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NOAA Weather Radio KXI-58, Plano, serving our DeKalb and Naperville
campuses and students west, south and east of DeKalb (this is also
used as a WNG-536 DeKalb backup if our primary above goes down):
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Please note: the KZZ-81 broadcast is received over-the-air from a
transmitter some 50 miles away, and is subject to interference which we
can do nothing about. The interference is especially bad on mornings with
"temperature inversions" (cold air at the surface, warm air aloft, where
FM-type radio signals can go crazy and bounce off of that warm layer).
This typically happens in the mornings and when warm fronts come through
or are nearby. You might even hear a distant station, in a few cases,
that overwhelms the KZZ-81 signal. Again, there's nothing we can do about
this. KXI-41 Plano also suffers the same fate, unfortunately.
WNG-536 in DeKalb serves Boone, Winnebago, Kane, Lee, Ogle, and
DeKalb counties in north-central Illinois.
KZZ-81 in Lockport serves Kane, Kendall, Kankakee, Grundy, DuPage,
Cook, and Will counties in northeastern Illinois, as well as Lake
county in Indiana.
KZZ-57 in Rockford serves Winnebago, Boone, Stephenson, Lee, Ogle and DeKalb
counties in north-central and northeastern Illinois, and Green and Rock counties in
KXI-58 in Plano serves DeKalb, LaSalle, Kendall, Grundy, Will, Kane, and
DuPage counties in north-central Illinois.
KXI-41 in Crystal Lake serves Boone, Kane, Lake and McHenry counties in
far northeast Illinois, as well as Kenosha and Walworth counties in southeastern Wisconsin.
These broadcasts are courtesy of NIU Weather, the NIU Physical Plant
and the NIU Environmental Health and
Established March 20, 2003. Thanks for