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July 5, 2011

Wave Manual

at 10:12 pm. Filed under Educational


Steven Rodriguez sent in some information about a project they are raising money for using Kickstarter. Have a read about the Wave Manual and give them some support to make this a reality. As with all Kickstarters there is a deadline to get funded and their funding deadline is 10 days from now.

“WAVE MANUAL will not simply be a theoretical exercise but a documentation of our complete immersion into the Micro-FM movement that includes travel to Mexico and around the U.S. to work with and interview participants of various Free Radio collectives.

Beginning July 5th we will be in Mexico City working alongside the FREE RADIO COLLECTIVES to produce this bilingual for creating and maintaining free radio operations on either side of the border. We need you assistance with funding the project and promoting the project into the hands of other potential contributors.

Your donations go to travel expenses, the procurement of materials, and the publishing costs of WAVE MANUAL. We are extremely excited about the potentials of this project and we thank you for your donations.

VISIT our Kickstarter page at wavemanual.com to learn more and donate in exchange for pre-orderd copies of the WAVE MANUAL project,  A WAVE MANUAL SIGNATURE MICRO FM TRANSMITTER KIT- A Tetsuo Kogawa style MICRO FM transmitter kit. Comes with all components (including microphone jack) and instructions for your own micro FM radio transmission. With WAVE MANUAL logo artwork printed on circuit board! These Micro FM kits are currently completely unavailable anywhere online.  + check out the many more incentives to donate.



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3 Responses to “Wave Manual”

  1. Steven Says:

    The first link to wave manual is not correct.

  2. Alan Parekh Says:

    Hi Steven,

    I have updated it but it should have worked since it looks like the main URL just forwards to the Kickstarter page.

  3. Pam Says:

    Awesome looking project, Alan. We definitely need more Free Radio stations in the U.S. I contacted these guys about setting something up in Iowa – definitely need something besides commercial radio out here.

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