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Report And Order On Translator Interference (A Doozy)

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Report And Order On Translator Interference (A Doozy)

Post by CK-722 » Mon Apr 22, 2019 10:46 am

45 dBu complaint contour limit.

https://docs.fcc.gov/public/attachments ... 7089A1.pdf

The WDTW Translator not just interferes, but obliterates WCRZ Cars 108 for a large part of the interference complaint zone.

https://www.fccdata.org/?lang=en&facid= ... 299702&i=2

On a very selective tuner, the interference is worse on 108.0 than on 107.9, showing that there possibly is overmoduation by the translator.


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Re: Report And Order On Translator Interference (A Doozy)

Post by mtburb » Tue Apr 23, 2019 12:38 pm

Interestingly enough, this very translator also interferes with and obliterates Cleveland's WENZ 107.9 south of the city of Detroit.


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