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Re: Edom Hill

That makes sense. The LA Center RCAG towers/antennas are about 200 feet higher up the hill next to the VOR, looks like they use the higher site for Center and
w7ki
3:55 PM
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32491

Re: Edom Hill

It's an active FAA Remote Transmitter-Receiver facility ("RTR,") meaning a radio site for the region's TRACON). It might be an LA Center RCAG/DOD NDAG too,
Polo Hat
2:39 PM
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32490

Re: Edom Hill

The 32.6277 ; -101.2098 facility is not a coldwar item. In 1996 that location is just a cultivated field. By 2006 the pad appears in satellite views. Another
Tim Christensen
12:35 PM
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32489

Re: Edom Hill

Finally figured it out. Its an old ASR-8 surveillance radar for the nearby airport. Found this ASR-8 near Bakersfield which has an almost identical
w7ki
11:15 AM
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32488

Re: Edom Hill

... No, I don't think so. The one WSR-57 radar site in California was up by Sacramento, and the WSR-74 radar in the southern part of the state was on top of
k9iua
6:44 AM
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32487

Re: Edom Hill

Old National Weather Service Radar site????WSR... [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
wrm9190
3:37 AM
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32486

Edom Hill

Not far from the Edom Hill VORTAC and commercial tower farm is this site: http://maps.google.com/maps?z=12&t=m&q=loc:33.8619+-116.4303
w7ki
Aug 31
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32485

Re: Legacy Comms Routes Kept for Contingency Purposes

GEO's From: "Michael Ravnitzky mikerav@... [coldwarcomms]" To: coldwarcomms@yahoogroups.com Sent: Sunday, August 30,
james kester
Aug 30
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32484

Legacy Comms Routes Kept for Contingency Purposes

Are there many older legacy comms routes that are retained and maintained for use in a contingency situation? What might be the oldest legacy routes still in
Michael Ravnitzky
Aug 30
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32483

Re: Off grid?

Well, my friend, off-grid is off-grid - whether solar or 100% generator Solar requires substantial generator backup; especially at 6600' in NE Arizona There
widebandit
Aug 29
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32482

Re: Off grid?

... Rather recent for my point. How many/what stations were built to run off Diesel fuel trucked in?
David
Aug 29
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32481

Re: Off grid?

There's Seneca off hwy 60 north of Globe Az: http://binged.it/1Jp3Pmt http://binged.it/1Jp3Pmt The solar array has more than 100 panels Seneca was on the
widebandit
Aug 29
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32480

Off grid?

Do we have any idea as to how many TD2 stations were off grid and ran solely on Diesel fuel? How different were those designs?
David
Aug 29
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32479

Re: 4000 Mile L3 route

ALL Ive been reading all the posts from everyone.  4000 Mile L3 Route from NY to california. was before they started using Microwave to cover connections all
Abe Goodman
Aug 29
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32478

Re: 4000 Mile L3 route

After seeing the fiber regen building I initially skipped over this site however it appears to be a former L3 site after all. Look at the older 1990's aerials
w7ki
Aug 29
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