Station Upgrade: KEXS
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Studio: 39° 17' 39.00” N, 94° 15' 37.00” W
New site: 39° 17' 39.00” N, 94° 15' 37.00” W
Andrew Heliax LDF4-50A (0.5”), Heliax LDF6-50 (1.25”)
Broadcast Electronics AM10A
CRL MDF-400, PMC-450
Kathrein Scala PR-950 Paraflector
LEA International surge suppressor
Middle Atlantic rack
Phasetek phasor and ATUs
Sine Systems RAK1, RFC-1/B, RP-8
TFT Model 5195-M, Model 753
Tower Innovations towers
Varco Pruden Buildings steel building
RF Specialties of Missouri - dealer
Charles A. Hecht and Associates - consulting engineer
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