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WUNU - LUMBERTON, NC, US - Main Listing
Licensee (Owner): University of North Carolina (University of North Carolina)
Service Designation: DTV Full Service Digital TV Station
Channel: 30   566 - 572 MHz Construction Permit (Expires 03/04/2020) 
File Number: 0000034418     Facility ID Number: 69416
Application ID Number: 25076f915f5883d0015f5a68b0790bcf
CDBS Application ID: 2007627

Location: Rennert (NC)
34°47'51"N (34.7975)Latitude
79°2'41"W (-79.044722)Longitude (NAD83)        

Polarization: Elliptical (E) Horizontal   Vertical   
Effective Radiated Power (ERP):329115kW ERP
 
TV Zone: 2 Feet  Meters  
Antenna Height Above Average Terrain: 1040'317.1m
Antenna Height Above Ground Level: 1025'312.6m
Antenna Height Above Mean Sea Level: 1209'368.7m

Non-DirectionalAntenna ID No.: 1001473      Pattern Rotation: 0°
Elec. Beam Tilt: 0.5° 
Antenna Make: DIE      Antenna Model: TFU-26GTH/VP-R O4      

ASRN:  1014580   ULS Data   Other Stations on Tower 
 
Pop:  1,114,062
 
Query:  RECNetFCCInfoStation IndexFCC TV Query
LMS:  LMS QueryLMS Application
CDBS:  Station Info   Application Info   Mailing Address   Assignments and Transfers   
Application List   Call Sign Changes   Ownership InfoEEO Filings
Correspondence for WUNU Correspondence for 0000034418
Area:  FCC Service Contour   Longley-Rice Coverage Map
ULS:  Related facilities in ULS



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