Is anyone using Raspberry Pi for any portion of their Part 15 stations? I did a search for a thread on the Pi and saw nothing. Just curious what successes there are, if any. Most of the software I see for Part 15 use is Windows based, and I’m not sure a Pi would run Windows very well.
Centinel replied to the topic Overblown Security Concerns for Part 15 Broadcasters in the forum Broadcast Equipment 1 month ago
This interests me. Please provide a couple of sample links to eliminate guesswork on what might work.
Original news content by Radio Phvern, confirmation by Radio Phvern on the request by a fire board for a new 9/11 investigation.
If I produce an approximately 15 min long original program on the topic of scouting, might anyone be interested in syndicating it on their station?
I need some input on how much time would be need to be devoted to commercial break or station ID. I’m thinking 9-12 min of actual talk time. Only crafting and brainstorming the idea right now. Ma…[Read more]
I started another Part 15 station project. New transmitter. Not entirely new ideas but I think I will make this station portable. Not sure yet. I won’t call it something different. Same website as last time.
A year passed from the prior one concluding and I missed it. Also updated my ham license to General and it made me think about it all…[Read more]
Instead of starting a movement, I would like to see us lobby Congress for low-power broadcasting on the upper AM band (as it was suggested in another thread). Keep it to 1-watt, etc, like it was suggested. I bet it would open up a whole new era for radio and keep the medium alive, out of big-business hands.
Do a series of tests over a week. Differing times of day. Before sunset, after, noon, whatever.
Keep a log, and then keep it for later reference. The tests are a due diligence on your part. State time, etc. and any power or levels much like a ham operator would do. Record what you know and observe.
Essentially I did this for my Radio Phve…[Read more]