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WLW AM Transmitter Tour 1997

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Uploaded on Dec 16, 2008

Tour of WLW AM transmitter site in 1997.
Video and narration by Jim Hawkins - WA2WHV
Chief Engineer: Paul Jellison
I am pleased to announce a new YouTube video on the WLW transmitter, which is done very professionally and posted by W7AGE.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CbHjcw...
My friend, Geoff Mendenhall - W8GNM, does and excellent presentation of the various parts of the 500,000 watt transmitter.

There were four operational 50 KW transmitters at this site at the time.
The remains of the 500KW transmitter are shown.
The site has been cleaned up and updated since 1997.

More detailed information can be seen on my radio website at:
www.j-hawkins.com/radio click on WLW.
Other sites are also featured.

Enjoy,
Jim Hawkins - WA2WHV

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