FM Technical Profile: WLJR
- Station Name:
Christian Talk. Part of the Moody Network.
eye]Oak Mtn at Highway 280
- Power (ERP):
- 370 watts.
- Antenna HAAT:
- 604 feet.
- 60 dBu protected
map, from the FCC.
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- How's the
- Signal is good
over much of Shelby and eastern Jefferson counties. Can be
received quite well over Hoover, Pelham, the Highway 280 corridor
and Mountain Brook.
RDS display from the station on a GMC Yukon's radio.
- How's it
- The sound quality of this station is
pretty good, most of the noise seems to come off the network feed
- One of the more
recent dial-additions to Birmingham radio, this station was put on
the air by Briarwood Presbyterian Church. It was originally only to
be 10 watts and located at the church campus off I-459, and was
going to be a small outlet to bring church services to those who
couldn't get out to church in the immediate area. The power was
increased and the transmitter put high atop Oak Mountain to reach
more people with network programming, though. More recently
the station received a construction permit to move off Oak Mountain
to the Ruffner Mountain area of east Birmingham, with an increase in
power and persons-covered. That permit was changed, with the
power increase coming from their current transmitter site. It
was dismissed in January 2010.