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Subject: Re: FM Transmitters -- A Little Perspective

Date: 11/29/00 at 7:50 AM
Posted by: Dean Huster
E-mail: dhuster@pb.k12.mo.us
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In Reply to: Re: FM Transmitters or Amps Design Suggestions.. Needed. posted by Vlad on 11/29/00 at 12:25 AM:

Consider the fact that KMSM/KUMR, the NPR school station at the University of Missouri - Rolla in the 1960's was a 15-watt FM station. Not a lot of coverage (the city) and fully licensed by the FCC and subject to needing an engineer with a first-class license to monitor the transmitter. I haven't checked the FCC data bank to see if they've upped their power since then -- I'm sure they have -- but it goes to prove that it doen't take a lot. The antenna and tower height will be as large a factor as transmitter power.


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