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XHUAM-FM
UAMRadio-logo.jpg
CityMexico City
Broadcast areaGreater Mexico City
Frequency94.1 MHz
BrandingUAM Radio
SloganAbierta al tiempo
Programming
FormatUniversity cultural
Ownership
OwnerUniversidad Autónoma Metropolitana
History
First air date
11 March 2011
Call sign meaning
Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana
Technical information
ClassA
ERP3 kW[1]
Transmitter coordinates
19°23′41.1″N 99°14′00.9″W / 19.394750°N 99.233583°W / 19.394750; -99.233583
Links
Webcasthttp://uamradio.uam.mx/contenido/cnt/envivo/index.html
Websitehttp://uamradio.uam.mx

XHUAM-FM, known as UAM Radio, is the radio station of the Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, established in 2011.

History

Single-frequency network

UAM Radio originally broadcast on 94.1 FM from five 20-watt transmitters at various UAM facilities, each of which is located at a different UAM facility in Mexico City:

The XHUAMR-FM transmitter
The XHUAMR-FM transmitter

It is estimated that the transmitter network covered 70% of Mexico City.[2]

The permits for these stations were awarded by Cofetel on January 27, 2010. The network signed on March 11, 2011, bringing the 94.1 FM frequency back to use in Mexico City for the first time since the closure of XHFM-FM in 1957.

Conversion to a single transmitter

In July 2017, the Federal Telecommunications Institute authorized UAM Radio to begin using one transmitter, from the Cuajimalpa site, using the callsign XHUAM-FM and with a power increase to 3,000 watts, expanding reception to eastern portions of the State of Mexico. The university sought the change because its single-frequency network was "not sufficient to provide an efficient FM radio service to Mexico City".[3]

Testing began for the higher-power transmissions from Cuajimalpa in March 2018.

Format

The format is largely cultural in nature. Some programs utilize UAM resources and are produced by departments at the various UAM units.

References

  1. ^ Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones. Infraestructura de Estaciones de Radio FM. Last modified 2018-05-16. Retrieved 2014-12-05. Technical information from the IFT Coverage Viewer.
  2. ^ "UAM Radio: al aire". Casa del Tiempo 41.IV (March 2011): 7-9.
  3. ^ UAM (11 July 2017). "APRUEBA EL IFT MODIFICACIONES EN CARACTERÍSTICAS TÉCNICAS DE OPERACIÓN DE UAM RADIO". Retrieved 12 July 2017.
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