The Philadelphia Folk Festival low power simulcast radio station we were discussing is formally on air called K-FEST 90.3 FM (KFST?)
I actually received it best on 90.4 as there were two strong stations on either side of 90.3. Makes me wonder if they even bothered to get a FCC temporary station permit. I bet it's only 10-15 watts and was still broadcasting pre-recorded music in stereo on Monday after the fest.
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Holy smokes....you guys are intense. I'm still learning about CB's, y'all are decades ahead of me. Watching these videos has me stoked though. If the poop ever hits the fan, am is going to be the only way we have to communicate.
Post by "Doc"Hammer on Nov 27, 2013 21:46:19 GMT -5
I like that Bengal...I tried the link tonight, had about 26 seconds of airtime, then my internet puked...don't know what the issue was tonight. Software wouldn't stay connected. Got to listen to the spew feed though, so it wasn't a total wash.
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Teaberry Model "T" 40 channel hybrid tube base station I was running on CRR the first half along with a "Craig's List $35 Special" Cobra 148GTL "made in the Malaysia" by Ranger. Once again thanks for the gate!