Behringer Ultramizer DSP-1425P is pictured
The items below are placed in the order
that they used in a radio station
Coverage area using our custom 500mw transmitter, and antenna at only 15 feet above ground; is over 15 miles. We used several stock car radios from GM & Ford for our test. We also used a low quality after market Jensen and got similar results.
The antenna pictured, is the Radio Brandy Ultimate FM Antenna balanced dipole; the bal-un is tucked inside the horizontal copper pipe. When mounted to a metal mast as pictured; the antenna produces a figure 8 pattern. The larger lobe is to the front and a smaller lobe to the rear. SWR is ultra low at 1.1.1.
We feed our antennas with LM-400; avoid using high loss RG58 (except for short cable from SWR meter).
This is a basic studio set up. Computers are used
to replace the traditional analog equipment
like: Reel to reels, carts and turntables.
1 watt Broadcast Warehouse FM module.
A low power AM radio station can be built; using the same studio equipment as an FM station.
Only items related to the transmitter, would be different; mainly audio processing.
Technically: Up to the point of the transmitter, all radio station equipment required is the same. From the transmitter to the antenna, it depends on your license if required in your country; or the power you wish to use if no license is required.
Of course the studio equipment you choose depends on your budget and how elaborate of a set up you desire.
The equipment above is bare bones for a good sounding radio station.
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If you have more questions about building a radio station, we have seasoned broadcast consultants available, that are willing to provide the information you will need to build your radio station; for a reasonable donation to the Radio Brandy workshop.
DO NOT ASK for information about building a radio station in any country (This Includes Yours), until you have donated at least $200, for five hours of consulting time; to get you started.
All to many of you, expect it to be done for free, our consultants simply don't have the time to give their work and experience away!
If you can't afford the donation,
Our consultants only work with those based in the United States or have USA based bank accounts.
you can't afford to build a radio station.
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Transmission items needed for a legal 100 Watt ERP LPFM radio station
Item Quantity Description
1 1 SWR Model FM1-1 Single Bay CP antenna (specify frequency and mtg. leg diam)
2 125' 1/2" Foam, 50 ohm Line
3 2 Type "N" male plugs & grounding kits
4 1 Energy-Onix SST-300C, 300 watt transmitter consisting of (1) SST-30FS,
30 watt exciter and (1) SSA-300C broadband amplifer with line surge protector.
5 1 DBX-266XL fast acting stereo compressor
6 1 Polyphasor Model IS-B50LN-C1 coaxial line protector
7 1 Gorman Redlick EAS System consisting of :
(1) EAS Digital Decoder
(2) AM/FM Receivers Dayton
(1) H.P. Printer
Covers 1-2 miles with good grounding at 25ft, can cover up
to 4 miles when elevated to 50ft.
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