Wavre transmitter

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The Wavre radio transmitter is a facility for mediumwave, shortwave, FM and TV broadcasting near Wavre in Belgium. For the mediumwave transmissions it uses a grounded 250-metre-high guyed mast. Furthermore, there is a backup mast for medium wave transmissions, which is 90 metres high, for shortwave broadcasting several directional antennas and a curtain antenna are used. The towers are two of the tallest structures in Belgium.

For the FM/TV transmission a free-standing lattice tower with a height of 232 metres is used, this tower whose top is guyed at four horizontal crossbars similar to Grodno TV Tower replaces the mast used for FM/TV transmissions which fell during a storm on October 13, 1983.

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Coordinates: 50°44′34″N 4°35′03″E / 50.7428°N 4.5841°E / 50.7428; 4.5841