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|This is the AM transmitter from Jülich,Germany. This transmitter broadcasts the DLF(Deutschlandfunk) and the WDR (West Deutscher Rundfunk) with 5KW Power.||08/01/2006||337|
|The Rugby VLF transmitter went in service in 1926 and was originally used to transmit telegraph messages to the Commonwealth. After the 1950s this transmitter, active as callsign GBR (short for Great Britain) on 16 kHz, was used for transmitting coded messages to submerged submarines. A second transmitter was installed for transatlantic telephony but later transformed to the time signal trans...||02/15/2006||439|
|TV Transmitter near Ajaccio Corsica||01/15/2007||410|
|Nicknamed the "London Eiffel Tower", the Crystal Palace Transmitter telecommunications tower is the second-tallest structure in London. It is the main television transmitter for the London area.||03/16/2006||455|
|Placed next of MTV Brazil, this is the SBT (Sistema Brasileiro de Televisao [Brazilian Television System channel] transmitter. In the first years, at the top of this tower used to be a restaurant.||02/26/2006||385|
|The very low frequency transmitter in the middle of nowhere in the Saterland is operated by the German Navy and also used by the NATO for broadcasting messages for submarines. Each antenna is about 350 m high (ca. 400m at its highest point). For maintenance proposes they can be climbed with an elevator. They are the highest buildings in Europe!|
They are transmitting at 23.4 kHz with ca. ...
|This is the TV Bandeirantes' transmitter, placed near of Paulista Avenue. This transmitter started its operations in 1996, and provides this channels: TV Bandeirantes (channel 13 VHF), PlayTV (channel 21UHF - former Canal 21), Band FM (96,1mhz), Terra Viva (channel 50UHF).||07/03/2006||359|
|The 'Type B' transmitter block can be seen centre right with the four transmitter masts above. The 'Type B' receiver block can be seen centre left with one receiver tower either side. (a shadow cast by each tower and mast can be seen to the right).||12/13/2009||294|
|Orford Ness is a shingle spit on the Suffolk coast. The UK Atomic Weapons Research Establishment had a base on the site, and is believed to have developed the firing mechanisms for nuclear devices there. The distinctive-looking 'pagodas' which housed test facilities were designed to collapse in the event of an accidental explosion. The work finally ended there in 1971 and the site is now a n...||02/02/2006||752|
|This was never a fort, but after the German invasion the local population were excluded from all sensitive sites such as this and it became known as " The German Fort".|
On the same day that this region of France fell to the invading Germans they were seen surveying this site. (June 18th 1940) They needed a site on high ground on which to build a new and early form of radio guid...
|During the Cold War the German Federal Post (Deutsche Bundespost) had it's alternate seat in a bunker at this house near the smal city Staffel. It was called "Sonderbetriebsstelle Kesseling 0". 3.3 km from here they had their transmitter called "Sonderbetriebsstelle Kesseling 1" and 5.5 km their transmitter "Weibern 2"|
The windows towards the road ha...
|The Gerbrandy Tower (Dutch: Gerbrandytoren) is a tower which was built in 1961 in the Netherlands. It is situated between Lopik and IJsselstein. The Gerbrandy Tower is used for directional radio services and for FM- and TV-broadcasting. It is not used as aerial for the mediumwave transmitter Lopik. This transmitter uses a guyed radio mast with a height of 196 metres and is situated a few kilome...||09/17/2006||476|