There is a switch on the transmitter that is pre-programmed to a specific power lever. In this case, 500 watts. And yes via the phasor the 15 watts is derived from the single transmitter.
One of the stations I engineered in the past was a 1 KW day and 500 watts at night. To achieve the night-time pattern, another tower located just to the north of the main tower was powered at 15 watts via a phasor. This was just enough to skew the pattern seen here:
The signal at night never gets much past the local prediction.
Considering that this is a “Labor of Love” and the fact that’s WordPress, it find it hard to complain at all. Someone had to pay for the domain name. Perhaps the users should kick in and pay for real web hosting site.
That’s my complaint.
Now get back to work.
Yes the station can be changed by simply accessing the PCB and pressing a switch until you get the station you want. The hold it for 2 seconds and it’s locked.
With the antenna fully collapsed it will easily pick up full power stations 60+ miles away.
Excellent co-channel rejection
The fidelity is surprisingly good.
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There has been some discussion about “Free Radiate” systems and how far a signal can emanate beyond the boundaries. The attached file is the University of South in Tampa. This Part 15 station operates under 15.221. Note the FCC Rules are vague with regard to the definition of a “perimeter.” Now we all know what a perimeter is, but do the rules…[Read more]
Canada is almost like the USA and when the democrats get done screwing up our country when its said and done Canada WILL become our NEW government and BETS-1 power levels WILL be legal.
Puff and Pass.
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