I want to put up a GMRS repeater for our "group". Having kind of a quandary as to just what the FCC requires. The eCFRs involved seem broadly general with a bunch of holes. The repeater site will be located well over 100 miles from the nearest major city. So clashes with other repeaters should not be an issue. Maybe someone here can help. I just have some questions that I can't seem to find answers to. Such as ... Does the repeater require an automatic ID'er? Whose GMRS call sign will it be required to transmit?If it's mine, that's ok. Just need to know that. Does my GMRS license need to be modified? Or does the repeater itself need to be licensed? My best guess is that the repeater output is limited to 50 W. The one I have in mind won't go near that, don't need that much, don't have the power source for it anyway (solar). I prefer a good location and an efficient antenna system to buckets of power. The terrain is quite mountainous. With federal agencies "targeting" entities and individuals with which the administration disagrees, I want to be able to cross as many T's and dot as many i's as possible. Of course if they really want you, they'll find some way to hang you. Although we're pretty low profile, and not looking to cause mischief, I don't want to make hanging anyone easy for them.