After many months of planning and a few little hiccups (!) in the final stages, we have finally installed and powered up our new transmitter. It’s been specifically designed for community or small power stations and has one or two clever attachments that should make our signal, in the Lincoln and surrounding areas, as good as all the other stations you can hear (or maybe better). We have also installed an RDS unit which means that, if you’ve got the right sort of radio (most cars have), then, when you tune to 107.3, it’ll tell you you’re listening to SIREN FM.
So have you noticed any difference, please let us know by dropping me a note to firstname.lastname@example.org. We’d be particularly interested to see just how far the signal carries!
Happy listening – Andrew David, Managing Editor