Advise / Help with FCC Part 15 AM/FM installation
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I’m thinking someone from SnoVarc can make suggestions on this request?
Begin forwarded message:
"George Jones" <georgejones@...
May 6, 2020 at 7:18:54 PM PDTTo:
"'Radio Club of Redmond N7KE'" <rcrr@...
>Subject: Advise / Help with FCC Part 15 AM/FM installation
I would like to solicit suggestions/ideas from RCR members on my need to install a AM or FM low-power transmitter at my church in Renton to support “drive-in” service. I have examined a number of suppliers of low-power Part 15 gear and am finding very little inventory due to recent demand resulting from the Corvid-19 lockdowns.
Has anyone had any experience with such devices and using and/or sourcing same. Any suggestions on alternates to communicating using AM/FM transmission with cars in a parking lot? – using wifi and smartphones has been suggested but I don’t have clear understanding of how to proceed.
I recall a project article in Popular Electronics in the 1960’s about building your own unlicensed low-power AM station so the obvious question to all the hams out there – does anyone have any AM/FM low-power transmitter sitting on the shelf that could be borrowed or purchased?
Anyway – any thoughts would be appreciated.
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