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Q-TV's website makes no mention of WDCP (it seems like its off the air), so I tried to change the name of this article to WDCQ-TV but it wouldn't let me so I changed it to WDCQ-DT. TomCat4680 (talk) 18:40, 13 September 2008 (UTC)
Analog vs. Digital?
The article states that: "Digital signals travel farther than analog signals, and it was believed this would make up for the main WDCQ signal's shortfall on the Thumb"
It ain't anywhere near that simple. In fact, other things (antenna height, transmission power, interference patterns, etc.) being equal, digital signals tend to give you less effective range.