- November 15, 2020 at 6:35 am #116297Part 15 EngineerParticipant
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is there any interest here in a lpfm / fm translator setup?
Local pickup in scottsbluff, NE and cash only
I’m selling the following gear as a set,,,
Agile 88-108 MHz RVR PTX20 fm transmitter 2-20w
Unbranded tunable 88-108 MHz dual band pass cavity currently tuned to 92.1
Aphex FM Pro 2020
Broadcast Electronics FC30 stereo generator
Telewave FM Low Pass Filter
Henry 100 watt fm amp tuned to 89.xx retunable by Henry radio
Local pickup in Scottsbluff, NE
I will consider partial trade cash or complete straight trade if you have any or all of the equipment I need to complete my remote site part 15 am project.
I need the following,
Am NRSC asymmetrical processor such as a inovonics 235 or schlockwood sw400,
Pair of barix 500 or 1000 streaming endec.
I’m done with fm going to complete part 15 am with a remote site,
Going to use the funds to invest in the needed equipment for my part 15 am remote site.
And yes i ran the rvr on low power into a dummy load. And no I didn’t get busted by the fcc. Just figured fm isn’t worth the effort for such short range.November 15, 2020 at 10:16 am #116298MarkModerator
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You must mean the SW-200 which I had and sold to Gerry at Procaster who is right here in Toronto, not too long ago. I am using the Procaster processor that comes with it and didn’t need the Schlockwood any more….too bad you didn’t need a short time ago. The studio works quite well and with an inexpensive 9 band EQ. There’s the modulation depth adjust with the studio that gives good “punch” to your sound. I can get the same curves as the Schlockwood did with the equalizer.
Agree with you that FCC legal part 15 range with FM is not worth too much effort and equipment.
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