The signal is converted to the FM broadcast band and transmitted to passing vehicles within the allowable radius of about 300 feet (approx. signal strength is 7.5uV/M). One repeater is installed every 500 to 600 feet long the highway or for each 300,000 sq. feet (approx. 7 acres) of desired coverage area within an unobstructed perimeter. All repeaters transmit on the same frequency, so as a motorist passes one repeater he approaches the next, providing seamless reception.
- Easy to install solar powered repeaters are fully self-contained, no cables to run. A complete functioning system can be set up quickly
- MAXNET network transmitter controls all repeaters and feeds the common audio signal without wires.
- Installed multi-band audio processor makes MAXNET as loud and crisp as any major market station.
Could a similar system be set up today? Any Ideas?