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Fwd: RE: WBPS cranks up the volume

It seems strange that an application of this type should 
be going forward now.  WMVU/WOTW has been operating
pre-sunrise and post-sunset (until usually 9:00 or 10:00 pm)
for years.  Unlike AM 1110 in Salem, NH, I thought it
was done legally.  Recently I checked my radio that shows
relative signal strength, and WOTW's signal strength drops
now in November from a 3.5 to just about 3 even.  It stays
fairly strong until the CJAD rebroadcaster I believe in
Ontario getss to a near-jamming level an hour or so after
sunset.  Sometimes, when driving home, and I'm in the west
end of Andover on rt 93, I tune in to a newsmagazine from
Washington that starts at 6:05 pm on WOTW, and it comes in very well.  Later in the night, the Canadian 
station barrels in very strongly and almost obliterates 
WOTW.  I know it's WOTW because I heard a WOTW/WGAW ID.


--------- Forwarded Message ---------

DATE: Fri, 29 Nov 2002 16:21:19
From: Dan.Strassberg@att.net

> The FCC's database shows no nightime power authority
> for 900 in Nashua.

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