Riga LVRTC Transmitter


Riga LVRTC Transmitter

The Riga LVRTC Transmitter is a mediumwave transmitter in Riga, Latvia, which broadcasts on 945 kHz a music program in DRM-simulcast mode, which may be receivable at night time in wide parts of Europe. It uses as an antenna two guyed mast radiators. One of them is a 125 metre tall guyed lattice mast. The other smaller tower is a Blaw-Knox Radiator. It is one of the few existing Blaw-Knox Radiators in Europe. Other towers of this type exist at Lisnagarvey, Northern Ireland, Lakihegy, Hungary, Vakarel, Bulgaria and Stara Zagora, Bulgaria.

External links

* http://www.lvrtc.lv/tehres/popup.php?id=3


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