davedybas wrote:Each station is however considered by the FCC as a separate radio station. Each station has separate Call Letters and must ID themselves as such.
Sam Buca wrote:If you synchronize it so that one point is 100% constructive, half a wave length over it won't be.
Wouldn't AM give that phasing/flanging sound?
ai4i wrote:WBZT(1230), West Palm Beach, Florida, has one in Pompano Beach, Florida, which covers more people than the station's main transmitter. WBT(1110), Charlotte, NC, used to have one in their night time null. Why is WBZT allowed to operate one? Why did WBT's go away? Why do so few, if any, others still exist? Could someone fill me in on these things. Radio-locator does not seem to recognise the existance of WBZT's.
Shane wrote:I'm thinking this concept works best for AM null filling or for serving two cities far enough apart that neither signal much reaches the area in between anyway, such as WLLH I suppose, or the overlap area is sparsely populated.
Shane wrote:I'm not smart enough to figure out what search criteria one can use in CBDS to get this info. What would that be?
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