Definitely Not a "Part 15 AM" Setup... Feb 27, 2020 7:23:56 GMT
Post by Rich on Feb 27, 2020 7:23:56 GMT
On another website, Paul B. Walker posted:
"Family Hears Music & Preaching Coming From Bedroom Walls"
>A family in Chicago is hearing music and preaching in their daughters
>bedroom wall at night.. cant figure out what is causing it.. They call
>police, a report is taken and while the office is there, he hears a
>commercial for a radio station.. they live within spitting distance of
>the separate night site for 50kw 6 tower WYLL 1160
abc7chicago.com/5951830/?fbclid ... NG5UyWfBWM
Probably this house was not located near the city center of Lockport, IL, which would put it ~3.5 miles from the WYLL nighttime array on its bearing of about 285°. WYLL radiates less than 100 watts toward that sector.
WYLL has a nighttime field intensity of about 16 mV/m in the Lockport ZIP, where WLS has the greatest day/night field there: 123 mV/m.
The graphic below shows a more likely situation for this "phenomenon" by comparing the fields in housing subdivisions less than 2 miles from WYLL along their bearing toward Lockport (in a null of their DA pattern) vs. toward the North, in their major lobe.
The subdivision indicated by the yellow line from WYLL in the graphic receives a nighttime field of about 2 V/m from WYLL, which is >16X greater than the field there of WLS, and rather likely to produce blanketing interference.
WYLL's field at a distance of 1.12 miles on a bearing toward Lockport city center is shown by the orange line from WYLL and orange text on the graphic. At that location, the field from WYLL is only about 1.2X greater than from WLS.
The difference between those two close-in fields from WYLL is about 22.5 dB.
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