Radio masts and towers
Radio masts and towers are, typically, tall structures designed to support antennas (also known as aerials) for telecommunications and broadcasting, including television. They are among the tallest ma...
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Tunnel transmitter
A tunnel transmitter allows wireless reception in tunnels. It consists of a receiving antenna which receives the signal to be radiated in the tunnel, and a transmitting antenna installed in the tunne...
Television transmitter
A television transmitter is a device which broadcasts an electromagnetic signal to the television receivers. Television transmitters may be analog or digital.The principals of primarily analog systems...
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Wusung Radio Tower
Wusung Radio Tower is a 321 metres tall guyed mast situated at Wusong near Shanghai. Wusung Radio Mast was built in the 1930s and was at the time of inauguration the world's second tallest architectur...
Weißkirchen radio transmitter
The transmitter Weißkirchen was a medium wave broadcasting facility located near Weißkirchen, Oberursel, Germany. It was the most powerful European AM transmitter of the American Forces Network and tr...
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LORAN-C transmitter Estartit
Coast Guard LORAN-C Station Estartit was the Zulu secondary station of the Mediterrean Sea LORAN-C Chain ( GRI 7990). It used a transmission power of 165 kW.Estartit LORAN-C transmitter, was situated ...
Zendmast Ruiselede
The Zendmasts of Ruiselede were eight 287 metre high guyed radio masts at Ruiselede, Belgium, built in 1923 for carrying an aerial for VLF transmission (nominal frequency 16.2kHz). On 30 December 1933...
Powermat Technologies
Powermat Technologies Ltd. is a developer of wireless power solutions for consumers, OEM and public places. The company licenses IP, sells charging spots to public venues and the software to support t...
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Zero reference pulse
Zero reference pulse or Zero pulse is an artificially produced pulse in a professional television receiver imitating no radio frequency case for modulation index measurements in analogue TV transmitte...
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Studio/transmitter link
A studio-transmitter link (or STL) sends a radio station's or television station's audio and video from the broadcast studio to a radio transmitter or television transmitter in another location. This...
Wesel transmitter
The FM and TV-mast Wesel is a 320.8 metre tall guyed steel framework radio mast of the Deutsche Telekom AG at Wesel-Büderich, Germany. FM and TV-mast Wesel was built in 1968 and is used for FM- and TV...
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VIT signals
In television broadcasting, VIT signals (vertical interval test signals) are a group of test signals inserted in the composite video signal. These signals are used to weight the transmission character...
Wireless microphone
A wireless microphone is a microphone without a physical cable connecting it directly to the sound recording or amplifying equipment with which it is associated. Also known as a radio microphone, it...
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