[AMRadio] RE: NPR, one solution for lousy radio

Brian Carling bcarling at cfl.rr.com
Sun Nov 14 15:01:51 EST 2004

Interesting, Ed...
How much can you turn the power up, and what sort of range can 
be obtained with it after doing that?

On 14 Nov 2004 at 13:07, Edward Sieb wrote:

> CCrane Company  makes a fully built-up Stereo FM transmitter, digitally
> synthesized, and has a read-out.
> http://www.ccrane.com/fm-transmitter.aspx
> It has a built-in whip antenna, but there is an internal power adjustment
> that can be turned up.
> $69.95.
> Here's the blurb:
> FM Transmitter
> Send streaming audio from your computer to your home stereo
> Broadcast a wireless signal from your XM radio to any FM receiver in your
> home
> Transfer a wireless signal from an MP3 player to your car stereo or portable
> radio
> The FM Transmitter is a way to listen to streaming or MP3 audio. Just plug
> it into the headphone jack of your computer's speakers or sound card and
> listen on any FM radio anywhere in the house. It does this by taking the
> audio and turning it into an FM radio broadcast. Use it to send a satellite
> radio signal, MP3 audio, and more, to nearby radios around your home or
> workplace, even in your car.
> FM Transmitter features:
> Full stereo on any FM frequency of your choice.
> Exceptionally clean and stable digital tuning for drift-free accurate
> transfer.
> Selectable Power-Off Timer.
> Approximate line-of-sight range of 70 ft. Walls and metal objects will
> reduce this range.
> Runs on included AC Adapter or (2) optional "AA" batteries.
> Portable, fits in the palm of your hand.
> Weighs just 5.8 ozs.
> Size: 3.1" W x 3.5" H x 1.1"
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