With Calvary and MX LPFMs... we have bigger fish than LPAM right now.
There has been some discussion around the radio activist community on various subjects that impact the AM broadcast band. These include a Low Power AM (LPAM) service, extending the Travelers Information Service to organizations and asking for power increases for Part 15 AM stations during the current 02-380 Notice of Inquiry.
RM-10619 is a petition from the wireless cable industry to allow for "force tune" technology that will automatically change the set top box to a single channel on the wireless cable system in the event of an EAS activation. Current rules require EAS equipment on every channel of a cable system. Even though this type of arrangement is suitable for an analog cable system, it is more suitable for a system that requires the use of a set top box to receive the service to be able to use alternate technology, such as "force tune". REC endorses rulemaking on this subject and asks the FCC to expand it to also include other set top box based technologies.
The experimental permit of WC2XZV cancelled for operating outside the terms of their license.
In a letter today, the FCC's Office of Engineering and Technology has cancelled the experimental license WC2XZV due to emmissions not being in compliance with the terms of their experimental license.
Frequency Radio received an experimental grant from the FCC to operate up to 100 watts on several frequencies below 88 MHz as well as on 104.7 MHz stating that the grant was to test digital audio broadcasting (DAB) and it's impact on second and third adjacent channels.