Question re WXKS/WRCA/WBOS towers
Paul B. Walker, Jr.
Mon Oct 1 16:25:22 EDT 2012
Uhh, Dan.. you sure about that?
On Mon, Oct 1, 2012 at 3:38 PM, Dan.Strassberg <email@example.com>wrote:
> And AFAIK, none of the Sauk Rapids stations has ever gone on the air.
> There are other AM quadruplexes, though--in Hawaii. They are all ND,
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> On 10/1/2012 12:14 PM, Paul B. Walker, Jr. wrote:
>>> KWXY 1340 Cathedral City, CA is also sharing a tower with KPTR 1450 Palm
>>> Springs, CA. I think there is another station on that tower, but I can't
>>> seem to find which one.
>> Nope, just those two, at least as far as main transmitter sites are
>> concerned. (I think there's an FM aux there for the former KWXY-FM 98.5.)
>> But how about the now-defunct triplex in Framingham? At one time, those
>> towers held 650 ("Ashland"), 1060 ("Natick") and 1200 ("Framingham"),
>> though now they're down to just the 650 signal.
>> There aren't many other triplexes out there, at least not yet. Garrett
>> has seen something I haven't: the one and only quad-plex, which is home to
>> four signals all licensed to Sauk Rapids, Minnesota, on 540/660/800/1010. I
>> don't think all four were up and running when he was there a few years ago,
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