This is getting out of hand...
Frequency range of Muschelantenne is dependent on feed-horn - their bands approximately correspond to American 4- and 6-GHz common carrier. Microwave is microwave no matter where you go.
A description of the access tunnel and funicular with pictures and diagrams - including a good exterior photo when the site was fully loaded - some english, mostly french, but you can catch the drift:
Any radio techs hot for a rail-commute to the Top of Europe?
- waw -
> > No, they're called Muschelantenne - or (mussel) shell antenna - due to
> > their resemblance to a sea-shell. The reflector is an offset parabolic
> > sector with an offset short feed-horn just below the weather cover.
> This link looks useful
> What frequency are they at?
> > There are two conventional shielded parabolic antennas immediately
> > behind the Muschelantennen, I don't see a "trough" just the steelwork
> > that forms the antenna mounting balcony - and empty mounting frames.
> Ahh, what I see is the *edge* of the parabolic dishes; that's now obvious.
> So the station is solidly on rock; but the tunnel to reach it goes
> partially through glacial ice? Beware global warming.