The maximum reception range for the WR120 is around 50 miles; depending on terrain and conditions, of course.
answered 2 years, 7 months ago
- Baltimore County, Maryland
If you are talking about range of warning area, you program in the areas you want. If I remember right, you can put in over 20. I have my county, and surrounding counties. I live in Michigan near the Ohio border, I get warnings for counties in SW Micigan, NW Ohio, & NE Indiana. Hope this answers your questions.
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
This radio will pick up the NOAA/NWS local coverage signal for your area in Maryland.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
- New York City Metro Area
The broadcast range is supposedly 40 miles, but I have received warnings for counties that are 150 miles away. You can select S.A.M.E. codes that broadcast for your area only.
answered 3 years ago
- Winston-Salem, NC
In Most all of the continental US most all consumers are well within range of a NOAA weather tower. You can access the NOAA website to get a map of coverage to see if you are in an extremely remote area that isn't serviced. Very rare. If you are in a metal building, or other office building type structure there is an external antenna that can be purchased to extend the range.
Up to 75 miles
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
- Greensboro, NC
I live on a hill top and can receive weather alerts from Nashville, TN, 65 miles, Huntsville, AL, 38 Miles, Anniston, AL, 75 miles.
answered 3 years, 2 months ago