A Joseph Ross
Mon Feb 11 23:53:57 EST 2019

I wonder what stations did when NARBA came into effect.  Was it easier 
to re-tune transmitters in those days?

On 2/11/2019 7:45 AM, Rob Landry wrote:
> On Mon, 11 Feb 2019, Sean Smyth wrote:
>> They’ve been off the air for five or six months now, it seems. What I 
>> read on one of the Boston radio message boards is that transmitter is 
>> being used at the moment on 1460 Brockton, which went back on as 1510 
>> went off.
> Ed has a frequency-agile AM transmitter? I wonder what it is.
> WSRO's BE AM-500A had to be sent back to the factory when Alex wanted 
> to move it from 650 to 1410 for WZBR (where it is now a backup rig); 
> and I had the devil of a time retuning a Nautel AMPFET 1 from 660 to 
> 650 to se as WSRO's backup rig.
> I can't think of anything available for the AM band that can be easily 
> retuned. FM, of course, is a different story.
> Rob

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