Your browser is out-of-date!

Update your browser to view this website correctly. Update my browser now


CGC Complains to FCC About Sirius

CGC Complains to FCC About Sirius

Communications General Corp. said it has filed a formal complaint with the FCC against Sirius Satellite. CGC says the complaint is “for incorporating 87.7 and 87.9 MHz into the intentional radiator mini-transmitters built into many of Sirius’ satellite receivers.”
CGC is a consulting engineering company that also produces an online newsletter, the CGC Communicator.
“CGC reasoned that if the FCC ultimately fined Sirius for the use of prohibited frequencies, that action would send a powerful message to other manufacturers of mini-transmitters that they, too, should abandon the use of the prohibited ‘below 88 MHz’ frequencies,” the company wrote in its newsletter.