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The old (analogue) mast at Tacolneston continues to be dismantled. It stood over #Norfolk for almost 58 years.
The @ComuxUK/@MustardTV antenna system at Tacolneston, which is highly directional towards #Norwich (~31.5° ETN).
The COMUX test card, which is being transmitted from Tacolneston (Received in Wymondham). #Norwich #TV @MustardTV
Antenna system which @MustardTV are using @ ~110m a.g.l. (~10kW ERP on the COMUX multiplex). #Norwich #TV
The old analogue mast at Tacolneston being dismantled (aerials and platforms removed). #Radio #TV #Norfolk
BBC Reception Advice, please fix your Postcode Checker - CP does NOT transmit LW radio! (@Radio4 is on 720kHz MW!)
Following todays power outage @ GMS, here's a photo of the broadcast towers there (used by @BBCNorfolk & @KLFM967)
The antenna pattern (vertical component) for VHF/FM national radio from Tacolneston.
Name the #TV #transmitter site... Clue: It's been upgraded for #DSO and is on the the tx.mb21.co.uk hit list.... ;-)
#CEEFAX page 698, from earlier today. It's nothing like it used to be... :\ #BBC #TV #Radio #Engineering
Got my 'On Air - A History Of BBC Transmission' book today. See www.bbceng.info for details of book.
Digital One antenna system & aircraft warning lights (AWLs) approx. half way up the 206m DSO mast.
This is where I was this afternoon. Was absolutely freezing - I really did need an anorak... Haha!
#uksnow NR16 1/10 Absolutely freezing at Tacolneston! :-\
Just in case you didn't know the transmission sites name....
My son's Legoland transmission site - The FM slot antenna (6 out of the 8 slots shown)
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