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Aside from not being AM, I plan to give that link a listen. Sounds like
fun listening to those old radio shows. (By the way, those shows were
probably all broadcast on AM. FM did not exist at that time).


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Re: Using a Signal Generator for an "In Home" radio transmitter
On 1/9/19 8:03 PM, snipped-for-privacy@myshop.com wrote:
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FM radio was assigned the 42 to 50 MHz band of the spectrum in 1940.
But then WWII happened. After the war, on June 27, 1945 the FCC made
its decision final and allocated one hundred FM channels from 88?108
MHz.

The "Golden Age of American radio", period lasting roughly from 1930
through the 1940s, However he last network radio dramas to originate
during American radio?s "Golden Age", Suspense and Yours Truly, Johnny
Dollar, ended on September 30, 1962.

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"I am a river to my people."
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Re: Using a Signal Generator for an "In Home" radio transmitter
On 1/9/2019 8:03 PM, snipped-for-privacy@myshop.com wrote:
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I meant to say,
I wasn't oblivious to your requirement, you made it clear you wanted AM.

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   Yes, check into it, there are at least 6 different internet  
broadcasts of old radio shows, probably more.

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