Tag: celt

  • OpenOB for the future

    So in the wake of the nomination for OpenOB (and OCD, a CMS I wrote for Insanity Radio) for a Student Radio Award for Best Technical Achievement, I’ve been motivated to have a look at what OpenOB wants to do in future. I’m increasingly convinced that I’m going to end up forking the project. There’s […]

  • Introducing OpenOB

    The next post will be part 3 of my Engineering FM series but it’s time for a quick diversion to introduce a tool I ended up producing, initially as a contingency plan, but later as a serious project, for implementing outside broadcast audio links and studio-transmitter links using the Real Time Protocol. That tool is […]

  • Engineering FM – Part 1

    This post is the first in a series of posts I’m going to do covering some of the engineering aspects of setting up a Community FM Radio station in the UK, and the lessons I and others learned while setting up the system. First a bit of background. The station I helped set up, Insanity […]