What I was thinking of was a radio that I could tune remotely via the internet, the same thing as the DX Tuners Radios concept. I'm not sure what's involved in setting it up ? I'd be willing to pay the costs of the radio and a donation to cover the time required for the installation. I'd have complete control of the radio, but could stream it on the LiveATC sight so everyone could listen to it. The intent would be to listen to different sectors from time to time. If anyone is interested or knows anything about setting up such a radio, let me know. DJ
I've not seen a decent user interface yet that makes this easy. Probably the easiest thing would be to use a DXTuners-supported radio and run it over there. I'm not sure if you can do that and get priority access, though.
Either way, I'd certainly be interested in the audio feed, but right now not very interested in providing tech support for such an experiment. High support cost, low return, IMO. I am much more motivated in putting more superfeeds out there that run for weeks on end without much intervention. We may be able to put our next superfeed near EWR since that location seems to be working well.
For the record, the JFK superfeed is running on a 233 MHz Pentium with 192MB RAM. It runs CentOS Linux and uses a Delta 1010LT soundcard. If anyone has any 233-800 MHz PC's lying around, let me know. They make great feed machines!