Total posts : 45366
I have created a so called station file consisting of the Receipt for the
TH5.0, the manual for TH5.0 and ATU, the form 731 (since the FCC data is
NLA), a printout of dan bravermans statement on HB.net about the transmitter
system and a cover letter with the following…..
Classic Hit’s 1670 AM
Frequency: 1670 AM
Format: Classic Hit’s / Oldies / Disco / Funk
FCC Rule Part: C.F.R. 47 Sub-Part 15.219
Antenna: 3 meters total including ground lead
Transmitter: Talking House 5.0 with it’s Associated ATU System FCC ID:
About ATU: According to Radio Systems Global (see TH5.0/iAM Manual) the
“the model ATU outdoor manual antenna tuning unit is FCC accepted within
this certification as serving as the final output stage.
Station Owner Contact: Robert P. Chrysafis
Note for inspecting agent: should you come across this installation when I
am not home and you encounter a 3rd party please call me directly on my cell
with your issues and/or concerns so that any problems can be discussed and
corrected without issue. Also in most cases I am at most 20 minutes drive
away and can be here in a timely manner to discuss concerns face to face.
Robert P. Chrysafis
this is my studio as it is currently configured.
the atu is painted white to match porch ceiling color and appease the
landlord and is hung from my porch ceiling and has only a 16″ ground wire (not pictured)
with one end connected to ground lug on atu and the other end is not connected
to anything. the total length of antenna and ground lead from ATU is 118″ or 3m. from there the coaxial cable goes from tuner along ceiling down wall and into the wall box for my A/C unit and runs along living room floor behind couch where it comes up vertical a short distance to connect to the TH-V. the TH-V is connected to the proffessional studio gear via a balanced +4dbu to unbalanced -10dbv matchbox.
the station file is conspicuosly marked and placed below the tx where anyone inspecting tx can see it.