PCS Electronics PCS Electronics - home page PCS Electronics  
RegisterSearchFAQAM & FM Radio transmitters shop UsergroupsLog in
Looking to Start a camus radio station

 
Reply to topic    PCS-Electronics Forum Index » Users share experience... View previous topic
View next topic
Looking to Start a camus radio station
Author Message
robflyz
New registered user
New registered user


Joined: 09 Nov 2004
Posts: 1

Post Looking to Start a camus radio station Reply with quote
I go to college in a small town in Kansas. I would like to bradcast no more than 4-5 miles. I would like to make a cheap and effecient set up. What sort of set up would some of you reccomend for my needs. I am planning on running the station via a computer, all the music will be digital yet i would like also to be able to speak over the airwaves. I am sorry if this has been disscussed in another thread, I am just to busy right now to go through the whole sit. I would appreciate any help you could lend. rob
Tue Nov 09, 2004 8:28 pm View user's profile Send private message
evanschuck
New registered user
New registered user


Joined: 10 Nov 2004
Posts: 7
Location: Japan

Post Suggestion Reply with quote
I would like to recommend the music automation software that I use on http://www.fmgodzilla.com for you to use on your future college station. I have been using OtsDJ for a few years, and absolutely love it. You can download a fully functional demo version by going to http://www.otsdj.com
Chuck Evans
fmgodzilla.com
Japan

_________________
If you like todays rock and roll, and a little of the good ole stuff, then please visit my site http://www.fmgodzilla.com
Wed Nov 10, 2004 10:46 am View user's profile Send private message Visit poster's website
pcs
Site master
Site master


Joined: 18 Jan 2002
Posts: 3063
Location: Radio Land

Post Reply with quote
Hey,

why not place our link on your website since you're
promiting yours in our forum?

_________________
Best regards,
Marko - PCS Electronics
--------------------------------------------------------
Turn your PC into a FM radio station!
http://www.pcs-electronics.com
fax +386 4 2316 128
Wed Nov 10, 2004 10:50 am View user's profile Send private message Visit poster's website
evanschuck
New registered user
New registered user


Joined: 10 Nov 2004
Posts: 7
Location: Japan

Post Link Reply with quote
You know...I may just do that! At the moment I am seriously thinking about buying the PCI-MAX 2005 transmitter. It seems that the one that I purchased from Ramsey Electronics is on the way to room temperature. I have a friend in the states that bought the previous years model, and he loves it. So, maybe in a few days I will make my decision, and then will be more than happy to post a link on my front page, and on my Links page too. I will spend a little time reading the forums to see what others have experienced with the PCI MAX card. My only concern is with possible noise from the computer power supply. Have a good day, or night!
Chuck

UPDATE!!! Okay, your logos are now posted on 2 locations on my website. I hope that I can help generate some traffic for your company.
I am looking forward to hearing what the PCI-MAX 2005 sounds like on the air here in Japan.

_________________
If you like todays rock and roll, and a little of the good ole stuff, then please visit my site http://www.fmgodzilla.com
Wed Nov 10, 2004 11:12 am View user's profile Send private message Visit poster's website
revspalding
New registered user
New registered user


Joined: 30 Nov 2005
Posts: 6

Post transmitting over the power lines Reply with quote
Years ago I found an old tube transmitter which had no antenna jack... It did have a couple of high voltage, low capacitance capacitors, which were connected from the low pass filter on the output tank circuit of the power amplifier back to the ac line input.... I had never seen anything like that, and my old mentor from college said that many colleges and schools used similar transmitters which basically used the existing power lines for an antenna. The signal would be fed in series back to the first power transformer on a telephone pole... The signal wouldn't get past that on the power line, but would get outside the building and around the campus with enough signal strength to cover the campus.... Any ideas on how we could modify any of your transmitters to accomplish this? Or would you recommend against anything like that... Seems to me that it would be playing with fire...
Wed Nov 30, 2005 9:32 pm View user's profile Send private message
Display posts from previous:    
Reply to topic    PCS-Electronics Forum Index » Users share experience... All times are GMT + 1 Hour
Page 1 of 1

 
Jump to: 
You cannot post new topics in this forum
You cannot reply to topics in this forum
You cannot edit your posts in this forum
You cannot delete your posts in this forum
You cannot vote in polls in this forum


Powered by phpBB © 2001, 2005 phpBB Group