OK, This Is A New One
Paul B. Walker, Jr.
Wed May 8 01:56:00 EDT 2013
AH HA.. that answers a question I posted on a Midwestern radio message
When I had an STA and WABV for lower day power operation, Radio Locator
never picked up on that as a LICENSE.
On Tue, May 7, 2013 at 11:03 PM, Scott Fybush <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On 5/7/2013 11:56 PM, Chris Hall wrote:
>> has been a very interesting turn of events at WNAX, it appears they
>> have dumped the 5 kilowatt night DA array and reverted to their
>> original 1 KW NDN pre regional upgrade status of the late 30’s back
>> to non directional though now they have a slight power increase at
>> 1250 watts
> That is (was?) just a temporary operation under STA while they rebuild the
> doghouse at tower #3:
> REPLACEMENT OF THE WNAX(AM) NIGHTTIME TOWER 3 (ASR #1035332) ATU DOGHOUSE
> IS SLATED TO OCCUR NOW THROUGH OCTOBER 19, 2012. THEREFORE DURING THE
> DECONSTRUCTION AND RECONSTRUCTION OF THE NIGHTTIME TOWER 3 ATU DOGHOUSE,
> THE WNAX(AM) NIGHTTIME ARRAY WILL BE RENDERED INOPERATIVE.
> DURING THIS INTERIM CONSTRUCTION PERIOD TO THE NIGHTTIME DIRECTIONAL TOWER
> 3 (ASR #1035332) ATU DOGHOUSE, THIS SPECIAL TEMPORARY AUTHORITY (STA)
> REQUESTS TEMPORARY NIGHTTIME 1.25 KW (1/4 POWER) NON-DIRECTIONAL OPERATION
> FROM THE WNAX(AM) DAYTIME NON-DIRECTIONAL TOWER (ALSO IDENTIFIED AS
> NIGHTTIME TOWER 1 (ASR #1035330).
> WNAX remains licensed at 5 kW DA-N. No way is Saga giving up the extra
> punch the night DA gives it up toward Sioux Falls.
> (And no, I have no idea why Radio-Locator picked up on the October STA app
> and treated it as a license.)
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