FCC Adopts Compromise on Translator Interference

June 12, 2019

Those services increasingly have been at loggerheads. A drastic jump in the numbers of translators over three decades — from 1,850 in 1990 to approximately 8,048 in 2019 — was followed by an uptick in interference complaints from existing full-service FM stations.

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