With 940 now officially vacant
Mon Jun 21 21:10:04 EDT 2010
Now how does the treaty work
Could the US say to Canada we would like to help our stations while
these freqs are vacant but of course you can have them back.
I know CKLW starts coming in at night at the Quebec/Ontario border by Cornwall.
But CJAD could then reach the eastern townships at night.
For that matter perhaps it is time for Canada, Mexico, the US et all
to redo the treaty. A lot has changed in 70 years.
On 6/21/10, Kevin Vahey <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I have a soft spot for 940 - Danny Gallivan doing the Habs
> I will admit I would listen to 940 shutdown at 1 and then catch 740 10
> minutes later
> On 6/21/10, Scott Fybush <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Kevin Vahey wrote:
>>> So I could hear Habs radio in the car and not on XM???
>> When CJAD finds a way to generate revenue from your listening south of
>> the border, then they might care about the signal improvement that a
>> move to 940 would bring in New England.
>> Until then, one can argue that CJAD actually does better in its target
>> market on 800 than it would on 940. CJAD's 50 kW on 800 is concentrated
>> in a relatively tight directional pattern over Montreal; if it went to
>> 940 with the looser DA that CINW used, it would actually have a lower
>> field strength over most of the Anglo population up there!
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