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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidEduardo View Post


    I am not quite sure, but some of the Albuquerque ones are near 5000 feet over average terrain.
    I know this is the Alabama Gulf Coast board,,, but why are all the translators in Albuquerque directional?
    Poledo

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidEduardo View Post


    I am not quite sure, but some of the Albuquerque ones are near 5000 feet over average terrain.
    Then I stand corrected! Will this be the tallest non-directional translator in the country?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thegulfcoast View Post
    Then I stand corrected! Will this be the tallest non-directional translator in the country?
    Here are the top 25 highest translators in terms of HAAT:

    K292DO 5450 Rural Garfield UT
    K240BL 4157 Albuquerque NM
    K225CH 4150 Rio Rancho NM
    K275AO 4146 Albuquerque NM
    K255AU 4141 Corrales NM
    K229CL 4121 Albuquerque NM
    K245CD 4088 Albuquerque NM
    K279BP 4068 Albuquerque NM
    K233CG 4068 Sandia NM
    K251AU 4036 Albuquerque NM
    K265CA 4036 Albuquerque NM
    K275CN 4026 Oro Valley AZ
    K288GY 3986 Tooele UT
    K250AN 3931 Oracle AZ
    K288AL 3931 Milford UT
    K275BZ 3919 Milford UT
    K270BX 3919 Milford UT
    K254BX 3919 Milford UT
    K292GM 3919 Milford UT
    K296DW 3753 Lone Pine CA
    K221GK 3714 Salt Lake City UT
    K294BU 3606 Kingman AZ
    K256AA 2961 Kingman AZ
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    Quote Originally Posted by thegulfcoast View Post
    Then I stand corrected! Will this be the tallest non-directional translator in the country?
    K292DO in UT at 5,450' HAAT.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidEduardo View Post


    K292DO in UT at 5,450' HAAT.
    All the translators DavidEduardo cited appear to be directional. Maybe Robertsdale still has a chance for tallest non-directional?
    Poledo

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