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Re: AM Power level question to the Oracle....
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Subject: Re: AM Power level question to the Oracle....
From: tcowan@knlr.com
Date: Sun, 30 Sep 2018 00:45:45 +0000
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I was not aware of the multi level post sunset. There were pre-sunrise and critical hours as I recall. But more importantly, you should follow whatever the license says
Terry Cowan
KNLR/KNLX

September 29, 2018 4:52 PM, "Bill" <mrradiodad@aol.com> wrote:

Back in the 80’s, the FCC granted flea power at night to a lot of daytime AM’s. At that time they issued licenses with multiple steps of power starting at local sunset, eventually getting down to the authorized flea power overnight. I note that more recent issuing’s of the licenses only show the final low power, not the interim steps.

So, the great question is, are those intermediate power levels Post Sunset and Pre Sunrise still valid?

Bill Glenn

American Christian Network



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