What is the budget on this? Does it need to be stereo or high bitrate? 2 PC's with sound cards running winamp/shoutcast would do it. A network MP# player + shoutcast would do it and so could a network
stereo extender.


Jack Unger wrote:

I've been asked if an FM broadcast station can broadcast from a "remote" (non-studio) location by putting the audio over an existing license-free wireless network to connect back to the main studio. On the surface of it, I don't see why this wouldn't work as long as:

1. The wireless network is reliable, and
2. The remote FM audio stream can be converted to a half-duplex stream of Ethernet packets.

Does anyone know of someone who has done this successfully and, if so, what equipment was used on both the audio and RF networks?

Thanks in advance,

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