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In the Thread: Antenna diversity system system for FM? Why not?
Post Subject: Trickle Down?Posted by Paul S on: 6/7/2009
I think this has not typically been used for FM, but it is my understanding that some FM stations used to use something like this to monitor their own broadcasts.

Who knows how it has changed over the years, with digital, satellite and cable broadcasting, and the very sophistocated DSP/monitoring stations now use.

On the face of it, this is not just for urban areas, but it would also be great for hilly areas, like where I live now, for ghosting and the sort of inter-channel interference that plagues me now.

Maybe this would also fix the VERY WEIRD sort of "stuttering" I now notice sometimes, that I have taken to be the back and forth modulation of the digital/analog simul-casting of supposedly- "split", shared bandwidth.

Anyway, I agree that this idea has huge potential, but the last time I looked into the split antenna trick it was so expensive that it was out of the question.

Of course, what I really need is good programming...

Best regards,
Paul S

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