- July 23, 2016 at 12:58 am #10721Carl BlareParticipant
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Yes it’s true, the 115th show is now complete but has not yet been uploaded… I thought I’d take a break since I started recording at 5 AM before the sun rose, so we could have a quiet studio minus the air conditioner.
The Low Power Hour is the radio program all about legally authorized micro-broadcasting in the world with stories of the people who do it and the equipment that makes it possible.
Each program is produced in association with the Association of Low Power Broadcasters and Part15(dot)us, with thealpb(dot)com as the central repository where all the shows are housed.
The Low Power Hour is produced in the Internet Building in the studio of Worldround Radio in the center of North America.
The program is available for broadcast by low power radio stations by e-mailing email@example.comJuly 23, 2016 at 2:16 am #49764Carl BlareGuest
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In Low Power Hour No. 115 we are testing a new version of the Alpmic, the self-assembled microphone built into a chrome drain-pipe as featured in the Projects section at thealpb(dot)com.
From WBCQ The Planet Allan Weiner and Timtron respond to a caller’s question about lightning and antennas, the engineering perspective is exactly what low power radio stations need to know about operating transmitting systems in the open environment.
In Programs 113 & 114 we heard a 2-parter from Steve Gibson and Leo LaPorte at TWiT(dot)tv about 3-router computer security. The response prompted a detailed addenda and we bring it to you here.
Two musical novelties include “I Don’t Like Mosquitoes” featuring the voice of Donald Trump composed by Harry Schearer from le Show, and the amazing song “Rong Radio” from Benjamin Zephaniah.July 23, 2016 at 5:13 pm #49774Carl BlareGuest
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As of 12:06 NOON CDT today the original LPH115 V1 has been removed and replaced by a changed version under the same name.
Three changes were made. We detected a long space that needed closing, and added two Trump lines that sharpen the lead-in to the Mosquito Song.
By retaining the same program name the links above remain valid.
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