Engineering FM – Part 5

A little break (strangely coincidentally, just as my penultimate term ended and my final year project got finished and handed in) later, and here we are again – another post in my series on engineering FM transmission at a community radio station. This time I’m going to be talking about how to properly power a… Continue reading Engineering FM – Part 5

Engineering FM – Part 4

Time for the exciting fourth instalment of my ongoing series on engineering at a small community radio station launching an FM service for the first time. In this post I’m going to be looking (somewhat briefly) at processing. There’s been a place for processors ever since radio has existed, to make sure that audio input… Continue reading Engineering FM – Part 4

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… Continue reading Engineering FM – Part 1