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I know the FCC website shows the basic coverage areas for every station in the country, based on the basic "circular" coverage map. But, there is also the Longley-Rice Irregular Terrain Model that takes into account the terrain of the area. I've found random maps for various stations but was wondering if there is a more specific source for these where you can look up any station.
 

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akron05 said:
I know the FCC website shows the basic coverage areas for every station in the country, based on the basic "circular" coverage map. But, there is also the Longley-Rice Irregular Terrain Model that takes into account the terrain of the area. I've found random maps for various stations but was wondering if there is a more specific source for these where you can look up any station.
I am not aware of any Longley-Rice Coverage maps that are prebuilt. You can make your own using Radiomobile.
http://www.cplus.org/rmw/english1.html
The data for the TV station is here:
http://www.fcc.gov/mb/video/tvq.html
I have used Radiomobile to see how hard it would be to get WWNY-DT in Watertown, NY. (I can't)
 
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