Our facility is an optimum choice for radio and TV broadcasts for both private entities and public access organizations. NBC/ Telemundo Channel 51 has a 60-foot dielectric omni-directional mast on top of our No. 1 Tower. They have a high-power transmitter and reach the San Joaquin Valley very well from our site.
CBS/KSEE Channel 24 has a side-mount dielectric wide spread pattern at the top of the No. 1 Tower that reaches the San Joaquin Valley very well. They also have a high-power transmitter.
CNZ Communications Network has a low-power 3 kw transmitter and a television antenna mounted at 100 feet on the No. 2 Tower covering the San Joaquin Valley very well.
The television customers have ENG dishes and 7 GHz STL microwave dishes on the No. 1 Tower.
We have a 5.8 GHz unlicensed microwave and two-way antennas at various locations on the No. 2 Tower for the local utility company.
We have two-way antennas on the No. 2 Tower for the local phone company. We also have government two-way antennas on the No. 2 Tower. There is plenty of room to accommodate more government antennas.
We have no interference issues. We have no stray emissions problems with our site due to Halo grounding, and there is plenty of space for diverse client needs.
If you are a government agency that is tired of interference problems on your two-way communications, give us a call at 559-275-4030 and we will set up a test drive for your antennas at our site.