Christopher M. Myers acknowledged reception of an FCC NOUO, or notice of unlicensed operation, resulting from the discovery of an unlicensed FM station emanating from his Lauderhill FL condo on 8/14/08. That station had been operating on 91.7 MHz. Not quite a year later, the FCC tracked down another rogue signal, this time on 95.9 MHz, coming from the exact same condominium unit.
The second station was discovered there 7/21/09. The FCC was acting on a complaint. Further complaints about an unauthorized signal on 95.9 MHz led to the same place on both 2/4/10 and 3/7/10. An FCC inspection revealed coaxial cable running from a roof antenna to Myer’s condo, and an FM transmitter inside the condo.
The FCC has taken all this into account and issued a notice of apparent liability to Myers of the standard $10K amount.
Lauderhill is in the Ft. Lauderdale portion of the Miami radio market.