This 1990 Monitoring Times issue relates to shortwave part 15 broadcasting -I think.. if that’s the same thing as “Medfer”.. Anyway, you can read/download the entire 4 page article (actually it’s the entire issue) from https://archive.org/details/MonitoringTimesMarch1990/page/n9?q=%22part+15%22
Hey that wasn’t half bad, there are only a handful of other newscast available for part 15 stations, I did not see anything detailing rights to broadcast (although I did get inpatient for the pages to load while looking for it so maybe I missed it).
Apparently foul language laws don’t apply to domain names, but the newscast itself sounds fine.
Carl said: “at least some rules outside of the part 15 section apply even to part 15 stations.”
As for in the US, in regard to indecency and/or profanity, and obscenity on the airwaves :
“Federal law prohibits obscene, indecent and profane content from being broadcast on the radio or TV. …Broadcasting obscene content is prohibited by law at…[Read more]
I wasn’t talking about ground leads at all, so I’m mildly insulted on the spin created. What I said was that the FCC document said that even our station is in “strict adherence to the technical limitations in Part 15″, it doesn’t insure any right to continued operation of that station.
That’s a pretty extreme thing for an FCC official docu…[Read more]
Sorry, I forget sometimes that these forums arn’t exclusively part 15, but rather also includes the similar regulation hobbyist of other countries.
And though the ground lead gets old, it never can go away because it is intricately part of part 15.
However, you got to keep in mind that document had been written during a time that coincided when Yellowstone and the Highway departments began using for the first tome ever part 15 transmitters in licensed broadcast bands.
The whole thing had come out of left field and it’s use became widespread all with in a period of about a year, all over th…[Read more]
“I have seen permitted in the documents but never tolerated.”
I have, or damn close to it. Always remembered it because I had to look up the word “sufferance”:
Noun: Absence of objection rather than genuine approval; ie: toleration.
“…are considered to be sufficiently lenient that a reasonable o…[Read more]
The slowness is a little annoying and quite out of the norm, but on the other hand it’s a bit neglostic, it reminds me of when I bought my first 56k modem!
But seriously, I hear the site had suffered some kind of virus attack or something a few months ago and suspect its current condition has something to do with the aftermath of that. I’m sure…[Read more]
As if we didn’t have enough ads already appearing within the post.
I like Ruko a lot, but I stick with the totally free channels. It cost me about $40 for the box about 5 or 6 years ago and hasn’t cost me a cent since. All the movies are totally uncut (and there a lot of good ones to choose from) but do include commercials since it’s free, but…[Read more]
RichPowers replied to the topic Knife edge limits for § 15.221 Operation in the band 525-1705 kHz. in the forum Regulations / Law 4 days, 1 hour ago
I personally believe it reasonable that a 15.221 system to reach all areas of the campus even it results that certain directions go a little beyond “borders” of that irregular shaped campus.. Now obviously my opinion doesn’t mean squat, but again, if you consider it from another angle; it is unreasonable that an educational system should have…[Read more]
That kind of thing has happened to me a few times, and yes it’s frustrating.
I’ve found that it’s a good idea before hitting the Submit button.. to first hit “Ctrl A” (select all) and “Ctrl C” (copy). That way if it happens you don’t have to start all over; you can just hit “Ctrl V” (paste), and everything you had just typed in will be back.
Well you wouldn’t really need a Ruko as the receiver, it’s just that they are very portable, cheap, use almost no energy, and capable of receiving the stream wirelessly – but of course they need a WiFi signal to work. You could just use a laptop or something as the receiver instead.
Any ruko would work, I’ve even paid under $10 used on eBay for…[Read more]
I’ve played with idea of wifr STL for a while and even experimented using Rukos as the transmitters audio feed, and had some success with that, but that w’s back when streaming music was cheap.. But anyway, and I’m not sure if I’d already mentioned it in another thread, but there’s a free software that I’d come across recently, and wonder if…[Read more]
Lets try it again…
Well I think it’s based on the readings at the perimeter, which I guess would read differently on different occasions because environmental conditions can change those kind of readings from day to day. Maybe it was within the readings at time of install.
As far as defining the perimeter boundary when it varies with…[Read more]
This dam thing.. I made a reply and then came back to edit a spelling, and it appears to have deleted my post, so since it was still on my clipboard I tried to post it again but it just says:
ERROR: Duplicate reply detected; it looks as though you’ve already said that!
Yeah, well I know that, but it’s not posting the first one!!
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