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By Andrew Nygaard
The Holyoke Enterprise 

Signal improvements mean less interference to free antenna TV service

 

(Photo by Andrew Nygaard | The Holyoke Enterprise)

RECENT improvements made to the tower southwest of Holyoke have allowed for a better digital signal to be delivered to Phillips County residents who utilize the free antenna TV service.

Changes have been in the works to make antenna TV viewing in the area better for residents.

The Region One Translator Association TV service provides free antenna TV to Phillips, Yuma and Sedgwick counties.

Ed Lake, owner and operator of RF Systems, LLC, said improvements have been made to the Holyoke tower, which in turn have improved the signal to the Pleasant Valley and Haxtun towers.

Lake said that prior to the changes, the old system was a daisy chain of signals that traveled from Denver to Anton to Yuma and then to Holyoke. From there, the signal went to towers in Haxtun, Pleasa...



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