WBUH H-only polarization
A Joseph Ross
Thu May 29 17:42:30 EDT 2014
Built in trees? How do you do that?
On 5/29/2014 4:33 PM, Rob Landry wrote:
> 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 tower.
> 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?
>> Dan Strassberg
>> e-fax 707-215-6367
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