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djozzy99
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OK, SO I NEED HELP FIGUIRING OUT A COUPLE OF THINGS.

FIRST OFF I HAVE A 250 WATT TRANSMITTER, I AM HOPING TO RUN IT FULL POWER.

I WANT TO GET THE MOST RECEPTION FROM CARS INSTEAD OF HOUSES OR BUILDINGS!!)

IM AT A HILL APPX. 500 FT ABOVE SEA LEVEL, AND MY ANTENNA WOULD PROBABLY REACH ANOTHER 40 FT IN HEIGHT.

I HAVE A LINE OF SIGHT OF ABOUT 25 MILES NORTH (SAN DIEGO, MOSTLY FLAT TERRAIN), 10 MILES EAST(MOSTLY FLAT TERRAIN UNTIL EASTERN HILLS), 2 MILES SOUTH (MOSTLY HILLS), AND 1 MILE WEST (BIG HILL COVERING VIEW, 2 MILES WEST IS THE OCEAN. IM IN TIJUANA MEX., SAN DIEGO, CA. BORDER.)

WHAT OVERALL RANGE WILL I EXPECT RUNNING AT 250 WATTS ? WHAT ANTENNA WOULD YOU RECOMMEND FOR MAXIMUM RANGE? WHAT FREQUENCY WOULD BE OPTIMAL? WOULD FCC BE ABLE TO DO SOMETHING IF I TRANSMIT FROM MEXICO NOT U.S.A? WILL I HAVE BAD RECEPTION ON THE HILLS TO THE SOUTH, WEST, AND EAST AREAS?? WILL I BE ABLE TO COVER THE WESTERN PART WHERE THE BEACH IS(VERY GOOD LISTENING AUDIENCE AREA!!) CONSIDERING I WILL BE 2 MILES FROM THE BEACH WEST OF ME AND THERE IS A HUGE HILL BLOCKING MY LINE OF SIGHT?

ALSO ANY OTHER TIPS YOU CAN PROVIDE FOR BEST SOUND QUALITY.

THANK YOU!
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