It is illegal for utility meters to transmit without an FCC ID. Likewise, it is illegal to obscure an FCC ID number. Please report occurrences to the FCC for investigation. Complaints can be used to support legal action if FCC fails to act on reports of violations.
If you would like more information about the health hazard posed by smart meters and what you can do about it, please visit the Smart Meter page or go towww.stopsmartmeters.org, which also has a store that sells an RF detection meter.
How to File a Complaint:
If there is an odd effect with the utility meter also transmitting signals from other wireless devices operating inside the building, have someone plug these devices in one by one so that the effect can be heard. Please be sure to note for each transmitter added in and heard in the video what device it is (make, model, serial#), its location in the building, and the proximity to the meter. This effect is also an FCC violation.
3. If you have a utility meter that does not transmit at the meter or only transmits very weakly at the meter, but transmits strongly elsewhere in the building, similarly to the one in the video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?
4. If possible make a web archive of the technical specifications for the meter - search the make, model, and the words "technical specifications."
5. Call 888-CALL-FCC. Let them know that you have a picture and video documenting the violation and ask where you can email/mail them. Send them along with a note requesting that the FCC investigate the fact that the meter transmits but has no FCC ID or to investigate the obscured FCC ID.
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Sunday, August 03, 2014
File a complaint with the FCC if your transmitting utility meter has no FCC ID number or the number has been deliberately obscured.
If you have a transmitting utility meter aka smart meter that does not have an FCC ID number or has had the FCC ID number obscured, please take a moment to file a complaint with the FCC about it. The directions are below. They have already gotten some complaints. More would be great. There seem to be a decent number of unapproved meters being used. There are also a couple of interesting effects being observed, both of which violate FCC rules. One, is a meter which does not transmit at the meter but essentially uses the wires as an antenna (https://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=i6QU6b6rq8Q and http:/ /stopsmartmetersny.org/ debunkingutility.html). Two, is apparent at the meter, but probably not caused by the meter. It is a phenomenon where the meter transmits signals from other wireless devices within the building. In this case, it is very important that the make, model, and serial number of the device originating the signal also be reported to the FCC. That signal would obviously be present on the building wiring in a way that violates the FCC rules in order for the meter to re-broadcast it. The presence of the signal on the wiring would present an additional mode of exposure, exactly the same as standard "dirty" electricity, just much higher in frequency. Seewww.electricalpollution.com for more information about "dirty" electricity.