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Re: tower ID 1012388

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  • bd6xray
    The FCC uses metric, and the FAA uses english. So, converting the 82 meters, you ll get 269 feet. Al Hajny
    Message 1 of 2 , Nov 1, 2008
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      The FCC uses metric, and the FAA uses english. So, converting the 82
      meters, you'll get 269 feet.

      Al Hajny


      --- In coldwarcomms@yahoogroups.com, "lasertower" <osr@...> wrote:
      >
      > Anybody know what this site was built for ?
      > Its about 4 miles from AT&T Narvarre Ohio and when I was a kid it had
      > two WU style reflectors pointing toward Akron, 27 miles away. I cant
      > get close enough to see the building at the base and Domer
      > communications was not that friendly when asked about the origin.
      >
      > It has a H frame construction, and one leg is now extended to about
      > 250 feet, unlike the 82 it says on the license.
      >
      > TID number is 1012988
      >
      > Steve Roberts
      >
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