First, you don't have a tail number. You have a UAS registration number, and they are not the same thing.
Second, even if you had a tail number, you are no more licensed by the FCC to transmit than a regular pilot is when he is not aboard an aircraft.
Stations ABOARD aircraft are licensed by rule. Stations on the ground require an individual license, and remote pilots are not a licenseable category - yet.
Misinformation like that will get someone in trouble with the FCC.
Sent from my iPhone using PhantomPilots