Mon Dec 10 19:44:19 EST 2007
450 Watts--day and night into WLYN's near half-wave (at 1230) stick.
The RMS (243.24 mV/m @ 1 km) is just over the minimum for a full
kilowatt into a minimum-conforming Class C antenna, which would be
just a bit taller than 1/8 wavelength.
Dan Strassberg (email@example.com)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Roger Kolakowski" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Bob Nelson" <email@example.com>; "BostonRadio Mailing List"
Sent: Monday, December 10, 2007 7:45 PM
Subject: Re: WESX...Nahant???
> At 750 watts at night, it still may not be able to cover the
> "backside" of
> the big island...it is...just one huge rock...interesting thought
> Maybe in the summer they could put on the reverb and play beach
> music for
> the causeway al la WABC in the 60/70's?
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Bob Nelson" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: "BostonRadio Mailing List"
> Sent: Monday, December 10, 2007 11:27 AM
> Subject: WESX...Nahant???
> Nahant Massachusetts, my home town, is of course a bustling
> metropolis of
> shopping centers,
> major highways, and skyscrapers. Naah, just pulling your leg. It is,
> course, by area
> the smallest town in the Commonwealth (one square mile) and boasts
> 3,600 people.
> According to http://www.fybush.com/nerw.html (Scott Fybush's
> NorthEast Radio
> WESX is looking into the possibility that this spot of land in the
> Bay State
> could be the new COL for WESX.
> Surely the high Spanish-speaking population of Nahant will be glad
> to be the
> city of
> license for WESX, eh? (Kidding.) Well, it'll help Principle
> Broadcasting get
> closer to Boston.
> They'd be using the WLYN tower. I guess the FCC said that making it
> wouldn't work because they couldn't cover all of that community (at
> making it "WESX, Nahant" would, I guess.
> So could that little peninsula of land be, at least on paper, the
> home to
> the mighty WESX? (A town with no middle or high school, no traffic
> lights...) :)
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