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WNWO (NBC) Toledo granted FCC license for new 275 kW DTV transmitter.

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Re: WNWO (NBC) Toledo granted FCC license for new 275 kW DTV transmitter.

Post by fuzzpower » Mon Oct 19, 2020 8:54 am

I believe there’s still an LPTV in Detroit on 23, so if they’ve increased power, it hasn’t helped my area. I can even pick up WUPW to a degree, but nothing on WNWO.



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Re: WNWO (NBC) Toledo granted FCC license for new 275 kW DTV transmitter.

Post by WOHO » Mon Oct 19, 2020 10:20 am

I don't think WNWO has increased the power yet- can anyone confirm that?



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Re: WNWO (NBC) Toledo granted FCC license for new 275 kW DTV transmitter.

Post by YpsiGuy » Mon Oct 19, 2020 10:30 am

I haven’t seen the signal boost yet. They are licensed for it now with the FCC. I would guess they are still working on the equipment/transmitter.



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Re: WNWO (NBC) Toledo granted FCC license for new 275 kW DTV transmitter.

Post by Gerald1981! » Mon Oct 19, 2020 6:23 pm

fuzzpower, it is a LPTV station in Detroit on RF 23 (WUDT). They're supposed to move back to RF 8 a while ago.



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Re: WNWO (NBC) Toledo granted FCC license for new 275 kW DTV transmitter.

Post by YpsiGuy » Tue Oct 20, 2020 2:45 pm

No power boost yet. Sinclair incompetence at work, again.



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