Friday, April 09, 2021

FCC items

Phoenix, Arizona: KXEG 1280:

Granted STA for emergency ¼ wave (195’) end-fed wire antenna, 625 watts daytime only, 33-22-36/112-

18-37. (parking lot of Phoenix Raceway, Avondale)

Indianapolis, Indiana: WNDE 1260:

Granted STA for 25% night power non-directional, or a higher power that doesn’t exceed authorized field 

in any direction.

Indian Head, Maryland: WWGB 1030:

Granted STA for reduced power of 20kw pending transmitter repairs.

Hillsboro, Oregon: KUIK 1360:

OFF Apr. 12th pending transmitter repairs.

Portland, Oregon: KKPZ 1330:

OFF Apr. 30th pending sale.

Shiremanstown, Pennsylvania: WHYF 720:

Requests power increase from 2,000 watts to 2,500 and move roughly seven miles west to 40-18-12/76-

57-13. Lost existing site; will share one of the WHP-580/WXPA-850 towers.

Friday, April 02, 2021

FCC items

Opp, Alabama: WOPP 1290:
OFF Mar. 22nd, antenna system issues.

Barstow, California: KIQQ 1310:
OFF Mar. 24th, lost site.

Marysville, California: KMYC 1410:
Requests STA 1,000/250 ND pending antenna system repairs.

Sylvester, Georgia: WSYL 1490:
License surrendered for cancelation Mar. 10th.

Cape Girardeau, Missouri: KZIM 960:
Requests STA for 125 watts non-directional at night pending antenna repairs.  Coax cables cut in apparent theft attempt.

Chapel Hill, North Carolina: WLLQ 1530:
Granted STA for reduced power of 300 watts pending transmitter repairs.

Greensboro, North Carolina: WEAL 1510:
OFF Mar. 22nd pending completion of facilities for WEAL-1510, WPET-950, and WKEW-1400 to share a common tower.

Vega Baja, Puerto Rico: WEGA 1350:
Requests power reduction to 360 watts daytime, 2,200 watts night, DA-2.

Jonesborough, Tennessee: WKTP 1590:
Has removed three towers, going non-directional & reducing power from 5,000 watts to 2,500 day, 37 night.

Nashville, Tennessee: WFCN 1200:
Granted STA for reduced power of 1,000 watts pending transmitter repairs.

Portsmouth, Virginia: WGPL 1350:
Requests STA for 1,000/260 ND, 36-51-39/76-21-13; temporary site, lost licensed site.

St. Albans, West Virginia: WJYP 1300:
OFF Mar. 24th, transmitter destroyed in flood.