- March 26, 2019 at 11:24 am #110611
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I just added 11k tracks to my stations main playlist for a total of 96k tracks. I am just about done adding tracks to the playlist I will still add a few tracks here and there no more big 1.5k+ adds at one time. I am still adding tracks to the radio programs I will keep doing this for a while. My stations website wwww.phatbeatsradio.com I am broadcasting at 96kbps AAC+ using Radioboss with Stereo Tool settings SoundReturn by GAP V4. I am not running a part 15 stations I would love to one day if I could get 4miles range.
- March 26, 2019 at 12:37 pm #110612
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We have been running RadioBoss since 2015 without a hiccup.
- March 26, 2019 at 1:44 pm #110614
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The only way you’re going to get 4 miles range is with an LPFM. Supposedly there might be an application window opening up in the next few years (I can’t remember where I saw that, but I did read it somewhere – it’s not all that important to me in Canada).
- March 26, 2019 at 3:18 pm #110615
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The only way you’re going to get 4 miles range is with an LPFM…
OR.. with multiple transmitters. That does however open yet another avenue of grey…
- March 27, 2019 at 7:22 am #110627
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There has never been a problem with multiple AM transmitters as long as they are spaced out.
I didn’t say there was, nor have I ever heard of any citations for multiple transmitter installations spread out across an area.. The FCC indicates it’s fine as long as it’s “uncoordinated” installations -thus the “grey” area. Part 15 tends to consist of convoluted rules. But that’s ok, it’s been prospering quite nicely for over a half century anyway.
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