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i wish to cover a large area, can i setup many low power stations near each other slightly over lapping each signal on the same freq. (signal supplied via satellite)
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You would need a clear space on the band for a few low pwered TX's, E.g 94-95 the Tx's will start fighing on the same freq if you have one tuned to 94 and an other on close by tuned to 94
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If I am not mistaken Tetsuo Kogawa tried this and commented that after relaying and re-relaying, some quality is sacrificed as noise is introduced between tx rx stations.

Try checking also the link below:

http://fm.thing.net/
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Thats just based on FM links though, if you used g-band linking for all them?
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I see... to us old school, C-band... yup it'll work. It will just be like an STL. As long as you have the right equipment pointing at each other at the proper power and location... quality should be ok.
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yeah like 99.9% accturite even a single tree and bang
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