What channel is pirate radio in Key West?
Pirate Radio Key West Listen Live – 96.7-101.7 MHz FM, Key Colony Beach, United States | Online Radio Box. Have a free moment?
Are there any pirate radio stations still operating?
Although it peaked throughout the 1960s and again during the 1980s/1990s, it remains in existence today. Having moved from transmitting from ships in the sea to towerblocks across UK towns and cities, in 2009 the UK broadcasting regulator Ofcom estimated more than 150 pirate radio stations were still operating.
What station is pirate?
DOMBROWSKI: Okay. So a pirate radio by simple terms is a broadcast station operating in the FM band, 88 megahertz to 108 megahertz that you dial up on your car radio, that is operating without a license.
How do you pirate a radio station?
Here’s what to do:
- You’ll need. • FM radio transmitter.
- Open up the transmitter. Locate the seam on the transmitter’s case and pry it open with a putty knife (if your transmitter is screwed shut, you’ll need a screwdriver to open it).
- Replace the antenna.
- Remove resistors.
- Pick your device.
- Test it out.
- Go live.
Is the pirate game on the radio?
All 162 regular season Pirates games can be heard on SportsRadio 93.7 THE FAN or 100.1 FM/KDKA-AM 1020 in Pittsburgh and throughout the region on the Pirates Radio Network.
Is it illegal to run a pirate radio station?
The operation of an unlicensed radio station, sometimes called ‘pirate radio,’ is illegal. Illegal broadcasters use equipment which may cause interference and have the potential to disrupt the communications of critical services like air traffic control.
Are Baofeng radios illegal?
While it’s true many of the Baofengs are wide open on any frequency in the 136–174Mhz and 400–520Mhz range, and it is illegal to import, market and sell these devices, it is not illegal to own or operate these devices if you are a licensed Amateur radio operator and you are operating only on amateur radio frequencies.
How can you get caught using ham radio?
How can HAM transmissions be traced? The most common method used to trace a broadcast back to your radio transmitter is triangulation, which employs a series of directional-finding stations and navigational skills to locate your original location.