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Stations Sharing This Tower

ASRN: 1029018
Tower Height: 886' (Constructed)
Coordinates: 44.976111, -93.2725
Latitude: N 44° 58' 34"
Longitude: W 93° 16' 21"
Owner: EIGHTH STREET TOWER CORPORATION
EAST POLE 1 - 80 S EIGHTH ST
MINNEAPOLIS, MN

ChannelCall SignCity of LicenseAGLRecord TypeHAATPowerAntenna Make/Model
 
15-1 (15)KWJM-LDROCHESTER, MN820'LPD-LIC798'15 kW DA KAT 2x3 75010210
 
25-1 (25)KJNK-LDMINNEAPOLIS, MN820'LPT-LIC798'15 kW ND AND ALP16L2-HSOC
25-1 (25)KJNK-LDMINNEAPOLIS, MN820'LPT-CP798'15 kW DA DIE TUA-C3
25-1 (25)KJNK-LDMINNEAPOLIS, MN820'LPT-STA798'1 kW ND AND ALP16L2-HSOC
 
43-1 (43)KMBD-LDMINNEAPOLIS, MN830'LPD-LIC808'15 kW DA DIE TLP16-H
43-1 (20)KMBD-LDMINNEAPOLIS, MN830'LPD-CP808'3 kW ND DIE TUA-O4
 
49-1 (36)KMQV-LDROCHESTER, MN820'LPD-LIC798'15 kW DA KAT 2x3 75010210
 
93.3DW227BFSHOREVIEW, MN0'FX-LIC 0 kW ND  
 
94.1DK235BPBEMIDJI, MN830'FX-CP 0.002 kW DA  
 
95.3AKZGOST. PAUL, MN873'FM-LIC846'0.9 kW DA SHI 6810-IR-DA
 
96.3C3KQGOEDINA, MN804'FS-LIC771'0.43 kW ND  Shively 6812B-2, 2 section, 0.85 wavelength spaced
 
96.7DK244FECALHOUN BEACH, MN0'FX-LIC 0 kW ND  
 
100.3C1KFXN-FMMINNEAPOLIS, MN846'FS-LIC823'31 kW ND SHI 6017-14-SS
100.3C1KFXN-FMMINNEAPOLIS, MN846'FS-LIC823'27 kW ND ERI SHPX-12BC-HW-SP
 
102.1C1KEEY-FMST. PAUL, MN850'FS-LIC823'40 kW ND SHI 6017-14-SS
102.1C1KEEY-FMST. PAUL, MN850'FS-LIC823'31.09 kW ND ERI SHPX-12BC-HW-SP
 
102.5DK273BHFRIDLEY, MN0'FX-LIC774'0 kW ND  
 
103.5DK278BPCOTTAGE GROVE, MN830'FX-LIC803'0.175 kW DA  
 
105.7AWWWM-FMEDEN PRARIE, MN856'FM-LIC833'0.95 kW DA SHI 6810-2R-SS-DA, 2 sections, 0.5 spacing

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