Please note that my statement was preceded with "If" which implies certain conditions. Until you can provide the proof of this alleged FCC document, you place yourself in the same category.Elchucko, YOU have no idea what you're talking about. The MotoSat systems use a GPS system to automatically point the antenna, removing the human element, which is why you have to be licensed by the FCC to install/repair a non self-pointing system as they emit microwaves. The MotoSat's, et al. are approved for use by the FCC because they do not require a licensed FCC technician, as the GPS and pointing module, using electric motors, points/peaks the antenna keeping the end user at a safe distance from the transmitter emitting the microwaves. So, in response to your obtuse statement, no, MotoSat owners are not violating the law. Do you really think that they'd be allowed to sell the system if it were illegal? Before attacking someone, and telling them they don't know what they're talking about, get your facts straight, or you just make yourself look like a imbecile. jamesjoy2 seems to be fairly versed in Hughes, maybe you should listen to what he has to say, or ask me first, I've been doing Hughes for ten years now, and know quite a bit. I'm a certified trainer, and know pretty much anything about every system that HNS has on the market, as I fix them for a living. So, before making statements that you have no clue about, ask someone that does, and definitely don't criticize their intelligence as they'll make you look like a simpleton as I just have done. Have a nice day!
I have been a Motosat owner for over six years and have more than the average knowledge about this product. I know that I am not violating the law. I was at the Motosat/Datastorm facility two days ago to have my system overhauled. I asked about this requirement for a "license" for a Datastorm user with a tripod and dish (something that I also have when trees are in the way). Grohgreg seems to be right, not you.
As you stated in another post: "If you're going to make a statement, make sure you know what you're talking about. If you fail to do so, you only make yourself look stupid."