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Old 12-Mar-2019, 7:28 PM   #11
rabbit73
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Originally Posted by jrgagne99 View Post
WPTZ and WVNY both have co-channel interference which is probably why reception is poor. That said, WCAX is actually on RF-22 presently (switching to RF-20 after the repack) and yet you claim to receive it well, even though it has co-channel with CHCH.
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Originally Posted by Tower Guy View Post
WCAX is currently operating on channel 22. They are scheduled to move to 20 on August 2, 2019.
Thank you; I missed that while focusing on co-channel and adjacent channel interference. My analysis above is not correct. I blew it that time.

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