WKOX, WRCA, WUNR at full power

Laurence Glavin lglavin@mail.com
Tue Mar 17 14:58:58 EDT 2009

>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Dan.Strassberg" 
>To: "Boston Radio Interest" 
>Cc: "Bob Carpenter" , "Glen Clark" , "Riggs, Steve" , "Peter Haas" , "Anderton, J T" 
>Subject: WKOX, WRCA, WUNR at full power
>Date: Mon, 16 Mar 2009 23:01:18 -0400

If they are currently (that is, mid-day) running their patterns according to
their CP's for nighttime operation (noting that WUNR-AM is DA-1), WKOX and WRCA are
only marginally stronger than they have been since moving to 750 Sawmill Brook Pahkway.
I have a good radio with a display of relative signal strength and I intend to watch it
at 6:45 pm tonight, assuming the're not swamped by skywave even before sunset.  (Hey,
what's wrong with the Sun these days...I get skywave all over the place for a couple
of hours after sunrise and ditto late in the afternoon!  Is there something going on,
or more properly NOT going on up there?) There was a day in January when I did observe WKOX
seemingly operating with the signal strength I'm observing today;  the next day, it
went back to 10KW directional with the signal it previously displayed.  Will today's signal
be permanent, at least at night...and will there be more changes during the day?

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