Originally Posted by Calaveras
I'm trying to solve a mystery as to what station is on RF 22. It is an unmodulated analog signal and rather weak. With no modulation all I get is a bit less noise in the picture and quieting of the noise in the audio. The signal has several peaks. One is towards Sacramento, one about 55 degrees and one about 115 degrees. All are about equal in strength. If it's coming from the Sacramento area the latter two peaks are likely to be reflections off the mountains east of me. I see this a lot.
I think it is K22FR located in North Highlands, a station that should have been off the air a long time ago. If you copy and paste these coordinates into Google Earth and go to street view you can see a large tower on the north side of the road.
38 40 21N, 121 19 55W
If anyone closer to this location than I am can take a look at analog 22 to see if the signal is present and post here I'd appreciate it.
If it looks like it is K22FR I'll file a complaint with the FCC to see if they'll contact the owner and get if off the air.
Hmm... Just checked my server to see if 22 registered and it does not. Granted my antenna is 42 miles or so north of North Highlands. I'm in the river district of Sac today and may swing by that location and take a look. Wish I had a portable antenna with my laptop and I would try it out. Maybe I'll re-position my antenna a little east tonight and give it a try.
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