radio tower

radio tower

[′rād·ē·ō ‚tau̇·ər]
(communications)
A tower, usually several hundred meters tall, either guyed or freestanding, on which a transmitting antenna is mounted to increase the range of radio transmission; in some cases, the tower itself may be the antenna.
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The company is now providing a managed service for government and enterprise customers with three unique use cases: radio tower lighting, emergency generators and water/wastewater management stations.
* Listeners werrn't likely to tell the difference, but all-news WBBM 780-AM began broadcasting July 18 from a new radio tower just off Army Trail Road in Bloomingdale.
These pictures offer a rare glimpse inside the building which has gone under many guises in its near half-century of existence, including the General Post Office (GPO) Tower, the Birmingham Radio Tower and the Telecom Tower.
Kimball consultants used the SEQRA law to get past potentially pesky property owners who might object to having a 200 foot radio tower in their backyards - if they found out about it before it was built.
He said the hunt was instigated because suspects 'would not stop planting cannabis around the radio tower in Chroy village, even after the crackdown'.
It must be noted that a radio tower that was streaming messages from Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan into Pakistan's territory was destroyed on Thursday by the country's armed forces on the Pakistan-Afghanistan border in North Waziristan.
NORTH-WAZIRISTAN -- A radio tower that was streaming messages from Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan into Pakistan territory was destroyed by Pakistani forces on Pakistan-Afghanistan border in North Waziristan.
ISLAMABAD: PakistanArmy on Friday destroyed a radio tower near the Pak-Afghan border that was being used to transmit anti-state propaganda.The Umar FM Radio Tower was destroyed along the Pak-Afghan border by security forces," sources said.
Apolonio said investigators will have to gather evidence, the pilot communication to radio tower, and the aircraft.
From left: Jonathan Zimbelman from the Embassy Baghdad RSO radio office, Ammar Ridha from the IRM radio shop, Deputy Chief of Mission Joey Hood, and Oscar Negron from Hood's protective detail, climbed a 100-meter radio tower (328 feet) located inside the embassy compound as part of a familiarization tour of the many operations that keep the embassy up and running.
American Tower, a major owner of TV and radio tower structures, an 87-cent gain but AMT shares at $142.74.
The Allies are poised to send in boats laden with troops to the beaches of France but first they must destroy a German radio tower at a church on the outskirts of occupied Normandy.