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Equipment needed to start a radio station includes an audio mixer and audio source such as a CD player, an antenna, a transmitter, a compressor and an Emergency Alert System. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) a... More »

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To install a citizen's band (CB) radio on a vehicle, first find a place to mount the assembly and antenna, then proceed to install each piece of hardware into place. Wire the CB radio carefully because if there is any so... More »

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Getting better reception for an FM radio involves turning off other electronic devices that interfere with the radio's single, placing the radio in an area where it gets good reception or using the radio's antenna to its... More »

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Make a homemade AM radio antenna by creating a loop of thin gauge insulated copper wire around an object used as a holder and attaching each end of the wire to the radio's antenna leads. A larger loop and more wire incre... More »

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