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What is the story with WMUR N.H? when are they going to throw the switch?
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Othewr messages have stated that it is up and running but I haven't seen it yet in Exeter.
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I can *barely* pick it up here in Massachusetts. My antenna is pointed slightly east-south-east for the Boston stations, so not directly at it. However depending on the conditions, I can get about 40 - 60% of the signal.

-Mike
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Signal comes in fine in Lexington MA.

See http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showt...hreadid=131725
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WMUR is back,the only problem is i can't lock on here in Weymouth,Mass.with my rat shack outdoor antenna and my dish 6000.Are they using low power?
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WMUR is back,the only problem is i can't lock on here in Weymouth,Mass.with my rat shack outdoor antenna and my dish 6000.Are they using low power?
WMUR-DT channel 57 is at full power as far as I can tell, at 537 KW ERP.

Since you are in Weymouth you may be a bit too far. check a map. The WMUR -DT transmitter is very close to Manchester NH. In Weymouth you are probably quite a bit further than the normal 60 miles for UHF.

Do you currently get channels 9 and 11 which would reach you easier, at their lower frequencies?

I would estimate WMUR to just about reach Boston or Worcester at max range if your location is good. I know signal is good for me in Lexington, and I know it reaches Framingham too, but may not reach low spots there.
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WMUR-DT was missing again last night and this morning.
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