radio mast

radio mast

[′rād·ē·ō ′mast]
(engineering)
A tower, pole, or other structure for elevating an antenna.
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"A smart metering radio mast located adjacent to an agricultural storage unit is needed to provide coverage to the settlement of Fordyce."
We are also happy that the Council also ordered immediate removal of all illegal structures encroaching on the land of the Airport, radio mast of the state broadcasting service, and Free Trade Zone.
However, the radio mast they must destroy is above a heavily-guarded church crypt, where Nazi scientists are trying to create a breed of 'thousand-year' soldiers of super-human strength.
However, the radio mast they must destroy is above a heavilyguarded church crypt, where Nazi scientists are trying to create a breed of 'thousand-year' soldiers of super-human strength.
The single-engined Piper PA-38 Tomahawk aircraft bounced three times along the runway at Caernarfon before flying low and close to two hangars and a radio mast.
Radio Caroline will ride the waves again from tomorrow on its 50th anniversary as a 50ft lattice radio mast is erected on top of Planet's lantern tower to broadcast a month of music.
I BELIEVE it is now time to amend the regulations governing listed buildings, following Durham Constabulary's predicament over spending PS300,000 to re-site a radio mast.
PILOTS flying above the Holme Valley have been issued with warnings after lights on the region's highest-lying radio mast went out.
The seventh tallest man-made structure, the radio mast was rendered obselete by the switch from analog to digital signal in 2008.
The original plans for the new homes involved the demolition of the radio mast, until English Heritage stepped in.
But a spokeswoman for English Heritage said: "English Heritage objects to the application to demolish the elegant and innovative police radio mast in Durham City.