I am aware this may not be the most correct group for this question, but there are often some here who may know the answer.
I would like to transmit an FM signal at, say, the 88 end of the dial at a power just strong enough to get around an acre or three out here in the country. I don't know what the power regulations are (and don't care too much as there aren't many folks around) but so long as I can listen to the signal on an FM radio nearby I'd be happy.
Is there a transmitter available for cheap such as a HAM unit of some sort that maybe can cross over slightly or something? I know that FM radio is in the middle of the TV band, but is there room there that is used by some other communication that I could maybe run without an antenna so as to not walk the signal further than right here?
Does a poorly tuned FM transmitter throw harmonics like AM does?
If you had an FM signal to get out around home, how would you do it?