A.M. Radio Transmitter Service

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 ATTENTION INTERNET RADIO STATIONS, RADIO PROGRAMMERS, REAL ESTATE AGENTS & SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS

GMAP RADIO TV BROADCAST NETWORK IS NOW PROVIDING AM RADIO TRANSMITTER SERVICE

START YOUR OWN TERRESTRIAL RADIO STATION "LEGAL & LICENSE FREE ~ WOW WHAT AN AWESOME GOD WE SERVE

The i.AM.radio Transmitter and companion extended range antenna tuning unit is FCC certified as I.D.# DLB5LTT98

The i.AM. 100mw unlicensed transmission system is FCC approved for unlicensed broadcast under Part 15.219 of the FCC rules. Our certification includes the use of our external "range extender" antenna tuning unit, defined as the final device in the transmission system.

Tests have been recently conducted to confirm that the final input power is within the maximum 100mw at this final stage and every transmitter is factory calibrated to conform to this input power prior to shipping.

Copies of these recently performed tests are available here.  
 
  
  

COMPLETE OUTDOOR TRANSMITTER PACKAGES  {WE ARE CURRENTLY OFFERING A 5% DISCOUNT}

 

PACKAGE I
PACKAGE II PACKAGE III
AM Transmitter Only
High quality i.AM.radio with Outdoor Transmitter and all required connecting cables.
AM Transmitter with Basic Studio
High quality i.AM.radio with Outdoor Transmitter and all required connecting cables and basic broadcast mixer with mic, speakers, and headphones.
AM Transmitter with Upgraded Studio
High quality i.AM.radio with Outdoor Transmitter and all required connecting cables and upgraded broadcast mixer with mic, speakers and headphones.

Complete Package Contents
i.AM.Radio Outdoor Transmitter
Indoor AM Antenna
RG-6 Coaxial Cable-100 ft.
Transmitter Power Supply
Transmitter Hand-held Mic

Complete Package Contents
i.AM.Radio Outdoor Transmitter
Indoor AM Antenna
Transmitter Power Supply
Basic Radio Mixer
Mic and Stand
Powered Stereo Speakers
and all connecting cables


Complete Package Contents
i.AM.Radio Outdoor Transmitter
Transmitter Power Supply
Upgraded Radio Mixer
Mic and Stand
Powered Stereo Speakers
and all connecting cables
List Price $1,090.00
SALE PRICE $544.00
5% Discount $516.80

List Price $2,385.00
SALE PRICE $1,839.00
5% Discount $1747.05

List Price $2,685.00
SALE PRICE $2,139.00
5% Discount $2032.05

  Please Contact us for order details

http://www.iamradio.net/

Referred by: Pastor KevinStrawder / GMAP Broadcast Network

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*Shipping & Handling Charges Not Included

*10% of all final sales will be Donated to: 

GMAP Broadcast Network

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Regulations
  

When transmitting a radio broadcast signal in the commercial AM band, different Federal regulations apply. These vary depending on your status (licensed / unlicensed, individual, institution, government agency, etc.), desired coverage range, and frequency.
For some, licenses allowing broader coverage are available.

Unlicensed Broadcasting
Part 15 / subpart C of the rules of the Federal Communications Commission govern the use of “Intentional Radiators.” These are the regulations that apply to users who want to broadcast without a license on the AM band. These regulations outline the technical details regarding field strength, power, and transmitter frequency accuracy, and permitted spurious emission limits. The original and full texts of these various sections are below, however, the most pertinent regulations for most Part 15 broadcasters include:
15.209 - Radiated emission limits; general requirements
15.219 - Operation in the band 510-1705 kHz.
15.221 - Operation in the band 525-1705 kHz.
15.239 - Operation in the band 88-108 MHz. (for FM)


All part 15 sections are conveniently available at the FCC website. There are also some pretty good resources provided by the FCC including the web site titled "Low Power" Broadcast Radio Stations and the federally authored document entitled “Understanding the FCC Regulations for Low-Power, Non-Licensed Transmitters


Unlicensed Broadcasting for Educational Institutions
Special provisions were enacted by the FCC in 1990 which allow the relatively unrestricted broadcasting of an AM signal that remains contained within the campus or grounds of the institution. As long as the signal is contained to the owned property of the institution, no content, antenna, or output power restrictions are enforced.
Specific regulations are highlighted on this rulemaking notice. Available products from Radio Systems can be found at their Low Power AM Radio and their free radiate page.


Licensed Low-Power Broadcasting for Government Entities and Municipalities
Under PART 90.242, within the “Private Land Mobile Radio Services” section of the FCC rules are regulations for the use of “Travelers Information Radio Stations,” available only for use by Government entities (State Parks, Highway authorities, municipalities, etc.) More information is available at the FCC web site. The rulemaking is per this document and from our distributor, Information Station Specialists.

To avoid competition and confusion with licensed commercial stations that share the AM band, TIS stations are restricted from airing commercials, music, and must band limit their frequency response above 3000 cycles. 

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