- August 14, 2017 at 1:56 am #11341Carl BlareParticipant
Total posts : 1540
Huh? What is Carl trying to say now?
Alright, being on the air/stream all the time is good, but so is the AM background sounds that come drifting from the surrounding world when the carrier is off.
I will sign off in the evening and keep the radio on tuned to my frequency listening to the swishing, buzzing, fading, jumpy signals from whereever.
What I am going to do is record hours and hours of unused frequencies and the mish mosh that comes DXing in while the channel is open after hours.
What am I going to do with all these recordings of AM ambience?
Here’s the payoff to what I am saying:
After I officially stop programming, I will keep the transmitter and stream on and play continuous AM noise. Heck, I could broadcast live AM noise from some other frequency that I wasn’t using.
We even tried it one night in cooperation with MICRO1700 who came up with the idea.
People who don’t do low power radio would never understand why this is more fun than being with them.August 14, 2017 at 6:25 am #55412MICRO1700Guest
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There are remotely controlled
radio receivers all over the world.
Get the correct internet software, and you
can listen to these receivers
at home on line.
This is known by most of us – but the
thing is – – I’ ve never been able
to get these to work.
So Carl, if you want to try it, I’ll listen.
Brooce, Part 15 Hartford
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