[IRCA] WNTN 1550 transmitter site change?
Wed Mar 15 23:37:51 EDT 2017
Since this past Sunday, WNTN has been broadcasting from the WJIB tower.
In a message dated 3/15/2017 11:36:24 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
Not may have, it definately has and gone from 10kw to 750w
On Wed, Mar 15, 2017 at 6:22 PM Mark Connelly via IRCA <
> I think that WNTN 1550 may have completed its transmitter site move from
> Newton to a diplex operation at the WJIB 740 tower on Concord Ave.,
> The signal strength here seems to be less. Even though the path from
> Cambridge to here has a slighter higher over-water percentage than that
> from Newton, neither the minor uptick in that percentage value nor the
> slight distance reduction is enough to make up for the significant power
> reduction. When checked this afternoon the WNTN signal was about even
> co-channel WSDK from the Hartford, CT area. It had previously dominated.
> Adjacent channels 1540 (WXEX-NH over WADK-RI, WDCD-NY) and 1560 (WFME-NY)
> signals were stronger.
> Mark Connelly, WA1ION
> South Yarmouth, MA
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