AwesomeCronk wrote: »
I think that the 1.7 MHz option is my go-to. Weird phonomenon, I can hear the vacuum over the AM lines if I tune into the 1.7 MHz range.
Peter Jakacki wrote:
Nobody has mentioned FCC regs so far, have they? I'm fairly certain that unless your AM broadcast band transmitter only works at arms length, then it probably isn't legal.
Didn’t find anything there that tells me “no-no”, but that may be because I didn’t read in depth through the rest of the page.
Peter Jakacki wrote: »
Mind you, as a teenager I would ride on the bus with my AM transistor radio, except I wasn't listening to it, I'd just sit near someone who was listening to theirs and with the volume down I'd turn the tuning dial until the local oscillator would start to interfere with the station that they were listening to. Amid their confusion as to why their radio was playing up I'd have my silent little geek giggles .............