and while it’s good to be compliant with the regs for all bands, baby monitors and cordless phones have pretty much abandoned that freq, all that’s left are kids toy walkie talkies, as far as know. If you were to do some experimenting there and slipped a bit, who’s to complain?
Not much on the pre-emphasis which would be needed for music,…[Read more]
1. Be more specific in your post title. People are busy, and scan the topics for something interesting or that they can help with. A bunch of threads titled “Another Zara Radio Question” doesn’t really capture anyone’s interest, as you have already figured out, I hope.
2. Be much more specific in stating your question. Be painfully…[Read more]
Interesting. When I was driving through Northern California a year ago, I heard something very similar in the expanded AM band. The stations I heard in NoCal were the worst. All automated, no effort to even try to hide the fact that the station was an autopilot drone. They seemed to go forever between IDs, and the few I caught were something…[Read more]
A 500 foot antenna would not need a loading coil 🙂 well, maybe a little one, depending on your frequency.
Anything much shorter, and an loading coil will be needed to match the antenna to the transmitter. For Part 15 three meter length limits, yes, definitely.
More info here:
Sorry to say the copies we hosted on the old am1700.org site were lost in a system crash in ’04 🙁
Here is a link to one of the last versions of the old Daddy G home page, with a list of all the files that had been recorded as of September 04.
Actually, that sounds like a cool content solution. My CD based MP3 player (iRiver) will happily accept standard format MP3 playlists. These can be generated with a number of applications, but I’m lazy and I just use WinAmp. Just create a playlist in WinAmp and save it. You can edit it with Windows Notepad if you’re careful, because it’s just…[Read more]