Bod Transmitter

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The Bod Transmitter (also known as the Braşov Transmitter) is the name of the transmitter facility for the central longwave radio station near Bod, Romania. It was designed by the engineer Cartianu Popescu and built in 1933/34.

It currently operates on a frequency of 153 kHz with an output power of 1200 kW (although this value may not be used). It uses as its antenna a T-antenna hung up on two 250 metre tall guyed masts.

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Coordinates: 45°45′17″N 25°36′24″E / 45.75472°N 25.60667°E / 45.75472; 25.60667