- January 22, 2022 at 6:54 am #119007Part 15 EngineerParticipant
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Got my fcc part 15 am remotely located site up and running.
I feed the omnia 3 am audio processor into a barix 500 streaming box set for PCM 16bit MSB @ 24kHz Mono. That feeds an avalan aw900m wireless link system with 5dbi omni antennas (15.247) then to the remote site is received by another avalan aw900m which goes to the barix 100 decoder box which than feeds the studio module of the chez procaster FCC part 15 certified 100mW AM transmitter on 1600 kHz (15.219) which broadcasts to the east building in addition to 91.9 FM (15.239) and 1560 AM (15.221) broadcasting to the west building. I now serve all 52 units with a quality signal and quality programming.
January 22, 2022 at 9:03 am #119010MarkModerator
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Nice. Just to understand your set up, the Procaster gets an over the air signal to one building, on 1600, and you are using carrier current to the other building for the other frequency, on 1560?
Where have you got the Procaster mounted? And what are you using for the carrier current?
Nice you have it all up and running.
January 22, 2022 at 9:40 am #119012Part 15 EngineerParticipant
- This reply was modified 4 months ago by Mark.
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I feed the output of my omnia 3 am to both the barix 500 for the remote site (1600) and the Greek made dds carrier current (1560) transmitter which used an lpb t2c tuner in hot load as the antenna on the carrier current.
the remote site has the Barix 500 feeding a pair of 900 MHz part 15 Ethernet / IP radios over to the next building where it is decoded by a barix 100 which feeds the studio module of a chez procaster on 1600.
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