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Author Topic: More Emergence TIS Stations upgrades, or more TIS Pests?  (Read 453 times)

Offline ThaDood

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https://theradiosource.com/articles/news-2022-mar.htm        This includes, Communities that have received license waivers for increased signal and/or antenna height. So far, the only one that I hear is that NJ, Hudson Co. one on 1710kHz.
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Re: More Emergence TIS Stations upgrades, or more TIS Pests?
« Reply #1 on: March 30, 2022, 2052 UTC »
I did a search for "waiver FCC Part 90.242 Rules" and Google found quite a few, including Avon Grove PA, which I have heard here. As well as Hudson County NJ's request. We should be thankful, Hudson County asked for 1100 watts!!! But the FCC "only" gave them 100 watts.
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