----- Original Message -----
From: "Larry Burke" <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, December 15, 2006 9:10 AM
Subject: [TowerTalk] Antenna Structure Registration Within a Given Radius(US
> Someone recently asked how to query the FCC database for all registered
> antenna structures within a given radius of a location. Not sure if the
> question got answered as I didn't follow the entire thread, but I stumbled
> across the query page while looking for something else this morning:
> http://www.fcc.gov/mb/audio/bickel/asrn-within-radius.html . Interesting
> see what's in your area. Remember, the input is in km (not miles).
> Fair warning. if you're a hard core tower junkie you can spend all day
> tinkering with this.
You sure could. OTOH it's a bit confusing when compared to the FAA charts.
There are two very large towers just a bit over a mile from me so they are
easy to spot. They are listed at roughly 74 and 79 meters or 256 feet for
the taller one with both being 190 MSL for site elevation (tower base above
mean sea level). The charts list both as being 400 AGL. They are the only
two towers that close. Both the direction and distance are correct. I'm not
sure why the discrepency.
Roger Halstead (K8RI and ARRL 40 year Life Member)
N833R - World's oldest Debonair CD-2
> Larry Burke WI5A
> Friendswood, Texas
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