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I’ve thought about the C. Crane FM transmitter. Come to think of it, that’s not the first time I’ve looked at that transmitter.
I did read a review of the C. Crane transmitter that was done by hobbybroadcaster. It seemed to have a glowing review. Obviously, a certified transmitter is the way to go as you don’t have to worry about assembling it or worrying too much about whether or not it’s “legal.”
As for BMI: I did see on their site that they do have licenses specific to part 15 stations. How much it costs to obtain that license is a different story. Although, I can’t imagine that they would go after a part 15 station … unless they had a very good reason to do so.
I don’t plan on streaming the content … at least not yet. I do want to have local and possibly national/International news on the station.
I completely understand from other posts and from doing my own research that my range isn’t going to be very far. I just wanted to see what other part 15 broadcasters have done legally to enhance their signal, or make the most of it.
Thanks so much for the replies and input. I do appreciate it!