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Sudbury transmitting station

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Grid reference  TL913377
BBC region  BBC East
Local TV service  That's Suffolk
Built  1967-1968
ITV region  ITV Anglia
Sudbury transmitting station
Mast height  165.8 metres (544 ft) (Mast 1) 103 metres (338 ft) (Mast 2)

The Sudbury transmitting station is a facility for telecommunications and broadcasting transmission at Sudbury, England. It consists of two guyed masts, one, the original, being 165.8 metres (544 ft) high, and a second mast (no longer in service) at 103 metres (338 ft). They have antennas attached at various heights. It is situated 14 miles WSW of Ipswich at a site height of 70m. All 6 Digital TV MUXES are transmitted from Sudbury using an omnidirectional pattern at an ERP of 100 kW. Originally Sudbury was a B group transmitter but in order to accommodate the digital transmissions it is now an E group (or wideband).

Contents

Map of Sudbury Transmitting Station, Upper Rd, Sudbury CO10 0NZ, UK

Analogue television

  • Aerial group: B
  • Polarisation: horizontal
  • References

    Sudbury transmitting station Wikipedia


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