KOHI 1600 St Helens

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  • #44181
    RadioWeirdo2020
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    So, they moved themselves up 10khz to 1610khz. I see no application for a temporary or permanent move to 1610, nor do I see any application for the temporary antenna they’re using.

    They’re promoting both the temporary antenna and move to 1610 on their Facebook page along with a mention of 1610 on their website, http://www.am1600kohi.com

    What in good heavens gravy googly moogly are they up to?

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    #44184
    RadioWeirdo2020
    Participant

    This is what KOHI told me when I inquired about what in the world they’re up to..

    “Thanks for the info….we filed a STA when we lost our antenna site in Sept of 2018 and are in the process of filing an application to move to 1610 …as you know, we have to work on contour readings to see if the signal works on 1610…if it complies, great if it doesn’t we go back to 1600 and then maybe try a power increase to get around the interference of KVRI,,,

    Marty”

    #44186
    vrooms
    Participant

    KOHI 1610 with KOHI Old Radio Theatre. S-9 +40 db here in Kalama. I’m 9 miles from St. Helens. Still on the air at 10:19 PM PST. Being heard tonight in BC Canada.

    #44187
    semoochie
    Participant

    The only correspondence at all from KOHI is a biennial report filed yesterday. There is no application for a construction permit, no STL, no nothing, for more than six years! This station is in serious trouble if they’re truly operating from a different location on the wrong frequency! Here is the biennial report: file:///C:/Users/Steve/Downloads/ReferenceCopy%20(7).pdf

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    #44191
    RadioWeirdo2020
    Participant

    semoochie…they are operating on a different frequency with a different antenna from a different location for sure

    #44193
    nosignalallnoise
    Participant

    Hey semoochie: would you mind kindly posting your IP number and Windoze password? I’m having a lot of trouble accessing your hard drive remotely…

    While you’re at it, kindly please also give your postal address, daytime and evening numbers, telephone, social security SSN number, bank routing number, all your credit card numbers, your driving licence and passport and your mother’s maiden name. buy alpinestars tech 3 cheap This will help us processing of your order mostly.

    #44196
    Alfredo_T
    Participant

    Hey semoochie: would you mind kindly posting your IP number and Windoze password? I’m having a lot of trouble accessing your hard drive remotely…

    🙂
    This is the best laugh I have had this morning. I won’t try to laugh too hard, though, because an engineering manager at my job recently described how he fell victim to a phishing e-mail that claimed to come from the corporate IT department.

    I suspect that the purpose of transmitting on 1610 kHz is to avoid interference from the OPB and Bollywood station skip that comes in during morning and afternoon hours. In the United States, 1610 is assigned only to travelers’ information stations, not to commercial broadcasters. These broadcasts fall under the “Yo-ho-ho and a bottle o’ rum” category. Note that YouTube user radiotvphononut mentioned in one of his recent videos that there is an AM station in his area that is broadcasting on a cancelled license. It seems to me that to today’s FCC, the portions of the electromagnetic spectrum used by mobile phone carriers are much more worthy of protection than 530-1700 kHz.

    #44197
    semoochie
    Participant

    I’m not being nasty about this. I’m performing a public service. It isn’t like I’m narking on a tiny pirate station. This is a licensed operation that must follow a certain set of rules and regulations, in order to keep its license. They could be in real trouble! I’m just surprised they don’t know that. Incidentally, any STA has to be renewed every few months.

    #44199
    Alfredo_T
    Participant

    The link you posted refers to a file on your computer’s hard disk, not a publicly accessible location from which other people can see it. That was the crux of nosignalallnoise’s joke.

    #44200
    Andy Brown
    Participant

    The bottom line is that there exists no public record of KOHI actually submitting either an application for Special Temporary Authority to be silent or operating outside of licensed parameters for an extended period of time or an application to relocate their antenna or change frequency. If filed, they would be accessible on line at FCC.org. This requirement protects both the existing licensee and other relevant operations on co and adjacent channels from conflicted filings.

    Should the FCC discover that a licensee has relocated their antenna or is testing on a different channel the operations can be terminated immediately and the existing license revoked.

    Having said all that it appears no one posting about this has all the information about what’s going on.

    #44214
    semoochie
    Participant

    Thank you, Alfredo. I had no idea what was going on. Try this link and just below the map, you will see an applications list. At the very bottom of the list is the entry in question. https://fccdata.org/?call=kohi&facid=&city=&state=&ccode=1&country=US

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