99.1 KPQR/KSFL-LP on Air for Testing

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  • #6927
    Scott Young
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    On the 205 bridge I’m sure I’m hearing KSND and not KITI in Winlock. KITI is Hot AC and KSND is Spanish language. What I heard was Spanish.

    #6931
    semoochie
    Participant

    Thanks, it was just a thought. I seriously doubt if I’m getting the Turner translator. I’m pretty sure it’s a local pirate.

    #6963
    Andy Brown
    Participant

    All pirates are local.

    #6966
    Alfredo_T
    Participant

    There is a classical pirate? Culture is not dead!

    #6971
    semoochie
    Participant

    “All pirates are local.” I don’t know. Radio Caroline wasn’t particularly so. 🙂

    #6978
    Alfredo_T
    Participant

    And, what about shortwave pirates?

    #7048
    Alfredo_T
    Participant

    I heard the 92.9 signal yesterday while in Lake Oswego. It is a simulcast of KQAC, but with very low modulation levels.

    #7053
    semoochie
    Participant

    It seems like the first time I heard it, it wasn’t a simulcast of KQAC.

    #7066
    Kent.Randles
    Participant

    Thanks for all of the reports! Even at 78% power the coverage during the test was amazing.

    KSFL-LP and KPQR-LP are separate stations sharing the same transmitter and antenna. Once their permanent transmitter is installed KSFL-LP will be on 99.1 between 3 AM and 3 PM and KPQR-LP between 3 PM and 3 AM 7 days a week.

    You can listen to their streams:
    http://prp.fm/
    http://www.wildplanetradio.com/

    One of the pictures on Flickr shows Mike Johnson, Engineer for KBPS (in the yellow hard hat), and Jim Sute, Engineer for KPQR-LP.

    I can answer any other questions at engineering@prp.fm

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