The FM translator service is top of mind for many radio broadcasters in the U.S., mainly in conjunction with the AM revitalization efforts being carried out by the Federal Communications Commission.
However, the service has been around since 1970 and has been thriving since that time, and it can provide other benefits, in addition to helping AM radio stations.
In this e-book on FM translators, we're presenting three articles to help educate you on this important topic. First, we will go over translator basics, using the FCC rules as a basis. Then, Chris Wygal discusses FM translators within the context of the AM revitalization effort. The third article discusses more about the actual nuts-and-bolts implementation of a translator facility.
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