4BC & 4BH Brisbane To Swap


Paul B. Walker, Jr.
 

According to a image posted in the aussie based Radio Rubber room facebook group, 4BC moves to 882 and 4BH moves to 1116 on October 8th.

Paul


Paul Blundell
 

That's interesting, I have not heard of this.

Paul

On Mon, Sep 20, 2021 at 8:42 AM Paul B. Walker, Jr. <walkerbroadcasting@...> wrote:
According to a image posted in the aussie based Radio Rubber room facebook group, 4BC moves to 882 and 4BH moves to 1116 on October 8th.

Paul



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Paul B. Walker, Jr.
 

Here's the image in question, which looks to be an official 4BC 1116 made thing.



going from 17kw on 1116 to 5kw on 882? Yes theyre going to a lower frequency  but i dont think theyre going to gain much of anything here


On Sun, Sep 19, 2021 at 2:41 PM Paul B. Walker, Jr. <walkerbroadcasting@...> wrote:
According to a image posted in the aussie based Radio Rubber room facebook group, 4BC moves to 882 and 4BH moves to 1116 on October 8th.

Paul


Marc Coevoet
 

Op 20/09/2021 om 00:47 schreef Paul B. Walker, Jr.:
Here's the image in question, which looks to be an official 4BC 1116 made thing.
https://imgur.com/a/0s8Y1mK <https://imgur.com/a/0s8Y1mK>
going from 17kw on 1116 to 5kw on 882? Yes theyre going to a lower frequency  but i dont think theyre going to gain much of anything here
I found this table ...

Transmitter coverage in accordance to power (kw) during light hours with an average receiver, built-in antenna or 1 m wire in the summer

kW Long Wave 700 1500 KHz
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0.1 60 30 20 kilometres
1 100 50 30
10 200 100 70
100 500 300 150
1000 1000 500 300

Over the sea reception is much better.


Marc
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