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Subject: WZON (wasRe: Bruins Network (was: RE: 640 AM Frequency) )
Date: Sat, 24 Nov 2001 10:47:50 -0500
Subject: Re: Bruins Network (was: RE: 640 AM Frequency)
Jeremy Mixer wrote:
>Since I work at this facility this may seem like an odd question- but at
>night, how well does WZON reach other parts of Maine?
I have an aircheck I made of them in 1983 at a campground ~50 mi W of
Bangor on Rt. 2, and reception was good, day & night.
There must be coverage maps around, probably in the sales office or
definitely in the public file. That might give you an idea of their
signal. I know they're DA, how many towers...3 inline??
It's a 2 tower DA-N, 5kw. It's pointed Northwest. I recall WPRO and WFLA were the protected stations in the old paperwork. I
don't think it's quite as good as it was 20 years ago, but there is new copper going in, or has just been put in the ground, so
some difference may be noted soon. It sure sounds better since the DX10 went in.
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