WCRB On WCAI-HD@; Is This New?
Mon Nov 25 14:33:52 EST 2013
I hadn't noticed this until your post. Here in Hanson with my outdoor directional antenna, WCAI used to be very weak, as it was vertically polarized and my antenna is horizontal. I just checked now and the signal is now strong when I point down that way. The HD locks in most of the time and WCRB is indeed on the HD2.
The new signal appears to be circularly polarized like most FMs. Many new FMs down along the south coast over the last 10-15 years have been vertical only because of potential interference to WLNE 6. Obviously since WLNE DT is on 49 and the analog is gone, this is no longer an issue.
> On Nov 24, 2013, at 2:06 PM, "Laurence Glavin" <email@example.com> wrote:
> I don't know if this is new or I just noticed it, but WCRB 99.5 FM seejms to have added WCAI-FM HD2 Woods Hole, MA to its
> lengthy list of co-broadcasters. WCAI has a CP to increase its power, so by definition work is being
> done either on its current transmitter or a new one is being installed. Maybe they're involved in testing
> the new facility now that the objections raised by WCCT-FM appear to have been dismissed.
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