WBUH H-only polarization

Rob Landry 011010001@interpring.com
Thu May 29 16:33:17 EDT 2014

As I understand it, the station had to be built in a hurry, with whatever 
equipment could be mustered. I'll bet that has a lot to do with it.

Two of WUMB's stations were built in trees for the same reason; the clock 
was ticking on the CP's and there wasn't time to get local approval for a 

In my experience, horizontal-only polarization correlates with a lot of 
multipath, but the problem isn't so bad in mono, which WBUR's programming 
mostly is.


On Thu, 29 May 2014, daniel strassberg wrote:

> Could the explanation be simply a lower-cost Tx and lower power bills? with little if any lost coverage--especially given WBUA?
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