30107 KM

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30107 KM is the designation of Russian-built guyed tubular masts for FM-/TV-broadcasting, which were built in the first half of the 1960s at different places in Russia and Ukraine. The 30107 KM-mast has normally a 151 or 182.5 metres high mast body with a wall diameter of 16 – 10 mm, and exists in versions guyed in three and four directions.

Its most unique feature however, which gives it its characteristic look are the crossbars equipped with a gangway with railing, which run in two levels from the mast structure to each outmost guy. These crossbars are used for oscillation damping of the structure and are used for the installation of antennas.

In the former Soviet Union, guyed tubular masts for broadcasting without these crossbars were also built. However such masts are not something special as such structures also exist in Germany, Czech, Slovakia, France, the United Kingdom, Japan, South Korea, Austria, Sweden, Slovenia and Poland.

30107 KM-masts with crossbars[edit]

City Country Year built Height Number of crossbar levels Number of crossbars Coordinates
Vinnytsia Ukraine 1961 1161 ft 354 m 2 3 49°14′30.04″N 28°25′25.25″E / 49.2416778°N 28.4236806°E / 49.2416778; 28.4236806 (TV Tower Vinnytsia)
Оrenburg Russia 1961 656 ft 200 m 2 3 51°46′18.09″N 55°06′58.06″E / 51.7716917°N 55.1161278°E / 51.7716917; 55.1161278 (Оrenburg TV Mast)
Kryvyi Rih Ukraine 1960 607 ft 198 m 2 3 47°54′42.42″N 33°25′5.91″E / 47.9117833°N 33.4183083°E / 47.9117833; 33.4183083 (Kryvyi Rih TV Mast)
Vladikavkaz Russia 1961 650 ft 198 m 2 3 43°00′55.99″N 44°41′10.47″E / 43.0155528°N 44.6862417°E / 43.0155528; 44.6862417 (Vladikavkaz TV Mast)
Barnaul Russia 1962 648 ft 197,5 m 2 3 53°18′8.48″N 83°46′4.7″E / 53.3023556°N 83.767972°E / 53.3023556; 83.767972 (Barnaul TV Mast)
Pervomaysk Ukraine  ? 643 ft 196 m 2 3 [1] 48°04′01.24″N 30°51′29.36″E / 48.0670111°N 30.8581556°E / 48.0670111; 30.8581556 (Pervomaysk TV Mast)
Izhevsk Russia 1962 640 ft 195 m 2 3 56°52′19.05″N 53°09′50.05″E / 56.8719583°N 53.1639028°E / 56.8719583; 53.1639028 (Izhvesk TV Mast)
Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk Russia 1963 597 ft 182 m 2 4 46°56′59.47″N 142°45′1.53″E / 46.9498528°N 142.7504250°E / 46.9498528; 142.7504250 (Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk TV Mast)
Saransk Russia 1961 591 ft 180 m 2 4 54°11′11.98″N 45°08′49.32″E / 54.1866611°N 45.1470333°E / 54.1866611; 45.1470333 (Saransk TV Mast)
Biysk Russia 1965 591 ft 180 m 2 4 52°32′53.76″N 85°11′45.64″E / 52.5482667°N 85.1960111°E / 52.5482667; 85.1960111 (Biysk TV Mast)
Аrkhangelsk Russia 1964 495 ft 151 m 2 3 64°32′47.16″N 40°30′55.83″E / 64.5464333°N 40.5155083°E / 64.5464333; 40.5155083 (Arkhangelsk TV Mast)
Kaliningrad Russia 1962 495 ft 151 m 2 3 54°43′41.81″N 20°29′39.86″E / 54.7282806°N 20.4944056°E / 54.7282806; 20.4944056 (Kaliningrad TV Mast)
Veselovka Russia 1965 495 ft 151 m 2 3 54°35′32.35″N 22°00′47.02″E / 54.5923194°N 22.0130611°E / 54.5923194; 22.0130611 (Veselovka TV Mast)

Other guyed masts with tubular body in the former Soviet Union[edit]

City Country Year built Height Coordinates Remarks
Obninsk Russia 1958 310 m 1017 ft 55°06′41.72″N 36°35′53.75″E / 55.1115889°N 36.5982639°E / 55.1115889; 36.5982639 (Obninsk Meteorological tower) Meteorological mast
Vileyka 1964 Belarus 305 m 1001 ft 54°28′8″N 26°46′23.6″E / 54.46889°N 26.773222°E / 54.46889; 26.773222 (Vileyka VLF transmitter, Central Mast)
54°27′30″N 26°46′13.4″E / 54.45833°N 26.770389°E / 54.45833; 26.770389 (Vileyka VLF transmitter, Central Mast)
54°27′44″N 26°47′15.5″E / 54.46222°N 26.787639°E / 54.46222; 26.787639 (Vileyka VLF transmitter, Central Mast)
3 masts, insulated against ground
Nizhny Novgorod 1952 Russia 204 m 669 ft 56°10′20.07″N 43°55′37.89″E / 56.1722417°N 43.9271917°E / 56.1722417; 43.9271917 (Goliath transmitter, Central Mast)
56°10′24.16″N 43°56′23.67″E / 56.1733778°N 43.9399083°E / 56.1733778; 43.9399083 (Goliath transmitter, Central Mast)
56°10′0.08″N 43°56′7.05″E / 56.1666889°N 43.9352917°E / 56.1666889; 43.9352917 (Goliath transmitter, Central Mast)
3 masts, insulated against ground
Melitopol 2004 Ukraine 200 m 656 ft 46°49′8.15″N 35°20′11.16″E / 46.8189306°N 35.3364333°E / 46.8189306; 35.3364333 (Melitopol TV Mast)
Kursk Russia 200 m 656 ft 51°45′28.87″N 36°7′41.53″E / 51.7580194°N 36.1282028°E / 51.7580194; 36.1282028 (Kursk TV Mast)
Leninogorsk Russia 196 m 643 ft 54°34′22.7″N 52°23′51.09″E / 54.572972°N 52.3975250°E / 54.572972; 52.3975250 (Leninogorsk TV Mast)
Chita 1963 Russia 194.5 m 638 ft 52°3′3.34″N 113°31′0.17″E / 52.0509278°N 113.5167139°E / 52.0509278; 113.5167139 (Chita TV Mast)
Pskov 1962 Russia 192 m 630 ft 57°48′42.22″N 28°16′40.56″E / 57.8117278°N 28.2779333°E / 57.8117278; 28.2779333 (Pskov TV Mast)
Serov Russia 192 m 630 ft 59°37′41.85″N 60°34′15.94″E / 59.6282917°N 60.5710944°E / 59.6282917; 60.5710944 (Serov TV Mast)
Atyuryevo Russia 185 m 607 ft 54°19′24.88″N 43°21′23.56″E / 54.3235778°N 43.3565444°E / 54.3235778; 43.3565444 (Atyuryevo TV Mast)
Rubtsovsk 1966 Russia 180 m 591 ft 51°32′58.79″N 81°13′40.9″E / 51.5496639°N 81.228028°E / 51.5496639; 81.228028 (Rubtsovsk TV Mast)
Belgorod 1959 Russia 180 m 591 ft 50°34′34.76″N 36°34′49.57″E / 50.5763222°N 36.5804361°E / 50.5763222; 36.5804361 (Belgorod TV Mast)
Chusovoy Russia 180 m 591 ft 58°19′28.86″N 57°50′12.84″E / 58.3246833°N 57.8369000°E / 58.3246833; 57.8369000 (Chusovoy TV Mast)
Atbasar Kazakhstan 150 m 492 ft 51°47′31.62″N 68°26′47.27″E / 51.7921167°N 68.4464639°E / 51.7921167; 68.4464639 (Atbasar TV Mast)
Cherkessk Russia 137 m 449 ft 44°15′49.5″N 42°6′31.97″E / 44.263750°N 42.1088806°E / 44.263750; 42.1088806 (Cherkessk TV Mast)
Baranchinskiy Russia 127 m 417 ft 58°7′50.42″N 59°37′47.91″E / 58.1306722°N 59.6299750°E / 58.1306722; 59.6299750 (Baranchinskiy TV Mast)
Anatolskaya Russia 106 m 449 ft 57°41′22.13″N 60°10′9.2″E / 57.6894806°N 60.169222°E / 57.6894806; 60.169222 (Anatolskaya TV Mast)
Merefa Ukraine 106 m 449 ft 49°48′28.74″N 36°2′9.61″E / 49.8079833°N 36.0360028°E / 49.8079833; 36.0360028 (Merefa TV Mast)
Bila Tserkva Ukraine 77 m 253 ft 49°48′48.79″N 30°8′27.72″E / 49.8135528°N 30.1410333°E / 49.8135528; 30.1410333 (Bila Tserkva Telecommunication Mast)

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