|Broadcast area||Greater Mexico City|
|Frequency||90.9 MHz (also on HD Radio)|
|First air date||1991|
|Format||College radio, Alternative music in English and Spanish and talk programs|
|Callsign meaning||Universidad Iberoamericana|
|Former callsigns||XHUIB-FM (July 24, 1991–July 23, 1996)|
(Radio Ibero, A.C.)
XHUIA-FM is a radio station in Mexico City. Owned by the Universidad Iberoamericana through licensee Radio Ibero, A.C., XHUIA-FM broadcasts on 90.9 MHz and carries a mixed college radio format under the name "Ibero 90.9".
In 1991, the university began to seek a permit for a radio station primarily used for teaching purposes. At that time, the Secretariat of Communications and Transportation assigned a provisional permit for XHUIB-FM, broadcasting with 20 watts. The station grew in the 1990s; it received a power hike 100 watts ERP by 1994 and broadcasting 40 hours a week, while in July 1996, the current XHUIA-FM callsign was adopted. The station was primarily programmed by students at the university; the programs and format were free-flowing.
On September 25, 2001, the SCT authorized a power increase to 3 kW. The university also formalized the station's management (under a civil association) and programming, which led to the station's relaunch as Radio Ibero on March 7, 2003.
- Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones. Infraestructura de Estaciones de Radio FM. Last modified 2017-02-27. Retrieved 2014-12-22.
- IFT: "ESTUDIOS TÉCNICOS DE OPERACIÓN DE ESTACIONES DE RADIODIFUSIÓN EN FM CON SEPARACIONES INFERIORES A 800 KHZ ENTRE SUS PORTADORAS PRINCIPALES UNIDAD DE ESPECTRO RADIOELÉCTRICO, 2015, pg. 18
- http://hdradio.com/mexico/estaciones HD Radio Guide for Mexico
- History of Ibero 90.9
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