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Photos by Jack Bromby Page last updated: 2020-09-09
Cumberland House (Peterborough)
NGR: TL195988 Maps: Google  Bing (Ord Surv) Site Height: 9m      Structure Height:
Digital TV:
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Ind. National Radio:
Ind. Local Radio: Peterborough Community Radio: 103.2  Salaam BCR: 106.2 
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Photos taken September 2020

Cumberland House is located just outside Peterborough City Centre, and is the location for the transmitters for the city's two community radio station: PCR FM on 103.2 and Salaam Radio on 106.2.

The Peterborough Community Radio transmit aerials are on the left of this picture.

[Ed]. Ofcom data indicates that both radio stations transmitted from this building rooftop are transmitted with mixed polarisation with 103.2 MHz directional and 106.2 MHz omni directional radiation. Therefore the 106.2 MHz service (Salaam Radio) is transmitted from the Lindenblad array of 45 degree angled, folded band II dipoles on the left, while the 103.2 MHz service (Peterborough Community Radio), is transmitted from the aerials on the right, consisting of a vertical folded dipole and a two element horizontal yagi.

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