TWR’s Bonaire Facility Gets 440,000 Watt Makeover
May 17, 2018
In an era when most operators are reluctant to spend even very modest sums maintaining AM broadcast facilities, a southern Caribbean Island medium-wave broadcaster has “gone for the gold,” rebuilding its transmission facility and boosting power nearly five-fold from 100 kW to 440 kW.
The rebuild was more of a “second coming” for the 800 kHz facility, located in Bonaire, an island that is part of The Netherlands, situated about 100 miles off the Venezuelan coast.
Read more at: https://www.radioworld.com/news-and-business/twrs-bonaire-facility-gets-440000-watt-makeover
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