Perfect for news-talk formats, the signal from this transmitter is enough to cover a good size town.
RADIO OUTLAW had Radio Brandy students build the outdoor/remote studio, the set up is perfect for church camps, campgrounds, youth clubs or mobile home parks. Cost for the set up is less than $700, leaving plenty for processing and a transmitter.
More on this set uphere.
Stephen Dunifer's new four-page primer on why the airwaves are ripe for repossession and how to make it happen in your town download the PDF filehere
Technical resources for Micro &
Part 15 AM & FM Broadcasters
Hands on broadcast workshop
These low power transmitters are perfect for sharing
Radio Outlaw or XRQK
with your co-workers or neighbors.
Simple home studio needed for the neighborhood broadcaster.
A Ramsey FM30b or EDM transmitter; can easily cover a medium to large sized condo or apartment community.
Space saving vertical studio set up; gets most programming from a KU band satellite in the back of the studio
This studio feeds three FM Networks and a couple of streams. The mixer on the left is for computer production and Skype interviews. The mixer on the right is for one of our FM's. The processors serve our three micro FM networks; the Ramsey FM30b (pictured), covers a population of 3,500 by itself!