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Radiovet writes "what does adding an FM rebroadcast of an AM station have to do with 'saving AM'?" A good question. Assuming that AM all-digital operation works well, as it now appears it might, an FM translator for an AM is a bridge to the future of all-digital AM operations. If an AM station has an FM translator to serve its non-HD radio listening audience, a flash-cut to all AM digital may soon make sense with the increasing proliferation of AM HD radios receivers.
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As I recall, translators are to be used to "fill in" areas where an FM main station cannot reach with the main transmission but are within the expected coverage contour.
Sounds to me like using an AM signal to retransmit on am FM translator is a bit of a stretch. Good luck with that. It might be the answer you AM owners are searching for.

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