No, not at all !
Seems you check the license class of the
person asking the questions or just put them
down for asking the question!
If you're at the hamfest or meeting I know
you would not do that, am I right ?
If another guy says he likes your mobile
antenna setup, do you ask him if he is an Extra ?
Sort of like in some communist countries,
"Your Papers" !
BTW, I'm building an experimental aircraft but I
have no plans to fly it or obtain a pilots license!
I'm just surprised an Extra class ham can't figure out fuse sizes when he already knows the maximum curerent draw.
With all due respect, as a Technician, you have no SSB or RTTY privileges on 40m and you have a 200w power out limit on everything below 6 meters.
Are you planning to upgrade your license class?
I can't help, but god luck with the project.
From your profile:
"almost 270 DXCC confirmed on 11metres"
DXCC doesn't recognize 11m contacts.
I fail to see what one thing has to do with the other.
Maybe getting out of ham radio is a good thing. It will give you time to work on your grammar and other English-related skills.