THE TRANSMISSION GALLERY
|Photos by David Foord||Page last updated: 2011-04-22|
|Here's David Foord unleashing the 'full power' of his digital camera!|
At this magnification the fibre-glass shields surrounding the main UHF aerial panels looks more like an industrial chimmney!
The mast light on the platform handrail is probably a 150w bulb.
|This close-up clearly shows the radiators for DTT (digital terrestrial television), below the main set.|
The DTT aerials radiate only to the south and west of the site.
|Here, below the UHF radiators, are the VHF Band II aerials which transmit the FM radio services.|
|From the top:|
FM local radio,
and DAB Band III.
At the bottom of this picture are the two 'trough' receiving antennas that are on the south face, for the off-air feed of the analogue BBC1, BBC2 and Ch4 services from Rowridge.
ITV is SHF fed.
|And here we have a mixture of microwave dishes, SHF and mobile phone aerials.|
Back to TX Gallery index | TX main index