Friday, 2 July 2010

Another update on Northampton's most wanted community radio !!!

FM, Northamptonshire's Multi-Cultural Community Radio Station

Argyros George Argyrou aka DJ Aggie, and technician for IFM Community Radio says:


" Maximum allowable ERP is 25W but I don't know if we have been allowed to use that level. Previous RSLs were at 12.5 W and this sounds pretty much the same level. If you want to listen in stereo further than 8 miles away you'll have to use a roof-top aerial. Also the transmitter is vertically polarised so even in Northampton reception will be badly affected unless you point your aerial upwards. If it's horizontal then you might not pick up anything at all."

Just to keep you updated , IFM are running tests on our transmitter , that's 107.8 mhz FM.

Do not worry if the broadcasts begin and end
unexpectedly or the channel levels fluctuate. This is all part of the
testing process to check if everything is working within its specified

All we ask of you is to listen in and take note of your location, then follow the contact details and let us know where you were when you heard our signal.

Saturday 24th July 2010
IFM Radio

107.8 Mhz FM

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