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Re: [Swprograms] BBCWS American coverage
- Subject: Re: [Swprograms] BBCWS American coverage
- From: Glenn Hauser <wghauser@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 10 Sep 2005 11:42:44 -0700 (PDT)
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There`s the rub, yes and no. Theoretically, DRM requires much less power for
the same results, which is one of its major selling points to gullible
broadcasers, but in practice it can`t get a reliable signal over multi-hop
paths. Actually raising power would help on that but not solve the problem.
That`s why the current tactic is using relay stations with single-hop coverage
to wherever. Glenn Hauser
> Something I keep forgetting to ask, can a station run less power on DRM
> than needed now on analog to reach a target area? 73s Bill
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