KXTV/KOVR tower

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KXTV/KOVR tower and operating station, note the Doppler radar right of the station

The KXTV/KOVR tower is a guyed communication tower in Walnut Grove, California, United States that rises to 2,049 feet (624.5 m) in height. Built in 2000, it is the tallest structure in California, the third tallest guyed mast in the world (as of 2001), and the sixth tallest structure to have ever existed if the destroyed Warsaw radio mast, the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, and the Tokyo Sky Tree in Tokyo are included. Antennas on the tower carry the signals for KXTV channel 10 and KOVR channel 13. The geographical coordinates are 38°14′23″N 121°30′06″W / 38.23972°N 121.50167°W / 38.23972; -121.50167Coordinates: 38°14′23″N 121°30′06″W / 38.23972°N 121.50167°W / 38.23972; -121.50167.

In the neighborhood of KXTV/KOVR Tower there are two towers of similar height, the Channel 40 Tower and the Hearst-Argyle Tower.

Current tenants[edit]

  • KOVR Ch. 13 (analog(former))
  • KOVR Ch. 13 (digital)
  • KXTV Ch. 10 (analog(former))
  • KXTV Ch. 10 (digital)

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Structures of similar height[edit]

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