ODD is working with the mayor’s office in Logobou to install small FM radio stations in the villages of Mahadaga and Logobou. These radio stations would primarily be used for sharing community announcements and information but the radio station in Mahadaga would also share the gospel.
We are looking for a couple of technical people to help us with some of the initial research. We do not know what the current options are, how much things costs, what kind of equipment we need exactly, etc. We need some people to figure out what are the important questions and design specs that we should consider when making our choice.
Any help is appreciated and you won’t be responsible for our final decision. We are looking to figure out things like what is the minimum amount of equipment necessary? Do they sell pre-fabricated units or all-in-one boxes for radio broadcasts or do we need to get several individual pieces and connect them together. Are there certain price points where the price or quality jump significantly? Is there a “standard” kit that is used by missions or in developing countries for rural radio broadcasts?
If you are interested in helping, please contact me for more details: firstname.lastname@example.org