Preliminary Comments Sought by FCC on Proposal to Increase LPFM Power to 250 Watts

May 19, 2015

Last week, the FCC formally announced its receipt of a proposal from REC Networks to raise the maximum power for LPFM stations from 100 watts to 250 watts, to give them equivalent power levels with FM translator stations. REC suggests that these higher power levels are necessary to allow LPFM stations to overcome the effects of multipath in their coverage areas, and to provide sufficient building penetration in more urban areas.

Read more at: http://www.broadcastlawblog.com/2015/05/articles/preliminary-comments-sought-by-fcc-on-proposal-to-increase-lpfm-power-to-250-watts-and-to-modify-lpfm-translator-rules/


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