Nordschwarzwaldturm

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Nordschwarzwaldturm (Tower of Northern Black Forest) is the name of a 148 metres (486 ft) free standing steel framework tower near Schoemberg-Langenbrand in the Black Forest. The Nordschwarzwaldturm was built in 1974 and is used for directional radio services, FM- and TV-transmissions. The tower is not open for the public.

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TV-Programmes Channel ERP
Das Erste 21 100 kW
ZDF 34 170 kW
SWR Fernsehen Baden-Württemberg 59 160 kW
Radio programme Frequency ERP
SWR1 Baden-Württemberg 92,9 MHz 5 kW
bigFM 105,2 MHz 20 kW

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Coordinates: 48°48′31″N 8°37′31″E / 48.80861°N 8.62528°E / 48.80861; 8.62528