Full-Power Radio Fears New Interference Problems From Proposed LPFM Changes

November 4, 2019

Broadcasters are feeling both concern and hope for potential opportunities over a proposal the Federal Communications Commission is considering that would update several technical rules governing low-power FM. In July the FCC advanced a 14-page Notice that would, among other things, potentially end a prohibition on LPFMs using directional antennas.

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