Tuesday, August 08, 2006

FCC cracks down on carcasting

The FCC is cracking down on both XM and Sirius for not meeting emissions standards.

There have been complaints that the FM transmitter in some satellite radios
causes interference on some stations at the lower end of the FM band -
frequencies often occupied by public stations. These signals aren't as strong as
those of stations further down the dial, and can therefore more easily be
overpowered by interference.
Damn, they're on to the carcasting! I will continue to broadcast at 88.5 in my red VW Golf on rt. 287. Honk if you hear me and like it. If not, please keep driving.

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