XHIH-FM

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XHIH-FM
City Fresnillo, Zacatecas, Mexico
Branding La Única
Frequency 103.3 FM
First air date July 20, 1970 (concession)
ERP 32.27 kW[1][2]
Transmitter coordinates 23°12′47.01″N 102°53′20.47″W / 23.2130583°N 102.8890194°W / 23.2130583; -102.8890194
Owner Torres Corporativo
(Sucesión de Juana Gallegos Rojas)
Sister stations XHEL-FM
Webcast launica.fm

XHIH-FM is a radio station on 103.3 FM in Fresnillo, Zacatecas, known as La Única.

History[edit]

XEIH-AM 1400 received its concession on July 20, 1970. The 500-watt station moved to 770 kHz with 10 kW day and 1 kW night in the 1990s. XEIH was owned by Juana Gallegos Rojas until her death.

XEIH was cleared to move to FM in December 2011, with its tower on Cerro Xoconostle. Several years later, XHIH-FM was approved to increase power to 32.27 kW.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones. Infraestructura de Estaciones de Radio FM. Last modified 2018-05-16. Retrieved 2016-05-12.
  2. ^ RPC: Technical Modification #009598 - Power Increase - XHEL-FM (the IFT table lists a power hike for XHIH which was initially 3 kW, and the technical information of its sister station is used here as a stand-in as it is on the same tower)