@Mark, thank you for the explainer re: coax and wire. Seems basic to most int the hobby, but as my maths teacher used to say “there’s never a stupid question’, that’s why I asked. Can your clear answer cleared it up for me. Ill look forward to viewing that YouTube video too. Thank you for the link.
Thanks Mark. Forgot to say, I’m not in the USA, so your FCC restrictions don’t apply in this case.
You mention using a 3m wire for the mosquito. What type of wire would that be? Would 50 Ohm coax cable be considered as a ‘wire’?
Re: the loaded coil. Yep, did lots of internet searches and they all seem to relate to CB or Ham Radio. I’ve yet to se…[Read more]
Right here I go. I need advice. I have ‘six of one, and half dozen of another’ as the saying goes. I’ve lots of kit and facilities, but, to a novice like me, which seem to be mismatched.
I’ll lay out here the list of resources available to me. I want to get an AM rig on the air with a decent enough signal. I wonder if you’d be able to guide me…[Read more]
Once again, thank you so much for your considered thoughts on the issue. It is clear you are really trying to solve the problem, and that’s so difficult at such a remove.
If I may, I’d like to take the replies in turn.
Guys, Thank you very much for you considered replies. If I may, I’d like to take the suggestions in turn and offer a follow up.
@ArtisanRadio – You asked if I have gotten different results in different locations. I have used the TH with the internal setting (9ft) wire in various locations across my home city (suburban and inner city), and in…[Read more]
I have a Talking House V5. It is located on a high shelf in a shed – concrete slab walls with metal roof and wooden eaves. I drilled a whole through the wooden eaves, threaded the 3 metre wire and attached it to a bamboo pole. See image. I got limited coverage – 35 feet either direction maybe.
I bought one of the new range…[Read more]
Just bumping this thread. I found the weekly CDX Country Music News bulletin with Shannon McCombs. It is available free each Thursday to registered stations with CDX Nashville.
Tell her Pat from Total Country FM sent you. 🙂
Just wondering if anyone has come across a Country Music News bulletin which is available free to air of charge?
I have sourced a number of the programmes I air by searching various podcast platforms. I haven’t been able to find a Country Music News bulletin.
Id prefer a short (5 min for example) weekly bulletin I could schedule a c…[Read more]