I want to thank Bob of MRAM 1500 Am for providing the download of ZaraRadio v 1.4.4 on his stations website.
We have finally moved into a house further south into a small town called Busy,Ky just outside of Hazard,Ky. As soon as we were nearly settled into our new place i started on rebuilding my part 15 fm and am station. But one important component was missing, Zararadio.
Prior to making the move south, i had re installed Windows 7 on the station computer but failed to save a copy of Zararadio software. So today i thought about going to the official website and downloading the latest version but remembered i really didn’t like that version very well.
As i was on my netbook (not the station computer) i noticed the bookmark for MRAM 1500 website. A-HA! I know Bob offered both versions of the software and i immediately downloaded it to a zip drive. So i want to Thank You Bob of MRAM 1500 AM for offering the download.
You saved the day without even knowing it.
By the way, there is only a small handful of stations in the part of Ky so there are ton of empty channels to choose from. I chose 102.7 fm since there are vacant channels on both sides of my chosen frequecny. Next project is to get a usable signal on AM since FM in this valley is going to be difficult.