Friday, March 25, 2022

FCC/CRTC items

Carrville, Alabama: WALQ 1130:
Requests STA for reduced daytime power of 1,000 watts pending transmitter repairs.  
Granted.

Jackson's Gap, Alabama: WAMI 880:
Requests power increase from 1,000 watts daytime to 13,000; move to 32-39-14/85-57-21; city from Opp.  

Glendale, Arizona: KPXQ 1360:
Requests STA for 25% power, non-directional at night.  Antenna is being modified to allow sharing with KXXT-1010 Tolleson.
Granted.

Tolleson, Arizona: KXXT 1010:
Requests STA for 25% power, non-directional at 5,750 watts daytime, 75 watts night, during technical work to share on the KPXQ-1360 antenna.
Granted.

Dalton, Georgia: WTTI 1530:
Requests removal of directional antenna & reduction of power from 10,000 watts to 1,000, daytime only.

Effingham, Illinois: WCRA 1090:
Requests the addition of 25 watts night power, non-directional.  Will be made possible when KAAY's night power is reduced to 80 watts.

Marion, Indiana: WBAT 1400:
Requests power reduction from 1,000 watts to 650 & relocation to 40-33-14/85-38-43.  
Also requests STA for 500 watts to 140-foot wire antenna 25 feet high pending this relocation.  Licensed tower damaged by storm.  
STA granted.

Benton, Mississippi: WXTN 1000:
Requests STA for reduced power of 1,000 watts pending transmitter replacement.
STA granted.

Leland, North Carolina: WAAV 980:
Requests removal of nighttime directional antenna & reduction in night power from 5,000 watts to 85.  Currently using these facilities under STA.

Alva, Oklahoma: KALV 1430:
Requests STA for reduced daytime power of 60 watts non-directional.  Wildfire destroyed most of the transmitter facility.  
Granted.

Mount Angel, Oregon: KQRR 1130:
Calls changed from KXET.

Oregon City, Oregon: KXET 1520:
Calls changed from KQRR; OFF Mar. 15th pending approval of new site.

Union City, Pennsylvania: WZTE 1530:
Requests STA for reduced daytime power of 1,000 watts pending delivery of replacement parts.
Granted.

Chapais, Quebec: CBJ-2 1140 & CBMD 1400:
Canceled once Chibougamau FM transmitters are upgraded.

Anderson, South Carolina: WANS 1280:
OFF Mar. 17th, financial issues.

Jackson, Tennessee: WDXI 1310:
Requests removal of nighttime directional antenna & reduction in night power from 1,000 watts to 50.

Seattle, Washington: KPTR 1090:
Calls changed from KFNQ.

Saturday, March 12, 2022

FCC items

Clovis, California: KFPT 790:
Requests STA for 3,000 watts non-directional daytime pending transmitter repairs.
Granted.

Largo, Florida: WWBA 820:
Requests power reduction from 50,000 watts day/1,000 night to 10,000 watts day & 630 night.

Statesboro, Georgia: WPTB 850:
Requests STA for non-directional nighttime operation at 25 watts.  Directional tower #3 inadvertently dropped by logging crew.  
Granted. 
Requests permission to make these changes permanent.

Corvallis, Oregon: KOAC 550:
Requests STA for 1,300 watts non-directional fulltime pending transmission line repairs.
Granted.

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: KQV 1410:
Operating at unspecified reduced power since March 4th transmitter failure.

Garland, Texas: KAAM 770:
Requests STA to use nighttime facilities fulltime.  Tuning system for daytime antenna damaged.
STA dismissed as unnecessary.  Apparently system has been repaired.

Saturday, March 05, 2022

FCC items

Denver, Colorado: KDCO 1340:
Requests STA for 75% power due to transmitter issues.
Granted.

Belmont, North Carolina: WCGC 1270:
Requests STA for non-directional operation at 25% power pending completion & testing of directional antenna.
Granted.

Chester, Pennsylvania: WJFP 740:
Calls changed from WVCH.

Georgetown, South Carolina: WPIF 1470:
Granted daytime power reduction from 1,000 watts to 420; nighttime from 147 watts to 90; and move to 33-24-15/79-19-36.

Brentwood, Tennessee: WNSR 560:
Granted move of daytime facility to existing night site at 36-08-28/86-45-23 & reduction in day power from 4,500 watts to 1,000.  75-watt night facility unchanged.

El Paso, Texas: KXPL 1060:
OFF Feb. 28th, transmitter outage.

Reedsburg, Wisconsin: WRDB 1400:
Requests STA from 75 watts to a 173' long wire 15' high.  Tower collapsed late Feb. 24th due to ice.  Granted.