TV on the Modern Scene
Posted on November 17, 2010
The “modern scene” is my name for the new atmosphere produced by changes being made in FCC frequency allocations and the Part 15 Rules. It seems to me that TV, which I think has been disallowed for low power, is being re-allowed for low power projects (comments welcome).
Anyway, I launched a TV station online, and also make reference to “Channel 14,” because I have a “TV Genie” which is a lovely low power UHF transmitter for Channel 14. It is discussed on this website that “Genie” was confiscated by the FCC and channel 14 has been taken out of TV service, but I think channel 14 is being put back onto a part 15 status. That doesn’t matter, because my “Genie” is turned off and serving only as a prop.
But the Online TV station is real. Maybe I’ll get a Ramsey VHF transmitter.
I am old so I view TV as radio with pictures. What I need next is knowledge of how to make a video playlist so that KDX-TV has more than one program at a time.