Re: AT&T Antenna Range
- View SourceOn Fri, Mar 19, 1999 at 09:11:22PM -0500, CLDWARHIST@... wrote:
> From: CLDWARHIST@...Depends on terrain. The longest hop I've heard of was
> Just checked the distance between Jasper, AL GEP and Graysville, Alabama-which
> MAY be the site of "Graysville 2", I'm not sure. THe distance is approx. 32
> miles line of sight-is that a little too far for the horns?
58 miles, but they usually tried to stay around 20-30 at the most.
What determines the length possible is whether there exists line
of sight between the tops of the towers. In some places this is
easy at 32 miles, in others no way...
Dave Emery N1PRE, die@... DIE Consulting, Weston, Mass.
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- View SourceGeorge,
In Street Atlas, I'm seeing the distance between the Jasper and Graysville
2 stations as about 24 mi., which is in the normal range of AT&T m/w path
Jasper is at N33-47-48, W87-20-32.
Graysville2 is at N33-39-06, W86-57-53.
BTW, I traced a little more of the route. Going W to E, it's Jasper,
Graysville, Red Mountain (S of Birmingham), and Elbow Gap (NW of Pell
City). The route continues E from this station, but Jasper seems to be the
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>Just checked the distance between Jasper, AL GEP and Graysville,Alabama-which
>MAY be the site of "Graysville 2", I'm not sure. THe distance is approx.32
>miles line of sight-is that a little too far for the horns?