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Build Your Own FM Radio Broadcast Station at FRB’s 4 Day Summer Radio Camp
Date Friday September 01
Time 10:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Location Details
Free Radio Berkeley
206 Parker Avenue
Rodeo, CA 94572
Event Type Class/Workshop
Organizer/AuthorStephen Dunifer
Emailfreeradioberkeley [at] gmail.com
Phone510-799-1779
Seize the Airwaves!

A four day DIY workshop session sponsored by Free Radio Berkeley in which you
learn how to build either a 10, 40 or 150 watt FM broadcast (88-108 MHz, standard
FM band) transmitter (and other related items such as antennas) and set up a low
power community radio station capable of covering a broadcast radius up to 10-
15 miles depending on terrain and antenna height.

With an emphasis on direct, hands-on learning, you will learn how to solder,
identify electronic components, assemble an FM broadcast transmitter from a kit
of parts, build and tune an antenna, properly setup and test broadcast equipment
and much more. Further, you will be given an overview of basic electronics and
broadcast engineering.

A workshop fee of $200 to $300 sliding scale is charged. At the end of the radio
camp session you may purchase the 40 watt transmitter for $450 or the 10 watt
transmitter for $300 or the 150 watt transmitter for $650 - the cost of the kit,
power supply and enclosure. An entry level 10-15 transmitter kit made in China is
available as a low cost option for $60 without power supply or enclosure.

The camp is open to anyone 16 years and older. The Radio Camp session runs
Friday through Monday (10 a.m. to 6 p.m.). It will be held at FRB’s shop in Rodeo, CA.
Rodeo, CA September 1 - 4, 2017

Make Radio Not War! Restore media democracy and break the corporate
stranglehold on the free flow of information, ideas, art and cultural expression
by establishing an FM broadcast station in your neighborhood or community.

Contact Free Radio Berkeley to register or for further information
Free Radio Berkeley, 206 Parker Avenue, Rodeo, CA 94572
510-799-1779 / freeradioberkeley [at] gmail.com / http://www.freeradio.org
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§Building Your Own FM Broadcast Station
by Free Radio Berkeley (freeradioberkeley [at] gmail.com) Wednesday Jun 28th, 2017 4:07 PM
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206 Parker Avenue, Rodeo, California 94572

Seize the Airwaves!
Here comes the summer camp for building your own FM Radio Broadcast Station.

A four day DIY workshop session in which you learn how to build either a 10, 40 or 150 watt FM broadcast (88-108 MHz, standard FM band) transmitter (and other related items such as antennas) and set up a low power community radio station capable of covering a broadcast radius up to 10-15 miles depending on terrain and antenna height.

With an emphasis on direct, hands-on learning, you will learn how to solder, identify electronic components, assemble an FM broadcast transmitter from a kit of parts, build and tune an antenna, properly setup and test broadcast equipment and much more. Further, you will be given an overview of basic electronics and broadcast engineering.

A workshop fee of $200 to $300 sliding scale is charged. At the end of the radio camp session you may purchase the 40 watt transmitter for $450 or the 10 watt transmitter for $300 or the 150 watt transmitter for $650 - the cost of the kit, power supply and enclosure.

The camp is open to anyone 16 years and older. The Radio Camp session runs Friday through Monday (10 a.m. to 6 p.m.). It will be held at FRB’s shop in Rodeo, CA.

Please come to our facebook for more about us or get a ticket from Eventbrite.
https://www.facebook.com/Free-Radio-Berkeley-283386911671350/
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by Free Radio Berkeley Wednesday Jun 28th, 2017 4:07 PM
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206 Parker Avenue, Rodeo, CA 94572

A four day DIY workshop session sponsored by Free Radio Berkeley in which you learn how to build either a 10, 40 or 150 watt FM broadcast (88-108 MHz, standardFM band) transmitter (and other related items such as antennas) and set up a lowpower community radio station capable of covering a broadcast radius up to 10-15 miles depending on terrain and antenna height.

With an emphasis on direct, hands-on learning, you will learn how to solder,
identify electronic components, assemble an FM broadcast transmitter from a kitof parts, build and tune an antenna, properly setup and test broadcast equipmentand much more. Further, you will be given an overview of basic electronics and broadcast engineering.

A workshop fee of $200 to $300 sliding scale is charged. At the end of the radiocamp session you may purchase the 40 watt transmitter for $450 or the 10 watt transmitter for $150 or the 150 watt transmitter for $650 - the cost of the kit, power supply and enclosure.

The camp is open to anyone 16 years and older. The Radio Camp session runs Friday through Monday (10 a.m. to 6 p.m.). It will be held at FRB’s shop in Rodeo, CA.

Make Radio Not War! Restore media democracy and break the corporate
stranglehold on the free flow of information, ideas, art and cultural expression by establishing an FM broadcast station in your neighborhood or community.

Contact Free Radio Berkeley to register or for further information
510-799-1779 / freeradioberkeley [at] gmail.com / http://www.freeradio.org