myLPFM: Channel Reject Report
With today's release, we now include a Channel Reject Report on all channel search report results. The Channel Reject Report was previously in myLPFM v2.
Users wishing to view a Channel Reject Report can make a channel search (either at the same or different location). A link to the Channel Reject Report will appear after the display of available channels.
The Channel Reject Report will show all 100 FM channels and if a channel is short-spaced, it will show:
- The channel relationship (co-channel, first-adjacent, etc.)
- The callsign or faciliy ID as well as the community of license
- The station class
- The distance from that station
- The minimum distance required to comply
If a channel is available, it will acknowledge that the channel is available and will display whether a second-adjacent waiver will be needed.
To the left of each channel on the table will be a color bar that indicates the channel's status (red = not avaiilable, yellow = available but may receive incoming interference and green = channel available with no prediction of incoming interference).
Channel 6 TV statations that do not meet the §73.825 distance separations will be shown but will not affect the outcome of the availability color bar as a §73.825 short spacing on its own does not exclude a channel from consideration. Instead, it requires the applicant to ask for a waiver based on either a contour study or through consent by the impacted Channel 6 TV station.
The Channel Reject Report will be available to both general and client users.
REC has published a development roadmap of future myLPFM projects at: