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American Tower in Orange City, Dielectric eight-bay DCRM side-mount antenna at just under 1,500'. This antenna was moved to the new tower to become the aux antenna mounted at 1,200' via a 3⅛" rigid Dielectric line with Ultimate Bullets. New Main antenna was the same as that destroyed, another Dielectric eight-bay DCRM antenna top-mounted on the tower at 1,485'. HAAT fed via a 4" rigid Dielectric line with Ultimate Bullets.
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