I haven't been able to find out what that station on 107.1 is. All I know is they broadcast a low power signal around the University of Utah, specifically the near hospital. I work up in the area so I tune to it every time I get up there. It must be extremely low power since it goes out completely in spots but others its fine.
Oh yeah, I almost forgot, I tried calling Citadel, specially the radio station in question, but all I got was a busy signal. I then tried calling their sister station (101.9 the end) but didn't get an answer. I don't know if they have fixed the problem yet. I'll see in a second. If they are still bleeding over to those other frequencies, I'll give them a call today.
Post by Guest for now on Jul 7, 2008 16:13:43 GMT -7
DX Stu Boy, call Citadel Communications between 8 am and 6 pm to their main line for the SLC campus 801-485-6700 on Bearcat. Request lines are not going to be able to help you, if the jock on duty even cares.
Ask for the engineering department and report your troubles. You will likely receive someone with a little technical knowledge, unless, like Bonneville their IT and engineering departments are the same thing. LOL
The problem spurs disappeared sometime this afternoon. Everything seems fine now. Thank you Citadel.
These things do happen. We understand. And being a holiday weekend made it worse, I'm sure. It seems like around here there's always a power failure on a holiday. Twice in the last 10 years it's happened on the 4th of July. This year it was extra kind and decided to show up on the 5th instead to give everyone a break. That's not to mention the 18 hour long outage on Christmas Day 10 years back. But I digress.
At least as far as we know there wasn't a spur up in the aircraft or public safety bands. Somebody would have been dragged out of bed for that one.