Krasny Bor transmitter

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Coordinates: 59°39′45.30″N 30°41′25.34″E / 59.6625833°N 30.6903722°E / 59.6625833; 30.6903722

Krasny Bor transmitter is a large facility for longwave, mediumwave and shortwave broadcasting at Krasny Bor near Saint Petersburg, Russia. Krasny Bor transmitter was established in 1961 and belongs to the most powerful broadcasting stations in the world. It uses four mast radiators and several shortwave antennas. The tallest of these mast radiators is a 271.5 metres high guyed mast, which is equipped with a cage antenna and used for longwave broadcasting. It was built in 2002 as replacement for a 257.5 metres tall guyed mast, destroyed at a helicopter collision on November 5, 2001. Further, there is a 257 metres tall mast radiator, which is insulated against ground and equipped with a cage antenna for medium wave broadcasting, a 106 metres tall steel tube mast radiator carrying several cage antennas in multiple levels and a 93 metres tall guyed mast radiator.

Broadcasting from Krasny Bor was discontinued on January 1, 2013.[1]

Transmission frequencies[edit]

Frequency Power
234 kHz 1200 kW
549 kHz 100 kW
801 kHz 1000 kW
1494 kHz 1000 kW

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Коротковолновое радиовещание из Красного Бора уходит в историю (in Russian). Российская телевизионная и радиовещательная сеть. Retrieved 6 February 2013. 

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