|[AMRadio] FM transmitter|
brett.gazdzinski at verizonbusiness.com
Fri Mar 3 23:33:28 EST 2006
The transmitter I pointed out, or a lower power version, will
do very nicely, its got very good fidelity.
To reduce the range, you can just use one of those
rubber ducky antenna's.
They used to sell .4 watt, 1 watt, and 4 watts.
Mine has been working great for years, although I should check the range.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: amradio-bounces at mailman.qth.net
> [mailto:amradio-bounces at mailman.qth.net] On Behalf Of Donald Chester
> Sent: Friday, March 03, 2006 11:22 PM
> To: amradio at mailman.qth.net
> Subject: Re: [AMRadio] FM transmitter
> >Be very careful - keep your FM transmitters under the Part
> 15 limits or you
> >might get busted! Putting a big antenna on even a low power
> unit will
> >the allowed limits
> I won't worry about it as long as the signal is not audible
> beyond the
> boundaries of my property. I live on 100 acres, and it's not
> anyone's damn
> business what rf environment I generate within the confines.
> In order to
> get coverage from the house to the ham shack, I need about
> 100 feet of solid
> range. The nearest house nextdoor to me is about 1000 ft. away.
> Even here, a relatively rural part of the country, the FM
> band is pretty
> well loaded. There are only a handful of open channels in
> the entire band.
> I suspect if a weak signal did leak across my property line,
> it would be
> totally swamped out because of the capture effect of FM.
> I'm not interested in transmitting on cell phone frequencies
> or SHF ham
> bands. I just want to extend the range of streaming audio to all the
> existing FM radios in my house and hamshack. This is not an
> amateur radio
> type of project. I'd rather concentrate my experimenting and
> building to my
> actual ham station. I am just looking for a high quality, low power
> transmitter than can be made to work with a minimum of effort
> and hassle.
> Don k4kyv
> This message was typed using the DVORAK keyboard layout. Try
> it - you'll
> like it.
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