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    W288DD translating WINZ

    W288DD now seems to be translating WINZ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ai4i View Post
    W288DD now seems to be translating WINZ.
    And what frequency is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by itsRoly4266 View Post
    And what frequency is that?
    Channel 288.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidEduardo View Post


    Channel 288.


    "In the United States, frequency-modulated broadcasting stations operate in a frequency band extending from 87.8 MHz to 108.0 MHz, for a total of 20.2 MHz. It is divided into 101 channels, each 0.2 MHz wide, designated "channel 200" through "channel 300." In actual practice, no one except the FCC uses these channel numbers; the frequencies are used instead. "
    Umm... ? I said frequency, not channel number. I wouldn't know where Channel 288 is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by itsRoly4266 View Post
    Umm... ? I said frequency, not channel number. I wouldn't know where Channel 288 is.
    Translators are identified by the channel number they are on and two random letters. 288 is 105.5.
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    What's the frequency Kenneth, and what is it translating to.
    WLYB FM
    96.3 Demopolis AL.
    100.5 Meridian Mississippi.

    WRYC FM
    92.5 Frisco City/Monroeville

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidEduardo View Post


    Translators are identified by the channel number they are on and two random letters. 288 is 105.5.
    Okay. Much better. Thanks. So now WINZ is on 105.5 FM as well? Hmm... willing to give that a try since WAXY is no longer on FM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidEduardo View Post
    Channel 288.
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    Quote Originally Posted by itsRoly4266 View Post
    I wouldn't know where Channel 288 is.
    Just for future reference, the channels always advance in numerical order, so ch. 288 will always lie between channels 287 and 289.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ai4i View Post
    Just for future reference, the channels always advance in numerical order, so ch. 288 will always lie between channels 287 and 289.
    Except in the Southern Hemisphere, where they are in reverse order.
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