FM Technical Profile: WTSU

Station Name:
Troy University Public Radio
Public Radio
Transmitter Location:
[map] [bird's eye] In far southeast Montgomery county near the town of Macedonia.  Just south of CR-101 (Peake Road) off the aptly named Radio Road.
Power (ERP):
100 kW
Antenna HAAT:
755 feet
Other Information:
60 dBu protected contour map, from the FCC.
HD-2: Classical 24
HD-3: BBC World Service
SCA: Alabama Radio Reading Service
:PS-WTSU Time-[present] Text-WTSU PTY-Public PI-WTSU-FM
More Information:
[Picture] Image from an Insignia HD portable showing the HD PAD data for the HD-1 channel decoded from Baldwin County, Alabama.
Troy State University
Signed on the air March 1, 1977, with 50,000 watts of power at 90.1 on the dial. Switched to present 89.9 MHz frequency and 100 kW of power in 1980. WTSU added the first of two satellite stations in 1984 (WTJB 91.7 in Columbus). Next year they added WRWA in Dothan. The stations were collectively known as Southeastern Public Radio until sometime in late 2009 or early 2010.