Low Power How To Broadcast Primers
The following illustrative topics are meant to provide a simplified overview of what is involved in building and operating a Part 15 station. Due to the variety of equipment available, ranging from "pro-sumer" semi-pro consumer audio gear right through to specialty broadcast equipment, these overviews are not meant to be a detailed step-by-step instructional manual. You should be able to receive an elementary understanding of what is involved in building the Part 15 station you wish to have.
- Basic Broadcasting Setup
- Talking Sign Broadcasting Setup
- Basic Live Broadcasting Setup
- Advanced Live Broadcasting Setup
While these examples illustrate a free radiating antenna-equipped transmitter, the same general principles may be applied for other Part 15 radio systems such as carrier-current and leaky coax systems.
It is recommended you consult your equipment manuals for specifics relating to your own equipment. It is also recommended you consult a qualified installation contractor or broadcast engineer should the scale of your intended installation extend beyond your own knowledge or comfort level.
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