Eiðar longwave transmitter

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Eiðar longwave transmitter is a facility of the Icelandic Broadcasting Company used for longwave broadcasting on 207 kHz with a power of 100 kW. Eiðar longwave transmitter situated at Eiðar near Egilsstaðir uses as antenna an omnidirectional aerial in form of a steel lattice mast radiator insulated against ground with a height of 221 metres. Originally a taller mast was planned, but this was impossible because of flight safety reasons.

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Coordinates: 65°22′23″N 14°20′27″W / 65.373036°N 14.340913°W / 65.373036; -14.340913