Author Topic: Fm sender that sends on different mhz possible ?  (Read 159 times)

Offline e21baur

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Fm sender that sends on different mhz possible ?
« on: February 01, 2018, 07:55:43 AM »
have a local vintage radio that sell this fm sender for old radios, had a talk to him and asked him about the fm sender and how it works... when it sends, it locks on 1 output mhz, and then it works like a aux/tape channel. here is the question.

can i send for eksample... 5 channels... and you have to "tune" fm band to get them. not 1-1 sender, but a sender who sends 2 or more fm signals on different bands? is that possible? only finding fm senders that works like a tape/aux.


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Re: Fm sender that sends on different mhz possible ?
« Reply #1 on: February 02, 2018, 02:16:23 PM »
So you want 5 FM encoders in one chassis?  Five signals come into a box and are transmitted locally on five FM frequency channels?  (clarifying requirements)

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Offline e21baur

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Re: Fm sender that sends on different mhz possible ?
« Reply #2 on: February 02, 2018, 04:23:22 PM »
well 2 or more fm senders perhaps 5 if possible, would they work? sending at different fm mhz, with seperate onlineradios/dabs would all this transmitting fm cause any "noise" to system ?

would 2 fm/dabs identical models with wireless remotes interference with eachother? if i for example change radiochannel with sender1 with the remote, will it interference sender2.

would be nice to hide away the fm/dab senders and control it with wireless remotes and seperate fm bands for different radios in house ??