Posted by jigga on September 15, 2010 at 07:07:59:
In Reply to: Re: WOLX cracks Chicago August PPM ratings posted by Trophosphere Todd on September 14, 2010 at 10:36:49:
The PPM signal is encoded in the audio of the station, it's not a subcarrier that only works in the city grade. If you can hear the station, your PPM monitor can too. Wherever you are.
: That would be what's often talked about here and elsewhere when the atmospheric conditions are just right and things are bouncing all over. It's a DX'ers dream. Question for Chris Tarr if he's here or another engineer: Would a DX'd signal be strong enough to register on a PPM monitoring device? That is, would the PPM signal DX to your device too??
: : Either that or actually listened over the air like I did a few of the mornings last month or so. Was coming in very well very early AM hours. Surprising since we have 94.7 very close by. On an unrelated note, anyone else HATE their new on-air presentation/jingles?
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