- WHERE CAN YOU FIND GOMIX?
These maps are drawn using engineering data from the Federal Communications Commission. The blue area represents our local coverage area. Within this area, you should be able to receive the radio station on almost any radio with moderately good to very good reception. The pink area indicates a weaker signal, however your reception should still be adequate with a good receiver with an adequate antenna. The soft pink area represents our fringe coverage area. Within this area, the station's signal will be very weak. Although you may be able to receive the station, it is possible that atmospheric interference or signals from other stations hinder reception.
Some of our stations use a directional antenna which means the signals are restricted in some directions. It is also important to know that FM signals are “line of sight", which means that they do not travel well through solid objects, such as mountains or hills.
Although these maps may not accurate portray your reception, they are generated using the same data that the FCC uses when trying to predict coverage of radio stations and interference with other nearby radio stations.