San Diego Companies Busted for Unauthorized 21 GHz Operations

Starting in late 2004, the FCC San Diego office began investigating allegations that companies in the San Ysidro area south of San Diego were using unauthorized microwave frequencies to communicate with sister companies across the U.S.-Mexican border in Tijuana. The FCC investigation found two companies were operating
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Starting in late 2004, the FCC San Diego office began investigating allegations that companies in the San Ysidro area south of San Diego were using unauthorized microwave frequencies to communicate with sister companies across the U.S.-Mexican border in Tijuana. The FCC investigation found two companies were operating on frequencies outside of their authorizations and that three were operating microwave systems for which they had no authorizations.

The companies using the unauthorized frequencies were Lamkin Corp. (WQBQ706) and Norman Krieger Inc. (WQCC468). Fines of $4,000 were imposed on each of these companies. More Enterprises Communications Network Inc., Anderson Desk Co., and Kojo Worldwide Corp. were operating without authorization and were assessed forfeitures of $10,000 each.

The Forfeiture Orders outline the violations, the specific frequencies used and the responses of the companies after being notified of their unauthorized operation. For additional information, see the Forfeiture Orders for Lamkin Corp., Normal Krieger Inc., More Enterprises Communications Network Inc., Anderson Desk Co., and Kojo Worldwide Corp.