Thread: Confirmed with Link: New flagship station 1029 the buzz
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09-23-2010, 08:41 PM
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Originally Posted by BigFatCat999 View Post
It's a matter of direction. Because of the tower's lower sea level tall buildings and such might block out the signal. Whereas XM is satellite radio and the signal comes straight down. Think sunlight. If it's noon sunlight is everywhere but when the sun is setting the light is hitting buildings and creating shadows.
Nah, that signal goes a lot farther than you think and is strong in Nashville. I would bet a paycheck that baptist is broadcasting something right on/next to that frequency that interrupts the signal.

Btw, I was listening to them on the way to wisconsin this summer and got good signal until about 45 miles outside of Louisville.

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