The future of AM radio

David Tomm
Sat Feb 2 11:07:18 EST 2008

That's a tough spot.  1440 is OK (not great, but OK) at night up to the 
Westboro side of Southboro and then it's gone.  Most of the time 103.7 
is at least serviceable until you get to Shopper's World along Route 9, 
then at least you can get some signal from 850.  Once you get past Rt. 
27, 850 booms right in.  It's surprising how quickly that night signal 
deteriorates just driving a few miles west of Wellesley.

-Dave Tomm
"Mike Thomas"

On Feb 2, 2008, at 10:33 AM, Maureen Carney wrote:
> OK I grew up in Holliston (family is still there) and live in 
> Framingham. If I'm travelling between the two after dark I lose 850 
> around the Ashland/Southboro line. However 103.7 comes in just fine, 
> until I hit Route 9 (near the Mass Pike) and get interference from 
> WPKQ. Then I have to swtich back over to 850. I also lose 850 on the 
> Mass Pike itself near the Route 30 exit at night.

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