Metro Detroit: Newsmakers Jan 2, 2007

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Windsor's 'The Rock' completes frequency change

CKUEBlackburn Radio completed the move of its Windsor, Ontario booster station for Rock CKUE-FM Chatham to 100.7 FM today at 11:00 AM. CKUE-FM-1 broadcasts with 9,000 watts maximum from a directional antenna 244 feet tall. The Windsor booster station originally signed on in March 2004 using the same 95.1 frequency as the main station in Chatham, creating interference problems for many receivers in southwestern Ontario. The CRTC granted the station's application to move to 100.7 last fall.

The new 100.7 signal is relatively strong on my car radio in northeast suburban Detroit, but not as easy to capture on home receivers. Reception of 100.7 on the U.S side of the river will likely be very location dependant.

 

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This page contains a single entry by Mike Austerman published on January 2, 2007 11:42 AM.

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