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28-KFTL's new application

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  • Larry Kenney
    KFTL-CA, the low powered station on channel 28 transmitting from Mt. San Bruno, applied for a digital station on channel 24 in March, 2007, and received a
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 4, 2009
      KFTL-CA, the low powered station on channel 28 transmitting from Mt.
      San Bruno, applied for a digital station on channel 24 in March,
      2007, and received a construction permit from the FCC. Since KGO is
      moving from channel 24 to channel 7, that seemed okay, but the power
      was only listed as .002 kW ERP. Just 2 watts?!? I thought it was a
      typo.

      No, that was the correct power. Come to find out they did that to
      simply hold the channel so they'd have time to work on interference
      parameters and possible power levels.

      They have now submitted a new application, not for channel 24, but
      for channel 28, their analog channel. It's for a Class A low power
      digital station, 15 kW ERP, transmitting from Mt. San Bruno. Their
      CP for channel 24 is still active as well.

      Larry
      SF
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