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Post 3,391 made on Thursday July 19, 2018 at 17:44
rob50312
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D. are you using a UHF/VHF combiner ? You don't want any VHF signal from UHF antennas messing up CFTO.Combine the uhf antennas then use UVJ to combine UHF and VHF ant. then into preamp.
Post 3,392 made on Saturday July 21, 2018 at 09:27
Darklaysaer
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I don't have a UVJ in the mix, I am just using a 4 output splitter to combine all my antennas, I will see about getting one.
Do you know a good place in Burlington to get one?

I think I might still put a low pass or band pass filter in the mix as well, though one thing at a time.

I just took a look, never thought of it before but I have the older CM7777, with dual input one UHF combined and one VHF.
I should be able to just feed my VHF antenna directly into that instead of combining it before with a UVJ, should I not?

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Post 3,393 made on Saturday July 21, 2018 at 11:58
rob50312
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D. if have dual input 7777 then just feed the vhf antenna directly ,no UVJ required.Set 7777 switch to separate inputs position.Switch inside.Set fm trap on also.
Post 3,394 made on Saturday July 21, 2018 at 12:24
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Thanks, I will give it a go.

I had not even thought of that until I came on here, guess needed to talk with like minded individuals.
Post 3,395 made on Thursday July 26, 2018 at 19:51
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  When WSEE-DT Erie moves to RF  on October 18, 2019, they will be moving to a new tower 2.3 km away with an increase ERP to 105 kW from 84.5 giving it the best coverage in the station's history.
[Link: fccdata.org]
Post 3,396 made on Monday October 15, 2018 at 19:42
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CIYTY-2 WOODSTOCK staying on RF  rather than moving to RF ?

[Link: enterpriseefiling.fcc.gov]

Thanks for Rob for pointing this out; I couldn't find anything on the CRTC/FCC/IC websites but I put through an inquiry to I.C. and the FCC.
[Link: fccdata.org]

I can only speculate that because WNYO-DT was granted permission to move its RF  transmitter north to Grand Island, CITY-DT-2 was concerned with interference.

WNED's proposed Effective Radiated Power: 175.0 kW, down from proposed 345.0 kW; current 123.0 kW.


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Post 3,397 made on Tuesday October 16, 2018 at 17:29
rob50312
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Obico WNYO RF 16 move to Grand Island with a directional antenna actually would have resulted in less interference to RF 16 Woodstock.WNYO current tower is using an Omni pattern and is on much higher ground.My understanding is CITY Woodstock has to apply to stay on Rf 31 and accept no protection.I do see the transition phases for City-DT2 Woodstock and WNED are not same time.Maybe they will change to RF 16 at a later date.
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