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Bunkers Hill Norfolk
NGR: TF903388 Maps: Google  Bing (Ord Surv) Site Height: 71m Structure Height:
Digital TV:
BBC Radio:
Ind. National Radio:
Ind. Local Radio: North Norfolk Radio: 103.2 
Digital Radio:
Comments: Bunkers Hill is a relay of Stody

The site is used to re-broadcast the commercial station North Norfolk Radio.

The signals are received on 96.2 using a horizontal yagi and then re-broadcast on 103.2 using 2 vertical yagi aerials. The gain of these yagi's is believed to be around 6dB.

The mast is attached to the side of a grain store, which is owned by the Holkham Estate and the Earl Of Leicester.

I was very surprised to see that, unlike many other radio sites I have visited, this site does not appear to have any earth bonding on the aerials or copper screen of the co-axial cable. Whats even more worrying is that this site is at one of the highest points in the area (no Norfolk isn't flat - that's a total myth! The highest point in Norfolk is 105m above sea level, and is close to the West Runton TV relay mast site), and during stormy weather we get quite a few lightning strikes around this area!

Aylmerton | Stody

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