Posted on December 23, 2011
The company named “Radio Systems” refer to themselves as “The primary supplier of carrier current equipment,” which suggests that there are other suppliers of carrier current equipment. But no other suppliers of carrier current equipment are known, unless you can mention another supplier.
Radio Systems has only one choice, the TR-6000 30-Watt transmitter and the CP-15 20-Watt coupler, not exactly matched as to power, and not capable of the maximum 50-Watts permitted by Part 15 rules.
And here’s a question about a theoretical carrier current operation that “really travels a long distance” under ideal power line conditions. In such a case, how can the actual transmitting location of the radio station be tracked and found?
If some carrier current stations are able to cover large areas, why don’t we see more carrier current radio stations in operation?