Junglinster Longwave Transmitter

Description


The Junglinster Longwave Transmitter is a longwave broadcasting facility used by RTL near Junglinster, Luxembourg, which went into service in 1932. Its aerial consists of three free-standing steel-framework towers, which are ground fed radiators. These towers formed a directional aerial for the frequency 234 kHz and until 1980 were 250 metres high. Since 1980 their height has been 215 metres. Go to the map ⬆⬆

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Populated areas, municipalities, cities and towns

  1. Christnach
  2. Übersyren
  3. Scheidgen

Other interest places

  1. Aeropuerto de Luxemburgo
  2. Cementerio y monumento estadounidense de Luxemburgo
  3. Cementerio militar alemán de Sandweiler
  4. Gutland
  5. Geografía de Luxemburgo
  6. SES Astra
  7. Pulvermuhl
  8. RTL Radio
  9. Altlinster
  10. Angelsberg
  11. Beidweiler
  12. Betzdorf railway station
  13. Blaschette
  14. Eisenborn
  15. Hostert, Niederanven
  16. Imbringen
  17. Junglinster Longwave Transmitter

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