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As a follow up on my last post, I wanted to add that I read the stories of radio people and inventors of the past, and it seems like the ones who go far with it have well rounded knowledge in their areas, that’s why I suggested to take electrical/electronics, learn the physics of electricity and how to build your own equipment, engineering, there’s nothing like doing it hands on to learn and be a part of it.
Seeing the people who last in it, they are well rounded and have lots of roads to follow. I’ve even seen the example here of FCC involvement, where somebody does a part 15 station and the FCC sends a NUO, and they just fold up and you never hear from them again. Now the station operators who are really involved and doing lots of stuff with their station and believe that broadcasting is good, they seem to come out fighting, they keep their streams going, use a different kind of transmitter, try to get on college stations in the summer and things like that. They have a lot of roads to follow, so they’re not stopped if one of those has a road block, they just take a different direction.
I just wrote a graduation speech! Well sit back and enjoy it Atrain.