I'm not sure who is PMing you from WBSF, but they clearly do not know what they are talking about.WBSF just Facebook Pm'ed me that their move is complete, no more tweaking. They are now running on a tower at the WEYI complex in Clio, as the former tower in Indiantown was getting interference from W24DL-D. That allowed them to jack up their signal level. It's nice and FAT now compared to before.
Still nothing on the WAQP move. They are still on RF48 as of 10:30pm.
Yes, they have an STA for a reduced power facility.I found this STA posted by WAQP, so I'm still not sure if they are dark waiting on a new antenna, or just running at much lower power. It appears their repack antenna for RF36 was defective: Licensing and Management System
Oh, and I just remembered I had a recording set to record Flipper at 12am, and it did NOT record. The Tivo would abort the recording if there's no signal. So they must have definitely gone dark before 12 midnight, right near the last minute of their scheduled change.
I think the HINT of signal I'm picking up on RF36, as WLNS in Lansing, which is two-edge, 70+ miles to me, but still South, though slightly South-West of WAQP's tower.
Well then, if that's their new signal, I can't receive them at all now. About 6% and wavering up and down. Signal quality shows just a tiny sliver of green. Looking at the pdf on their STA, it seems I'm about 2 miles North of their Northern digital cliff area.Yes, they have an STA for a reduced power facility.
WLNS sold in the auction and they turned off RF36 more than a year ago.
Nope, they are NOT. On my 2013 LG tv set, I'm getting 26% Signal Strength, and just the tiniest showing of Signal Quality. It won't even lock. It does come in at night. I'm only 36 miles from their tower, using a Kitztech KT-200-coax preamp, and a HDB91x antenna at 25ft pointed at it.I'm hearing WAQP is back to full power. Anyone seeing it?