Post by seattlefollower on Dec 17, 2008 15:20:39 GMT -7
1. If that meant you could have 96.7 back, I'd be all for it. *sigh* If the IBOC only reached that far, you probably could. (here in Seattle, KPLU's translator is about 6-8 seconds ahead of the main, which must mean it has an HD re-transmitter)
2. Congrats to the radio students, when do you get Cache Valley Radio to give away some HD sets? ;-) Next thing you know... Fusion is the most listened to Cache Valley station (among those 12-34)
3. If you could work on a higher-quality streaming feed, that would be a plus. "Performance Today" sounds terrible at that bit rate.
4. "Fusion" has a kick butt playlist... but please, please, their bit rate is something strange too (kbps varied based on song title it seems, 44khz) so some of their music sounds weird, too.
Using the possible extra digital reach of the new transmitter to feed K244DH was the first thing I thought of also. Unfortunately USU doesn't own it anymore, so if that were to happen it would require permission from Micro. Since the passing of Bob Morey, who knows what changes they might entertain. Is it still simulcasting KSOP-FM?
IBOC stations delay the main/analog signal for 7-8 seconds in order to have it sync with the digital signal. If a translator is ahead of the main, then it must be fed by something other than off-air (microwave, satellite, etc.)