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  Longwave transmitter Raszyn - Biocrawler
The longwave transmitter Raszyn is a longwave broadcasting transmitter near Raszyn, Poland.
The longwave transmitter Raszyn was until the inaugauration of Warsaw radio mast in Konstantynow the central longwave broadcasting of Poland.
The radio mast of the longwave transmitter Raszyn is since the collapse of the Warsaw radio mast the sixth tallest structure in Poland.
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 Longwave - Tubeopedia
The longwave radio broadcasting band is the range of frequencies lying between 148.5 and 283.5 kHz (corresponding to wavelengths between 1000 and 2000 metres).
Spark-gap transmitters were used prior to World War I, until the development of powerful Radio alternators by General Electric just prior to the war.
In North America during the 1970s the longwave frequencies 167, 179 and 191 KHz were used for a short-lived network of civil defence emergency broadcasting stations with stations at Ault, Colorado and Cambridge, Kansas Template:Fact.
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  raszyn - wyniki
The longwave transmitter Raszyn is a longwave broadcasting transmitter near...
The longwave transmitter Raszyn was until the inauguration of Warsaw radio...
Seit 1978 wird von der Anlage in Raszyn, deren 1949 fertiggestellter...
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 Longwave
The earliest radio transmitters were all longwave transmitters, because propagation of radio waves of higher frequency was not yet understood.
Radio alternator or spark gap transmitters were commonly used to generate the radio frequency carrier wave.
Longwave transmitting antennas for high power transmitters require large amounts of space, and have been the cause of controversy in the United States and Europe due to concerns about possible health hazards associated with exposure to high-power radio waves.
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 Longwave at AllExperts
The Longwave radio broadcasting band are those frequencies between 153 - 279 kHz, which correspond to wavelengths longer than 600 meters.
The earliest radio transmitters were all longwave transmitters, because propagation of radio waves of higher frequency was not yet understood.
Radio alternator or spark-gap transmitters were commonly used to generate the radio frequency carrier wave.
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 Informat.io on Longwave   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The earliest radio transmitters were all longwave transmitters, because propagation of radio waves of higher frequency was not yet understood.
Radio alternator or spark-gap transmitters were commonly used to generate the radio frequency carrier wave.
In Europe, North Africa and Asia, longwave radio frequencies in the band 148.5 to 283.5 kHz are used for domestic and international broadcasting.
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 raszyn, raszyn   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The longwave transmitter Raszyn was until the inaugauration of Warsaw radio...
The first Battle of Raszyn was fought on April 19, 1809 between armies of the...
Raszyn: a village in Pruszkow county, south of Warsaw, famous for the...
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 Longwave transmitter Raszyn
The longwave transmitter Raszyn was until the inauguration of Warsaw radio mast in Konstantynow the central longwave broadcasting of Poland.
Because it is not possible to transmit from Raszyn on both longwave frequencies of the Polish Broadcasting Company simultaneously, no transmissions on the second longwave frequency of the Polish Broadcasting Company (198 kHz) took place between 1991 and 1999.
The place was actually used for transmitting purposes from 1931 when the then Polish Radio Co. opened their new, modern 120 kW transmitter that was using two 280 m tall guyed steel lattice masts to support a T-shaped antenna.
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 Longwave transmitter Raszyn Information
The longwave transmitter Raszyn was until the inaugauration of Warsaw radio mast in Konstantynow the central longwave broadcasting of Poland.
Because it is not possible to transmit from Raszyn on both longwave frequencies of the Polish Broadcasting Company simultaneously, no transmissions on the second longwave frequency of the Polish Broadcasting Company (198 kHz) took place between 1991 and 1999.
The radio mast of the longwave transmitter Raszyn is since the collapse of the Warsaw radio mast the sixth tallest structure in Poland.
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The sole reason Nepal keeps a shortwave transmitter, and a few medium wave ones, on the air is simply because it's the only means to keep the remoter parts of the country (of which there are many) supplied with news, or at least with what the government in Kathmandu wants them to know.
During daytime the transmitter on 225 kHz was inactive, because the facility was not able to work on 198 kHz and 225 kHz at the same time.`` --- In fact Raszyn operated during these years always on 225 kHz, consequently leaving 198 kHz off and silent.
Earlier, in July 2003, Orinfor inaugurated new transmitters in the southwestern region of Cyangugu to strengthen the signals the TV's signals in the area.
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 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Warsaw radio mast
The helix building and the transmitter building (including the transmitter devices in it) were not damaged in the collapse.
Because the Polish longwave transmitters are of special importance to Polish people abroad, as early as April 1992 the Polish government planned to rebuild the mast at Konstantynów.
After the inauguration of the transmitter at Solec Kujawski, the transmitter at Raszyn was again used for transmitting on the frequency 198 kHz for the programme Radio Parliament.
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 Longwave information - Search.com
Because of limitations in the technology of the time, the earliest radio transmitters were all longwave transmitters.
Nearly all longwave aerials are not as high as one quarter of the radiated wavelength.
Longwave transmitting antennas for high power transmitters require large amounts of space, and have been the cause of controversy in the United States and Europe due to concerns about possible health hazards associated with exposure to high-power radio waves.
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 Longwave transmitter Raszyn - WikiGadugi   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Since 1978 from this facility during daytime a second program in the longwave range is transmitted on 198 kHz (currently the frequency is used by Radio Parliament).
After the collapse of Warsaw radio mast in 1991 this facility was used until the inauguration of the new longwave-transmitter Solec Kujawski for transmissions of the first program of the Polish Broadcasting Service on 225 kHz.
Because it is not possible to transmit from Raszyn on both longwave frequencies of the Polish Broadcasting Company simultaneously, no transmissions on the second longwave frequency of the Polish Broadcasting Company (198 kHz) took place between 1991 and 1999.
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 Ireland Information Guide , Irish, Counties, Facts, Statistics, Tourism, Culture, How
Longwave radio frequencies are those below 500 kHz, which correspond to wavelengths longer than 600 meters.
In Europe, North Africa and Asia, longwave radio frequencies between 153 and 281 kHz are used for domestic and international broadcasting.
Longwave transmitting antennas take up large amounts of space, and have been the cause of controversy in the United States and Europe due to fears over proximity to high-power radio waves.
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 The Ultimate List of masts Dog Breeds Information Guide and Reference
For radio systems in the longwave and mediumwave range the value of the height should be in the range between a sixth and five eighth of the wavelength with favourite values at the quarter or the half of the radiated wavelength.
For high power transmitters in the MW range, masts with lengths around half of the radiated wavelength are preferred because they focus the radiated power better to the ground than constructions with heights of quarter wavelengths, which are preferred of economical reasons for low power medium wave transmitters.
For longwave transmitters, however, the construction of masts with heights of half-wave wavelength is, because of economical reasons (and perhaps problems with the flight safety), in most cases impossible.
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 Longwave transmitter Raszyn - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Longwave transmitter Raszyn - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
This encyclopedia, history, geography and biography article about Longwave transmitter Raszyn contains research on
Longwave transmitter Raszyn, See also, External links and Buildings and structures in Poland.
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Till 2004 the 1 kW transmitter at the studios was used as a standby for the main transmitter as well as a standby for studio to transmitter link on 1440 kHz itself which is a rare thing for AIR.
The FM transmitter which was testing with Vividh Bharati programs from 6.00 am to 10.00 pm also cancelled their normal programs and broadcast those special programs.
During daytime the transmitter on 225 kHz was inactive, because the facility was not able to work on 198 kHz and 225 kHz at the same time.
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 Raszyn - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In 1931 a longwave broadcasting transmitter was set up in Raszyn.
After completion of the new longwave transmitter in Solec Kujawski in 1999, it serves the role of a daytime transmitter on 198 kHz and at nighttime on 225 kHz.
The village itself currently serves as a suburb of Warsaw, with many villas and shops located there.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Raszyn   (361 words)

  
 [HCDX]: IRCA soft "DX Monitor" sample
The 4QB area is now served by FM, and the AM transmitter sits on a few million dollars worth of beach-front real estate." (Ormandy, HCDX) CHINA: Dongfang-684 800 kw relays R France Intl in French 1300-1400 to southern Vietnam.
Polskie Radio is planning to use Raszyn on LW 198 during daytime for one of its programs after Sept. (Bernd Trutenau, via WWDXC) RUSSIA: Radio Rossii in St.-Petersburg has changed its transmitter with more powerful and modern one.
* addition of exact coordinates of transmitter site for various broadcasters (to be expanded) * addition of some images, in order to make the list a bit nicer * insert of all changes and new information received in the past two months Thanks to many collaborators this list is now really unique in its sort.
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 Longwave transmitter Raszyn Did You Mean Longwave?
Because it is not possible to transmit from Raszyn on both longwave frequencies of the Polish Broadcasting Company simultanously, no transmissions on the second longwave frequency of the Polish Broadcasting Company (198 kHz) took place between 1991 and 1999.
Article on Longwave transmitter Raszyn, category, different spelling or sense
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XERTA is again on air; they are testing transmitter now on the frequency of 4810 (but I have tuned it in on 4812 or 4813) and they moved antenna and transmitter to the building where the studio is.
Leszczynka is just the name of the field where the Polish shortwave station is situated, as far as I know next to the longwave transmitter which is listed as Raszyn (198 kHz).
In a letter to Milan daily Corriere della Sera, Vatican Radio chief Federico Lombardi claimed that delays in adjusting the transmitters were the fault of Italian technicians.
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Stage one of this plan was completed in spring 2000 with the old 675 kHz tx at Bodo being replaced by a new 20 kW unit on the island of Rost improving reception along the northwestern coast, and since 1st October 2000 Ingoy has improved the coverage of the Barents Sea immensely.
The lack of longwave broadcasting in North America should make it possible to receive the signal at least along the east coast of Canada and the USA.
Longwave TX installation right inside a small wooden area, on the upper left side of the picture snap.
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 Informations about Warszaw Radio Mast, Poland - the tallest tower ever built! - SkyscraperCity   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Warszaw Radio Mast, the tallest construction ever built, was used as aerial of half-wave length for a longwave broadcasting transmitter on 227 kHz (later 225 kHz) with a transmitter output power of 2000 kilowatt was insulated against ground for a voltage of 120 kV and stood therefore on a 2 metre high insulator.
Due to protests by local residents this was impossible and a new transmitter site had to be found for this facility.
This was found on a former military area near SolecKujawski, where in 1998/1999 a new transmission site with a 330 metre and a 289 metre high guyed radio mast, which are both grounded and fed by special ropes in the upper guys, was built and which went in service on September 4th, 1999.
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 Interesting remanents of a giantic tower - SkyscraperCity
At Herzberg, Germany between 1939 and 1945 the long wave transmitter "Deutschlandsender" stood (http://en.structurae.de/structures/d...fm?id=s0010713).
Its 337 metre high guyed antenna mast, which was insulated against ground, was the second tallest construction at those days.
They were are the 350 metre high radio mast SL3 (http://en.structurae.de/structures/d...fm?ID=s0011471), which was used until its collapse on February 18th, 1976 for the transmission of the program of "Radio Volga" on 261 kHz in the longwave range.
www.skyscrapercity.com /showthread.php?p=4566558   (247 words)

  
 EWE Antenna Info
The EWE therefore can be used without any problems from longwave up to the 31m-band.
The DXer however usually is hunting local radio stations, far away and with poor transmitter power only.
And all these African, Indonesian or South American stations, which are to be found normally on the tropical bands of 60m and 90m, often disappear in the noise of electrical disturbances.
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POLAND Polskie R., Raszyn, NOV 3 2245 [BD].
NOV 12 0543 - Pop music and ID as "Longwave Radio 252" at 0544; to good peak over Algeria [DC].
NOV 9 0004-0012 - M & W w/ nx in Ukrainian, // 1242, 1377; drifting transmitter, was at 1365.71 at 0145, poor modulation, best audio around 0008, deep fades compared to other Ukrainian signals; SIO 332 [JB/NK].
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