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Sellie

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Mar 30 16 10:30 AM

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I used to be a conventional thinker who thought that broadcasting is only possible from a room, with huge tools surrounding you. Fortunately technology is not so limiting so it is actually possible to act out of the box. Have any of you ever tried broadcasting from a car with portable tools? Was there any specific difficulties during the process? I'd like to give it a try someday but currently worried about my funds.
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Chocolat3

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Jun 7 16 4:50 AM

That sounds like a fun travel-related activity. There are still many tools to install to the car, but we can also get multitasking tools to make it easier. For example, we can get an all-mode, all-band transceiver to make sure we can broadcast at various frequencies. We may need separate antennas for different needs, though.

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jmsmart

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Jun 7 16 3:01 PM

In the present age, it is actually possible to transmit from any place you so desire. However, I believe putting up equipment in a car would require a lot of logistics.
This looks to be one of the things I want to do before some of my friends try it.

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Chocolat3

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Jun 9 16 2:46 AM

jmsmart wrote:
In the present age, it is actually possible to transmit from any place you so desire. However, I believe putting up equipment in a car would require a lot of logistics.
This looks to be one of the things I want to do before some of my friends try it.

I think it's going to be a tricky installation. Cars generally lack space to put things on them, depending on the brand and size of the cars. We still need to feel comfortable while driving too, so we will have to find small but powerful tools and install them correctly. Such tools are generally expensive, I believe. This sounds costly but also fun.

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gvinn

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Jun 9 16 4:33 AM

Chocolat3 wrote:

jmsmart wrote:
In the present age, it is actually possible to transmit from any place you so desire. However, I believe putting up equipment in a car would require a lot of logistics.
This looks to be one of the things I want to do before some of my friends try it.

I think it's going to be a tricky installation. Cars generally lack space to put things on them, depending on the brand and size of the cars. We still need to feel comfortable while driving too, so we will have to find small but powerful tools and install them correctly. Such tools are generally expensive, I believe. This sounds costly but also fun.

This is very true. I think it would be a good idea to consider the size of the car and its frequency of use before even looking at matters cost. Comfort while driving is important.

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