Burning Man FM Frequency Assignment
FM Radio Frequency Assignments
Each broadcaster has the sole responsibility for remaining complaint with all Part 15 regulations. Each broadcaster is also responsible for maintaining the proper technical aspects of their station operation, as well as staying within their assigned bandwidth. Each station agrees that if they interfere with any other station, radio service, or public safety entity they will take corrective action immediately or cease broadcasting.
Please review your assignment! We ask kindly that new stations check in with us before transmitting. The band is crowded. Please understand it is NOT OK to just show up at the event and grab an open frequency even if it shows as unassigned on the spreadsheet. You need to let us know before broadcasting so everyone plays well together.
If you are a returning broadcaster and have confirmed, your station will have the box checked in the Confirmed column and shown as Green. If not, don’t panic — please send an e mail to Radio-Listemail@example.com .
To join the list email “ Radio-Listfirstname.lastname@example.org” with the word “subscribe” in the body. List traffic is usually pretty light. Please consider joining the broadcaster e-mail community before broadcasting. Specific frequency requests are considered, however we may assign you another open slot. Returning broadcasters always have priority on thier previous frequency assignment. If you choose not to join the list, please post frequency requests to the alias: Radio-Listemail@example.com
In the following list:
Green = Station all set!
Yellow = Freq being reserved till June 15. If you’re Yellow send an e mail to: Radio-Listfirstname.lastname@example.org
Red = Freq protected. Do not broadcast here!
White = Freq possibly open. Don’t assume it’s clear, we might be working on an update that has not been posted yet., e mail Radio-Listemail@example.com to coordinate please.