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post #1 of 6 Old 04-17-2002, 06:32 AM - Thread Starter
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WTVP in peoria has changed from 46-1 to 46-3, they had some technical problems with mapping they think they have solved by making this change.

40° 42' 17" N 89° 36' 57" W
If a station is broadcasting and no-one can receive them, then are they broadcasting?
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Anyone in Chicago, or in the southwest suburbs or Joliet, getting this station? It's a bit of a distance, but with the right conditions maybe it will come in?
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From downers Grove it is 110 miles point your antenna southwest (229.3 degrees)

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If a station is broadcasting and no-one can receive them, then are they broadcasting?
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Thanks for the azimuth and distance. Can I ask where you got the information? I would like to know azimuths and distances for neighboring cities.

110 miles is quite a hike, and I'd be surprised to pull in anything. Can you get anything from Chicago?
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Try this link Distance

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Thanks for the link, dynamohum1. It's useful, but I've seen one that shows the distance and direction to nearby television stations, and I thought perhaps you were using it. I might have it bookmarked at home, if I find it I'll post a link.
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