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Amersham Buckinghamshire
NGR: SU967983 Maps: Google  Bing (Ord Surv) Site Height: 146m Structure Height:
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Comments: Used to broadcast Mix 107 on 107.7, closed 1 July 2009

Amersham Old Town is located in the Misbourne valley but the town has since spread up the valley side and onto the adjacent plateau as Amersham on the Hill.

The Mix 107 aerials are on a mast on the town council offices just above the edge of the valley and overlooking the London basin so with potential for interference to the Radio Jackie service area. The pair of slant dipoles point away from south west London over the newer parts of Amersham on the Hill and are, presumably, configured for a cardioid radiation pattern.

I understand that the vertical yagi was installed to check whether it might be practical to relay Chepping Wycombe and is now out of use.

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