Bill helps with low-power, license-free broadcasting

HobbyBroadcasterIn reference to our post, Dave’s FM Station Empire, SWLing Post reader Bill writes:

Nice article on the use of low power broadcasting. For the last 5 years my site,, has been helping radio enthusiasts along with schools and businesses learn how to use legal, low power, license-free Part 15 radio for a variety of uses. I created the site due to my involvement with starting a campus-limited high school station and discovering the lack of quality resources available for school-based broadcasters unable to obtain an FCC allocation. With many hobbyists also using this same technology on AM to serve their neighbors with micro radio it only seemed natural to expand the interest to hobbyists, too.

Also, Part 15 regulations allow for some use of the shortwave bands for experimental broadcasting with the most common frequency used by hobbyists being 13.56 MHz.

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