It’s official. The mega 100 mW powerhouse had one listener. https://www.instagram.com/p/BXZZ9WIH-B0N__dOkAqB30QYBFMQcI02QAiIis0/
07:30 am. So I noticed the signal was better for 1610 kHz this morning than on a clearer day. With the rudimentary wire antenna I detected it slightly near Sullivan & N. 14th Streets.
A sound mixer on loan from the Ross Man. Thanks, Ross!
Using a standard automobile AM receiver I have been able to detect broadcast signal dead-zones and hot-zones. Close to the transmitter an ordinary clock radio is used to confirm a transmitter signal.
At the moment only a wire antenna is attached to the SSTRAN AMT 3000 transmitter. Does not appear the signal goes more than 200 feet. Best reception thus far is 75 feet or less.
This is a dense, urban area.
I was able to detect a faint signal about 600 feet from the antenna.
Need it to test the AM radio signal. It should be a digital readout. Doesn’t need to have a work CD player or other gadget. Speakers would be nice too. 😀