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HI,

Is it possible to use an fm tuner as an stl ? if yes how can this be possible. is there any manual or book on this.

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Yes, but as this would work on FM band anyone would be able to listen to your signal.

Besides, received signal needs to be conditioned / processed before it is fed back to the transmitter, stereo pilot needs to be removed or MPX extracted.
Household tuners are not equipped to do so.

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THANKS FOR THE UPDATE AND INSIGHT. BUT HOW DO I GO ABOUT IT FROM THE START. ANY MANUAL ON IT PLS.

I NEED YOUR ASSISTANCE

THANKS

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Easy, buy a product such as this one here:

http://www.pcs-electronics.com/professional-15002500mhz-audio-wireless-link-p-1432.html

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Marko,

I intend using the above system as STL but my transmission is saturated with alot of Telecommunication masts. I will like to know if it will have any effect such as interference when using EnGenius EOC2611P, Extreamer and Instreamer as STL.

Thank you

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On the difficult sites go for this:

http://www.pcs-electronics.com/professional-15002500mhz-audio-wireless-link-p-1432.html

These are hardened against all kinds of interference (a sharp filter at the input etc).

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Thanks marko.

Will contact your rep David

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We will introduce a budget classic VHF STL soon, but for the tower with lots of interference this one is more suitable:

http://www.pcs-electronics.com/professional-15002500mhz-audio-wireless-link-p-1432.html

The new unit will be called MAX LINK 3000 (module) and the boxed units will probably be called CyberMaxLink+

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