Subject: Re: 102.5 to Spanish? Nahhh.....
Mon Dec 19 03:57:02 EST 2005
> > From: "Dan Strassberg" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> CC: boston Radio Interest
> To: "Garrett Wollman" <email@example.com>,
> Date: Sun, 18 Dec 2005 14:31:37 -0500
> Subject: Re: 102.5 to Spanish? Nahhh.....
> What am I missing? 102.5-10.7=91.8. Is 102.5 prevented from moving
> to the
> Pru by WUMB in Quincy and various low-power 91.7s that ring Boston?
> If so, does this limitation make any sense?
I recall seeing a graphic illustration of the problem that can be
caused by receiving stations on interfering IF frequencies.
I visited a friend with a Technics digital tuning stereo receiver
who lived in a location where WFNX 101.7 and WBUR 90.9 came in
just about equally strong, and because the location was on a hill,
the signal strength for both stations was strong at the receiver.
This receiver produced a mix of WFNX and WBUR audio when tuned to
ANY spot on the FM dial on which there wasn't another strong local
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