Boży Dar transmitter

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Bozy Dar Mast

Boży Dar transmitter is a broadcasting facility near Bozy Dar near Lublin, Poland. Built in 1962, it transmits from a 210 metres tall guyed mast located at 51°0′17″N 22°39′12″E / 51.00472°N 22.65333°E / 51.00472; 22.65333

It broadcasts the FM-radio program Radio Zet on 107 MHz with 120 kW ERP. The antenna used for FM-broadcasting is 182 metres, that for TV broadcasting 206 metres above ground. Boży Dar transmitter has a second mast with a height of 105 metres. It is a mast radiator insulated against ground situated at 51°0′9″N 22°39′20″E / 51.00250°N 22.65556°E / 51.00250; 22.65556.

It was erected in 1961 and used for broadcasting the second program of Polskie Radio on 1206 kHz (before 23 November 1978 on 1367 kHz) with 60 kW ERP until 1 February 1998. The current use of the mast is unknown.

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