Want your own Station? Check out Part 15 Radio!

Have you ever wanted to have your own radio station – broadcasting right from your house?!  Take a look at the world of “Part 15” radio!  Part 15 refers to a section of FCC rules that allow very low power station to operate without a license.  The Part 15 site www.Part15.us has lots of information for getting started.

One leading supplier if Part 15 AM transmitters is www.am1000rangemaster.com

Some have networked a group of Part 15 transmitters together to serve an entire community. Decatur Community Radio is a good example!  http://decaturcommunityradio.com/

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4 Responses to “Want your own Station? Check out Part 15 Radio!”

  1. Rob Martin Says:

    Your article fails to mention an excellent newcomer to Part 15 transmitters. the ChezRadio Procaster is a low-cost FCC certified Part 15 transmitter with built-in audio processing and easy setup – http://www.chezradio.com

    No matter if you are a novice or a season user of Part 15 radio, you *need* to check out the ultimate reference for Part 15 radio broadcasting:

    http://www.hobbybroadcaster.net

    and their sister site

    http://www.campusbroadcaster.net

  2. Steve Thomas Says:

    Radio Brandy, is also a great source for part 15 AM broadcasters. The part 15 am page is here:
    http://www.radiobrandy.com/RBpart15am.html
    Setting up a Catholic Radio repeater is easy to do, and cost little to set up; and you can preform a real public service to your neighborhood at the same time.
    Outlaw Radio, also has allot of helpful tips; including setting up a network and running your station off the grid. Their site is here:
    http://www.outlawradio.us

  3. Albert Castagna Says:

    i am very much interested in establishing a Catholic Radio Station in Chicago, Illinois. Initially a one hour program for my local community. Can you advise in this regard.

    Thank, you
    Albert Castagna, LCSW

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