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KBSH-DT - HAYS, KS, US - Main Listing
Licensee (Owner): GRAY TELEVISION LICENSEE, LLC (Gray Television)
Service Designation: DTV Full Service Digital TV Station
Channel: 7   174 - 180 MHz Licensed 
File Number: BLCDT-20090715AHL     Facility ID Number: 66415
Application ID Number: 6ec551d53d374b338d46cf6212b6c0ea
CDBS Application ID: 1321829

38°53'1"N (38.883611)Latitude
99°20'15"W (-99.3375)Longitude (NAD83)        

Polarization: Horizontal (H) Horizontal   Vertical   
Effective Radiated Power (ERP):38.8 kW ERP
 
TV Zone: 2 Feet  Meters  
Antenna Height Above Average Terrain: 708'216m
Antenna Height Above Ground Level: 771'235m
Antenna Height Above Mean Sea Level: 2794'851.9m

3.5 kW TPO - 1.19 dB line loss + 11.64 dB antenna gain = 38.8 kW ERP
5.44 dBk TPO - 1.19 dB line loss + 11.64 dB antenna gain = 15.89 dBk ERP

Non-DirectionalAntenna ID No.: 93825      Pattern Rotation: 0°
Antenna Make: ALF      Antenna Model: 1046-P      

ASRN:  1032667   ULS Data   Other Stations on Tower 
 
Pop:  101,792
 
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