFDF),
   using long range direction finding techniques, failing to properly
   identify your amateur station while operating on the frequency of 7.185
   MHz LSB.

   On Tuesday, July 15^th and Wednesday, July 16^th, you were heard by a
   Commission employee operating your amateur radio station for 20 minutes
   without identifying in a timely manner.  The Commission employee used
   direction finding equipment and confirmed the transmissions were coming
   from your location.  The employee recorded the offending transmissions and
   provided undersigned counsel with recordings of the incident in question.
   Should you desire a copy of the recording, one will be made available to

   This incident constitutes a failure to properly transmit your assigned
   call sign in violation of the Commission's rules. Your operation as
   described above is contrary to the basis and purpose of the amateur radio
   service as set out in Section 97.1 and is a violation of Section 97.119(a)
   of the Commission's rules.^ Section 97.119(a) states that "[e]ach amateur
   station . . . must transmit its assigned call sign on its transmitting
   channel at the end of each communication, and at least every 10 minutes
   during a communication . . ." Please be advised that the Commission
   expects you to abide by its rules.

   This letter serves as notice that, if operation of this type reoccurs
   after receipt of this letter, you could be subject to severe penalties,
   including license revocation, monetary forfeiture (fines),^ or a
   modification proceeding to restrict the frequencies upon which you may


   Laura L. Smith, Esq.

   Special Counsel

   Enforcement Bureau

   Cc: Philadelphia Field Office

   Northeast Regional Director

   ^ See 47 C.F.R. SS 97.1 and 119(a).

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