Sunday, January 3, 2016

FM Reception Issues

The weather has caused a few FM reception issues over the holidays. Most of these issues have been resolved or identified. The engineering team continues to work on any tasks that remain. At this point, no impact should be noticed by our listeners. Thank you for listening. Happy New Year!

6 comments:

Dennis Cymanski said...

CraigG, I live in Parma near Tri-c west campus and the reception is generally poor in my cars or a receiver at home both with a lot of static.Unless the weather is cloudy/rainy. Could you give me any insight on why this is. Online listening is very good. Thanks in advance.

dcymanski@gmail.com

Claire said...

Radio receptiom continues to be poor in University Circle in Cleveland, particularly near the "Oilcan." Sometimes there seems to be another station (religious?) on the same frequency. Thanks for the great music and online streaming!

Anonymous said...

I too am getting a lot of static, The reception is poor unless, I sit holding my antenna, which I cannot do all day. I the overnight music is too LOUD and fast tempo, for falling asleep too. Please change to a softer format, thanks

Anonymous said...

I wake up to static and high decibel swing songs.Not ear comfortable I moved my antenna to clear static and hour later had to move my antenna again and again Please limit the static and morning ear blasting music choices. Too much noise. Can't hear music. :( :(

Mike said...

Not sure if this is widely known, but Oberlin College operates a radio station (WOBC) on the same 91.5 mHz frequency as WKHR. This causes a lot of reception problems, especially on the southwest side of the region.

Anonymous said...

Hi, I am in Johnstown,Pa. Getting your signal fairly good tonight. I am using a Winegard 6 element antenna. In my area, there is also WPSU 91.5 out of State College,Pa. I use the antenna with a rotor, and I can block out State College,Pa. I am high on a mountain top.