Interesting short video on the repack in Utah

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  1. towerdude

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    Looks like they used a microwave and two way radio site as their video prop.
    I saw nothing that looked like a broadcast tv antenna on either tower.
    Nothing but station masters and exposed dipoles for radio communications.
     
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    If you look close on the right hand tower far side you will see the backs of some para panels, manufactured by Kathrein Scala. they use a lot of six ghz for distribution between sites.


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    Thanks I totally missed it on my 4 inch phone screen
    i was expecting to see a large slick stick.
     
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    Utah has always had a great translator network. New Mexico's is not bad as well as those in Nevada. I also enjoyed all of those Los Angeles channels in Ridgecrest, California.
     
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