AM-Pro Daytime Allocation Study
The map below shows station KWOF, Waterloo, Iowa and its relationships with co and adjacent channels. The user can select the display of co-channel contour relationships, or any of the adjacent channel relationships with the click of the mouse. Note that based purely on the M3 ground-conductivity the station, using its current operating parameters, receives and causes interference to KNUJ, New Elm, Minnesota and it receives interference from WCPT, Crystal Lake, Illinois. (It is likely that one or more of these stations were measured to derive new less restrictive ground conductivity values.)
The interactive pattern editor allows the user to adjust any of the pattern’s parameters with the slide bars. Contour overlap is shown as the red plus marks within the pattern graphic. The green plus marks indicate acceptable contour relationships. If the user places the mouse cursor over any of the marks the program then displays a “tool-tip” of the station’s call letters and azimuth and Theta value.
Print a plot of your pattern to a printer or make a PDF.
Produce a distance to signal contour and radiation at one kilometer table.