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Fwd: WBPS cranks up the volume

 When WOTW is at its FULL 910 watts, WBPS is smothered.
BTW, WOTW apparently has an authorization to operate pre-sunrise and at
night with considerably more power than the nine watts to which
Scott referred in the most recent NERW.
During that period of a few hours a few days ago when WOTW was
off-the-air, WBPS was hardly audible and registered not much more than 
WCBS-AM 880 on my radio that displays relative signal strength.
I'll check it out in the next few days on the radio I use (aGE
portable that doesn't appear to be a Superradio)to listen to LTAR.--

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DATE: Tue, 26 Nov 2002 22:44:56
From: dan.strassberg@att.net
To: boston-radio-interest@bostonradio.org

Mr Glavin: How about a reception report from Methuen?

BTW, when the network feed gets screwed up, WBPS still broadcasts dead air--
sometimes for hours at a stretch. Although the audio quality is unexceptional, 
I have to give WBPS this: with no modulation, there is no audible hum. How many 
other AMs around here can make that claim?
eFax 707-215-6367

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