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The Dude
04-11-2004, 01:33 AM
Broadband over POWER LINES has been approved by the dorks in DC...........

The result is a complete wipeout of all frequencies BELOW 50 MHZ with nothing but NOISE....

To listen to the effects of this in an area where BPL is already active,CLICK HERE (http://vhfgroup.rochesterny.org/downloads/PYBPL_trim.mp3)

BROADBAND USERS CLICK HERE FOR A LONGER MORE DETAILED CLIP (15 MEGS / 11 mins long) (http://vhfgroup.rochesterny.org/downloads/PYBPL_3_27_04.mp3)

To see video of more of the same crap,CLICK HERE (http://216.167.96.120/BPL_Trial-small.mpg)

This is the worst thing i have ever heard of,is the FCC out of thier minds?????????? (Yes,we all know they are) http://www.webhostingtalk.com/images/smilies/angryfire.gif

This is a disgrace to HF radio as we know it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The Dude http://www.webhostingtalk.com/images/smilies/angryfire.gif http://www.webhostingtalk.com/images/smilies/angryfire.gif http://www.webhostingtalk.com/images/smilies/angryfire.gif http://www.webhostingtalk.com/images/smilies/angryfire.gif

KE6PTC
04-23-2004, 01:29 PM
Terrible.

I too am a Ham since 1995. Although I am licensed as a tech, I sometimes listen to HF and shortwave.

I don't think anybody needs broadband enough to risk loosing one of the nations most valuble tools during chaos. HF operators were the only ones who could get through during earthquakes and natural disasters.

Just a damned shame. But that goes to show where the heads of the FCC are firmly planted. In the pockets of Big Business. Both Powell's must go, the one at the whitehouse (along with the rest of that staff) and the one [appointed] to run the FCC.

Che
KE6PTC

The Dude
10-31-2004, 12:15 AM
Awesome radio here!!!!!!!!!

Just Click The Music Type You Wish to listen to Below....

1 - Main Air (mms://81.13.20.10/1button)
2 - Prison Music (mms://81.13.20.10/2button)
3 - Russian Rock (mms://81.13.20.10/3button)
4 - All french Music (mms://81.13.20.10/4button)
5 - Hard and heavy (mms://81.13.20.10/5button)
6 - World Beat & New Age (mms://81.13.20.10/6button)
7 - Trance & Techno (http://www.specialradio.ru/7_64k.asx)
8 - Electroacoustics (http://www.specialradio.ru/8_64k.asx)
9 - Classical (http://www.specialradio.ru/9_64k.asx)
10 - Jazz & Blues (http://www.specialradio.ru/10_64k.asx)
11 - The Soviet ensembles (http://www.specialradio.ru/11_64k.asx)
12 - Author's Song (http://www.specialradio.ru/12_64k.asx)
13 - Russian Electronica (http://www.specialradio.ru/13_64k.asx)
14 - Audio Book (http://www.specialradio.ru/14_64k.asx)
15 - Lounge Radio (http://www.specialradio.ru/15_64k.asx)
16 - Russian Pop (mms://81.13.20.10/16button)
17 - Synthradio (mms://81.13.20.10/17button)
18 - Sega Radio (mms://81.13.20.10/18button)
19 - R&B (mms://81.13.20.10/19button)
20 - Contemporary (mms://81.13.20.10/20button)
21 - Best Dance.FM (mms://81.13.20.10/21button)
22 - Monochrome Vision (mms://81.13.20.10/22button)
23 - Radio Difuzor (mms://81.13.20.10/23button)

Website > http://www.specialradio.net (http://www.specialradio.net)

Windows 2000 SP4
01-26-2007, 01:27 AM
Sites that allow you to listen to live radio have been around for ages but more recently they have added live TV feeds as well. http://www.roxcast.com/

The Dude
01-26-2007, 02:17 AM
THAT IS K-RAD!!!!

Heres another one:

http://www.channelsurfing.net

straight talker
01-27-2007, 05:25 PM
must be good for sum of ya ? praps those who dont own a tv

Windows 2000 Professional
01-28-2007, 01:51 AM
I got tvs but no cable lol too bad I can't get into live hockey games, The closest live I get on free video online is cbc news

the gaffer
01-28-2007, 02:26 AM
people pay for cable and satellite etc ,thats why you dont get it for free.

BugMeNot
02-26-2007, 03:00 PM
watch free online tv
http://www.channelsurfing.net/

:D

Windows 98SE
02-26-2007, 03:18 PM
free for 3 days. I have few programs to watch tv steam for real free most are prerecord Tlelstreamer,fastlinks,internet tv

Constance
02-26-2007, 04:58 PM
I have TV through ADSL ...

The Dude
02-28-2007, 01:54 AM
Excellent :)

The Dude
03-06-2007, 04:24 AM
http://www.viddiradioplayer.com not only hosts a nice looking and well playing..um..player, it also lists hundreds of links to direct radio streams from all over the world. You will need WMP and/or Real Player though.

Now go check out Radio Eger 101.3MHZ and pick up some Hungarian... :)

3 posts merged as they were same subject.

Windows 2000 SP4
03-10-2007, 11:14 PM
Sonic player was awesome back in the day, Spinner was good for few years.

Alot of radio stations can be found right on windows media site too.

Keep in mind alot of stations change there link or bandwidth limit so changes are daily to some.