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WMEC - MACOMB, IL, US - Main Listing
Licensee (Owner): BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY (Southern Illinois University)
Service Designation: DTV Full Service Digital TV Station
Channel: 21   512 - 518 MHz Licensed 
File Number: BLEDT-20031031ADO     Facility ID Number: 70537
Application ID Number: d263206d892942c59e15cf6212b6c0ea
CDBS Application ID: 695153

40°23'54"N (40.398333)Latitude
90°43'55"W (-90.731944)Longitude (NAD83)        

Polarization: Horizontal (H) Horizontal   Vertical   
Effective Radiated Power (ERP):75 kW ERP
TV Zone: 1 Feet  Meters  
Antenna Height Above Average Terrain: 430'131m
Antenna Height Above Ground Level: 466'142m
Antenna Height Above Mean Sea Level: 1066'325m

4.028 kW TPO - 1.1 dB line loss + 13.8 dB antenna gain = 75 kW ERP
6.05 dBk TPO - 1.1 dB line loss + 13.8 dB antenna gain = 18.75 dBk ERP

Non-DirectionalAntenna ID No.: 33307      Pattern Rotation: 0°
Elec. Beam Tilt: 0.5° 
Antenna Make: HAR      Antenna Model: TWSM-24/SM/CF      

ASRN:  1018309   ULS Data   Other Stations on Tower 
Pop:  221,394
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