About Us › Forums › temp › Time to Create a Facebook Account To Petition the FCC › Guys, there are some decent
Total posts : 45366
Guys, there are some decent transmitters out there for both AM and FM.
Some are better designed than others, but may not operate under the current US part 15 AM or FM guidelines.
Even in this topic alone, I have learned new names and new model numbers of transmitters I have never heard of before.
Perhaps, there should be a dedicated page that lists all of the transmitters available that are massed produced and do an electrical characteristic of each and include the specifications of each for comparison.
I do not know if a transmitter challenge would be a fair way to compare each transmitter’s performance, because a challenge has already been attempted elsewhere and I see a lot of negative feedback given by those who read about it at other websites where the results were announced.
But it would be nice, to see all the possibilities available out there, lined up for comparison.
One for AM and one for FM. Include both kits and pre-assembled ones that are FCC certified.
Some kits are better designed than others and some look well designed but in reality, really aren’t. There are kits that just have the basic exciter and there are kits that have all the required bells and whistles that make a kit with phanominal sound quality and filtering for a clean crisp sound. That is what I’d spend my money on. Even if it costs an extra couple of hundred bucks. Same goes for assembled part 15 transmitters.