With the Procaster AM transmitter system you can broadcast any content such as music, talk, information, advertising etc. to any AM radio. Typical range is 1/2 to 2 mile radius depending on local conditions.
sufficient for many applications such as
- Local Community Radio
- Retirement Communities
- Hobby Broadcasting
- Real Estate Sales
- Boys Scouts
- Emergency Broadcasting
Broadcast to any AM radio using theProcaster AM transmitter • Sturdy Construction The Procaster uses a rigid welded aluminum enclosure with stainless steel hardware for a long corrosion-free life. The included side-mounted 104 in aluminum antenna uses dual mounts for extra rigidity to resist bending and stays vertical even in the strongest of winds for optimum transmission. The lightweight design of the entire system makes for an easy install and light mast loading. •Great Performance Low distortion, hi-fi audio delivers excellent low bass response and BIG sound just like commercial broadcast stations. Performance exceeds most AM radio receivers. • Built-in 42 Channel Quartz SynthesizerChoose from 42 broadcast channel frequencies. This allows you to select the quietest channel in your listening area for best range without having to order different crystals.•Built-in Audio Processor No need to purchase additional complicated and expensive audio processors and signal conditioners. The Procaster includes built-in audio processing and limiting, saving you hundreds in additional equipment costs and reducing installation space. Sound dynamics can be easily tailored to suit your listening preference and best of all, it's simple to set up with no technical knowledge required. •Built-in Tuning MeterForget about complicated jumper selection and calculations. Tuning the antenna is a snap with the built-in tuning meter. Simply adjust the antenna trimmer using the included tuning tool and oberve a maximum reading on the meter. Intuitive and straight forward. •Automatic Power Control SystemNo need to get technical trying to calculate and adjust the power to meet FCC legal requirements.
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This is on my wishlist lol