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While standing in front of Holliston High, it's not hard to see the cell site on which WHHB is mounted. The one benefit to being a class-D FM is that while the power may be limited to ten watts, there is no limit (other than interference) on the height of the antenna, so Holliston High made a smart move to get their new antenna up there on the hill instead of down low on top of the school. When the station is on (and in the absence of enhanced propagation of other, more powerful stations), WHHB reaches all the way north to Sudbury and east to Wellesley.
Copyright 2003, Garrett Wollman. All rights reserved. Photograph taken 2003-05-10.