End of Analog

Ron Bello rbello@belloassoc.com
Mon Jun 15 13:07:36 EDT 2009

I would not want to be in the transmitter business now.

Over the past few years virtually every TV station has purchased a 
new transmitter or
2 for those returning to their original RF home.  What happens to all 
those extra transmitters
not to mention the retired units ?

At 12:33 AM 6/15/2009, Larry Weil wrote:
>At 12:04 AM -0400 6/15/09, A. Joseph Ross wrote:
>>On 13 Jun 2009 at 1:09, Garrett Wollman wrote:
>>>  According to Jim, the old 7 transmitter was the oldest Larcan still
>>>  operating.
>>What's a Larcan.
>It's a company that makes TV transmitters.  Located in Mississauga, 
>Ontario.  I don't know about the claim that Channel 7's is the 
>oldest, perhaps the oldest of that model.  They are still in 
>business and making transmitters, their website is 
>Larry Weil
>Lake Wobegone, NH

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