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Radio UAT

Radio UAT
BrandingRadio UAT
SloganLa Expresión Sonora del Pensamiento Universitario
Frequency(see table)
First air dateDecember 19, 1991 (XHUNI); 1998 (others)
FormatCultural/university
ERP(see table)
Callsign meaning(see table)
OwnerUniversidad Autónoma de Tamaulipas
Websiteradiouat.mx

Radio UAT is the radio service of the Universidad Autónoma de Tamaulipas. It broadcasts on six FM transmitters in the state[1] and carries a public radio format.

History

The UAT began producing radio programs in 1983, mostly being broadcast on other radio stations within the portion of their broadcast days reserved for the state. The first station, XHUNI-FM in Ciudad Victoria, came on air December 19, 1991, with its official opening two months later.

In 1998, the university received permits to build five repeaters of XHUNI. These repeaters do not appear in the most recent IFT table release, dated March 31, 2016, likely because the UAT failed to apply to transition them to a public use concession.

Programming

Programming on Radio UAT includes a mix of music and cultural programs, as well as programming aimed at the UAT community such as the newscast Enlace Universitario.

Transmitters

Callsign Frequency City ERP
XHUNI-FM 102.5 Ciudad Victoria 10 kW
XHMAO-FM 90.9 Matamoros .017 kW
XHRYN-FM 90.5 Reynosa .017 kW
XHMTE-FM 92.3 Ciudad Mante .017 kW
XHNLR-FM 104.9 Nuevo Laredo .015 kW
XHTIO-FM 105.5 Tampico .02 kW

References

  1. ^ Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones. Infraestructura de Estaciones de Radio FM. Last modified 2018-05-16. Retrieved 2015-06-09. Technical information from the IFT Coverage Viewer.