Re2: WHAI 98.3 & WMUA reception
Robert F. Sutherland
Thu Oct 1 00:32:20 EDT 2009
in 2006 WMUA moved to the WesTower Cell site,
north west of Emily Dickenson, higher HAAT & thus had to drop power..
NECRAT posted pictures of WMUA's new antenna on the cell tower,
I have copy dated 8-16-2006; I believe the link was posted to BRI by a
PS but my memory is, as a UMASS student & WMUA station member,
when it was still 10w & antenna on the old Engrg bldg.
> [Original Message]
> From: Dale H. Cook <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: <BRI@bostonradio.org>
> Date: 9/30/2009 6:08:39 PM
> Subject: Re: WHAI 98.3 & WMUA reception
> At 03:24 PM 9/30/2009, Robert F. Sutherland wrote:
> >WHAI 98.3 Greenfield,
> >non-directional class A, with FCC 60dbu service map
> >that covers Northampton, not Holyoke or furthur south
> Elevation - 324m AMSL, on Arthur's Seat on the western edge of the valley.
> >Also WMUA 91.1 Amherst
> That is a bit surprising - 175m AMSL, and from the map it looks like
> the antenna is still atop Emily Dickinson Hall on Orchard Hill.
> Dale H. Cook, Chief Engineer, Centennial Broadcasting,
> Roanoke/Lynchburg, VA - WZZI / WZZU / WLNI / WLEQ
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